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ANDERSON, S? G*? THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1,1916
131
PROLONGED CHEERS AT
PHILADELPHIA W^EN
PRESIDENT DECLARES
AMERICA HS FIRST AND
S PRINCIPLES OF LIBERTY
? MUST BE VINDICATED."
-?By. Associated Press.)
Philadelphia, Juno 29.-'Paesfdont
"Wilson, describing buns/Blf in a fight
ing1 mood in addressing a largo crowd
in Independence. Square, today, de
clared that America, in dealing with
other nations, must ''vindicate at
whatevor cost" its principies.ot liber
ty, justice and humanity. "America!
is: fir.-1." ho said, must he translated]
into action, above all Selfish Inter
est? and til o nation's policy: must bo I
gelded by. tho whole people and not j
ey : a small gjfbup 1. The cro wd cheer
ed the '"presnBfat, especially In bia I
.Sighting" : sentence. <At? ' no time I
did he mention Mexico'directly. Ho f
said: .
.'.Uime-rica has-ft right to .demand
that other nations treat bor with
justice and respect, but (>he cannot
.vpjtb dignity or; solf.-re.spocl ins'at'
upon that unless she is willing to act
in the '.namo ? fashion toward .thenK
That I am T?ttdy to fight for at . any j
C03t."
His statement . .that "Ainorica .first
ntoEns not hin g. us leen . you lt*njglat?
? ?It -'bato-'^wliai*?^ou"-d?V*''^roughi'- pro^
-l?nged; ?ppjlauso. Ho officially ?dV
; dieted tin .Associated Advertising
clubs ot ihV; *orld. "
GEORGIA WOULD
STOP LYNCHING!
Legislature to Give This Special]
Attention. . ' *M
Atlanta, Ga.* June 20.--That the
"general assembly of Georgia which
convened yesterday in Atlanta will;
?:. devote eerions" I consideration to leg
islatton intended to put - a ste-* to
lynching ls evidenced by tho fact that
>: ai number :of prominent morabors ' ot
the -house :and ..eenato have prepared
billa on the subject, which they .will
introduc? .early In .the Bession
Among them is a bill to be ln(ro
due?d by HcpreseniRjVvo J. Full
bright bf JPqrlte county, who would
make the., ?herfffa? directly ; reajiwvsi
ble for lynchings and . who would 'im
"poso upon them tho penalty, of rc-j
jnabvai'from.'.offle'o''.for letting'^iynbh'
; in'gs'.occur. ? ;;j?||ra?j;
.?T?fe bill provides -that .whore'.a mt
Honer .tri t?k?nV-'trpni & uberin! br hi*
deputy or deputies and lynched' by a
nico, tho ?herlft shall automatically
vacate his ?frico, ?
,. Should tho fugitivo bo taken by u
tanb ?nd lynched', before a tarrant
liaa been ssrv^d. upon him, tbb gover*
? hor is. onthbri^dd .todismiss tho sher
tjtjf'it is !iho-.vu that tho. sheriff gave
the mob- .buy bint?of ; the fugitive's
t^hereaboutav:
- .'fjhnt?d, a:;prje?hcr. bo taken, from
on? coiiury ^-i another, and-- lynoh?d
; by a tAQh, the ^vernor,, ls empower
ed to remove tho sheriff ip the .coun-J
7.'tyr.?where' tho ?yac)ji?a?f:occurs.
nm
.'NEW Y?SK REGIMSiWrr
?tten ?bte; indJun? : ;2i
' <?:-.7?at; NawV?
e^v^'-'he^^^^'Ma^^^t^' soi.
ON FIFTH AVENUE
Tho Sixty-ninth Regiment ot Now
Yorli . National Guardsmen > was tho
first to got ready for . the state tnob
ilIzatlon carno preparatory to going
toTexas. They marched 'up- Fifth,
Rvepiib boforo a Jammed 'street on
thohV-WBy: to their train. , \'?"
???.'?*-. _ Offleial reporta to .tho ?tate. depart
\VfU$J^ffsKtOtl' . v-lV?t? ti ? wept say that thousands of- dollars'
' . ' ._ . ''iSin^f ''! iVtrth/o^'goid and.: silver baillee,
StaSldS Mexican Killer horses,, cottle, and ' nutomo-bllca be.
' -, -?'??? >i, ?'<;a ? longing. to Americans have boen ta?o
* Will Support Uffder?;%. .) 4. .protest . has. boon ;.: made
* ; ? . ~ , {through :Kpscuil .agopt-Itodgois.
? ' ' toAiiber^^ p : -r~;-r
-'Await ftep?y to N?te Qg?j9 oOnilu WILL
V/a?Vrlngtbni,Juno 2!).-A full c^m- ft'fl-" rt &| : ^1 ?f^f?tt ItW
pihiici) by. Carnmza . with tlie United ff? l g " 1Z ffli * ? 1 ? 1'?'^feS fi S ?
States durn Amis :. arti' V still . awaited %J:|J.'; v fl,: f t#|^(J|JSs 5"
herc.Whilo tho rel?alo toi??y -.of . ...J.-.'
Americans taken.at Carrizal averted.j . '^'""^TIT,
tho probailty of r^t?iWt?ry, - stops? If?s^^?na^?-Vi^:-sj^yib6^.
hi?it omciais ;in:idG :^.^ar t^t ;,t?ie\- V^t^aye^r^ex?ce ,
fu?uro altitudo of' Sx?xi;ttn .?orcea-ito. ... ^ ' ?
w&rd' Amori/j?n: troops lb: Mexico ?rc- v tt^-Weefcv-;v. ?
palmito -'ho cBotlUSd.'.- Tim ' att?t? ^d?
pariaient hau no Mulv?cor- ,tonight i as . .
tv.w.'icn b-'dipl???aUc reply to lt? do- (Special tb Tho IntelUg?ncer.)
mauste mijsht be ; expected. ..-..?utlrca- ,. Columbia,'. Ju?e 29".--Nothing dolt-'
?ochavo como^t:i8>u^ ! al le- isKanwa as tb?wneh tho Sau?i
O?ifraW^" QXb^-:^-h?f,ftivdp:;ord?rr Carolina troops wilt nb ordered^ to
.??J?w43o;-;.T^t?pi.Vd^o:Mtt5 ;,-.*. that I tho ^exl?a,n; bo^?or? li-la tho oftSit.
Amc^iean.th^ Jon ct many bilkers- ,ihrat' i?o 't&fc
rppve, any .^fty o\ce?cr,tt}^6rd,.th.o regiment will loa?o ea*;y next-week
Vorder, C^fatsB .Very;:: probably Tucfl?oy'...ThbLpied|oa1'
4tt&'?i?*trfi^^
?f^ ff?ni^^ pi?t?s Vtouay.? and <?
^i&tteff,,tb%^^g|^l^^^^-^ Tfeffi*ffi'ffo^ftf ;y/?r.^e'parf^bbi: \ .
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
REPORT TO j SAN ANTONIO
TELLS OB RESULTS ?F
CAVALRY ENGAGEMENT
REPORTED| AT MEXICAN,
WAR [DEPARTMENT THAT
AMERICANS ARE RETIRING |
; NORTHWARD, .
* (, *
* j (Bf Associated Tress.). *
* Sau Antonio, ? Jnao 20.- <#>:
t?.< Ont of eightj-f?Tte -cavalry at ?
* Carrizal, fl?t?-olght have rc- *
turned, and fficclvo wereSet ll- C?
* * ca? leaving ?ftcen . missing. ' <*
* ?*Mu *
Can Kcniovo Bodies,
(By Associated Pres?.)
^ Mexico City, ?Uno 39,-^WaV minis-,
ter Obrcgon Instructed General Tro
vinno to Inform Consul Garcia at Kl
/Paso ' .that tho Arder lean -authorities
might remove tho bodies of. Ameri
cans killed at Carrizal to the United
States for buriaV. General Boll: had
requested that tho bodies bo deliver
ed for burial. .'. ;'.
\y%\\ was. anno.unc?d ihoro that Pres I-1
dent- Wilson's not? answering - Car
"i&nza-'s demajad/jfpr tho. withdrawal
troops; - . woola* be published hore j
tomorrow. "'^raf
Americans ?tetiring?
(?y ; Associated Press.)
?Mexico City, Juno 25V-General
Trev|nb, commander In Chihuahua,
has informed the Mexican; war d?
partaient that American troops haye
(commenced rotlromsnt ,7;ortuward>
abandoning tho towns of San Bona
venture; JLaaCnicos, Namtqulpa and
Santa Clara. These aro occupied by
Mektcan forces., T/revSno 6*}d> ha.'
allowee; thrco Villa generals . coming?;
from tho United States to enter into]
de facto territory.
GEORGIA GUARD MAY
GQTO VERA!CRUZ!
S?I?J?S ;Repoitod to Bo Ready Al
W?m?'- : :? Br?answ?cU
Atlanta; Ga ,; Juno 29.-Will j tho
National Guard regiments of the state
of.'1 Georgia, 'now-^mobilise at Camp
Harris'.{at Macon, be. dispatched to
Y?r?. CruJ!,1 in ?ho evont Of a declar
ation of v/nr? '.*;'" :'
?SHS&?I? reported in. Atlanta bn cxi
bellen t atUh?rity.'ih?t ?'t?
es Uatujfport shin .ls now;. anchored In
tho harbor of Brunswick, Ga,>,?weit*
lng- at?V drdor ' from tho war depart
ment that, will carry . tho Georgia
|,^Vftf:itf'-'t^i"Jisf?pua Mexican pofl
tho moment hostilities nlart. '-.
Members of tho Georgia legislature
from Glynn county are authority for
ti> e. statement that" tho- transport arr
rived In BruntiV^cj; : harbor Uso day
before they left Tok Atlanta, and they
further declare that, tho mission' of
; the ship is to take-the guard from ?his
Btatefto' vsta ctn*. %
Should the war ' department "bo
planning to dHnaich NatllmaV Ou?rd
uh its ; to the port. v>?hore the .niti tines
landed in the famoSis flog -Incld?nt,
: tfc hrflbtUiiy means;,(kat. A .quick drl'viy
lo Mexico,: City . W contemplated jby
-tire geebrhl staff l?'tho event of a
declaration or wah '^'W^^S??^
-' iA? ' tfco.\.?mce - of^Adh?tant. General
Kash is kUt^wgttHhe* ba$o re^
c^rt^j p o laloisi^^
' t?n^s ; to'. where i?o Georgia Guard
.wH',W;.opni;:^;-. ; i;;. '... ; ?'.':
m.i m a .??-nrot
THE LAST KISS AS HE STARTS FOR MEXICO
She- had her'last kiss ik'tl?? b^ft'l j hoarded bia-train. But that was .
Central Station at Now York bolaro rT^.^C^'?? ^ ^I^ ^
L ~V?v-.'..?' r , . '. *. *L? . I -train till sho found bim and then ob
lior^nant. irish swpoUnmrt of tl*? aBkea ,a perfect ?tranger to Hit be
Sixty-hlnlh New York ' ' r.'s?lm?ntj upi .for Another; klas.
Negro '-'Trwj^B^y??^w^
Carrizal vBja/t^lj;^
:'/ -Upon'Arrival ??;r?r?
der:Mr-; Story ' <j&ftrf t??
. - v.?>WB^^jr^j|wic. : j.:^ T';.[;..-,.... ? -:---TV,
told a ; story' sonfl\_ting , with ? Rpfll?. . :,^?^^^|^.||^,^'^^^,
b u ry's. fi ta to in en t ' tl? at Ca ]> tn in". Edyd'^ : M ??* ^ ' jf*-^' ? 'i tfi til fi
obsiinacy w?a--7cstmn^?bie-'f?r-:the(atr fi.fi "''HU Mir >? af OHM ?1
t adt rnado... on -Auierjc?n?Trh?jtora, II. I- -. -K?fS * >? ?J ij ?-18' ? I
hlnmotl tho. Mexicana, for etortink thc fl ? Off Lt s MaJ?-flsl i
fight. They; r.o?it8ed .to ?Ivo devils, . * ;" "T'" . .vT;*^
fc?iy?ng?they.vinu?t first report to com- ? ; !/?\,f??ym,'* ??fj
triahdSng tj?lccrrt\ Captain 1 kav?ia .^?^1??* M W;ii?' ; 9M?*M
mr?y/ ?t> Troop K. . arrived nt . #t; ,Wo>^ ?P P^*1?^
Bliss hospital .--for. tho. tfeatmeh* V of ':\--ia?:'^e^
wounds early, today. Mtteon '?rCtbo - . T^ ^^S^SiS!?^' :
tfoppora ; are'meniberaot * bin chin- :^^^^^WJMI:;? Raoetye?.
inand.; Spl.?sbury; denied - ho-\->-wan v ^'i%7^^J,^^^^^SM?U
bobbed i?to giving.his bj?fcil?v>t;:?tito- - r- -' \ .' ..-. ?,? ; .'.
freut toi ?en?r^ (BV JO? gbkiiwi 1 - ,
?d direct y;,wb^ w^^r^^n^iblo ?for ' w?r&?kL?#: il?f^ "sk& j , ,
ibo; ^rri?ai^-Ssnt,, hiy ^d^^?W y3*?6--*h?&&<***#
pMy$t^^ tba ? baby : county,: ; ;iurttM?oat * bl
.tion-..'i;:-S?-."Boyd:-- kn?.-Qit?inA.-'ff? '^w?-\?o^ay^lor !ite?f?r'st^^?tlca
L-camj^ig4t-V'?'tioe. :A-?ir ??3?dai?
gMtia^MMK saches-were.tho asa?> ?*<?t ota
n?rkny*"; h^nfSibl?<?7?a?fi bt i?1?' '."'*-|!??,!i^^F
on the battlefield at.Carrizal . on
?ubaequeatly! .killed. ?-?. by Mexicans
They said they were robbed bf mope
and valuables, ?pillsbury, whe
questioned about tho ?talement"?sepe
tn his naibe by. General Trevino, a<
milted he made it and expected1 t
stick to U. i '^"pijihury had boon d.uo!
Cid ? as; saying Captain Boyd ioslate
Gomez warned him nf to..... ,. I
B O T H ARMIES WINNING
FROMGERMANTO
EVERY ?AND - 10.000
,* JONERS : mi? -iftiwr.
S1ANS, ' ,:'r:[A>ty
'.III M|I i>C i.
(By.- 'Assoctited; "Vtwd.)
In an attack over' a jft'ont ot . 25
miles eastward from Kolonga, '<Jali
cia, tho Russians h ayn- forced Ans
jitrinn^; hack. In^ thia i fighting and
also, in battles p^W^^XmEmmm
tho Russians capturedmore than Ivr
ooo prlBonerc and many guns. The
Russian successes biro ? said to have'
elven ?jem ; ne^eifr?. to Carpathian
gasses and the tallroad; from. Kolo?
mea to .liomberjf;,' 93gjbifas between
the 0'ermans' and Rus?l?n? 'on?entrai
Russian front continuos nnabetcd.,
A French curtain ojf f ire ! II?B ,t?~'
pained tho German infantry In at
tempts to - luke Freacn. ' y<i'?ft^\?f^'<
of'Hill 8?4, 'northwest; ei Verdun.
?Tp? British in yriwxcb andi Bel?tn?B
c?fatin?e thatr heavy bombalawa!
of Gorman trenches.. <
; Tho ?t?llahs^ bte atilt d?tvt?g Ana
^nt?ft-'-^ack in Trenzan- ... - >'.r.?n<:
(By Associated ^ressr.)
V7nshlngton, June 20.-Tho s?nats
.'naval- ' coainiitta??^
amendments to tl?> naval WU pro
viding four anpftpr.areadaaaght? and.
four battle cruiser//; ??st y?*r *t?d tfc
completion In tarye?r? of ?fee iii
hundred n?lllon1 dolla? bvdidlng. pi
gram urged by the tmy:
board. The ' ?411 wilt, be caUsd
for consideration hy tho Senate neat
week.

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