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SENTIMENT IN MUCH Senator McCumher Deuounces Prof iteer.-, Labor Siuckcrs und W eak onicial".. MOST DAMNAH1-K TREACHERY Cause of Democracy Menaced by Mock 'lYea>on of l.euine-Trotr.Ky ? Regime?Millions of Men Declared to He Idle in This Country. !B.v Associated Press J WASHINGTON. February C5. ? De nouncing the Bolshevik surrender to arrmanv Senator McOumbcr. republi can. ot Nort!i Dakota, told t'.i6 Senate to-day th.it n ??Bolshevik" sentiment In Am^rl. a of no lef-s danger to the cause of democracy against autocracy. Profiteers. labor slackers and go\erti rncni officiate v lio fail to stand against them v ere as^?:le<J hy Die Senator in vigorous terirv Unless conditions Miangp 'ne declared, only a collapse of tht central powers oun tjvc v? allies fro.;? defeat. I he Sen i*.>r began w.l: .. denunciation of ih(? |:..]&h?vik Mirrend*' "search the worl history." de eiar- d Senator M. .-Cumber, "and nothing can b. found oven to approach this in... t ?.1:1.1.3! ? t:< rfohT.v to the faith ful ;, i] i.lr. .l:ng allies ?this Had est treason to "iiniry and national irMKr this ignonilr.ous ; urrender un-ler Bolshevik fcjrimt-. Kt every Russian patriot for a tli >u*a;-.d \> arj. wc-:u brande on his .?..??* Mi. 1>1u;!i ot shame. TIMLl TO l'AV IIKIT.n TO comhtions ,\r iio.mi: "WiTii ih spectacle of national ini poti hey anil d'^rra. e before you, and i cn''c' t.-nr . hj I..'* appalling conditions in our shipyards i.~ it not about time we were turning o ir attention to the Bolsh.vik .1^-trine ? f those ill our own country \\ no :.rf. paralyzing the arm# of the government a imperiling the lives of our soldier. *n France? "So, too. ?( hav. t'i- cFfi'-'t of th: - Bolshevik ??' ntr.n'n: ;norc, still tr.or-r. ;h?avf m"r< . regardless of ju. * tier. rcganllPF: or" patriotic duty, in the shameful delay m ship construction, on whtch the very i.fe of a great world principle depend.' and are told that ail munition plants, every line of In dustry up .1 which the life of the gov ernment dep nd?v will ?oe n be red'iced to the same ondliion of impotence as th? shipbuilding pr^.gra... The lime Safe- arrived for tl.- Amcr. -an people to accept this ehal'enge "While this Bolshevik ^in.cr, which ie jap,'.: c cur strength and jeopardiz ing our safety, i. not contfne/1 to any one class. r.e\ *rt nr '.cts. manifests itself In its mofi .nalignant form in supply profiteering and in labor prof.u-er.ng in our rhipyar In supply profiteering, Senator Mc Cumber said ht would name only one shipyard?Hog Island. SENATOU SAVS HOti ISl.AM) ??tilt AFT" AVI LI. C OST 9:10.0(10,000 Tn. foundation of that yard, he de ' Clare.1, la "laid or. graft." and the co^. of construction, he said, \>. ill b? "three or four times the government'? original estin.ate," adding "this single hold-up of the government will probably cost not less than i30.000.000." "Like conditions prevail." he continued, '"throughout the courtry wherever speeding-up production has become necessary. Contracts of th<- mo6t atro cious character. always .-.gain;*, tin government, have been ?_?. K.'d by gov ernment officials. The governiiitnt pays every dol!?r of expense tor raw m.t t^iri.ils. and yet pajs aidividualt enor nlou.' profits. Men who never saw . shipyard, men p ho had no capital have been given contract* to bulb shl^j. and th.'-y. in turn, have . untraci ed to sublet the.: e contract*- to . tlier. retaining big coiniui. t :011s Banks hav charged enormou. bonuses' for - ? ur ing i-oiuractf tor their on.stonier*-, hiu all this within tlif knowledg. of. . ea-il> obi.iiii4.i'i' by,, rovernir.ent i-fh U.mon t- \nnn is MAIKIX., >A1*. sENATOlt Despite t he fact that the- nition needs ship: iu.->'T bifore in order lo transpor, troops' and .-upplie. ai-road. and "notwitht tundina the patriot!-* fervor >f Mr Gonper. in u.i labor in our shipyard* "m sla- kin?f in :i inot>t shameful ;t.!i . disgraceful minni-r" the Senator declare-.'. Senator Mci'uinb r &.1.<1 the United State* hat "th<; human energy to win this war. and win it quickly, but the energy need:* mobilization.' He de nied there v.n .1 labor shortage. saying that what is> lacking "if me>blMzation of the labor *a-o nave a id th-"- ability "> inr:?t tliot y. 'Jay- worli by prete.--I. ? c ??? ;,?*? -r eha- '..a pivf- for a lust e.nn 1 r' r? . . otnpetu .11 ion on tl?A pari of tv . r--. rrnnifi. ' tiif.hi: .viir, ?,.-?(?<?iuki iiiLi: ??!>?"% 1 ?. 1Hlk 1 0| \ IRV Hi e.-.t. . r r. ?*.MO mm, between th- .%t? .? of < n ami -i\ty two. in thi? .".titr ".bo re doing erac-ti *il'y not ;nc I- j". yrt "soldiers are compelled to el;- fr.r- (re.'*1 ir.cn." War was declared ten month? ago, asr?>rted Fen a tor M- '"umbor, and the raising -f an army begun while the preys of th*- ountry began to di?cuss what terms ??: peace should he :ni poi*-ci upon the enemy, but the ship ?juertjon if&f not taken into romitera tion T he Senator said th.it Secretary Baker declared last m?">rith before the Senate Military r&inrnittct that "?,hip.? is the crui of our problem.'." and de manded ; "Why were these w ord? not uttered by the War Department ten months ago?' A .V L*?t AX5W EH AHLT. Allt.l >1 li.NT I.V KA t OH Of \\ ^ It HO \ It I) Secretary Bak?.r could h.r< ej.t,;iy inquired reghrei.r.c tiiif matte:, f.i.nor MeOumb'-r continued. If tii?. ,-c-.-?>ary answer?, that, this i? no part of the duties of the Secretary of War that a Shipping Board ha< been created for that purpose end he war only con Corned with the creation of an army, it seems, the Senator eaid, that this n an "unanswerable argument in favor of a war board." "Nt?w that har<- awakened, now that wc have an army of i.-iOO.GOO ready, now that neither we nor the world have the shipping to take that army j^yer and supply it what are you going Ike do about it?" he aakewi. "Yc-u will 'olther get right down to bmineia and Construct ships* on a greater scale than you have ever contemplated or you will allow this war to be over before jou The Weather (PurnUlied by I'. S. M'tnlbrr Bureau'.) fT0/?\C7m , 1'orcoi.t: YlrgloJa I?*JV/\y?J / ?it a 1 tt nnil colder % Tuesday; Wrdncnduj fair. North <;nrollna? \ Molci Tucailuv, colder In Meat portion i Wednesday fair, cold er In csiit portion. Local Temperature. U noon temperature 65 ?'! P. M. temporal uro OS Maximum temperature to S P. M... 65 Minimum temperature to S P. M.. Mc.iti temperature &o Normal temperature for this date. , 41! Excess in temperature lj Deficiency in tetnperature since . March 1 1361 Accumulated deficiency since Jan uary 1 Loc.-il Kninfall. rtainfal) last twenty-four hours.. T. Excess in rainfall since March 1.. 2.57 Excess in rainfall since January 1. 1.04 Local Oliacrt utlon at S P. .11. Temperature. ?i<. Humidity. 63; wind, direction, southwest: wind, velocity, 11 miles; weather, cloudy. CONDITION IN I.MPOItTA.NT CITIES. Tempera t urc. Place S P. M. High. Low. Weather. A.* Iieville ?*- i'"1 40 Cloudy Atlanta ? - 7 1 r.S P. cloudy Atlat.tic City.. 10 52 ::8 Cloudv Po:ton !? 52 10 Cloudy Kuffalo j 50 r>4 ::I Kaln 1 "ha rlc: ton ...01 7 0 50 Cloudy Chicago .??> 52 4 1 Snow I'fivcr tt is "0 Clear i'?.iivcston .... ><?'> "i 1 62 Clear liatt-ras 5t5 66 52 Cloudy li.ivre ;?>i s liotidy ,laiksonville .. 72 7S ;.s Clear Kansas City... 54 58 5S Clear Montgomery .76 st 61 p. cloudy Vnv Orleans.. 7 2 *2 OS Clear New York 44 56 42 Cloudy Norfolk 60 72 o2 Cloudy C'Malioma .. -1 ?* 7 1 64 Cloudy Pittsburgh ... '? 1 5$ 16 Cloudy Raleigh . . . . 7* 74 51 Cloudy -t. l.oui> . ... J?S 60 50 Clear ?^ati l'rancifcco 61 'S Clear vannah .... fS 70 60 Cloudy l'ampa 7 6 62 Clear K'as-h'n. i>. C . 52 62 Cloudy kVytiieville ... 6$ 4S 1*. cloudy MIMAT1 UK ALMANAC. February 26. 191S. HIGH TIDE: -tin rise:- 6. IS Morning 4:30 -an .sets' 5:59 Evening 5:24 SCI into it and our President's four teen artirlee of peace conditions will be i less-heeded s'^rap of raptr than the Belgian treaty." f.ET DOIBLK PAY SFNDAY AM) I.OAV MONDAY Senator MeCuml?*-r diverted from his prepared speech to that on a visit :> a cantonment construction camp art summer, he f.vind workmen rc .?elved d'juble pay for Sunday and laid Monday. lit declared that construc : on of cantonment* could have been Performed by West P"ir.t graduates a ::h ter. times .is much eiliciejicy atul a::"i leei expense than by the contract ?: stem. Senator Gallir.ger interrupted to refer :o a recent i.ive.-tigatton^ on his own ?espontibility, which convinccd him, he %aid. that there hat been criminal waste if government money In most of the ?onstruetion work. When Senator McCumt>er read from i .-cientitV.* Journal, saving Congress I'.ad done Its part, and that the labor unions a.lonc had failed to do their share, Senator Hollis, Democrat, of New Hampshire, hotly der.ied the ref erence to labor unions. Here and There in the Legislature Th.it fcill 'o approprlatr. !6,COO for oj.m? r.- to the l?r,dcre and causeway eon Jumestown Island with the mainland and for other improvements among the l.irve number of really meritorious measures: upon which ao Con vat' postponed hy th* House ot Delegates yesterday. The motion to pass it In- was supported hy more than me:-.:h'T-, but not before FM"-ard It I'ulier had explained that the appro print ton vas necessary to th? preserva tion of those thing' which bind vhe first v-hiU- t-cttlemtnt in America to the present. Mr. Fuller pointed out that | it w.?.? hoped that next year woulJ see a celebration on the island eommcm- j orating the three hundredth anniver sary ot the gathering of the first legis iative body on this continent. To make th:s c-lebration a success and to place 1 Virginia in a good light before the thousands who are expected to visit, the } inland for this event, he said, many repairs v. ere imperative. Without the . .impropriation making th^m possible, the property would deteriorate to such an extent that little would be left, to short*. he contended Mr. Fuller hopes that the House will to-day reconsider its action and move the bill to en grossment. While na>:t all members ot the Cen tral Assembly arc perfectly willing to g.ve reasonable aid to iho Catawba Sanatorium in it.' effort to wipe out tuher-'iilo.-In Virginia, many of them ari* wondering why health workers sV " I'd desire that so much money be .pent for curbing thi* particular di> (*.-<? wl-.fr other and equally deadly tuaincites are neglected A '-cent tax. as proposed, would give to the sana torium close to j.'iQO.Aftfl to be spent entirely on the fight against the white plague In the meantime, tho malarial belt, of the East and the typhoid Infected waters of the West are given practically no attention, ar.d the yet mor?- serious matter of venereal dis eases is not mentioned at all Physi cians say that occasionally, by the best of treatment, tubercular patients are saved by their disease being arrested. The percentge of "cures-." they say, however, are relatively ?:mall They contend that malaria and typhoid can be wiped out entirely if intelligently combated. They say the tarns of ve nereal disease.-?, but allege, that no leg islator has be.fn found brave enough to stand the public rrltlclsm which would follow thr suggestion of meth ods 'hat would tave the youth of the country from their ravages. Kecont army examinations reveal an alarming number of tubercular-infected voting ? i.e.;i. l.ut that revelation, according to [. .y.-icians, is not. r>pnr y ? alarming as ? ii'imh'r s!ioi< n by :hc -am< f .nnl l.ations to suffering from venereal disea.-.o: . About 4fi per cent of the >oung men of the nation either have heen or are sufferers from some species of venereal disease Frequentl> these have been treated by ignorant quacks or ? hy the afflicted, with the result that the t*. i: eases huve not only not been cured, but hare become chronic and praeti ? 11" Incurable p.y intelligent tr-at nv ..t ar.d segregation, these diseases c,?r. l.e wiped out T.e f r -<lor.' 'hey beeomr a danger to ..., terlty and Ml isano asylum? prljor.r siri nlms ' hoijfep The Senate nassed ti?? llo^r Joint res olution, relatlr.sr to ? mural decoration to . omir.emor/'.te ti e Capitol dp-a ter of 1S70. Th?re are now only three sur vivor" of the accident, one of whom is> Delegate Stubbs. The Court of Ap \ Real Hot 'Dogs' on Sale in Essen, Says Dutchman I hr streets ill Ktkcn. lirrniaii;. uhlrh used lu hn\e names like ntiy whrrr cJnc In the ?orld, no longer lunr them, for b.i imrt i<f the tier, in un k.Tclcm of cnmouUnge they lui>o hrrn tflvcn number* iiiMcud. Thus a street In kno?\n n% !No. I ur No. -art. or whatever other numernl I* selected for the iiorpoMr. Tlic reason for this nuniberiiiK Is fully e v|>lninr<J by the writer of "My 'Iv?*elvemouth at tlir lirupp I'Sant," which U running dully in The Tlmefc-Dlsputcb. This writer bus discovered ninny Interesting features about life In licruiuiiT In war time not heretofore published in this j counter. The author, wlio Is n Oil tcli ma n, iros struck by thr absence of doss in the streets of the oitj, rnj up on inquiry w'ka informed tbat they liud nil b?cn eoinin.mdre.red by the iniIi? tar.v. lie uii.i lolil tbnt the useful ones were seut to the front to help in fiiidintr the wounded nml that those which cannot be used for this are made Into >nusn$e*. He touches for the truth of the Matcment tlint Pennine hot "dops" are now on snle in the Cifrmnn elty. icals formerly pat In an tipper liall ? f the Capitol almost directly over the nuseuni hall "In reconstruction" days; i very angry contested election case; van rending before the Sunrcme Court. j tnd it was supposed the opinion would ; >c delivered April J". 1ST?_?. The -.ourt-J uoui was literally packed with people) utcrested in the decision. Just as; the udges wore entering: from the confer 'ttcc room, the door gave way and a uost appalling disaster occurred. JSixtv. Ive persons were killed and COO in ured. among them of the most minent men of the Stat". The first applause of thr region in he Senate chamber was produced by Senator Aubrey K. Strode in a dts- , 'Ussion of the tuberculosis bill, when ! le sa.id: "Mr. President. 1 am glad to ?e nble to quote in support of leels- | ation to make more adequate provision or the care of t'lose having tuhercu osis the distinguished senior Senator roin Virginia in the t'ongrers- of the ."nited states. And may I not take he opportunity to say that I am glad o join in the hope that during the >rcsont rear Mr. Martin will be re urned. without opposition, even though t bo lor the first time, to that great j >oriy where. in high service, he hon >rs both Virginia and th<- n-'tion." Thf Senate Committee on General reported nut the "dog law" by a of- of S t-j V. This bill has been 'favored" in the House with as much ttention as any other bill. Being late o get on the Senate calendar, ij may iot fare so w^il ?? that branch; it, s- likely to produce at least ono or two j ulogie:- in the upper hotjse. 5AYS HIS PRINCIPLES, IF OTHERS AGREE, OFFER PEACE BASIS ? Continued from First Page.) ia\e departed by way of the Tranr ilberian Railway. t.'n the battle fronts the fighting by I ? he infantry continues mainly in the ature of patrol encounters. On nu- j lerotis sectors in Prance, Belgium and taly the big puns are engaged in j eclprocal duels, which at some points1 re of considerable violence. The itest exploit of the unit of Anier* ;ans sighting with the French along he Chemln-des-Dumeb was a ra d. iad?. In conjunction \\ ith th* French, j n which the German line war pone rated for a distance of a few hundred arri.-. After sharp lighting, in which number of the enemy were killed and mounded, two officers and twenty men if the German ranks were brought ?rick prisoners to the French line by he American?. 'iCIt.M.ANV PLANS TO HI>TOHK it i ssi?n moxancuv TBy Assoel.nert Pr?f. J l^'*'N*DC'N, February "jo.?Germany j >ians to restore the monarchy in Bus sis. according to a telegram dated Fri- I lav in Petrograd. to the Morning Post, t sa\ s tho (irand Duke of lIos;;c lias I >een appointed the commander in the ^iga section of the German front. "His sister." the dispatch add?, "the | ornier Ftnpress Alexandra, a:, the ! ruardian of her son. the former Tsar- ! ?itch, is the favorite German candidate 'or the throne. . . . The former Bni ?>eri'r " ill tiot accept the throne from J "Jermari Viand?. The Bolsheviki h3vej Provided a form of government which he Russians alone understand -pure lespotlfm. They have paved the way or th* return of the monarchy." REVISED BUDGET IS SENT TO THE PRINTER \\ ill He i.one O^er h; ? ouit?*il finance ? t oniinittve on Friday Night mid Uejiorted to t'ounetl. Membi rs of the i 'ouncil < 'onimitte./ on Finance ia.-t night completed a revision ! of the 101^ budget measure, and the document was sent to the printer. 'I he i paper will bo returned to the commit tee in tune for its meeting Friday night, when the final work on the ordi- , nance is expected to bo completed. No radical changes in the budget have been made, if was authoritative ly stated last night Slight changes 1 have been made in departmental allot ments. but the apportionments are to remain practically the same. The com mittee will alfo recommend to the Council Increases in the r;ite on certain . sources of revenue, though the, orisi- ! nally proposed general lu per C'lit on all sources will not v>e t uggeeted There. h3s been a general revision of Che budget and tho tai. matter since tb<? series of public hearings on the matter. Members of th'* Finance I'oui iiiittfe la'.'t night hou!,j not discuss the make-up of tin? budget, and i.'ity Audi tor i 'reimh.i v dcolar?.d 11 >?" > ??mmit had nothing to moke publi<- her ond I he fact that tlie budget would bo s-ent to l he printer this morning. There is little doubt that the ordi nance will not b- made ready for pre sentation by tho committee Friday night, and thr paper will go to the Common 'Council nt its regular meet ing Monday. T)r. nrynn llefore Tuesday t'lub. The Tuesday t'lub will be addressed this afternoon in the auditorium of the railway Y. M. A. by T't. Itobert C. Bryan, who III relate vome of hi^ experiences In Uoumav.la W'h^n l"?r. t'.ryan addre?;<?>d the club on a former e.eeaslon tbere \c;.? n re.-nrd attend ance. and the announcement that th-? interestIng ppe.iker will entertain the oltib to-day will insure even a larger attendance. COSTA RIM REVOLUTION IS trniBELT SUPPRESSED iiuveruincMit Forces Kout Rebels fu ller Command of l-Jditor of I'ro (?crmitu Ne\\>|uiper. offfk m t r i: kksistAnce 1'lilted States Will Not l'.e? 'ogiii>c President 'llooco, Despite Evi dences Th?t Ills Opponents Are Financed by Encm.v. [By A.->oftated Press 1 SAN JOSK. COSTA ItlCA., February 25.?Tho revolution >n Costa Rica ha? been put clown and ord^r has been completely restored. The troubles had their inccptum lust Friday, when a band commanded by' fiogelio Fernandez Gucll. editor of 1.01 lutparcial. a pro-0?etnian newspaper, wliieh had been : uppressed by the Costa llioan Bovtrnmcii! attacked a passen ger train from Putita Arena?, raptur ing tome of the passengers. This band .out iuuod lootinu along the railway lien until government ior<>.-? arrived and routed Ujo rebr!. Some of the insur- . reotionistB were ? .ipture i and the others fled in disorder, being followed | by the troops. Yesterday there was another small movement in the outskirts of Cartago and a similar one ;n Turrialba, but the ; rebel*, were di.-pcr. rd almost without re.-- 1st a nee. OXL V TURKIC \.\D F1VK uuc.nuku i.\ l'icirri.Mi <*>rdor has been completely restored. ? ind the Costa Itivans, i'tnost without exception, have offered their uervicca: :o the government. 1'asualties in the. fighting were only thre<* killed and live; wounded. Then wis r.o destruction , >f property. The rebels proclaimed :<:? their politl-' ::?! platform the suppression of land! ind income? ta\e: recently enforce i by Lhe government. v >i unicAN <;o v Kit.\>i k.% r? A I'TiTt UK I Vt'iiA.VGED ' I B:- A <ti : i 1 Pre ? f 1 WASHINGTON. February 25. ? Ad rues to the State Department that the -evolutio.iHry party in Cofta Rica if. supported by authorized German agents iave not changed this government'** j ittitu.ic toward President Tinoeo, and t was reiterated at the State Depart-1 rtent to-day that the recognition of ' he present government was not under .?onsidcration. Advices t<> th-i State Department toil, )f the revolutionary outbreak, but. they lo not indicate that the deposed Presi- | lent. Alfredo G -rizaiez. is implicated. | The American charge d'affaires has ?c:ently reported increasing unrest, j Agents of Tinoeo. both here and in sew York, hav?. insisted that a revolu ionary effort would bo made in behalf ' >f the deposed government. They have submitted what they re- | raid as proejf that the former Proel lent was being tfiianccd by Germane tud a record of developments prior to us o\ e rthrow to show his pro-German it tit tide while President. TAKES HER OWN LIFE lotber of Flvr l.itlle Children, Saved I'rnm Drmh liv Polnon, Shoots Tlcrself. I 'o The Tinit?5-[>ispatc,h.] 1 'll.Vi>L> iTTKfiV! LLK, February ;.v Following domestic (roubles. Mrs. ?jth'il Walton, a.sreii twenty-six, v ifs it ^ J. Walton, of WindFor, this ?ouiitj. committed suicide by Finding i bullet through h'T heart early this norning. Tho wonwn attempted to end tor 1; to. by drinking crude carbolic i -id. but a doctor from Ivy relieved if-r of tlift poison. The fatal bullet iva.? fired during the temporary absence r<-r>i th<- room of her htis.ba.nd. Mrs. Wa lion was i Miss Colenvin, of Albc nnrle. and ".as married nine years ?go. l ,\t- children survive, the young 's t being' only two months old. GRIGG UNDER ARREST talciman 11Hd in nnfTalo t niil O01?*er Arrives Willi Itequifclt Ion I'nprrs. I'olic authorities laft night received i telegram from the chief probation of *.cer of Buffalo, X. Y., announcing that Grahatn Gr:gg, salesman, of IT,17 "irove Avenue, who is wanted in this :lty on the charge of grund larceny, had been arrested In Buffalo and was oeing held for the arrival of local au thorities. :>er?earit Bailey, of the headquarters ?Jetective force, wired t.'? Chief Proba tion < itilc'? r Joseph Murphy, of Buffalo, that an officer would be sent to thai .?Ity with the proper requisition papers, in or?ier to bring Grigg back to this: ity for trial. It is .ilteged that Origg ptole a $4'<0 diamond ring from the Nov. Ian Je.velry Co.. of 021 1'Jatt Main Street, several months ago ! OVER THE TOP BY AKTIILK GUY liMPEY, Ail Anicrk'au Boy Who Went. iCopyrieht. 1017. l>> Arthur Guy Kiupcy./ rrecently 1 cmnc to a. rocrulting ot ; llco. iti^Ulo. sluing al a, desk wua u j lonely Tommy Atkins. 1 decided to i Interview him in regard to Joining tho ; British army. 1 opened the door. Ho looked ii|t and greeted ino with: "1 s'y, , inyte. want to tyke on/ 1 looked al him and answered: "Well. ' whatever lliat is, I'll take a chance at it." I Without the aid of an interpreter. 1 ' found out that Tommy wanted to know if I ear? t' to join the British army. Ho jiiUed me: "Phi you ever hear of ilie Koyal Kucllicrs';" Weil, in Lon don you know. Ynnks ?ro supposed to know everything, so 1 wan not going lo appear ignorant, and answered, "Sure. ' After listening for one-half hour to Tommy's taTe of their exploits on tho llrtug line. I decided lo join. Tommy look me to tho rccruiting headquarters, w here I met a typist I Kngllfh captain, lie a#ked my nationality. I immediate ly pulled out my American passport and showed it to him. It. ^signed by lousing?Bryan had lost his job a little while previously. After looking at the purport, he. Informed me that ho was sorry, hut could not enlist me, as it would be a broach of neutrality. I insisted that I was not neutral, be cause to me it Formed that a real American could not be neutral when big things wore in progress, but the captain would not enlist me. With disgust in my heart. I went out in the street. 1 h:id gone about a block when a recruiting sergrant who had followed me out of the office tapped mo on the ehoulder with his swagger stick and said. 'S'y. I can get you iu tho army. We. have a leftenant down at the other offico who can do anything. Ho bus just come out of the O. T. C. (Officers.' Training Corps), and does not know what neutrality Is." 1 decided to take a. chance. and accepted his invitation for an introduction to the lieutenant.' I entered tho office and went up f> him. opened up my passport, a tic! said: 4 Before going further. I wish to state that. 1 am ?n American, not too proud to fight. and want to Join your army." lie looked at me in a nonchalant manner, and answered. "That's all right, wo take anything over here." 1 looked at him kind of hard and re pieci. >'o 1 notice." hut it * ent over his head ll-i rot out a.n fnkftmcnt blank, and placing his tmger or. a blank line said. ?>lgn here t I answered. "Not on your tintyp?.' "I beg jour pardon*" Then I explained to h'tn that I would not sicn tt without first reading it. I read it ?\er. and signed for duration ot war. Koni" of the Msults were lucky. They signed for seven years only. . Then he asked me my birthplace. i , answered. "Ogden. Utah." Ho >aid. "Oh. yes. just outside or New York?' __ ,, With a smile 1 replied. Well. It s up the State a little.' Then 1 was taken before the dorter and parsed as physically tit. and was issued a uniform. When 1 reported back to the lieutenant, he suggested that, being an American. I go on re cruiting service and try to shame tome | of the slackers into Joining the army. ? "Ml vou have to do," he raid, "is to ?o out' on the street, and when you see h \oung fellow in mufti w ho looks I phvsi 'ally fit. Just stop hurt and give him this kind of a talk: 'Aren't you as?ham?-d of >ourt-elf a Britisher. physi cal^ tit and in mufti when your King ar.d country need you? Don't >ou know that vour country is at war, and that the jilac?> for every young Briton is on the tiriis line'.' lfeTe I a.m. an American, in khaki, who came 4.000 miiet to tight for your King and coun try. and you. a* yet. have not enlisted. Why don't you Join? Now is the time.' "This argument ought to get many recru.t:. Iv.npey. so go out ar.d cee what >oit can do." He then gave me a smaJl rosette of red.White and blue, ribbon, with three little streamers hanging down. Thi* was the recruiting insignia, and was to be worn on the left side of the cap. Armed with a awagger stick and my patriotic rosette. 1 went out into Tot tenham Court Road in quest of cannon fodder. Two or three poorly dressed civilians passed inc. and, although they appeared physically fit. 1 said to myself. "They don't want to join tho army; perhap.-. they h Tt \ ?? some orie dependent on them for support." so I did not accost them. Coming down the street 1 raw a young dandy, top hat and all. with a fashionably dressed girl walking be-J ? Idc him. I muttered, "You are my meat. ' and when ho r-amo abreast of mf? 1 stepped directly in his path and stopped him with my swagg&r stick, j tayinu "You would look fine, in khaki, why not . hange that lop hat for a steel helmet" Aren't you ashamed of your self. a husky young chap like, you in mufti, v hen men ,trr needed In the trenches.' Hero 1 am. an American. I came t/*00 mile? from Ogden. Utah, just outside of New York, to tight lor ?: -i t 'J;? L ' ? y' " - - - 7 - ^ It's easy to help along in food conservation when you know how. is over 10% by weight actual sugar, not' put there" but de veloped in its making from wheat and malted barlc-rv For this reason Grape-Nuts, unlike the ordinary cereal, requires no sweetening. Try it?without sugar. "There's a Reason' for GRAPE-NUTS Sold by Grocers. your Ktnsr tuul country. Don'l bo a Blacker, buck up and get Into uniform; cotno over to the icorultliig otllcc anil I'll liavo you ouli?ted.," He yawned and answered, "I don't <aro if you tame l?.000 miles, no one asked you to." and be walked on. The girl Rave mo a sneering look; I was fJieCCh i?>SS. I ri'oruitod tor three weeks, and near ly got one recruit. This perhaps wae not tbo greatest stunt In the world, but it ?ot buck at the olllcer who had told inc. ti'u tako anything over liere. 1 had been H>>endlii? a goid lot ot my recruiting time In the ualoon bar oi the Wheat Sheaf pub (there was a very attractive blonde barmaid, who helped kill limn?? I was not as serious in those days as I was a iutlo later when I reached tho front)?well, it was tho sixth day, au<l my recruiting report was blank. I waa (retting low in tho pocket?barmaids haven't much use for any one who cannot buy tirlnkh?so I looked around for recruit ing material. Vou know a man on re '?ruitlng service getc a "bob" or shllUnt for every recruit he entices into Join ing tho army. The recruit is supposed to get this, but ho would not be h recruit if he woro wise to this fact would he? tTo Be Continued To-Morrow.) HATHAWAY i~S NAMED FISH COMMISSIONER (Continued from First Page.) tion held in Richmond three weeks iigo, he played a .lotahie part in the framing of the reeo.utiot s which were placed under the c.<n~td?. atlon cf the Legislature. That Mr. Hathaway in eminently fitted by experience for his new posi tion, his friends have no doubt. )l* has been for many years counsel for the Chesapeake Bay Protective Fish erman's Institute, and was secretary of the American Fisheries Company of N*ow York, which is th* largert com mercial Ashing company in America. OX 11-: TOOK PART 1\ INTEIt.VATIONAL, CONGRES* He was a conspicuous figure In the International Fisheries Congre.bs held In Washington in 1J0S. where he read a paper on menhaden fish and fishing. His report was adopted by the United states Fisheries Department. Mr. Hathaway has spoken on farm ing ir. many parts of Vlrg.nla. But his talks have not been meiely theo retical; Knon Hall Is one of the most fruitful farms in the State. Mr. Hathaway has been an officer ?:id director in the following fish and oyster enterprises: The Indian Creek Fertiliser Com Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists refund money if it fails. 25c FOR COLDS AND GRIPPE DOCTORS FIND REMEDY Physicians and druggists are elated -iver the fact that th*y have at last found a genuine and dependable rem prly for colds, eorf throat and la grippe. For years they have depended chiefly jpor. the old style calomel, ?which is -ertaii.lv t;n*, but unfortunately many people would not take it because of its nauseating and dangerous qualities. Now that the pharmaceutical chem ists have perfected a nausea less caio nel. called "Calot&bs," whose medici nal virtues are vastly improved, the ioctora and druggists are claiming that Dalotabs are tbe id'-al remedy to abort * cold overnight and cut short an at tack <?( soro throat or la grippe. They ire als'> finding it *nost effective as. the first step In the treatment of pneu monia One Caiotab on the tongue at bed time. with n swallow of water.?that's nil. No salts, no nausea nor the slight est interference with your eating or your work and pleasure.. The next morning your cold has vanished and your whole system Is purified and re freshed. Calotabs are sold only In original sealed packages; price thirty five cents. Your druggi.t recommends and guarantees! them by refunding the pri'-o If you arenot delighted.?Adv. "Who Was That Ringing at Your Home?" They'll ask you when you own the new Edison. The famous Edison test has proven that you can't tell the Edison re creation from the real thing. (No one ever took a "talking ma chine" for the real thing.) One imitates ? the other re-creates. C. B. HAYN ES I >. D AT IICOKO Montague Mfg.Co. S. \V. Corner Tenth and Main St a. liVSSBRR A.VD MI LI. U'OHK. WHY NOT GIVE. A I.AWSON OIJOBLE8S GAS HEATER) A very appropriate gift. See them at Ronick-Miller Furniture Co. 110 W. Broad Street. Opp. M??onlc Temple. Had. 4367. Ladies' Straw Hats Itcalmped to S p r I a ?r Styles. Men's Soft and Stiff Hats Cleaned and fi*liloeked. VERRA'S 21 i N. Int. Itlchmuitd. Hnn, 000. I'etoralmrjf Rrnncli. Mull Orders. ?:'3"-0^RVchwndVa HC.VALEMTINEtCO =ANTIQUES 1 Old Reliable Jewelers Watch. Clock anil J?*?lry It? patrtnff. SCHEER & SON, KfUhlUhed tM7. 1411 Ktet Main Street. ?5 ??Tlie Ilnnk or Ilroad Sireet'? A?- .> Aii ?,(ari. to th?y nlll KM through Trulned and capa l.|.> <.f tli"> highest inline*. or untrained and forced t-> lowpr !tsv?la. One dollnr #?oh we?k^ ae lMi. ii. ,| in "Tho Hank of Broad Mre?t." at :,r'e Intoreiit, will provide for a ehll.ru cotloM oourco or for a start In bunl lifij-3 life. Broad Street Bank Sixth find llrofttl Street*, Convenient. ("onxer vatlve? Congenial. Your choice begin- .W.85 ning this morning. ? I ? Broken lots Berry .85 ; Shoes.... * HU III! / ^ fc-lfACU tllXfc bchwurfcschild Brothers, Military Wrist Watches The Oflicerr. and Enlisted Men have shown a decided preference for our typo of Military Wrist Watch It's rioFf'-fitting to the vrrint, the ease of reading, as well as th'.-ir perfect tirne-keeping finalities are details which wc have carefully planned. Wc will be pleaded to show you. f'rircs $15.00 and Upward. Schwarzschi'd I Brothers Richmond's Leading Jewelers, becond and Broad Streets. Fourth nud iiruad. "I puny, tlio Newport fertilizer Company, the Wharton Klshcrlcu Company, th*v. Irvine Oynlcr Company. tlio Capo Fear 11 Fisheries Company, the Southern M*nl ha den Company and the Sabine Fiobi and Guano Cotnpiny. , 'j Tho offlec of Commissioner of Ft?h-'i orles was made vacant hy the death of i John S. 1'ar.iO'is. who was appointed by. ' Ux-Oovernor Stuart. It has been tilled since hlM death hy James M. Lewis, of Kappahannock County. Broken Lots of The Best Made Rothert Kitchen Cabinets are the best made?best from every point or view ? and save you hour* of labor, time and money in the kitchen. Low-priced at to $45.00