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miAM Evening T BOQ3T -REMEMBER THAT 8ATAN STAYED IN HEAVEN UNTIL HE BEGAN TO KNOCK HIS HOME TOWN I.Aim.lVn TTADITIi VDiniv wit in mm vu)liuul, MAI iu, I J 13 ffn lAq, SUBMARINE BASElT OSTEND IS BLOCKED ELEGRAl PUBLISHED IN THE BEST TOWN IN ru -Z " . TI5 L2Lz BRITISH NAVAL FORCES II CRUISER VINDICTIVE S ENTRANCE TO KSIOR 1L0IC British Lost Only One Motor Boat UKK BLOCKING OF ZEEBRUGGE BASE, LATEST ACT CAME AS COMPLETE SUIIPIUSE TO GEK. MANS, WHO WERE UNPREPARED (By Associated Press.) London, May 10 The German sub marine base at OBtend on the Belgian coast, has been blocked as the result of a new raid by the British naval forces, the admiralty announces. The old cruiser Vindictive, filled with con crete, was sunk across the entrance to the harbor. The British lost one niotor boat. Casualties were light. Raid Kept a Secret ' (By Associated Press.) Dover, May 10. The decision to fcend the Vindictive to Ostend was made a few days after her return from the Zoebruggee raid, and the task of filling her with concrete was begun immediately. As in the case of the raid of Zeebrugge, this latest nav al exploit was" kept a well guarded se cret. Allies Bomb Zeebrugge (By Associated Press.) Amsterdam, May 10. Strong allied flying squadrons bombed Mole and village of Zeebrugge Thursday. No military damage was done, according to an official statement issued in Ber lin. Two hostile airplanes were shot down by the Germans. IT COMPLETELY WOMEN STUDENTS CARRY OFF HONORS (By Associated Press.? London, May lO.-Women students at the school of the British Pharma ceutical Society here easily beat the men in recent examinations, securing all the chief awards. They took four silver medals, and, of eleven distinc tions conferred, only one was won by a man. Seven Soldiers Killed And Many Injured When Troop . Train Jumped Track Near Camp Jackson 11 KILLED AND I OVER 150 N ID SAM TATE GIVES METHOD ISIS !1000 CHURCH Al WASHINGION Men Had Just Entrained For Camp Sevier 1ROOPS WERE MEMBERS OF THE 321ST INFANTRY AND 817T11 MA CHINE GUN COMPANY (By Associated Press.) Columbia, May 10. Seven soldiers are dead, five being killed outright, and many injured when three coaches loaded with men from the 321st infan try, 317th machine gun company jumped the trestle near Camp Jack son this morning. The men had Just .entrained for Camp Sevier. The vic tims are said to all have been in the two wooden coaches, which crushed when the steel coach fell upon them. (By Associated Press.) Columbia, May 10. Two passenger trains said to have been loaded with North and South Carolina troops gor ing from Camp Jackson to Camp Sevier, near Greenville, fell through a trestle near the camp this mornfhg. SIMMONS ACQUITTED OF MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE (By Associated Press.) Atlanta, May 10. Announcement was made at the General Conference of the Southern Methodist church to day of the gift of twenty thousand dollars by Sam Tate, of Georgia, for the representative church at Wash ington, now nearing completion. Rov. W. Ashbury Christian, of Richmand. was named as the fraternal delegate to the conference of the Colored Meth odist Church of America, now in ses sion in Chicago. MERMAN PEACE ON A SCIENTIFIC BASIS! (By Associated Press.) Amsterdam, May 10. Professor Rrnest Haeckel, the great German ex ponent of the Darwinian theory, Is re- OPPOSITION TO MCADOO'S plans OR INCREASE OF WAR REVENUES (By Associated Press.) Washington, May 10. McAdoo's plans for immediate legislation by Congress to increase war revenues to day, met immediate formidable oppo sition. Leaders of Congress stated a revenue revision before next Decem ber was very doubtful. Arcadia, May 10. In the case of Dr. J. A. Simmons, Indicted for man slaughter on account of the death of Leon A. Stroud, on December 10 last, the jury, in circuit court, yesterday found him not guilty. Prosecutor M. A. McMullen began his argument to the jury at 9 o'clock and the jury returned at 10 o'clock. In twenty minutes the jury rendered its vordict. The jury was made up of C. S Sams, A. J. Cordelle, R. L. Suther land, P. M. Alderman, Jacob Keen and D. W. Brown. Dr. Simmons and Leon A. Stroud engaged in an altercation in Harry Cross' drug store on the night of Dec. 10th, last, which led to blows with' the result that Stroud became uncon 'ious and never revived. Mr. Stroud was cashier of the DeSoto National Eank. Promptly at 9 o'clock yesterday morning, Prosecutor M. A. McMullen , Wan his speech to the Jury Ha, (By Associated Press.) talked for about half an hour and Washington, May lO.-Plans for then the jury received its instruc-aviation and other war inquiries were tions and retired It returned in twen- outlined today by the Senate military t minutes with the verdict as stated (;ommittee which decided to hava sub elsewhere. ; committees make investigation?. Prosecutor McMullen was assisted j in the prosecution by Sam T. Fletcher, Aw ATI PAST0R T0 USE ! rMI - w-w ' ' ' 10,000 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES" NEEDED (By Associated Press.) Washington, May 10. "We should haven ow in this country 10,000 pub lic health nurses," said Miss Annie Goodrich, Federal inspector of Mill tury Hospitals and president of the American Nurses' Association, in an appeal today to' the college women of the country to enter the nursing pro fession, liss Goodrich asserted that the number of nurses required, for work at the front, in hospitals in this country and for general public and private nursing, will increase stead ily as the war goes on. She cited the courses in nursing established by sev eral colleges as offering an opportun ity to educated women to perform pa triotic and useful service for the na tion. ported by the German newspapers to be in failing health. On his 84th birthday, he sent out to his friends ai engraved birthday card, bidding them all farewell, and declaring that he ex pected to die before next winter. His valedictory expresses the hope that "soon after the end of this mad, cul ture-destroying war, our longed-for German peace will bo firmly estab lished on a scientific basis. BY TORNADOES OwA AND I ILL. YESTERDAY (By Associated PreBS.) Chicago, May 10. At least 11 were killed and more than 150 were in jured by tornadoes in Iowa and Illi nois late yesterday, according to ad vices today. Hundreds of buildings were blown down and livestock killed, SUFFRAGE BILL IS DEFINITELY POSTPONED (By Associated Press.) Washington, May 10.. A formal an nouncement of the definite postpone ment of consideration of the woman's suffrage resolution was made in the Senate today. STOCK MARKE T MAKES Forportableelectric lamps a screen to check their glare has been In vented. Six German Airplanes Brought Down Yesterday (By Associated Press.) Paris, May 10. Six German air planes were brought down yesterday by Sub-Lieut.' Rene Fonck, the war office announces. FLORIDA COLLEGE STUDENTS ENLIST Big Educational Institutions and High Schools Make Fine Showing In Offering Volunteers ;- HUfflCG PUKS FOR aviation mm Jacksonville, Fla., May 10. No in stitutions in Florida have contributed as many volunteers to the regular T.d national armies as the schools ' ind colleges, which will add greatly to their honor rolls after the closing week in June. Many patriotic young- is ters are preparing to enlist Just as soon as they throw their books aside; n fait, it, is difficult to restrain some of them before that day apears. Since war was declared the Uni- jvtrsity of Florida has given up fully finished their studies for the year, lose no time in going to the. recruit ing offices and applying for the privi lege of serving In the various branch es of the army. They are a patriotic, fearless lot, and their attitude reflects credit upon them and their fore bears." Lieut. D. Priest also expressed him self as greatly pleased with. the pa triotism being manifested by the col ored men of Florida. "They continue to enlist in large numbers, their pref erence naturally being for quarter master and stevedore work, but many fco into the fighting division's " he paid. "I know from experience in the regular 'army that negroes make ex cellent soldiers, and they are certain to give a good account of themselves 'over there.' " The volunteer call is for men be tween the ages of 18 and 21 and 31 and41, and those wishing to enlist are requested to apply at recruiting sta tions, to their nearest postmasters or 0 per cent of its students, and othe' traveling recruit agents of the army colleges doubtless have made pimllar ,for information, examination anl records. This in spite of the fact transportation ; that no effort has been made to take HIGH RECORD (By Associated Press.) New York, May 10. Extra-ordinary bullish activity developed In the stock market today. The trading in the first hour was accompanied by many new high records for the year. Since the successful close of the Liberty Loan campaign, the recent predictions of large crops, and more favorable war reports lately, Wall Street sentiment has been buoyant. BITCH Al FRENCH TAKE IMPORTANT POINTS FROM THE ENEMY GERMANS CLAIM TO HAVE TAKEN 675 PRISONER IN LOCAL AT. TACKS YESTERDAY (By Associated Pi-ess.) With the British Army in France, May 10. The operation by which the British regained in a counter-attack a small portion of a trench north of A ...I.UL 1L. 4-1 1 tured yesterday, was important. The position lay In high ground which has been hotly contested ever since the Germans stormed their way into Albert. British Retake Ground Lost Yesterday' (By Associated Press.) London, May 10. The British re captured the small portion of the front trench northwest of Albert which the enemy gained yesterday, it io announced officially. 21 Names On Casualty List (By Associated Pres I Washington, May 10. The Ameri can casualty list contains 21 names: Killed In action, 4; died of wounds, 1; died of, accident, 1; died of disease, 3; wounded severely, 3; wounded tellghtly, 7; missing in action, 1; lost at sea, 1. Lieut. Samuel G. Love, of Chester, S. C., slightly wounded Cor poral McMakin, of.Greer,S. C, died of disease. y Berlin Claims 6". Priwoners Taken (By Associated Press.) Berlin, May 10. Successful local attacks southwest of Yprcs Wednes day resultod in the capture of 675 prisoners, according to an official statement today. (irlvesncs mrk Captured by French (By Associated Press.) Paris, May 10. French troops yes terday captured Grivesnes Park, five miles northwest of Montdidier, the Avar office announces. The French took 258 prisoners and organized their new positions notwithstanding Ger man resistance. GREAT SHORTAGE OF FATS IN GERMANY 1 WANT YOl' TO TAKE ' MY DOLLY TO FREEDOM" "ia Leitner & Leitner. Col. Single ti7 and Treadwell & Treadwell an I'eared for the defense. those not in the draft age from their studies. The boys simply have felt the urge of the spirit of patriotism that is sweeping throughh the demo cratic world today and. having felt it, answered or intend to answer "Here cm I." Representing the recruiting- serv- lice, Private Frank L. Huffaker, for- Atlanta. Ga., May 10. To reach the n,er editor of the Tampa Daily Times, THIS GEORGIA PIG DOING people who do not regularly attendWho at his own request has been as- ITS BIT FOR RED CROSSjchurch service, Rev. J. W. Ham, inejS!f?ned to the tank corps witn pros- famous "fighting pastor" or tne uap- pects for eariy service aDroaa, an it ToWnarlp of this city, has se-, dressed students of the University of "GOSPEL WAGON" ON STREETS Atlanta, Ga., May 10. A pig dona ,ed to the Calhoun, Ga., chapter of American Red Cross, and sold there Saturday Beven times In succession at an auction sale, was finally pur chased by Forrest Adair of Atlanta and brought here to be auctioned at Jhe great mass meeting' planned to launch Atlanta's forthcoming Red fross campaign. D. F. " Underwood, ' Gordon county farmer, donated the which brought $142 for the cal 0"n chapter. which norida last week and was informed tist Tabernacie ,Q,i a "irnsnpl wagon" from he will preach every Saturday night J by many of all classes that they in on the streets throughout the sum-fended to enlist immediately after mer months. He has also purcuuseu: commencement, ciura a.o lumiuu . font'tn he used in a series of ed. A large number of those within U Idl ftC wv - . HOW CANCER ORIGINATES Pa1s, Mar 10 The theorv that is not of microbic origin but eray of Medicine evangelistic meetings in various sec-, the tions of the city and at camp wr- anxious w bo iu u....u6 .u, rtnn' declining several invitations in mediately and restless because the . . ; jnfo his at- v-all for them was delayed. Quite a tner nun tention to the local field. number have endeavored to enlist In 'spite of being subject to the draft, but . tn the excessixe elimination of this is not permitted. i ,,hti,npes normally con-! "A majority of those enlisting at -Nassau County Boys and girls are in the blood, is supported by a! present." said Lieut. M. J. De Priest, joking a greater Interest In club t of the researches of Professor recruiting omcer ior i-ionaa an ,wor man ever Deiore. we win soon jto drive her, and '. . w nubllshed by the Acad- youthful members or me leading iam-1 oavs a progressive call club. Short- that I would Indeed Stockholm, May 10. The great shortage of fats in Germany and the resulting necessity of using more of all edible fats for human consumption have driven the empire's scientific mento 'extensive experimentation with so-called "mineral wax". The result has been both a more varjed ise of this product and a greatly imJ proved method of securing it. Mineral wax is a substance extract ed froiif brown coal with the aid of benzine, benzol or other technical solvents. Benzol is now used exclu fively In Germany for this purpose. Old methods have been unable to ex tract all the wax from the coal treated, but the- Kaiser Wilhelm In stitute for experimentation with coal is now winning nearly the . entire quantity in the coal treated The main features of its improved system consist in extracting the wax under a high pressure, as much as six atmospheres, and at a high tempera ture. A brown coal which produced only eleven per cent of wax under the old system gives up 25 per cent, un der the new treatment. Mineral wax was used in peace timees mainly for the fabrication of shoe-polish, phonograph records and the Insulation of electric cables. Its high percentage of sebacic acid aliput 60 per cent, of its entire con tent has been turned to acount in little! the making of consistent fats. It Is also being used extensively In the paper Industry as sizing, taking the llace of colophonlum. Experiments are now being con- and employees in each district, '.wiaHnn ii,.. ... ..'.l , ....... ...... . thev will be elertpd Wnllv wi, I muino ni me wax ana giving ii a ngnier color. mey win De elected locally by both civilians filling the streets employers and employes. Petty dhv: -Am tha , wee ciio iiLtiu uuu-i rjnerrv l nuntv snmp ornna nuHn - . VTTAUfh "TONNAGE COMMITTEES" SUGGESTED AS SOLUTION OF THE LABOR PROBLEM IN SHIPBUILDING (By Associated Press.) London, May 10. The Boilermak ers and Shipbuilders' union in a let ter to the British government, has of fered to form "tonnage committees" in every shipbuilding district to deal with the labor side of the shipbuild ing problem. The duty of theso com mittees, the union says, will be "to see that the annual output of ships is brought up to 3,000,000 tons." In order that the committee shall drove our forces from the villaea. Later, whan wo innnt.'iiifiinlra i V,. tu , , I ' """-ncu '!' I draft age stated that they wer.""'" --"i""'- regained the town, it was a scene of ducted-to (By Associated Press.) . St. Catherines, Ont., May 10. Lieut. Jack O'Brien has brought a battle Bcarred doll from shell-torn France to freedom, although the doll's seven-year-old "mamma" lies In a roughly made grave, a victim of German ruth Ussness. The lieutenant who is on leave from the French foreign legion to do recruiting service in Canada, is uping the doll in his campaign -for new soldiers. "This doll, says the veteran of many battles, "was landed to me one day in France by a little brown-eyed, curly-haired girl while the Germans were sweeping toward the village in which the child lived. "I want you to take my dolly to freedom, she said as her baby arms tenderly extended this ragged sawdust doll to me.. "By terrific fighting the Germans ers putes and delays will be settled local ly as they occur. ilfes of the state. Those boys having '. horn Is the breed selected. mother who wanted her 'baby' to to heavy rains and hail, are damaged, have the freedom of which she had The rain and hail following tho freeze been robbed. j,ag tne crop(J qulte a Betfmck "I buried her in the village from Orange County Boys and girls of wVIaI. 4 U . 1 ... ' . .... I""1 " viermans naa Deen unaoio scnooi age are organizing themselves jto drive her, and promised myself into "Liberty Food Production Clubs.' take dolly to Bach promises to grow some food or freedom.' S feed crop to help win the war.