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AIRSHIPS WILL RACE AROI
s A KRONAUTS from all the civil
standard type of air craft
an aerial race around the \
sporting events to be held
tional Exposition at San Francisco
The race will start from the gro
and will end there. Three hundn
up in prizes for this stupendous w
the world's greatest aviators'have
the races. The recent flight of S
many, in which he covered 1,375
^ flights are a matter of adequate suf
shows the route around tlie world a
1 WHOLE WORLD TAKES HASD
Following Example of "A, B, C of
South America, Europe Tabes
Washington^ April 27.?Formal acceptance
by the Huerta government of
;he offer of Argen tina, Brazil and Chile
to use their good offices to bring about
an amicable settlement of the difficulty
between the United Sta:es and Mexico
was cabled to Spanish Ambassador
Riano here tonight by Portillo v Rojas,
foreign minister in the Huerta cabinet.
-- Senor Rojas note was transmi ted
^ to the three South American diplomats,
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JND THE GLOBE FROM SAN ' |
0 IN 1915.
lized nations of the globe with every
driven by motors will participate in
vorld, which will be a feature of the
during the Panama-Pacific Internain
unds of the Exposition in May, 1915,
2d thousand dollars has been hung
orld girdling contest. A number of
signified their intention of entering
toeffler, ending: at Mulhausen, Ger-'
miles, convinces aviators that long
>ply stations. The above photograpn
LIU Lilt? vauvus ^uuiviio.
| who began a conference which lasted j
' far into the night, discussing-the nextj
I move in their peace plan. Secretary
I Bryan having accepted the offer of
! good offices Saturday, the first step
j now is completed and the way paved j
for actual negotiations looking to a;
peaceful clearing up of the situation. ;
The tenseness o.'f the Mexican situa-;
tion was distinctly relieved today when j
the representatives of Argentina. Brazil i
I and Chile/, supported by pressure from |
' all La:in America and from the fore|
most powers of Eur poe, coucen rated
! their efforts towards a specific adjusti
' ment of the crisis. The success of
the first step towards* mediation?the
5 of the very bes
i unquestionably valuable acqu:
md because of its r.ew and attra<
tinly engage the attention of 1
ranee everywhere. It is calk
although it might with i
3 be termed accident comoensa
as it gives to policyholders s
ranee at minimum cost.
nal purpose of the officers of t
rs been to conserve the interest
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promp" acceptance by the I'nited
States and tne announcement of the
Spanish ambassador that Hnerta had
accepted th<- tender of good olficesproduced
a feeling of distinct hope
which was rcflec ed n >' only in administration
quarters but in congress,
where "war talk" gave way to a spirit
w rum niaiuii.
Throughout the day the three South
Am rican envoys held frequen conferences
.0 arrange the preliminaries
o?" procedure. Pending the receipt o;
lie formal acceptance by Huerta no
proposals will be submitted to
either the United States or th Hr.erta
government. It also nas been made
plain that no condi ions as to the
terms that will be acceptable as yet
have berii placed formally before the
The president and Secretary Bryan
were assured throug.i separate diplomatic
sources tuat Gen. Huer.a was
r^ady to accept the tender of good of
lices, and was dratting a lormai acceptance.
Pressure r'rom Germs, ny.
Great Britain and France advising
Huerta to accept rhe first s eps towards
mediation, and the approving
attitude of Latin American countries to
he settlement of the c'jii roversy by
Pan-American diplomacy emphasized
the worldwide influences for p ace.
Xeither Ambassador Riano nor the
peace envoys would make public the
text of Huerta's acceptance. It was
said, however, that Senor Rojas replied
briefly, acceding the offer and
t.ianKing tne sou in American piempot
.itiaries and Spanish ambassador for
their good offices with a reference to
"th^ real spirit of solidari y between
peoples of a same race."
Conditions >'ot Outlined.
Xo conditions are imposed in an
offer of good offices, consequently the
reply from Mexico City was not expected
to deal wi:h conditions. That
stage will be reached when the peacemakers
formulate their plans. It was
suggested tonight that they probably
would ask the Washington and Mexico
City governments tomorrow for statements
as ts what each would demand
in the event formal mediation were
Unofficial advices from Mexico City
already had made it virtually cerrain
that Gen. Huerta would accept the
offer of the peace envoys, but the
formal announcement tonight tended
further to relieve the tension.
President Wilson express .d hiixijei;
as greatly pleased, though he would
t features adde<
isition for the
of the policylight
d to provide
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?orcing a sacd.
make no further comment. I
White House officials disclosed hat
they wore arnestly desirous of aiding
til*- South America:i diplomats, and
tiia no announcements as to points
' that would be insisted upon by t!.e !
I ni ed States w mid b<> made or any- ;
tiling e'se now done which might em- j
: ha rass their efforts. Throughout olli-}
eial and diploma ic circles the belief j
i was expressed that success of tli I
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have a favorable effect upon lie situa- ,
ion; that ev n though t/.eir efforts ul- i
timately failed, direct diploma ic j
; communication between the I'nited I
States and tho Huerta government iias I
be-on r stored temp:rari!y and I
! M. I,. SMITH IX HACK
Speaker of flip House Denies Humors I
of VHUuInnvMl and Says Hp Is
<??insf to Win.
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Anybody w.i > tilings that Mendel :
L. Smith, of Camden, speaker of the I
hous of representatives of the Soutn
Carolina general assembly, is not go:
ins. t ) continue in the race for gov- j
ernor, had better admit his mistake? i
| for no o:her than Mendel L. Smith, j
i himself says that he will continue in
the race. Xot only this, but rh? honjorable
representative from Camden
| says he will romp in a winner.
Asked for a statement regarding his
j candidacy by a Record reporter to:
day. he said:
J "I find ;here a'-'e many reports being
; circulated that I will drop out of the
: race. I want to say, however, that I
! am certainly in this race, I have made
' all arangements to be a candidate
and I expect to win."
: Speaker Smith also said he was be?ieged
with letters from friends in all
! sections of the State, asking him to
! make addresses and that if he accepti
n A oil Vi c? 1 rl vi r\~
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ment's spare time between now and
; f lection day. His trip to Columbia, he
I said, was on private business.
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