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ARMY OF GERMANS
Approximately 3,000 Resin
United States Kept Undei
HAVE BEEN VERY AC
Officers Declare They Coul
Last One of Them in Tv
Washington, April 20.
mately 3,000 German residen
Unitedl States are undler clos
lance, Department of Justie<
announced today, because of
tivities in behalf of the Gerr
ernment before America's e
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BIG STORE ON THE CORE
the war, or because of their pro-Ger- "
VATCED The department's field force of in
vestigators, now grown to formidable
proportions, is keeping so close a
dents of watch upon the small army of sus
Strict pects that it would be impossible, it is
authoritatively stated, to arrest vir
tually every man under suspicion 1
|TIVE within twenty-four hours. The sus
pects are located in every State of t
d Arrest the Union.
renty- To meet the deman s of the in- I
creasing watch upon these individuals,
the department's bureau of investiga- <
tion has been greatly enlarged since I
Approxi- the beginning of hostilities with Ger- i
ts of the many and recruits are add(ed daily to<
surveil- the staff. In addition, the 50,000 civil
3 officials ian employes on the government's I
their ac- p~ayroll in all departments actively en
nan Gov- gaded in reporting information to the I
ntry into burea u, allsheriffs and their deputies
---.throughout the country, Attorney
GHS. General Grdgory saidl tonight, are co
operating wvith the department.
will stop Maniy Offer Aid. 4
ers from Patriotic organizations and many
balsams other civilian societies also hav'e of
irritated fered their aid.
ieves the To meet apparent conf'uslon in theI
asier and public mind as to which dlepartmesnt
oct a lini- of the government is charged wvith
>us. Dr. the dutty of enforcing the President's
mntiseptic proclamation relating to alien ene
ts young mies resident in the United States, it
ist today. wvasstated at the Department of Jus
.-adlv. tice that the President has (delegated
"Tine tels what
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han the unforeseen dlemands incident to human
I haven't the power to predict the future but
Bank Account and fortify for the future.
hy young men to succeed. Begin today with $.r
k of Manning-.!
VER. - - I
to that department on the day the
proclamation of the terms of the
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tUSSIANS SWEAR TO
DRIVE ENEMY AWAY
Petrograd, April 22.-"We believe
'ou are going to drive the enemy out
The speaker wvas the duma dleputy,
~. Roditcheff, governor-general of
~inland. About him wvere gathered
Iundreds of officers and soldiers rep
esenting the armies at the front,
nd workers engaged in national de
T1he occasion was the congress of
hese military and labor delegates for
he purpose of cementing national
mnity against the foreign foe.
"We swear it," went Up) a thunder
)us chorus. "We swear it," they re
Thus endedl one of the most dra
natic patriotic demonstrations seen
ince dlemocracy came to Russia. And,
trikingly significant of that democ
'acy, was this incidlent at the open
ng of the congress-a private sol
lier was e'lected its vice-presidlent.
r' young cossack, Sorokoletoff by
minme, fresh from the fighting front,
n fieldl uniform and his rifle should
~red, miountedl the speaker's standh
&midl a storm of cheers. As he made
brief speech of acceptance, look
nmg dlow nujion the audience among
vhich glistened many a general's uni
'om, those present couldl not hellp
mt ponder in amaz,'ement th-e historic
ipheaval that had made such a scene
One of the chief speakers at the
engress was Gen. Gurko, commandl
rrin-chief of the hussian western
ront-private Sorokeletoff is sta
ioned on that front--who said:
"An end must be madec of Ger
ian militarism wvhich is an eternal
renace to the peace of the world."
Other speakers were President
todzianke of the dluma; War Min
iter Guchkoff, and M. Posener, head
f the council of wvorkmen's and .o :
MANNING, S. C.
diers' delegates at Minsk, and presi
dent of the patriotic congress, M
Rodzianke, who had just paid a visit
to the western front.
Toward the end of the meeting
French and British officers made
speeches, telling of the fighting ir
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RICHlARD CARROLL ON
Te Civic Preparedness comm is
sion, colored, working under andl in
cooperation with the white commis
sion, Col. D). R. Coker of Hartsville
Chairman, was given instructions by
Col. Coker and urged1 to go immedi.
ately to work andl prevail upon oui
peCople to plant plenty of foodstuffs
econlomizAe andl act at once. A chair.
man for each county was appointet
andl instructedl to wvork in cooperatioi
with the white people and farm dem.
onstra tion agents, wvhite and colored
Mr. Sparks, 'secretary of the commis.
sion, wvith head-quarters in The Stat<
Company's building, Columbia, S. C.
is rend(y to give information to coloret
county chairmen. Trhe time to (10 ef
feetive wvork is short. Colored peopk
should call meetings nad organize or
or before April 28th. Here is a
chance .for every colored leader
preacher and teacher to showv his'in
terest. in his people. Trhere is nc
money for the leaders in this move
ment, as I know of, andI nobody is
promlised( any money, but every negrc
that - is interestedl in his race has a
chance now to showv hImself loyal by
giving voluntary andI grateful 8ervice.
'rhe white farmers can (10 a great
work by giving. instructions to the
coloredl people and (disseminating the
information they get in the communi
ties where they live. The colored
preachers wouldl do well In the few~
remaining Sundays in this month tc
preach the "full gospel".--salvation of
soul andl body.
The Newberry patriotic meeting on
the 17th was the best I know of and
the most effective a fr.-echn.
Th hie aIfners OAixte to' tit~l~
house the day: of .t yeei
jnb the colored fbrmere to h the
speeches on Preparedness. I heeieve
that thq Niegroes "in each ounty in
the State. will seo more clearly tliek
duty .f the Newberry example is fol
lowed. Every Negro, preacher, teach
er and pastor should get busy with
pen and tongue.. Whatever time I
have to give to this work,I am giving
free of charge andf I am not asking c
anybody, to do what I am not doing.
If anyone wishes so to do, come to my
place in Kandalltown when I am at
home and you will see that I am prac
ticing what I am preaching along this
line, I leave on the' 28th for Alabama
to spend one week and I am urging
our people between now and that time I
to get busy and plant every vacant t
lot in something to eat for man and
Richard Carroll, I
-Chairman Negro Civic Preparedness
Commissiory for South Carolina.
MINISTER IN RAGE SLAYS
TWO WOMEN AND SELF
Yor.kers, N. Y., April 22.-Because r
his wife and mother-in-law persisted
in upholding the kaiser, while he
stood up for America, in a war argu
ment that lasted all night, Rev. Rob
ert F. Berry, pastor of the Congrega
tional church in the Bronx Manor sec
tion of Yonkers, today shot and killed
He wounded his sister-in-law, who r
escaped by feigning death, and then h
he committed suicide.
The clergyman left a note bearing
only two words, "insane Prussians."
The note arid revolver were found be
side his body.
Over the porch of the clergyman's
home where the shooting occurred,
there floated the Stars and Stripes b
as the three bodies -lay within.
Three young children, daughters of
the clergyman and his wife, were in
their room. Their father made no
attempt to harm them. Only two
hours after the time of the tragedy,
Rev. Mr. Berry, was to have officiated
at the regular Sunday services in his
The police obtained their explana
tion of the tragedy from Miss Caro
line Bahr, Mr. Berry's sister:in-law.
Mrs. Caroline Bahr, 72 years old, mo
ther of Miss Bahr and Mrs. Berry,
was the other victim of the tragedy.
Quarrel Over War.
Miss Bahr, according to the Police
Captain' Brady, said that Mrs. Bahr
was born in Germany and, with her
daughter, Mrs. Berry, was strongly
pro-German. Ever since the United
States entered the war, she said,
Berry and his wife and his mother
in-law have had repeated and heated
arguments over the war question,
with the clergyman always taking the
attitude taht America was right.
Saturday night, according to Miss 0
Bahr, the argument became unusual
ly bitter and the two women and the
clergyman staled up almost all night, S
heatedly discussing the war. Berry
was greatly excited over the argu
ment, she said, and hen he finally (
endedl it he went to sleep wvith his
youngest daughter, Eva.
This morning Rev. Mr. Berry open
edl the dloor of the bedroom and step- (
pedI in, with a revolver in his hangs. n
He fired at his mother-in-law first. lh
The' bullet struck her in the mouth,
killing her instantly.
,The other women ran into the hall.
Berry caught his wife and fired a bul- (
let into her head. She dlroppedi de~ad.
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Liss Bahr grappled with him for the
evolver, but he fired, the bullet strik
ng her hand. She dropped and he
vidently thought- he had killed her.
1s she lay on the floor, he killed him
elf. Then she got up and ran scream- -
.ig from the house.
Mr. Berry was 45 years old and:
ad been a clergyman for 20 years.
le was a leader in patriotic move
ients and was the head of the local
ome guard, which he helped to orga
Killed by Followers.
Havana, April 22.-Gen. Gustave
abellero, last of the important re
el chief.s, is dead, the victim of a
ullet fired by one of his followers
ho tried to free him. The general,
aptured in Neuvitas, was being tak
n from that town to Camaguey by
is captors when the train was at -
Rcked by rebels. One of the assail
nts' shots, aimed at a soldier guard
ng Caballero, killed the latter in
Demand Ireland's Freedom.
New York, April 22.-A demand
hat the United States exact imniedi
te independence of Ireland from
reat Britain as a condition to fur
her participation in the war is con
ained in resolutions adopted by the
Jnited Irish American societies to
ight. The resolutions will be for
yarded to President Wilson and the
iembers of congress.
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