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TUESDAY, JUNE |8, 101G
i&R&Mid talkers > vS0.motlmes ranko
(w?my poor ; listeners,
Tho Warsplto ls ?af? In splto ot
germany's declarations! to the con
. ; Hughes may danco bia way into the
.??H?tlou.:o lust.he'll have to ?a if, io
Af:-.n trainingschool for prosldon
TI81 va?didttte^.-.the Supreme Cou rt
will how Cake first' rank: '
i^p^?HugK?s shed tears, when ap
br hi^ nomination. How that
inu&t hove made tho Colonel paw the
Lieut.- Coy Belh?a announces that
?.Shrill'offor for re-election. - Who
viii daro to bravo tho furyv of his
j A printer at Cieineon' College bab
tiled a po?tlcn in bankruptcy. How
??d;:?.-prtnio^ enough ot
jjfffeydrld's; gooda ?.o enable him to
Ko broke; ?<:>.??
'^^ow that the college girls are, homo,
JftMhsre .throughout, the land will en -
joy n much heeded rest from cook
ing, dishwashing, ^housekeeping and
iWU?^i? care?.. \
Tn that Jut}?n? battie the other day
Wml^eV If^herEnglnnd or, qermetty
had. a ?om?ia?dor. who shouted,
.;'|rj^ttxn. Jbn torpedoes, full .'. . speed
?Imles* Turkey ls defeated before
seat Thanksgiving we're going to be
compelled to. put,Jap., '
piS?el of pu*k" paragraph? vf rom the
Brethren or \.,Xpro?esalun.
Up in ?orth Car?tih^.Vtlt? ,other
?V man . sh&5^j^l^i)^^m
this to hije?me ?he, ctuiiuftt in Sou
!^^jlft^^i?i?w would ' bo lea*' TA
busing, bu?iyra^ing and' ?nek raking
euty-bne men fainted. iii Kansas
City- tte>?^?> d?y' when Bitly
j^-dese^ horrors of psil,
' t?^aW-V^^i 'jha^s expired
SPEAKING OP PLATFORMS
. D?mocrate throughout the land are
rearing back thoBO days with their
ears cocked up listening for that plat
form for tho St. Louis Convention
which ls being hammered into shape
up yonder in tho While House by
tho master builder of platforms. It
is well that Ex-Justice Hughos de
livered himself of that pitiful diatribe
on tho Wilson administration. in ail
probability it will bo answered at St.
Lou!:;, and if it is, and if the ox
juh'tlce never saw a cooked hat, he
will see ono, the memory of which
will stick by him until Iffjs hirsute
adornment ls like unto a drift of
What the shorn Samson of Saga
nore Hill shall have to say about
it matters but litlto, If any. He hath
dono what he could already to dis
credit tho administration, and, we
should imagine, the sayings of a dis- j
credited bluffer carry but little
weight, and certainly not so much
as when ho doomed on tho horizon !
as a possible nominee for the presi
And, spunking of platforms, here's
tho niftiest'little expression with ref
erence to said platform that we have
road, tho following being from tho
editorial columna or" tho Charleston
As td the platform, there will be
hot even a remoto possibility of mis
fit to the-candidate.: ?? lt. IB being
written at tho Whit?'House by a mas
ter of expression, and It wiil' be well !
seasoned, every square Inch teated,
built to proclso dimensions, neither
too wide nor too narrow for the ex
ercises to bo taken* oh IL It will
bo a model performer's stand by an'
expert performer. There will be uo
?trange planks discovered in lt after
tho show opens, somo of them to be
nvoided and others td bo trod warily.
When they tackle Wilson this year
tho elephant and tho moose will have
Jo face him on hlB own ground, exact
ly and literally.
The British-German naval battle
seems to have ? settled :one of bur
troublesome havul .construction prob
Icmti-that of. the dreadnought, il
ls takob' aa a mat, nj rot .course no\#
that, cohgtti?s ' will-rovlB?, Its tatton.;
and includee a, c#u$e^ot modern bat-;
?esuli^s 'lni ^et-a^pToprlatlon blli.! ^
There la no fault tb find with the\
pVbvJ&pu -of s?vore^i' battle cruisers.
Oar navy is wholly lacking in this
ty^'^r-veBHel whle? has proved Its
value oh several Oceanians in the pres-,
ont war. Ii' is a type ot w?rshlp
characterised by <rro.at speed and
heavy guns, it saoriflces. armor, and
tSithoroforo far moro vulnerable than
The North Sea fight clearly showed*!
this weakness. The British battlej
cruisers drove iii, against dread
noughts, and three- of tliem, tho best
bf. their type, wore, promptly sunk.
Their gunfire whs about equal to that
Dt the German dreadnoughts, but the
latter with their heavily / ; armored
sides could stand, blows ' of' the sort
that seat* tho cruisers to the bottom.
Hau'? cruisers were . never intended
f?t such work. Their-game. 1B to
fight: afc a distance great enough to
make them poor targets, and show
th*jr heelB If Blower and heavier bat?
He ships press too close.
Tho difference quickly;, appeared
when the main, part of tho B'rltlBh
fleet arrived ou^e-seena. . The Brit
ish dreadnought/which could stand
nu hard hittina.as they i ni i ? cte d,
wrought havoc among the Gorman
oruisera and o?^^shibe. It was
convincing ;*proof of the superior value
if tho "deradnougbl in pitched bat
"When these1 * blamed conventions
aro ever;* writes a weary reader who
isn't much interested In politics, "will
there bo. some nows In tho papers
again r" ???'???.r: ' V
Well, msyb?. 'War; stuff, for ex
ample seem to bo wsnhH
ihg up In Europa, as?la- And th<in
nowa ,to:*he ?a^^
gm- baek th *h> questloi
t^t -hruody h^ over answered satis
factorily; ??What ls nov???"
to ? ie snoot ns : aiony ; kjt?ds:. news
as thew aW"$doda''-of pa?i#?v:.? And
alucortt .lwan^\;b?:-.a bit difficult th j
print a newspaper ter order for-;o^e'ry1
reader and editor has to h?ure ?testiy i
?a;- thitf :*??rag* . ms*. -Sad-givo.-;' him j
&ht?&?.' waa?BR,; ;;VAnd^. raW^ Wjtim
the^ averagejua? 1?, really Interested In]
t^'?i^^tt?sV'cs?gtatgns in tats ..conns
B^:|and. the ihili^ry ei^aigas la
elia. &?: avstagc' reader, ' rasher - ?naife
^r.e^lior? f- ?^fcVroast^
Wo really haven't much to "arbi
trate" with Mexico. Arbitration us
ually presupposes a somewhat equlvo
lent array of grievances on both
HldoB, and the wrongs involved in our
relations with Mexico during those
ycarB of revolution aro vei'y one-sided.
Nevertheless, a joint commission to
adjust all differences between the two
countries might bo a good thing.
ThOBe differences will have to be
Ironed out uorno time, and lt would be
Just as well to begin now, before tho
grlovanccs of our, government and the
almost countless damage claims for
IOBB of life and property on the part
of our citizens aro any older. It
would Borve to place everything on
record, for settlement when a more
rcBponulblc government shall have
been established in Mexico. . And
.also lt would probably have a ?ahi
.tary of feet on Gon. Carranza. He
would hardly be BO ignorant toward
tho United States after being confront
ed with such a bill of particulars
and array pf claims as an. imparltal
con^m-lBalon would present. He would
be forced to recognize how trlylal
our offenses against Mexico have been
In comparison with Mexico's offenses
If stich a neutral commission Is
appointed, it ought naturally to con
sist of representatives of otho? Amer
ican republics. Wo want no Euro
pean meddling with our Mexican re
lations. Wo v.-r.nt to establish tho
principle of the greater Monroe Doc
trino which regards all tho American
republics as ono family of nations,
which should Bottle Ita own disputes
within the family circle. Doubtless
repr?sent?mes of tho larger and more
atablo South American govornments,
which have no direct interest in the
matter, would do us full justice; and
the 'Mex 1 emin themselves could hardly
nu cation thc honesty of decisions by
fellow-Latins, who understand them
and their problems.
I STATE NEWS [
Bet. Tom Leitch Dead . ~" .
- 'huumhin. Juno ll.-The Rev,. Tho
?maB H." Leitch, formerly superinten
dent ot the oliver Gospel ,mlsston,.
died suddenly at a Columbia' hospital
last night about' i0::30*"oclbek;.
For 80 years Mr. Leitch Jhaa-be?n
an evan Rol ?Rt of the Methodist Epis
copal church and lh that'capacity has
been throughout non th Carolina and j
In many se ct Ion B nf the United States
from Now York to Denver and in the
?South. v - -;ff-f -
Mr. Leitch, who bocam?'editor of
The Way bf Faith about a year ago,
Succeeding the Rev; James M, . Pago,
w",, bora In London, England In 1850
;F-?f came tb America at the age of
8 years and up until th roo years ago
had -spent a large part of his life In
Charleston. Ho there became u local
preacher .In tho MethbdlBt church and
waa not connected directly with the
Mr. Leitch ls Survived by hla wife,
twd daughters,' Mlfls'ea Jennie and
Maybelle LItch, all of Columbia; a
son. T.. W. Litch In tho United States
navy, 'and two sona In Charleston,
W. W. and R. M. Litch.
Mr. Litch and hts family lived at
tho Oliver Gospel mission, bf which
ho waa the activ? suverlntendent pt>
coming tb Columbia. He has con*
ttnoud hts connection Nwith the into
nion since assuming the duties ot
editor of The Way of ul th a week
ly religious paper published in Co
lumbia- with an International circu
Theft sf Cow Chargea"
Union, Jone 12.--Marlon Garrett, ?
young white man, was arrested
THur inlay ii von thc charge of having
stolon a cow from the barn, of; J. A.
Wilbnrn, who lives four miles south
cf Union. < It .is reported that Mr.
Wilburn missed , tho: cow and found
the barn doors open and was finally
Informed.that a young' white man was
trying to efjll a cow to first one; and
anntb er of the marnot men la Union.
Mr. Wilburn came td Union-end Idon
Ufi??r his property and had the young
mau t-rrestcd. '/^
CeW U*.s Probably MaA ,
Laurens* June 12.--A good milch
cow belonging to a ne_eo? Turner Nel
son, near Mt. pleasant [churehi had
to bs sot a few nays ago because the
i animal Showed every symptom of hy
drov'nohln. ; "
pr: c ,P;vincent, ir?, of this city,
oaniatetl Dra. Fenned ot Waterloo and
Mills bf Cross Hill, verformed va:
Caesarean operation on a negress mear
Waterloo a; few. days a^o. The op
eration wna a success and 11 ia under
stood , Ulai -the patient fa . recovering
Ia nt at) ? factory manner.
Terreas land ' System
- Columbia,. ,8.. Cn Joae 1*. IM?.--?
Tho . Torron a Hya tom ot rogat rat ion
bf land titles wilt-escome effective tn"
.Obsta Carolins Ju?jr ?.* Udder tt?,^'
-?lifov/the eler* cot epurt ia: fcr ep
??jBt/hy August .2 three ss* *oiaf, *t*
t?llea; the county QommiaRianera mu?t
prsyrt?s; . a .Tse^^.o* .m&ai ?mvey^
?rtcd?or, it? '^fiyxk?a?^oiMt?wk'i^i
jfiroW??tS ?t?W:*?w arec?ii?ed soU
-tmfsr?iy.-..-.-.v "\ T W-.--'
y. TtHi t ?4v^!btge ot tas Toreas ays
! tom ls ? that 'af tar land is once regls-i ?
?^tr^idjadetu? ir?t?i^ffc^ ; stfi?i .: -hf I.
no further question of the title and it j
will not be necessary tc have the title
examined for anysubseuuent trans- ;
fern of tho Isnd. The object of the
K>ttem la to give a clear title to
Tho Torrens act fixen the fees (hat i
arc to LC Allowed to the title exami
ners, oflcers- end surveyors. The ex
aminer is to receive a mlnlmdih ' fee |
of |fi for examination of each title !
ot property assessed upon the tax
boinia at $1,000 of lea*, nod for each
additional $1.000 of assessed value ho j
io to receive 50 ccntH. The surveyor
employed under tho providions of the
act is to bo allowed rot more than 40
In order to guarantee tho title, and
nt. the same time to protect against ]
loss vet sons who by the system IOHO
an interest In land not through their
own negligence, the State provides an
assurance fund, mit of which claims
will be paid. This, fund is formod by
a foo of one-tenth of one per cent of
tho assessed value'of tho registered
land.- This amount ls turned over tn
tho state treasurer*
A I tuc In tr Ostrich
Monroe, June il.-The contract for '
a racing Ostrich, in Monroe. July |
Fourth lian been closed and arrange
ments are about complete ! foe. the
aviation flight. T. P| Dillon, the mana
ger, is putting torch every effort to ]
make the coming fourth a climax
to anything over held in thia section
of tho State. - " i
36 FAINT IN'*TABERNACLE
Hearer's Collapse at Billy Sunday's
* *%omen Only" Meeting
Kansas City, June 10.-Thirty-six
womon were overcome and carried
from the Tabernacle by - men who
waited outside the building for that
purpose, during Billy Sunday's sermon
this afternoon for women only. Four
teen of ' thom wore overcome at oue
-^tlmo. Thouoahds of women wi?re in
tho streets outside tho hu lld lt.; ." un
able to gain entrance. They waited
th tbs hope there would be a second
mooting before -tlnxKi for 'tho regular
evonicg service... It-wan one .tot ithe
largest crowds Billy Sunday bas had.
"Millions of .'women, are walking, the
earth, suffering 'from the effects., pt
their husband's - sins/'' tho evangelist
shouted. ''Both'men and women
should " bo compelled to submit to
physical examination' before mary
Hago." .. . ..? iii' , 7 '.: .
ivUBi'.was that guKvef -rhe .^sormoh
^hac/caused : most of the.-minting.
?.?any . womo? falut. each timo ."Mr..
Sdttday' 'prpathos , the. sermon, ^ bud
!nftbV;uehevs'w.oro:toId to bo just out
side t?o bulking: to carry to tho hos-:
|???|?$^ overcome' to
f'^ir'thes overcome were.-revlVod at
Uio,aTftbernac>Ie ,v Hospital. Some. Ot
them were unconscious halt an
hour/-; - .?. >s>r i . . -. f??>
\ ? ' , ', :'-a.< y- . . .
:. /"PREPABEbNESS" SENTIMENT .
(New Orleans Times-Picayune.)
. On June 1, last according to re
cently published estimates, 80 Ameri
can cities had enlisted In the "Pre
paredness" parade movement In a
majority- of .these, we- understand,' tho
i arad es havu been held before, now,
biT. in quite a number, , including
Washington, which inarches on "Flag
bay'V'the demo tint rations' are G titi in
nrbc'osa of organization. Fromavery
ijlty in which these parades' have been
held ve po vt y are agreed-t lint tho muB
ters were uhs'uccessfuTahd impressive
both by: reason bf their ' numorical
strength and the enthusiasm dis
- The Olin tub cr of Commcrco of the
United States, announced' but liner dyas
ago, tho renn tl of its canvass ot the
sentiment of the nation's business or
gaplsaticn^ ...with resp?ct- to prepared
ness'.- The vote on*l ithe question pf
organising, the ha?ioals< financial . and
industrial, atong with Us mUltary re
sources, for defense,'waa 870 for,and
8 against. On tho question of rfestbr
ing, tho American navy to second rank
amona; the world flints, the Vol? was
052 for and110 against..On the ques
tion of organizing private industries
rpf\that ahoy would be ready to..fur
nish';'war'''.materials at prearranged
prirt^, in--the*" event of-, war j,: tba vote
wii* 040 3-* for and 251-4 againBt.
V/o ar? quoting tiiesE figuren aa they
published In the, Eatf.cra nows
f:;:! .vfIBt?B TO,?Hj^$??i^'v.
Bold Montana lt nt? ?tos?? a Ball*
road < fnglne and 9
...'.Boae'raah; ' Mont.,?>,^tt^???$^???F.
Oqorge? I am. going Co that danco
at. v^ictoa's somehow," ab unknown
yourig oi*n daclare^
rormed there would ls> no trauv* geing
ea*t tor some vtime. -, He .waBtafc'/.w-'
br'.Wlone locomotive, enltered tho L
cab and started ' east,; brestfog thru' \
a closed Bwith and going out on thc
meta track. . ... ' ":'<.:../>....'
}1&&*r ticVUtkw m a loooaidtivs,
HHHmuWt?w?rd this eliy vrtten
ha Noticed the bloc* vsyst?? regis
tared danger. He sa# the amok* of
an . engine approaching : ^de'Bta?ped
bt? engine. IBs fireman
men BedhUn^; caugh?
lng ioogtne,' climbed
idaad 14 drlveriese
a ,s^?- -a';Vahori
Togs for '
"If you can. play like a ki
like a ??y."
* BiOBE AND HOBE HEADERS O
* FOB NEWSP?PEB8 +
.? ' . .
Moro people now read newspapers
?nd magazines than ever read them
before, and yet -the number of punct
uations In the United States ia grow
ing less, observes "Glraard", in The
Philadelphia Public ledger.
Last year, 1.412 new dallies and pe
riodicals wore born, but 1,547 per
ished, so th?t the decrease WOB 135.
We still have, according- to N. W.
fcyor, of Philadelphia, who annually
makes, a careful ce??ais of that the
printing press does, 24,589 publica
tions..- -.- liv y;- . . v
That. incl ii eds daily ? and ' weekly
newspaper - aa V7ell ns /magazines of
Ul kinds. Ther e are - nearly' ' seven
times aa m)any weeklies in America
? dailies*, 'tho exact figures' being
17,166 and 2,646. : .
Pennsylvania. leads. her forty-seven v
lister states in til-? numhar of doily(
i o ws pa p o ra.. She has 214, which is
teven mora than appear in New York, j
teleware stands at the foot of tho Hst,!
with only four dallies,; while New
ilex leo, Utah and' Wyoming , each have |
teven and Nevada ten dally pSpers.
PELLS OF D?PBE8S0N8~~
NATIONAL CONVENTION !
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.). '
ihe -might bo allowed tb' exercise her
right of suffrage.
"The. third . delegation ' was from
the WomanB' Anti-Suffrage league,
nils delegation waa opposed to any
Lin tl. of action favoring woman suff
rage. ' . . ' "? 1
; "AU of these speeches' were made
before the full committee on ' resolu
tions, and it was partly. adoption ot
some resolution on thlav question that
kept tiic committee out so long. Tho
first resolution favored tho exten
sion "^ef woman suffrage by . constltu-.
tloual amendment. 'Thia .'was recon
sidered and one was adopted favoring
tba extension ot woman suffrage but
recognising, the right each state to
iccido this matter for itself.
,"Tho impression which I obtained
from Othwr. delegates from the north
ind. west la that tboy aro p?ngala?
to the outcome of the election with
Hughes and Fairbanks as noihiiiees.
They aro hopeful for success ami ho
Sieve Uiat these 'two men Wilt lead
the republicana to victory. Tho
warmest: fight- wlU prbbaoly . be* id
Indiana two senator ships, tho p resi
dency and, vice presidency being'in
. . UNMJUK METHOD
iVh w So Me? r Ff bp!? "Received Bf auk
Many people; of tbs $t$y and coun
ty have' been wondering "why lt ls
that, during ths- t*st; isWdayd- i they,
have received Wim* notes ;frbi?. the
Panners and Merchants bank and. the
i*fjn%? ;LfOan . and Trust company.
S^Sb*ba?fn*s3 ?witb \hen?? snd !
they say. jSh-at i? is odglnal with them -
Several of the . people ..yrh'p.y?t&im
th?se notes hive inquired at the Mn?
aadi^l?s?.^why they; wsre: senV . te
them. x . s
Yraulden, Holland. Jfune ts-Fifteen
member* &T ths-'crew; -of -thA'?Ndrws^
rion steamer Burr ^?reVIa^^-seie. .
They report the ?hip-ores es&k'eUhv
pr^ o?-*-'t??.^ ?
?/ . ? '-H.-...... -
Miss ;A^;;'0?^*H;;:add 'fmS^m
Ash?Till5, . &?7$?^ei?; m?-: spent
&o &aS* few days. \-..
l ennis and (
iii?, V i
/ft J ?-. ':. fea
You'll find our!
for comfort an|
made for ii.
that are in the
When thc gama
? ^ .mer suit at fror
<?* ??*. > '. * .' \ ?' - . '.'
' i Maybe tho you
cut along triml
% tailoring to m*|
and can t help
here at from $
pk, don't look
eily is the ske!|
think wooS mu
as a blue serge
a blue dixie wei
. "The Store' with;M
CBOW ELK-HART '.'SO"
BREAKS KECOBD NOK-STOP. .
LOCKED GEAR A?T? RUS
One. of the ! most remarkable; auto
mobtlo runs- that motord?m ha? evoi
known waa an official non-stop, l?ck
cd-g'ear -run made by Prank- Mal ic li,
a Cinch; n a t i bur, i nea B man,. from. Elk
hart, Indiana to his home in Cincin
nati, news of which reached D. P:.
Sloan ti Son, Crow Elk-hart repre
Besides successfully completing
tho run, Mr. 'Malich broke tho Elk?
-hart-Ctn ci una ti road record.
The gears of Mr. Mallch's'Crow
Elkhart "30," a $725 stock car wera,
locked In high. by the. Am?rihan Ex
press company at Elkhart and'- the.key
deposited wlth- omcialo 'at' tho'latte*
city;- .'.'.?'.> - . . '.' . -. .
?Mr.v'MaUckietdrtod ? at 0 a.\n?;?
from Elkh?rt ,ahd"arrived In -Clnclh
natl at 4:45 p. m.-^3(hi> milos-awhj
In record, time.
The gbars "were" locked in high BO
?hoi the entire trip up over : hills,
brou gli valley a and through .'apm?'Ol:
tho worst pulling that - motor "'cars
Jhaye- ever' faced, Mr. Mnllch drove
without being:-able, even If'hu want
led to, to shift to lower, gear, -
On arrival at Cincinnati," the mot> .
New Preeidnet of j
;.: ?-.ti,- Yaan .-Hu?*? ;>lc*t' 'pTeetd.sat^.aj!'
tba rajnsbUc o?. Chica, now becomes
president os the death of Yuan ??A>
ta' ?tfty-two. years old.. .:
Sew*d on a cruiser during the Chine- j
^apsasse -war and atf^wMd,. entered
the amy, ? t&dta^-fte^MWiptw
fad r;.W. apes* -; >s*rs. ia; v Jfcaajs 1
lor/the stndy jot; ^dlilcation?. On . the i
.f>?bmlAi- <tt w^eftt^^a^^^^l
tennis trouser* are ail right-,
d looks--our sport shirts are
Socks and handkerchiefs
league with comfort.
: w-'over .her?!? 4he right/ summ,
m $10 to $25.
i'd prefer a light Palm Beach
stylish lines with enough
ike it have the "look good
it" appearance. They're
5 to M2.-S0* . ? *? .: ? . ?
outdoor and vacation necee-,
eton lined, silk-yoked . wool,
e about half as heavy as you
st bc, and just as serviceable
!. In fact we have them-in
ave and grey serge at $12.50.
orist. was' unable .tb break the' lock,
ac ?ie aUenmteil to dn, and finally re
sorted 'tb tho' services of ay locksmith.
'"It .Wa?,..the,'.most romarkabl?; trip ,
I . n/?ve eter known ? ' motor i car to j
make,*, 'said .Mr.-. Molich -.today??
"Though I havo known tho -car was j
a wonder on its ability ta climb 'hills >
and navigate : tho worst road condi
tion:; in this country, I doubted^ my-;
self whon I left El kb ard t if I would,
arrlvio. in Cincinnati. -For to- :my.
knowledge, no car, oven tho- moat ex- j
pensive built, baa boen ahlc . to make i
such a trip." I .would como tolillis ?
that seemod almost to tower a ho vu
mo ondHhe Crow . Elkhart "30" would i
flatten them out in wonderful .shape. ;
.:. .v Forecast For We^fe. .:. -n
South Atlantic, and >i?Eask<:?^ilf|j
States-Frequent thunderstorms . aro j
probalii&vd?rWB > ^^^M?t?^^?^,
porat?rcS neat"the hbrma?l ' ' ; .".*.
Loss of? Brother.
Mrs. "John A. Neely returnel Sat
urday from . Gainesville, Qa., whore
she was ' called- by tito';, death bf: - her .
brother, Mr. S$m Fi. Koo.
Bl ind". ? peSpla:-,uro 'USuaily/i-smart
they baye .a- sight of sonso but no
b?tise ot Bight;- . .'.". '.. .. - 1