Newspaper Page Text
rule II;~ r stn
P (government Can Intervene Through
Diplomatic Channels Where
Protection is Not Given
BUT MUST SHOW NEGLECT
Former Mexico City Banker Charges
Corruption Among Leaders of the
Washington, Nov. 12.--Secretary
of State Lansing answered today the
criticism that has been directed
against the Government .in connection
with the case of William O. Jenkins,
the American consular agent, who
was recently kidnapped at Puebla by
Mexican bandits, and a former state
ment of the Government's attitude on
Mexican responsibility. Secretary
'The newspapers in connection with
the Jenkins kidnapping case made it
appear that I had said that Americans
in Mexico had no greator rights to pro
tection than Mexicans. I regret that
the context of my comments wdre not
g jiven in ful because it would have
shown that I was referring to a con
dition in which the Mexican authorit
ies had employed every means which
theyspossessed or should have posses
sedl to protect the lives and property
of aliens in any Miexican community.
!V the authorities failed to provide
p means of protection or to use such
means the statement attributedl to me
would not apply.
"Tlo avoid being misunderstoodl as to
this G;overnment's interpretation of
the~ rule of international law on the
And all dther ii
AMELS supply cigarette conten
. you ever experienced I You r
bodied mellow-mildness; sue
avor and coolness. rhe more C
reater becomes your delight-Can
ette revelation !
verything about Camels you find
eir quality-to the expert blend
ioice Domestic tobaccos.
ou'll say Camels are in a class by t
lade to meet your own personal t
reedom from any unpleasant cigar
leasant cigaretty odor makes Camel
the most fastidious smokers. And,
>erally as meets your own wishes, ft
a package cigarette s
Camels so att
ize that the v
and do not ex
. rette in the ,
jJf? - Camels are sold
ages (200 '',la
this carton or
or when you tra
subject of responsibility' on the part
of Mexico for the safety of Ameri
cans in that country I make the fol
"While in general there is presum
ed to be no difference between the
rights of aliens and the rights of na
tives to be treated fairly and justly
under local laws and by the local au
thorities, nevertheless should the op
eration of the local laws or the act:
of commission or omission by loca
authorities result in injustice to Am
ericans or lack of adequate protectior
of their lives or property, it is the
privilege, as well as the right, of this
Government, under international law
by diplomatic intervention to see t<
it that justice is accorded to its citi.
zens and their rights given propei
"The reason for this is that, when E
condition of political ueest and law.
lessness exists, such as obtains in cer.
tain parts of Mexico, aliens being de
nied proper protection by the author.
ities must rely on their Government
operating through dliplomatic chan.
nels, to obtain statement and thi
basis of the policy followed by this
Government, though it is necessarils
subject to modification in particulai
"It should be borne in mind, how.
ever, that the accep~ted law andl prac
tice of nations is that, as a rule, i
must be shown that a foreign govern
meat is resp~onsible fo injustice dIom
to aliens or that its constituted author
ities are negligent in protecting theit
lives and prioperty before liability i:
Testimony on financial asp)ects 01
the Mexican revolution wvas placed he.
fore the sub-committee o fthe Senat<
Committee on Foreign Relations thai
laterial Needed ii
Sumter, S. C.
tment beyond anything
ever tasted such full- -
1 refreshing, appetizing
amels you smoke the
eels are such a ciga- -
*@i ; .&
so fascinating is due to -
Af choice Turkish and
aste in so many ways! r
etty after-taste or un
you smoke*Camels as
>r they never tire your "
tre always keen for the
tisfaction that makes .
ractive. Smokers real- :.:+
alue is in the cigarettes '
pect premiums or cou- . O
imels with any ciga- ....
world at any price ! 7. i"
everywhere in scientifically =
of 20 cigarettes or ton pack. Y
ettes) in a glassine-paper. . ;: *, *,.
We strongly recommend - "' U
the home or office supply
ye!. P -it
S TOBACCO COMPANY -
on-Salem, N. C. ?. y
is investigating the Mexican situation c
today by William B. Mitchell, former
manager of the Bank of London and f
Mexico, in Mexico City. Mr. Mitchell s
was examined in New York a few v
days ago, and the testimony was filed i
with the committee today.
Mr. Mitchel testified that just be
fore the Government of F"rancesco I.
Madero was overthrown Carranza had
threatened a revolt against Madero, 1
I because of the Carranza account for
large sums of money which he had re- i
ceived as Governoir of Coahuila. The
funds had been furnished for the pur- t
pose of raising State troops. Ernesto
Madero, uncle of the President, and I
Minister of Finance, told the witness,
according to the testimony, that he 1
had received a telegram from Car
ranza threatening to start a revolu- i
tion if the accounting was Insisted up
"My personal opinion is," said the 1
tary "My personal opinion is." said 1
witness, "that the majority of mili
tary men that have sul-pprted Car-.
ranza and are. still supporting him do
not wish the state of turmoil to cease,
because if such happened a great parti
of their income would top, as is known
-and has been even pointed out in the I
Mexican can newspapers that back
up or are in favor of C'arranza."'
-In connect ion with the financial and l
industrial situation in Mexico, Mr.:
Mitchell testified that when [Diaz re
signed the presidlency of Mexico he
left 63,000,000 pesos, ($31,500,0000)
'in the treasury, that when Nladlero was
outsed two years later there were be
tween three and four hundlred thou
'.sand pesos, that in the meantim I
-there had been no pmublic works as1
Diaz had ereated, and that since the
accession of Carranza no) publ1ie works
1 your Building
Do not allow the
poisons of undigested
food to accumulate in
your bowels, where they
are absorbed into your
systenm. indigestion, con
stipation, headache, bad
blood, and numerous
other troubles are bound
to follow. Keep your
system clean, as thous
ands of others do, by
taking an occasional dose *:.
of the old, reliable, veg
etable, family liver medi
Mrs. W. P. Pickle, of
Rising Fawn, Ga., writes:
"We have used TIhed
ford's Black-Draught as
a family medicine. My
mother-in-law could not
a take calomel as it seemed
too strong for her, so she
used Black-Draught as a
mild laxative and liver
regulator .. . We use it
in the family and believe
it is the best medicine for
the liver made." Try it.
Insist on the geniine
Thedford's. 25c a pack
f any magnitude have been carri<
n. In fact, he said, the steel woi
f the great legislative palace
texico, put up by Diaz was now beir
orn lown and sold.
WITH LIVE STOC
Farm .labor often may be saved 1
sing live stock to harvest and ma
:et part of the crops. By pasturir
orage crops, and feeding down gra
rops, much labor can be saved.
Hay must be secured for wint<
eeling, and grain for home use ar
eed, but on many farms a conside
ble acreage may be turned direct
nto beef, pork and mutton.
Pasturing off the crops also hell
o maintain the' fertility of the s(
vithout extra labor or expense.
The keeping of farm animals fu
iishes profitable work during ti
vinter when other work is less pres
nf, and when they require most cai
l'his distributes remunerative lab
hroughout the year more evenly the
itlerwise would be possible.
-arm Animals as Harvest Hands.
Live stock, properl ymanaged, w
telp the overworked farmer to harve
ome of his crops profitably, thus sa
ig man labor (luring the busy sea
ins. In return, the care of the your
tock furnishings profitable emplo
nent for the farmer and his hir
elp, if he has any, during the wi
er and early spring, when work
lack. This not only saves much m!
ahor during the busy season, b
qual izes the labor throughout the di
Whetn sufficient fairrt labmor is n
iva ilable to ha rvest all the crops, li
toeik off'er a pro fitablet method
ak ing care of' the surpl us hay am
ra in biy pasturing themt. Tlhe fat
onials not only harvest them eben'i
y. h'zt wvh hil iine so make profitali
~ains atnd help to matintain soil ft
lit y. Instead of cutting t he enti
'lover or other hay eron
somie of it sav es much Ihor1~.
The cash retu11rns fromti the h;
itrtvestedi byV thei, live stocuk are u
tally folly equital to tho se' reeti v
wvhen the hay is harve''ne I by lhm
Waste or jio or rye, whe'at. t s atI
mr ley miay lbe hoggedl downi to exci'
-'t adv'.anatage. Corni and on aure x<
w'ans are harvested scte-osfully I
togs antd sheep, and to soome extent 1
afttle. If is usually cutstomary
etnce ofY' part of' a totn tiel by
niovalelt f'ence , antd after one~t stri P
leanetd up, to i nclose aniotheit
'letity of' watet' atid a littl' salt mt
ecessarty for the grteat est iompro v<
en'tt of the Ilive' stock.
(1tromi the UJ. S. litep:t i t <
I. Onet of the chief aiivantthi
n keeping ca tte Ila that thevy assi m
litte large qutant ities oif troughage at
v'aste feeds andl (arryv tttt to tma rI
hetist'lves in a moe cotntitt ta0
ottm. The farmrai' ~itms '.avedt ti1
ahtr of tmartketitig Ihulky feed pi
lutets, and fthe fetility~ rean <
2. Itt t' marketinag iof hay at
tiuyhage therert is at lax~ bi ul k
unt lIe andl haul toi the poitof.
vr.This mueatns muh exrinh
t li thnitett andttilu 1 'tacn at
'iTip ftras, atnd il chttl fort lit V
akleni off' whlich tinighut' el e til
lit fiehils if' theit protduct s were fe'd1
3. The keeping of farm anima
furnishes profitable work during t1
winter, when other work is less pros
This distributes remunerative lab
P ing and when they require most eoa
throughout the year more evenly the
otlerwise woul be possible.
4. Younger stock require considc
able care and attention, but usually
a season when the farmer has litt
else to (1o. The farmer can well it
ford to do extra work for them in l
"inter, as these same animals will a
I I sst in harvesting his crop later.
5. The breeding of animals pla
n important part in producing
carcass of high quality. Selectie
long-continued care, and intellige
feeding wil lproduce meat of desi
6. The cheapest meat : farmer ci
i;-ie is the product of his own fart
This is also true of the suburban
town farmer who fattens on,
Logs on kitchen and true .a
7. A hog in med ium c( ditio
gaining rapidly in \veight, yields t
L.est quality of meat. Do not kill
I hog that is losing flesh. A reaso
We have just received 0t
situ from 1-8" to 4" in Galva
Also have received large shit
-te two or three earloads of I
823 West Gervais St.
We also have Lo
ing. We ship promDIp
or too large for our
n Write us for pri
is71 "X T I
MPhone No. 56
tifs ito the select
til hought,~ te tehol
R lae I 1l811 I i S Stor'e ft
WH EN YOU THINK 0
Is L.ble amount of fat give, juicim.-ss anl
le fit.vor to the meat, but Iarge amounts
s- of fat are not e"ssential.
0-G. A. C':tr iwtell.
>r Agricultural and industrial Arnt.
i' Atlantic ('oast Limi . ! 1.:1. \W .
mington, N. C.
IV No) trespassing; or huntti b . .r~d
on the following tracts of Ianl: A lo.
Ju farm, Spigner farm, Mon0gomer1y.
Daniels ani 1)utant lands, I.evi au.1 t
Spigner lands, Tindal pla c, L.evi
a iros. and Epps lands, Webb place,
n, Alpelt and I'luwden piane and E. R.
Plowdeun place. All in Frik ,f
i lack R iver.
i"_ .1. c11 GRAilA.
to ] \\' :\ luleracnit Sons (n..
, No Wornis in a Healthy Child
All children trpuhled with worms have an o
- healthy color, which indicates ior blood, and a: ,c
rule, there is more or less stomach disturhano
(ROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given reguli sy
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, je
10 prove t he d.gestion, and act as a General Strengtl,
a ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then,
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will h
1- in zerfee' '--alth. Plens"'t to take. 610' per bott l."
uIs of pipe and at pesent hii :.
nlized andi fr-om 14 to " :n11n1
tiet of nih-l'r T iub.lave :1.
ruin in stick. Let iu. hear fro lia vou.
('olumbia, S. C.
M: t::tiltiititItl tttittittitittIMiittittita
ur Home People
ir Hides to
le and Ftr Co.
:es Always Paid
ING, S. C.
Siding, Shingles, Lath
ng and Short Leaf Fram
Lly and no order too small
ers and Retailers.
Sumter, S. C
need( not be elabhoratIe
ore is t he lptlTifnn
ghtful care'( t ha en
on of it.
li -01 eect10
/WERV- THJNP( OF
aZ~ a a\