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SUNDAY, .JUNE ?18. 1916.
: That Russian drlvoVl*.'..developing!
Into a gallop,-.ti .Vjk /.
That Russian drlvo isn't a drWo,
U'o a torn?d?. ..'"'.
p^'^H's about ?mo to take that snake j
down, don't you think?
Very often "lack o? inspiration" hi j
mistaken for Jrar-of . perspiration'.
:,.s|Somo ti martyr to rheuma
tism ia i tax dodging^;
ehould ki^Ptfo?l on the Hughes ''ice
lt hi iltf? ?lwayj tho man with the
s . ',; h i r who can gulp down tho
Maybe;they tait it tho Apolitical
: .^t^'h?c^uso ''yon.; aro' likely to " be
blackened.If you gel Into lt.
When It come to attempting t??di&i
. credit.^ tba Wilson" administration
Hughes out wickered Carranza.
The ?tate compulgn brocks upon us
:.; thl? wooa'^ ?nd wc aro'reminded that
.^..yi'^yp*? toc? >as:;yialtfed:by. plagueri .
The Crown Prince, haying ?ct a
day fer.baking Verdun.-shouldcease
l??ht?jit? and walt until that d'*/Sr
The old fashlohcd -mau wh^i?'^^?
.^ :'-I>7?r;t. 4'ttout tho way' ho could carry
h?a liquor 1?: fiow unable to carry
himself. \< * -
^?ndilntcd A^m?rttanbjm'? will
; nudilutcd' bear,' suoer kraut . and
.?.With Hughes apd Fa?ib?nks^^^l
: ; raqo, ihefo" wilt be no need of the
, (l^tf.y.,?it>rt1 ns^lftn;iii ^poia ?t<r>^
.T? the^Jb^-Jssue of bis '?$$(?-'&
yJ^\ftien. Wfttso^ iSqJf T?Mt?* like ? 't?*tt
-,-: 1 lins 'auybody .h?artS, Anythtpg froni
tas^'^t?rlt?ihs lowe* section of the
^?hd then; you
Altor ncndlog several thouup.n<l
soldiers to France, Russia yet has
nnough to sweep the Teutons before
her along a 200-mile battle lino.
Undertakers of Atlanta' are buying
generously o' ?pace in tho newapa
perH for display advertising. No
wonder Atlanta geln the narnu of u
Senator Tillman Declares He is
Anxious to Fly.-Headline. But the
venerahlo senator will probably lind
hltnHeif too hu?y putting R?publicain;
to flight to carry out his desjre.
"1 have not desired tho nomina
tion," said Justlco Hughes. You may
may not have de&lrcd it, Charlie, but
you wore BO skcered you wouldn't got
lt you held down your Job on tho Su
premo Ccourt hench until you had
The Waterboro PrcsB and Standard
announces that In ?Its current-iBou?
all editorials were sidetracked to
siVo TOOTS ??v tho advertisements.
Wonder if that could be a v-lled
proffer of reward to advertisers to
keep up the good work.
Tho Yorkvlllc Enquirer "turnt- u?
a stink" in connection with the Press
Association meeting held at York last
week, exposing tbc fact that whiskey
was imported wholesale fashion for
the entertainment of the visitors. AA
the Enquirer, ^be town of York and
the York Nows wero ali the hosts of
the newspaper men, we be darned it
we would now attompt to befoul our
Own* nest. *
TUE BALANCE OF POWER
Ono ot tho elements ot tho pres
ent presidential - campaign that baa
not been given Ute attention it mer
Its la tho femlhino vote. Woman suf
frage has now'become much-mora
than an airy abstraction. Thoro will
be 4.000,000 women eligible to veto
next November: ' Moro than hui" of
them aro "first voters." And Inas
much eb U ls extremely problemati
cal how they ?re going to volo,, tho
politicians aro' vie wine them with
ever-growing Interest, mingled with
fear. . A,iJ, ... , ..
Thcro ls already in the Hold a "Wo
man's Party." What .. that J:party
stands for has hoon inr.de known
plainly by ita Chicago convention,
hold simultaneously' w^^the Repub
lican and Progressive''cbnvontlouaf^it
has, but a singlo plank. It stands,
[nt presont. for a single .purpose-the
enfranchisement of all tho women'in
tho country, by tho same means that
enfranchised ..the: negro-^-an amend
ment to the federal constitution.
Whethor that self-stylod party can
control as largo a proportion of fem
inin 0 votoo. as it professes, or wheth
er there Ia going to bo any realic?;
hefaJit "fomlnino voto" at all. remains
to bo . eeen? Tho only political body
Indorsing Its demands.ls tho Progres
sive party i Org?ulsatlonH that . are
generally supposed, to represont a
majority of the women voters are; op
posed to federal nc tina, ana . disin
clined to partisan action of any. ?.ort.
But just what ts going to happen, no
Tho suroBt 'thing about women, la
politics or elsewhere,, ls that yon
never'can toll. And so to tho other
engrossing featuroB of thlB . spectac
ular campaignia added tho problem
ot which m?y the lutfrago cat (moan
ing no disrespect) will jump. Tho
women seeni to hnvo; tho balance ot
I power, ir they hang "ogtther In any
considerable numbers,; they may d?
cida the .election. . .
JAPAN LIKES ?Ki NAVY
It ls rather ?nespoeted lo
Japan fe as tr*?;ch In favor of a great
er" American navy as any .American
jingo. Andl-.yet that fa the nssurnncB
given by Adachi KInnoauko,
liant Jnpar.sci writer who has spent
his Ufo lu., the United States:
H?v puta the matter finr a, way that
isn't eon?ilimontary, but plausibly
and possibly true.,
,| Japan woii?ld HVe t? eeo us build, a
powerful navy because "The Indis
putable naval supremacy of America
on the Pacific'.yM?d''^y?':'thaMAm?T?<i
can people A ?) o? SQ n nd calt?hoss ; ol
Judgment which come froe the cor
'sctousneSB of ?^bw?r," With na. h
says? asl ^ith all other; *>eoplr
"pattie and Vliysteria' ?re. - ?re --mt
prolirtc h^otK tr. of war'. ] Japan '4ir
afraid ot mighty and well arrnoJ
Ai?erlc&: Tho oDly America Jap^n U
afraid of is a Weak, blufflng. hyateri
cal America." ? ,?
Mott of . es, ho tells ns, fcnow little
J?pa?; :*nd Mr pistUbn In the Fa?
.?5ast.'''\ixn?V^e ready tb swa??w ans
wit* talft ia gosi^t truth;, 'with "
adiSad ?bis? W^?i^?taMf^im
:id<jqQsJe ^ would give.
suranco of continued peuce, because
Japan horuelf will never "start any
thing" If wo don't. A war against
tho United States, Bays the writer,
would bo simply "nationul hari-kari
Another reason why Japan would)
Uko to seo UH ?tcp Into uiiquestion
ahle naval supremacy, according to
Mr. Kinnosuke: "lt would let Japan
build up her navy a little, too, and In
comfort." As matters stand, every
time she talks ul building another
warship or two, there is an alarm
sounded in this country. According
to Admiral Kato, Imperial minister
for the navy, unless there is grouter
naval expansion than any yet rrovid'
cd for, Japan "will be obliged to take
her placo beside China, Greece and
Spain." She doesn't want to sink
Into that class, and would gladly
build a fow more ships if wo will
build so many more that thero can't
be any question of competition. Then
Japan would attend to her business
and protect her Far Eastern inter
ests, while we looked after our own
"It would be of Infinito value tu]
tho peace ot the Pa ci lie," says Mr.
EIGHTEEN DEFENSIVE LAWS
To military, naval and industrial
preparedness ls to bo added legal
preparedness. Eighteen bills have
been prepared by tho attorney gen
eral of the United States to cover de
tects in the present statutes. They
are intended to prevent such offenses
against American life, property,
peace and. neutrality as havo been
prepetrated under the inspiration of
the European war.
In this matter, as Jn so many oth
ers. Unelo Sam was caught napping.
For'the future, there should be ade
quate legal machinery to control
elthor aliens or citizens engaged m
improper activities on American soil.
One of the hil!:.- strikes at the robt
ot the most troubiesomo allen annoy
ance wo lia ve suffered, by making it
a crime for any alioh to act hero as
an agent of a foreign government
outside, the regular diplomatic and
consular service without notifying
the government of the United States
and obtaining its consent. Another
measure makes it a specific crime to
swear falsely to any document that
nay be used hy another government
In a v controversy with the United
Stalag,.. Tbat^would covei". such au
offense as tho' signing of tao frnudu
lent; affidavits in tho Lusitania case,'
certifying that the Hnor was armed
with cannon. Another deals with
fraudulent application for passports,
or the alteration or forgery of pass
ports, practices that havo com pro
mised the honor of the" United States
and so brought, as into embarrass
ment .with ?orno of the allied pow
ers. Another gives tho government
to detect foreign VCSSSIB in Ameri
can ports, enabling tho government
to deice*, mot., easily such offenses
as the cou vet .lon of a-Gorman mer
chantman in Nev/ York harbor into a
bomb factory. ?nothor makes it a
crime to injure prppdvty ?a- the Unit
ed Statos belonging to any govern
ment with which wo are nt peace,
meant to prevent repetitions of the
attacks which occurred last yea?
against war-ordor shipments in many
pt*>s of the country. '
Setting fire to foreign Blilps in ou?
ports, planting" bombs in foreign j
ships for explosion at Bea. conspir
ing to equip warehtps from our ports,
organising secret uaval expeditions,
spying on our defenses, unneutral
wireless communication and all the
other varieties and shades or offense
that lately goaded our people to in
?lenati?n ?re included in thia body ot
.defeostva ;legialatIon. Most of the
bills, are reminders of 5: pro^G?rman
offense?^ ' One ot them, relating to
recruiting, is Umpired by British ac
tivity. One. applies to Mexican plot
ters. .. ' . .'..
:\ So far aa Germany is concerned,
most of those measures have lost any
'immediate application because ot W*
action of the German government in
suppressing its offensive; propaganda
a?^' aaJoinUii^ oii Amer
ica nsoil to obey our laws. Their
passage Is none the ios? desirable fbr
that reason. And fortunately they
can bo dealt with now wltbout'tpre
Judico or excltemMt.: They are as
necessary as any 'other ?part of our
general'scheme: ot na?a?iai defense.
'"?.?"t,..:,.^..-.!?.! lil 'll . \ ii.m M ? ? ?
.;; ? Boy S^?fcar. ?'
'Sp?lrtanba'rg?r.' -Juto? " IT.-Yotisg
Vane* H?vner. tea/ *?y pfe??h?r.
M??: v-'IMsii .'?-.attraotto? : -, ' stich y.
?pmd and favorable .. e?piweat
op:account of, bfc* sablier, rjerlg??as
*a?wKm seTow?, -pill *i*?^aV" '
.Y?m?>:Kl. -: A. ?pryieo Sunday ai
.noon at 4:Sa. ls will be rattail
.1 ?K-i'it yA?ng H?VBW nbAka tn men in
th? gymaaaiuai ?O??V year and a half
ago,.aea tb* Urge crowd that^ taxe*
tbs oabacity o*K*W1&$?S&m
praised his uie?snge enthusiastically.
Since that time''thc lad has been In
school, and with hie increased studies
and physical ?rowth he should get a
moro favorable reception this timo
than before ?
Nf ii ch at a standstill.
Greenville, June 17.-Parker Cot
ton .Mill slock, whirl) after the salo
of tlic Ifampton group of mills, ad
vanced greatly in worth, is now at a
standstill as a result ol' the suits
brought to restrain thc salo of Ibis
group of mills, and to have a receiv
er, or receivers numed for the Par
ker Cotton Mills company. A ?tock
broker said yesterday that there was,
at that timo, little or no market for
tlic stock. He continued to say that
prior lo tho plan foa. tho salo of tho
Hampton Mills, the preferred stock
was selling for about soven dollars
tba share, while after the sale of
the subsidiary was arranged for, the
stock advanced to fifteen dollars tho
share. Common stock, said he, ad
vanced from ono to two dollars the
Head Epworth Orphanage.
Columbia, June 17.-Election of a
superintendent of Epworth orphan
age to fill thc vacancy created by ?he
death of the late Rev. W. B. mar
ton was deferred yesterday by tho
board of trustees until the meoting
in November, immediately preceding
the annual conferences of the Meth
odist church. Tlie duties of the
superintendent have devolved upon
the Rev. H. Z. Nubers, the assistant
superintendent, since the death of
Mr. Wharton and .Mr. Nubers will
continue in the capacity ot acting su
Liquor In Charleston.
Charleston, Juno 17.-In Its final
presentment tho grand Jury, yester
day called attention to the allegation
that contraband whiskey is reacbing
Charleston through - an express
agency at Ladson's Cross roads, Dor
chester county, and nearby, stations,
and recommended that nil petty vio
lations of tho law be handled by mag
istrates. Two exhib? tc, one of tho
report of the dispensary board on UB
final disposition ot the dispensary
stock and the other the report of thu
state constabulary since January 1,
1916, wore attached to the present
? ?OUT OF.JPpLITICSr? . ?
"I am out of politics."
Thvs the plaintive not6s from Oy
ster Bay. Tho magician bas drop
ped his wand. The-Thunderer pipes
on a broken reed?. The minion of
Mars slinks crestfallen from a he field.
"Let, howfcWlv?i?K*ke a skillet- of
hi's heinl:*, f#*pfc'
: When the Knight of La Mancha ]
and his faithful squire enrergod> bat
tered ar C. braised'from their encouut-;
er with the cowherds the Knight
sought to consol? Sancho .- -with , pre
cepts of chivalry and/ hope's of ber-;
?tor dnys; whereupon, ibo- practical
'.Sancho replied, as he Tubbed bis skin:
'Faith, Master, I am more tit tor.
plasters , than disccurses." Likewise
the Colonel-has no*'heart for hts
wonted-gllbllnesB as he nurses the
wounds of bis latest adventure. This j
year, as in 1912, ho stormed the Re
publican Old Guard for the nomina
tion; and tliis year, an then, ho fail
Mi. . ? But .whereas In 1012 be shouted
defiance and Taised the flag oC a
new party and rallied four million
zeal omi voters to his cause, ho now
?sllps quietly from tho stage desert
ing tho "Progressives" who Eworo ; by
his constancy. .
Tho Colonel's role ls not an en
viable one ; and for a hero who has
denounced quitjtcru and . mollycoddles
sb unsparingly, it is most amazing.
Four years ago ho aasure?? the ''Pro
gressives", whoso chosen i/irophot
and leader he was, that .?hey had
foundbi a party devoted', steadfastly
to principles and divinely commis,
stoned to free the notion from social
Injustice and political crooks;- Now
ho tolls them, in effect; that they no;
lunger can; lok to him for. leadership
when leadership holds no. promise of
spoils. In the first instance, be
used the "Progressive" party as a
tool for wrecking personal'- revenge.'
This timo be used lt. aa a Hool to.
accomplish & .personal ambition, and
having .fbund it Ineffectual; for that
purpose, he oasts it aside.
The Colonel thirsted and parried
for tho .Republican nomination. Ho
opposed Justice Hughes, ..the'' most
formidable figure in shat field, and
even through the eleventh hour
? threatened to repeat his st roko ot
1?12 unless tlie Old Guard dl'V lia
bidding, .While he thus angled tor.
the RepubHcaU nomination, he left
tho Progressives believing that they
stiU bad ? party and^&^ ho was
situ their leader. The, rank and
tile of the. progressives wbre deeply
UT earnest. They tock themselves
land thulr.organlKotion with a. seriouB
?nesa thaV ?raa nothing ?bort of piety;,
and above all, they took ' Colonel
RoaeveU, furiously. What then was !
thoir surprise and despair 'wtym they
saw <t at 4?at ?bait tb^ Cb?^rs?-: hav
ing fslH? to get. the nomination bf
tba Stand patevs, would not accept
?Nomlmit?,hira,' they did; but as the
h?nt?natod hJUn \ "in restentmeht an?;
rsveng^ : T6if^ wb?e determined that
bb should :-?ot isquirmc out bf the
responsibility bo bad created: rather,
be sho?l?( be compelled .testae.* th?
Jsa?o ami act the pail
f poilU^/^.^ waa cruet "
?resaltesthring the Colonel to'- thUr
1 rcJ??; : :? 1 Bat, : it .was ' hfcrjvliA na.? Mftkl
1 -; >'''-."':? \V?
A house of introductions
We're continually introducing the new things
in men's and boys' clothes.
After & season has started there's very apt
to be a ?icwe? idea developed from c*|?&f
ience with the popular designs.
We're always doing the watchful waiting for
anything of this sort.
Late Saturday we opened a few suns of moat
attractive cool crashes. One is a good clear
graf with a dash of green, the other is a
color all it's own?--we can't name it but we
know you'll like it.
And with thu or any other good kind of sum
mer suits you will want our Palm Beach Ox
fords. In such quality as ours nothing adds
quite so much to your natural appearance
as these cool, bright shoes.
There are ali widths to give you a perfect fit.
The price is $3.80.
Special summer ncckv/oar in silks and wash
fabrics. For ike tub test there's nothing to
compare with our Imported Russian Cords.
Unusual values indeed at 25c to 50c.
"The?Store with*a Conscience"
gutting his courage and honesty, to
What nbw will become of the Pro
gressive party is suggested by the
remark of one of its most staunchest
and most discerning members, William
Allen White, who declares: "Mr.
Perkins paid his good money for tho
party, ana in him rested its title."
Thc organization might have survived
thc' loss of a leader, but hardly the
(OBS of its check book. As for the
Colonel himself, he awaits in silence
-to liini, the most painful of a'U cir
cumstances-an opportunity to i re
turn, with . some show of grace, to
the bosom of the Old Guard. - For
then once, however, he can only sulk
in thoughts of what might have been,
tils bluff has been called. His plum
age hos been plucked. And. what,
tohhlpa-ls ; most ^.painful, he realizes
?ike Chuntlclore -that the sun can riso
without his 1 crow.-Atlanta Journal.
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largo purchaso of theso
Irons we areComposition
to soil them at. the low
est, price over . named
l?re for a really good
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with th? hoi stove rmi
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. ; how flies do swarm
How tired you get
when you are warm
.Tba Efectrfe"Fait > ;': " v
puts .flies to flight
'Makes yosi cooler
day ?td night
If you do it yourself i$
will be right
Standing over a bot fire fa uti
?ourforlable and uoheklUiful
. - is e?tire?y *di^?teni . j ,, \
There ls ti?" n?at^eacaptvw?'^'^
ii i. needed ;
enables . yW.-t? It y?**w&f ].
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you must fill the lamp,
adjust the wick, strike
a match, and bo very
careful not to spill Al
cohol oh U?c tabla top.
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you can deys-ie ail your %?
sitentio?t to the recipe, r
li will do a^ it in needed . S ??t?m*?t>^
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