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aTJJ '"'Am "- ' -j J sr - - - ;. : - ' . III. . - l l VOL. XXIV; NO. 46 BMEYVUE EdneyviUe Township Will Undertake Eirst Communitj Fair on Thanksgiv ing; Several Prizes to be Awarded.. D. P. Moss, when in town. Monday, reported fine prospects for the Edney viUe township fair, which will be held all day on Thanksgiving at Liberty school house. Mr. Moss had secured from the bus iness houses of Hendersonville very liberal gifts in cash and. merchandise as. premiums for the boys and girls, who will exhibit some of the finest products they grew during the past summer. - This is Edneyvllle's first attempt at a township fair and jet far mem bers of the Agricultural club, which Is promoting it. feel highly encouraged over the undertaking. Mr. Moss said that a number of Hen-' j -in- i- i.j...... tt UC1SUUU'1C ywyiv uimcaieu lueir m - tention of attending the fair. I 11 MWi mm, ( COUNTY TEACHERS HAD GOOD MEETING SATURDAY. The meeting of the county teachers on Saturday at the graded school building proved, ery interesting 'r A helpful and entertaining xa "was rendered. . , y The meeting was opened with des votional exercises by Rev. A. W. Far num. The male quartet of Tuxedo rendered a number of well received selections. Prof. G. W. Bradshaw talked on "attendance," and Mrs. J. L. Redden talked on "punctuality." Pres ident J. O. Bell urged a good attend ance at the teachers assembly in Charlotte this week. Owing to North Carolina day and the assembly of teachers in Charlotte no meeting ofthe county teachers will be held in December. The next- meet ing will be held on the fourth Satur day in January. . . 1Y03IEN WILL WEAR LESS NEXT YEAR THAN ECER BEFORE. IS ANNOUNCED. Reformation, jln Dress to Save About Ply ',, TUAUVOflllll is i , MTMRKSG aS'ltcpt Cent f.l!3fateriajTeir?-Jjjld33nent f ected Also. WTashingtoiL Nov. 23. With the aid of the French ambassador, M. Jusser - and. reformation . in women's dress styles for 1918 with a saving of twen- ty-five per cent, in the amount of ma- terial used has been effected by the commercial economy board of the Council of National Defense. Men's clothing styles also have been simpli- fiprl and Vn a creat extent standardized with a saving of about forty per cent, i willinglv undertake the task of enroll- and further information if you want, i Shelby aod Messrs. Grigg of Lawn ir matoriii thnnsnnHs nf norm an oi,iit moiflD i The contest, is onen to all persons 1 dale. N. C were here last week on The story of how changes kere wroueht in the proposed creations of U XUMJbVlAMM Parisian modistes for the -American Along the Atlantic coast, where dan market next year, was told today by ger from alien id otters is considered 3 W. S. Gifford, direct of the council, in greatest, the registration enterprise HORSE SHOE CURVES. announcing that the economy board is studying the problem of so-called es- .. . - x . a . j sential and non-essential industries with a view of effecting readjusments as gradually as possible. Faced with a shortage of wool, the economy board celled on the French ambassador. M. Jusserand. communi- cated- with hi3 government .with the result that the cooperation of the de- signers was secsured. : probably will have placed troops to j Whether dresses will be shorter or guard the most important piers and ! HORSE SHOE The whole coni-ti-hter or merely less elaborate has docks at eastern seaports. They will muiuty welcomes Rev. . Loneycut not been announced. supplement the private guards who back as pastor of the Methodist church In all cases where itis necessary to went jon duty today under employ of;TIlls s his fourth year, curtail use of raw materials, the war dock owners .at request of the depart- i Rev. Torn Jimison and family are :-firstriPs borrd and the commercial ment of justice. ' moving to Mt. Airy. Their departure economy board will work with the Department of justice officials said is a loss to the social and .church cir nanufacturers rather than with, the troops would not be used generally as clcs of our community. coVsumers. Mr. Gifford said. This guards. They probably will be em-' Miss Flora Murry has., returned to tos decided after close study of rail ployed at. Norfolk,, Newport News, ner home at Canton. Phases of industries likely to he affec- bv thp war. during which it was fo.'nd that injustice and waste woum result from the efforts to classify cer tain products a non-essential to the Prosecution of the ar or as a frivo lous us of material needed elsewhere. While the economy hoard frowns on the use of unnecessary belts and trim .-l.T,imt . ' ftifjrfil PLENTY OF THEM. (From Newland Mountaineer.) The Hustler, of ' Hendersonville, j rories the Momtaineers to gether" editor:? I of two weeks ago, c ling its readers that it carries a t- -.A -tv ni.nl 4v anv rnmmn1tv that is that a newspaper needs moral as well as financial suoport. The e.!or is sl-ri to see his brethren getting inter- ested in these editorials, for this is not the worst place on .earth and if they will all trim their brooms a little tov will find dusty corners at home that should be. cleaned up. 3Iexicans Want Interned Men. Fi PPo. Texas Nov. 20. A request of fie Mexican government that the nearly 500 Mexican federal soldiers who crossed to the United States when Ville followers captured Qjinaga and mterned be nermitted to return to Mexico has been transmitted to Wash- inspector-general of -consulates. mings, the puouc win not De urgeu w "'v - r x j TJ nPTl0H tn h!m on the Southern rail forelo such luxuries, but the makers because they are needed in paying the pened to Wm on the Southern ran ....1,1- t,0ti. mQTnifnn- new internal war tax on many articles t lew weens ago. .... ... . . n - tt t n I ion i nn j in miii-ri iiriiih i 11 - vaa . ill UKZ OOXWU KJ wvw v w-- mm b tm r Oil -AVAY FOR SOLDIERS The Henderson county' soldiers at Fort . Cas well will have a big Thanks giving dinneras a result of the loving remembrance "in which they are held by the people "back home." '. The committee of ladies met on Tuesday and packed the numerous gifts and they were really . in abund ance thebest varieties of many, as sortments of eatables. The -ladies were highly pleased with the ready response of the people for everything ? that was, called for. - j The number of contributors was - large and commendable and the com- mittee felt that some of the most no- i.vi. r . , . . ... , Jll 0Ul v ?6 . meiXlASe?; among them being that of. J. O Bell ? Ft edJt Wh? contributed air the mtcoii m uuiuuei-, mai m ty. an abundance of eiearettp.s. The turkevs were ehlDoed on iw rather than in rnnkpd rwnrtitirm ottfiA TT ----- request of the soXdiers. The ether ..41.1 J XI " t.1 . . j wuwcb iu uw Buiyiueut were po.ca.eu tO supply some person in every cum Tcesday morning at the Mere Qio-munity. eery company's- store. - -:- j- THOUSANDS OF GERMAN RESIDENTS ARE FORCED aft av Jt Hum HOKflc - - i sending in the best news letter. This For iaany.tne Move Meant Also Loss ' ill be given to some correspond vmniv.. fn. 1VII1 . it . dent each week but not to the same of EinploJment; They 1V1R b HrfP. . corre8ep0ndent twice in one mobb ed, Government Anxious to. Treat The correspondent sending in the best Law-Abiding Germans With Court-4 ietter each week will have credit and esy and Consideration. jif nA or.8he wins the $1 once during -ttt i . T A -- , vvasningion xsov. l. Thousands of unnaturalized Germans were forced to SI toJ " umj ier - aut oiuer esxaDiisnmenis ae- This offer applies to present corre- a . besides knittine wrist clared barred zones by President Wil- ! spondents and new ones who will un- I lf besides Knitting wrisi sotfs alien enemy proclamation. For dertake the work. The- Hustler " , , many the new regulations meant not 'wants a good correspondent in every Mrs. Wilson Morgan is giving all of only the actual moving of the, place of section of the countv, boyor girl, man &v&re time to the soldiers, knit residence, but the loss of jobs in the or woman, who can write facts in a , ting sweaters and wristlets for them, forbidden areas as .well. .legible manner. . - - Rev. Tom P. Jimison and -family To those without work, . including 1 Scoring will be made on the follow- dined with' Mrs. IS. E. Davenport on many dependents, the federal employ- ment agencies were open and officials were emphatic In explanation that the help.. these agencies in finding new em - for.the aliea ehemies would not be withheld. This was only one government's anxiety tiding: Germans with , courtesy and consideration, while ao- : plying drastic rules to detect the few i with harmful intent. j Mayors or eastern seaport cities to- day were asked for the co-operation of their police departments in the ree- istartion of alien enemies under the President's proclamation and a few early replies to the department of iustiee indicated that rhf nr7iV wnnln Ct w Wi. v muii iilUlO and soliciting data on their occupa- tions and habits for future reference.! will be undertaken first, and will be followed later by registration in the x t interior, ( John Lord O'Brien, special assistant to the attorney general, in charge of ; enforcement of the alien proclamation, ; expects to complete regulations for the registration late this week, and to put them into effect next week, j By that Wme the war department boston, iew lor, aiumore. r-nna-1 delphia and a few other ports Pennies in Big Demand, Copper cents are now in great de ""1- .u:r:"::: strange lu- view ui ich-l iuui iuuucj is more plentiful than heretofore. Cents or pennies, as they are general- i l n.nTrn ti Uaranfnra naar ! itliU 111 J ' ' ailj vyajo uui uw tvuiui v. uov.u. ; r or instance, ine.use oi pennies is much greater" at all railroad stations now because of the war tax on all passenger tickets and freight bills. ! Any one traveling now must pay 8 per -" . i j j from tlio EArinna flP.mriAnt. - cent additional 10 iue uusi uj. lust-tn- j gam johnsCn and wiie of ienaer et The increase in postage' now Te- sonville visited their mother on Sun. quires an additional cent, on every let- - ter. tne rate Demg tm . insjead of two as heretofore your pennies and make change Chatham Record., . Saves easier ri?c T R TARSOX RUTS E. f INGRAM'S HOUSE. ' A large real estate deal was made thi wpek when Mrs. T. B. Carson pur-, chased the residence and former home of E C Ingram of Wadesboro, located on Fifth avenue. The resju Gm been condaicted as a 'hoarding nou e under the name of the Florida nouse . for a number of .years. q Mrs Carso and familv ave moved into their new home. The saie closed, tnrougu ;"c x"'"; "rM, . j closed through company. . i tato dealers. HENDERSONVILLE. N. C. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29 I s . . . . . , LIFE OF HENDERSON COUNTY' MIRRORED BY NEWS PARA GRAPH FROM MANY S ECTl TELLING OF MOYE- MENTS OF THE PEOPLE. A WORD TO CORRESPONDENTS. . - " TTia cmmtTT cnrrpannnflenfio in the w -r - Hustler never made a better appear- ance in number of news. letters and! . .- .. - . . , . I ne. vSUe ,than l?ey ,? J3 week.. The Hustler naturally feels ; proud of the work its correspondents,, are aoing ana irusis ijiai ea.ua corre-i .1 Th nowi.tpttAi ormtut hArina next I - woot U.miar nrirrHnondents harsl vAan :t,o, etomnc mioa nTid Rtn - tionery and the Hustler would be sad . I ' . lu""ou:u 1" Ka' Z . . Study the news" letters publlsnecl his week. They are fine and are good .models to follow. Beginning with the first issue. in December the Hustler is going to give Ml', each ' week to the . correspondent. I the month he or she will receive credit I vv " w- fnr other letters and every three months $5 will be given to correspon - dent, making .highest pointy perf ec- . Ion during tue tnree momns. - , ing basis: j News ralue. meaning its importance : as a news story, 30 points. ' Preparation, care, in-preparing copy. ""30 - poi.nts. ' Regularity with which news letters are sent in, one being desired eacn week. 30 points., Length of letters 10 points. Corre- spondents are expected to write all. the news and stop, even though letters j be short. i The Hustler wants at least 20 cor-j re?r.on(ients. Don't wait for some one i else to begin. Send in a news letter from your section next Monday or Tuesday and ask for rules for corre-: snondents. stamns and stationery, i i outside of Hendersonville & & 2 3 3 ( .1 Horse Shoe People Remember the Soldier Boys; Asheville Man Buys Reese Place and Will Riiild Bunga- low; HendersonTille Students Visit Homes; Canadian Buys Robinson Place; Other Horse Shoe 3Tews; Mn and Mrg Danjel Kilpatrick of ' ! Hendersonville and Mr. and Mrs. Tyre Duncan of Old Fort are visiting their parents. Mr. and-Mrs. Vance Duncan. R. M. Brannon, "Walter Brannon and wife of Canton visited H. P. Brannon last week. J. B. Johnson is still improving that hap- road HViom AlHnn flTlfl Whit NlfhOlSOn jiu nave ueu veij uuo.y m wiuiuu ity shredding the bounteous crops of the farmers. .,. . Miss Mary Duncan of Saluda spent tne week-end with her mother. n Jnhnsinn of Hendersonville was a visitor here on. Sunday. j Gus Johnson of Asbevine was a ;home Sunday. He was accompanied ?by Misses May Stansell and Benlali . - A Bruton. i- Tom Duncan of Asheville is visions his mother. ' . The ladies of Horse 'Shoe and the grounding community sent the home boya at Fort Caswell a large supply of "eatables for Thanksgiving, Mnffitt hs returned to Hendergonville Fitzgerald of Asheville has, thReese laCQ at Horse shoe o bungalow... Misses Annie Johnson Sue Duncan, ' Sarah and Eliza Ladson were at home ' y " ' - ' ' ' - ' ' ' - --, i (Saturday from the Hendersonville i graded school. , Miss Lexine Daven- - nSnrf ,-ura e Alan o- fmma .- rv.v,i wau uv U4V iiua a' aosuci u school. ; rVar.c,rri, ik iiaunostiiuR -OCX uvea nil luc umu the Baptist church on Thursday omin at n o'clock. In the even at g o'clock special services will neiQ for tne soldiers Mrs. Helen M. Nichols' music class . Is increasing, weekly. v sue has a ' k nf a large number of pupils. 1 Wi Powell killed a number o! large hos last week. y - - Carl Leverett of Asheville, visited his parents last week.. -' " Miss Cella" Johnson of Atlanta, Ga., is Tisitiag her mother. . Mrs. Cajrie Johnson; - . , - Mrs. -Manson Morgan of Asheville is visiting MrA. Wilson Morgan. I Ernest Foster of Canada has bought the Robinson place near Horse Shoe. George Morgan has gone to Ashe yilleto consult an oculist. Manson Blythe and; wife are im- : ui uTiug Diunij fc w f j - . c e . "deTOtinK ai allf herfta ktSSgf fr ttle soidiers. She is completing her Monday. Miss Maude Duncan is teaching a good school at Horse Shoe. The at- 1 tendance is Jarge. , jj EDNEY YILLE. - " tg. x&. x a jggi n" " "" "" ' ! Dr. Gibus or heiby Buys Gibson Pro perty: 3rs. ronton Suffers With Paralysis Mrs, Neely Yery 111; Other Eavtej ville. News. EDNEYVILLE. Dr. M. W. Grigg of j Dusinesp- ur. urigg nas purcnaseu members of the eonimunity. The door the Mr Maude Gibson property and receipts t0 be Ugid for tlle benefit of : expects to bring his family here to the school A jr&e crowd attended spend fiie surnmers. !and everyone seemed to enjoy it very I Prot R. E. Neely, manager of the:much. f (business department of the Hickory high school, was called home last week . sP Yir oATimiQ illnoco nf Vn" J mothei Mrs A. j Neeiy. Mrs Mary Coston is suffering from a stroke of paralysis.. Her condition j seems to be very serious. Mrs. Clyde Wolcott. arid little son, La Vera, of Nashville. Tenn., is spend ing some time here with her father, Prof. C. F. Betts. Mrs. Seymour of Asheville is spexid- ing the week with her parents, Mr. and i Mrs. E. E. Lowrance. ast week weighing 430 pounds. AKGELINE NEWS. k&. 6 iYi ir r tt" i : w i i. Senator Allen Will Crib About Bushels of Corn; Tom Carland and . Family Will Move to Boylston; 3Ir..able to purchase on Britton Sells. Farm and Will Move to Roylstori; Other Angeline Kews. FLETCHER. R. F. D. The Metho dist "congregation was very much pleased to have Rev. Honeycut return ed to this work. t Mrs. D. L. Johnson has returned after a visitto her daughter, Mrs. T. E. Neal. at Inman, S. C. Mrs Everett Pence visited in Ange- line last week. I ident's proclamation of October, a. un- of supr)iies will be permitted to go T. J. Roberts of Alexandre spent j less applications' for license are made fro mthe United States to Russia until the week-end with relatives. j at once, according to a telegram re- the situation in that country clears.;. T. B Allen expects to break the ceived from Herbert Hoover this af- rj-n American government, before ?.! corn record for one farmer on Mills 'ternoon by State Food Administrator .jowiEg tne exnort of aroods already on -River. He is, not expecting to crib j Henry A. Page. ' the docks, want3 to know into, whoe, less than 3,000 bushels. War times j in his wire Mr. Hoover stated that jjand3 they will fall on their arrival. slta eic'ht daughters are enough to many firms and individuals had failed , l make the . ex-senator get 'a. double so far to make application, notwith-- Pershing Reports Casualties, shuffle, on himself. -standing the fact that they should have . -Washington Nov-19. Gen. Persh- - The schoolat Smolcey Hollow wiHi done so, before November first. Mr. ins; -il0S reported to the war ; depart close the 23th' of November. It has Hoover's telegram was in effect an-l" that two men. were killed, in ac been a short but very successful term, announcement to those that "time's f .n nT1 xov 13. Three were severely . Thp rnmrenepment exercises wiiKbca short but patriotic. . M. M. Britten has sold his farm on ! Mills River and is- moving to nis farm jmodities- from, sell them to, or to han. ! Tn -f T,r!W annonpments on Boilson. f die them for any person or firm who that the American Red Cross doe? John C?emson"has returned to bihas not secured the license and com-":Jloi- annrove the cha.in-letier system work on the railroad after a week's: plied with the provision which requires Df raiMn? morr.' that it h? .ijevr -visit in this community., jthe license to place on every contract. Q1.yinrt7 aT1v oham-letter, nroinot err. Balfour Butler has leased-the Mor ris Farm. Tom Carland will move from the Morris farm after a iep.se of six years to his pwn'farm on BoiMon. J . C. 1917 & HENDERSON YILLE, R"l. v ' - r 1 , s Jesse Sherman Bays. Home and Moves jjaniHy; . juiss Kector Teaches Scholw Corn Shuckings and Other News. HENDERSONVILLE, ROUTE 1. The Mt. Vernon Sunday school gave a nice Thank3Kivine entertainment Sunday afternoon. I Jesse .Sherman and family recently moved to Tracey Grove, where they purchased a new home. A number of S. V. Corn's neighbors aided him in shucking out his com Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. W. Henderson attend ed their father's corn sjiucking near Dana Tuesday, - Miss Mary Rector recently took charge of the Mt. Vernon school. Si CRAB CREEK NEWS. 4 . Risr Revival at Crab Creek; School Work Progressing Nicely; Mr. Duke JKOves and Enters Mercantile Bust ness in Columbia. r ETOWAH, HL The " revival ser vices conducted at -Crab Creek by Rev. L Allison for. the past week have been a great success. ,The church seems to be greatly revived with the addition of four - members7 for baptism. :; ; The baptising wilk be." on Wednesday. Dea 5, and the meeting will continue on until -the following, Sunday. Services in the morning at 11 and at 7 o'clock at night - The school at Crab Creek is pio gressing nicely under . the care of Arthur Gibbs. Mr. Gibbs is one cf our worthy young vnen who is prepar ing himself for the ministry. The patrons of this school district feel that they have made no mistake in the selection of Mr. Gibbs for their school teacher. He is doing good work in the school. He is also a"gbod worker in the church, prayer meet ing, and Sunday school. . t: Mrs. D. A. McCrary is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Ethel Jackson of Old Fort, Va. " Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Duke of Crab Creek, have moved to Columbia, S. C, where Mr. Duke will be engaged in merchandise business. . - - & & FLETCHER XE1VS. & Fletcher l'cPils Give Gocd. Minstrel; w? US?0d- rA? Metcher Sold SO Pigs in 40 Minutes, - . , FLETCHER The minstrel given at the Fletcher graded school Friday night proved to be quite a sue- cess. It was given by the teach- ova nf fVio crVirrl anH cavarol - The school at this place is doing! excellent work under the efficient in ' lrj n ir:, Lanning and Miss Osborne. The aver- age is keeping up better than usual. . Mrs. Hugh V. Valker of Greenville, S. C, who was the guest of Mrs. H. M. i Roberts for a few days, returned to : her home Saturday ; Misses Linne Cunningham and Gussie . Lance, who are in school at Fruitland. returned home Friday af- ternoon and attended the minstrel. J. P. Fletcher cold 30 piss in 40 mln- utes Saturday morning, the sale hours Europe as he has observed itat first being from 7 till eight a. m. S'o:ne of hand. Every member is urged to at our neighbors didn't go to bed for fear tend this meeting and those who are ' they would miss the sale of a pi 2- not now members are especially re The writer was thinking of getting one QVh ted to attend and take some one for meat another year. Met come of. my, friends et-Cane Creek bridge rnij they told me the Fletcher pigs were all sold in 40 minutes, so I am left blank. j But I shall live m hopes that on some future day not far distant, I will be; FRANK SMITH. ! UNLICENSED DEALERS WILL BE PROSECUTED. V . Applicants Must he Made at' Once, Ad- ministrator Declares. Raleigh, N. C, Nov. 23. Step3 will be initiated .immediately to suspend , t the trading operations of firms or per- j sons subject to-license under the pres- j up. Firms which have licenses are ex- ipressly - forbidden to buy food com- order, acceptance of order, invoice, to use fh name of the Red Cro quotation and price list his license anv -3 letters of this nature, ar fn number. Any infringement 'of this circulation and r-n conies of them shou. be reported to State Food Ad- hve been forward . 0 National Head mnistrator Page. v quarters for explanation. PRICE FIVE CENTS H PI Makes Splendid Showing of TFork Ac complished During Past Year; Re ports of Treasurer, Superintendent and Chief of Staff. - The Patton Memorial hospital has a host of loyal supporters in and around. Hendersonville. They have given time, talent and means to make" it a v success. They have a great pride In its work by reason jjf its usefulness and heroic efforts pt some in estab lishing and maintaining this worthx institution, hence the following annual reports will be received with keen in terest: ; Chief of Stan's Report, f or j Tear IfoY. s ?11M to Nov. 4 : 1W7, Patton Memorial HospitaL No, of patients treated:. 14"J ; . No. of deaths - -7. No. patient days for year. . .-,1831 Average cost per patient per day $L8S . Superintendent's Annual - &tatess&' : Nov. W191 to Nov, 1, 1917. Patton Memorial HospitaL - - ' " - ' V ASSETS.' : ' Operating Rooms Pees. S87.C3 . Rooms andBoard :3,48"LE3 Special Nurse' 80.C Special Nurse's Board ; t2X3 Extras : i - - 4L0 LIABILITIES. Household ' :- $1,457.93 , House Supplies.. 4- Drugs-- Fuel ; i Freight and; Drayage Phone Rent and Tolls. L Llehts. ': 287.82i 110.69 263.73 7.52 27.69 75,50 Salaries and Wages.:,.- 1.070.0& Insurance 45.25 Paint'sand Paintings u 165.75 Repairs --,: 15.45 Laundry . - ; 320.34 JEfialr:-" ' , $3,852.88 Treasnreifs Report for Tear Kot U ;;: 1916, to Nov. U1917. . ' Patton Memorial Hospital. 7 . .DEBITS. ; v , -BaTa21W5f03J Hospital receiptsiroT'yearr-J?2.12 J Dues " 25.00 , .Dnnnt.ions ! - bo.bs : On old accounts 153.74: $4,143.42 CREDITS Checks for current expenses as i per cheCk took $3,852.88 Checks on back liabilities. 67.21 Refunds 12.00 Bal in bank Nov i"l917 211.33 . " - ' ' $4,143.42 RE CROSS MEETING K NEXT SATURDAY r 1 Dr. c. Tebeau Attends Red Cross. meeting In Asheville and Prepares Outline of Campaign for Member ship in This County. . y There will be a meeting of the Red Cross at the City Hall, Saturday. Dec. i at 3:30 q'clock. A prominent speaker has been secured. He will tell of the work of the Red Cross ia, with them. The Christmas membership Red Cross campaign unll start throughout to country on. December 17 and close or the 24th. A. C Tebeau. "ho is chairman of "- committee in Henderson coun ty, r 'ended a meeting of various Red Cro ' workers in Asheville Tuesday and hr.rd Willis J. Milner, jr.;' of 'At- lanta executive secretary of the Southrr division, cutnne. metnoas ior the ca aign. the opening gun of which D '"ebeau will fire through the Hustler nc: t week, ; . " ctop FMpments to Russia, "Washington Nov. 20 No shipments wounded and three vslightry wounded. 4p?n'? tfce Chain Letters.