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II 14 II v SI iik' Lionirv DRY ILY Record - BRITISH ! INTO HICKORY, N. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING,APRIL 11, 1917 PRICE TWO CENTS PRESS FURTHER ROOSEVELT GERMAN TERRITORY PLAN , Behind Hindenburg Line at Most Im portant Point Prisoners Number Eleven Thousand -German Line Turned by Re cent Advances by Tommies. HfiS RHNn iSIF RH f RRF&f FflRR HRflP OVER llUND 111 ft W l' 9VW W k. lailak ! I Ik! W W J? W B ' I ED FOR 1 LAID BEFORE IS URGED BY OF i . DIVISION HOUSE WILSON ' i - I RED VICTIMS FACTORY EXPLOSION JWIashington, April 11 (Colonel i Roosevelt, full of his old-time vigor Washington, April 11 President Wjilson and his cabinet at Tuesday's; Hi VVlAll IVUMVU A.cAi j XifchJfc-f , Hr;:.-"- Gern" !"; inuii H;'"'' live 111 -' : jus; m-r;u UCi. the f"r,v the r'!'"r J" ,;' in; i'lu' Jurinir '.hire w.i" jun1 i'!i ; r,.ii!y n.' n;uiv pturivi. The !.. fwU"! hi the m '!"' buri: where naturally the l'.r. front r. .-..ci:itvl Tress) .trying their groat of , n-as-I.tns front, the ,..i,iU'.l farther into the . rritory behind the fu-line- ,l( statement from ., the capture of the ,;ui,y !e I'rux, nearly :' ;i.a-t of Arras and .. . Ami -Cambrai main re.-;s alon other ashling line contin- ,. tirst swift rush of j !f1l IIMTCCDQ Tfl lULUillLLIVO IU (By the Associated Press) .Washington. April 11 Adminis-I , 1 . i 1 ' i . i m l i ! I t persor biU authoriz a $5,000,000,- of war activities, found that every 'tJt"ltthe fSmomel000 bnd isSU6' f wWch ?3,000,000,- step possible to equip the army anM in the appearance' of the American' 000 will be loaned to the entente al-'navy and turn out munitions is un-j ;r. a a i: i:J u.r u i x.j-.. der way, and decided that the most aim inci ltau suiuicis, lunuu-, lies, was laiu ucxuic tin; House lUUav i j x xu x',. ... upon the "ring linc iniby ,he ways 5?"TJS tt ls"oT t"oT i ranee. ...:xt. ,.x -x i! j... i ; .,! i ri.i , :J . l i i: i witii every uiusuctii lur lis eariy SLUI1S aim uceaii-KUiiii; vcaacio, aim i t i mi Mr 1 1 ruL i Mn ii i iii.iii'ii ins Belief That Holocaust was Result of Plot Grows Early in Afternoon List of Dead was Giv en at 116 Four Investigations ' in Progress. plans for recruiitng a division ofj passage. Arrangements had been LEAVE HERE SHORTLY Capt. D. G. Coy, commander of the ocal camp of Volunteers of America, ve is ever, out probably will be asked to surrender ,i -respondents in-j his work here by a committee of the ,',rk f consolidate Associated Charities appointed to in vestigate the conduct of the Volun ,u was taken uP tei,r!5 here for the past three months, thoroughly while, arui southern headquarters may be of this task1 given an opportunity to send another ii . i i : -.1. x 1. - ,.1 n of the pres-'0URtr lu memory io ia.e iiuugu The appointment of the committee was the result of rumors that Cap- have been tain Coy and Lieutenant Lloyd had j taken a few days olf the latter part of last month and gone to Atlanta :!-.. ating Germans. Al- ;) l l.uin) men and guns made for Leader Kitchin to pilot the bill, as well as other measures. The bond issue bill will be taken up in the house tomorrow, probably with out a rule limiting debate. Mr. Kitchin is certain that it Will be ap proved by the house by Friday night. Chairman Kitchin in introducing and reporting the measure said it troops Detore .President Wilson at a half hour conference at the white house, and during the remainder of the day and evening was busy with callers at the home of his. daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Longworth. He talk ed about his project to the chair men . and minority leaders of the house and senate military committees and made arrangements to write thp.lYi lptfrpra irivino1 mn-ro cnofifip Ho tails. He conferred with Secretary would pass by Friday night Baker and with Howard Coffin, Dan iel Wlillard and Julius Rosenwald, members of the advisory commission of the council of national defense. lie also received calls from the Brit ish, French and Japanese ambassa dors. Assistant Secretary of State Phillips, Assistant Secretary of tht Navy franklin Roosevelt many sen ators and representatives and a score or more of personal friends. The colonel apparently enjoyed him self thoroughly. He did not spend a quiet moment from early morning until late at night. At all of his con ferences he spoke not only of his own PBESU1EN CONFERS I WITH SPEAKER CLARK (By Associated Press) Wlashincrton, April 11. President raise sufficient money to finance Am erica's part in the war and make lib eral loans to the entente allies. For present activities the allies are understood to be well supplied with munitions, and to have as man, men in the field as they can equip and f-i under present conditions. Through a co-ordination of the mu nitions huastry in the coaniry, ana the raising of a large army, the Un ited States will be in a position later to supply any need in either field. Members of the council of nation al defense, who are also members oi the cabinet, have beenstudying the best methods of aiding in the de feat of Germany, and they took to the president word that the BLPSTOL The First Natioal Bank of Hick ory is the purchaser of the 10-year refunding sewer bonds of the city of Hickory, the local institution bidding most ! $5.50 more than the next highest com pressing need of Europe is for food and money. .President Wlilson personally ap pealed to farmers today through the tatives today for conferences petitor. The First National's offer for $11,000 in bonds was $11,122.50, leading- the field of 14 bidders. iThere was plenty of competition,1 National Agricultural societv to make but the bids did not run very high, I it t.hpir nat.riotic dutv to increase the.: and the bids were all close together. food supply of the nation, and Sec-The local bank will furnish the blank ; tion officials of the munition retary Lane brought forward a plan Donas ana legal advice. sa;d this afternoon that 116 are dead -'tot" trr-n;i ii v I r i i r t';i s I r I : ' i.ne ;h i r i':i " t' " - . . " " " v . w . t . , , i.' .. i i . - - as fol-1 . J ue ueaa nave Deen iden tified, but the remaining hoHioa (By Associated Press ) Chester, Pa., April 11 The revised list of the fatalities resulting from the explosion in the plant of the Ed i dystcne Munition Comorati on Tipnr here placed the number of dead aC 122, the majority girls and young wo men. Between 125 and 15 women and girls were injured, at least lo being so badly hurt that death was ; momentarily expected. Twentv-three others are missing. Although police and convpany of ficials worked through the night at tending to verify the dead they were handicapped by the fact that the time book had been destroyed in the explosion. The energy of the investigators today concentrated in sifting the nar rations of survivors. Four separate investigations were being conducted today. After making a careful investiga- plant i lvatu'e has been ef n f Yimy ridge of the Ilinden- inu-I bv the Hritish anu tnatine trip cost tnem, or service. He line people oi lucKory wno coniriuuteu n1nns wprp nnt in rvrfisiunfp was i . .r v . ..: i - .... ------- r i t nn tutim . ' i h i nuir rr mcc m i i nn wpnt tn t.hp hoiisp. OT rftTiresen-' fnr crpfir. v lucraasin!? t.nfi acraa with under cultivation on public lands. j uiuumg mesuay nignt are Secretary McAdoo left the cabinet n ans, huh mndft it. p par that hp sfnod fciceaker tiarK ana otner uemocratic ,. , . . i - i Rair Rmfhorc. r.Mc(,A,.n ta rA i i x-.. jt:..i : . : . mppr. tic par v to aDDear neTore men.- ""J uiuuiu, pvivn' lO ceil'urme SUinu itMiavai uctitoiou ,. KaViinH IWnt WiK-m, in i j iT P 7 in. ir. t oi. ni:i- M i ,,f V'imv riil.r.,. ! 4i.:M c. f Ur,.li""'JI " leaueia. I'berS Of the Ways and means commit- iu' Vl- lJ- cuaynju o., ivaieigu, 1 v" ' -c-i.oi men vu. icuvi ta uau i t.hfl nrnnnsa to misa n war nrmv nrt , . T i... -rr- , . . ' . .1 1 .. 1 - f1 1 HO. TI W ...... . . . - . i w x l - j 1 ipmnrraTip ,panpr t 11 fnin wnn 1 or at tha nnncp rpo-arninfr n mn t n r a.v'v. . j 1 . . it. that tnev Diew in consiaeraoie mon-'u -;i ,,;.,i 1 " - v - - - 111C7 UllUViUlU Ul universal military Noble & Co, Detroit, resistance view of the com-1 When the Volunteers came here ion. Nevertheless ; they were welcomed by the ministers t 1 11 4 .j. 1 : i.z a. ndents at the!anu ine Associaieu inarmes wim me distinct unuerstanuing tnat tney progress. would nmk-p monthlv rpnorts of their collections and expenses to the Asso ciated Charities, this statement to be published. There has been no pub lished statement since the first oi the year, and there was no way of. knowing how the funds were collect ed or administered t - 11 LEAGUES BEGiN BALL SEASON universal military ... ... v u issuW bonds totalins- $5,000,000,000 $11,115.00; Otis & Co., Cleveland, emphasized that his " r"""1 $11,000.00: A. C. Speer & intended to interfere, "u- r!ulT.r . nnn,n nnr,." .nnn o"" nnn nf Sons, $11,011.00; John Nureen & Co.. sueaiier euiereu into a cuiiierence. i w,yv,f T,w, . . , . , speake in any way with, the policy of the ad- niinio f o f inr nnrl Ihof V r urn c nnvinnc to place himself and the division he President that the bond will be passed Cdn-d CUtClCU All lV a. tuiiicicntc. t v 1 - -r 7 7 1 i r O T 1- TT ur Representative Kitchin assured the bonds to be loaned to th& entente al- Chicago ,$11,052; Robmson, II W esident that the bond will be passed lies. The bill for the issues will be Co., Atlanta, $11,02 50; Neil Roth proposes raising under the orders ditionary force At noon Colonel Roosevelt went to the Wlhite House, where he was im mediately received by President Wil son in the Green room. Just what happened during the conference no one would tell. After a half hour Friday. ; introduced in the house today. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, $11,004.50; 1 ... , , 1 t t t : : 1 rf-x rru ... ,j x . vjn r : Tn nmck v meet t.hp. ripmanri toi 'owsuugwu ivieyer, mcJiinau, v.. whatever regular army officer may be S e SS ships, examination was begun of the! $11,072.60; Durfee Nilea & Co., Tole- given command 01 an American expe- , condition of the German merchant' uni0 .n,uuo.uu; iioger Mosser, Represenjtajtive KlVtchm said had not thoroue-hlv examined the t- fid nrobable that. Mai. Gen. Georee v v ti 1 ucaiunciiii piaii cum wao xiv,b " ' " - - - 0 ( t T 7 i ,'!... v r C1 1 100 ro r0ofi,T fr, r.Tv,Tv,f himif n ,t finma Goethals. builder of the Panama ca-;I;'dnK mcKory, $11, izz.ou of his friends said he would accept nai wouia oe piaceu in cnarge 01 it only as a nemergency measure e construction 01 me great neet 01 Sentiment was developinc for puttine 1,000 wooden ocean-going vessels tor. ied condition of the German merchant' uo, ni, .ii,u.uu; coger xviosser, he vessels in American ports, which the , Chicago, 111., $11,000.00; Powell Gar the government plans to use. It appear-1 ard & Co., $11021.00; Chas. H. not ed probable that Maj. Gen. George Coffin, $11,111.00; First National On the report that the captain and j newspaper correspondents gathered Sentiment, was develonine- for nuttino' ha nsaiatnnr had (rnno annth tn nplp i lu if- iT j-u I a provision into the measure UnOer suiinis waxu. his assistant had gone south to ceie- under the hisrh portico at the front L.lLi. :x.- u u. x. i Tr. mimr pvpmnt nns fmm mili- . . ,. . .ivviiicn uoiisciipuon wuum 00 restor- "'""'"b r . . ed to after volunteering failed. jtary service congress authorizes tht WOULD ISSUE CALL (By the NVv ' 1 ' r k , the national : en;hu.-ia.-ini ; th f!M t'.-i. war, Iht-thi-ritios i. Major (It I ;vx. 'thf here by t' Xatiunu u!bl at Brooklyn As-iociated Press) April 11 Baseball, ii .safety valve for pent up 1 iii'.'l tense niervi.4, took '.lay before the nation at ;ii!-"val of the military au ev! icru ed by the fact that lii-ral I.iunard Wood will Aii eriean League season vii!,' up the new ball. Le u1 if games were sched rii auii, Cincinnati and Tiic opening game with brate, Dr. J. L. Murphy appointed 0f the executive mansion, saw Dr. W!. II. Nicholson, Rev. J. G. jt3 former occupant appear inside a Garth and Mr. A. K. Joy to investi- window with Secretary Tumulty, gate and report back. Mr. Garth is There was an animated conversation out of the city and the committee ana then the colonel emerged, Secre- win not report its nnuings untn nis tary Tumulty at his side return. None of the members has in- Immediately upon his return to the aicated wnat tne .report win snow or Longworth home the stream of call recommend. ersj began. (Senators Chamberlain Captain Coy has not been charged anci w'eeks of the senate military with any statutory offense, however, committee and Representatives Dent The money he deposited in the bank and Kahn, of the house military corn was to his personal credit and there mittee, were among the first. Among FRUIT CROP SAFE IS GENERAL BELIEF owton in tnn league was declared Off Wuu.v of !-I'iOV. Th Aiia-rxna League will" start With pnu's at Philadelphia, St. Louis, Detroit a.;,! Cleveland. Tht WMtber promises to be gener ally fair. t'it. temperatures remain too luw f r ideal baseball conditions, nub owner sport a bare living out w thf utt, r!,r.r.. this year. I h-y ar,; .nemjragt'd, however, by tr.e fact that u. gamc flourished dur-thi- Spurii-h-American war and f6 tr.e fact i:, at the Internationa. a! tendance ' increased t year. was no way of preventing his check- the others were Senators Poindexter may be gone giimmering, but persons ' moves first. wig ii, yui,. auc ipu ana Hiram jonnson, watson aim who are familiar with the wavs of escapade, however, has ended his use- Kellow: Representative Leonroot and fulness here, in the opinion of many Rear Admiral Wainwright nethy, say the crop was not nipped1 people. Ihose who have contribut- Later on the former president re- by the frost and freeze Tuesday ed to the support of the Volunteers ceived a number of newspaper corres- rning. Uncle Mose says that when are not knocking the officers, but pondents, told them of his activities fru;t trees bloom in the full of the1 1 m 1.1 iii 1 1 . . . simpiy ieei mat tne nome cannot oe and chuckled when one remarked nioon they are rarely affected by conducted in this way. The pub- that he seemed to be almost as busy frost and ice and he has back of this lie regards the whole affair more in as he was when he was president, belief about 90 years of observation, sorrow than in anger, for it was Then he sat down in a circle of The merenrv rep-isterpd 40 dptrrpps I iL.i xl 1 x 1 1 1 I . ..... 1 .1 J O nopeu mat me volunteers wouiu oe chairs occupied by the corresponaent above zero this morning and the in draft, the government will take the position that if young men work in! industries producing luxuries then labor is not necessary and they will not be exempted, iln spite of the break in diplomatic ' relations with Austria, the govem- ment made no more towards asking congress to declare that a state of war exists with that country, and it was indicated that no belligerent Some of it steps will be taken unless Austria AMERICAN ABOARD able to make good in' Hickory. HICKORY LIBRARY 10 TORPEDOED SHIP ON ASSOCIATION COMPANY and said. dications were that the weather would "I am very glad to have been here, be even warmer Thursdav .... ... .iii " 1 wanted to do everything possiDie . 1 i 1 1 ;j x -f to neip me presiaent s move iui um- SURGEONS READY .r.e.nl VI I lltQlW Oi31.71P Q TI C IT! Ilnfll. tion, not as a substitute, urged that aau. xCBa, immediate provision be made for a L,ndon, April 11. groups of sur irr.iiintpr fnrfP. wh ph. toe-ether with geons ana physicians wno may D j e .1 .1 . T 11 n4- I a!lal nnrtn o 4- Qmr tiTMA -wt V. n onl a portion OI me regulars aiian ai. -"vu u i cxxij w.., uic cn- the earliest possible moment put out thorities to go anywhere in case of flncrs on the firmer line in France." suaaen aisaster or emergency, are Tjit.p in thp afternoon Secretary being established throughout Eng- ;At a meeting today of the Hick- tj k called. He and Colonel Roose- land by the Royal Society of Med orv Library Association it was unan- velt were in conference for more heme. Each group will provide it- i . , a i . i i titii-f t- i n ; i ,i;,i,i tho ctntn n. than an hour. At tne conclusion mr. pcix wuu auiumuiwes aim an neces luiwuoijr uvvv fcv, J'""-."--- --. , . vj (i.nt o vv sarv Pmi timont. and drPino- . nt nn on1 Mtq T Winrth H.lllOt.r. I DaRCl Odm nc iiaix " '-J auviabivii uuu .u.iji w. ... - 1 , .. , . . i i and Miss Lillian Field were elected Peasant nour put wouiu not Ku mW iaiorrntaa tn sitrpnd thp stat.P COnven-1 details FO VOLUNTEERS have been so badly mutilated that identification is impossible. Between 50 and 60 persons are in jured so badly that they are ex pected to die. In addition persons not identified with the investigation have reported 36. A. B. Johnson, president of the Baldwin Locomotive Works, owners of the building occupied by the plant. changed his theory that the explo sion was due to an accident after a visit to the plant. He now agrees with the view of the Eddystone offi cials that the explosion was the re sult of a conspiracy. "Although we have only circum stantial evidence,". Mr. Johnson said, "it looks as though some one touched off a bomb or time clock and caused the explosion." The Chester police have released (By the Associated Press) Washington, April 11. A resolu tion smrrmrivirxr thp -n-rpairlartf fr -oll t 1,000,000 volunteers was introduced' two susPts arrested last night. No- today by Senator Sherman, Repub lican, and laid on the table at his request. CON AT AN E MADE DURING NIGHT (By Associated Prwss) London, April 11 British troops yesterday advanced north of the vil- fBv the Associated Press) lage of Louveral m the direction of wk,i a.,-i 11 Sml-inc nf Cambrai to the extent of a quarter of tv, Rr.;;rt linPT- Salmo having aboard i a mile alonS a front of 2,000 yards and a- ; ,i, ,, cottoH rp.i consolidated this gain during the ported to the state department today j night, Reuters correspondent tele- i . . , y-. . p-ranns from thp Kvitish frnnt tir i nnsn h Tnct nr. uinppnsT.own. x- tj j ' ui.v X- v " v t ' body is m custody in connection with the explosion, but developments are expected shortly. AMERICAN FLAG TO FLY IN BATTLE ittn SECURING PECRUITSIe i ntfjtain l.vi-r'-t:s,,rifnt a.;.,. Y-' find .v.!. "Ul)t ti-.ii I -i , J'" y.,.,:- , ('"'orii:,,,,,' i trouhli. 0"t!rioil t tion in Salisbury April 24-25. he members decided to make an ppeal to clubs and individuals to nate books to the library. lhese are badly needed, and all gifts wnl be appreciated. It will be some time ... . . . vet before the benefit of the Came- ay joiniu to. . donation will be available and in Carolina Na- fn motinrimo thp institution should ... kilV a vui a vi w w vaw " i it is expecte t mat be made to irrow. it ii m ui me com- if'itir nr.unr.il Tnpdav nirrht elected Ar- TO NCR D i A . . a. nrst ,,,(,,. ry, Nurlh Carolina Na the fall .... EASE F( PRODUCTS OF SOUTH MARKETS COTTON FUTURES VIRGINIAN APPOINTED TO LARGE POSITION (By th Associated Press) .Washington, April 11. Oscar T. Crosby of Wiarrenton, Va., was today appointed assistant secretary of the treasury. Mr. Crosby recently was connected with the American com mission for relief in Belgium and in charge of the relief work in Belgium and northern France. TEXAN WAS FIRST 0 CARRV OUR FLAG (By the Associated Press) Paris, April 11. It was decided today that the LaFayette flying squadron composed of Americans wiio have distinguished themselves at th front will change from the French to the American military uniform and hereafter will carry the American flag into battle. Tin n .-ii i r" win i. r,,;t(.,i ,i. v....::. ,, :,'' ; " 4V " "i. ur. W!. ll. XNicnoison ana ivir thur Mose'r directors of the library. INSPECTING SHOP (Br Associated Press. New Orleans, La., April 11. Dis- (Bv the Associated Press) (New York. April 11 The cotiii market showed nervousness and ir regularity at the opening this morn ing. JUiy SOia up to u.Si rigui ai- cusion of plans and methods of utiliz-h.er the call, while October rallied to ing 100,000,000 acres oi cut-over M9.03. Demand, however, was lim timber land in the south to increase ltei and the market soon turned eas- carrvim? an nilvr. ' 1 " i- young men, '""ln-'d. and he has no '.' ill bo forthcoming.' wan scnL out from ri-ciuit to full war 'nt, has been lively. NorLh-V estern, and Superintendent uho south. Ootn 1. realizing that the Kasscr of the Spencer shops, were iSeveral goverr.o;5 and state offl- Mav , 20.70 uu tl.cni to the in iiickorv today inspecting the local :ia. fpdpral experts in forestry, Tniv 2 0.20 are joining now, so shopi of the C. & N.-W., and plan- prominent land owners and business October V 18.94 case of rung work here. It is expected that men narticipated in the conference. December 18.96 ii. If. W. Miller of Atlanta, vice- January 19.09 CLEAN UP WEEK BEGUN IN EARNEST 'Col. L. T. Nichols of Chester, gen- the nati0n's food supply was begun ;er under scattered liquidation rai manager 01 me vaiumia DV the (Jut-Uver iana Associauon uj. The close was steady, WW in 1 liinn (viimIi-w ,..n,Mn r.f k-.th tha Smithprn and! " .-r.tM Tday" aJ Carolina & N-WeTt'eVn, will INTEREST I bo here in a few days. CONTINUES TO GROW HICKORY MARKETS Hold Mass Meeting Here Thursday Night in Behalf of More Food Production (Interest m tne revival meeting - - S2.40 ni trah on the street, within easy Clean up week began in Hickory Close Tuesday ' afternoon in so much ear 20.35 nest that the city wagons were un 19.90 ahlp to remove all the trash collect- 18.68 ed jn the first ward and were active lo.ii todav in this division of the city 18.71 Work was expected to start in the S second ward and then to proceed as fast as possible until the whole city i is covered. .20c Every person is expected to have Monday nieht in the West " . r . ; -.1 -r- II ckory Baptist church oy Kev. u. tr Abernethy of Gastonia continues to increase and each service witnesses more attention. IPreaching is done at 2:30 in the afternoon and at 7.30 at night. The public is invited to all services. CHICAGO WHEAT rpnr-h of the waerons. The city would be glad to enter back yards, but to do so would consume twice (Biy Associated Press) Ottowa, Can., April 11 The Stars and Stripes went into battle for the first time during the entente storming of Vimy ridge in France, according to an unofficial dispatch received here from the British front. "To a young Texan who' came to Ontario to enlist and who is now lying wounded in the hospital," the dispatch reads, "belongs the honor of TWO MARRIAGES Mr. Frank Johnson and Miss Nona Lee Wheeler were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 by Rev. -A. L. Stanford. Mr. Johnson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Johnson and his bride recently moved here from Georgia. Miss Henrietta Montgomery of Lenoir and Mr. W, R. Short of Lex- first carrying the American flag into ington were united in marriage Tues- Dattie in tne European war in wnicn the United States has just entered. He went up into the assault at Telus, day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the homo 0' Mr. V, W. Bradford by Rev. A. L. Stanford. The youn couple carrying the btars and btripes on hoped to keep the marriage a secret, his bayonet and fell thus.", j but it leaked out. Assurance is Received raziPs Entry Into ar With United States o (By the Associated Press) The action of Brazil clears up much -'Washington, April 11 Unofficial doubt as to the attitude of Latin Aul as much time and make it impossible advices announcing that Brazil had erican countries in the war. Definite . - . A 1 1 T-V Kv thp Associatea lressi ,1 -x.. x -Chicago. April ll.-Rains in Kan- 'ViTL.T 3 "wilT b reached decided to break off diplomatic rela- sas with a prospect of more had a Thursday and the fourth Friday. ,.A mm., .r ursi ., ,, the CK," , ' mm, 1, f., 1 '"""It a,: I 'rh" r,...,., Hun, ', '"tf of thf citizens of !--' WUl.'tion iu fr.r A",;! 1-'. at 7:.'i() n. m nt "fnmcrce, to discuss '"' i't'ctive food prob- ;!y fur producing the quantities of food '''I'ltront to aTl. FJvery r ili.fd this fact -..vi-hK It has now ;i "cal problem. and '"r work, and more work work in the garden and on the farm as well as in th e factory. Make every minute of time and ev ery square foot of mother eartn pro dues its utmost. You can be a pa triot in the garden or on the farm, as well as on the bltleheld Place Chamber of Commerce rooms URUGUAY REMAINS NEUTRA L WAR By Associated Press.) iiWontpvideo. Uruguay, April 11. W-Thursday, April 12, at rjtte Pwi I QUCU C VWWA. w Vio TTnitpd States and Everybody come. ZL"ZAr,7Zn Her- CIIyAMBER OF CUMMtlCLiHi, uennaujr onu v,, A. K. JOY, Secretary, many. bearish effect today on wheat. Op ening quotations, which ranged from 1 3-8 decline to 1 1-4 advance, with May at 2.07 1-4 to 2.08 and July at 1.81 to 1.82. were followed by de cided setbacks for July and Septem ber, but only a moderate decline for July. UNANIMOUS REPORT nitniiiiiimuu: ON BIG BOND BILL THE WEATHER (Tiv Associated Press. Washington, April 11. The advices have been received that Chile and Mexico would remain neutral and indications increased that Guat- 000.000 . . . x nAalflflofoc -virast For North Carolina: Fair tonight m 8"wi" the vvays and Thursday. Somewhat warmer mously Xy WayS tonight- moderate west winds. : means committee today. V tions with Germany and that Argen- . i x xi :x: -f una wouia suppoxu iub muuu Ux maa and Colombia would Jom cu. the United States in refernce to Gc ba panama. many were received by the state de- The actim of Brazil and Argentina partment today. -s expected to have a tremendous in .Brazil's action occasioned no sur- flueRce Qn other Latin American prise in official and diplomatic chan- countries. nels here; as it was generally expect- ed TO LEAVE THURSDAY In the case of Argentina, however, ,B the Afigociatd it was not made clear whether she London, April 11. The Brazilian c. Vw.;t, Kill nrnvidinf? for $5.000,-: would merely oreaK relations or uc- mimsiei w f1""'"' uu financing bill providing ""u' i , .. , , u :j:5 passports tomorrow and leave Ber- m bonds and szuuu.uoo.ooo clare war. iner nau ueu muiwuuuo - - unani- xt.x A-ro-Ani-inn would remain neu war i i , Im. via Switzerland and j ranee, ac- and - corumg to a oiogne uispatcn receiv trai. ea nere.