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ANDERSON? S. C SATURDAY M?RN&G, JUNE 26, 1915.
fcTlIXERY, CAVALRY AftD
I INFANTRY PREPARED
I"?'-' ... ? I
lo INDICATIONS OF
lathing Overlooked to Insure
jj Protection of Life of Geor
gift Former. j
: AtiAnta, June 26.-A battery of nr
y.tl??err irnUy equipped,- ?/bAUaliou of
pantry and: avtrdop of cavalry of Kio
joorgia National Guard tonight stood
ifamrd at the country horny >f Joak M.
^ttton who retired at noon today tts
All was quiet and there B?emed to b:>
o Indication of further demonBtrtt
?y parsons who disapproved of
snot's action in cpm
utiing the dfeath senienwv rf'Leo M.
r Conditions appeared lo be normal
a thp down-town district jof Atlanta,
M as a precaution against anydhs
f?er there wan a double watch*jplac
d on guard. All near-beer saloons
by police orders
Som? of those arrester'are ]
alleged to have had firearms. f/They
are detained at the county jai to
night under orders from Adjatant
' Former Governor siaton reniiued
at home tonight. It is understood
the guardsmen will remain on duty in
At a luncheon which was given
this afterno&n by a Rotary Cub of
noboh in ihonor of Nathanil E.
^?wirriB, Georgia's new governor Mr.
?Hg&pn said : Honest people ] may
rae wibi me, but we r?alfcje we
must be measured by our conscience.
Two thousand years ago anothen gov
ernor washed hts hands o a caa? and
turned over a!*Jew to a mob.] For
hpusand years that governor's
name has been accursed. Il (today
another Jew were lying in hit [grave
because I failed to do my wty, I
jgKQuld,- 'all thought life, find bkpd on
. tpy hands and would consider.myself
eh assassin through cowar dut."
Atlanta, June 26.-Twonty-? c men
were brought to the county ji 1 here
today by militiamen guardh the
country home of Gorsernor -! laton.
Militiamen said the men w> s ar*
refited while trying to enter I s gov
ernor's estate lttBfc night ai I arc
hold op the ordera of MaJ< Hall,
rn dingee guard at . i laton'o
Atlanta. Jane 26.-Beer
locker clubs were closri
. a night watch of poll
^^?aton's residence for ext^ dut
: militia guard, still sur
Governor Slaton'a country
-an effort of tho au horlttea
? Mall aar troubl? today or
which might result from
demonstrations over Slaton's
tatura of Leo Frank's death i
?n's te: m a* governor ?eptre;
?< ,?bc& today when Goverhoi Na
. will bo inaugurated. Every
Cilng IB quiet early today, th-e uusi
ec tlon. |?, patrolled by a doutl*
wntcfk of psffinand forty
ht to the sapi
* ON THE EXCHANGE!
Mow York, Juno 2**.-<Movemen
stocke this we?k was mostly uneer
tfibi with under jrrejUfl of heaviness
This was particularly true ?T securt
U?'?T conirtriring. thc southveBtere
roup ot railways, virtually all araiel
isuca registered a severe decline, j
High grade investment issues wert
nder frequent pressure aa a resulj
ffor^rn .OfflerJugs, caused by ia?
uaciie of tho Hugo hew British waf
)an. Domestic war specialties*.a?
omparAtlvely. heavy and inactive
oppera lost most of the!r recant, ad-,
ance. United Staten Bte.d and allied
bares vere firmer than other Sn
tiftrlals. ewin? steady iteprovataont
Victim of Kindness.
This- photograph ??'JOWS Mrs.-Odette
Maizes Bordeaux Allen, wife or the
warden ot the Min?te . State' j>i*-ntten
tlary at Jollet, when she. waa a mem
ber of the "Tom Jones" company, con
trolled by Henry Vi, Savage. She Was
one of Mr. Savage's prima donnas nnd
had a promising caree? on the stage
;u>tll she decided to quit it. Sha was
born th New Orleans, but her home
before her marriage was in LOB
ir: 'the i:i:Vt?lU?iu!i." :>i:.-.iy r?lo.'iu.i u.
anguratcd there had been due to her
initiative a|id the risonepe felt
grateful to her. The feeling against
the trusty suspected of killing her
is as strong in as outside the prison.
STATE IS SEARCHING FOR I
FORMER WIFE OF
New York, June 26.-In a lull to
iday in the court proceedings to de
termine the sanity of Harry K. Thaw,
! it became, known that the state is try
j lng to find Evelyn Nesbit Thaw, the
I central figure in the shooting of Stat. .
ford Wt. i te, to place her on he wit
I ness stand. Process seven, made a
fruitless search throughout the city.
Now York, June 25.-Several resi
dents of Manchester, N. H., todey tes
tified thai, they believed Harry Thaw
sane. State's counsel announced that
they will stage in the court movies
Thaw posed for.
State Department Promises to Co
operate In Effort to Relieve
Washington, Juno 26;-Twenty
members of a eommlt?ee appolntr-d
by more tl-fin one thousand American
Importers today lalnd before Secre
tary Lansing and other state depart
ment officials a petition in which
Great Britain's interference with
commerce in non-contraband articles
through j neutral countries to and
from Germany ts deplored. The of
ficials promised aid.
v A note Is now in preparation for
'Great Britain. Secretary Lansing
took th? tacts presented by the Im
porters nader consideration and will
communicate with S?reald*nt Wilson.
TENNESSEE CLUBS LEGAL
Court Hectares Law Forbiding Stor
age ef LIao?r Invalid.
\\ MempiV ; Tenn.. June 26.-TenneB
! see's new lock dib ??w, proMblt
? kW (he storage of liquor^ tor lndivi
" fra?rnal clubs
>n SM ia a drei
m, Jn criminel
GERMANS FAIL TO GAIN Fi
AFTER SIX DAYS SIEGE
London, June 26.-Thc li o ni merin g
by the Auetro-Germnns against tho
K-ussian forces in Galicia continu??
wi.; io ut cessation.'" but apparently withy
less success to the Teutonic allies
than in most ot the many butti.*.';
fought during the Galicien campaign
tor the possession of Prznmysl anti
Fvbm Petrograd comes claim? of
victory' in the six day battle atong
the Dniester river, all attempts of
tbe TeiitonB to gain a foothold on tb?
north bank having been frustrated
with heavy IOSBCB to -ti io aturd?
The latest German official state
ment admit? the I -assla?s still hold
tho right bank near Halloz. but says
th0 fjgpting still continues.
Accountr. of German " military, ac
tivity in Russian Poland come/ nt
the same time as reports that mi.iy
big guns from Essen, Germany, ICa
are bping skipped to that region. That,
action is possibly In preparation for
another drive at Warsaw ~.
Pronounced German successes
seemlnglythave occurred :iot far from
tlie east Prussian border.*" Germans
claim the'capture by storm -ot Rus
sian positions north of ? Prsasnysx and
the Russians admit a revergo, in tint
region through the superior artillery !
fire of tbe Germars.
Neither the-, french ^^r**'" Germans ;
statement? . Indicate-opei'efloris o tim-;
mediste moment in the western war j
arena. The French admit Uie lack!
of progress. Gormans say some I
trenches were' regained.
play on the European ch-, -.hoard. It.
ls conceded thc next move ls Ger
many's, and that will probably be
against Warsaw, Paris' or Calais.
German activity ls reported in the
Argonne, which mav indicate a drive
toward Paris. Closing of the Bel
g.an frontier may mean the transfer
of German veterans from eastern
AIDS WORK Ot
San Francisco, June 26.-The fact
that the cost of federal meat inspec
tion ls less than six cents for eaclt
of the millions pf animals slaughtered
was brought,out In a paper by Dr.
George Dltcwig ot the Bureau of Ani
mal Industry, of tr.c Urited States
department of agriculture presented
before the annual meeting of the
American Academy of Medicine here
today. In citing.his figures. Dr. Dite
wig was trying to drive home "The
Economic Importance of the Federal
Inspection of Meats and Meat-food
Products Destined tor Commerce"
which was the subject of his address
"In tho fiscal year ending Juno 30,
1914," i?? said, "inspection was main
tained at a total of 893 establish
ments in 244 cities and towns In the
United States. Tb? total of animals
inspected at fae time of slaughter
was ?1,989,00-r, and the number of
these passed on slaughter Inspected
was r.J,473.?00. Tlie. quantity , of
meats and products condemned on re
lnspecttons, on aceotint of having be
come tainted, rancid or otherwise un
wholesome, amounted to several mil
-k/JTbe Kim appropriated by congrega
Atlanta, June. ?6. - The largest
throng of people who have gathered
for an inauguraten In. Georgia since
the. ci .'il war overflowed the hall of
representatives, at -the capitol this
morning when Governor Nat K. Har
ris took tho path of office and deliv
ered his inaugural address .
i " The members of tn? assembly and
!? the hundreds of infr rested Atlantnns
I made up lesa than l.*lf the crowd, as
nearly 2,000 Mscol. pcopK. came for
the special purpose or participating in
the Inaugural parade ,and giving their
I dloUngulsJwtd '. fellow townsman, a
The official military escort in the in
a ugo rai pefsde was headed by thc
I Second Georgia, N. G. G.. which came
; from Maco* $rp the purpose. The Ma
con peoplu msr nev:rr succeed in their
attempt to move th4? capitol to Macon,
hut (hip morning they made the old
.dome feel like it waa in Macon for a
Ha expressed the uopn that the Eu
ropean war would be a blessing m dis
cing Georgiaa? to rely on
rS AL?N G
front for. another Htte?npl on Calais
and the English cgjgincl.
It la reported" HajL the Cern?an*
are taking big'gilgi from Essen for
the Warsaw front j?
The Italiana dfln to be consoli
dating positions tl? hgvo won uloug
the Isonxo. J *
From Dardaneil? one report gives
enormous TurklShHosSos in defend
ing Gall toll PeniaMlg (from ?ho al
lies' attack?. , , i .j
A CoustantinopL Sispnicli gives tho '
official Turkish^ latcjnVnt, suylng
daring the night o Ihe jWrd. the rlyiit
Wing surprised an lle?lrnycd. an Jl?ie
uiy detachin^t'hfij iSeddui "*:-hr put
ting the enotnjy uv Shln? guns out of
action and cantur w, rillen, ammuni
tion and other ""wi ?booty.
Koaie official -pl fcmi-.it last night
said the* Austria! I are reinforcing.
?lacing new batte ms on the Tyrol
rentino region, b I the Malians f'us
tttating this.-week I a?plery..
According to t jg igtest Russian
official statement, tie iiift bank of
thc Dniester has Ben fentlrel clear
?1 of Teutonic tamps' who forced
th^lr way across twp pointa earl/
thin week, hut - i stro-Gernrans are
making desperate ftorts to effects r.
passage eisewHei ' 'Tbe Teutonic
began bridging o rations soufb of
Buknszowicc oh night, and de
tachments ivlrich ad dressed wore
driven hack, A ?attie is still rag
ing at that nolnl ?early every
where ?IBO aiong tie. eastern front
the Teuton driv?. checked, accord
ing to retrograd.
The branch repl t comparativo in
is a full page' appeal - for peace,
la a full page appeal for eace,'
emanating from the managing com
mittee of socialist democratic party
of Germany. It saya Germany has
demonstrated that she Is uncon
querable and In the name of human
ity and culture she should take the
first step to bring peace.
for meat inspection for that year was
$.1,200,000, within wfiich sum the. ser
vice was maintained. In other words
the cost to the people of the United
states was less than six cents for
each of the 50,909,000 animals slaugh
tered. . This charge covered the en
tire Inspection.' from the live animal'
to the fnnl examination of the meats
and the finished products when ready
for delivery to dealers or customers."
It was, however, not only in the
protection of the. people from unfit
food that the value of federal in
spection,, should be found, he said, but
?Iso in the eradication of diseased
herds, which cause su'.h enormous
losses on the farms.
On such a mission he pointed out
that the federal inspectors were
without authority to enter the sev
eral Btates without their consent, and
as an essential to the success Of thc
project, he urged '.lie adequate exer
cise of state police powers. "When
that time arrives," he said, "the fed
eral meat Inspection service will be
found readv to provide in trreat vol
Inme the essential dato, and in other
ways contribute to the success of thc
V OF HARRIS
their own great natural resources.
He commended the tax equalisation
Jaw and saw in it a means by which
glaring inequalities moy be remedied.
He referred to Tax Commissioner
.John C. Hart as a wise administrator
or the law.
The paasage of a compulsory cdu- j
nation measure, he said, would justify
a revision of Georgia's entire common
school system. He paid a high trlt
ate to bo teachers of the state, declar
ing they were nn efficient and devoted
class of workers.
He said ho waa in favor of a s ir let
enforcement of Georgia's prohibition
laws. "Liquor Helling Is not allowed
Jp. Georgia, therefore liquor selling
sbonld cesse just aa gambling and
stealing and murder and other crimes
should lr-, pat down. Fdr my part I
believe tbe prohibition law is salutary,
reasonable, economic and an aid to
good government, Georgia has been
somewhat lax in the enforcement of
this laW. * is tinto for investigation
and for d termination. If the law
needs vatr* gthening, see that it i?
Mother And So
Spent a F
Mri, William Thuir.
This photoR-aph shows Harry Thaw
and his mother, who hus nient a
fortune trying to get him out of Jail
for killin?; Stanford White.' on their
way to hi? latest trial In New York
elty. The highbst court of the state
has just affirmed the decision of a
IK AUTO RACE
DARIE RESTA MAKES 97.6
MILES AN HOUR FOR
(Viicago, June 2C.-AU competitive
speedway automobile records of tiie
world, from ifty to five hundred miles,
were broken here today in tho flrfit
Chicago five hundred mile dorby.
They were not only benton by Harle
Resta, driving a French car, but by
nine other drivers who won prizes.
Resta averaged 07.C miles an hou~
or five hundred miles. J. Cooper who
finished tentj\ averaged 90.3. The
previous records, made recently at In
dianapolis by Fm!ph De'Pulma, was
89.94 miles an hour. Pdrpci;ate, who
finished sceonu to Hesta, average
96.5; Rickenbacker, third. 9.%.8
Purchase of Equitable Stock by Du*
Peat Won't Affect Organization.
New York, June 261-Counsel for
the vating trustees of the Equitable
Life Insurance society and counsel
for General T. Coleman DuPont today
conferred with State Superintendent
of Insurance llasbrook, regarding
tho proposed mutuallitation of tho
8oclety and the purchase of tho
majority of stock by Gen. DuPont,
At the close of the conference, i
Hanbrook issued a statement saying j
he wa? satisfied the interests of the
policyholders would not suffer by tho '
transfer of stock control. '
? NOTICE. +
? ' - *
? This ia to give notice that J. ?
? B. Tldwell ls no. longer COB nert- *
? ed with The Intelligencer, aad *
? ls not auihorlxed lo sellelt sae- ?
? serfpUoas er collect for the same <t>
? for this paper.. Agents daly *
? qualm*d to solicit subscriptions ?
? and eqalptM with official receipt +j
?fr ?eeks will saske the ro*?ds ?f #1
? the still villages hereafter. ? j
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n She Has
ortune To Free
lower court granting him a Jury triad
on the direct questions ot sanity.
Heretofore in all Thaw's other efforts
to get out he has left his caBe to a
single Judge with the result that In
each instance the court has ruled
INCOME TAX LAW
BRIEF ALLEGES STOCKHOLD
ERS ARE CHARGED ON
. Washington, June 26.-Papers
wer? riled hero today in the supreme
court attacking the constitutionality
of the federal Income tax law which
promises to be the most important
case before tho court ot the next
term. Counsel for John F. and
Horace E. Dodge of Detroit flied a
brief attacking the surtax on the in
come of individ?ala. Among othor
n ilngn it IB charged that stockholders
in corporations when computing their
sur-taxes aro subjected to liability for
the gains and profits of corporations
which have not been divided or dis
Food and Draff Inspecter.
('ilutnbhia, June 26.-James Land,
of Chester, h?s been nppointed pure
I'.K 1 and (Irii;; inspector by Commis
sioner Watson, fer the state depart
ment of agriculture.
MODE LABOR TROUBLE
EXPECTED i GH?
LEADERS BELIEVE GREATEST
LABOR WAR IN YEARS
. Chicago, June 26.-A general shut
[down of Chicago's building industry,
which it ls said, will throw more
.than 200,090 workers out of em
playment. went Into effect today.
Contractors and Jabir leaders be
lieve the shut dawna are the begin
ning or one o?' the ?rettest labor wars
In recent years.
This was decided at a.meeting last
night o? representatives ot allied
building material interests as an an
swer to the referendum vote of I?,
! 0(H) Rtrlklng carpenters wno defeated
RUMORED FORMER DICTA
TOR IS PLANNING NEW
GOING TO MEXICO
Entrance of Huerta Would likely
Brins Factions Now at
War Together. '
Washington, June 2C-Official news
of the severe defeat of the Carranga
forces advancing on Mexico City, was
quite overshadowed in .interest today
by -announcements from both Carran
za and Villa agencies here that a'
large party of Huerta adherents;
orn?er military commanders and leg
islators, are en route to Bl Paso, pre
sumably with the intention of starting
a new military movement.
The Villa agency's announcement
said lt had an unverified report that
General Huerta ls in the party. No
verification of ttiat was received to
night from any quarter, however.
Huerta left New York for the West
lent Wednesday, lt waa reported bs
wai bound for San Francisco.
? jth Villa and Carrshz? ia?eacioa
iad.cated tn their snnouncements that
tbviy expected tba United States to
ls regarded aa probable, In some quar
ters that the Huerta adherents' ac
tions might bring the Villa and Car
ranza factions toged i?r.
Washington, June 2$.-Charles 4L
Douglas and Eliseo Arrendehdo, rep
resentatives here of General Carranza,
lett today for Vera Crus to confer
with the first chief. It ts understood
the object of their mission .1B to
acquaint Carranza with the American
viewpoint as outlined by President
It ls also understood that Douglas
and Arrendendo viii endeavor to ef
fect a reconciliation between . Car
ranza and Villa, and tbs Zapata fae*
Official attention here today was
focused principally upon the ' situa
tion In Mexico City. Anxiety, of
Washington officials was Increased
because of reports ot a battle be
tween Carranza and ' Villa-Zapata
orces for possession of the city, be
cause telegraphic communication with
Mexico City is cut off and famine con
ditions here are growing worse.
Meagre official advices from Vera
Cruz reported the failure of General
Gonzales to enter the city, While un
official advices from Carra?as sources
said the Gonzales troops bad occu
pied a considerable portion ot the
capital. It is stated department ad
vices announced Carranza's guaran
tee of protection for non-combatanto
at Mexico City.
Reorta of continued unrev in Yu
catan, Mexico, have caused' the navy
department to Instruct Rear Admiral
Ca port?n, with the cruiser Washing
ton to call at Progreso on hts way
to Cape Ha?tien. He will reach Pro
General Villa in a message dated
yesterday at Aguas Callentes,' and
received at the Villa agency her? to
days say?: "Reported capture rt
Aguas Calientes by Carranxists is
I absurd. Our operations ar? progress
Tock Long Automobile Ride In
Afternoon and Spende the
Windier. Vi , June 26, -President
Wilson, with membei's of his family,
took a long automobile rid? tb!
teraoor and spent the evening
at ?he "Summer White Ho?
While the president was
negro employes of his
which remains here for
j helped to put ont a fire tn a
I near the railroad tracks. The presi
dent expressed pleasure Wfcen
learned of their work
." , , r I?.
Leaden. Editer ?cad.
London. June U6.- .Alexander Ken
ealy, editor of the. London Dall* Mir
ror, died today, aged M. iCo^ealy