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   Atlantic News Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 10, 1918, Atlantic, Iowa                                44 above at f THE Fair probably blondy to V morrow warmer f 4tf APRIL CIRCULATION CASS COUNTY WILL REACH MILLION MARK COUNTY WILL GO OVERTOP EARLY RESULTS IN BOND DRIVE INDICATE THAT CASS WILL SELL MILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF BONTS THIRD WARD STILL LEADS Vourth Ward Solicitors Working and Have Some HOIKS They Atlantic Near Work on in The from the returns which are are that Cass county will soil the million dollars worth of Liberty Bonds which was the goal set by those In charge of the campaign Not all the precincts are com Ip fact but one precinct In the Bounty IB and that one Vic toria where thetotal sales amount to The quota on the basis of for the county is making the total sales about 220 per This leads the county districts in per cent of In the town of Massena the quota was and the sales total Masse 800 and the sales totaj Masse na township figures will reach which is already sub The estimate on Grant town ship Is that the sales there will total The quota was The town of Griswolds quota was and the sales reported total Pleasant township including Griswold estimated at As re ported the other night Cuss township JUwTsoid about The sales In tle Third as reported at the meeting here the other Includ some duplicates and in weeding them out and checking the total the aales hi that ward are found to total ft Jjlttle less than This the county In amount of bonds Bold and per In Lincoln township the was und up to now the reported total IRISH PROTEST THE PUTTING INTO EFFECT OF CONSCRIPTION ACT April of men for army service was forecasted by Premier Lloyd George In a re markabel speech in the house of com mons In the course of his remarks the premier said When an emergency had which made it necessary to put men of fifty and boys of eighteen into the fight for Lloyd George it was not possible to ex clude Ireland from Violent protest arose from Irish members against enforcement of con scription In MUST NOT SELL HONOR FLAGS JOE FUDGE WRITES HOW HE WAS HURT Injured when Conley and ner Lost Tells In Letter How He Was Hit by Flying Pieces Of ANOTHER BOY FROM HERE IS DEAD ABROAD The director of Liberty Loan pub licity tor Lafe forms this office that the concerns which are selling the small Liberty Loan honor flags are violating the law as the flags are registered and not to be The local committee has made an effort to secure the paper honor flags for local bond subscribers but may not get them as the supply is PERSONAL Nichols and Forshay of Anita were in the city today looking after matters incident tp the Liberty loan Jeanette Franks of Anies is leaking utter business In a letter received this morning by his and their tells how he was injured in France on the after noon of 9 when a shell burst near The young soldier is in a hospital in He was in jured the same afternoon that Cecl Conley and Fred Atlantic were In his letter Joe We were in the trenches at th time and in the afternoon there were sure some shells One happen ed to hit near The result is I am In the I suppose you hav heard of it by this I got piece of shrapnel in my left wrist two pieces just below the albow on my right arm and my right hand was full of There were two pieces in my left leg half way below the knee and one big piece in my left I am pretty well laid but I am get ting along My hand was ban daged up so that I couldnt M fingers are limbering up now and hope you will be abln to read I have been here six days nov and wish 1 was back with my com We get two good meals a da and coffee and bread for breakfas The weather here is great now an the sun shines every DAILY MARKETS Furnished daily by the Roth uchlld Open High Low CloaV Wheat None Andrew Member of a Ciinadlan Died Last Sun day at Isolation Hospital at AN UNWILLING WITNESS IS IN COUNTY JAIL Man Refused to Answer Questions While Witness before the tirand Is Sent to Jail by Judge Claude 3H4 Linn morning received a telegram from the director of records at Otta informing him of the death of his Andrew Martin An on April The young man was a member of a Canadian regiment and his death gccurred as the result of an attack of scarlet was at the isolation hospital at when he Private Anderson was born five miles east ol Atlantic March He had tried to enlist in New York but was not He was told by the army officers that it would be necessary for him to submit to an op eration before he would be Determined to enterthe service young Anderson crossed into Canada and en listed On 14 he had Writ ten his father from Canada that he expected to sail for abroad soon It appears thathe reach ed England with his regiment when he was taken A one brother and two sls survive Private His Arthur is serving in the One Dora resides at Vlllisca and the Miss is at George Wyman of Griswold is in the county jail serving a sentence im posed on him by Judge Rockalellow for contempt of Wyman refus ed to answer questions propounded to him while a witness before the grand jury yesterday Wyman Is a resident of Griswold where he is employed in the garage o Mayor He was called as witness before the grand which met again yesterday to continue an investigation tdken up at an earlie When asked certain questloni Wymau flatly refused to He was ordered to last evening anc spent last night locked This morn ing he was taken before Judge Rock TODAYS LIST OF CASUALTIES LARGEST YET Corn May 127 127 127 April May 90 87 89 90 87 Vi May Lard about In Grove township tin quota was The total sales there to date are Franklin townships total will be The quota here pwas The First WfcnP in this city has sold to date about the Second ward about the same and in the Fourth May On where the workers are strlvl Jujy ing hard to beat the the sales miw total about up to Chair1 May man CJovis ofthls ward is trying hard juiy to make his the but the Third ward fellows say he will have to go some and iire resting The largest subscription to the bonds in the county was the of the City of reported at the meeting at the city hall tne other eve Among the subscriptions In this city and vicinity wore those ol R John Ren Mrs Frett Emll Rothschild Oranaky Sons and Thlelen and The complete list of subscvlptlont for the county will be published In this paper an soon us the art all In Tha big show Ing fileprogress of the drive In the was placed in the NewsTele graph window this afternoon and can he Been county headquarters for the Joan emphasizes the fact thut every one will be expected to his regardless ot whether his precinct has raised its Those who do not Vlil be reported and iookec after thru the proper Those who scribed the meeting Monday nght urged AT ONCE at their bank or Liberty Loan headquarters thearrangements for their Uur Departmtitt VVK out of Hundred Khrhputlirett irentst Niunwr Itewlml At Mic EGBERT IS DEAD RESIDENT HERE 40 YEARS Mother if HIghley and Egbert of Atlantic IMed This Morning ut Home of Daughter In afellow and given a sentence of on day in jail and a fine of He is t remain in jail until the fine is paid but not to exceed fifteen District court opened this mornin after several days of practical idle ness caused by the Liberty bond drive The McKceverCarey case is bein tried before Judge Wheeler o Council Bluffs who is here for thi particular The work of em panelling the jury was begun soon af tercourt Ry United April larg est single casualty list to date was Is sued by the war department It contained two hundred and eighty three WIFT RECEIVE HARD JOLT FROM THE FOOD BOARD OF NEW April down he rule that a company which buys ood products from a profiteer at a rice it knows to be be omes the medium by which the ex essive charge la passed along to the the United States food ad ministration today approved the or ler of the federal board of New York lirecting Swift to suspend all lealiugs in eggs in New York City or a thirty day with such ex ceptions as the New York federal food board may deem best tor public good Swift purchased twelve car loads of thru Zinn from Wood of The price paid to Wood was held to be Zinn must suspend dealing in eggs for seven begin uiug tonight at HONS GAIN BY A DRIVE ON BRITISH LATTEJB FOBCED BACK TO DUPTH OF iOUB JULES FOK ELEVEN illLES AFTEK TEKKIiIC BOM 1ULES AtTEK TEJtKJLFlC ttAS SHELL CHESTNUT PLACE IS PLATTED AND ACCEPTED OTHER LINES ARE FIRM Aside from Gain along Eleven Mile Balance ol 120 3LUe froat Of Allied Lines is Holding Per fectly WAB gonth Omaha Stock Miirket South Apr 1 Re ceipts 1700 bulk top range 35 mixed aijd butchers good to choice heavy rough heavy llsht pigs Receipts lOffflfic higher beeves cows and heifers 00 mockers and feeders good western rangers 9.00@1S.00. Receipts 9600 higher yearlings lf 5 lfi 00 feeders Vlimbs ewus Chicago Stock April Re ceipts top market lOc higher quality good estimated to morrow bulk 70 light 17.15@17.85 mixed 17 85 GO rough yoikers pigs PNEUMONIA TAKES THE YOUNG DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM BORCHARDT Hilda 20 years daughter of and died at the lill Palm at an early hour this 1neumonla was the cause of Mlsa Rorchardt had been seriously 111 since a week ngo Mpn Miss Borchnrdt was horn In Atlan tic March She Is survived by her piirents and a Kor and two Ernest und The latter recently was in ducted sorvlce jirfd went to Kansas for a course of special training at an automobile good heavy Against 10 000 exljected estimated tomorrow 000 strong beeves dtockers feeders 860@13.20 Liberty SUCCESSFUL BONO MEET INGS IN CASS COUNTY Several splendidly Lib erty bond meetings were hold In county last evenlngrsU belU ed py wen ffonf Slmpion Vat to an cows and heifers 7.00@13.J6 calves popr to niedlum calves THEY WONT a resident of Atlantic for forty died this morning at at the home ot her at Ham Death followed a sickness of considerable Eg bert was 74 years of She was the mother of Htghley and Hal Egbert of this Egbert had been a resident of Atlantic for upwards of a half century until recently when she went to Ham burg to make her home with her Her husband died in Atlantic in All of Egberts children were at her bedside when she A Hal was also with his grandmother when she pass ed Egbert is survived by three daughters and one Htghley of Forsyth of Hamburg Miss Carrie Eg bertof Des Moines and Hal Egbert of One Hulda resides In LOB A Henry died at his homo In Sioux City in March and a Clarissa died last will be brought to At hiruic this for Funeral ant vlos bi held at the Methodist church Fiiiluy at Burial will be in the Atlantic BRITISH RETAKE GIVENCHY AND 75HPRISONERS Heavy Fighting in Labasse Tommies Recapture Town and lien Vicious River By United April fighting continues north oFLoBasse and Haig The by hard The city council held a specia meeting this morning at which tim the plat of the new known as Chestnut yas ac This is the site ot the former 11 Ian home on south Chestnut s Recently the house was torn and The tract has platted into The council also provided ii i committee to attend to the buying a service truck for use of the street commissioners The acting as a board of took steps to have a general cleaning up made along First street between Poplar and Locust u of SNOW STORM IN THE EAST By Rothschild account of the heavy snow and sleet storms ex tending from the lake region south telegraph wires are down and service with the east is completely cut recaptured togeth er with 750 The Britons are holding desperately the rivers Lys and AUDUBON MAN DIES ABROAD OF PNEUMONIA WAR BULLETINS By Rothschild Wednesday Eightytwo who were said to have violated their were ar rested eanly today by agents of the department of About 200 oth era will be taken as soon as they can be Preceded by two days at tarriilc bombardment in which 200 gaa were hurled the British the Germans yesterday drove the Brit ish back four miles along an eleven oule Elsewhere along a 120 mile Croat the allied lines held Another sector of the British thea ter suddenly developed intense fight Ing wheu the Germans de livered a heavy attack overapproxi rely an eleven mile front between La Bassee and a point east i leurbalx just below A Portuguese sector is included in i litline of La Pantinin and east Oft Pe iiiluii ho enemy appeared to have gained a footing in advanced according to the latest and a tierce battle was raging all along the La Pantinin la northwest of Uivcuehy and Petillon lies to the east fit I At GIvenchy and on the UM front attacked the allies apparently are holding their ground in the very heavy fighting which was reported to i be especially bitter east The Portuguese were being supported by British The attack was preceded by a vio lent bombardment which began In early morning and extended all alone the front Estalrs and other towns behind the British lines have been heavily It is too early to say what relation this new move has with Ger man offensive farther Only time will tell whether It was under taken as or whether the enemy has a serious idea ot pushing forward 31 mi GET AWAY Who Slacks Liberty Uond Will Im Looked ami Itrouglit t Hook Pact of Quota AMERICAN ARMS REPLACE WORDS WITH AUSTRIA Wednesday was fierce fighting last night on th front north of La Canadla and British troops are standing firm along the line with heavy fighting at the river crossing at Estalro and Bac The German front ot at tack is extending This morn ing heavy bombardment was begun on the British positions from the Armen tier region as far north as the On the south part of this front infant ry fighting Is reported to have be Chris Yonng Brick Went to France In Eesponse to the Governments Call for Other Audubon April j a young man who went to France from here several weeks ago In answer to the governments call tor brick is dead of Word of his death in France a few weeks after his arrival there has been received by Petcreci of this The young man had no relatives In this While here he mado hia home with AND SPELMAT GET FAREWELL RECEPTION AMERICAN SUBS NOW ACROSS ATLANTIC FIGHTING HUN UBOATS vjti Aiuer prtmarMy desgned off the home the Atlantic to engage In n U mtin who Is a slacker and falls to do Jila pait In the purchase of Third Liberty loan bonds ill not get even though the quota wanted In this or any Is The lilherty Ijoan organiza tion has complete record dt what man hns done on this and pre vious whal he should reason ably be pxpooted to do and will act on thin After the itats all assembled and carefully checked UP to eliminate duplicates and the like they wjll be see what each Individual and those have not come to the will be tone eyK tncrtatow Wat thepfesent a By United April Georges speech moat likely will mean the end of American attempts at a offensive against Aus American arms wllj bring home the meaning ot the Amer icanallied FIRST AMERICANS ARRIVE AT FRONT TO HELP BRITISH By United April flrit Americano have hejr include in and ipnt IfllelBrltUh They Include Inold to the p oonacrlntion and ho BRITISH west Wednesday bom bardmentcarried on by the Germans yesterday preceding their attack on he British rocked the country side for it was so Wednesday The French troops straighten their lines Delow the Olse and at the same time Inflict heavy losses on the Wednesday Assistant Secretary War Crowell states that Pershings men will help oppose the drive In the near Wednesday erty on the Chica goboard of trade this morning to taled an Increase of since Wednesday land moves to raise man power by calling up to BO and 65 yearn Mclntlre has been reelected superintendent the Audubon the election taking place at the last meeting ot the board ot edu Aside from Mclntire none of the men teachers were re all of them within the one exception all the women teachjrs were The salary of the superintendent was raided per The High school teacherswere given a raise of per the grade teachem of per On the eve ot their departure fdr their new home at law friends and parishioners ot the and Spelmaa gathered M the parlors ot the Congregational riKuuii last evening and held a roceptionvfor A large bcr were Crawford on be half ot the church and the Hall on behalf ot the ministerial as sociation made brief Solos sung by Fulton and with an orginial presented to the retiring pastor and hta wife set of silver knives and To testimonials Spelman feelingly Spelman and family leave the first of next week for their new 4 Not entirely satisfied with the re sponse to the request that surplus stocks of flour be delivered back to dealers by FuP county food will cite several parties before the mili tary board of the county in ajl prob SENATOR STONE ILL STRICKEN OK WAY TO SENATE TODAY By United AprU Senator Stone ot Missouri was stricken with this morning while enroutej to 4he waa rushed tq al At Adalr old the The doctors say hta MraUo by oouacrlpUon and home rule to Ireland p UMOND IS PLEASED WITH NEW STORE PROSPECT Just back tram an eastern huytnc Hi proprietor ot newly opened womans toggery at 418 Chestnut arrived m Atlantic this by Helnsheimer ot The latter is interested Lamond m new stored Bpth expressed themselves as well pleased with the prospeoU and announced that the opening of the store were very Helnahelmer la nqt an stranger In he haTing num ber ot acquolntaneea merly lived at he went to school this He rwith x AndersonOf In Mills county and knew beimer latter Ured BAMS   

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