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Tiifc NKttS OK PROSPERITY
I Miss Landlord Entertains?The William
Lester Chapter, V. I). ('.?
Personal Mention.
Special to The Herald and News.
Prosperity, Jan. 31.?Miss Annie Lee
I-angiord entertained Saturday evening
in honor of her house guest. Miss
Connelly of Ninety 'Six.
[r Miss Willie Mae Wise returned Sunday
t'rcm a month's stay at Rock Hill,
where she has been specializing fn
her work as tomato club organizer of
Newberry county.
Mr. W. J. 'Wise spent the week-end
in Columbia.
IVrs. <T,insley of Spartanburg has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. L. Langford.
HF Mr. and Mrs. James Goggans of CoH
~ lumbia spent the week-end with Dr.
W A and Mrs. C. T. Wyche.
The William Lester chapter, U. D. C.,
meets Tuesday afternoon, February 1,
with Mrs. J. 1. Bedenbaugh.
Mrs. Bachman Richardson is spending
a few days with her parents near
Pomaria.
Mrs. DoHy Shealy had as her guest
last week Mrs. Roscoe Shealy and little
son of Pomaria.
i- Misses Virginia Lee and Doris Kinard
of Little Mountain are the guests
of Mrs. Joe Hartman.
JMiss Xan H'unter of the St. Luke
section is visiting her sister. Mrs. A.
* H. Hawkins.
Mr. S. S. Birge is spending the week
in Columbia.
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miss reari layior anu ;vir. iv?uu?>
Mitchell, of Lexington si>ent Saturday
L with Mrs. Pat Mitchell.
Rev. E. W. Leslie has gone to Estill
R to visit his brother.
Rev. Curtison and family of New
berry spent' Sunday with Mrs. 0. S.
Miller.
Mr. and IMirs. T. L. Shealy and family
spent Sunday in 'Newberry.
, Mr. J. F. Brown has been called to
CAerryville, N. C., on account of the j
critical condition of this father.
T> rrr T TT 1 J J I
xvev. w. i. nerueri, presiueug tnuex,
^ is holding quarterly conference today
I at the Methodist chureh.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
^ Yoor druggist will refund money if PAZC
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles iu 6tol4di-ys
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j REPLY FROM UREY PROMISES
ACTION.
J iThe American Note to (ireat Britain
| is (Clear and Vigorous in
Its Terms.
i
| Washington, Jan. 27.?The text of
i the American protest to Great Britain
i against interference with neutral mails
i made public tonight reveals that dip I
lomatic and consular dispatches have
j been treated in a manner the United
States considered "vexatiously inquisi1
torial." The note describes the prac!
tices of Briiisxi officials as "unwar
j ranted interference,'' and in urgently
! requesting a prompt reply, points out
j that "a strong feeling is being aroused"
i in this country because of the loss of
| valuable letters, while foreign banks
i are refusing to cash American drafts
j because they have no assurances that
j drafts are secure in the mails.
The United States declares that the
I'&rce! post articles are entitled to the
exemptions of neutral trade and denies
tne right of Great Britain to take
neutral mail ships into British jurisdiction
for purposes of search and then
' * ~ 1 ^ 1 nr^l-n'n rAoni_
j 5> U U lii i L HIC1I1 ll_> IL/Ccii ix-nouiiju:^ itj|Uj
lations. It also denied that the BritI
ish government has authority over neu*
tral sealed mails on ships which merely
touch at British ports.
No Needless Delay.
With the text of the American note
was made public Great Britain's ad
interim reply, saying that Great Britain
must consult with her allies be
fore answering finally, but indicating
that there will be no 'unnecessary
delay.
*
The American note is in the form of
a memorandum to Ambassador Page
at London instructing him to file "a
formal and 'vigorous protest." It is
dated January 4 and in part is as follows:
"The department can not admit the
right of British authorities to seize
neutral vessels plying directly between
American and European ports without;
touching at British ports to bring into j
port, and while there to remove or
censor mails carried by them. Modern
practice generally recognizes that)
mails are not to be censored, confiscated
or destroyed on high seas, even
i irtien carried by belligerent mail
good Mul<
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sold this y\
is week.
j
! ships. * * * In cases wnere neutral j
i ....
I mail snips merely touch ai British j
'! ports the department believes that j
'.British authorities have no interna-1
j ticnal right to remove the sealed mails (
>! or to censor them on board ship. * * * j
Strong Keeling Here.
"iA.s a result nf British notion ?trrm<j- !
i : feeling is being aro-used in this conn-,
try on account of loss of valuable;
letters, money orders and drafts, and ;
foreign banks are refusing to cash j
: American drafts, owing to the absence
of any security that the drafts will j
trnvpl spfplv in thp mails: "VTnrark .or
. the detention of diplomatic and coft-j
sular mails is an aggravating circumstance
in a practice which is generally !
regarded in this country as vexatious-'
!y inquisitorial and without com pen-1
i
sating military advantage to Great i
I
Britain. Please lay this matter im-1
mediately before the British govern- !
ment in a formal vigorous protest and
press for a discontinuance of these
i
unwarrantable interferences with in^|
violable mails. Impress upon Sir Ed
ward Grey the necessity for prompt j
action."
i
Great Britain's ad interim reply, de
I nverea to Ambassador Page .January ;
I -5 and signed by Sir Edward Grey. ;
he foreign minister. follows:
"The communication which your
excerency was good enough to make
on thQ 10th instant regarding the seizrif
rra?ls from rout''a! v?2spl?
?. !sed important questions of prin
c )ie in regard to the matters which
1 deter:.i:::cd \\v tl polic" joiniiv
3ided a: d acted upon by the allied
j "v vernme t \ His majesty's govern:'
''Dt are therefc-re compelled to commica
e with their a lies before they
<. 'i send a reply to your memoran
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I* ;u. uie.v ait: cuusuiLiiig vwui L;R
French government in the first in'
ince and I hope to be in a position
' ^fore lene "> stale the result of the
consultation.''
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