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ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915.
Puzzling Attitude of Ol
Washington Rife X
to Real S
BELIEVE CARRANZA I
ASSENT TO O
Suggested in Some Quart
Seeking Political Bei
Washington, Muy 10.-Dvceiopmeni
awaited tho definite outcomo of tho El
ton and Obregon. While officials arc
factory to both aides will be negotiate?
?ho puzzling attltudo of Obregon at El
reason to believe that General Carran
ment, originally framed, except a few
ibis agreement was suggested in part
ont lie han declined to exchange a rati
qminers it is suggested Obregon may
tactics. However, there is no official
I? A MUTS RIDE UP AND
DOWN ON AMERICAN
SIDE BUT DO NO .DAMAME
(By. - Associated t frees.)
Marathon', . Texas,' May lOi-HtA?nAit
forty ... bandits' ^crossed to the
Anierlcart^BTffo' - of'.'taaTUb ' CraBW
aboye Eaglo Pass,-today and. rode..up
an? down :tni> river if?^ ?evelfai miles
without doing any damage, according
to reports hore. . Later they returned
HE'D WINT?F Y IP
AN ELECTI?r HELD
In Greenville Interview Former
' Governor Tallis Freely. of
?roenvillo,. S^a^ratoy, 10.- "ir tho
primary.wero to^ho held.today, I'havo
no doubt .whatever that T would . bo
elected over Mainline mid Cooper oh
tho first' ballot,"'- -wa*- -tft? declaration
of Colo If. Bleaso tut? rooming, when
asked wirV, he thought of his'aoll'Jt
cal prospects. - .'. /
Mr.. mease.: arrived' in . Greenville
Tu?&d?y...aft?rhooa-.''ts-' attend tho an
nual me el bur of tho Ci ?in tl Lodge Of
rho Odd tallows. "Ho will remain in
this eefctlcm until tho close of . the con
vention, and 4s <v guest at the ott amy
Hotel, ile docs not expect.'to make
any political spooohes ./during. . his
pr?sent stay th* Oreon-viMo/ ho said,
because lie does not'believe in mix
ing fraternal orders. up with ppUttcB .
He? declares, . however, that . he will
como back here later. ' for political
Mr. Bleaso-wa? eoyernorr ot South
Carolina for t\fp \p&to&,; hilt was de
feated two. years': ago.; fo?ciho ^United.
Slates senate. Ho ls iibiy bxtk in tho
Taco for a thirdI term ^'jgovOrnbr of
- the state, . 1 '.^Li%
. ? ...-VT- -,
drink five 'mililo^^^^nB'.^f\;V..-neor
?tul whiskey, during tho last week
beioio tho .nj-fw.Georgia prohibition
laws 'weift Into "effect? tilch a thintj
ls hardly possible-bh:coneoiyable, yet
StolUfdicB;; commited.ihi^ - atlanta
waterworks department Sia^:'o|t
yesterday;; abow:^M?t?m*0-?? million
inoro gallons ot water were consume)!
laws that dj-rjB&?J^
thc laws went in;e]fotV :\j.-.
San. Antonio. lC^Thec board:
and regulara / ?1tc4i-. ?ill be arriving
tal WCJA moUmecl bera. for .border
and Mexican' '. sor'v ice will exec vd five
bregon at El Paso Sets
Vith Speculation as
RIG1NAL AGREEMENT !
ers That Obregon May Be |
nef it For His Tactics,
ited Press.) ; , '
ts in the .Mexican situation tonight
Paso conference between Scott, Funs
i confident that an arrangement satls
d, considerable speculation Ss rife over j
Paso. . Administrations ofllcials have |
?a has given his assent to tho agrec
minor details. The plan outlined in
by Obregon himself. Up to tho pres
fication with General Scott. In some
be seoking political benefits from such
information to support this view.
I Some of Orchards in Georgia
Barren--First Car Expected
Last of May.
Atlanta, May 10.-The first car of
Georgia peaches .will go forward ' tho
latter part of May,' or about tho samo
dato as last year,- according to ad
vices received here by tho Georgia
Fruit Exchange. These will consist of
n few Mayflowers and other early va
rieties. The first car in 1015 moved
from Byron on May 26 and the next
frc m Fort Valley on May .27.
Tho carly movement, however, will
not bo so extensivo as that of last
year. as thc crop of Mayflowers ? ts
very short. Extensive movemnt will
set. in about June 10. with the Green -
boros and Will -keep up well into
/General Manager B. J, Christinen
of tho" .Georgia Fruit .Exchange, who
has jUBt returned from> week's in
spection of tho orchards, in middle
aud South Georgia, states that his in
vestigation bears out the, advices re
colved with regard to the crop. Ap
proximately 3,0.00 cars ^viil come from
middle and South Georgia aiid not ov
er 05o from Nor til G?orgie, making ti
total crop a littlo /nore than .1,000
cars ohort as compared with flaat
year. Barringo from weoihor confil
tlotia is. in spots; some ot tho or
chaards have'.full crops. While oth
ers' aro almost a total loss.
,'VThe peach crop ls In excellent con
dition," Mr., -Christiano raid, "atiu'
thc indications are thati the ff Ult- ls
ol f|ne o/jallty. The poaclieVtiro con
siderably larger,Jn shits (han at tho
saino tirriel nst.ycaiVj
"?oiitlnued good reports SB to n.ar
kot conditions como from the, terri
tory IH which the Georgia fruit; ls
marketed, and the outlook ls that the
Georgia crop will, bo sold at - satts
? ?God.Fathe? ?^Sjj^^?k:
t'.tipzig, (iermo?y; May . 10.-Th"
"god-father aystcm" which jtu^gat?
Dresden is td be adopted in Lelpsig.
tinder* this system godifathsrat-ore to
bs found for several hundred children
horn during tho war abd left .father
less or motherless RB a result of the
rftrn<>le.-;-^^.r^yqt-\.^\ ?l -y . '
Ilfe*^.. Av itB?OHT .?J?BC?lP?sid?
A. Wright: : .cbiritftrol Mm
lnsuTfautd cfcnimltVBdiler of. dfoattav
who has been ill fdi/severftl weoks at
'Hf't?hatf' nt'. Ati??tai^ii -rapidly bri
roa^: to,. rccov>iy,?-^: ||| |||
First Ph?to of
Tliia'.ta t?Ve''nYa.?J"photbgT?pli toi
roath tho Untiedt States actually I
I THE FRENCH MAKE GAINS
AND VIGOROUSLY RE
QUIET WEST FRONT
?Royal Body to Probe Irish Revolt.
Begin Trial of Casement
(By Associated Press)
London, May 10.-Tho French havo
captured portions of tho German
trench on *Uib West .slopo . pf Dead
Man's Hill ahd repulsed a Gorman
attack near Hill ?2Sfi ::-Wfth the ex
ception of a bombardment in the re
gion: Of Malan court Wood,, quiet now
prevails along'Western linc.
. Russians lines hdtvo been repulsed
iii au attack on ..; German positions
south of Garbunovla. : On ^o' Austro
Italian front artillery fighting con
tlhucg, , . .
Constantinople , reports victories
over ?iuB?lanB in tho vicinity of Minn
and Motin Enthil, .Thoc?cont attack
of Ttorkishf cruiser Breslau ou Rus
s?rinrBlack sea ports aro.spid tb havo
behn mad o as a reprisal for tho: Hut*
sis? bombnadmont. of "op?n ' towns."
The Teutons continu? to bom h.-rd
allied bouillons on tho ' lioTrari-?Hjv?
gell.sector of1 tho Macedonian iront.
Oerraans ?i?> wild-lo have ' occ^p?co
the. town of '-"^ayada.^ bht '.wore forced
tb evaouata by' a .French; counted' at
A roy?! commission/has been apr
pbintsdvto^lhvcstig)'it:o'i>.lib' Iri?h. re
volt. The ?trial bf: St* Roger' Casb
m?bt wllLbeyin Monday, Premier. ?*
(Julih anhqi?iiccd to. tho houae> ot. com.
mohe. ;':Sa*sVvWlmu?urne-.: ?M!
to?u?it bf tre?abd-fins ret?gnod.
??r#u>ir ?Tcnl "
...s must secure 'tickets
_"Sstf^s??ia?s thcmsei VesV in
?r to b? admlttwi . to the banquet |
whic h ? ia ; ttit jhel given .'at r Anderson
> thib-AVoning. .The tickots n -,
slured-/rem ?Us-; Bonham who
bas1 chafg? o/. tho -bureau bf informa-.
^Ugt?^rBS^ an -
^4?uay.,Jthai-<forty suidenv* .ot
Unlvorgiy had ' enlisted, >!tt$&
to collet,. v Under. lineally orders
rWe? /will be gttih^i^or work
j already ' aci^mT>i^B^^V?)y
showing tho Russian | troops landing
at Marseilles. Thie'* picture BIIOWB
them marching frc-m'iho r,hip in tho
Bravely m acing
Plans Arcady Under Way For j
Putting New Structures on .
(By Stair'Correspondent) .
Williariiston., S. C., May 10-With
eight of its i" business 'establish
ments, destroyed, three-of which were
thc oldest and leading commcrc'ttl
liou:;os of tho towri, WJIliamston ls ?
LraVely facing ' tho future . and a-l
rcady han launched plans for re
building, on' thc burned are*. Work
will be begun a. once, lt wat' nx'd
hero 'today, to construct four up-)K?-|
dato business houses on tho a'tea?jbL
tho February Ure. and' it is under-j
stood that tho other buildings , de
stroyed, will-l;o replaced wilth modern ;
biMldfhgiL , .!
The ^cljlef buaincsb* section of tho j
town .was'on thc eastern side of tho
.Southern ' railway trnck>:>*ad tho lire
of yesterday,, t?gothcr willi tho Fcb~.|
ruary -conflagration,"-left 6h?y! tho1
ibank building standing. .. .On. tho
western sld? of: the track: there aro!
.four, httsinoss houses, Going west
front tho. railroad tlieue aro,. Tho
Cl rogo ry Grocery Co., Buford-a rirfhi
iDrug Co., J. A. Major Co., . and
Tho''Farmers' Supply Co.,'respective
ly. Air ot those aro pr?gr?st?ivo bUB
inesT houses] and aro ot later con
struction 'than- thc'buildings . dc/
Tho four biilldlngB destroyed, ih tho
^F^bruary dire,. Including, .th? M post
?nico, were tho property .pf*. W- "K.
liUdgcrtij,. and .others, of Poleor,' and
work on'ri?w, ?wi?dlngs for:, these ?lt*-??
w in to have begun today. It wan
tadd toddy tills work would begin at
.Following: th'j diwistroas fire nf Fobj^
mary, tito wiiiiamstoh council held
a spoclai'.meeting,. ac which time ll
was decided ' to cstabHsh' a . w>??jfc
ihoin in tho business , sections ?nd
purohaso enough' t?oeo .tor?eetv- atty
occasion.'. l'?uns for these, Improve
ments had??KMa .practli?rvi?y ??omolet
va,. but, s-?ncu Mio fire of yesterday it
is: not hu?wh . whether dr hot now ar
hingem.ente.will ho mvlo.
Under ?jo- ?janngomrnt ot Mayor H.
Vi t?O?jey, Williamson, han made
Ut any. tihfcrovera?nt*, hpta" ipi rinv.vbjtts-r
Jbos?:'?n?>isahtia'ry;.way^pid-K io .be
lieved tlio. town's ?progress, witt can:
tinao uninterrupted despito. tho.' Aia
?itreu?" conflagration, ^w^ iv Uno
of abw ?tores, on tho ea?t'ern .'stde of
the railroad;track WilHam8ton\would
rrj^ont ijultc ovctty-tiko appearance.
: ' . . vit?ui AT Ai\??N>Ai.s
! Tiio fotibWtpg speakers ' hayo ; :o??
copied?lttvilt^ttonB io bo > pr?sent >;nt
it?>. Long Bratj?h picnic >on .Saturday.
Jfe?ufcv. 8: B;.'?ear?'fc^;B*.-Fel-.
ton, J, N. |?aarw(in, Joto%.u<H?*ty?m
and R. A> C<*ot.cT. Th^-^mf^flfn
hK^**:?^?c??n^' an . enjoyable, affair)
nfc* H:ta:*?p*d *hit r^^.twl?l, avait
*homBo\vo0\ of -VfAe.- o?? Mtoty vc of
hearing e?to? good, t^ftwftg and
having a g?n?ral'good time.
cHfitnno s from which ^.hoy havo Just I
dlsrmlnrkcd. These tiien wcro soul J
lo 'thc front at once." '
[KENYON WORKS HARD TO I
BLOCK 43 MILLION DOL
LAR MEASURE ' ;
Iowa Solon Will Continue Attack]
on Measure Today, He
Washington, May 10.-Senator
Kenyon, of down, today continued bis
light cn tho rivera and' harbors apr
propriation bill, carry . -for.ty-thrco,
in il I lon dollars. Konyoi?. .whoso
I speech started' yesterday and whoso
-fight bogart to lako tho aspect of ' a
flllibuytor, said hp would continu?
tonir.rrow. Scnuto1- Sherman, ?f.Il
linois, anc'.hcr ropnullcan, said lib
-would follow Kenyon.' ' Kenyon/with'
Sohatoi4 Durtch, lead tho fight on ?
slmlUr incaburo last year n?d buey
cocded hi" delaying lt so that thc !
lump (mm appropriated for the ; wat j
I depiarthicht waa to bo -used oh tied*
.?a^try; ?river, .-an . appropriation" of
twenty million Instead of- proseo*
bill, which -ho declared waa framed
rta Apolitical bait." ;
AT HOSEA PATH
Prosperous ? j lW&i?j??& - j Dropi
Dead Late Last Night^yTi:
. Mr. Tjios; ^Gass?way, a."prospero:",
farther of llohoa Path, aged 65, drop
ped doid lace inst .night, accordlng'to
inf?rh?titlpn..:tec*lved\ hero , cc*ly .te
day. .w; lOhssttway'B wiro fhas
fWarlng^ .ty jVMerspn-. f0?*$?
two wcake.'stopplng at tho-v/ome
T. Kv Flaper, on McDuftlS^
. .ffimn-. undergoing - osturipa!
input uiidcr a- ylocal .fmyslclan
dn'if# lier condition ' efto was bat j
of - hcr: hwA)?n?'0 suddbn' doaili?
I hil t- bnitead ,lvas informed that 1 '
-wai itt ah'd thai she ty??Vneedf^
; homo. Hbo wea carried. tx?1,]
' itr-to*a?^autotnbbHo. * . >; '
ry: G aw away inmAono ot. .
ling farmers - of. tba ?JO??OTV\?*
section and w*?; well' KnbV/h? in*i
defson. Circumstances surri
midden death OOW^?W^IJ?
AND A BIG ARMY
BEING PASSED UP
Conferees Agree This Plan Use
less-Standing Army 180,000
(By Associated Press)
Washington, May 10.--. Conferees j
on ?he anny reorganization bill failed
to rcacli tn?, agreement today after an
all day session, but Ute member?
seemed to think thal they would get
together after several mero days of
diSciiftSBlofr All agreed thai' further
talk of senaXb provhtana for a feder
al vofunteer force and for 0. stand
ing army of two hundred li'fty thou
scad men wa:? usclec.?. Federal vol
untoors will be abandoned and tl\o j
bandin g army likely to bo made ono
hundred and olghty thou.'.nnd.
Editor and two Others Killed in]
Dublin Before Martial Law
4 . ? ^^NF^P*^ ' " t ???" .!
,. Wy Associated Press.)
London, May lol-A seusatlohtjraiil;
caused In the houso of commons when
the govornracnt admitted that F.
Sheehy ?koiTington, editor bf the Irish [
Citlr.cn and two other Journalists-]
wore executed in Dublin April 26th,
without knowledge of tho military au
thorities and heforo martial law waa j
proclaimed. Asquith promised the!
uonimons that no moro . executions) j
would take placo until after .a debate!
iu tho;commons on tho Trish situa-]
Hon scheduled for Thursday. - . As
quith Bald tho officer who ordered tho !
Skufflngton executions had hoon ar-j
OF RATE? TO B?
, y ?
ft R. Commissioners of South]
Organizo at Meeting in
(By Associated Pros?)
Af lan ta,, May . 10.- Failroid copi|
mtsBlonors representing. Virginia,
North and South Carolina, Alabama,
Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi and
Flor.'da met hore today with the-Geer
gio.'commissioners and organized tho
Sou thorn Association of Railroad
c?tnmhn|toners. C. Murphy . Candler,
'Gitjftirmaifc of Georgia .Commission
syn:; elected Vice sPrcaldont. Tho
purpose, of tho organization is to
m?ko.poBsiblo tho unifbriuUy of rales
and methods of Hindling, business
common to state cornial??nm;.
\ATLANTA IS WA?lNtt A
RElJE^TL?SiS^ FiGr?t ?N
BLACK "SONS OF R?5ST??
, Atlanta, Co., May,' Ji^Ih conner
lion with tho roient*4a' war .'whic'Ji
Atlanta policio authorities are waging
oh' blind ligera , and other .violators
Ot,' the ?tew prohibition lawn, an eq
ually vigorous campaJgn ha? abo
he".n launched against: Ute VB gran IP,
boin ??lacie ; end white? who- haye Iii*
feste il J he beer < saloons, uool roo m ?
mid other favorito harig-outoV?t the
cona of jryflt. <\'':>??\ , .. .' y.. :?
?.Sith* maie of vot?hgsgo who neither
t*- ho^. ?pins -and-^l^:'caa exhibit
iti?stij of support tt?r give a ?etj
?ry account of himself will Be
ed to the- pastime bf making
o OUCH ?ut af bis ones on tho city
k pile. . i. ? :
I Chicago, Way i?,-^Thq record prloo
W?Pf?im ?*t,;i*t?,.wh0ft . Ar*
r>*d pound? toft?Mts VW^ BWS
WILL PUNISH SUB COMMAN
DER AND PAY INJURED
Acknowledges ^'Deplorable Inci
dent" and Hopes U. S. Will
Regard Matter as Closed.
(By Associated ProBa)
'Washington, May 10- Germany's
new neu acknowledging roaponolbil
ily for < ho destruction of tho Sussex,
promising reparation and uunounc-.
Iii? Mic punishment of tho submarino
ci minauder, was received lousy at
tho state Department from AmbaBsa
dor Gerard. According lo Hie text ?
of tho noto, whloCi wari given out by
tho S I1 ito department, tho. . German
government acscrts that,the,subma
rino commander "beyond.doubt" act
ed in thc belief that ho was1 facing an
enemy's warship. Germany says,
bowovor, that the cMnmnnder formod
his judgomeut too hurriedly and did .
not act iu strict accordance willi in
structions. Tlio note declared Germ
any's readiness to pay indemnity to
injured Americans. ...
. Gormany's noto declares that tho .
"deplorable Incident'.'. Js regretted ?
and hopes the'Untied Stale's will re
gard tho mOjttor as closed'.\
?KH|B[AK.\ ltE????Ts T??
SUB COJiTUOV?BSY IJNDEp
?P?N . BECEliPT'^ N?t? v '
fJ. (By Associated ..greasy
Berlin, May 10.-Amba^Mpr^'derr
?ard delivered tho United atato? neto
on submarines to the Germ?n foreign
office late today. With tho ?presenta-,
lion of tho note tho Gcrman-Amcrl
can submarine controversy bwo is re
garded as settled, ami negotiations as
tlioy concern the past-virtually clos
A(1. Germany holds iier iti?tcuctioirj
to submarine commandera svero ,is
suod without conditions and therefore
there is little danger of moro dlsCUSr
ON T. ROOSEVELT
Will Pass Him by For; Man Who
Stands For Progr?as?ve
.. (By Associated Pre?3)
New York, May IO.T- George . W.
^Perkins in a statement issued after a
wooling of tho. progressive executive .
commltteo today isaid that .tho pro
gressive party would not instlst r?p?n
lloosovelt for president ?lt tUO Tcp?b
Heans wodid namo a candidate at
ChicagoV'Who stands for. ptb^resstyo
?irhtclples and ls ablo put 41;ojn
hrbdgh." Perkins said sthd profcress
Ives. ,of course, vwere, for Roosevelt;
Slid would sugest his nama to Itepttb
licanrf, but the progressives wore wil
ling to be Tcaeonabl J for the cake of
th Comes to Four Year Old
Ray After Intent* Suf.