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ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915.
NOIE OF DENIA
UNITED STATES WILL TAKE
FIRM STAND WITH GER
Ambassador is Expecting to Re- j
ccivc Note From Berlin at
(By Associated Press)
Washington, April 10.-Thc United
Slates government hus determined
that tile grave submarino situation
cannot be cleared up by a German
note denying that Germany's subma
rine torpedoed the British channel
steamer Sussex, and disclaiming
blame for attacks on other ships. This
conclusion was reached from an in
vestigation by the United .States of
recent, attacks on unarmed ruerchant
liir-n, which developed convincing evi
dence pointing to illegal submarine
An official announcement was made
today that Ambassador Gerard would
re?oive Germany's disclaimer tomor
row, lt is expected that Germany's
note and data from American foreign
representatives on the .recent subma
rine attacks will reach tho United
States in time for a cabinet meeting
Friday. Then, it admitted, definite
action will doubtless be takon. No
diplomatic rupture is likely, but
should such a crisis arise the presi
dent will go before congress.
DORSEY ?0 OPEN HIS
WHERE FRANK KILLED
AUlanta, April 10.-Tho guberna
torial boom of Hugh Doraoy. whose
claims to public recognition rests
un bis prosecution of Leo M. Frank,
will bc launched in Cobb^ county,
where Leo'M. Frank was lynched, by
the organization of a "Hugh Dorsey
club." the members of which.'accord
ing to report, will pledge themselves
t in writing to vote for Dorsey as gov
ernor wnd will contribute fl'" each to
'a Dors\ ? campaign fund.
The k un, according to private In
formation, is for tho movement to bc
taken up in counties adjoining Cobb
cou&ty, and after that for the move
niflsw to spread over the state, if it
?.an bo malle 'to spread.
- It is stated that details of tho plan
. havo boon carofully worked out, that
Hie machinery is tuned up and ready
tp start wlien tho psychological mo
lt is further stated that on the re
ceipt of "Information" that tho Cobb
county Hugh Dorsey club Ivis been
o: pani/.c,V'\ 'and that other clubs have
been prgnnissd., or-will shortly bo or
ganized, and on receipt of copea ol
. evolutions adopted, names of voters
i'liuF,' ii. tmi??uiB ?uuscfiuvu lu cam
paign oxpenses, etc. Mr. Dorsey, It
i*, undeitdtood, will yield to what ap
pears to be a widespread demand for
him to make tho race, and will an
nounce hifBClf a candidate.
This announcement, according to
present plans,' will not-be forthcom
ing until after tho d?mocrate conven
tion in Macon May ?rd for the election
of delegates to the national conven
tion ft St. Louis.
i The launching of the cobb county
. "boom" will be so timed that Mr.
l?orsoy'a announcement, will, bo given
to tho pu^?aboUt o week or ten days
after thcOfheon convention.
Tho supposed political advantage pf
launching the" Dorsey."..boom" in Cobb
. ec un ty aro obvioun. -It waa hi.Cobb
county that Mary Phagati, Lgo Frank's
alleged victim, lived-before her fami
lv moved to Atlanta. It was in Cobb
county that feeling in the MFrank case
ran highest, lt .wai to Cobb county
that tho mob took Prank and lynokfld
Wk e Uior political theories along
this linc will prove out. when actually
tested; remains 4o.be steen.. .
A .prominent Cobb county lawyer
and politician, who was tn the stnt'i
. < a ni toi Saturday . on business, ' wa?
- asked Ko fetato his opinion. He said:
"Cobb county folks will turn out
ic ?v"K ni Hugh TXirnoy ajj a. cu nosily.
Whethev. they will voto for him for
governor ia something else.." .
Editor lancaster New?. s
lurnea et or, 3. C., April 10.-Lu
Ellison, fer some fimo secretary
tba Lancaster chamber of commerce-?
has boon elected editor of ThQ,LancaB
Led Troops Who K
Colonel w. (
Colonel \V. C. Brown of the Tenth |
Cavalry lcd the American troopers:
who' eadie upon u camp of Villa fol - >
lowers at Aguascalientes, and Killed ?
- L1?FT A WI
GEORGIAN MADE STATE
MENT THAT HE WITNESSED
DOCUMENT AT MIL
STORY OF THE WILL
Henry Heard Tells of Going lo
Smith Home at Night to
Act As Witness.
Macon, tia., April IO-Janies M.
Smith, lato of Smithoniu, Oglethorpe
county, did not dio 'intestate-unies:,
he changed his mind shortly heforc he
died,.destroyed hi? will and saki noth
ing about H to his friends und those
whom he had witnesses to thc docu
Despite the fact that tho United
States district court li engaged ex
tensively in trying to decide who
properly are the heirs to approximate
ly $3,000,000 worth of property loft
by runner : jim" Smith, the than who
accumulated tho property decided for
himself, long before he died, what dis
position ho wanted made of lils es
tate, and set out his desires in l^gul.
and ia conformity with the thorough
ness of bia business methods, which
iiad marked him as one of the mo*t
remarkable men of his time in tieor-,
James M. Smith made a will, which
was -witnessed by . Henry Heard, ot
Lnion Point, Ga., and Ilehrd's broth
er-in-law, Jesse Turnell. Whether or
not -there'was a third witness is not
known at thia time, but tho im
^rci?alon gathered, in recital of the
fact ig thai there was. Who tuc third
wttncjs was, if three people-witnessed
Mr. Smith's signature, can .not bc as
certained. One of the two' known wit
nesses ts dead; tho other is living nt
Unter? Point,1 and recalls distinctly the
Incident surrounding the making of
tho.will by-Mr. Smith, and conver
saWoiis with Mr. Smith about tho will
on more than One''occasion.
Wirti eventuall> has become, of the
wlllr however, ia a mystery. Thc re
maining living -witness-or, -the only,
ona knoarn--expresaos the belief that
lt will '?turh'up" sooner, or5 later, that
?(s existence .must bo known of by
iiomebody-interested in tho pending
litigation and finally, his opinion is, if
the courts do not determine the cana
in a way more beneficial to auch bene
Helarles aa ere named -in the will, it
will be brought forth /
When the Will Was Mad?. *
About fifteen- years ago Mr. 1 Henry
Heard was employed by Farmer Jori
AI. -Smith, e* a milKvn'Ght and
".Hr M't ." i iir,..- iff. i'i-???-U
(CONTtfinEn ON PAOE FOUR-V
tbftty cf them. Ile led his mon on u
twenty mile dash to catch thc Mex- j
leans a.1: dinner. Tilley were so sur
prised that they fled without killing J
LL AND IT
N ''T?RN UP"
Alleged Bankrupt Fugitive, Now
in Custody, Was Few Days
in Anderson Hospital.
Greenville, April 10.-Pursued in
three ?tatos, John C. Langley, a bank
rupt mendiant of Calhoun Kalis, who
is charged with concealing bankrupt
assets, 'Waa apprehended Sunday night
at DUlstasjp, ?. C., according to in
formation received by federal olUcials
here. Langley was accused of secret
ing goods valued at $2,000 and when
ordered tlio first time to appear for
tt'ial ho was carried to an Anderson
lipsplUil. Tho trial WUK postponed
until last. Friday. When he failed to
appear that Hmo the court ordered
tiiat hiB ?bond of $1,000 be estreated,
A bench warrant was issued for his
arrest. Ill? attorneys. Sam Maye:? and
Frank Cllnksiialos of Abbeville wore
communicated with and they inform
ed the offloinlB hero that Langley waa
supposed to bo r."ur Charlotte; C.
Deputy ManJinll J. C. Bruce was
essayeJ to run down the alloged fugi
tivo and he went from hero to Abbe
ville, thence .to Cornelia. Ga., and from
Georgia be followed I^ingley'? trail
Mito North Carolina. Last night the
officer swooped down upon his man.
having located him dn a different sec
tion of North Carolina as had been in
dicated by Langley's .attorneys.
According to a telegram rocoiv^l' at
the United States marshal's office,
Mesaraaya and CliukscaleK offered
a reward of $200 for Longley 'a arrest.
Langley will be held for trial.
PLAYING AN ERRORLESS
GAME, HARVARD DEFEATS
WORLD CHAMPIONS 1 TO ?
Boston, April 10.-Fielding more
.brliilantiy Uian Uve - Boston Ameri
cana,- Harvard today defeated the
world ehampions ono to 0. Harvard
played an errorless game.
'Beaton made four errors.' Bositon,
flViA Ililli Hiirv.-.-il fOVr- fltil?/>rlnc
Harvard; Malian, Garrett and Hart;
Bostbn, Orc-gg, Mcllale and Agnew. ,
President Has Cold.'
Washington, April 10-?President
Wilson ia suffering from a troubler
some cold. Ho h-i? cancelled all en
gagements and will remain tn the
\BLEST OF HUERTA GENER
-?LS SAID TO HAVE CROS
SED INtO MEXICO
RAISES ARMY TO
Salazar Will Join Diaz-Gavira
Says Carranza Forces Able
to Handle Villa.
(Uv Associai od Pre?..)
Kl l'UM?, April I?.- ( .'citerai tim ira,
['arrange commander ?1 Juan/, ?a.
unlined t<?tifr;}Jt llt?t thc Curratixti
?orces are hi petition t<? take intineil
ate control of thc Villa situation ii
Vim rii nu troops are wiihdrawii. His
ililli ment WUK made in con nert lou
with the anii<iHBCt-MM'i!f o? Major t.?ti
"nil Scott, Ameritan elliot of slniY.
thal tlic purpose of tho PX ped lllon
iviitiltl he considered nrciiuipll.-dicd
irhfffli lite Mihi .hands ure dispersed,
ir II?. Koon as ('?rrnnzn is ?ble 1? re
lieve thc A nioner.ns in the work.
It lr reported jere that General Snl
izur, former Illyria lender, vi ho lins
liccn living herr, I.ns crossed lite bor
ter ucnr Ojlnugi tn raise nu army In
ipposc' botli the Americans nnd I'nr
ia.i/ii. Salazar, 'sahl to lie the ablest
u Mexican g?nerais, vi ill join Felix
Hinz, is ?us reported.
t)F VIKL^rUVKItltl NMNt"
XMtTHKRN IM KT MKXII'O
("By Associated Press, i
Washington, April IO.-Senator
fall, of New Mexico, who went to the
border at the request of the republi
cans immediately niter the Columbus
raid to invest?gale condition?, deohir
.d in a letter receivctl by Senator ('al
linger today that the Carrumia troops
ire not co-operating willi tho Amer
Senator Kali complained ? ilint the
holder patrol ls not being contiticteil
With adequate force SMI ll naid an "Un
guarded gap of nine ni lea ma Jo the
Kolumbus ran) pov"?ible. Fall a-'isvrl
.d that. Villa sympathizers are over
running northern Mexico and VI lin
could easily capture Chihuahua t'ii\
Mcauso tile garrison there la friendly
REPORT OK "DEAD M i ir
FIXED UV CAHHANZA
IIKMKI? AT IVASHINC'i'ON
(Hy Associated Press)
Washington. April 10.-Such mark
?d improvement in border conditions
ms been reported 'by General Funs
en tliat the war department is con
ddoring drawing upon troops Btation
>d in Texas to strengthen the cxpedi
ion's lino of communication.'Officers j
rV.cd tonight I hat from now on in
.. \ivy would he used to reinforce
. .nmnnicalion lines. Cavalry will be
jed for actual work or running down
/illa. Part of thc twenty-fourth in
nntry, negroes, was withdrawn from
Del iRol, Texas, after a private was
tilled by a ranger attempting to ur
cst him. Officially unnounccd today
hat tho reportB ?lint Carranza had
lxod a ."dead line" beyond which the
Vmorlcon troops could ont go, were
Jntrue. It was slated also thal no j
late upon which tho troops would be
vltlidrawn was set. Latest advices
rom Pershing wore dated last Satur
lay, and tend lo show that the Aemr
cans have not been engaged willi Vil
a's troops for over a week.
(Uy Associated Press.)
Rono, Nevada, .April 10.-J. Put
nam Stephens, interval potentate of
the Mystic Sh ri ncr?, an no m iced to
night that ho has'ordered t\}\t five
thousand dollars bo taken irom the!
relief fund, of the order and donated
to Sufferers, from tile recent fire nt
Aug ifs ta, Ca. , :.
?Tdxr Caused Arrest .*
London. April 10.-Sergeant "Isey"|
Smith, the Mnnchestvo jewish .win-1
aor of: the Victoria Cross, was arrest
ed as e. deserter in -London boc a uso
a taxi driver refused to drive htm to
the railroad . elation; causing Wm to
miss his train.
New Cabinet Woman Dislikes Society
Mis. Newton D. linker.
Mi?.-?. Newton H. -'linker, ii', tho %ut Mio capital. Sho thinks t'aclety In
Washington !s ?h'e least atiSracllvo |
r< ?turo of tho position she will hold
new secretary of war. hus gone lo
Washington fi;,in ?ur Cleveland limn*
TILLMAN FAVORS A
TO PROTECT COTTON]
. HELD VP
Judge Gary Grants Order Biock
Jnrj Enforcement of New
SENATOR URGES PLAN TO]
SAFEGUARD STAPLE HELD
IN WAREHOUSES OF
. t'oliiiuhhi, S. c.. April in -Attorney
Gen'cnil Pi-nfilcs. aiiil (n.suinncoConi
li'iluHlctit'^ Mel faster were sorvod to
day with i!i injunction restraining
them from enforcing thu antt-coptpuct
in sn ra ni" law. Tho temporary order
was granted hy Chief .lu&Uc? or Sn
promo Court (Jury al Akbovillo Satur
day on tho petition of David IO. ften
derson, a Charleston insurance mun.
It alleges tho law is discriminatory.
A hearing will be held Apr!'. 17. .
i uiiii umina
CHARGES NO AVAIL
He Would Bar From thc Organi
zation Any Except Men of
Good Character and
Rivers and Harbor Bill Approved
With Forty Million Ap.
. Washington, April IO.-Thc long de
buto on tho rivers and harbors bill
wup virtually completed in the house
today. Leaders expect thc measure
to pass tomorrow. Thc bill, carry
ing an appropriation of uhout forty
million dollars, hos been approved
practically as framed hy the commit
tee. Efforts of thc republicans to cut
down tho totals, charging "Pork Dar
rel" methods, has bei n unavailing.
Tho senate mudo rapid progress on
the sugar hill and was about to pass
it when Senator Works announced
that he wished to offer an amendment
tomorrow. The 'bill ls a substituto
for the house resolution repealing 'the
free sugar clause of thc present tariff
.i% '* . ? : . \ &
+ ?A SK ll A LL RESULTS H *
*. ' ,- ti ,.' ??
At Athens: Georgia i; ?
? Michigan 0. . ?
? At Charlottes ville : Virgin la *
? 2; Cornell 1. . >
? At Greenvillo: Furman 15; ft
? - Citadel 4. , >
Washington, April lt).-Senator
Pen Tillman say? ho would Uk?; to
see a mutual organisation formed
among the people of South Carolina
to guarantee holders of cotton in
the warehouse? of that stato uga In st
losses by fire or other culuinllios.
Since it.ho iinesilon* of insurance I?
ono of tho 'biggest problems connect |
cd with tho warehousing system-at]
the present limo lie beloved the plan
he s?ggosted wMl both afford protec
tion and merit popular approval.
"I would bo in favor of a mtututll
company of some sort in which tho
members could agree among them*
??.Ivos to malic them good. Let it be
formed 1iy people who kuow each
other, and who n\j?y li? depended
? upon. Let'nobody in it bul men ot
j good character.
"Such a mutual arrangement!
should ho made strong enough," bel
BUid, 'so. if ii big fire comes, UH III
Augusta and other places, ll wouldn't
wtpo everything out of business.
"The members, knowing each oth
er, and having confidence in cachi
other, ought to bc able to work ont
nomo system that would bc a safe-?
guard to their .interests and tho In
terests of those whoso cotton ls stor
ed away in the warehouses."
..Senator Tillman ls not inclined|
strongly td insurance of tho ware
houses by tho stato, ulUiough he
gnvo no dofinlto statement to tho ef
fect that he would oppose such a plan
If the stato cares to go Into it. He
ls rather inclined to doubt tho foasl
Hlity ?nd advisability of tho state
entering on such a venturo, prefer
ring that tho capital of bu KI ii ess men
Gr ?tltv?? thT?ugMQUi tn? DUSL? uO
interested it <poasiblo. Ho stressed
tho point that 'Abey should bo men
who have confldonco >ln each'other
"those.who"know each other." .
Ho nuggests that the ?Lato should
have tira' power of regulating suck ta
plan in order that absoluto guaran
tee ot strongth may. be lr d. He was
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONA.}
FINDING ON THIS PROBLEM
OF VITAL IMPORTANCE
Kentucky City's Ordinance Sepa*
rating Blacks and Whites
Now Being Tested.
( Ry As II 'au .i Prc >
Wnsliinglca, April IO. Tho quos
Lioii whether cll>*t>< may i iiat-t. ittys
to separate white and negro Inhabi
tant*! was put botero the '"lilted States
sit] romo coull today.
.Thc churl wis told that tu rinding
0:1 thc rt-* mgresut'on problem
would I ; of vital Importance to tho
sooth. Tho case before the court In
thrt of tho Louisville ordinance,
which makes lt unlawful for a nogro
to occupy n residence In ii lilock
where a majority of thc reuiden?; OTC
while. Similar nrpvUrions wero made
fer tho whites .rliifti tho major'ty are
negroes. Tho decision oh tho consti
tutlonaMty ol this ordiuauco, it was
stated, would ?otilo til? vulldlty of
Uko measures pending In Richmond,
Baltimore St. Louis, Atlanta ?md oth
er southorn cities. Louisville's city
attorney dofendod tho nrxlinauco aa
necessary to preserve tho race intor
grlty. They contended lt ifhowed no
discrimination ngatufct either raco.
Clayton B. Blakley, of Louisville,
and Moorfield Storey of (Boston, or*
gued that tho st at ut o ii; a violation ot
tho etiual rights privilege of the ne
1ST SOUTH GHI
AUTO SHOW BE HELD
18 TO 22
(Spednl to Tho Intelligencer.)
Columbia, S. C.. April 10.-Organ
ized for tho purpu.se of educating the
public In tho Telative merits of va
rious cars, tho first autgmnhllo ?how
to ho staged in South Carolina will
kc held in Columbia" from April 18th
to April '?'I, inclusive. The exhibition
will bo held at Cruvuu Illili, on Wash
higton et reel. . .
While the show has been originated
bv and will bo hold under tho aus
pices of the Columbia Auto Dealern*
association, yet tl is to bo open to thc
sti.to at largo-mi exhibition of tho
latest models in automobiles and au
tomobiles accessories, lOnlries .;' al
ready have 'been made by companies
Balling tho prinoipal models in this
state, and practically the ?arno ex
hibits that were on display in the
automobile allowa by Now York and
Ch lingo will bo shown herc. ?
Carr*lng out tho idea of tho educa
tive fer lures of the''show, experts
will ne on hand to exploto tho mar
velous development in beth autumn
hiles and 'their accessories, that own
ers nnd prospectivo huyera will be
come cognisant with tho Intrlcltios of
c. ii ton told le engineering and tho rela
tive .merila of vai'?ous makes.
One of tho features- of .tho av t onio -
bilo show will bo opening garnies of
thc South ?Atlantic. league, to he play
ed in Ithbi city between tho Columbia
and Augusta baseball ' teams.
GREENVILLE MAN RUN
DOWN BY AUTO IS IN
Greenville, April 10.-With his head
badly lacerated and his body thor
oughly soro from bruise;;, lAndrcw
Webb, aged r>0, lies tn a critical con
dition nit lils home on Sixth ntrecl.
Woodsldo mill village, having been rim
down by an automobile on Augusta
street Saturday afternoon. The au
tomobile was driven bj*'-Mr. Vinson,
who is employed by Paul Traynham,
j public auto service.
. MI ? .?."H>M?T,-:V- t .
Washington, April ,10 A company
of United States marine?, skilled In
high altitude gunnery? ibis been at
iaciie? io the Advance Dase brigade
ot the United States marine corhs,
and will bo known UH tho AiiH-Alr
craft Quu company. , .... j
today "total over 2.780.000, .th*: ?ew*?
paper? here figuro by addfcfcth? #
man effleia! outlay Hits, Of these
over 6S1.000 have tb^e^i^^