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iX ^Whr- ph 'tsK'V VOL. 16, NO. 21 FSrsfi Codington county exceeded its' quo ta of $4094)00.00 for the second Lib erty Loan. The second loan^ wad met i» the county eader than the first, Coding ton's share of which approximated $2X0,000.001 The loan throughout the country Washington, Oct. 31,—A declaration «if war against Austria, Bulgaria and Turkey probably "will be asked of cangres^ immediately after it' CQO reuAs.' Tills step seems necessary mow for the United States to lend its fall military 'as well a3 flnancial,asj Capt A. Jf$pyBryan Called to Fort Snelling '6®ryan"l^VaHl evening for Fort Snelling in re sponse telegram from «n official 9ft ^L'the war department: ^^pr^yQ'Ejry an '.,kw cooHpls-., W»l'onefl captain to tlie mediCaT depart torn, of the At$\.?! ••, •*&«• MSMHft :r •-jfrWefiNTOWW**" .._, »sWl?» £...\& i& Wit ,' *V Michaelis Reported to Be Out Succeeded by Bavarian Premier 'Amsterdam, :Oct. 30, (British Ad miralty per Wireless Press).-—Count Ge«rge yon Hertling, the Bavarian prime minister, has been appointed imperial chancellor. Former Chancellor Michaelis has been named prime minister of Prus sia. Appointment Opposed. Copenhagen, Oct. 30—Count von Hertling arrived in Berlin Sunday from Munich, but it was believed here tfae only object of his visit was to give advice on the general situa tiorv His repeatedly anndunced op position to all parliamentary "or detn ocifitie development of German insti tutions and his advanced age seamed 1 to impair his availability as a candi dato for the chancellorship. r^^&aMj.irean: VBrwaafeTflt ^BerTin, aeclarea that the count's op position to parliamentarism and to the erection of- Alsace-I/orraine into an autonomous federal state made it impossible for the majority parties in tl»© reichstag to consider him. for the chancellorship. Saturday and Sunday Emperor/ally von Hertling.—^-Editor.) f|r William received in. audience a con siderable number of personages, pre sumably to infbrm himself on the po litical situation.. It is evidenced the emperor no longer trusts exclusively to the Judgment of Prof, von Valen tine, chief of the civil cabinet, who is charged with keeping in touch with the ternd or political opinion in Ger many and informing the emperor^in regard to it~ ,M .No members of the reichstag were received by the emperor who is care fully guarding the surface attributes of his prerogative of making and unmaking ministers without consulta lion withj.the representatives of the Deople. (Count .von Hertling is the second Bavarian to hold the post of Imperial chancellor The ^rsi chancellor, of succinctly remarked that "thiis young man will be his own chancellor, any way." He was followed by Count Capnvi, Prince au Hohenlpe-Schil lingfurst, Prince- von Buelbw, von Bethmann-Hollweg, Michaelis and fin- Watertown andCodington County Oversubscribe the Liberty Loan X*k frg-» $ M"! 'I 1 scriptions would aggregate at least this sum, although it is more than needed for present demands. It will require another week to •s compile the tables before the exact amount subscribed will be definitely "known. Enough is known, however, to warrant the statement that Am was over-subscribed by' mg.ny millions ericans responded to the call in a of doIlarsJ manner which afljlords genuine satis The governm'eni' asked for.' flve bil- faction to tbose charged with res lion—-that!Is to say, it hoped the sub- ponsibility of conducting the war. Whon 0thet sistance to all of its allies. The vic tory of the combined AUstro-German forces Is just as match a blow at this country as Italy for the cause is a common one,' In other words the ef-^ feet of the present offensive iis the same as though it were directed at sin Ajaerlca£'§. JL 'S capacity of surgeon, since he had volunteered his services in the ical corps, btet when the Regiment -'ill if regular army and JHs de- Plkyatt on tlttty at Fort 8nelHng or ta WATERTOWN, SOUTH vjS* *£.»• m, The foregoing is a reproduction of a picture of the First South Dakota Cavalry field camp fit Camp Cody. Deming, »'t »-1' 'M' 't' was at prdered to proceed to ,Camp Cody, Doming, N, M„ Captain ©'.Bryan w#a not include, is the order. pwaumed,,since ,hq was or* deled to r^orTat 'Fort Snelling, that C^pta^ placed onJ UhbeanM»-8M» "8J*** Jfc *v ',1..,. •t •». Ttaly, whose armies have been in! vadtng Austria for some months past, i^as been driven, from its captured territory back into its borders, and even further, since the AustrcnGeman forces are actually invading Italian ground. The repprted withdrawal of-German troops from the Rdssian lines near Riga, some weeks ago, appears now to be accounted for in the concentra tion ot many German divisions., with those of Austria in the forceful drive against Italy. The latter is so hard pnestsed and its ability to stop the enemy rash, is so much in doubt, as to point to the possibility that both England and .France will send troops to, aid, "the teaxtvi NtotwlthRtand^is ls vAfterWiards the war department -re quested him to proceed to Abe?deeni for examination, which be^ sticceBi^' fally passed and he was c6mmission ed a captain by .th^ department, di rect, and told to await further orders. N »L the military authorities regarding it a, model arrangement in "every respect Tlie South Dakota Cavalry has Haen dissolved as an organization, but whethe*thosethat remain" at col inal camp site is not known in Watertorwn that an effort ought to be made to restore OVER THE "TOP k. m-i mi- /m «at- "Za 1°000P Italians Captured. »eriin ^reports the. capture of 000 Italians alonf ..with about SOO big gnna. If true,- and entente .sources appear tq Credit the report, |t is & "blow to the Italian army—i which is 'indicated, by the ^ngtreai- -of the Itatians. Udlne, former headquarters of the Italian commander, is,- now ftn, the^ hands of tb« Austro-CtermanS, wIwj are under the csgnmand of the Aus trian emperor. C' '-J&Mi'A ot the French nor the British tn "pan- concentrating its efforts at this point, t£e French nor the British are "eas irig up" on t£e weKtera iront, where, anilit«jry /said two al Issue the war wi' H, tst the! -g,- J.SSS airroany ^C^H4i'«^loni-vOC,:.-':fern^:riwoo®a •ritlMitand the Italian drives former Alnba^dq^r (}er-t the ^Amerlc^i ^pa: the fej&ful &« N. X, ie^ It .,", "JThe probability, is that the South Dakota boys occupy quarters witSh the regiments to which they have- b$ea~,respectively assigned^./ South JOfiwI^lW to the state at least one regiment combining, it necesqaiy^thecaVetlry and infantry into one nUlitary orgtaisatioQ^ _» :.. INDIANAPOLIS Italians Eriveh Back, Losing All .of Summer Campaign Gains ment^d "pill boxes the latest means of German defense, have beei\ de molished by British and French ar tillery. Western Progress Slow. But 'Germanyj through great sacri fice of men and loss .of guns, is able to make th% allied progress on the -western front slow The British break through for gains of several hundred yards here and there, or perhaps a half-mile or a mile somewhere else, gradually driving the foe further $nd further towards its own border, but if the the Germans are enabled" to "hold their opponents to the present rate of gain It will require another year to drive the German forces out •of allied territory. There seems, however, to be expec tation that within the near future, be fore this fall's ^campaign closes, that von Hindenburg will order another "strategic retreat," leaving several more miles of French and Belgian soil sip ,the hands of the allied troops i' The American Army. The sending of all the American soldiers ,who are leaving this country to Fiance—at any rate, this is the jrevalllng belief in America—indl t»te%Ofi!B of two things that tlie al lies still think the war will by brought to conclusion by operations on the ttot America if ot that ^jnorican ,troops, centered thejrie ^rtf relieve an equal number of British for activity Ip other fields. IS any event, Americans will have" to wait 'events to form their conclu sions %ith respect to these supposl ttons,i|arlt is|robabiy not^cOnsiderod wise discloee to tWf *ortd what dispoiffitiod win be 'nude "of the troojM? aloiig tbe. Fr«ico-Belgian front whose places top. takenyby Americans. (:i aPA"y S rejjortedfthat ihfe aa,valry cai&P was used xw'^ift But, without repeating Mr. Hoover's observations, except "to c\ll attention to -his cpnjilbutlon, and' the "whole thereof, it klso shd^i that at no pre vious period in th-e or pre- .m ®sskxw1 VK .-&<• ^.a v'i\^.TC F--\ .i®- fe*U ..' ym&toi aj&L I Richards Suggests Internal! The Saturday News reiterates ita belief that If. this war closes before the nations are ready to disarm and refrain in the future from such enor mous preparation for war, it will con? stitute the greatest alme,,#gainjSt hu- Dear' Mr.t Cory: w/Ajb^e editorial is-^poWerful.^The iiplri?/ ,of truth Is working t&rough. you 46 the interest of public welfare. '/An international government byway $t »ara tptern&tional police power to keep, peace aniong»t the nations conr, stltutmg the world federation "will n6 doubt be necessary for Various .ap parent reasons-~the ((tune as We haveu federal police power to keep peacei'f^T itHmir-:- ri 11111 I, d*eteus§! 3im Brown'tt*t |i —-1 keoir conje back from Jj^i. occurred among tfce •Bwr^Wrr™ ca&J&M. **. 7 Mmmmrn T'Wx^fr "'Sv, SVi iif,: ^,5»l VO.. al Live Stock Jni •Nld of That tjierte are opportunities a much ^reaterv^evelopment of the five sto^k Interest!'of the community^ that the S«»t few,%^ars have shown Ja:'evi deticed by, dnfy a casual consumption of 'the matter, *. This papeif reproduces today an tide from t|re pen of National ffcodj Adftiinistratos Herber Hooyer con^ tag live stoisk interests t^nd whj^. live stook of th« country la deCl^a lng rather than increasing, ., Mr, Hoover likewise points rat.#0Tii& features1 of the situation ttwit^hfJ^^ appeal to every practical 8^1cnia4 and 40 each ,afld every one "cir cumstances are adaptable to tfeeTgtpw? ing of live stock. ?-}& "Decreasing Mei|t^Suppl^fi* Our hoge have bpen ?. dewea^"" number to proportion sffl' the"" tlon, whiler,^o«r and^,our have likewise been £all$B§£*i}a every thing- considered Each person during 191JB, notwith standing the ever-increastog cost, tak ing*, the people as a whole, has been eating more potk.fttaftJie. ate the cfeding year, Live Stock Opportunltie*. v'i6f course, this indicates that vjfche averse person's finances haye not been In an unenviable state. It shoVrs that he has had the money with which to buy what he has wanted to eat.'~ »41 «•?. .J'.: 1 V/, jwt W :tS8pilfi 'ilpi mi *rm p^oduf^f than" young ^ttle, advertU Dakotj^il'aclimg «i(d tike.^tsef'i«xt ^turdw, .3 S, -at' the sto^t S*rd8. 1 this corrtpaa^ has indicated ft and *\viljllh^OfSfl Mwll»sii«te re b!'c, paiiiiSslspiEirl^^to 1 S J!1 "M i-fieir output. sigaifle^iure fast Its advertising 'of this on #«ituVr .npede*t«to thesft who haye (i- And on top of,it all, despfto/iii'i, increasing prices, Americafts '-blt-v®! TUe wturdfty^ been consuming more pork per^aglts rather thart less, In otjier ,wordq^so far as the' year 1916 ia joncerfl$d, Americans have not been con8errvihg their resoiirces in meat. .-J" te*4/g Ifetardifip Kfeiw%A' ikio that there is |fracti aH^ npf JUjalit to the capital whicfi may be called forth for this purpose—$l00,00d.*l Uttj't eiaotigb, twice tHifr. sum wiJt be fur* nj«hed: if 9200,000 00 isn't raougb me^t the jgfemattft, a half million ii lq Sight lf„ 1500^)00.00, Js^liwufllclaot, 4 million, may be liad, and ,lf ft'million isftt enough to meet the reqolxoments the amount may be d»jjiWed a&ain It doesn't fdllow' that- tbft, *xt«iuioa of financial assistance timet bet bMMd upon dilry/cows—that^t« )^ty, !!cii -This auctioning of ybuh$ stock by the Sottth Dak^" Packing' ajjd Ship ping Co,t is th#r|rst ot ttfe' |dnd to be announced & •"the- yU^nity.' Stock men obviously will w^teh the mult with keen interest. fir raO®-.' A% tb'di^&S-r between the st^igfi^wxistitutlng- thef^myilK^l sfeWt federal union.: -J. gmt rSii i* the indebtedness pf- tkbi "wir-f should be dumped into one basket, and an international bond i»ftoef, rA' Htti^ later When eiecttofl^ are. set iff ordei4 so that w* gani^e an inlelllgent, -risonec. public opiaiOB we will fe able ledee all of 1 'j MOII11 soldiert mmmm Vf $j£k, 2 therefor, so as^to bind together tWaij incoherent nrass of nationalities" the,indebtedness, to -begin wil& til more normal 'conditions' ififill cur. WO natloil ijbuld Well, eoibg^afV of lwyvlog to assist, according to sop- Sl'~'" ulation and resources, to ^»y. a' ,,, toward principal and' interest-'or- -"j.-.5 world', peace ift which ,tlt ^311 -*f-^ W\tor$F"