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WEDNESDAY OCT. 9, 1818. THE HARTFORD HERALD PaC COURT DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. v Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, j&artford. Clerk A. C. Porter. Hartford. Master Commissioner 6tto C. Martin. Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal. P. Keown, Hartford. 1st Monday in March 12 days Com'th. and Civil. I 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 3rd Monday in September 12 days Civil. 4th Monday in November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. County Court. Meets first Monday in cacn month. Judge Mack Cook County Att'y A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. DIankcnship. SheriffS A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. S. HowaiJ. . Jailer Worth Tichenor. Assessor D. E. Ward. Surveyor C. S, Mox.ey. Coroner Fiscal Court. Meets Tuesday after first Monday in January, April hud October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam. 3rd District Q. B. Brown Sim mons. 4 th District G. W. Rowe. Center town. 5th District W. C. Daughtcrty, Baizciown. 6th District W. S. Dean, Dundee. 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsville. " 8th District B. C. Rhoades. Hart ford, Route 5. STU), . Hartford. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard, h -a'vjjB,. i . ? Police Judge C. M. Crowe. ' Marshal E. P. Cascbier. Beaver Dam. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. Clerk D. Baker Rhoads. . Police Judge J. M. Porter . Marshal R. F. Stevens. Rockport. Ch'm'n, Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. .Marshal Will Langford. Fordsville. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk 011a Cobb. Police Judge C. P. Kessinger. Marshal Grant Pollard. WHEN JACK COMES HOME. One of the first questions of tho newly accepted apprentice on a Mer chant Marine training ship is, "Can I get leave to go home and see my folks?" . I It Is barely possible that the embryo sailor-lad is not so anxious', to see his folks as ho Is to have his folks see him. This is quite fitting in the circumstances. He haB some- thine to show 'them, to tell them.' thatls worth while. Ho has arrived as a patriotic clticon performing his duty to his country. He has the uniform of the Merchant Marino training ser vice to Bhow for It . He has struck rhW gait In life and he wants his folkn Af'nnd his friends, and. It is to be hoped. ' " some soft-eyed best girl, to know all about It. He 1b proud of hla Job. and he wishes them all to be proud . of him, and with him. . I 1 -.. ... .l. t)..i. !,!. :' For mis reason mo ncuuiiius Service, which has chargo of the training of youths for the merchant fleets, encourages the tendency of the apprentices on its tratnlng ships to think of tho people at homo. It endeavors to give ftho ppprentices reasonable furloughs for tho purpose of visiting their homes. It puts the young man on hlB honor tq como back on time, knowing that his word i nnoueh to insure his return. If by mischance he falls to como back ftage, and his .tupenduona feat In on time, the Recruiting Service 0f- the Past week adds new glory to Brl :"..,.., h h. H,,ffrH in his ' tish arms. From the Adriatic to mind enouEh to purge IiIb soul of his 'the Aegean Sea the unspeakable nt the starter's signal to go. They error The returned 'prodigal who Turk and the despicable Hun fled were assisted by tanks, whoso opera has overstayed his leave is often a beforo hls victorious troops In panic tors shouted wonderful courage and linO UlVI J !.m.1 jsAwfiinlnn IfnxA Minn iA AAA a . a a a .at.!!. better man for his misstep. There Is something good for all concerned in tho sallpr. even though countless thousands fell to feed a novice going homo to say fare- the Jackal and the buzzard. Thous- .,. ..', hae-innlne hla voyage to'"ls of tons of aupplles and am- forelcn lands. Sentiment clings to . munition, hundredB of guns havo man high command had ordered the voyage by sea He smells of 'alln ,nto tho hands of the victors, them to hold, regardless of what tho the snlce of coral ls'les. There Is ft'd the blrthplaco of Jesus, aftermost might be In human life. BucKe-stlon of pieces of eight In tho 1 -"r centuries, Is onco more In Some of tho best and most tried ...:.. .. ,..!,. i thfi nockets of Christian hands. .forces In the Gorman armies wore HIIVU. u , - w his .blue trousortt. The wiikib or vY'tho tropics havo blown him thither, ' .... . !.. trv linllnvo. thou eh we ' . . .. .......i. ,'iniin of tho hour. Onnosed by tho v.. - .. ..a nvn TOII1 in flHMHVt?. 111UUL-U W, may have knowledge of, tne prosa.c not tlmt the steam englno Is tho .. ,i,n tvstnfflit lilm hnme. BU" "- b I Tho apprentice on lllS first IBr-. lough la 'falling unconsciously into the ways qf tho sailor man from tlmo Immemorial. The vlllt homo is Always preioiia.- Tho Isallor dreams of It through his voyage. Merchant Marine. NAVY WILL DRAW 20,050 MEN FROM DRAFT MONTHLY. - Washington, September 26. Tho program under which tho navy and the Marine Corps will secure tho men hereafter needed was announced here by Secretary Daniels after con ferences with representatives of his department, tho Marino Corps and sent to Shcchcm or cast to Jericho, the Provost Marshal General's office, that tho army was a rabble and the The navy Is to have' an average of retreat a stampede. Tho populace 15,000 men monthly,- while the was fleeing. Owners of the few Marine Corps will get 6,000 monthly' carriages loft obtained $50 for a for four months and 1,500 each Binglo seat from fugitives to She month thereafter. chem. The commanded hastened Of tho navy's allotment of 15,000 to Jerusalem. Enver Pasha hur- it may enlist or enroll men who havo rled from Imperial headquarters, special qualifications for certain navy and Falkenhayn came from Aleppo work, but tho remainder will como to reorganize the beaten army, from "tho run of tho draft," navy of- Meanwhile, British troops had push- flclals cutting out skllledmen to ed through tho passes of the hlgh- moet as far as possible tho special lands of Judea. They fought their needs of tho scrvce. way to tho valley of tho Sorek, and Men who now hold or may hereaf- henceforth the sound of battle grew ter be gven deferred classilcation, on louder day by day. On December account of dependency, will bo per- c and 7 fighting on the hills west of mltted to enlist in tho navy, as tho Jerusalem began, and tho rapid ad higher pay given is expected to do ance of tho British from Hebron away with tho possibility of hard- scaled tho doom of the enemy." ships to tho dependents. Those who havo had previous ser tvlce in the navy also will be permitt ed to re-enlist. In no case, however, not even from tho draft, will the navy accept mon who cannot read, write and speak the English lan guage, nor will it accept men not citizens of tho United States or con scientious objectors. Much the same system will bo fol- lowed In enlisting men both In the navy and Marine Corps. Naval re- crulting stations will bo known as "mobilization centers' each having a definite territory to serve and they will be established at central points, Marino Corps recruiting offices also will be kept open. Men desiring to enter either the navy or marine corps will be requlr- April 32, 1861. 'His military ca ed to make applications at the pro- reer began with tho Innisklllon dra per recruiting office. When men are goons in Bechuanaland, and he accepted for the navy tho moblllsta-' participated in the Zululand expedi tion officers will apply for them tions In 1884-85. Subsequently he through their draft boards, but in J commanded the Fifth Royal Irish the case of men qualified to enter tho Lancers from 1902 to 1905, and was marine corps the recruiting officer transferred to the Fourth Cavalry will send a request to the. Provost Brigade 1910. He held a brief corn Marshal General for their enroll- mand on the Western front, where ment, the Provost Marshal General ho had no opportunity to show his then will order the local boards hav- mettle or to distinguish himself. Ing jurisdiction to enroll them. ! He is a Knight Commander of the Naval mobilization points' wero Bath and Grand Offlcer'of the Le announced by Secretary Daniels as gion of Honor of France. Succeed follows: ling Sir Archibald Murray, he be- Boston Mobilization point for came Commander In Chief of tho Maine, New Marapshlre, Vermont, ' Egyptian forces In 1917. Mr. Massachusetts, Rhone Island and Bonar Law, In announcing Allenby's Connectcut. New York City For New and New Jersey. Philadelphia For Delaware I York and Pennsylvania. Washington, D. C. For District of Columbia and Maryland. Alabama Norfolk For Georgia, and Florida. w rleans For Louisiana and Mississippi, Oklahoma City For Oklahoma, New Mexico and Texas, Chicago For Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska and Wisconsin, Minneapolis For Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota. Cincinnati For Ohio, Indiana, Tennesspp and Kentucky. St. Louis For Arkansas, Missouri and Kansas. I San Francisco For California, Nevada and Arizona. Seattle For Idaho, Oregon I Mon- tana and Washington, Salt Lake City For Colorado, Wyoming and Utah, The navy mobilization Inspectors will hn lrtrntfwl na fnllnwfl! .- Eastern Division New York. Southern Division New Orleans. Central Division Chicago. Western Division San Francisco. I MODERN BAYARD WITHOUT I FEAR AND REPROACH. In the shitting panorama of tho war General Sir Edmund H. II. Al lonby now holds tho center of the uu '"i ' ."... -.w,wu fH .! nnn.1nAil In iitnniltl Inn fnn a lurM unwiumw m uswuiiua ...., AHenby tho crussader, tho Bayard sans peur et sans reproche, Is tho 'nliofinla. t9 nnlnvn li-nnlo alrlft.1 nn1 " " ------ - -"""""-;--; "VTTZ: " desert wastes, a foo ruthless and tdeepcrato, lighting for every inch of - ,1 .t.Hli ,1m (nnnnrn. luullu ,,. vuu iufu&iu- phy pf the territory, no moved striving desperately to prepare now steadily -forward to tho goal ho flnal- defenses to try to hold up our ad ly reached In triumph. Almost a yanco a'nr at tho same time are en year ago AHenby Inaugurated bis dcavorlug to stiffen their defense, camralgn, and the drlvo on Jeru- Tho Americans, however, .easily ealem began when Gaz.-v fell. It are overcoming the enemy's resist' A writer at tho time said: "Dur- Ing the next few days lamo and ex- , hausted Turks, wounded and stragg- ling soldiers whom the German mo tor lorry drivers refused to take up, and Turkish officers shaken Into truthfulness by tho extent of their defeat, brought news of their defeat Into Jerusalem. Munitions wero Tho surrender of the city December 9 lacked the spectacular incidents usual to such epochal affairs. The Governor was tho last civil offi cer to depart from tho city, and ho left In a cart belonging to Mr. Ves ter, an American resident. He In trusted the Mayor with his letter of surrender, and as the sun rose that official set forth to deliver It to the British commander, accompanied by a few frightened policemen holding two tremulous white flags. Three weeks later tho enemy attempted to retake the city ho haJ lost. AHenby tried to avoid spilling blood within tho sanctuary of three faiths, but as the pressuro grew the lion leaped again and tore the foe to shreds. AHenby, the victor, was born victory and tho surrender of Jeru- calem In the House of Commons, and after paying an eloquent tribute to the Intrepid commander, said that tho capture had been in some degree delayed In consequence of the great caro which had been taken to avoid I damage to sacred places in and "around the city. What a contrast to tho sack and devastation of Rhelms and Louvaln by the sacri legious Hun! AMERICANS RESISTLESS. With The American Armies In France. Another brilliant achieve ment has been accomplished by American armies In a wide Franco- American offensive on the Cham- pagne front. The Americans struck on a front of 32 kilometers (20 miles ) northwest of Verdun, while the French blow fell farther west. Five thousand prisoners taken by the Americans already have been counted. Many towns wnicn ions had been under the domination of tho Hun'havo been captured. Gen. Pershing's strategy took tlio Boone completely by surprise and he was astonisnea ai me resistless strenKth of tho American advance. ., Our troops went over the, top at daybreak today. I was able to eeo tho beginning of tho operation and talked with many of our fighting men while tho barrage perparatory to tho Infantry attack was on and the sky was painted with brilliant Btreaka of flame from our guns. At tho word our fighting men went over the top like racing colts wmcn aiaea our men uuueriuiiy. I .a s - ..l.1na . . i uur aavance WUH BU rtiSlBuesn wmi everything was swept the Bochea wero force towns and vlllegos w oeioro it, anu forced to abandon hlch the Ger- in tho line of our attack, but our men swept them asldo and permitted no obstacles to stand between them ..! MiaIm nlitAnMvpa Thn vrtl-tf fll Tho very fu- " " . . ";'".:. J"' ry of our men's sweep equalod any- thing In tho war. A.. T ..liA Mile iUn HiiPtrifina lll-a ao A niaw w,a w .- .....-. ... w U. S. WAR EXHIBIT SPCIAL TRAIN Showing exhibits of Machine Guns, Gas Masks, Depth Bombs, Torpedoes, Shells of all size?, Guns of various kinds, together with War Trophies captured from our enemies. There will be soldiers on this train from the American and Allied Armies who have been in active service in France who will tell you of their actual ex periences "over there," and demonstrate the use of gas masks, guns, etc. This will be a wonderful opportunity to see and hear things you have only read about. Don't Miss It! AUL FREE! T-iain will arrive at Beaver Dam, Ky. WEDNESDAY, OCOBER At ended In a rout, as in this last drive, vance and at the same time are en hold us up are falling. Again by their splendid success our men are demonstrating their mettle.'' COAL DRIVE LAUNCH ED BV GARFIELD. Washington. To avert a coal famine this winter and also to meet all the needs of the war program. Fuel Administrator Garfield has launched a drive for coal produc tion, which is to continue until April . In a rormai proclamation to opera , n,i minom niiv Mm Fuel Art IUnjstrator calls upon all to enlist (n tt detailed program to produce 1 HJ.O VU .. ...V - - . 19. 234.000 tons of bltum nous coal t - and 2,030,000 tons or anthractto every week. This tonnage, he prom- Des Moines, la., Sept. 26. Dur lsea, will give the country all tho ng eight days' fighting, ending Aug. coal needed this winter. It repres- 3, the 168th Infantry, Iowa's unit In ents a weekly increase of 1,731,000 tho Rainbow Division, "lost 1,400 tons of bituminous and 121,000 tons 0f)lcers and men, or about 50 per of anthracite over the weekly Pro- cent of tho offectlvo combatant ductlon nvorages of tho correspond- strength," according to Col. E. R. Ing prlod of a yar ago. Bernett, Its commander. The Increase In bituminous pro-, This Information Is contained In a ductlon called for Is approximately letter from tho colonel received to 161, per cent, and In anthradto ,iay by Lafayette Young, Sr. C 1-3 per cent. It will be Been that the more urgent demand is for the speeding up of bituminous produc tion. Garfield's call was transmitted to every district production manager, who m consultation with tholr Mine ' Producton Committees, will appor tion a weekly quota for each mine. Carrying the quota idea to Its logi cal conclusion, each miner will be nsked to assume poreonal responsi bility for a weekly coal production Representing his equltablo proporf tton of tho mine's allotment. Dr. Garfield call attention to the fact tlmt th0 coal production of the last three months has far exceeded earlier expectations, despito the la bor shortage created by other war activities. . . Subscribe for The Herald $1,50 a Yr -t Subscribe for The Herald $1.50 a Yr 7:30 p. m. Night Show. 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