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. VOLUME nt. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 6, me. R~ NUMBER 109.
SITUATION BRIGHTENS UP
ON RECEIPT AT WASH
INGTON OF BERLIN
WAS NEAR CRISIS
Outlook Park Prior to Reply of
Germany-Official Text of
Note Before Wilson
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(By Associated Prc:??.)
Washington. May 15.-Gorpiany's
noto h?'.;; 'postponed If lt actually has
not averted a. diplomatic break with
tho United States. President "Wilson
will make hie decision after ho re
ceives the official tex,*, which . ar
rived from ferlin from Ambassador
Gerard tonight. It should be before
President Wilson tomorrow.
It was stated authoritatively ofter
tho cabinet meeting today that if the
offlciul text bore out the unoflicial
press version that Germany's as
surances undoubtedly would bo ac
copted'. Before taking another atop
tho United States would await the
fulfillment of Germany's latest pro
mises. In such a case the United 1
Slates might not reply, but await |
evideucea !fo? Germany's abandon
ment of prcment methods of sub
marino .-warfare. .Pr?sident Wilson
is described ..as being in. a position
where he-cannot question Germany's
good faith. ;
Tin?. .German embassy : views', tfto
noto-os all the United States asked
for and1' signalizes the'' return ^ip
.'oruJbier,..: warfare" ^-wJ?vwtbo;;.<fujbclsi
rlno exercising tho right of visit and
Bearch. ".' % 1
Congress took the note quietly, tho
general sentiment seeming, to favor
leaving all to President Wilson.
While cabinet members, who went I
over tho unofficial version with the I
president today declined to discuss
?tho note, they indicated that a break
had been averted. The reflected tho|
view that Germany would bo accord
ed a tes', of lilac despite Germany's
roferonco to the action she expects
tho United tates; to tago aga/ J? Great
Britain's restraint of neutrat trade.
At tho state department after the
cabinet meeting only two things were
made pisar; They were that Gio
United Staten still holds to its de
termination that "mistakes" of sub
marine commanders aro not admissa
hle; also,, tho United' States must
continue to regard the discussion of
conduct of Other belligerents as lr-,
ToleyHnt to tho ilscussion of Ger
many'*; conduct. It stated also that
the United States >may ask Germany
for. the original orders given' Gorman
submarino command en; to see how
they compare with the order given in
the note requiring commanders to
visit, end search ships. whiiih do not
resist or do not try to O3capo.
"MOTHER'S DAY'* WIRE
FORMS IS THE LATEST
WESTERN UNION PLAN
'. Tho Western Union-Telegraph Com
pany, nover overlooking an opportuni
ty to ,glvo tho public improved ser
vice, SH weil as something new and
pleasing, . has now arranged to have
telegrams delivered on May iith, a
week from tomorrow, upon blanks
: bearing an inscription at tho top Of
tho form " which reads:. : "Mother's!
Day." Tho decorations encompassing
tho inscription aro quite attractive,
arid withal tho telegram will bc ono to
. make glad the heart of a mother whoso
boy or gbrl is far away from home.
Hates on these telegram*, ? will bo the
sftmo as charged on tho regular tser
. vied, and thia Ss only ?ono for tho con
venience! of the public. ;
Manager Howard ' : said yesterday
that ho lind obtained ? supply of ih*?
"Mothor's- Doy"' forms andi would be
prepared on tho 14th io handle 'any
. number of messages seat out from An
'- + FItBP?E?n???8S A
? j OllBtSTtAX DUTY. ?
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? (By Associated Pr<fes.) -Xj*
. ; . Norfolk,' May 6^-ftpeskors ?
? . at the thirVHhlt? wn?t^.. *,
? of Bpiccopal church, a^hipp,
? Greer of NeW York, and Bish- ?
? op Courtney of New York, ad
? vocatetf preparedness .s?yiag ?
i^Hmmm^^.'tM <* mk
? Christian citizenship and ? 1
?, *; compatible wita ^ristlanlty. ? j
COOPER SAYS HE
Candidate for Governor Makes
Known Plans to Green
Greenwood, May r?.-Hon. Hubert
A. Cooper -win announco bia plat
form In bis race for governor ot
Spath Carolina next week. While in
(."'reenwood yesterday afternoon Mr.
Cooper made this statement to a
diumer of friends, hut gave no Inti
mation as to what weald be tho prin
cipal issues ot bl? campaign. This
announcement will bo received, with
interest throughout tho state since
Mir.. Cooper is thc only ono of thc
several candidates for gubernatorial
honors who bas not made I:io plat
form public. Wheu he decided after
a conference with a number of sup
portera in Greenwood several weeks
ago to mako tho race ho stated that
his platform would be made known
in due time.
Mr. Cooper was In Greenwood on
hia way to Scranton, Floronoe coun
ty, whero tonight ho will make the
commencement address at tho clOpf
ing of tho Scranton high school
Ile has engagements to made ad
dresses ai.-a number of other schools
.in the eastern and Piedmont, ?oe
lions. In fact, nearly all of lar, timo
will be occupied In addressing the
people by special Invitation before
tho stato campaign opone in -Juno.
Mr. ' Cooper stated yesterday that
he was receiving most encouraging
news'of support from all sections of
the state. ,.
HIS S VP POR T
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(By .Associated Press.)
Washington, May. H.- President
Wilson has written a letter to Sen
ator Culberson, chairman of the ju
diciary committee, supporting the
nomination of Louis D. Brandeis for
the supreme court. Since 6o much
opposition has developed to Brand?is
Wilson has boen urged to withdraw
his nomination, but he refused to do
so. The letter will be made public
after lt is read to committee.
WILL MAKE TRIP
AUGUSTA TO N.Y.
IN AN AEROPLANE
Manager of Wright School Will
Probably Begin Journey
Aiugusta. Ga., May ?.-All ar-*
rangements have benn completed for
H. .,R. Rinehart, manager .of.' tno
Wright aviation school, to fly from
Augusta to ' New, York, and, .with
favorable weather conditions, ; lie will
undertake. the feat next Mohduy,
leaving Augusta at 5 a. m.
For. several weeks Mr. Rinehart
has been getting tho big biplane, in
v/hlc"a he will attempt tho flight, in
tip-top condition, and Unless ho en
counters a squall he ls confident that
Ute flight will he made without acci
dent or Interruption of any kind.
; If Mr. F/nehart succeeds in mak
ing'tue flight to New York without
making a step at an iutormediato
point he will have set a new record
in tills country fot endurance. : for
never before- has a con timi o us f?ght
of such great length been attempted.
.X- - .' . Ar ? ? ? .. ??..???...>.
llallis la Savannah.
* Savannah, .May C.-The -police this
morning raided .scores of stores abd
residences confiscating thousands of
dollars worth of liquor alleged to bo
held f?r ii?l?. Moro than loo war?
rot are Issued for men thought to
ob engaged, in tho Illicit edle' of li
Occupy Greet Towri.
;;, ?Oiens. Moy 6.^-M?ch significance
ls- ' attached by the: Crocks ' generally
to tho occupation by tho%Prench ot
tho Greok town of,loorina, owing to
tts location which is only eighteen
?niles ?outii of. Mnuasiir. .
- B?ider Destroyed.
' London, MUy S.-dt' Zeppelin raid
ed Saloniki; during early ?ours this
morning, according' to a -Redtor dis
patch. Tne airship was subjected
to' fceavy fire and reported. destroy
ed.. . S%
niHn^'! tv-.' ?'? **?BBam
.i'Dublin, Wednesday, May r>-.lus
tico ha? been swift in tko case of tho
leaders of tho Sinn Fein rebellion.
Throe of tho ring-leaders. clg?ers
of the proolaniatlon of tho short-lived
irish republic, paid .thosupremo fsac
Tifico Wednesday, - morning. .: They
president of. the provisional govern
ment; Thomas MacDoiingh and
Thomas -J. Clark. Their 'death Ken
tonces were pronounced by tho field
Dori iii, May ii.--(By Wi roi os* Via
Say ville, N. J. )-Following is tho
full text of the German noto:
"The .undersigned on behalf of tlio
imperial German government has thc
honor to present to hiv excellency,
Ambassador of tho United Staten,
James w. Gerard, following reply
to a noto of April ?0. regarding tho
conduct of Gorman submarino war
"The German govornmenl banded,
ovoir to tho proper naval authorities
for .early investigation Uic evidence
concerning the Sussex aa communi
cated by tho government of the
United States. Judglug by rom 1 Ls
that investigation has hitherto .1'hi
ed German government Is all? J to
possibility a b-hip mentioned- lu note
o? Vprl 10 as having been torpedoed
hy Gorman submarine is actually
identical-with tho Sussex.
"The German government begs to
reserve further communication on
tho nuttier until certain points aro
ascertained which aro Of decisive im
portun?e for establishing thu fads
"Should it turn out "that tho com
mander - wa?' wrong lu assuming tho
vessel io bo a man. of war, tho Gor
man govt.nment . w4ll not foll to
draw consbqUonco resulting there
"In connection with thc.'cuso ol
Ute Sussex, tho government of thc
United State:; made series pf state
ments, the first of which is tho HS
sorttbh that tho incident is to be con
sldercd but ono ot deliberate method
trf ^discriminate destruction of yos
yels of all'sorts, nationalities and des
tlnctlons by German submarino com
"Tno Gorman government ; niusfc
emphatically repudiate this assertion.
The ? German, ' government, however,
th?nlm it ot little avait to outer In
to/details In ?t? present ?into bf hf
falrs, more particularly as ibo gov
arhment of tho United States omitted
10 substantiate tho ''assertion . by ref?
sreuctj to 'concreto facta,. The .Ger
auu-|rbV?rnment win only .-state
that it. has imposed i far roaching re
straints upon uso of1 its ' submarine
weapon/ ?blely In consideration K of"
neutrals' Interests in spft? of the fftct
that those restrictions aro necessar
ily of ndvantago to' Gorman?.?' enc
tnies. No such consideration hw* over
l>?en shown the; neutrals by Great
Bataan and her allies. '.-'*sf8??
"Gorman B?rnnitrine forcee lu*Y?
liad,' tn fact. Orders to conduct sub
marino wanfar? tor accordance wUh
Ibo .?roner?l ' principles ; of . visit!'1 'abd
search'and'tho destruction of mor
lAattt',Vessels recognised hy inierna
tto?al law, the Solo exception being
?ie conduct pt warfare ' nga?nti ?no
general .rom tuitir(ial and won: duly
c?htirj?icd' by tho highest authorities.
Of Ibo" othor .-r-?gn?tor'.cs, Janies ('on
nolly' tn lying .'Ju prison wounded',
Scan MacDIarnia'j. liamenn Ccannut
and 'Joseph Piunkc.'t are somewhere
In "'Ireland, whether freo? or captured
ls not puhllc)kknown.
pTlio othe^'^-roejleaders In., custody
lb iTTTland-Wo^oXWpr-tricd wftn"~gro'it
.rapidity by tho cbntral coiirttnartlul,
while tho local cou rt ma rt lal is deal
ing with minor rebels in various
uiy tradu carried 'on enemy freight
ships encountered in tho War zone
bur rounding; Great 'Britain. v/i'.li
gard to these, no assn raucos liav?
ever boen given to Lhe government of
the Unito? States. No smell nd'.iur
anqos aro contained. in the declara
lion or FobriKvy 8,. lilil?. .
. "Tho German government cannot
.'".I ni it any doubt that thesa order
woro given or wcro executed in good
faith. Tho orrbra actually occurred
They can. in no Kind of warrare, b
avoided ultogclt?'r. Allosvauces must
bo mad.o in the conduct of naval war
faro against an enemy rewortlng to |
ull kind? ??f ruses, whether pcrmtssl
.bio or illicit.
"Hut apart froni the possibility ol
errors, naval warfare, just like war
faro ca land* impllos unavoidable
d'juigeiu for neutral porsons j and
goods entering tho fighting zone.
Even in cases whoro; tho naval ac
tion ?B confined to ordiuary forms of
cruiser warfare, noutral pardons and
goods repeatedly como to grief.
. "Tho Gorman government had re
pouted ly and rxidiciliy pouuted out
tho. daugcrs rrom mines that have
led to IOSB of Humorous Bbl ps.
"Tho German government has made
sovorul proposals to tho government
or the'-United State1.? in order to re
duce to a minimum fOr American
travelers and good.? tho inherent dun
gers of naval warfare. Unfortunate
ly the government ?f the United
States decided not to accept tim pro
.posals. Had lt accepted, the govern
ment of the United.;. State? would
Irave been InstrumentaC?n prevontlhg
the. greater part of the-.accidents that
American cltlrcns have met" with in
tho meantime. The -Gorman gov
ernment, still stands by its offer to
como to' an-agreement, along these
lines. , . - ?
"AB tho 'German''Royernmrrit re
.pe?t?dly declared, it cannot dispense
with.tho usb of tho. submarine wea.
pon in tho conduct' of '>?rfa>?,
against enemy trade. ,-The.-German
government, however, batt now-decid
nd to make a further, concession,
adapting- niethods ot submarino wat;
to the toterntts of neutrals.
^.^"f^reaVihln'g this decision. t?he
(?e. man govti-nincnH is. notu?tod by
nile considerations .wfilctt' aro above
(lie ioyel ot disputed ' question.
i "Tho German government attaches
ti?^,;X ;ie?s. importance to tho sacred
principles of. humanity linn does tito
government of tho United States, lt
again tully takes Into .account .that
notai governments for many years co
operated in dov doping internation
al l?w in conformity ^i^bV^eso .prin
cipies,- tho ultimate object or - which
(OOOTj??aJEI) ON PACW FOUR )
SAYS AIL LAW !
HEAD OF L. & N. R. r< MAKES
Smith Claims Railroads Are Forced
to Protect Themselves
illy Associated Press.I
Washington, May .fi-.Millen H.
Smith, president or tho Louisville ?t
Nashville ra?read, who nnished IIIK
direct tCL'llniuiiy beforo lb" Inter
state <'i nniicree cOoin?ission's hives
ligation of road'.? affairs Unlay, de
clared iill le';V1\tlve bodies were a
menaco uni in action a calamity. Ile
said that most any legislator could
introduce, legislation dangerous to a
railroad; .iud tba*, railroads aro forc
ed at times to protect themselves. He
gave his own definition of politics,
plutocrats und property rights. tlc
Rta-.'ed fae. commissioners by of
fer!..g to proooKo a eomnromlr.a to
end tho Invosligu-'ion. Ills counsel
refused to allow him lt) do no. On
advice of counsel, he UKO refused to
anrwor a list of question asked him
regarding .'ho Louisville & N'ashvlllo'H
allcKcl political activities In various
fc'outhorn stales. Ho will bc crosn
Broken Out In
(Hy Associated 1'ress.)
Santo Domingo, May 5.-Fighting,
brought about by Hie attempt of fac
tional leaders to overthrow tho ud
mhiistralio nof- I'rcsidont J linones,
ivan begun bera today.
A Dor. ii n i can gunboat bombarded
tho fort hero. Marines wcro landed
from tho American covertcd cruiser
Prairie early today tor tho protection
oT American legation- Tho Ameri
can commander has already notified
leaders that serious , Diisequenoe?
would follow any dumago to thc lega
ATLANTA PROMOTERS THINK
NO DOUBT ABOUT RAIL
GONE TO ATLANTA
Mr. Murphy Left Yesterday and
Will Not Bc Back Before
"?. '' 1
Mr. J. li. Murphy lifo Anderson
ycslorday for Adunia, and will ubi
return-to'this eily beforo tho latter
part of next week. Beforo lea vi UK
Mr. Murphy ?tated that the capital
iste in Atlanta who woro backing dm
railroad, proposition -would go. uor'Ui
an Monday lo confer with, tho flnun
cieira and that, ho thought there waa
not the least doubt about the. project
going through. .
Mr. Murphy ls expecting tho cham
ber oi commerce and Anderson.Iclti
icns to completo tue subscrlpMori list
herc. Thorb atlU reihains a doric.lt
in tito ?Ubs?rlptlons and this matter
must bb -closed up in tho "next''Ww
fir. Murphy expressed tho Jiope
?h?t' Anderson would" riot f?ll short
in the amount asked for, and that Ule
samo Interest would, bo manifested
Itere thu had , been shown ia. ntl the
sities arid sections of Georgia win-re
tho amount a have already been ? Sc
ConimlWces of .cuisons .will con-,
linne tn work, tho subscription Hst tn
Anderdon. . - .
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>Vorn?ii Raise Millions.
^Sahtfoge Sprtogs, N. V,. .May 6,
-^yVfrriea of the -Methodist ?t?plscophl
;hurch have raised 53,432,^ ditrtdS
the .last ' year for 'home missions,:?ac
ajrdtng to figures submUt^d.to .Qen
:rai Conference today. This ls an
increase of nearly $100,000 over the
preceding four years. ? .
On A Hospital;
4 Dead, 5 Hurt
Austrian Aeroplanes Raid Brindisi
French Sink Torpedo
Boat in Adriatic
(My Associated Press;)
IjQUdob, May h Tho -French sub
marine 15< mouille sault an Austrian
larpedo boat lu Ibo lower Adriatic,
Home? oltfclslly announces. Abm,
flvo Austrian aeroplanos raided Bin?
disi, dropping bombs ou a hospital.
l-Vv.ir patiente wore killed, five Injur
On nortll hill No. 3(H. Germans
gained a footing in French a<ivanco
I roncho.? and also occupied French
positions wost of Avocourt ?nd sov
oral trenches southeast of (lancourt.
Til? Kreuch attack west or Headman's
Hill broke down. Weather ls bum
pering action in tho Ve*diin regions.
Heavy fighting ls re pc ried' between
Austrians ?ind Italians on Hie. Adem
ciin Ridge al ToVinlud Bri Jechas/!
and along Tyrol front.
Petrograd says a Herman attack
near Ol y ka and along Tarnopol-l'a/.
criia railroad was rcpillsc:l. The
llussiaus captured Turkish trcnclios
near Krzlngiin. Turkish Armenla, aud
put down a Turkish attack In tho ro
gioh of nilli:*..
Two moro Zeppelins hayo been de
stroyed. British tcruisers destroyed
ono off tho conBt of Schlezwlg-ilol.1
stein and Entente fleet guns brougOit
down tho oilier nt Saloniki. A Zep
pelin recently went ashorn on the
coast of Norway and was blown up
by Norwegian soldiers.
Tho Germans cluim to huvo de
stroyed twenty-six allied aircraft Iii
Definite Announcement as to Trip
South Witt Soon Be
'. ii i II i?
Washington, May ;-President
Wilson is giviug serious considera
tion to tho invitation to speak In
di arl (du-. May 20.1 A definite an
nouncement from him .will be made
within ten days, und lie will make
tho trip if ho sobs his way clear to
Senators Simmons and Overman
and Representativo Webb had . a
long conforenco with him today ami
urged him to go. Upon leaving thc
Whito Hou's'j all three of them felt
that the president wants to visit
Charlotte,, that-he will not have time
to proparo an address1 of historic na
ture ho was in formed that U10 peo
ple wanted to hear him on any sub-1
Ject ho wants to present.
It is very likely the president will
visit Columbia should ho decide to
come south. *
GOES TD BOCK HILL
Rev. W. D. Hammett Has Taken
Up New Work-Pastors Have
. Tho Eev. W. l>. Hammett, who
bas bceu pastor of tho First Street
Baptist church in Wiiliamstou and
Plat Rock church below tho city, wua
In tho city yesterday attending to a
tow runtlcrs bororo moving to Rock
[lill where ho has accepted thu pas
torate, of tho North 8H0 Baptist
-.litirt ?1. All those who wish to write
ld Air. Il?nimet will address their
letters to him ot. Rock Hill. '
.Mr. Hammett has se-ved tho Flat
Rock'for two'years and the church
it Williamson olio year. He has ai.
ready ehtetcd upon his work at Rock
Hill ?nd stated yesterday that ltd
was well pleasod. '?lo will devote
lils ?ht?ro time io that one churchs
The Rov. J. 8. Graham ha;;' al
ready accepted ? call lo the ITirst
Street church in Wtlliamston and tho
Rev. ..W.' J, Ifostor of Hofaea Path
?rill servo tho flat Rock church.
Chance to Win.
New York, May rj;--Tho posslbUi*
ty of irlctory for either Washington
tr Stanford In tho, Intercollegiate R0
jetta oil Poughkocpsio on Juno t?
;s considered far greater, ttlnce Stanf
ford gate ? ^teaaW exhibition ot
.owing td; ll l and end ii ra? cn in Win?
ling second ?place 1 la tl>e: four mlle
race a year ago. Pire or inc eight
veterans of Uiut. race aro again in
ite shell. Although defeated by
Westlington recently, In a .three u t>
racev, Eastern r?ifrlug authorities, be
lov?',frat .either or both crews.have
t, fine chance ot imbuing. well up
imo n g the 1 ead ero, If th?. trip te, toe
dud?on l? made aa proposed.
latM?imiil.JUIWHtUBK.?Ililli IBMILWUIII lilley
SAYS A REFORT
SAYS AMERICAN FORCES ARE
CLOSE TO HIDING PLAcE
OF THE BANDIT
DRAW UP PROTQCOL
Obregon and Scott Will Meet To
day to Complete Details
M".m.* JU. Ki
(By Associated Press.)
El Paso. May 5.-Funston'a tempo
rary noamiuurtors hero rncoivod word
froui (Jen. Pershing ithul Villa bad
been located. Tho Pershing dispatch
pave no details except to sajr that
American troops are not a great dis
tance from where tho bandit leader*
is supposed to bo.
lt was said tonight that exchanges
between Currunda and Obregon over
the tentative plaii for co-oporotlon Ot
Americans and Mexicans was com
j ploted, lt ls expected that Obregon
and Scott will meet tomorrow to draw
I up u protocol covering tlio agreement.
l'BEHtOEINT IS STILL
OF EL PASO A?BEEMENT
(By Associated iPrOss.)
Washington, May C.~PresIdent Wil
son tonight still awaited word aa to
whether Carrauaa had approved- tho
Scott-Obrcgon agreement tor no-op
?ratlon against the bandits in Mexico.
Tile text ot tho agreement will not bc
given for publication until official ap
proval hy .Carranza ls received. If
*he border agreement ia ratified it Is
umlerst.?od Mexican .. diplomata,; will ?
iahe up. willi tho Amerlcan goyorniD^t ,
the qucstloL of renioviug-tho embargo"
from arum how oh tba border Consign
ed to de facto troops.
' ?? ....y -.
Sixty Shot? Were Poured Into
Steamer at Ctoso
(By Associated .Bress.)
Loudon, May-6'-British. liner elm
McFadyen has arrived in Gravesend
from Africa damaged by ??hflro from
two German submarines. . Tho first
attack was made in the Bay of Bis
cayne, when ono submarine, fired six
ty shots at bor? at a range of fifty
yards. Tho steamer returned the .fire
and lilt the submersible soybral tinten,
it ls believed sinking it. Throe boura
later'another submarine fired a tor
pedo but missed1 ithe steamer.
? -;-,..., -. ? -v ?
. Pacific Coast "leven.
Now York, May G.^There 1s a
chance that a Pacific coast 'varsity
football team may ho seen", in an In
ters cet lon ;i l gamo r.vgtillnst one ... or
moro eastern elevens, either this fall
or in ?D17. A group br New York
football men oro endeavoring to ar
ra ugo for such a game and stand
.ready to finance the trip lix order to
bring tile coven or California, Wai;h
ttj&tbh or Washington Aggies to New
York for a gamo wi*li, Ono of 'tho
leading ol even H of tho cut, if the
consent of tho Western L'\ilveriflt^
faculties can bo secured*
Caught Barefoot Burglar.
Atlanta, Ga.. May 5.-?- P. Chan
dler, Atlanta's "famoua- barefoot bur
glar, who entered a' dosen of more
homos of rich Atlant Ian s and stole
thousands of 'lollaraWorth ot dui*
monds and other1 Jewelry before -tho
pol leo .-aught, him and. who pleaded
guilty lo eight sep?ralo. cases yes
.lo rd ay . wu? te nt en cod in. one cn KC to
serve twenty years; ' In tho .penlte?-.
ib)ry. ii is probable,that the other
Cas?s Will bo noll o prousod.
.'. Zeppelin Blown Lp.
Copenhagen, i/L&'fL.^Military au
thoriilos ot Btavanger, Norway, blew
un tho Zeppelin L-20. yesterday, when
lt began roll- daurjorously, in the
wind. Soldiers ? fired upon" the ali;*
ship from aixty yards. ? The Zeppe
lin exploded withe, great detonation
and waa ouraed. y^ y^?. . ,-"'.. ' >.
;i^^^ig^ilpteii....:. ' ?:
London, May- 6\^t^* *Kos*wegj?Mt,
schooner Marsy' ^ottnd . for? Bollaos
with pit props, wasj^iffiaqd-forn
Teegraph company'.- The crew >r*?.
mid. ( . ( - ._.