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Secretary Lansing Declines to Make
JENKINS CASE INVOLVED
Report That Mexican Authorities
Have Been Instructed Not
to Molest Him.
Washington, Nov. 18.--The v hole
Mexican situation, including the arrest
of William 0. Jenkins, Amierican con
sular agent at Puebla, andl oil legis
lation (vas discussed today by Presi
dent Wilson's cabinet, but if any de
(ision was reached it was not made
Secretary Lansing, who persided, re
.fused to say what took place, but
Secretary Glass said the government
apparently was unable to "fu~d out
anything" about the Jenkins case.
Some time after the cabgiet ad
journed the State Department an
nounced that the acting minister of
Mexican foreign affairs had informed
the American embassy at Mexico City
that the State authorities at Pueblo
had been instructed not to molest Jen
kins, who previously had reported that
he wvas being restricted to his home
To abort a cold
and prevent corn
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain..
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
things that yoi
Coats priced f
For Women an<
S on Men's, Women';
that we have no rc
>y the State officials.
The foreign minister's actibn fol
owed delivery of a protest from the
state Department, sent after Jenkins
vas arrested but just what it would
mount to was not made clear. Jen
in is awaiting trial on charges of
ollusion with the bandits who kid
taped and held him for $150,000 ran
om. .Me'ntime the State Department
s a\vaiting additional reports before
aking further action.
The Great Lakes String' Quartet,
which entertained President and: Mrs.
N'ilson on .two voyages across -the
A tlantic on the U. S. ,S. George Wash
ngton, is appearing in chamber
nusic recitals under Redpath man
igement this season.
Trho quartet was organizedl at Great
makes Naval Training Station, Great
aikes, Ill., where all the members of
he organization belonged to the
same company and regiment. By
pleciaI permission of the ,Navy Do
>artmlent the quartet made a coast
o coast tour of the .United States in
>ehalf of the Navy Relief Society, the
mntire proceeds going to the relief of
~amilies and deopendlents of sailors
The organiza tion applearedl ini the
ending universities, educatiomil and
nusical centers of America amnd its
~ame grew rapidlly. The tour had pro
ressed wvell into the Eastern cities
yhen, by special request of the See
'etary of the Navy, the quartet wvas
>rdered to accompany Presidlent WVil -
ion on his first trip) to France.
Mlany programs were given b~y the
nemibers of the .quartet on board the
P~resident's ship, the U. S. S. George
NVash ington, for the Presidential
)arty, and their art was highly reco
nmnended by the President. The miem
>ers'made six transatlantic trips on
he George Washington betwveen
America and France.
-After the P'resident landed in
F'rance on his first voyage they made
wo voyages to A merica and return.
')n those voyages they playedl for the
~housands of wounded In the ship's
lospitals, performing five to six
This company will be here Mon
lay night December lat. in the School
Auditorium, under the auspices of the
Board of Trade.
Cheyenne, WySo., Nov. l8.-West.
ound Union "acific passenger train
N4o. 19 (the Lo~s Angeles Limited) was
held up tonight and passengers rob
bedi between Medicine Blow andl Rock
river. The train robber, who operated
single-handed, is believed to be Wil
liam Carlisle, escaped train bandit, for
ings to M
gone through eac
2 need right now,',and
at $18.50, other $25
I Children at very - 1 S1
3 and Children's Shoe
om to list. Come to
- AGAINST A NEW
Reports From HeaJth Au
thorities Every Where
Urge Strict Preven
"Let every man, woman and child
prepare against an attack of the 'Flu'
during the comling winter, for its re
currence seems almost inevitable, and
only the utmost precaution, can pre
vent a repetition of the dreadful epi
demic that cost more lives than the
wva - did "is the warning issued by Dr.
R: L. Eaton, of A tlanta, Georgia.
Repeated warnings have been issued
through the public press, in an effort
to forestall, if possible another out
break of Spanish Intluenza. 'rho win
ter just ahead wvill no doubt, accord
ing to some of the best medical au
thorities in the Country, bring on In
tlienza with its direc conseouences.
A ragged constitution wvith every
organ functioning prope'rly, will thro y
off the germs of this droede e5pidemi
If you are rnd~own, weak, nervous,
hilonis, head-achy. or subject to any of
the hundreds of diseaises that originate
in) ai disordered( stomach, liver kidneys,
yout may1~ become an easy v ictim to In
fluenzha, Rheumatism, LaGrippe, Chills
and Fever, or the many adients that
aref prevalent in winter time.
Start now and build u~I a . srong
rugged constitution that will resist
teattack of these'~ diseasI'.
E'l Vitgor is a dloctor's preseriotion
des(5io.nd for th treatment of d isor
,)prs of the' blood, liver stomach. an
k idne1va, atilnd udeds have testifie
that it nrioduces the umost gratifying
E'l Vti'ror is sold in Mannmlg by~ Tlhe
Claireridon Drug Co.
since Saturday. A spiai l tr ain'carry;
iny a posse was rushed from CTheye
nine to the scene,
Carl isle esca ped Saturday from
prison at Rawlinis where he' wats serv
ing ?A term for robbery of three Union
Pacific trains in 1910. ie got out of
the prison by concealing himself in
a box of shirts.
A man answering the description of
(Ca rlisle was reported riding the rodis
of anm eastbound passenger train at
Rock Springs this morning. It is be
lie'vedi Carlisle was concealed on this
train when it passed through Wamn
sutter, Wyo., this morning at the
same tinme a po'ose was dot raining at
the WVamisutter deamot.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonid
restoresm vitality and energy' by purifying and en
ricing t he bloodL You can soon feel Its Strenmth.
ejj~ nh lvdoratingl Etifrt Pre l )(A..
ear for Men, Women and
idren, this Week.
h department of our store, and selected special items of
have priced them at a very substantial saving.
Women's Suits Women's Dresses
.00 value at $18.50. Other $25.00 values at $17.50 Other
ts Priced Dresses
$17.50 to $75. $12 to $50
Special Priced Boy's Suits
n's Suits and Overcoats. In Worsted and Serge, $6.98
1 Special Suit, $25 to $35.
necial Priced Overcoat at $17.50, Other Suits and Overcoats at $18
worth $25. to $45.
. Many other bargains for you in our other Departments -,
the Store that shows the new things first.
Sumter, S. C.
Prices are advancingin all lines
daily. You may save some money
by selecting your gifts now. We
are offering special values in
Rings, Diamonds, Watches, Lodge
Emblems and High-Grade Luggage.
If you are interested in saving
money it will pay you to come
and see us.
Sumter, S. C.