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rr4tB.MBte . - t ''.';'- .:..c !: . : rT"v.' "''"." ..'': - - ; . f; " rrvV lies Perron Co"styTs -1 II VOL. XXIV, NO. 37 rtiCKl HUS GRINDING OUT ' font nn . T)p?pth1. Turt't' 1 (Tjusuu v. - Juu" ... ..... Ar. A "rtc. gilt AtiOlS -U"J - Tin nriucipal case thi3week "Tin A . 4 that rf Rhto v CUi. rhnre-pd with assault wir - .'deadly weapon. pink Urock. George Erock, and An- jrew Jackson, hunting on roi.eryation plead guilty, dismissed with payment Jollll lr son, laivcuj', Buuuias niiu payment of costs. j D. Cooley, disturbing peace, nol nrossed. Defendant joins army. Otis Condry. assault, found,'-guilty, "uaid an costs : - - Luss Cockran .larceny, etc., case nol r,m?sea. Defendant feeble minded. : Melvin Cox, larceny, pleads guittytj . . Babe Copeland.' negro, "larceny, leads guilty, fined $5 and costs. Roseo" Dosier, larceny pleads guil ty, dismissed with payment of -"costs and fcalf price of the nets stolen. Fred Floyd, affray, pleads, guilty and dismissed with the payment" of the costs. : ' ' "-. ' '. James Guice, charged with-aiding . prisoners to escape. Jury verdict of "5 not guilty. - ; :." ; Carl Gosnell. larceny, case nol prossed. "''.";' ' jack Green, affray, plead guilty and dismissed with the payment of a fine or f". and costs. ' Pewey Green, affray, plead guilty, and v.as fined $5 and costs. ; . . James Hollingsworth, . larceny4 pleaded guilty, dismissed ' with the payment of the costs. " . . - Terrell Lanning, affray, jury mis trial. ' " 7 v .liti3 j. H. Nanny, false pretense, com promised case -with payment of costs. Ben Pearson, assault with deadly weapon, fined $5 and costs. , ' " . - ; Lertha Robinson,-- f" anji a, guilty, dismissed "with- the payment. of the costs. " ." : U. G. Thompson, affray, found guilty and fined $5 and thecosts. Clyde Whitaker- larceny,, case dis missed. . "- -. : Daisy Edney, assault upon W. "M. Lyda with a rock, guilty, dismissed f R ith the payment of the costs. . Fannie Booker, . Fannie Hamilto Hattie Pickens,. Corrle Supers colored having liquor in' possession - guilty dismissed tHTatyaxent-oT the - costs. J. E. Proctor, drunk rand disorderly, found guilty and dismisesd . with the payment of the costs. - ; , LIBERTY BOXD CA3IPAIGJT ? yOlY OX OVER UNITED STATES. Henderson County to Share In Buying a Part ol North Carolina's Portion of $27,000,000. -v . - Hend onvlle citizens now have an opportunity of showing their patriot ism in a financial way and.atthe same time get good Interest on their money. The government expects the people of Hendersonvile and Henderson coun--ty to rallr te th support of the great est bond issue in the history of the world- - ' ...' . ': Washington Oct 1. The great lib erty loan drive started today through out the country with a rush. Tele graphic reports . to the treasury from everv section indicate tremendous en thusiasm on the part of. tens pf thou sands om workers and .a fair first-day volume of sHbscription toward the $3,000,000,000 minimum - which has been set as theoal of th f our weeH campaign. ' " V Soai Firm Ebcr or JXIUllon-Dollar Bonfl. '; - " . Chicago. Oct.. J5- fi oCtcr nr r " a Cincinnati fi-rcv joined the, million dollar Liberty Loa.n subscribers today. A Chicago salesman negotiated the loan by-long distance phones - . BODY OF FAMOUS GERMAN AIRMAN, VOSSE. IS FOUND WITHIN BRITISH LINESk Story of His Death and the Finding vt His Bdy a Cunterpart toiThat Guynemen, '.'' . ' British Headquarters in France and Belgium Monday,: Oct. 1. (By the As sociated Press.X--The 1 body of the famous German airman. Lieutenant Vosse, who was recently reported in German official communication, as missing, has been: found within- the British lines and British airmerrhave alrealy dropped 'messages behind, the German front, giving notification of his death : -- '- ' - ". ': - a ' Vosse was killed September 23 while engaged ina spectacular com bat with a British airman- He a ed fighting deterinedly and magnicently. It is a peculiar - coincidence that the famous French airman, Cv?tain -Guy- nemer, lost his life about fcte same : time in battle over: enemy-territory and was - reported - missing until the Germans found 4 and -"identified his The oponeht of Vosse Is nne nf tba most brilliant - British : aviators,- who for the purposes ef this narrative may be referred to as .Brown rtht . not being his real name. :: " - . ' Officials Nab Big Secret jWfetless. 'J: San FranclscoV : Oct. 2.-A large, modern wirelese telegraph, receiving. Plant, through which it is believed secret messagos 'Were : received in this coutnry. was seized by Federal fl eers in the heart of tfcla cltf today The plant was in the home of 'iSdward Abrahamson a " German, r-wose soh Ray, was a licased wireless cEratc? atii President T7UsonV issued a pro clamation canceling vrsany .'. Trlrcl:;;3 operators' licences. . .:J EUTilEEFORDTOX - PEOPLE CP ' AIR OYER CIT1ZE3T STORY. Forest CityPress Show. That Chimney Rock Section Rave Gotten the Bfc End of Road Funds. . - : In answer to a recent article in the Asheville Citizen .. suggesting that a Part :of Rutherfordton and Henderson county be anneed.to Buncombe, on ac count of . these counties not doing their share of road work in the famous Chimney Rock sectionhas brought forth the wrath of a great many citizens- v---. ; , ." The following article appeared in last week's issue" of the " f orest City Press; The Asheville Citizen last -week in terviewed a citizen, of Ghimney; Rock regarding the movement to nut Chim ney Rock in Buncombecounty. Either the reDOrter. COt. his notes taniHprl n- the citizen interviewed is not; familiar with the facts; HereV one of the reasons he gave for the change: ; -; "The county commissioners .'of Bup combe and the business men of Ashe vill unte with people m all parts of the county in having- good roads In every section : of th county andthe outlying districts ; get every bit as much consideration : in the matter as uu uie Bwiwns ux me immediate vicm Ity of Asheville and other larger towns pf Buncombe county.' ; , : - -: 3 At - i iv -. . The inference la that Chimney Rock is not receiving rrom Kutnerrord coun- iMUBuusweiauuu u uue. u. outlying district" " ever received its portion of road money Chimney" Rock has. " Itwas" stated in the road meet ing held recently at Rutherfordton that 55,000 had been spent on one road alone. In . that township. Ever since the road bonds were voted there has been a. stream of complaints from other sections of trn county that Chimney Rock was getting more than its share of the fund .especially in view of the fact - that that township bears " a "comparatively small ; part of the financial-burden. - ' - A better argument than this will have to be '.produced .before county lines are changed. . 3IR ROOSEVELT TELLS HOT? r GERMANY BACKED DOWN IN 1902 But 1 T. RV TTarned That Unless Ger-j manT" Arbitrated Dewey "Would Sail In 48 notars. Chicago Oct. ' 3. Col ..Theodore Roosevext recently gave his version of the secret conferenc-.Jie held : with, the Qerma - nambassador in 1902 -relating to the occupation ot Venezuela-by Ger many, an incident that then threaten ed to bring on - a war between Ger many and the United States. Colonel Roosevelt told the story for the first t time, he said, in an "address at a lun cheon here c ; rj'r: -y. ' ; ' "It was about a"year after I took office," Colonel Roosevelt began. Ger many was engaged In striving to ex tend her dominion. She -had. in view certain 'chosen positions in" South America. She aimed to turn S'outo America into a German appeudage. Venezuela at that time had a dictatiir named Castro," commonly known as the Monkey of the Andes.' , v ' . "I was determined that Venezuela "should not become a German posses; sion." ' Germany said it was -not to.be permanent and did hot define what was meant by pennannently. ; 1 per mitted John Hay to write a number of notesand then-1 sent for the German ambassador" and said to him: ; ; T. R. Had His Back Up "Thfa vTezuftia business has been o-nfTii rwf ', lone enough and- I afford to lettl get to the point where it will cause trouble for this country. ; , "At that time England was backing Germany and. while I had both against mc Vj. ulc attention to-England. It was the last flicker of England's an tagonism toT the United States. -called the attention of the am bassador to the fact that Germany had a squadorn of war ships near -Venezuela, threatening the mouth of the proposed tfsthmian canak - I demand ed, a statement: of what Germany meant by temporary: possession. "say ing I did not propose to have -any 99 year leases.' - ::"- :v- ' ''" : ---V-.:-. "The ambassador told me he did not feel he was at-liberty to discuss such an" important, question. That confer ence wound up with the following ul timatum: ' ..' ' '; ' r -r - ' z ;; - Dewey WHl Safl In 4& Hours.' a 'J-: 'Tell your government, tha -in 10 days it must arbitrate the matter or I will i3end Dewey down : there.'; :7;:t i cannot send such . a - message, Mr? President; I: do not think you-realize -what it meansjthe ambassador replied .- : " : -- ; -.' "Ton think it means war?' I -asked .: " I do not want tbsay what I -think' w? the reply.- - - . cy ;-': -.' -- If lt means war, -ypu-have chosen the .one; spot where you caouyi us,' 1 replied, and then I showed- by maps our commanaina. yusiuuu, - "When he" retired I sent word to Dewe- to be ready ta sail on an bourns notice:: - About a week - later( the am, bassador- called on me and admitted that he had ; not dared ; send the mes- then tola him that' I "would order Dewey to sail in 48 hours. He told me' It would be an awful thing for this C? Ye ' but it will ' be ' more ; awlul f or your' eountry'I rep.ied--; : : v -o7 : 'inside of 36 hours he came back trniJir. and said he had received in structions - f rp-m- the Oermar govern-- meat that they wouia erumu..,. "'The"'Amertcaa' people can, enable the rr-nch'-to-'maiatain . their.-one. oune o-; ' daT -psr VcACita-consuraption-.cf ,;r by- reducisg; our.. consumpttoTi rne - ttird HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. .THURSDAY. 'OCTOBER 4, 1917 COUXTY -SIXGUTO COSYESTIOS HELD IN IN COURT ROUSE SUNDAT "One of the Best Singings Eier Hc'l.. in - Hendersoniille Same , Preii Re-elected, : . ' - - -The Henderson county "singing con- vention was held in the. court house' Sunday, all day. T.here were neonlft kero-'.frntnoW cti n, ' r" and . choirs to represent nearly every church. The. singinr this , year is said to have been the best in the history of the convention. A number of out of town : visitors were present including IProL and Mrs. Bishop,-of Greenville, o.-.u.; ana Mr. wm; Patterson of the same city. -. : " . On account of . the threatening weather on- Saturday before the con- areVprowd wnni7tt3" rnt 1 large, crowd would attend; mut there, vwiiuou u was noi r tnouent tnat a were more people-here than could.be comfortably seated An the : large court room. : The singing lasted all day. and tfc ) many choirs :had their turns- at sing Ing their favorite songs. -r-. . v.: J. Fanning" -Stepp, of the Hendetson ville Furniture company and one of the county commissioners was re elected president of the convention; A, S. Ednev. of Edneyyille was elected vice' president and Donno Wilkie. -of fc j Pleasant Hill, ' was elected secretary. The convenUon will meet again one year from last Sunday. : Thevarious township singing con ventions will be he.d the fifth Sunda throughout the- county. There are several -township sthat have not -vet ! organized i . .AGAIN CHANGE PLAN AS TO NEGROES IN DRAFT, Will Train Complete Unit of ; Negroes at Each -of 16 Cantonments, Says 'Secretary Baker. - Washington, Oct. 1. Witn'plenty ot room available at the national army cantonments, due to the large number of ttipti tn 1a withdrawn f fill" tfto I nnTiai o-nor-A ni ntho hranao the war department has again modified its plana' for training negrb troops, of the national' army forces. . It. 4 now . the purpose Secretary Baker said to- iday, to .. train a complete unit .of ne groes at- each of the 16 cantonments, instead of, trainirig them only at can tonments ,to which -a considerable number vei30Ttrhe slzt .--of ttbervnH wm aepena upoai ne numoer oi ne gro drafted men from the, divisional area - which supplies each cantonmetii, but Where there - u,. large surplus men -will be sent - to nosts . with - Smal ler numbers lor conslidation with the trainln units there.r-.---C-: n --f - : The first of thecdrafted newoes will be mobilized under the call of October 3. , The-nnmber to ba-taken from each division will -not be uniform - and the allotment' has not been announced. CAPTAIN DODAME AD WRITES ABOUT PACKAGES SENT. BOYS Unless They Are Shipped In Wooden Boxes They Are Received In Worth less Condition. ' 'Parents,' sweethearts and; friends of the local soldier boys stationed at Fori Caswell .are - urged to. ship, jeatables weighing more tharr- five pounds In wooden hoxes. - Captain u. M. uodamead. of the 'quartermaster department at ; Fort ; AflnnntiCflawATl w.nfps tnat a niimher or jsnin-r ... . i ments - made of over five pounds in , pastboard boxes havbeen received in a worthless condition. -The boys have been-sadly disappointed In, receiving good stuff unfit-to eat. : ; .The boys are all well and happy ac cording to latast. reports. : - H TEACHERS ,3tIET SATURDAY. A Lanre Attendance of the County Teachers Heard Good Talks at the . "School BfiRdlngr. v v :: Quite a large 'number "of teachers were present at t!he Tegular . monthly meeting held at the'., graded school buildirg last Saturday morning. A number' of fine, talks and reports were heard. " '-:- :'-' v v -. :' -.v- : The new- year has - started : off "well and the teachers are enthusiastic over an increaseTn attendance, 'j ;? : : - ; .-'- - ' - - T HD r j "r.;5ng to conquer the air is as old as man himself. Far back i reek MytholQgy you.read. ho Daedalus ahd: his son TnOMIn 'flow- fmm thA-wrath of Kine Mi'noa by means of arti- r When the Wrights started experimenting with a flying machine the whole world derided their efforts.- "But determination and a wonderful faculty for discriminatinr between the possible and the '. --'v fallacious Won " out After years of work, " on'-December 17, 1903, ,i ; i Orville Wright first, then Wilbur " Wright, succeeded. In making a ; heavler-than-air machine ri se from the ground . under its own.. .--TnaV:Was.- less than 14 ' ye ars ago and It was then thought mi- : v ; raculbus that ah ! aeroplane could jremainjin the: air -for more than - a minute. . - :::Jf:--:.ti-:-.:'--r-:- ' ' ; '' '" -h v Todays-forward looktog xa en ;are; already; figuring on h regular;; . - -" aeroplane service . after the par- to carry 12: passengers from Lon- ; -: . don to Paris at 80 miles an hour the;" four machines to make, a 't. profitof ' $215,000 a " , The sama determination and ability to ' discriminate , between I,:: :v - the;tvossibIa and the fallacious will win out' in business and in ":-:iadvertIsing Just as purely-and Just as profitably "as they dj . in the conqmest of the air. ... -- r : "f- "Jxeczlzz ryerlstLi-Ty cS'irErfcS Grccs r.-'-rtlei'lT vrtcti- :ir'2'TmmmS Tr.'2l"-t?'" --;' ' - v '-i-' ..: -v-v- "C-' -'"'-"---." """--.------'" --.-v.,-?1 THREE LEADING PHYSICIANS ARE ARRESTED IN BREVARD TUESDAY Plead Guilty -of Violating the Ouaren. : tine Uik ii - Recet Epidemic o! - TScarlct rev.r. I- : :;As an;aftci vaht inic 6i.scv-r:t fei of the recent epl- f ever in -sevoral sec- ; . j -. , ... . ..v- i -xaou m. jo uan,.-pi me &cate tfoara of Health: visited Brevard Monday and Tuesday and investigated the aair, resukins. in the: .conviction - of thre leading; physicians - "in violating' the "quaranine laws of North Carolina. v.:;Engftsh chapel, a -little school house on Davidson River, had beei closed on account of- scarlet' iever in the home of iSdward Taylor,: near by. . One .. of Mt. Taylor's ; daughters, Miss' -Eval Taylor who is. blind, was : sent' to ;the blind tnstituto in ; Raleigh rabout ten days afterwards. -The attending ny ,OT w t. sician. Dr. W M.- Lyda was Indicted before : Recorder- W. H Allison.- where, he i pleaded guilty for hot making z. proper j report to the quarantine officer. Over on Little--. River, wheresik 6 seven cases of scarlet f ever was- f oui;t Dr. ,4.t E. Lyda the"- attendi"ng physi ; cian was -also Indicted on.tho same charge: and found sruflty.'? rxU7,-x - The 'county - qu ar antine ofilce t ' Dr. C. W: " Hunt was indicted for neglec ing his duty "in obeying the. state reg ulations of lacing placards" and liter ature when ca;ses pf scarlet fever. y?a reported' to him..?i--:;r;':"''-.'-- Zf-lz" ' It Is : no known what damage has been done in. allowing the young blind, girl to go to the Raleigh Institute, but this was a clear violation of ,the law. The three physicians were "allowed to pay the costs' in record's court Ti e?, day morning and be dismissed. : TEXAS JUDGE 1TANTS TO v " ' EECniE THE SENATORS. - -Houstn, Te,-Oct. l.Judge. Waller U. Burns, of the TJnited States district court, fin charglngthe federal1 grand jury at the beginning of . the October term today, after, calling by name Sen ators; Stone, of Missouri ; Ilardwick, of Georgia;. Vardaman; of Mississippi; Gronna. "of North Dakota"; :: Gore. - o Oklahoma; and XaFollette, of Wiscon sin; said;. : r- i: f .';; cv '':T.s .v-:"' :w" If I had jl wish 1 would that you men had jurisdiction :to return bills of -' Indictment against these . men They ought to be tried promptly, "and fairly an,d I believe" thlsfcoart could administer,, the law fairly ; - but I ..have a ctriiclioa ;a sttongiis;-Ufe -thatthis country could stand tne ui agalsn an adobe wall.toniorfow'tuid'giye them what they desery..'f.;' 'C- ss SEND INTERNED GERMANS TO - HOT SPRINGS FR05I BOSTON- Boston, Oct. 1 -Government officials announced today that 281 German sail ors from - steamships - which- sought refuge here at -the outbreak of the war, would . be transferred -:, shortly from one of the detention camps in Boston harbor tor Hot Springs N. -C. The chamge, they said was 'due to the fact that the present quarters are not desirable during winter months. - BOARD OF HEALTH OFFICER INSTRUCTS DR, DRAFTS DTIES Dr. Thomas 1L Jordan, Installs Local Physician In New Duties. Dr. -Thos.M. Jordan of the-North Carolina State Board of " Health was in Hendersonville on last Monday ln- 8talline and instructing Dr. A- B Drafts into the quarantine office. Dr r.ranford having resiraed the County Board of Health elected Dr. Drafts naij j not qualified , according to law before the Clerk f the Court. The department "of health will insist upon a strict observance of the quarantine law on the part of all persons, especi ally quarantine officers and the house holders ' where quarantlnable diseases exist. '-. '-: .'- " ' "v.. V; :;-.. " '-:. SFrom here the doctor went to Bret vard to address the teachers institute, and give a demonstration before the teachers of that. county on .inspection of school children for physical defects He. will also, look into the -sarlet fever situationjn that county where schools have been stopped and, find the reason for its spread. W '" .:,;.: :J'. The substitution of. fruits for candy will help the French and English peo- jple. who are practically out of.; sugar from this country. : - -'X ; ';': " " " ' - v j FRANCE WANTS SUGAR NOW, . -WE 2iust,econo:jize ON IT. Jx. HooTer'Asaks That 'ire ?lust Di vide, by CutUnpr Our -Needs into One JRaleigh, SepC 251 The urgency of prompt action upon tne "part - of " the rrouseno.ds,- notei and cafes of the country m .'falling, in "line with the program ot the -bood Administration is" strikingly suggested in a telegram received .by-State Food Administ fa tor Henry A. Page today from -Mr. Her . bert tHooYer,. U. S. uood, Admimstra--tor. - The telegrom, ; which must- re ceive a response from all true Ameri cans, is as follows;- ', . : . f "We have received . a request lrom he French GoTernment that, we allww them to export from the United States 100,000, tons ot sugar' during the neit month and probably "more at a later period : .v 'Z-fdJt -T: "Ouf own situation is that we have just sufficient. sugar . to maintain our normal consumption until the ilrh; of January7: when i the new West; Indian crop becomes "available: to all. : pur consumption "is -at;: the rate otO SO - pounds each year, a little "under four ounces :per""day per: person.-?: The French people-are on a ration of sugar equal to only 21 ounces per annum per person Qr at the; rate of less than one single ounce-per day per person, a liU tie morel than the weight of a silver dollar each day. The ;Engrish .and Italian rations are also not . over One ounce per day. " '- -.i.X . .:1 - : "The -French ' people will beentire-. ly without sugar for over two months if we .refuse to part: with enough from our stock -to keep them supplied with even this small allowance as it is not available f romx any other, quarter. Sugar even to a greater amount than the French ration is "a human necessi ty. If our people will reduce by one third their v . purchases and consump tion of sugar for other uses than, pre serving "fruit which we. do not wish: to interfere withV we can save the French situation - .'..: ;..-V.- - : . ,JIh 1 the1 Interest of ,the French pecK pie and of the loyalty .we. owe them' to" divide on. lood in the maintenance of our common cause I ask the American people to do thisr,. -, - .' "t ' : -: ii-, It'isi unthinkable ithat.e -refuse their requests.-'----.-X" .-..- :J':: j "HERBERT HpOVER S FIRST" PROSECCTIOFUNDEfi M$ NEWGATE QUARANTINE ATV Piutt&W 6l3Ct rot iDutles Quarantine"' Officer. " ;: . ?;4 :..-, -. i" Charlotte; SeptiSDrC. S: Mc Laughlin, county -superin!tendeht - of Health, also county quarantine officer under the new State Euididlogy law, was: indicted here yesterday for failr ufe to. discharge his duties in; refer- enc to- his office as a uaran tine officer for Mecklenburg. County. This is the first prosecution under the State quar antine law recently enacted . by the General Assembly, and was instituted for' non-compliance with the . Public Laws of North Carolina, 1917, chap- less than yu on any stuay, not less . ter. 263. : . :- . - rr r : v than. "95 on deportment." One excused Three counts were brought against, absence1 or one excused "tardy-is al- Dr. McLaughlin by Dr. T. M: Jordan, low.ed, but not one of both. . . a representative of the -.State Board The fololwlng names appear-fore the -of "Health.; These were: Failure to month v.bf September:. . v 'A''-ri : register to 1 householders the proper- First Grade Barnes Bland, William ' instructions regarding; the control of Bangs,4- Houston Case, Calvin' Corn,. contagious diesases; failure to pre- Will Cox Wilber Cartel- Glenn Edney, pare forljiublication in county newspa-1 Raymond Freeman, Claud Grant, - Don--pers monthly report of cases of con-) ald.Garren, A. J.. Henderson, Palmer tagfousT diseasts. in; the county 'and Holmes. Julian Howard, - ' Hubert , neglect to, supply the; public school Justice. Leon Jackson, -Frank Laugh-- teachers of the county the instructions j ter, Carl Morrs; Frank Rozzelle, Har they should havr regarding the con- old Torrence, John ; Vilkins, Joseph -trol of contagious diseases, r Dr. Mc-. Wilson: Joe Wilson.- Minnie Bland,- - Laughlin readily pleaded guilty to the ' charges and submitted to. the. action of; Melvin, . Thomasina Shephferd, .Helen . -the court. ; - : I ; : I :: t V ? Vaugn. Eliza Perry; Clara Fisher, " The particular, incidents that led to ' Jewell Orr. Lee Arledge, Morris Bish- " the" investigation of. Dr. McLaughlin s work as quarantine omcer ot riviecK- lenburg-.'COunty::were -'reports' .made' to; the state uoard ot neaitn oy tne ym- Second - Grade Mildred:. Johnson, zens of Davidson of v an , increasing ; EvangeJtae Justice Margie McCarson, number of scarlet fever . cases at that r Jolmnie May - Stanley, Jane Truex, place, also at Cornelius. The Board, Louise Williams Dorothy Ward, Joe determined . as it . is' that-contagious perryr isaac Arledge, Frank Crawford,. " diseases -shall be controlled as far as :EQCleg Grant, . Douglas . Henderson, passible "by means of the law imme- 0tig Byers, Josephine Brooks . Samuel diately sent a representaUveDr Jor- Barhette Marjorle Davis, LIo d , Gal dan laIecklenbUrg to know,whereiu!n Hamilton -lay the responsibility of these - newly Jonns0n, Nell Jones; Fannie "Justice, developed cases of scarlet ever- It' Katie Lance. Nellie Lyda Marion Mor- -was. found that sixteen of the schools 1 riSj . Vera 0rr Max Pulleil, Steven -in. the - gtepp, Edna" Sumner. . V" weeks. and that neither the parents- or j .hird Grade-Jeahnette Balle. Flora - householders no ' the teacners n&a feived literature -or. instruionsfroni the county -quarantine officer lug their duty In regard To Infectious; and contagious diseases, as is -re(nUr- j ea Dy nuiuauiiu, rearonsibllity - was centered on : the county, quarantine - officer- and -constituted the charges for his indictment Fatton-iStewart ii?aalnff.i , . Just .;as The .Hustler is.gokig to : rts; Myrtie?Barnette. Helen Flcker, -press the wedding; ceremouy:of Miss ;TratFauikner pKalherine yalentins, Sallie Pattonland.Mr Julius StewartB Wbitire, Helen Drafts." wasbemg performed at the First BaB -, Fgth Grade-Charles Collins, Cal- vst. cuurujjrvcv. v"4 "" ! lie. Gregory. Beii Brown. . clatmg; -The details of the" ceremony :;Nirith Gade Vincent Staton wl be contained, in next week s-issue. Tenth Grader-Bertha .Tami;oh, Al A large- number ;of . very v andsome - jetat PIatl-1 Eleanor " Plank. - Mary presents hav- been received by. the f Brown; Helen; Brooks. Irem Caldwell, hridA who. is' one -Of the best Known 0.1,;- oa.t w,ao youn ladies the countvShe Is naugnier 01 oquire.-uouu .-0,1, wf Flat Rockr I i Washington ;pct3--Pftns" for aa 1 i even morefvigbrousvround loyal persons and actnai nioicers against - the . Government ; were dis co ssed by '.President . Wilson - fid -I v I Cabinet this atternoon--;rAttorrfiv J GonerarGregory:was able'for t"v ) time -ta"laT.,lfore.th..btoet'.-tBe;ro?.. suit or tne miuat .mBaign, cenzeTinjr i at-t'caco.-and the possibility . r.rpr . nnir.ne- country, joi pro-1 ait PRICE FIVE CENTS FIRST lONTH OF SCHOOLS PROVES SUCCESSFUL BEGINNING . Hoiwn Roll and Information Parents I Should Know of Graded Sclrools. - ...Last Friday close'd. the ;first month of the city . schools and ' the records r" show that much progress ia being -made. -" The attendance for the montn has . been fine.land both teaehers and1 -pupils seem to Je interested in their work." ; : :j : - ' -""-The per cent of 'attendance' of the enrollment required for , a half 3 holi day at the end of each scholastic jnont) r is 97.5; and only three grades: in schqot failed to i make this hofiday7for the -month of September. ; . . - : - ; - - .- The total enrollment for the montn, and the average, daily, atendance for the ; different departments are as -fol-; ' Ipws'ij':':;?:; - :Primary grades, l'to 3, enfollmeiit - -231, - attendance 21 9 ;. intermediate 5" grades, 4 to 7, enrollment' 181, attend- " ance 177; high school; enrollment .120 "-" attendance 114. All told there hav been 532 enrolled with an average at-'- -tendance of 510 for the month. Though the -enrollment is not so large: asit ' may haye been, a-few times before, the -attendance basedr on' that"' enrollment v is .excellent,- :r : - .w .";- : 5 The . Domestic" Science 1 departmeht, whichr is;open:tQ: onlyf :the second, -third, and fourth "years of the" High v school has 22 members' in. its two- sec- V tions;: and : the pupils are" ; delighted' with ; this new "work, ,Aifto- ladies -other - than regular pupils "in . the -school are -availing themselves of the opportunity . to.- take this. courseand there is room for -two or three fathers -shoud any more wish to Join the class i The Comemrcial Department under ' the supervision and management of Prof.. C. J. Wilson, is doing splendid work. Full courses :in ; bookkeeping. ' " shorthand, and typewriting; are. offer- ed, and about 10 pupils i' are taking some - part of this work. Credits to. '. hyard3 graduation are given- for work - none m; this deoartment just the sam " as-- on : other subjects in the f hib' SChOOl .'.:' t::X: tH';:. - " - The Music Department, too; is mak- . ' ing progress, the class J haying :r each-. ed,-at" the Closeof the-firstmonth, 20 mrhumber.;-: rTbjsiiscsiightly;; larger than usual,;and Mrs.';Wheelright states -that Ibe 'isexpecting an ' assistant iwill be U necessary . within a short time Music is an important -part of almost every, human being, and we hope -that. the-tirne is notlf ardistant s in. the f u- ' tuf rwhen enderspnvll r eaL? publia schoQl musictaghtUii. " every-grade Lin the schooh - -r . The basis for the Honor : Roll" this , ,.' year, is as .011pwd;tTfidsepupTls';! of-" the''flrst--ancLaecond:gradesho.-havc . excelient:leportment. and iwho do' not have more than one excused Y absen ce - lor one excused" tardy mark against them : will .. have their names on - the honor roll. Pupil3 from the third grade through the high school in order to get on the honor roll must mke.not Eunice Bennett i Pauline Lewis; Edna - " op, Otho Drake, Edward Foster. Stokes Fuller, Charles -Israel. Edgar Lyda,' - ;Dwizht' - - Moran"' r ' . . - - n&fc;tmareaa Shepherd,' . Murray .Brooks, Paul Orr. Margaret Hallman, regard-j,, Kilpatrickr.Car- fo1. ua0 T.ia T,1.ti Fourtn Grade Pauline Borwn, Wit-; Case, Anna Clark. Elizabeth" Erins- haus,-Ethel Johnr.Kay Orr, . Margaret Rozier,; Cecil Shepherd, Lonnle Free man Lerma Hawkins. , - f Ct-rtVi : riMlolTr Pnlwrt - At ; mnvino -nATxrin ivAirt Weil f fnr- fevthGe--AlHne Drfee, V- 0rr ..MinnAPattersonT" CHIEF POWKR4 -A UBESTS." WG! n' Ouaniltr LfrtUftrs Boun Over to CczrL P: onr . -r wimen,were fod 1 ' Chief of PbticA Powprs.Tast tri: a laree quantity pt Hmor. rrcz n.rripffi'' fid ;.frieVl before a raarfsrrt -and boimdiOTer- to , court ;ndr :jnHf!eJ ho?id!?5F,hwas. rcfl'iv f. IczlZstzz'z c AiTillo.