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HendersonYlllc. the: hustler Henderson County's Leading: Jfewspaper. ' r Fastest growing city the mountains. in yoLXXIV. NO. 29 HENDERSON VILLE; N. C. , THURSDAY, AUGUST 9. 1917 PRICE FIVE CENTS miT"' -. . . - - ,. i - T .. . ... . amm,mmml''lllmm ... . ...... - :. . .. . UUIOR WILL . DO ITS PART TUS FORMED A Tlil'CE WJXH THE AIMIINISTRATIOX. R TROUBLES 10 BE L AMD IN WAR TIME Plan 1YII1 Follow That of the English system With War Department Clear ins House of Dissension. - Washington, Aug. 8. Organized la bor and the administration Tiave .de clared a truce for at leas; -th, duration o fthe war. Secretar7 of War Baker is today studying a plan to avert labor trouble in war time. It is generally under stood that tbe plan is approved by the President and Samuel Campers, head of the American Federation of Labor. The details have not been made pub lic as vet but it is bellied that they follew closely the English system. The w ar department will .Assume supervi sion of all industries relating to the conduct of war. The department takes the right to commandeer such industries in case of labor trouble, continuing the work. In the- mean-a-Hio orvnYiiation commission will be appointed chosen-fTornaDDTTrcap ital and tbe government personnel. Their decision will be mandatory to both employers and employees and date from the origin of . the' differ ences. Laboring men may take their case to the commission without calling a strike. Emperor Charles, At Czernowitz Mate Triumph Entry Into Capitol of Bukowina. (By Agence Radio to International News Service.) Zurich, Aug. 8. Emperor Charles of Austria made a triumphal entry into Czernowitz, the capital of Bukowina, recently captured from the Russians. 1$ AND CONCERTS BROUGHT NEARER BUSINESS" HOUSES. The every other night band concerts will be brought nearer the business section of the city, when the band stand will be mover into the plaa of the building, owned by W. A. Smith, next to the opera house. It is thought by many citizens that the moving of the concert to this place will afford greater pleasure to the visitors who - desire to proanade the lighted business section of the city. Benches will probably be placed along both sides of Main street in the blocks between fourth and fifth avenues. Ship to Europe Must Stock for the Bound Trip. Washington, Aug. 8. At the request f the Nav Department, Secretary of Commerce Redfield issued an order re quiring all American vessels sailing fo rEurope to be provisioned for the round trip. This is done to relieve the drain on European stores as much as possible. - - ' i " :. ... " . . - ,. Can You Best it7 ( MJax. fi.-ar, yhich would you rather lose, ;e"or my jnoney?" t "Xpu, dearest. . "Oh, Jack!" "But I would. Because you see, dear, J I lost you I would have themoney uiier a large rewara ana gei you hack again!" t "Im darling boyj' LAST ALL FRENCH MILITARY EXPEItTS MAKE THIS PREDICTION. lillED U S PLAY I Declares Teutons Are Growing Weak er Military and Economlncally Great Drive Predicted In Spring. Paris, Aug. 8. Another winter of was is predicted today-ijy French mil itary expelts. v Russia is discounted as an unknown factor," but great hopes are pinned to the part to be played by the United States the next ten months. The Teutons are growing weakej: military and economical?. and have about used up all their human war ma temial, as children and old men are found among the prisoners. A gigantic offensive is expected to be launched by the allies, including the United States next Spring which wJl make the preceding onereseni-: tie pigmies. j The Germans- are working des parately for a military decision on the wjeatejbiijyont beforp, Void WAfhereis in, but present . indications , are that their hopes . will be shattered. Their j attacks grow weaker as their reserves, dwindle and the men "and the inani tions of the TCntent gro.v stpr.ger. UCCESSFUL Germans; Violently Cannonadiag Bnc Ish Positions. London, Aug. 8.- Official - flaiding operations, and violent artillerv firing in West Flanders last night. In? the Lombaeftzyde sector the British cap tured "Overman prisoners and u gb: in a raid." The Germans, are violently cannon ading the new British petitions east and north of Yprfe. DATIS NEXT GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA ON FCE RETURNS. " Richmond Va., Aug. 8. The (latest returns indicate Westmoreland Davis has been chosen the no. Governor of Virginia dver J. Taylor Ellyson and ----- ' ' - '- -, .v . . -John Garland Pollard. - Pjrgbyterian Church to be - Dedicated on Next Sunday, Au. 1. Interesting services will be held, at the Presbyterian church next Suii'iay morning in connection with-the detil- cation Qf ;the ehui. The dedication "sermon wil lbe .-de-livered by-DrR-B, Grinan of Norfolk, Va. The choir will offer special musks for the occasion.-" All members, of the church, are urged be present mi Tvttp.q a--: .iiiigers are curuijr I- iJcd: - The - service wUl begin piompUy at 11 o'clock. . ;- Township, Sunday Schl Convention. ThPrA will bp a township Sunday sCnooconYention held . at Beulah Bap- - . Ar,ist 19th. all - the; Sunday scnoois m township are invite dto be present. iraoi RUSSIA DISCOL BIG PAR fDAiniMP ' M JIIHIUJND uy n n ninrnn 6oreic SPEAKS HERE 0 Chief Executive of the State an? Honor " Guest. Hendersonville t gives honor today to ; the Governor of JNiorth- Carolina ... ... V when he speaks in Laurel Park at the Reunion of the Confederate soldiers. Governor T. W. Bickett and Mrs. Bickett arrived in the city yesterday evening and, are the guests, of Mr.. and Mrs. R. M-. Oatest at Osceola Inn. Extensive preparations have been made to handle the crowds in the park GOVERNOR T. W. BICKETT. tomorrow and it s expected that one of the largest gathering of people ever here will be there. Gov. Bickett is a noted orator and his utterances have been widely quot ed aU over the United States. This occasion will be his first appearance in the county since his election last fall. . . The Hendersonville brass band will furnish music- for the exercises and the governor be escorted to the park by the local company of coast artillery.- He wilj begin liis speech at 11 a. m. - 4 - ... . - By carefully reading the adver tisements in this paper you can often save money on your purchases. The things you need may be offered just a little bit cheaper today than they will be at any other tinte - : ' ; The new rug for the uig room table, thenew suit, the. sack of ::flour,the pair of shoes or the new hat may be advertised today ara . saving worih wHe. ; r::.;- - - Don't lay this paper down until you have read every - advertisement in itsl&lumhs Econon cal people dovtheir bSying through, advertijing - end they are putting money in the bank by so doin jl IIIIKEII Effects Kentucky ahcLTennessee Hines. I ekington ky.; Aug. 8.-25,000 miners T of " Kentucky 'and Tennessee today agree to. strike Saturdav after tlie' operators refused o negotiate: for incrjeased'wagea. " t . - Ahxeiricari From !fe Jerusalem In f PitifulState v. JIprt Tha.t Food CbriditJoBS In Tur- 0 " key Terrible - - -; v .. - - (ByJAgence Radio to "InternationaX ' - News Servicel) - . '. - - . ," . ' . Bierne: Aug. 8.Two train loads of American citizens, all in pitifml condi tion arrived in Switzerland "from Jerusalem and other dstricts of Tuis key, after an eight weeks journey; There' was but scant food for thet re fugees, wh were mostly old mien, wo men ana children. - - - They "report food condition la Tur- key JerrtMe r - V Old Fashioned Fair' for Chimney, Rock An ld-fashioned - community coun try fair and picnic wijl be held on Au gust 20-t5, v inclusive; at Chhnney Rock under the auspices, of. the ChiH- ney Rock division of the Ashevillen board of tBade. Co-operation . with County Demonstrator Weaver by the people ol that seetionLhas arbused an) enthusiastic 'sentiment in favor of comunity fair sand other public e Uteri tainments. it is stated. Wants Wilson to Speak in Europe. Washington Aug. 8. That' the President shall address a congress of the allied nations in an effort to bring about universal peace Is tiie proposal in a bill introduced in the House to day by Representative Jones, of Tex as. The proposed congress would be held in some European city -the United States to send three delegates to the congress in addition to the President. . ,parlor, the new xfin- ' IP CII0TE1DE 3ew EuUng; Which Will ighteii ulon ' ' - . - - "-" Exemptions. V Washington, Aug. 8. iyen manied men cannot evade the draft. Secretary of War Baker ' and Provost-.arsiial Crowder are today Considering a furth er ruling on Vdependency" whioi will probably be issued t.hi afternoon - It is declared that men with wealthy wives .cannot hide behind tb3ir skirts. The new ruling is believed to apply to relatives of .'deiie'ndent wives. V -It-may be. necessary, in the luture for men claiming dependency to stow that his wife has no father, o rusoi'ior who are willing to suppqxt her. . Searching, in vestigation is also beincr made, into the property rights of 'lependent wives."' . 13 MEN OUT OF 44 ARE SRE TO BE DRAFTED OTHERS CALLED Is Is Possible That Some Who Claim Exemption to' be Drafted. The exemption board of Henderson county composed of -r Mayor C, E. Brooks 3. Mack Rhodes, and Dr. J.-S. Brown hare, completed the examina tion of the first 44 men called and have seCuied 13 men lor sure witn a possibility of ;at least 3, more out the list that ha ve' asked for exemption Si iJThose h.who claim : exemption are ; given ten days. in: which lo make' out I the necessary papers. - , r The board wifll issue calls for a few ' . it ; ' i..n j more men m oraer to secure ine iun quota of 21 men from this county. An nouncements will be made in a few days. . , . $14.35 Top-Notch Price for Beef on - , the Hoof. Chicago, Aug. 8. Cbiufed cattle r to day brought tae record prica of $14.35 per 100. Dealers predict $20 by Christmas. - - . ' In Base Ball - World YesteBday.j & & & & & & & National League. : ' : At Cincinnati, 2 ; New : York, A. !t Chicago, Philadelphia, rain T . .t Pittsburgh-Boston, rain. : : x Only three games scheduled. ; ' American Association. . At New York, 7; Detroit, 1. ". At Boston, 8; Cleveland, 6. .. - At 'Philadelphia, 8;. Chicago - - - - , . . . - j At Washington,; St. Louis, 2. - - - - -Sonthezx Leagne.. . At Memphis 1-7; Mobil e, 4-6. ,j 1 At Nashville. 1-0 ; Atlanta, 5-8. At New Orleans, 7 ; little Rock, 2. .At Chattanooga, 8; Birmingham, 2. American League. r At Columbus, 11-7; Toledo, 1-3, At: Minneapoils-Milwaukee; gronuds. J- ; ' AC S t Paul-Kansas City; rainV At Louisville, 2 ndianapolis. wet 1. j. , International League.. r " At Newark, 3 ; Montreat, 4. (14 in nings.) ' .. . ...,:- , , At Richmond, 4; Buffalo, 3. - At tProvidence 1; Tornoto,3. -. At Baltimore, 6; Rochester, 2. THE DRAFT GOODlfiH! V A LUXUHY FOOD GOIROL nil i BECOMES Km; CONCEDE IT WILL PAS THE. SEN. V ATE THIS AFTERNOON f REVOLUTIONARY . " MEASURE IN HISTORY Friends of Bill Pres sage Will (Cat High Cost of Living and Opponents Pre. diet a Great Depressln inNBusiuess. Washington, Aug. 8 3:23 p. m. The Senate passer the foo contr0! bUl in its final foam., j WashingtonVAug. 8 The Food Con trpl bUl.f&e most revolutionary meas ujre in the history of the American Congress, is expected to become a law by Friday night. y Opponents concede that the senate wilLpass it finally at four this after noon. The measure then goes to the House to receive v tne signature of Speaker Clark. .' on Friday, and 1 imme diately to the President. Advocates of the bill declare it will cut the cost of living and end specu --. .. - " latipnrin food stuffs, i and the orrier. ihg of the same, and stimulate the productions of foods' and; otherwise go ' fcfst;. question of the warv ; Opponents predict a depressed bus iness condition; production reduced - and the cost of living will naturally -continue to soar. Indications are that- everything de pends --upon the ; actions, "of. Herbert Hbover, the food commissioner. Poland To Have ' -New Government Germany Beady to Grant in Part De . ' mands of the People. (By Agence Radio to International . - - V. I - - . -. . ; ' News service.)' . - : Geneva Aug 8. Germany is ready to grant Poland a cabinet' and a form o f government . with, council of state, says a Warsaw dispatch. - v , This 'decision was reached after a conference in Vienna following the Vc ; cent ; Polish , .disturbances. - GOVEBS0B BICKETT IfAMES ; GEK. TQUKG ADJT.-GEXEBAL. AshevfUe Man Given Office He Held" f-' " Under Craig .Administration. ' " Raleigh, Aug. 8. Elective Septem ber lGeneral Lawrence W. Young .wijl ; be the adjutant general' of the North Carolina guard, according to a com mission Issued toda by, Governor , Bickett General Young was adjutant general three ; years of the . Craig ad- ministration r and became, brigadier -general and comanded the North Car- olina brigade during its. service on the ? Mexican border, Generaj B. S. Royster, who had been brigadier general and could not go to Mexico on account of health conditions becoming adjutant general in the stead of General Young.. Big Aircraft Plant Washington, : Aug. 8. Construction - -of an air craft factory at the League Island Navy Yard," Philadelphia,; to cost approximately $1,000,000 and to . -be comple'ted in 100 . days was ordered by Secretary Daniels. The plant will emplloy 2,000 workers and will be cap- v able of producing thousand : planes ' yearly. " ' '