The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 96, Ed. 1 Monday, July 9, 1917 Page: 2 of 12
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HOUSTON DAILY. POST ? MONDAY 'MORNING. JULY 919 7
aESHICE OF IffllD
SAVED FLYIHG IIAH
C:r CtmpWl Dede Wit
Tex of Airpfaot Broka.
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Aattrieu Flag Pmatd to Lalty-
v ette Squ&drilla ky Treasury
I . .Department Eploye--ATi-.
Bton Given Promotion.
1 H feesfs' rVr KVseri.)
FRENCH FRONT IN FRANCE. July
t t.---8rrent Andrew Campbell won In
' far with the ehancee a million to on
ajratnat him white Hytne; with the Lev-
feretta equadrUsa Batarday afternoon.
V Thjvre? teft wtnc of hi. in-. fceok.
off when he. was oerinjr a mile nU;h.
Only nls complete preaeace at mind ami
' coolnaBa saved him. .
Campbell threw ail the controU on the
" Other aide aa volplaned aome distance h
order te detach the floatine; remnanu of
tha broken wins which were beating
against tha body of the machine and
' threatening to dislocate everything. Then
when be had succeeded in this maneuver
" be descended slowly on the remaining
' win iota a beet field without Injury to
himself. Tha attghteet tarn In the air
; would have meant death.
This accident was preceded by tii
'i ceremony of the presentation of an
American Mac to the equadrilla by an
employe of the treasury department at
; Washington. French and American avla-
'. tora from aeveral equadrllla were pa-
raded on the flying grounds for the
rereroony which was a fine spectacle of
tha fraternity of two nations. The f-
Dou Alpine band played tha national
anthems of both countries.
! Before tha ceremony. Corporals Carci-
tU. Bridgeman. Hewitt. Htnkle and
Draxel were promoted to be sergeants for
bravery during recent operations. They
with others have been operating along
tha whole front where they drove off
: deaens of German fighting machines dur-
. ins the German offensive tost week.
n the week from June 24 to June !.
they fought IT air duels and aa the re-
suit of their reconnataeancee furnished
tha French with most valuable informa-
tion. Lufberry and Willis had four en-
' staanmenu each; Blgelow and Lowell two
each- Thaw Havill Soublran. Hall and
tha French Lieutenant DeMaisson Rouee
. Hall. wH is a newcomer after service
v" a a machine gunner In tne unuin arnij
' while making his second flight with the
Lafayette's was wounded severely. He
waa decorated with the military medal
for attacking single handed seven Ger-
man airmen. Infantrymen on the ground
stopped their fighting to watch the stir-
ring combat which ended in Hall being
wounded in three places. He lost oon-
actousness at height of three miles
i but recovered his senses when within a
hundred feet of the ground and brought
1 his machine safely within his own linee.
Walter Lowell also suffered an acci-
. dent. The motor broke down in the air
and the machine out of control descend-
ed astride a trench in the French llnee.
'Tha unconscious aviator waa taken from
' his machine by an officer but it aaa
. found he aaa not seriously hurt.
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MEN TO BE READY
(Continued from Page One.)
he published in the press and will be
nosted at the office of each local board.
It alreadv has been announced that the
election will take place m waaimai"..
' and the general presumption haa been
that aome' device similar to a Jury wheel
sill Kjh mnlnvH
: Exemption are to be determined by the
local boards the circular shows only for
- tha previously announced specified causes
i auch as sre responsible for the support
of relatives and .not for agricultural or
industrial reasons. Seven days after
designations are posted w.ll be allowed for
filing claims. Then there will be an addi-
' tional 'allowance of 10 days for filing
proofs and the board must decide within
three days alter ine proo. i uicu.
-CIRCUtAH DOES NOT
. J.Wheo the case of any registrant has
. been disposed of so far aa the local board
ts concerned the names of those not
exempted or discharged will be nosted.
-iimT for exemption for agricultural or
other industrial work must be made with-
in five days after such posting and must
go direct to the higher board sitting for
tha Judicial district. Appeals from the
rulings of local boards must be made to
the higher hoard witmn to aays.
The circular does not cover J he sum
moning of the men for actual servioa
pointing out that selection and accept
ance noes not mean an lmmeaiaie auin-
Tha steps a registered person should
take are set forth U great detail in the
circular. First the registrant is advised to
find out the location of the office of hia
county or city board and then ascertain
If ha. intends to claim exemption for
agricultural or industrial reasons to what
district board he must apply.
- "JOrery board has numbered the cards
in its jurisdiction with red ink in a aeries
running from one to the number repre-
senting the total number of cards in Its
Jurisdiction." continues the circular. "Tha
red Ink numbers are to be drawn by lot
to determine the order in which regis-
tered persons are to be called by the va
rious Meal board.
MUST' Pie: PORT FOR
'Aa soon as quotas are assigned to each
State and each beard each board will call
upon persons whose cards are in its Juris-
diction Instructing them to present thom-
aelvea for examination. Tou must report
lor pnysicat examination on tne day
named in vour call. If you are found
I'lifsleally dlequallned. the board will give
you a certificate which will explain to
you your further duties.
"If you are found physically qualified
and file a claim for exemption within
eveadays after your call you will be
Ivan ten days after filing your claim of
exemption to. me prooi in support of
your claim of exemption.
"If you are found physically qualified
and lie no claim for exemption or if you
do not appear for physical examination
your nam'- will be posted to the district
board1 aa one who waa called for military
aerate and waa not exempted or d la-
charged. On the eighth day after call or
wtthitr two days thereafter copies of the
' t of persons an posted to the district
arda will be given to the press with a
request fe publication will be posted In
place at the offlca of the local board
"-ceaaibta to tha public view and notice
ill fee mailed to you at the address' on
tour registration card.
i MAILED YOU.
"Only tha district board" concludes the
tmlar "can receive claims for dls-ii-tre
tha ground 'that you are en--red
la Industry Including agriculture.
f deciatOBS Of district boards on indus-
4 claims far discharre can be annealed.
vow deaire te appeal the decision of the
criet board to tha president you may
i ra within seven days of the date of
iiung te you eg ine decision of the dis
t board. AS soon aa your case is
aiiy disposed of the adjutant aennrai
i your Stats will notify you by mail
"t you have beea Anally selected for
ACREAGE IN FOOD
Continued From Page One.)
crop Is turning out wen m r V -
this country and prices ha ve declined to
tha point where they yieiu '
profit if any profit to fsxmers who had
to pay 14 per bushel for ased and had to
employ high priced labor for PV?i5
i. i. v.t too early to form
any definite conclusion about the winter
pricea of Irish poratoee. i w v ;
in Texas only to tha extent that they
may have a relation to sweet potato
prices. If they continue at U Pref"'
level through the early fall months tnay
will probably have a depressing affect
upon sweet potato pricea at the aaine
time but I can not believe that the de-
pression will continue far Into tha spring.
Certain it is that sweet potato In the
fresh state marketed in the early fall are
likely to be tower than profitable but It
is almost equally certain that sweat po-
tato stored and dried by the wall-tested
government process which hss been suc-
cessfully practiced ra Texas can be mar
keted to one advantage eany
I have on my deak here In Washington a
basket of sweet potato grown on the
department's Arlington farm In Ills hr-
veated and put In storage earlyJa Octo-
ar H mmnvsd oa June la of thla year.
They are In perfect condition and they
would have sold at any time during the
late winter and spring of 1917 at tl.25 to
ti ka nor tmahel. Thev were stored in a
hnuan constructed on the government
plana with which East Texas poraio
growers are more or leas ramiuar.
We had tbe same experience with at
least II such large storage boueea In
Texas last fall and winter and there waa
difficulty in only one or two Instances
where the directions for harvesting and
storage were not properly observed. On
the whole the storea iww pwiuot tpi
well and sold at a very proniaoie price.
WILLING TO HELP.
Tbe extension office at College Station
Is prepared to furnish plans and apecifl
atlona for these houses and to give In
structions. b mall or by visitation. In
the processes of harvesting and storing
I am hopeful that within two or three
weeks or possibly within as many days
the food production bill now pending will
become a law and with its additional ap
propriation aeveral additional men wiu
be employed ror this particular service in
Texas In any case it is easy for busi
ness men or. farmers associated in group
preferably business men and farmers
working together to obtain these plans
and to be guided by the printed matter
which Is freely Issued. This plan 01
storage may be obtained without price.
There la nothing secret about It and. if
we can make It the rule In Texas our
State will soon have a staple food which
will yield highly satisfactory prices to
Allusion haa been made In Texas papers
to plans of the bureau of animal industry
to facilitate tne sale or nigh grade oeei
heifers from the West now going to
slaughter for varied economic reasons to
formers in East Texas and in the South
Thla undertaking can not be initiated
until the emergency appropriation passes
and makes funds available but meanwhile
much work can be done in advance by
way or pusiiclty and especially by way
of ascertaining from the cattle raisers of
the West general idata upon which the
department will be able to work. Indeed
it would be quite worth while tr.r the
rattle raisers' association of Texas and
for other groups of citlxens in the cattle
isislnr regions to make a sort of survey
of the high grade heifers that may be
tvailable within the next few months for
breeding purposes. This Information may
he conveyed to the extension office at
(. oilege station or may be held for in-
ir tne nign grade she cattle now going
io mantel can oe diverted to the farmers
the effect will be two-fold towit. imme
diately to give the-cattle raiser a better
rrice for his product and ultimately to
increase ine supply oi oeet animals wnicn
the world sorely needs.
I realise that actual results may not be
expected until a force can be organized
to conduct this undertaking but mv dut-
pose Is to stimulate the thinking of our
peopis m auvancooi uie operation.
DISEASE AND HUNGER CAUSING
TURK ARMY TO BE-DEMORALIZED
"Nodes tfmt VI
Hilary service will act necessarily or
yaw have been selected for
von into aarvtoa. . KoOoe to resort for
lory ssi vlus will come whan the gov
assent to ready mceive you."
. ai efi Yawig Grandson
of Lata Field Dead
-WS TO&K. . July Henry Field
- 1oa sf tae late Marshal Field. Chl-
merchant financier died here lata
y at the Presbytarlaji hospital to
ty where Pe was opera t4 on. or
. ic oa oa of his hiuga. ; y-
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?no July t. -As oruvaf (ha heirs
ita of atarahan Field famous
t of Chicago Henry Field was
1 oae of tha .richest young men
a. Hs was married only last
m Nsney Xeaa Perkins
' of the Umoua Isagborae
(Continued from Page One.)
French colonial troops from Annan
reached Pekln Saturday to aid In the pro
tection of foreign residents. They" were
delayed somewhat at Lang Fang but met
with no opposition In their progress to
AuiciaUd Prtu Rtfort.)
LONDON July I. The dispatch from
PelUn early Sunday morning announcing
tbe abduction of Hsuan Tung the young
emperor who was put back oa the thrpne
by General Chang Hsun has been cor
roborated by a cablegram received 8un
day from Router's correspondent there.
It appears that General Chang Hsun de
pressed by the failure of hia attempt to
restore tbe monarchy tendered Ms
resignation to the emperor who there
upon Issued an edict announcing his ab
The republican forces occupy strategic
positions in the southern . and western
outskirts of tbe city and there la every
prospect of a peaceful settlement.
LONDON. July I. Router's Peicin dis
patch says the palace waa bombarded by
an airplane Saturday.
Tha machine dropped three bombs from
a great height into the Forbidden City.
One man waa killed and buildings near
the headauarters of General Chans Hsun.
which probably waa the objective were
TOKIO Friday July . The situation
in China which is growing mora serious
was considered at a meeting of the new
diplomatic advisory council. According
to reports reaching Toklo the movement
(o restore the Manchu dynasty is being
aiuea Dy uerman agents.
tAmeiaui Prut 'eearl.l
WASHINGTON. July t. Official dis
patches to the Chinese legation here Sun
day night said the republic had been firm
ly re-established at Nanking with Fens
Kuo Chang the former vice president as
president of the new provisional govern-
ment. Republican troooa were renorted
converging toward Peking to drive out
tne nancnu iorces remaining in posses
sion there In the name of tha Im
Special Sals Diamonds Watches artis-
tic Jewelry. Charge accounts soUdtad
boras ona. et vy ass aan esu aqt.
How to Control
Ts aU ia evsreawlng tbe lnwarfel effects
sf "wAsees csawiag or sssskisg sr seuS
disviag lake aae Weeds V Tabal at each
SM shims and awe wkca going te bed.
Either yea will be surprised and acUgbtei
St tea saajeat which wM auaifest itself
withia ysv of yen auy have year saaear
sack.. 8s ge ts the. druggist te4sy 'sad
get a sax sf Weed y Tksatae with tha
asrstsadiag taat if yea? aea't feet setter
tosswtsw yen shall lave year sash rctaraed;
Yeers . baatsa. Has legioas el ether
eauams sad skssirs aVyati Inwwtae sa4
ssaUsgs sa Mwr met tsflsw year kaWt
.end yea will SrecStar as je" at .imowing
CtUneud from Page One .
attacks after their vaia sacrifices of -n
prertous days. Near SboronT this morning
aa enemy attack without artillery prep-
aration broke dowa with heavy losses.
There was fighting near Stanlslau yes-
terday aad this snomwjg Austro-Hua-garian
regiments In hand to hand enooun-
Urs repulsed several Kusttian divisions
whose storming waves broken by our
destrueUve Sre had pushed forward as
tar aa our position near Puta in the up-
Kr valley of tbe Bystritaa Solotvma Rus-
attack waa repulsed.
rho actuation ia uncnangei u u
BKKUN. July t via .Lomkm- (British
Admiralty Per Wireless Press.) A French
suit on tbe Atone front Saturday night
broke down with heavy losses fhe ar
office reports. The repulse of s Britisn
attack east of Tprea and of French ad-
ices in tne Champagne ana un in
Verdun front ia also announced.
The statement follows:
"Army arouo of Prince Rupprecht: On
the coast in tha Tpres and Wytschaete
sectors near Lena and between the
Somine and the Olse there were artillery
duels of varying Intenalty.
Army group ot tne lierman crown
prince: After strong artillery nre wnicn
lasted all day the French advanced In
considerable force In the evening for an
attack west of Cemv. The asoaoM broke
down with heavy losses under our lire
and in hand grenade encounters.
In Western Champagne yestera&y
mornlng further attacks by the French at
Mont CarnUett were repulsed. On the
left bank ot the Heuse (Verdun front)
the artillery fire Increased in the evening
to great Intensity. In tne nignr mo
French made strong attacks on Mill 304
snd the western slope af Dead Man j
Hill. They were repulsed. Fighting is
proceeding In aome trench sections."
KAlfrwtti Prttt Ft fori.)
BERLIN. July t. via London. In a re
newal of their attack at Stanlslau. south
of Hallcs. the key to Lemberg. Russian
troops nave gained ground. This is an
nounced In the supplementary statement
Issued from German headquarters Sunday
Atsociattd Prtu Rtfort.)
PARIS. July S The official statement
Issued by the war office Sunday night
In the region of Pantheon and Frold-
monr farm the artillery action was very
spirited today. Lively local engagements
MM t. 1
swat ynvere were eciiuecy ecww
various nosrtkona along tbe front parrio-
alarly1 near Hurteblae. and la ths sector
of Mdnt )Ihut." '
Belgian communication: "The vtffiary
waa active along toe. whole front today
especially la the neighborhood of Rams-
capeue -mma tne t errymsn
Five Wen Killed
in Essen Bombing.
lAutrtt4 rV Rr-
AMSTERDAM. July i. A frontier oor-
raspondent of the Handelsblsd reports
that five persons were killed ana aeveral
houses wars destroyed during the bom
bardment of tha German city of Iasen
Friday night. A correspondent of tha
'l elegraai says bomba were dropped on
the Kruno worka and that reports nf
damage inflicted are conflicting.. atl-
inatea of tha number of attackers vary
from IS to 40. (The official French state
ment Saturday night aa:o ona a ran en
airplane raided Essen dropping bombs on
(he Krupp factory.)
ONLY ONE AIRPLANE
LOST BY GERMANS
(Continued from Page One.)
caused. One enemy airplane fell Into our
"On the morning of July 7 on ot "our
aviation squadrons attacked' London. At
11 o'clock bombs were dropped freely on
docks harbor worka and warehouses on
the Themes. Fires snd explosions wars
observed. Ona British airplane was Shot
down over London. Bombs were dropped
at Margate on the east coast of Eng
land. Our airplanes all returned except
una which waa omnelled to make S
deacent to the sea and could not bo
sa'-ed by our naval forces.
"In aerial encounters at tha front And
by anti-aircraft Are the enemy yesterday
lost nine airplanes."
According to the official British version
ot the London raid three German air-
planes were brought down at sea on their
return trip. No mention was mads ot tha
loss of a British machine.
LONDON July 8. Royal naval air
planes carried out a raid last night on
the Ghistellea.alrdome. according to offl
cial announcement by the admiralty to
day. Although heavily attacked by
enemy formation bombs were successful ly
dropped on objectives and all tha British
machines returneo saieiy.
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. YCU AANT TS" ". r. rT
Ln us ji rJ
in Tezas has sailed
He will pending die period of training ior our
troops to go into real action at die front go first
to Spain then.to Holland Denmark Norway and
Sweden. His first objective will be thfe slimmer
court b Spain where he will see Ambassador Wil-
lard and attempt to secure an interview with the
king. Following this he will write a series of spe-
cial articles on the actual conditions in Spain at
present and he will include interviews with the
leaders of the revolutionary party in Barcelona
and other cities.
In Holland Denmark Norway and Sweden
Mr. Corey will make a special study of food prob-
lems and conditions in these neutral nations.
On his return to France about three months
hence Mr. Corey will join General Pershing
having permission to visit headquarters at any
time. The length of his stay will of course depend
on conditions but we anticipate a long period for
him with our men at the front.
Mr. Corey's long experienc in the war- he has
been on all fronts except in Russia and Mesopo-
tamia -rand the remarkable work he has done
put him far ahead of almost all of the present war
correspondents. We expect his most notable work
will be done during the coming year and we count
ourselves fortunate in having him a member of
The Post staff.
" In appreciation of Mr. Corey's ability wt call attention to Us article
in the May Issue of the National Geographic Magasine to his article to
- appear in uteAagvst bsnfrof HarpeVs Magazine anil to his article fanb-
licatipn data not announced) to appear sooii in the Saturday Evening
Post. ' The publishers of the NatlonslGeographlc Magasine have made a
special edftion of Mr. Corey's article f or ihem. v 'V-
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