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THE PENSACO l,v1918.
MUSICAL GOD-- MOTHER TO YANKEE FIGHTERS 9 'vs. o- TV P . v . ,.-5 .. afr y a V.' IS Us- - VS.-A' 1 1 3k RAY5AWY Miss Ray' C. Sawyer, whose nian of sending music to soldiers has made her known wherever there are Yanks, Gobs or Devil Dogs to play, sing or whistle, has left the Red Cross, and is now a private in the marine corps. DARDANELLES TO PASS ." r : FROM TURKISH DOMINATION Washington. Dec.- 3i. disposition-v6f Luropean-Turkey and the Dardanelles question were brought suddenly to th? front by the -armistice which ' ended Turkey's career as an ally of Germanv. It is roparded : as virtually certain that the Dardanelles will never agdiu be under the domination of Turkey - ' ' ' . -, . i MILITARY INSURRECTIONS- OCCUR IN IEN.A AND BUDAPEST Berne, Oct. 31. (By The Associated Press) Military insurrections occurred in both Vienna and Budapest Wednes day, according to Berlin newspapers. The people and troops acclaimed a republic. ' - - .' italians i)ri e wedge -; ' : :;; cetwejen Austrian armies ' - ". ,:7 .- i , ' ' - 31.-r-Itaiian''' troops DelleAlbnorth- Austrian armies. wireless ; to- MORS. LOOT STORES .AND BANKS IN BUDAPEST RIOTS r Washington, Oct. have -reached Ponte east 'of th.e city.' of initely dividing the according to an .official light from Home. , ' ' 1 - The Austrians have ?been -cornpletely. routed east of . the Piaye,. and - is with great difficulty sustaining the- inces sant pressure , of the Italian troops in the mountain regions, "oil the' plain and in the Alpine footh ills of Venetia'. Knc'my masses are described -as stream ing in confusion dowji the mountain alley in ..an. attempt to reach passes the TagHatnento. , Amsterdam, Oct. 31. Crave rioting broke out in Budapest Wednesday, ac cording to news received here today from the Hungarian capital. Mobs loot,d stores and attacked banks, which have limited -payments to 100 crowns. MASKS BALK INFLUENZA ABOARD TRANSPORT snip London. Oct. 31. A transport carry ing six thousand American soldiers has arrived at a British port. During the trip there were only fifty cases of in fluenza recorded. One death wa caused by the disease. The success Achieved in combatting the malady was due, in the opinion of physicians, lo the fact that every man wore a cloth mask during the voyage. SPARTANBURG TAXPAYERS OBJECT TO ARMY CAMP RENT Spartanburg, S. C, Oct 31. Five taxpayers; of the city of Spartanburg have begyn legal action to enjoin the mayor and ' the city commissioners from paying an annual -rental of $15, eOO oui of the. city's funds on property .used'- by. f the "government, at Camp Wads-worth. . .The complaint sets out that the-cuy pmciais have no such authority vested in them and that their , contract with the United States government is null; and void. Spar tanburg's contract with the govern ment calls' for the, city to furnish two thousand acres of land . for five years "or the camp..; GERMAN EMPRESS on a tit, First Hun I wonder vot iss we earning too, yet? Second Hun Ve is not coming , to anything, something is earning to us. Must Better Car Traffic Sanders Says (Continued 'from Page One) ! . . ---- - -.' .- - , the present equipment in handling all the traffic. The only other alternative, accord ing to Mr: Hanlon, is more cars. These he says .he is unable to get. The suggestion of an appeal to the Emer gency Fleet Corporation is made iii a letter to Mayor Sanders by Mr. Han lon and will probably he acted upon at once. The miyor is determined that traffic conditions shall be bet tered no matter by what means, he says. FLOATING 'JUNES OFF ATLANTIC COAST IN PATH OF CUBAN SHIPS An Atlantic 'ort. Oct. 31 Discov ery'; of two floating mines off the Delaware Capes,' in the approximate locality "where the Cuban steamship Chapp.ara was recently sunk, was re ported -today by. an, American vessel arriving c here - from Cuba. The first mine wa, found more than a week ago while the steamer was bound souths - It wa, exploded by rifle' fire. : The second was discovered yesterday during the vessel's north boun trip. - Several mine , sweepers working in the vicinity were notified and" they quickly destroyed It. Paris, Oct. 31 The- German empress is very ill and weak, ac cording to a Berne dispatch to the Petit Journal. It is said that she is haunted by the memory of the Russian revolution and in sists on the abdication of the emperor. SWITZERLAND BEGINS TO CLEAN OUT SPIES (N, E. A. Special) Geneva, Oct. 31. Switzerland, the haven for German spies, has- inaug urated a clean-up campaign: The- fed ciil court at Geneva has found guilt- l end of spies who had been operat ing at Lausanne. The most ' severe penalty was Imposed on Herr Bollin ger, leader of the band, lie was fined 200 :ind sentenced to two years' im mvionment. The court also ordered hat after the expiration of the pris f.n enu the German spy chief shall be banisned from Switzerland. FOOD PRODUCTS X A . . tej 'i .- 5 ss , S St: 'f' ' '5 :--' t. ft- ; J , - . . if:-- li , .g pipiitatioi -i i ' M -S 15 t.-. s- "-"r if Fft sl ' fewjffi i-LirJ fui..M'iBigl!iiiiMiswsjsssMBB3sMKBsW A good reputation is as vital to a business as to an individual ANY successful business rests upon the good name it has with the public A Any bess that endures must reflect the personaUty of its manage ment which must be answerable to the public. The policy of Wilson & Co. from its inception has been to conduct its business on golden rule principles. There is a moral as well as a financial responsibility connected with the prep aration of food products. 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"He has:" "Yes, he was effected by the Amer ican draft" Turks Quit, Austrians Beg For Peaee (Continued from Page One.) parently having decided it unneces sary to send the written reply which he was reported yesterday to be pre paring. - ' This leaves one note unanswered, that of Count Andrassy, Austrian for eign minister, asking Secretary Lans ing to intervene with : the president for favorable action on Austria's re quest. Since the president already has act ed, Lansing probably will make no reply. Great satisfaction over the day's de velopments is evident everywhmre here. American and allied military men expressed the opinion that it is only a question now of whether Ger many seeks delay of the inevitable by fighting a desperate defensive cam paign alone, or will accept the sur render terms being framed. With Turkey and Bulgaria out of the war and the Dardanelles and os phorus in the hands of the allies, Germany's hold on the east Is broken. Guard duty is the work left for the military force. The allies may consider it necessary to keep there. For the allied navies there remains the job of capturing or wiping out the German controlled fleet on the . Black Sea. No one believe? that will take long. In scrna ' quarters the belief pre vails that the Dardanelles will be in ternationalized, thus opening the Black Sea to the commerce of the world and.giing Russia an outlet to the Mediterranean. STYLE 21 MUNSING EAR the perfect-fitting under wear that keeps its perfect fit, c overs comfortably every curve and angle of your body gives and takes with every movement. There is hardly anyone that we can't correctly fit from our wide selection of styles and fabrics. This is the right weather for it. Watson, Parker & Reese Co. "Everything to Wear" Production of Aircraft is Praised Continued from Page One.) TOTTiNfTANnRASSY 1 fleers of the signal "corps. No fatilt is found with the management lno'3 organization last May wUh John Ryan in charge. Court martial is recommended for Colonel E. A. Deeds for revealing con fidential War Department information to fiffmer business associates and criminal prosecution of three army of ficers on the ground that they trans acted business with corporations In which they were financially interest ed. Since it is not proven that Deeds transacted any business with his for mer associates since he transferred his stork, no criminal charges are made against him. Hughes refers to the retention by Henry Ford of Carl Errde. despite charge of pro-German utterances, as superintendent of tli" drafting depart ment, and added: "There was laxity at the Fn-d pl jnt iv'h renvt f Ihosi of German sympathies not comnatiblc wffb lie interests fit 'i , vrrnt." Among the nrltr-'n:'! rhi--5 us- -''ped !n Hughe- r- ' --e that there rl'n' in .!- , -.. vi from tlv nllies and in pretvirinu speei nqt'oms for y.- j- renron-'tic'i. thlt fhe plans were frequently changed, both on airplane types and the Liberty motor, and that some manufacturers well qualified for product ten failed to cTure contracts, while others, poorly prepared, were gicn orders. Tigures show about 1 40.000.000 -P'tit lo October 1 for all aviation pur rncij r;ontr-rts lt. boevcT, com mitted about .i70.onn oon of the ortar-!r-l nearly .TOO.oonno appropriation. I The flptjres ar given to answer the l trenerid charg that the sum had all I ie-n rxprndrt with practically no re- su'ts. The attorney general concluded his letter of transmittal ith the statement. "No such profits have been allowed as justify the charge of bad faith." Hughes concludes his report with eommendition of the gratifying prog ress made under direction of Mr. Ryan. The attorney-general says '. in substantial occord with lh" '.'..--lies findings. Count Andrassy, new Austro Hungarian foreign minister, suc ceeding Burian, i sa leader of ths forces which are crying for an early peace. Liebknecht, the German so- VRir.IMA TKI.EPnONE OPERATORS QLIT WORK; TIE IP ERY1CR Richmond, Va., Oct. 31. Telephons connection between Richmond and Tidewater. Virginia, was held up to day by the resignation of a number of operators and electricians in th Chesapeake and otomac Telephone companies' offices in and around Norfolk. Failure to get wage in creases caused the employe8 to go ouL Delightful Flavor INSTANT P0STUM None of coffee s harm - . ... r