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Denton Record-Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 10, 1917, Denton, Texas THE WEATHER RECORD 7 o'clock............................. fl o'clock .......lil) 11 o'clock.............. VI o'clock................. 78 2 RECORD-CHRONICLE TOMORROW'S WEATHER Tonlnht colder; probably frost. Thursday fnlr. wtirniPr. Friday Sutiirilny probably fair. VOLUME xvui. DENTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER JO, 1917. NUMBER 50 TQWISJ Again we appeal to you. Shop in the forenoon when it is possible for you to so. It is the case that we possibly cannot wait on all who come in the afternoons while in the forenoon it is oftimes the case that some of our salespeople are idle and are anxious to wait on you. We are sure that the same condition obtains with other stores. It is not that we do not want to see you in the afternoon as we are glad to see you anytime and will give the best possible service no matter when you come. You know that teachers and students cannot come in the forenoon. Your co-upiTrtti'iii in tin: matter will he gre.'illy appreciated. Wo trust yon tliat the benefits to be derived ure mutual. Think it over. YOUTH for bettor service. STORt COURT SQUARE-EAST. w HEN you pictures of your fjriefe'1..Z'l- and relatives of the pleasant memories of former times are recalled. Make the appointment today. The Shaw Studio Our. are shoes of special merit. Each shoe we buy is selected with care from pro- ductions of the country's most pert makers of WOMEN'S SHOES. There are street and dress in beautiful models. Choice black leathers with eight to eleven inch tops. Beautiful Kid boots In gray, and liruwn colorings. Some models with eMIh lops, Louis heels and the new low, More artist ice features in our fall bouts Ihuu wo can enumerate. .MAY WE SHOW YOU? MCGRAW SENDS IN RUBE BENTON TO FACE CICOTTE IN THIRD GAME OF BIG SERIES IN EFFORT TO PREVENT SOX "RUNAWAY" MIGHAELIS OPPOSED TO ANY PEACE WHICH DEMANDS ANY OF GERMAN SOIL OR WHICH WOULD DIVIDE PEOPLE AND HOHENZOLLERNS OTHER ACTIVITIES OF BERNSTORFF REVEALED BY STATE DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON. Oct. series of svri.sationnl tclcurams Which pusscd liclwcc.n the German [lovornnir.nl and its embassy in this country ivns made puhlje to- day by Sec.relary Laiisino. They are remarkably for the rtcfircc of fiinnlnn and the iiifienuity display- ed in (he eviilciit purpose to do all possible injury lo Germany's Eu- ropean enemies fuUinjj olF the.lr resources in America, while al tlic, same time avoiding as I'nr as possible, the wrath of the American people, by actual destruc- tion of life in this country and Canada. SENT TIIHU NEUTRALS. Secretary Lansinji snid the lelc- lirumK had not been sent tlhru the .Slate deparlmenl, thus leaving the that they must huve mov- eil; Ihru one of the neutral Icga- tiirwiK. Hi POP telcu-anis comprising jfr. Ihis.lsiCi'ies form tlie natural 3jv [ilcmcnl to tile correspondence al- 'S-rnnily discloscil by the'rilule dcpnrt- conveyiiifj absolutely con- evidence of a well calculnt- ed .find systematic violnllon of neutrality by Germany dnjt'liifj a period of nioiv: than n year .piu'cwliiiji Clio heniniiiiifi of ruthless Submarine warfare mill the. hvearli .of lelnlions helween Germany and I be United Stales. WASHINGTON, Oct. ex- position of Ambassador von BorntsorIT'S activities in the United Slates was given loday by Secretary Lausmg, who mad? public 'three telegrams which, passed between tlie Ambassador rind Hie Ger- man Foreign olllce. The slalement fol- of Slnle. publishes the following two telegrams from the CHICAGO .........................-...........0 5 3 NEW ................................2 8 2 POLO GROUNDS, N. Y., Oct. The New York Giants, having exe- cuted as they declare a "strategic retirement" to prepared positions on the Polo grounds, found themselves today confronting the Chicago White Sox in the third game of the world series. The champions of the National league bad their backs lo the wall to ward off the onrushiug pennant winners of the American league, who have captured two straight games. A threatening morning cleared to- ward game lime and a westerly wind started across the field' and made the funs shiver. The playing field was unblunkcled and the ground- keepers reported the diamond in good shape, altho the outer mea- dows were somewhat slow. cr, but Jackson grounded to Ben- No runs, one hit, no errors. lows: Tlie Secretary .s following two German Foreign office to Count BernslorCt in January, )16: .___, _____......... "'Jan. General staff merman scratched an infield hit, Kauff rie.slres energetic action in regard to I inking tlurd. but Fletcher forced Zim- the proposed destruction of the Cana- i mermnn at second. No runs, one bit, dian Pacific railroad at several points! svilh ft view to complete and protracted NEW YORK, Oct. an enor- mous crowd present, Hie third game of the world's series began here Ibis af- Icrnoon. with two games of tin; necessary four gone, placed his de- pendi'nee on Rube Benton, whom the Snx huve nut yet faced, while Row- land sent in his star, Gicotte, in expec- tiiliun Ilial bo would repeal Saturday's 'i'-l victory. Tim jiuc-ups: New if, Herzog 2b, K.uifl' cf. Zimmerniiin 3b, Fletcher ss, Itnburlsun rf, Holke Ib, Raridan c, Benlnn p Collins If, VcMullen 3b, K. Collins 2b, Jackson rf, Felsch cf, Weaver s, Sclialk c, Cicotte p. THE GAME BY INNINGS FIRST INNING. Collins fouled to Rariden, Mc.MulI'in fanned. E. Collins singled lo cc.nlcr, ton. New fanned. Herzog (lied to Felsch. ,1. Collins dropt, KaufT's long fly, Kauff going lo second. Zim- AMSTERDAM, Oct. Ger- man Chancellor, Dr. Gcorfle Michae- ls, in spcaldiifj of peace today, ac- cording to advices reaching here, declared that as long as Germany's enemies demand any of Germany's soil; as Iou0 as they tried to drive a .wedge between the German peo- lile and I heir KmjMiror, peace was impossible. FURTHER ADVANCE BY FRENCH TROOPS SAYS PARIS REPORT IlltlTISH FRONT IN FUANCE AND ItELUIUM, Tuesday The blow struck by the 1! jtish and Krcnch forces loday against a wide section of the German defenses be- tween the "Houtliolst forest and Itrodseinde have resulted in" an- other great success. Over much of Uie front the at- oops swept forward to a dcplh of yards or more, over- running many Important slrong- hold-, of (lie sciilte.cd enemy. PARIS, Oct. further advance i has been made by the French troops which took the offensive yesterday in Belgium in co-operation with the Brit- ish. Papegoet farm has been captured, the otllce announces, anil more prisoners have been ;aken. German Lines Holding Firmly Declares Berlin Statement BKKLIN, Oct. Gorman bat- He. liri''s on Hie Klamlers front from 1'oeli'appelle lo Hie smilli of (iholuvclt h'.'lil Ilrnily by our defenders, linliiy's army headijuwrlers report. Ue- lu'ali-il Inislile attacks on this front of approximately night miles all. broke down, heavy losses, the report d-3- clarcd. TEUTON ARMY AND NAVY SHOW SIGNS OF DISAFFECTION interruption of traffic. Caplain Boelim. OUB error. SKCOND INNING. fouled to Holke. Gandil folded to Holke. Weaver sin- who is now on your side and is short- ly, returning has -been given instruc- .__... tho military attache and Kl.od sharply over second, Schajk proytd.c necessary funds. (Sjgned) XIM-' MERMAN.' Nimies "Relialilc" Aids. "'Jan. For Military .attache: .You can obtain particulars ns to persons suitable for carrying on sabotage in HIP United Stales and Canada from Iho following persons: i, Joseph MscGar- rily, Philadelphia, Pa.; 2. .John P. Heal- ing, Michigan Avenue. Chicago; 3. ,1er- eminh O'Leary, No. ifi Park Row, New York. 'Numbers 1 and 2 are absolutely re- liable and discreet. Number 3 is relia- ble, but not always discreet. These persons were indicated by Roger Case- filed In Burns. No runs, one hit, one rrrni'. New second. Eddie Collins singled over took Holke's merlt i len fouled to Rariden. the. United Stales sa-holace can error. grounder, touching Robertson. Holke reaciiing first. Rariden singled over second, Holke going to third. Benton Hied to I-'eisch, bul Holke was held at third. Rariden went to second on throw. Burns fanned. No runs, two hits, no errors. THIRD INNING. fouled out to Rari- dcn. Holke dropt J. Collins' foul. Zim- merman threw out J. Collins. McMul- No runs, no be carried out on every kind of facto- ry for supplying munitions of war. Railroad embankments and bridges inns' ni'l be louehed. The Embassy must in no circumstances bo compro- mised. Similar precautions musl be taken in regard lo Irish pro-German propaganda. [Signed) Representative of the General Staff.1 Yon nslo IPs Message. "The I'nHowlns telegram from Von Uivii-iinrfl' lo the Foreign Office in Ber- lin sent in September, -191R: "'Sept. With reference! to the ruriiiH AN-2W! of May :IOI-h, 1010. 'The. embargo conference in regard lo whoso carii'T and fruitful co-operation Dr. llalel irive information is about lo enter upon a vigorous campaign si-el ire n nt'ijoi'ity in boll] IIousos of favorable to Germany, and furllinr support. is no possibility of our he- init' ciuTipromiscd. Request lelograpiiic reply.' r And tiie leading i.Iompaniei w.ll asrept abstracts only from Com- having a completo set of ..fcstract books of their county. There's a reason. Ask any good attorney. have tho only modern and complete abstract plant in Denton County that is kept up-to-date daily. Conveyancing and all kinds of notary work correctly done. DUGGAN ABSTRACT COMPANY, P. R. BIRD, Manager. I WASHINGTON, Oct. lonn bond sales thruout Hie country are he- low expectations and' -below the aver- ago which must be maintained to Oct. the minimum of 000 set by Secretary M'c.Adoo. New Eng- land has subscribed only .5 millions out of "no-million allolment.'New .loHakon 250 mrllions.of the j and Sclialk was dou! 'to No runs, one liit, no errors. New lined to K. NKW He.rzog fanned. J. Col- lins fly, batter reaching second. Weaver throw out to Zimmer- man, Kauff taking third, Bddie Collins ihre.w out Kiel cher. No runs, no hits, one error. FOURTH INNING. Zimmerman threw out Collins. Fletcher threw out Jackson. Kelsch singled past Zimmerman. Gandil filed to Robertson. Xo runs, one hit, no errors. Roborlfion tripled to cciiIRi' and sr.nml on Holke's double to lei'l. Itnriilcn .sacrificed Holke to third. IJenton i'ftnneilj hut Holke scoped on Hums' infield hit, which Cicotte threw Diisl Pi Burns faliiiifi second, fouled lo Gnndil. Two runs, three hits, I-'IFTH I'loteher Ihrew out Weaver. ?rhalk fanned, as did Cicotte. No runs, no nils, lio errors. Xi'.w fouled lo Scbalk. ZinimiTiiinn flied to Felsch. Fletcher fanned. Nn runs, no hils, no errors. SIXTH IXXING. C-ollins grounded KlclclK-r. IJcnl'iri threw out Mc.Mullen. K. Cnllias w.ent out to Itnlke. Mo runs, no hits, no errors. New Hoherl son (lied to Felsch. Hnlke far.ned. Hariden grounded to E. Collins. No runs, no hils. no errors. KlfillTH INNING. doubled 's gi These very cool nights remind you that more "cover" is very necessary. We have some very special values to offer in Blankets, especially from to We have several cases, they were bought early, and you'll be surprised at the prices we are making on the assortment we've ever stocked. Don't miss an opportunity to look over these val- ues, and come while the colors are complete. Co. "The Center of Shopping Activities1 millions allotted. Philadelphia is 200 millions short of her 250-million quo- ta, Chicago has taken "50 of her expected millions. From some districts no j reports are available. i Evangelist Kills One, Wounds I Two in Crowded Court Boom: HAMMOND, Ind., Oct. two i large revolvers, Oscar Landmeister. nn itinerant evangelist, shot Fred Bayne of Indiana Harbor to death in a 'erowrU ed court room here today and seriouslv wounded two others. The evangelist was then shot and seriously wounded by two- court attaches. to left, and ran Cicolte trying Collins and J. Collins took Fletcher's fly. Robertson singled !hru pitcher's box an I Mole, hut Holke fanned. No I rung, one nil, no errors. NINTH INNING. Chicago Flariden Hire wout J. Col- Flelc.hnf Ilircw cut MeMullen. Kddlc Collins bent, out a hi! loward third. J.ic-kson grounded to Fletcher. Xo ruiiK, nne hit, no errors. c.ounly' will vote on Nov. 10 on a bond is- sue, fon- good roads, the money to fie used to give employment to local peo- ple. Oct. revolutionary i uutbre.ik mi Herman warships at Wil- lielMisliaU'ti about six weeks ago is re- ported ,n a On I nil Neyvs dispatch from Copenhagen. This uprising is said to have had all tin: nlemiTits of a widespread and organ- ized revolt and lo have been suppress- ed only with the greatest difficulty. AltMY ALSO DISAFFECTED. Several mutinous outbreaks also are ri'linrlcd in have occurred among tin: soldiers al Hie front, but these were not of such a grave character, the dis- palch slates. (JEHMAN HAILWAYS IN STRAITS. The (Jet-man railways are faced with i a gi-e-U shortage of fuel and drastic iuniuuon of (raffle lias begun, accord- ing io n-porls i-e.iching The railways propose lo levy heavy excess fares on express trains so as to discoui-.ige all except unavoidable busi- ness journeys. A large number of fast trains have already been 'Eliminated from the war lime-tables. Germans Counter Attacking British Advanced Positions LONDON, Oct. counter- attacks were made by the Germans last night in the neighborhood of the Ypers- Sliden road. These attacks were repul- sed, today's official statement announc- es, but south of the railroad on a front of. yards the British advanced troops were forced back ft short dis- tance. CANADIAN CO.YI, EMBARGO RAISED IIV FUEL ADMINISTRATION. WASHINGTON', Oct. embar- go on coal shipments lo Ganada was lifted today by the Fuel administration which tiecided that shipments can go thru lake ports without endangering Hie supply of the Northwestern slates. RUSSIAN COALITION GOVERNMENT TO GARRY OUT STRONG POLICIES PKTROGRAD. Tuesday, The new coalilion government assum- ed control of Russia today replacing the Council of Five organized a monlli nz'il. Announcement was made that I tie. nw government intends to carry out ;in nelive campaign policy "with n purpose, of inn king peace in agreement with our allies as soon as ipossiblc." Nleanwimo Hie government will take steps tu bring Hie army tri its highest lighting power and lo reslore economic and social in the country. NOTED CANADIAN WAR VETERAN TO LECTURE AT NORMAL TONIGHT Captain E. H. Saei, wounded Cana- I dian veteran of the great war in Eu- rope and now on furlough during whlcn he is acting ns military instructor of S. M. U. al Dallas, win be here tonight lo deliver a war lecture and talk in hr-linif of the liberty loan and will speak at the Normal college auditorium beginning at o'clock. The admis- sion is free and the general public is Invited. Captain Saer's talk will be, prelimin- ary to tho beginning of a liberty lonn campaign here in the erfort lo dispose of Denlon county's quota of of the second loan. lie wil) be met at the S 20 train this afternoon -by Mayor Deyclte and a com- mittee of citizens and sfiown over Hie city before the hour for his talk. Removal of Pavement Begun For Enlarged Court Lawn Removal of the pavement for en- larging the c.ourl house lawn out lo n line with the streets was begun Wed- nesday inuming, when the city's en- gine was put to work scarifying I.ho macadam which is to be removed and placed on other streets. When.- the maeada'ii lias been removed the. section will In- filled in willi dirt and- IcVeled lip wilfi the old lawn. Sand and other material is being placed for the con- crele curbs and svolks. An ornamen- tal pole is lo be placed at eafh curner of the lawn nfler it has been squnred, and the nfflelals expect Hie new Improvements ol add much to Hie appear-ince of the court square. KxnortaUon of dot- ton to any of the allied nations will be entirely unrestricted uurlng the con- tinuance of the war nut the shipment to neutral nations will no under a sys- tem of license that will make a careful nccounlig of every bale. Book Paper Manufacturers Ask Dismissal of Charges WASHINGTON, Oct. hook paper manufacturers answering today the Federal Trade Commission's complaint thai, thru their bureau of statistics they had enhanced the value of unduly, declared that the bu- 7'eou had been discontinued and asked for dismissal of the charges against them. The commission will render a decision Oct. 29. You Run No Risk When your PRESCRIPTION is filled here. Forty years of knowing' .how. Forty years of painstak- ing; care makes you safe. J, A. Minnis. Prescription Druggist East Side Sq Deutonr Quick ftrliverj. Phone 188. Siii Ross Invites U, D, G, To Attend Monthly Meetings Pul Moss Camp U. C. V., No. unanimously adopted an invilallon to the Onffpn Chapter, U. n. C., lo i attend each of the camp's regular j meetings on the first Sunday in each I month. Mmes. 0. G. Yancey and Bishop iN'ecly visited the cnmp and asked if I II l be desirnhle for the ladies to attend II." meetings, and this stigges- met with a very hearty response by l.he veterans. It is probable that !lho n.nusrhlcrs may accept the Invita- lion and may possibly furnish a mu- sical program al each of the STYLISH COATS FOR LADIES...... This is going to be a great coat season and we were never so well fixed to supply the trade with the really stylish coats as we find our- selves now. Whether you are ready to buy or not. Now is the time to make a selection. We will lay it aside for you and keep it for you till you need it. Don't Spend Any Coat Money Till you have seen these prices to You Will Find Values jai Ladies Petticoats etc. here that will surprise you. Hillinery to Meet Your fondest expectations. We are anx- ious that you see. Being Patriotic Does not mean being a sol- dier. Sometimes it means saving your money. 'A bank account will Jielp you to help your country. Start one today and save the dimes. We will help you. EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK (Established 1881) CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S THE First National Capita! and Surplus.. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Texas. Officers and Directors: A. J. NANCE. Pres. J. R. CHRISTAL, Vlce-Pres J. C. COIT, Cashier. E. n. CURTIS, Asst. Cashier J. H. PAINE. A. C. OWSLEY. ED P. BATES. The Woman Who Pays by check instead of In cur- rency oscapns a lot of worry money in.ittc.rs. She IMS an acuralo record of Iw money goes and a receipt for every penny she has out. lieslJes it's so imicli s.ifcr lo have Ihc cas.i in the bank than in the inn- (leparlmcmt for women vvil! be glad to give informalion. Denton County National Bank LOANS LOWEST RATES MOST LIBERAL TERMS FARM LOANS HILL. President. T. M.RUCKER.Sccrctary Satisfactory Service The" policy of this bank is based upon service that satisfies. Nothing is too good for our cus- tomers, whether the account be large or small. Your welcome is not measured by the size of your deposit. Then too, "The non-interest bearing arid unse-- cured deposits of this bank are protected by the Depositors Guaranty Fund of the State of Service and safety make satisfied Customers. We will appreciate YOUR account. First Guaranty State Bank The Bank of Better Service. Stacy Adams Shoes In highest quality leather, correct in perfectly shaped to fit smoothly and fortably, the maximum and servic All uncertainty a shoes will wear shape is ended in a pair of in, let's talk i WIL
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