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NEXT KAILS From tan Francisco Wednesday, Dec. 12. For 8an Francisco Tuesday. Dec. 1L Evening' Bulletin, Est 1882. No. 384. Hawaiian. Star; Vol. XXV. No. 8006. 12 PACr3 -HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, DECEMBER 10,1917.-12 PAGK PRICE FIVE CENTS i!Twl; Edition una a rnrn fS?fo)nlAH jvllkJ ISliuubuuilnluvl TBI M M jvlu m. Russia t&yplt I Grinvsi Peace i Partj5hpn Russian Districts Rise Up Against Cabinet; 3 Months' ' Armistice Arranged Between Germany and Rumania (Attested Press ky U.S. NavtlWireUsM BERLIN, Gerfiany, Dec. 10. It is officially announced that an armis tice has .been agreed upon between Rumania and Germany extending over the front between the Dneister and the Danube rivers, rThe Hungarian today stormed the 'bridgehead of the Slla river, on the Italian front. Two hundred Italians were captured. : , ; London, Eng., Dec 10. News lias b.viivy 1 1 i v wilt r-revolt to the 8ovemment 'of Tthe Bolshtviklt la spreadlfta fasti 'The' Bolshevikl cabinet his 4ssued proclamation ' declarlna a ' alege aaaln the districts which are in revo- ' lutiorn has also ordered the local uiriitviii, in. kiwiv uitiwM nwk v await fneclfic orders,, but to ' act vf aoalntt - th rcvalatlanlats. - hfeaotla tlona for mediation, between govern ; ment agenta and the revolters are for . bidden and the leadera of .theeyolu : IIaa ftM i(..I.Mij ini itT turn . Meanwhile General 'Komlloff, Who has Joined with General Kaledlnes, la attempting; to .halt food from, or to Siberia, according to ' the Bolshevik! . i .menacing Moscow. -v' - "r'--.' : . An the . orevihee of Crenbura ' Gen . eral Dutoff has overthrown tha Bol ; shevlkl fiovemmenL, vy , , j X -: ' On "the other band. , news from Ru- . 'inanla continues' to forecast cessation of hostilities against the Teutons. A despatch from Jassy; Rumania, sayr It 4a imntmA 'in mMittii armisucv oas oeen i.iTangea, ana w&i the Romanian conditions of armistice were '. accepted,- except that which : would. prohibit the transfer of German troops: else where pending. -settlement of neTPtiaUpRs4A;V;?V - Announcement was made by; the A. m . M M Ik.i Knssian government ox us new xevo- luiion yesreraay.., Tina announcement said: "Kaledlnes and -Kornlloff, as fisted by the Imperialists and the Con stitutional Democrats,: have raised a, revolt in:the DoneregfoTis;ftnd.havo declared, war, against our people.They " term It f new revolution and'they ap ' pear to. bet amply '; jpopplied with ', funds," ' :;'-.-'''f v;..:;V., v .; " The anndcnce'ment, dies not specify how much-of av'.f olio wlnajia the army - and the Bavy theew; movement has.' ' FETROGRAD.f Dec' loiTh'Rus " clan delegation ; vrhich, haa . been nego ' tlating at the German, front has, ren- cerea us repon oi ine progress maae,i y posv . id last night until1 today J . Breflyxratlined, the proposals vhlcm were presented for Russia, were for a six months4rmistlce ' on all the fronts for all of the warring countries; io troops should be transferred from one front to another during the con- . tlnuance 'of the-. armistice; Moon Isl and and Moon. Island Sound were to . be evacuated; hostilities .should not be resumed without . three daya ho- pee, ,' - . To thcA i nrfinomij' th f?rma.ni flatly refused- to yield . and offered counter proposals which provide that the armistice shal be for SSays; it shall hA effective onlv on the'.Rusalan fronts; the. right to transfer units -of less than, a division in strength shall not be Interfered with; Moon Island and Moon Island Sound shall remain In German hands: Russian, troops on 's the " M acedonlan front " and those pn ; tne rrencn xronts snaii oe lonnwiin "withdrawn; Russian f. troops shall evacuate Persia. .7 Pending; the agreement on a longer V armistice 'a-truce. of .0- days was granted.. surrs mm& FG3 GoriUEtmori rt ' (AstMlatcit Prirt tyO..TaalWlr4is.) ' 1 WASHINGTON, D. Dec 10. . More than a thousand delegates and visitors are here preparatory W;the auff rage convention -which will ;open ' on Wednesday. .. . 1 NAUUUftL UUAttU OHNU y C,r 'ry Henrir. Berger, Teteran bann of Honolulu, has offered his iervicee to lead tbe band of the 1st Hawaiian Infantry, NaUonal Guard. Captain" Berger Is too 1 old to enlist again in. the guard, but what ever help he can be as a ciTilian in structdr he.Is willing to. give. Captain Berger belonged to tlie militia in 183S . and. for a good many years after that, and. when he heard that the" guard -band ttaa in need' of r "elp, he offered his J services . as - In ' ttructor. v A1S- present - the genial old musician' is. leadlnjr or; giving 'aid to not less than four bands or orches- - tras tin - tie -island, ' including the in dustrial school hand -at' Walalee the Salvation Army band, the Y. M. C:A. rrcv't"a the Korean firla school MASTER OFIerasaem iCHURCHILL i INDICTED i Captain Granzow" Accused of Deimerateiy wrecKing ana ' Firing Schooner Captain Charles Grantow, master ol the schooner Churchill, was indicted by the federal grand 'Jury today on a charge of . having run the vessel aground at the French Frigate shoals and then destroying 'It by lire. The statute coverimr this crime provides a fine of $10,000 or ten years in pris on, or both, as the' benalty. The Indictment contains four counts, two dealing with the , grounding of the Churchill and the, other two with its destruction by fire. Captain1 Gran- I0W now v Vr cording 10 aavices recejreu uj u. i . . , . . Attorney tSy rest, although federal officers there have him" under surveillance. , Whether Captain Granzow will be brought to Honolulu for trial under the Indictment is yet to be determin ed, says Attorney Huber; He may be tried In San Francisco, as some of the witnesses. It is understood, are there now. : ,: ' . , Th,e first intimation that . Captain Granzow might have destroyed the Churchill came after a statement had been made to the Star-Bulletin by the ship's carpenter who had secured em ployment in a-local yard a a caulker. This statement was passed on to the naval Intelligence- bureau, which con ducted a thorough Investigation In co operation 'with Attorney Huber. Lat er, orders; for the arrest of Granzow were sent to Saa Francisco. . The Churchill carried a , valuable cargo tf copra consigned to "the Brit ish consul at Seattle. Jn an affidavit secured by the' U. S., attorney's offjee from one pf the ship's mates, Uazow is charged wlthNhavin& fired the ship- by pouring parafnne.on the cargo., The mate in tiuestion' declared: the captain had ordered hlm .ta cut a hole In the batchy saying, :TH ; hare to fire ' the ahin ot worfia. juthat eXfeeUrv. vo;iBii;:crasf GHK1TE0 REQUEST: ' '(Associate! f rest if U48. Nsvftl Wlrskss.) , --t S AK .TMCISCO, CaU Oec. 4 10.--The sentence of ,wnhe!m 4-, von Brincken,- former attach of 4- 4 the" German consulate In San -f rxahcfecbr.and'-who has pleaded (-f 4- .gnil,ty to complicity In the India 4- Lcohspiracw'as7contlnuedctoday'4-4- until - Jan. 3: the' continuance he- ".mg-at his. request. v- SPECIAL' CfiHP IS JSETliiWIIElt iPOlESWlLWiii ' (Aaaoclatod Tnu by 9 8. Vvl VHrelaaa.) :' WASHIN'OTON. -D. O., ' Dec 10.A special 1 section of. one .of the -Wg American training' camps was today f for service In France, anxious to bat-? tie against, the enemy that has over run their fatherland, r w :.-. . I NEW. YORK STOCK- , v t ; MARKETTODAY ! r Satur Today. day. Alaska Goldtl American - Smelter "... American Sugar Rfg. American Tel. & Tel. ; Anaconda Copper Ji.: . Atchison ., . ... . . Ealdwin' Loco . . . . . Baltimore & Ohio'..'.. Bethlehem Steel li. ,2', -,- 2'a 96 ' 103 56 55, 83 83V 53H 48 73H 11"4 13214 38'4 33 52 28'i 15 J....-48 -74H Calif. Petroleum Canadian Pacific .,132 ."...33 Crucible Steel .52 ,27'4 .15 4 Cuban Cane Erie Common General Electric ... General Motors, Mew 124 r 122 861ii . 89 Great Northern ' PftV, f 89H S6 Inter. Harv N.'J. Kennecott Copper Zi 31 Lehigh R. R. . ...... . 534 New York Central ...; 67' Pennsylvania ' . 44'2 Ray Consol. ". . . .' . . .... - 22 Reading Common1...... 58 Southern Pacific . . ... 82'2 Studebaker i . , . . . . 42i Texas Oil- ......... . 134 Union Pacific . ; . . , . . . 110 U. S. Steel ; 87 Utah" .,.. 77 Western Union ...... . . 78'-i 53 68 44j 22 684 . 88', ,.-.4254 135 nova 8578 76 "792 37i Westinghouse 37 Bid. JiEx-dlvldend. Unauoted, SEUTEtlCE PUT OFF Turks Badly Beaten (Associated Press LONDON, fng Dec ,10. Bonar Law announced In the house of commons this afternoon that Jerusalem has been surrendered by the ; Turk after the British had surrounded the city and laid siege to it. General Allenby is in commandrof the victorious British army. j I . ' ' The Holy City is 33 miles from its port on Jaffa. Since the eapture j j of Jaffa six wee Its ago by the British ts fall has been only a matter of j days. Jerusalem is the capital of an Independent sanjak or Turkish ; administrative district immediately subject to the government of Con stantinople, it is the seat of Roman Catholic. GreekXatholic and Arrae i nian patriarchs. The iopulation at the last returns was 41,000 Jews, 10. f 000Mohammedans and 12,0)) Christians.. It is replete with Biblical and J historical Interest in the memorials associateed with' the life and death of Christ, David, Solomon and others. j Twice destroyed and five times taken and retaken, Jerusalem has i been under Turkish domination for nine centuries. It was first de- I stroyed in 596 13. C. by. Nebuchadnezzar. At the beginning of the Chris tian era it was a Roman province. When the Roman empire- became Christian, under Conetantine's guiding influence it became a shrine of Christendom. In 637 A. D. it was taken'by the Moslems. and continued in toeir possession until the Crusades, when Godfrey de Bouillon in 909 took it from the Turks. In HSrSaialin established Turkish supremacy. Since the middle of November one of the Turkish armies defending Jeru salem has been hemmed, in on three sides, by warships on the west., by a British column on the north and an other on . the south. The Turkish forces operating to the south of Jeru salem, near the region of Hebron, were placed in a precarious position, their only hope of escape being to the northeast or southeast by way of the Dead Sea, which presented difficul ties of an almost insuperable charac ter. - Jerusalem's fate was sounded when General Allenby's columns occupied a junction of the main railroad .to Jerusalem and from which they had advanced Jw est along . the line from Wadi es Surar. From the junction to Jerusalem ia only 12 miles by the rstllwuy With the British army at this rail road junction point it was clear that this column, had gotten between the LATE NEWS : MADRID, 8paln, Dec. JO. It Is Officially announctd that a German sub marine has bombarded the Spanish steamship Claudio, killing eight. TOKIO STOCK, EXCHANGE BURNED; LOSS LARGE TOKIO, Japan,'Dec. 10.The Tokio stock exchange was burned to .ground today and the fire spread to adjacent buildings. . U. S CONTROL' OF RAILROADS IS POSSIBLE WASHINGTON,, D. C, Dec. 10.Government control of railroads is now more probable than ever. President Wilson is today, conferring with congressmen and railroad representatives upen a plan of action. HINDU APPEAL TO CHANGE PLEA CONSIDERED - SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Dec. 10. The request of Jodh Singh, one of the, Hindu witnesses In the India conspiracy case, that he might change his plejfi of guilty to not guilty and take his place with the defendants, has been taken under advisement by the court. . v .; IDAHO'S STRICT "DRY" LAW IS SUSTAINED - WASHINGTON, D. C, DeCylO. The U.'S. supreme court today sustained the Idaho prohibition law. The court holds that ft is unconstitutional for " a citizen" to have liquor for his personal use against state legislation provis ions. It also holds that the state act preventing the manufacture, gift, sale,, purchase or' transportation of liquor does not violate the constitution. V WEST AND SOUTH SUFFER WITH COLD WASHINGTON. D. C, Dec. 10. -The weather burea.u is predicting contin ued cold weather. The cold snap has, now, reached far to the west from the Appalachian mountains and In north and central Florida the temperature is below freezing point. v- BLOW IS STRUCK AT UNION PICKETING WASHINGTON, D. C Dec. M.-Th U. S. supreme court today handed down a decision in two noted nnion labor cases, reversing previous decrees. The first case is Involving the United illne Workers, the second the American i Flint Glass Workers' Union. .The supreme court holds that the union or 'ganlzatibns are legal, but that some of their acts have been Illegal and that ' their methods of picketing which were under attack are not to be permitted. DEED OF DARING MINIMIZES-HALIFAX EXPLOSIONS HALIFAX, Dec. 10. -The story has been learned of a deed of daring that prevented still greater explosions than those which damaged this city. The deck cargo Of the British steamer Picton,: loaded ' with munitions, caught fire on the night of December 9 The quick and courageous woVk of Halifax rif Semen prevented an explosion. They boarded the steamer and threw overboard the burning cargo. It is officially announced that danger of further explosions ) at an end. - EAST MAUI COMPANY LEASES WATER RIGHTS ' . Bidding the upse.t price of $13,500 annual rental for water rights in Haiku district, Maui, the East Maul Irrigation Company today was award ed a 21-year lease by the territorial land office. This company was the only bidder. It held the former lease which expired several months ago. The sale was made at noon from the front steps of the capitol building. RESULT OF CAMPAIGN MAY BE 3000 CARD SIGNERS. Although all refwrts aro not In, it was announced this afternoon ihat the total number of signers of food pledge cards will probably- reach the 3000 mark. The campaign on the other islands has not been completed, and it is expected that the grand total of signers will be between 5000 and'6000. SEEKS APPOINTMENT AS GUARDIAN OF KAWANANAKOA MINORS. " Upon cabled instructions from Princess fcawananakoa, Attorney E. M. Watson has, filed in circuit court a petition for Tils appointment as guardian aa. mem oi uavid nnd Helen Kawananakao, minors, "to protect their in-! terests. This Is In connection with the recent report of C. S. Davis on the annual accounts of John F. Colburn; trustee, which points to a disparity of several thousands in the proceeds of the trust. FIUPINOS IN JAIL, HAWAIIAN IN HOSPITAL AFTER FIGHT Following a near riot in the Sunrise "Saloon, Beretania' and ' River streets, at 2 o'clock this afternoon, nine Filipino firemen from a vessel now In the harbor, were arrested, and gency hospital suffering from body wounds and facial cuts. Sergeant Poha i quartermaster department by Colonel and Offcers Machado. Medeiros and Aiea quelled the disturbance. The fight R- Schofield, department quarter 6tarted when several Of the Filipinos, who had been drinking, attacked a! master. Hawaiian. A friend came to the latter aid. This was the sigwl for a I e general fight Beer bottles few thick and fast until the police rounded up ' Argument in favor of the recom the Filipinos. j mendatiens that four-year-old Rich- SCOUT COMMISSIONS Temporary 2nd Lieutenant John T. Bozarth, 1st Infantry, and David B Doty have been offered commissions as second lieutenants, Philippine Scouts. , through word received r today Irom Washington . Captured; y U. 8. Naval Wirelm.) Turkish army and the city, leaving no railway for the Tdrks to retire by, ex cept that held by General Allenby's forces. The situation of the Turkish army to the southeast, at Hebron, was as dangerous as was that of the one to the northeast which was cut off from the city. In order to retire it would have been necessary to have defeated one of the armies to the south or north of itK as its rear to the-west was threatened by fhe British war ships. To retreat it would have had to either pass aroUnd the southern end of the Dead Sea or pass between the northern end of the sea and Jeru salem. British strategy probably held the Turks, to their position near Hebron, while continuous battling was carried on with the second 'army to the north until it was defeated. With one of the armies defeated, it was probably im possible , for the depleted Jerusalem garrison to hold out. AT A GLANCE the one Hawaiian was taken to the emer-' t ' in-! TWO ARE INDICTED federal grand Jury today The dieted Domingo Urs.ia and Dan Julli on charges of trafficking in opium Four other, indictments, containins similar charges, were placed on secret ale, where the will remain until the I defendants are ia custody. FISH HS WILL ACCEPT PRICE PACT Agreement of Fishermen to Ac ' cept 72 Per ffent and Retail ers 20 Per Cent Only Bar to Lower Cost One step nearer the solution of the! high price of fish problem has been taken by J. F. Child, federal food j administrator, in -getting the local fishing companies to agree upon 8; per cent of the consumer's dollar as a rair return to mem irom me u&u business. Two things now remain to be done before the problem ia solved to the satisfaction of all concerned: first, an agreement by the retail fish dealers to take 20 per cent of the consumer's dollar, and, second, an-agreement by the fishermen to take the remainder, or 72 per cent. With these things done, and with an agreed schedule of prices at which fish shall be sold to the public, the retail price of fish will not only be reduced, but the dealers will be in a position to make a better profit than heretofore. Administrator Child is to have an other meeting with the retail dealers shortly, and this will- be followed by a conference with the fishermen. He will seek to have the dealers agree on a schedule of prices at which fish shall be r-ld, taking into considera tion the kinds of fish and the condi tions under which they are sold. He will also urge that they be sold by the pound, and j ot by the count, and the prices agreed on will be on the pound basis. The, public will also be asked to purchase by the pound. These prices will be posted at the markets, and published in the news papers from time to time. The fish companies have agreed to take 8 per cent as their share and they are now taking about 10 per cent. In taking 72 per cent, the fisher men would receive. ..far more than at - . m J 1- present This also applies to. the re "At present," says Mr. Child, "I can see no reason why thtse agreements cannot be reached." Mr. Child is going ahead with plans to have the territory condemn all offshore fishing rights. If this is done, they will be turned over to the public and anyone allowed to fish if he has the necessary license. He is also working for a federal fish hatchery, a fish laboratory and an aquarium, and believes that these will be provided for In measures pre Eented to the present session of Con gress. DeathpH M Halifax Goes Still Higher (Asiodated Preu by U. S. Navti Wireleti.) HALiFA, Dec. 10. Hundreds of men are now busy Interring the un known dead to prevent an outbreak of epidemics. HALIFAX. X. S., Dec. 10. A re vised list of "casualties issued by the emergency relief organiza tion today places the known dead at 1200. There are still 300 dead who have not been identified, and the probability of a' much larger death roll is seen in the announce ment that there are 2000 still missing. The injured number 8000, and 25.000 are homeless, their houses burned to the ground or shattered by the -terrific ex plosions of last week. Hughes Now Able To Visit Wilson In White House (Auodatd Preu by V. S. Stval Wireless.) WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 10- Judge Charles E. Hughes of New York today visited President Wilson for the first time since the 1916 election. RESERVE OFFICERS IN FINANCE DEPARTMENT Captains Thomas M. Church, Percy A. Swift and James T, Phillips, who were called to active duty In the re serve corps last week, have been as- signed to the finance division of the ard Smart be given an allowance of $11,050 a year has been postponed in Circuit Jud&e Ash ford's rourt until Wednesday morning. The employes of the official Russian strike. They refuse to transmit Bol fhevlkl propaganda. . U. S. S. JACOB JOKES SUKIt NORTH ATLANTIC; SMlAEU ATTACKS IN DARK; SEA HEAVY 'V Navy Department Believes American Vessel Had No Chance to Defend Itself Against U-Boat The Star-Bulletin received gram with details of the sinking of the American destroyer Jacob Jones in the North Atlantic, Despatches Saturday night rof.nri ,.nfTVinK. nnWlmnn- hnr withnnt irlvW thp nnma o-v ro 9 . or tne vessel. I lie report tnis morning, wnicu appears to nave been held up while the Saturday night report was allowed to come through, is as follows: WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 10. A. submarine torpedoed and sunk the American destroyer Jacob Jones in the war zone of the North Atlantic last Thursday night. The crew probably exceeded 100, and 37 are known to have survived, being picked up from life rafts. David W.' Bagley, commanding the Jones, is a brother of Mrs. Josephus Daniels and of Worth Bagley, the first American, naval officer to die in the Spanish-American war. ' The Jones was probably torpedoed in the J dark, and, ; with: the heavy sea running, had no chance to defend itself from ths attack. The destroyer, was of a late model ; : ; ; ine onicers were juieuienani-uomjnanuer ayaviuvy . xjogiej, Tiant t xr TMttiovta Wac1iirflrf.An T.lMit. NrtrmAT Scott. St. .Louis; Jiinsign n.n. uaies, uay uuy, xaicn.; iissiaisui ocui L. L. Adamkiewicz, Milwaukee. Whether they are living is The-lajter despatch, which came through before this above, reports th&s--five line officers were saved. The report says: ' " '''' . . t..i . . . k -. t i ivmmam BneiH wn warrant: ine oesiroyer iiasiey reiJuro officers and two enlisted men have ' IoubIv renorted. announces a cable "The Bagley. reports that the others who had escaped from, their sinking ship in a motorboat were picked up and landed on the Scilly Isles,' unin jured "It is now established that five, line j officersJj&yjeL bwe4flri uunner narry nooa ana Biiiy-uircc men are missing."' v Reports of losses of American naval vessels have not been allowed to reach Honolulu by either wireless or cable, in some instances. The Official Bulle tin of November 9. which only reached Honolulu in the. last maU from the coast, reports the slnkingjby a torpedo of the American patrol ship Alcedo. with the loss of one 'officer and 12 men. No report of this loss was con tained in the news despatches re ceived here. "It is believed," says the Official Bulletin, in reference to the deaths In the loss of the Alcedo, "thattmost of the missing men were killed the ex plosion of the torpedo." , Allies Holding (AisocUted Frees toy V. S. Naval WLzeltat. NEW YORK, Dec. 10. Virtual sus pension of the battle of Asiago plains with the enemy checked and prevented from breaking through into Brenta valley and thence on to the Venetian plains and' to Venice was announced last night in official despatches from the Italian front. A reorganization of the disposition of troops on this front has been effected which promises much and utilizes the strength of the Allies to .full advantage. The new lines thus formed are holding well. Announcement was made last night that the transfer of the troops of Italy, Great Britain and France had been completed. For a week the formalities had proceeded and the movement pro gressed. Sunday night the transfer had been completed. It gives ground for a splendid confidence in the-'future success of the defense and of any of fensive that may grow out from a suc cessful stand. The reinforcing British contingents are now occupying Monte EHo, it Is officially stated. The positions occu- Huns In Italy pied by the French are not announced, ' noon the' captains of the various teams but it is declared that their positions met at the home of Mrs-. John Water have been established. j house In Makiki for a final rounding j nn f.f fnrrM and laf wnrd nf ftrivlca H0LSTEIN MAKES HOME ! s-r iimetiniirxni ni nc' rt I VVHomivui Uls ruMUt H. Lincoln Hol3tein, speaker of the house of representatives, has moved Into Washington Place, BejRtania street, the former home of Queen Liluokalani, and is now working on nis I ID ni report aa icuiiKirai; au.uiu- istrator of the queen's estate. Sneaker Holstein announced today Thar mis- ntiTiPS as ipmnorarv aam nis- trator are about complete, and that his report will be ready for filing thi$ week. The personal property of the late queen, he says, is valued at about $15,00. Thus far he has fo'ind noth ing missing. In addition to the inventory of the perscnitji property which has been made, by Speaker Holstein, a similar piece of work is being completed by agents of John F. Colburn, who ii 1 named as executor in the document - ihelhe last will and testament of LIli - iuokala.. today an Associated Press cable mai iieuu ui u ovum been saved, in addition ta the list prey from Admiral Sims. .. Y.V.CA mm UIIC nUliUlCU YVUMIGil mil WBir vass City for Donations to . - mis 'lumiirir sis t "UVtH inc. i J r nr r t . . . . ... - A . ...AntxnA a. Amount to be raised. $43,000. f War worn xzo.oou; Duagei, -f 000; improvements. $3000. Com-. 4-' mittee meetings loaay ai ins t home of Mrs. John Waterhouse. ' Business Girls Cluti committee ' meets tonight 'at Y. W. C A. -f Campaign will begin tomorrow ' moraine at 8:30. V .'V.t -f Lunch will be served to-cam- t rafenersi at association building -f tomorrow at noon. Talk will be rin'hr Rav Albert W. Palmer ana Minisxer uavia x oicia. -r- 'Slogan: "Fill the Sack Full for . . . -n . V t A . M 4- Abroad " , ' V -f Team captains: Miss 1L O. Forbes. Mrs. A. W, T. Bottomiey, t- Mrs. W. C. Hobdy. Mrs John Williams. Mrs. Elizabeth Mac- : - Iran 'Mm Kutn Anaerson. aims t- ... w . A X' Alice HooDer. Mrs. Hustace. T -Mrs. vuarin tiiniiuswuuu buu t- 4- f -f -f campaign to raise $45,000 have been ; women will begin their advance upon the citr in the confident hone of a speedy attainment of their goaL' "Over the Top" has been borrowed as their slogan and the campaigners r. ronfidpnt that ther will In reality za i over the too In the campaign. : ; A number of detai's Incidental to the campaign were attended to this morning and at 2 o'clock this after- and infraction from the leaders. The meeting of the leaders was foK lowed by a meeting of all of the work- ers who will enter the campaign. M las Martha Chickering, Mrs. Walter . Frear. Miss Grace Channon and Mrs. Charles Fitts made short talks. j Miss Dorothy Rowell and Miss May ' Fraser have completed the blgr banner ; wunu win uc unu iu LAuivaiu. i The slogan used on the big banner f "blch will be" placed In front of the : -w.uu uu....e ... . For the American Girl at Home and - Abroad. In the center of the big ban ner Is a bag divided in 45 sections. On. one corhe? of -the banner Is a picture ui iu Aiti"rv.au uuic vdrrj lug, ,iuv Star Srjaneled Banner. " For . eTerT 5lnnn raiuil fn (ha ramfwlffn a v An Ohio man has suggested to t' ;WEr uicXlvifcy- droonln? potato bius i ciiar Uia German, cctata Celii. BIG D FIDS WOffll'