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ANDERSON, S. C. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1915.
HAVE MADE STAND ON THE
HEIGHTS WEST OF
BATTLE LINE OF
Petrograd Think* Position? Strong
Enough to Instare Success
London, Jane 19.-The Osllclan
campaign has reached a crisis. The
Russians forces, driven from one posi
tion after, another, by Austro-Oerman
advance across the province, have"
mado stands On the heights west of
Lemberg, along an eighteen mlle line
should Lemberg be retaken, Austria
would have reclaimed virtually entire
province of Galicia, almost all which
was in Russian hands during the ear
lier stages of the war.
Petrograd expresses the opinion
that the Russian positions west ot
Lemberg, which are of great strength
on account of the character of the
country, can be defended successfully
against a frontal attack, and contends
that subsequently the efforts of the
Austrians and Germans will be con
centrated, on:,^k?ajtoagfg further
north from rh* Baa, whteh -ls thirty
five miles northeast of Lemberg.
According to the German war office,
the French and British attacks >n tho
western front resulted disastrously.
The attempted advances In the Arras
region have been repulsed by the Ger
The Italian ministry of marine an
nounced that Austrian warships at
?-..k ed the northern Italian coast near
Austria's border Friday and Satur
day but were driven back by Italian
Londbn, June 19.-Russian forces
are at bay along the Grodek line in
Galicia, where with their flank well
protected by marshes and the Dniester
river and will defend Lemberg, the
capital of Galicia.
Neither side reports much pro
gress during the last twenty-four
hours, notwithstanding the claim or
Pctrograd'a assertion that the Aus
tro-Germane hare been.hurled back on
Austrian territory between the
Dniester and Prnth rivers.
The French, according to latest
news, hold tho Germans north of Ar
ras 0:1 the western front in continen
tal war. They now occupy positions
on three sides of Souches. British ob
servers believe they soon may make.
German positions on that front unten
Italian invasion of Austria ls said by
Fome newspapers to have resulted
thus fer in the occupation more than
twice as much territory SB offered by
Austria as the price of Italy's neu
Along the I sonso frjnt a battle on
which hln&es the fa's of the Aus
trian city of Triest ls assuming great
proportions. Austria has sent rein
forcements of her finest troops. Raid
by Italian ty planes and dirigibles in
flicted consjd,?rable damage on Aus
tria fortifications, according to Rome
Rumors eaw.ating from tbe Bal
kans say that the allies have offered
Bulgaria generous territorial terms,
whic hspeclAi dispatches from Bona
declare to be absolutely satisfactory.
Nevertheless, lt is evident that BO
actual a'liance has been signed to
insure Bulgaria's participation in
war on the sids of the triple entente.
Also it ls plain that none will be
signed until Bulgaria's neighbors
make th? concessions she bas been
consistently deTaaoding. .....
London, Jun? 19.- The British ad
miralty has announced official?." that
. the German submarine U-29 which
was sunk in March, fell victim to a
British warship, the name of which ts
not disclosed. The presumable rsa
so nfor the tardy announcement be
came apparent only wheo th? flood of
Berlin editorials In which it was stat
ed the U-S9 was sank by a merchant
AT NEW YORK
LAUNCH SECOND' WORLD'S
?SISTER SHIP OF
When Completed Monster Wnr
Cr?ft Wfll Have Cost U. S.
New York, Jane 19.-The new bat
tleship . Arizona was successfully
launched at the New York navy yard
today. The Arizona shares with her
sister ship the Pennsylvania, recently i
launched at Newport News, the honor
of toeing .the world's largest battleship.
The Arizona Blipped into the water at
New York, June 19.-Gay with flags
and bunting the huge hull of the BUP
dreadnaught ? Arizona, sister ship ot
tue Pennsylvania and one of the two,
largest vesopls in . the United States'
navy, lay a the ways ia New York
navy yard today awaiting the signal
for her launching at high tide thia
The state whose name the gigantic
fighter will receive was represent
ed by a- distinguished delgation bead
ed by Governor Hunt and Miss Esther
Ross the sponsor, they'brought a car
boy of water from the first that
slipped over thc Roosevelt dam to be
used in an unusual double christen
This was said to be the first vessel
in the United States navy to be named
with both wine and water. Tho direc
tion to use champagne and water waa
made by Gov. Hunt in the* face of pro
tests from the Women's Christian
Temperance Uftion leaders. Secretary
D.rniels was here for the launching os
well as Admiral Fletcher the com
mander of the Atlantic fleet with
Major General ? Wood and many other
army and navy officials and members
A $15,000,000 Snip.
- Washington, June .19.-Another fif
teen million dollar battleship was
launched for the American navy today
when the superdreadnaught Arizona
.slid into the water at the New York
navy yard. She is a sister ?hip to
the Pennsylvania, recently launched
at Newport News and ht site and arm
ament one of the largest and most
powerful craft ever built for any navy.
Ships of the line, like tile Arizona,
are built to give and receive punish
ment in sea battles. Their mission
has little in common with that ot the
battle cruisers which have been the
largest ships to engage each other
during the European war. Speed is
sacrificed in the construction of the
battleships to weight of armor and
against such a ship as the Arizona
with her broadside first from twelve
14-inch guns and protection of more
than a foot of the toughest steel that
can be made around the vessel-vital
parts like a walt a battle cruiser
would be helpless and must depend
on her speed and seek safety in flight
there are . few ships in any navy flt
I (CONTINUED ON FAOB TWO.)
?hip reached Lonaon. This' being
accepted in. Germany aa fact it was
argued editorially that German? could
not relax ono whit her warfare against
merchantmen which might ram and
destroy submarines seeking to search
. them before* firing a torpedo.
At the time tho. U*2& was ,nk il
waa i o unwed in England that r ie was
rammed and cat in two by i battle
fthip or dreadnaugbt, '
GOV. SLATON ANNOUNCES
PRISONER WILL NOT BE
FRANK SHOULD BE
PREPARED TO DIE
HM Had Ample Time to
Get Ready In Case Clem
ency I? Refused.
Atlanta, June 19.-Governor 81a
ton continued hf- study today of the
record In the case of Leo M. Frank,
who is asking commutation of his
tiMth sentence for the murder of
Mary Phagan to life imprisonment.
The governor was at bis country home
near here, and stated that he will not
be able to announce his decision un
til Monday afternoon or Tuesday.
Prank is sentenced to be hanged on
The governor stated there - would
be no respite granted regardless wuai
his decision might be.
"Tho judgment of the court," said
the governor, should cause the
prisoner to prepare for death. In
thc event my decision ls adverse, he
baa had ampie time to make . pre
Friends of the doomed, man, Jail
more cheerful now than ever and that
he constantly assures visitors'that be
ia confident of rescue from the scaf
Throughout most of Friday morning
bc received visitors,, friends of long
standing, who were familiar comers to
his eel!. At noou and all during the
early part of thc afternoon be spent
the time with his wife, Who came for
luncheon, which they ate alone. (Ifs
mother came later ia the afternoon.
Attaches of thc hospital ..ward say
that Frank's health has not been visi
bly Impaired by the nearness of the
execution day and tho suspense that
naturally prevails in ' .e interim of
Governor fc'laton's decision.. He takes
regular* daily exercise, spends much
o this time walking, and, at speci
fied times, is granted the privilege
of the runway alongside his cell,
where he finds freer walking.
Hla mail continues heavy. Letters
still como 'from all partis ot the
country. Some of them come ad
dressed to M TB. Franki Others come
to his attorney.
What spare'time he finds. when
not talking to visit! 2? friends the
prisoner devotes to his mail and to
the newspapers, by which he keeps
well' posted on all important topics
ot the day.
ARRIVE FROM MEXICO
Conditions Described aa Deplor
Galveston, June 19.-Three hundred
and "ninety refugees from Mexico
wero landed here today from the
American transport Buford, whtcb
Bailed from Vera Crus. A few an
swered questions concerning ' Mexican
conditions and alt described the slt
natlon there as "deplorable." Many
said American intervention was the
only solution of the problem. The
passengers said they were afraid to be
interviewed for ?hat they said would
be cabled to Carranga army officers
and frequently In such oases, the
property of persons talking is dam
aged or rola tl vi's and friends there
subjected to indignities.
INVESTIGATING RF.CB CITING
FOB ALLIES IX CALIFORNIA
San Francisco, June 19.-It was
learned today that department or Jus
tice ?genta are investigating alleged
recruiting tn California for allies bi
tho European war. On good authori
ty it was stated that some Investiga
tors found ao trouble in enlistment.
The main offoe of tho supposed re
cruiting agents is here.
Columbia, June 19.-Governor
Manning today pardoned C. G. Bragg,
white, of Greers, who was sentenced
to ono year Xor forgery. Tb? solici
tor Joined ia the request.
Are Husbands li
Mrs. Winten? g. Lalnibeer.
""Whether or not the lives of the
husbands of Mrs. William S. Laim
beer and Mrs. S. Osgood Pell, two
Now York apd Newport society wo
mbil, whose families from time im-,
memoral have been meniborH of "the
400." are worth *r,0O.O0O, is the ques
tion to b0 settled by New "York ' city
juries. Messrs. Pell and U?imbeer,
like their widows members of the cir
cle in which travel the. various Van
derbilt families, were killed in au au
tomobile at what is known as the
Wreck Lead crossing of the Long
Island Railroad tracks on Long Is
land, nearly two ye?rs ago, and the
suits of their widows have Just gone
Laimbecr and Pell with Mrs. Laim- I
HAVE GREAT DIFFICULTY IN
DONE AT NIGHT
German General Commanding
Turks Ridicules Attempt to
Krithia, Dardanelles, (V?A London.)
June 19--Tho allied troops who have
landed at S?ddul 3akr, cm the Oalll-.
poll peninsula, hold about ton square
miles of the extreme aou'hern part
peninsula. Their occupancy is cou-"
pied with the greatost difficulties. An
Aasoclrrfed Press correspondent, wjio'
spent two days in the trenches found
the Turk" in excellent condition . and.
spirits. iPoth sides ?re usually In
active during tho day, the turks pre-,
ferrlng night bayonet attacks.
WE ber Pasha, the German general
commanding the south group, made
no comment on the situation beyond
saying the failure of the allies to con
summate tliolr plan nf forcing . the >
Dardanelles is too obvious for discus-j
mimad st Panama.
Colon, June 10.- Senator Ti. rt.
Tillman of South Carolina, accotftpao
nied by htm- family, arrived ber? to
*yr fros-. NV* York. All the party
were well, although*they bart rough
weather for two days on the . way
down. They will leave Parama for
San Francisco about JJanc Tl.
Mr?. S. Osgood Fell.
beer wore in one automobile which the
Long island road train struck. The
two men were.killed and Mrs.'.Latin
beer was painfully injured, so pain
fully that she has been compelled
over since to walk with the use ot a
cane, and ns a result she also has
a suit for tr.O.ooo damages. Mir. Pell
was immediately behind in an auto
with William K. Vanderbilt, Jr. lier
party saw the accident.
An interesting feature of the case
ls the fact that many of the friends of
both women are larne stockholders in
the I>ong Island Railroad Company,
and money damnReB must come partly
from their pockets.
The photograph shows the two
women on their way to court, Mrs
Laimbeer hobbling along on her cawe.
FINAL OPPORTUNITY Will
BE GIVEN CONDEMNED
Believed Simple Appeal For Mere]
Would Be Absolutely
Albany June 19.-Tha lmprc3sior
preval?a in circles which hav0 1-pt lr
'.Jose touch with tho case o? Charle
Becker, tho former police Hettlenan'
under death sentence ofr murder, thin
unless his attorney's can present new
e-videnco pointing to his Innocence
Governor Whitman won't conirou.te tb<
sentence. A full hearln? wlli be giver
his attorneys or Mr?. Becker, but ?
Simple plea for morey ls regarded af
Osslblng. N. Y., June 19.-Charle*
Booker, sentenced to die next' mont!
for the morder of Hermon Rosenthal
wai visited today iii his cell at Slut
Sing's death, house by his counsel
Martin T. Manton of New York.
Tlio attorney remained with Beck
er for an hour. .It waa inferred that
a plan to ?ppca) to Governor Whit
man for clemency Was discussed. Il
ls believed tl?!? '? virtually Becker'i
only bono to eae/.pe the oleeV.lc chah
sln.ie thc opart of appeals yesterda)
declined to grant .a rearguyen t or
the .appear from his ?econd eda vic
DECLARES HE WOULD RE
GARD SUCH ACTION AS
HAS 1,000 MEN
IN YAQUI VALLEY
Troops Sent There to Protect Set
tlers Would Attack Land
Nogales. Sonoros, June 19--Gov
ernor Maytorona authorlwd the state
ment today that tho eMire Mexican
forces In his command be used If nec
essary to reelBt lauding thc American
marines on the west coast to protect
foreign settlers frcu^. tho Yaqui Valley,
wlio have beou threatened by the In
A detachment of nearly 1,000 troops
was seiit to ?ur Yaqui Valley yester
day, dispatched primarily, .Maylorona
Bald, to protect settlers and their crop?
from the Indiano, but had orders; to
resist any landing of American mili
Washington, June 19.- Admiral
Howard, with an expedition for the
relief ol' American settlers in tbs Ya
qui Valley, is expected to arrive at
Tobari Bay tomorrow. Six hundred
marines and blue jackets are on the
cruisers Colorado and Chattanooga.
Howard has wide discretionary pow
ers as to the use of force.
NAVAL STORES CD.
Court Decision Favorable to
Parties Desiring to
Toledo, June 19.-The reorgan' a
tion of the Yaryan naval stoves : im
pany was made possible, accord!* to
local official)}, by the knited ? ' ?tea
court's denial of the trustees ap. ilca
tion for a writ seeking to review the
court of appeal's decisions, which had
decided tho question of Jurisdiction
In fevor of the Georgia court.
The dt-.irion means the United
States court for Georgia will complote
the administration or the property.
The company has general offices here
and manufacturing plants at Bruns
Flood Warning IsHned.
Kanada City, June 19.-The weath
er bureau-today warned residents or
onr.t and west bottoms of Kan st J City
to move immediately from the first to
second floors of their dwellings and
be prepared for a flood. Their dis
tricts ure m sections adjoining Kan
sas and Missouri rivers. Both are
rising rapidly because of recent raina.
"rii?* storm area extended all over
Kansas and western Missouri last
night and today all rivera in Kansas
are reported^rising. _ '_
.New York, Juno 19.-William Jen
nings Bryan, addrcsing a labor peace
meeting here tonight, attacked form
er President* Roosevelt and Taft nu
the leading sponsors ol an organiza
tion which stood for tho uso af fore
iu Internationa: affair*, which Brya
declared were inamicabie to the true
interests of thia country and to ti
cause of International pea
ZA S RULE
RESIGNATION OF MINISTERS
Is Established in Fort in Vera
Crux Harbor-MOT? TOO- A
Me Is Expected.
Washington, June H.--General Car
ranga, the original leader ot tba Mexi
can constitutionalist movement, lt
face to face with a situation which
may eliminate him as a factor in.
.Mexican politics unless he yields to
the dictation of his commanding gen
oral. Obregon. and other high officials,
In his army.
Officia advices today revealed that
four of Carranza'a cabinet' ministers
had resigned' abd that Obregon wa?
insisting on their retention as well aa
the dismissal ot a number to whew
they are opposed.
News has been received that General
Maytorena, the Villa commander ac
Sonora, objects vigorously to the po*
ululo landing of American marines te
rescue Americana in tba Yaqui yty?
The cabinet orlso crea
angle to the ?ntirc MtixLcen.
overnight. This criais hes hait?d
movement ot General Cr?eteles.
President Wilson le pati?atly i
lng .lor the situation in Mexico U
veiop itself.-'pore clearly;4before
to walt a few weeks mora far the
tions to get together.
Washington, June 19.
Carranza has abandoned his head
quarters In the lighthouse at Vera
Cruz and has established hjhisaif In
the fortress of San Juan de Uloa out
In the harbor. This was reported to
the state department today by Cot
Carranza'a move, coupled VfUh r?~
oorts of dissensions resignations
lp his cabinet, '.' -egarded here as bf
much significa* xe In the J?exican sit
Washington. June 19.- Differences
are reported to have arisen between
Carranza and General Obregon. Oc
cupation of Mexico City' by Carranza
troops under General Pablo Gonzalo?
havo been postponed pending cabinet
Latest advices received were that
four of eight members of the cabinet
have resigned; that Obregon had
insisted In a telegram to Carranza
that they must be retained and that
the fifth member, minister of publto
Instruction, be dismissed. A newspa
per article by the later, attack!**
some of his colleagues In the cabinet
led to the break. .
President Wilson Intends to wait
several weeks for the situation to
shape Itself more clearly before any
definite steps are takn In th new
policy anuouncd ia his recent state?
ment to Mexican factions. He wants
to see coalition of the various
branches of the original constitution
al! it movement, and no recognition
wlh be accorded until a government
is set uup which gives promise of
Teutons Captare Graf aka.
Vienes. Jane 19.-Grodeka, seven
teen miles west of Lemberg and
Komarno, twenty miles southwest ot
Lemberg, has >?*en captured by the
AUBtro-Qermans, according to an Aus
trian official announcement issued to
Bryan referred to his work.
lng "in crystallizing
favor of peace in support
tdent'a efforts to reach
settlement of all "l^H^
during tb? war s rise
country and belUgi-per
He declared no odfoi
could have a il??""