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IBIOR PARTY IN MEXICO
JOINS REBEL [ORCEI
Anti-Carranza Movement Expected t
Gain Support of American
Federation of Labor.
'WORKINGMEN ARE ARMING
M Wrlo4 -re.'o re in Stu
gle, I'orgetting Plersonal Rn:or
Says Labor Chief.
Augua Prieta, Sonora, May 2.-(B
dhe Associated Press.)-Confirmatio
oF widespread reports of anti-Ca
ranza labor (movements throughou
. Meico and the declaration that th
Anmrican Fedcration of Labor is e
pevltred to give its suppprt to the mov(
mt were made by Juan Rico, pres
devrit of the Linotype Union of Mexic
and secretary of the executive boar
01 the Mexican Labor Party here t(
Accordin gto Senor Rico, the Amer!
-caCn Federation of Labor will vouc
for the fact that the movement is nc
a "Bolsheviki uprising" but a legit!
matte attempt to achieve industrit
freedom in Mexico. Mr. Rico insiste
th-M. a statement from the America
fedh-ratioi could be expected shortli
'NO. G: DINKINS
MANNING, S. C.
DuRANT & F4LLERBE
. Attorneys at Law
MANNING, S. C.
0 O. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Bryai
PURDY & O'BRYAN
'Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
MANNING. S. C.
Attorney at Law
MANNING. S. C.
Uoans Negotiated on Real Estate
MONEY TO LOAN
!-) XReal Estate-Small and Larg
Loans. Long Terms.
J. W. WIDEMAN
MANNING. S. C.
U. C. CURTIS,
MANNiNG, S. C.
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(grecatAst security tinde'r all r', I on-litInnu
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tires iuis t eet alu 1( pr
serve you best-thec Leed
muin udicage a co
despite reports that- the organization
originally aidec in bringing about ree
ognition of President Carranza.
Nuitber Nearly 10,000
Outlining in a written statement
D the progress of the movement of date,
Senor Rico said in part:
"o far the armed forces -of work
ingmen number nearly 10,000. The'
labor party has sent its delegates to
the various States of Mexico to spread
s "In Vera Cruz, Samuel 0. Yudico
and Eulalio Mnrtenez have organized
their forces and invaded the State of
Y Puebla, uniting with Ceolestino Gasca
and Eduardo Rogliguez and taking
,/Zacapoaxtla and Aiozoc.
t "In Zacatecas, Eduardo Moneda and
e Tomas Leal arose in arms with the
peasants of Rio Grande. Fernando
Rodarte and Reynaldo Cervantes Tor
res have taken up arms in Villa Garcia
o and 'Biimbaltes Zacatecas. Jose L.
Cortes and C. Perez'ruiz have revolted
with forces from San Pedro de Las
Colonias. Ricardo Trevino is working
with the Mexican mining union of
t Join Labor Party.
- "With us, we have the movements
l in Yucatan and Tabasco, which de
I cided to join us in Zacatecas in the
a first convention of the labor party,
ilLareh 10. In Tamaulipas our breth
ren has listened to the national call
and have joined in considerable num
bers the, forces of Arnulfo Gomeb, a
son of Sonora, 'who revolted from Car
ranza with 3,000 men.
"In I:, n-ral all the workers of the
country, in the struggle forgetting,
in the fo:, of the common interest, all
- Sent . ~'i.o announced that the sec
ond congress' of the Pan-American
Federation of Labor and the regional
congress of .!e' ean workers sched
uled to mee' 'n Mexico City, July 12,
would con- ne vither in Havana or
Panama q i ihat date. The chalige of
1 place was ilade necessary by the sit
uation existing in Mexico, he ex
JUAREZ IN HANDS
OF SONORA FORCES
.El Paso, May 3.-Juarez tonight is
in the hands of the Sonora revolu
tionists. The revolution was peace
able and its announcement by Gen. J.
Gonzalo Escobar was accompanied by
a popular celebration. The Obregon
Junta from El Paso crossed to Juarez
A telegram from Consul .1- B. Stew
art in Chihuahua City to American
Consul Dow in Juarez, sent by way
of Dbuglas, Ariz, tonight said that
that the district surrounding . the
state capital is quiet and all Amenri
cans .afe. The telegram added that
Parral and Cusihuirachic, two impor
tant mining towns, are i nthe hands
of Tires for Thre
roc~k mnotor in a tourintg car ; 2
!)ll in the cylinders thani in the
st he met dlifferently. Th'lat is i,
j)es of tires for three kinds gi f
your. purpose is the one biml.
.Il survey the coniditio is your
'eribie the Lee Tire that will pr
TFiro that will give you mnaxi
I'S IMPRINTI o
EN H A RDWA REF C(
Af the rebels. Ameinjvand th06 de
safe and operations of the mines and
smel.ters were not interrupte4 when
the change of government occurred,
Mr. Stewart. said.
Military'men in the mining districts
controlled by- the rebels have an
nounced that foreigners will be per
initted to continue to reside there and
will be giveri complete protection. All
foreign residents are being treated
with utmost. donsideration, Mr. Stew
Following the fighting for posses
sion of the state capital, the rebel
commanders forbade looting, released
all political prisoners and announced
that Mexican? and foreigners alike
would not be molested- if they main
taned absolute neutrality, Mr. Stew
General Elias P. Calles and Gov
ernor Adolfo De La Iluerta of Sonora
are expecte dhere tomorrow to take
charge of the situation. Earlier in the
day it had been announced that the
Juarez revolt had no connection with
the Sonora movement but this was
FIRE IS CHARGED
TO MAY DAY PLOT
San Antoyio, Texas May 2.-Fire
stated by military authorities to have
been of incendiary origin, (lid dama'ge
estimated at $500,000 in an ordnance
riepartment'warehouse at Camp Tra.
vis, near here today. Rifles machine
guns, automatic rifles 'and revolvers,
Lrench knives of various types, all
new equipment and valued at $700,000
were stored in the building, but much
.f this stock was safely removed.
With the approach of May day, a
wvarning to guard against possible
slots to destroy the camp was passed
smong officers, firemen and military
iolice, it was reported at the camp
The blazo apparently started under
icath the buildirg, it was said. J. L.
Flogan, chief of the camp fire depart
nent, said he passed the building on
in inspection of the guard twenty
ninutes before the alarm was turned
n andi saw no evidence of fire at that
.EN. WOOD LEADS IN
BY LARGE MAJORITY
Baltimore, May 3.--Practically
complete returns tonight from todays
Presidential primary in Maryland
gave Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood 14,663
votes to 7,113 for Senator Hiram
Johnson, a majority for the soldier
candidate of 7,550. Gen.- Wood car
ried all the counties but Allegheny
and Washington, Johnson's major
ity in the former county was 1,000.
There was no Democratic contest
and the State's delegation will go to
San Francisco uninstructed.
all kids ot road . elcodt1
. tl)pntropof 'Te on y
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Tor trein,ttgi servionn
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les--bl owouitiO,5. road seaain
The Lee Fabrdc
Ao hukyliro thatc fItmen rad
codtion s and sinvahtribly ttire.
tci aiy -hure t from teiin toa tred
d-looky ande at goodas iet oks
,raizedl, wit miles of extra servico.
RUSSIA SYMPHONY. ORcIES.
TRA 01F. sIXT1E PIECES
Under Personal Direction of
TWO I EJNlNG PERVO'
der the Direction of Mrs.
SOwmQ S: PAUL COSTELLO, T
A r6 musical treat for 4outh Car<
6lina Musical Association makih
Season Tickets (Th
- Advance IReservi
South Carollina Muhsth
United States Senator John'Walter p
Smith, Democratic incumbent, was o
unopposed for renomination in the A
Congressional primary, and Ovington ii
Weller, of Baltimore County, the Re- e
publican Senatorial candidate, also d
had 110 opposition. n,
"CLOSED SHOP" APPROVED - c
Atlantp, May 2.-Resolutions ap
proving the stand of the building
trades unions here for a "closed shop'
were adopted at a mass meeting call
ed here today b ythe Atlanta Federa
tion f Trades. t
About 600 workers i nthe building b
trades here already are out, union men
claimed, because of their refusal to
agree to an "open shop" contract, and
at the meeting today a committee was
apopinted to may out a financial pro
gram and formulate a plan of action
to carry on the fight for the closed
Speakers declared that the banks 1.
were behind the fight being made by
i employers here for an open shop and
union men were urged .to withdraw 1
their accounts from banks and not to Id
fort but 1
] make tou
CAROLINA MUSIC FES,
'I'll EATRE,. CAM P JACKSON. COLd
MAY 14th anI 15th.
RMANCES AT 8:30, MATINEE SAT
PHONY ORCHESTRA 0
S OF 250 TRAI1ED VO:
It. HI. Bellamsann of the Vol(%- DeIm1,
enor; EMMA ROIDEIRTS. Contralto;
lina mutiie lovers. A special advan(a
ig possible the extremely low prk-ic
rce Perfornances) $2 to $.'. Single
ktions for Out-of-Town Patrous Now
F. L. BROWN, Manager. Columbia, 8
al Association, Coluimlbia, S. 1., E. 0
atronize firms that advocated th
pen shop. The Department of Justic
.ttorney General Palmer, Wall stree
iterests and other forces were point
I to by some speakers as seeking t
estroy unions. Speakers also de
ounced the sentiment expressed in
3ries of advertisements against th
osed shop now being pIblished h
.tianta papers by the employers' as
NATION IS IN MOURNING
Stockholm, May 2.-The entire na
ion has been plunged into mournin
y the death yesterday of Crow
rincess Gustave Adolph, of Swedet
aughter of the Duke of Connaught.
The official report of the physician
rho atbended the Crown Princes
ives the cause of death as gener
lood poisoning. She had suffere
rom inflammation of the car,. whic
ecessitated an operation last Decern
er and this was followed by maxi
Erysipelas developed around tI
ight car Friday but the Crow
Irincess still appeared to be in r
10 Pounds Heavier Than th-e Touring Ce
Triplex Sprurigs with Comfort of Heayy
IUMMER EVEN.INGS so
ist pometimes lilows-or rain
y76chances with weather.
Especially wonrien's clothes,
't it good sensd to buy a S
f a collapsible to' which you
Land Four-Door \Sedan pros
it top with grea~er coolnese
as windows give fou control
jever cut off your vision. Tr
rin'g easy. Light weight provi
y, $985; Roadster, $985: Coupe, $1525;:
art.ico f..o. b. Toledo, subject to change withoul
Mannin, S. C.
LENotiA SPA.IuiS, 80oraii.
EMA iOiERITS. Contralto.
M IIA, S. C.
lt1DAY, 15th, AT 3:30.
V 60 PIECES
(ment of Chlicorn College.
LENOR A SPARIKS, Soprano.
g1-ceous contract by the South Car
for seats and seasoi tickets.
ieats $1 to $2.50.
3 The Crown Princess was able to be
3 up Saturday morning but' suffered a
t sudden change for the worse and died
- within a few hours. Weakness of the
heart, augmented by the Crown Prin
- cess's expectant motherhood was given
i as the contributing cause of death.
METHODIST BISHOPS MEET
Des Moines, May 2.-Declarations
against "lawlessness, confusion and
anarchy and devotion to orderly gov
ernment" were expressed today at the
Methodist Episcopal Quadriennial con
ference in the addresses of thirty-four
bishops, delivered by- Bishop William
F. McDowell, of Washington. Prin
ciples for which the church should
stand were set forth in the address.
s DRAINAGE WORK-SOUTH
Bids desired until May 21, 1920 by
Clarendon County Drainage District
No. 5, Clarendon and Williamsburg
Counties, South Carolina. Eleven
miles of ditches to be constructed.
e 163,000 cubit yards of earth to be
excuvated. $36,000.00 worth of bonds
for sale in said District. Contractors
o and bond buyers communicate with
). W. McKenzie, Manning; S. C. 2t-c
r. "i1dea on
rides a thick
in hot sun. -
of your corn-I
des economy. -