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VOL. 1, NO. 73.
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?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914.
PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL
HOPE HAS FLOWN
JUDGE GOFF DENIED NEW
TRIAL FOR CONDEMNED
MUST DIE MONDAY
Unless Glyn? Commutes Sentence
To Life imprisonment The
Gangsters Mast Go
(Cy Associate^ Pres?)
New York, Apr? II.-The last hope
' of the four gunmen condemned to dio
Monday tor tho murder oC Herman
Rosenthal, the gambler, seemingly was
blasted .tonight - whin Supr imo" Court
Justice John V/. Goff, to whom a Anal
. Appeal tor a. now trial bad been made,
declined to reopen their eas?..
'Al a prolonged hearing today, Jus
tice Goff, who wes Gio presiding judge
at th:? gunmen's trial, listened to the
testimony Qf now witnesses produced
at the las'-moment by counsel for the
doomed men. Lat;; ia the afternoon,
B*;i;i- District-Attorney Charle3 S,
Whitman ,uad hesn, given bia o'ppor-.
tunlty ?Voffset the newly, offered evi
dent? vstu test?CSy vj wiiuuna-Sft or
his own, \justice Goff took tho case
under advisement, announcing that In
would rfind/r a decision tonight.
For ifibre than four boura tih'e Jus
tice tolled pyo'rjhe record of the day's
fireeedi^t". ' T"^?, Snarlly- beioro ten
o'clock Tito- npi>eared at the door of
his chambers sud- briefly end quietly
announced to the 'Walting crowd -of
nowapaper mon that be had dented the
application ,fOr a new trial, stating
merely tbnt his opinion would be gi?
t'n out as soon as copies of it could be
Prisoners sept lo Ignoran?*,
The prisoners were kept in ignor
of tho progress of th? hearing
before Judge Goff and extracted w?si
comfort they could from this last hope.'
A mj-irlc >tfSH*fete the news
of-Justice OdfTs- adverse decision' WAH
flashed to tho prison, the gunmen were
laughing atad emtttfng freely with Rab
bi Mayer KofetMn, With the Rabbi
seated et * small table near the cells,
the Passpver feast had Just been cali
brated. Tba rabbi explaining the les
sens taught-, by-th 3 feast.
The gunmen tonight asked Rabbi.
-K-Orrt-e'o tc hs 1th IL?tu at tba end. 1
Us ?? death chamber vis
ions at ion waa thc mos? wonderful hs
?*jjj uatrcico'.saa said the men's trans
.ever had experienced.
When they >ent bask to their cells
after buln*: b-thed, und realised thc
Hignificftno> of the i erv prison clothes
and tho- new mattress, a formality
which always pr?c?des the execution,
they showed for the first time what a
. smell, residue of. nervous atr?n?r?h
uw'?? Vnoni from breaking 'down.
They nie? Fainer Cession however,
with tfcelr customary show of spirit.
<\ G. F. Wahle, th* gunmen's attor
ney, was told that th-> application had
boon denied while waiting in ttfe cor
ridors nf lbs Ridge's chambers. He Im
mediately ?eat to his omeo and thrs?
met all t'pe relatives of the four mul
men roust die, both mien and women
ra the crowd brok?? down and wapt.
They alt believed the gunmen would
be grantsd a new trial when tho new
witnesses were heard.
? Judge XV^hlo t?oclcred
' W. Albany , ?as-!? t?v?i*-?
peal to OoVei
?IK? f:hi\fc "??
he would go
i men from
Spieka Pi?ena Arran*?
?i?&^e Meet : Afc
HON. J; A. HUNTER 1
IS MAKING RACE
Geing After the Office of Lseutcn
mm Governor of Sooth Cero
?na, to Win
J. Belton Watson, one of Anderson'?
well ks own citizens and in close touch
with S.ate politics, was in the city
yesterday ?nd said that Hon. J. A.
Hunter of Bambers; had asked bim to
notify the people of Anderson county
th?s M}r. Hunter is In the race-for the
Ionice o* Lieutenant Governor ?nd 1? in
Itt to a finish.Mr. Watson said that
(he had known Mr. Hunter for a lpns:
time and that be considered him one
of tho best politicians'in tba State.'
Mr. Hunter haB been a mern ocr of
the House from Bamberg county for
uome time .and, w*s secretary o*? Vie
recent asylum investigating comm i tte iS.
He baa numbers ot friends in ail paris
of tho State and friends of bis say that
he will put UP a. stiff flgbt for tho
office ^.Lieutenant Governor. ; '
Coluaabtft IVtan Has
?it at Paris
(By Associated Press)
..Parla, April ll.-Extrem? schools
cf painting ate littls in evidence In
tho National Salon of Fino Arts,
principle-.attractions are tho wor*
hy the late Gaston L. Touche.
The picture which draws most at
tention fri?rn oriitr.., i? CTr?CG ????r^
fu8oner*B "Return from the Chase,"
which Ia strong' in composition and
color and almost revolutionary j
Among American exhibitors are
Anne Gotdth waite, ot Akhama- n?_
ward Orenet, of Sanionio, and Freder
ick-Weber of Columbia.
?Green Poad Schoolhouse,"
The. publia ia.4nvtted to attend the
i pier "Under tho Laurels** at Green
Pond schoolhouse next Friday. hight,
April 17. Admission 15 cents. Th?
nroceetis are for benefit of Behool li
nearie? -Soase Statement.,
New TorkrAprll ll.-The Btatcmeut
ot the . actuar condition? of cleArtee
house banks and trust compf alas'WW
?ow.' (Five, days)-',ahow -that' . they
hold ?18,732,1)00 reserve in v?
cese of legal requirements. This is
an .increase of ?8,279,450 from last
Actual conditions: Loans decreased
310,059,000; specific increased $4.824,
000; net .deposits decreased $5,337,000;
circulation decreased $202,000; bah!
h&Jlh roanrva Si. uanlt tiiu ?i J ^
I'ftj^f csr;?iir?-?? cash rc~-~rve in
$69.673.000'; aggvegaiV cash
Ai 1A too rirtrt
Washington, Ar-;J' J1,-North C.-iro
lina-T-or-ai Bains Sunday, Colder in
Interior. Monday probably fsir, gentle
to nigh, shifting breezes fruit: the
ft.lllriiiATOfli ?Al S?^.??
Itnpotiaai Coori Rtuios Makes ?
Several Prisonera EKg%k> j
(By Associated Presa.) 1
? Par. Fr?nCsco Cel., Ar?U U--4S?&f?
decision today of the ?tate supreme t
court, Abraham. Rvmf, former political J
F?-s^ciaco who is i?rvh??i?!
il jv. ? y, becoDi?? eligible [*
:-' ' -: .. '..
by tho state;board>oX:7r<tJon director-* i,
sjfcip-%sj^ grant it. . j
A persistent campaign in behalf oil
fusnt baa h^p\w?sw^ifre?qnt Qi?ll
er.-SSAake^-ed?tbr tho San Frsn* V
cla^a. Bulletin ??ho -was ono of the j'
VILLA TO MEEI
IMPROVEMENT IN MEXICA
! FOREIGN RELATIONS
MUST MA :E REPLY
Vigorous Representations From j
The State Department Have
Not Been Answered
(By Associated PTeas)
El Paso, Tex., April ll.-Much im
provement in tho foreign relations of
tho Constitutionalist provisional gov
ernment of Northern Mexico, it is pre
dicted, will result from the meeting
teed at Chmlhuahua next week
G m eral Venusittno Carranza '
General Francisco Villa:
?pr?sentations of the most vigor
nature have been pouring la on
eral - Carranza at Juarex from
?hiagton since tho expulsion of the j
Spaniards from Torr >on. Carranca,
ll in said, han made no direct replies
Btpf?s?veral of these representations,
I today it was said that the state
nt insisted that definite wnt
r?fn?-m i>e reiuniea. Toe Question
lived deals with the expulsion of
Spaniards, thc confiscation of property ?
land the repr?sent?t ion or tho Uniteil
?Mat?e to deal with Carranza on behalf |
Of other nations.
??:g ?.aijaMiUB aUV?HOTS OX- L
nressed the opinion today that Isldre J
Pahela, acting foreign minister, waa
ill advised in issuing a public state
ment yesterday quoting Carranza as
dlssabafied over the visit of H. C.
Wies, British consul at Bl Paso, an<i
pointing out thal some actions by
other governments would greatly im
prove foreign relations, announced at
Nogales a month or more ago that he j
would insist on each foreign-govern
ment making its Pwp representation
to bim, rather than through the Sta
of Washington, bnt the " Pahela
, item eat wa? interpreted es indicat
ing tne presumption of a stiffer at
tiide by General Carranza.
Carranza has been hadleapped re
cently in dealing with both foreign and
domestic affairs by the disordered con
dftipu at Torre?n aa the natural result
o'-t^O weeks of sever? fhthfc?nir. ia?
HgfiP*Qn -of . th* organi'is.tion
government in South cities recently''
and the f?cl thai ?us know??
'??ge of affairs in the South must come
by telegraphic correspondence.
A heart to heart talk between him
scif aird Vtlia therefore, it is said: ta
looked op with high hQpe by other
leaders. The two have not met since
the Madero revolution, and since that
tinto Villa has risen from the erode
-r at ? amati Dand to thef?gg?
; T,wn Earthqaake ?hocks Felt.
Washington, Apr? ll.-Two distinct
Bar'hquake shocks were recorded to
by instruments st tbs Georgetown
varsity Observatory, the sharpest
ttrring at 12:3i> to 12:41 p. m. The
- ?ui uv? tau
mate of the probable distance to the
center of tho disturbance was given
::alefartzno stakes Closed,
Kafa^taioo. Mich., April ll.-Entries
S^taj-pr* sukes io be given here in
^MbefHpD with the grand circuit
trotting. races, Aaanst IP to 16.
?loa?dfciQday. One huhdrcd. and thirty
Kis -cSiiniiiimia were reported.
VEBNOB AGAI3&T HACES
M>nAe JftoenWtfc Petem!?*d ta
g^.Pat:- tjafetis oe Betting.
^H^Okla., Aj>rli H.-Voder Qt?
^HR Go ye roer Cruce to (dov
IHHpnonneed to begin here to
. e'er tbe auspices of Ute TiUsa
Sg^v?lub, even it the calling oat
^^Mfll.tla were found necessary to
!iuh thrtt p?rpoie? Adjutant
t'ai Canton of th? Oklahoma Na
in*! Guard, Jato today coaferr >d with
; Judge Roe and Captain Gfl
pm .nt the loeaS militia ewnpany.
Ste* neither ho ?or the other eon
rSPwake a atatetoeai. Mean.
h?e povrfnK min atad* lt impos?t*
di. bfl-Start th?'races.
-Tba -. c&nip&i
KW new mern
il fi-B Bl I CPT
OPPONENTS OF REPEAL TO|
BEGIN OPPOSITION IN
A HEATED CONTEST
Every Available Argument Will]
Be Use? t? Have Committee
(By Associated Press)
Washington, April ll.-The heaviest
artillery which opponents of the Pan
ama canal toll exemption for Ameri
can ships' can bring to bear will be
trained against tile administration'?
flat repeal policy beforn the senate
committee on niter-oceanic canals
next week. Bijery possible argument
that can be raised ls to be brought
forward, in the hope of prevailing on
the committee ic mnke an adverse re
port on the bill ?a lt passed the
house, and falling In that, to lny a
foundation for continuing the fight
in the senate Itself.
In addition toxthe general opposi
tion tn ahttftiMt? there ?x;
arguments by. democratic senators
who agree that exemption for Ameri
can nliipr. !s In violation or the Hay
Pauncerote .treaty and that tho gov
ernment should reverse its policy, but
hope the mc-ane of .-brlnclne th IR rasnit
about can bo . tampered with ali
lendment resorting the. sovereignty
thc United States over the Panama
Whatever finny be the report of the
canals comlttoe-and there ?B a pos
sibility that several proposed mea
sures may be reno, ted without recom
mendation-administration and oppo
sition leaders ftcacede that the : first
fight will b? over an effort to amend
thc Sim? bill which passed the house.
Champions of the president's position
luslsat that there will-be no compro
mi?te.ffijsjf"-adhere to their confident
prediction3 thai toll exemption for
American coastwise : ships will be re
.Senator O'Gorman, chairman of the
Inter-oceanlo canals committee, and
leader of democratic opposition to the
repeal, plans to make a forceful ar
gnment before the committee next
week against the administration'? po'
ja the srrounAjf-t'??*-, SSr
. i- r r: . ?i---.*r? his ~?0-!
posed treat; ^u?nia a clause j
vnrrtjwy Coiombioa vessels or war
may have access to the canal free of
The clause ls identical ^ with one tn
a previously negotiated, but never en
forced treats* With Colombia . which
sels, lt ls inconsistent for Orea? Brl
OreatBritain approved. The argu
taln conceded the right of the umta/i
Stated to exempt (^>tomblan_ war ves
sels, i ?a ?Hcousisieot for ,ureai Bri
tain to maintain now that the United
States may not exempt) American
For Militia Officer*
Washington, April IX-Instruction
:amps for medical officers and non
commissioned officers or the sanitary
jorps, organized militia, will be estab
lished this Summer. ** was. announced
tA the war department today, nt thc
following nlac-v eftwig ?thsre:
Fort Myer Va., May 17-23, for officers
of Pennsylvania, Near. Jertey,. Belo
waro. Maryland, virginia, and District
or columbia; Fort ^cPbire^^May
EESsBBBBKV'* C?r???ii?o.incwrsin. rrori
1a, Alabama, MlBtdssippl.
camps will be provided with
: dnental hnapllt?la and Ihr
firmarla*! aaC will Offer every facility
for a thorouch. course of, instruction
In sanitary regulations m the field.
Few Will Have Chance
"Washington, April it.~A~ rainy
sr morning for North'and South
COA Rt and many of the Quit
?XgS*"* ?kies fir ?he remaiis
ie country, vat; "Jas final judg
;nlght of weather bureau fore-,
? - ".iv:
Ccndnlons presaging storm. j Vim
it? .tonight than on Friday,
u to the forecaster's vision., lx>w
iure ??ontinued in
?ootbweatern morai area had
into Eastern Texas. The tm
?ont will come ? day too late,
r the pred^?on ?s for
F?LL ?ND FRUI
HUERTA'S PROMPT APOLOGY
RELIEVED THE TENSE
ARREST OF MARINES
SUte Department Demands That
Further Exile Because of Race
Shall Be Stoppe?!
\ . -_
(By Associated Press)
Washington, April ll.-Tho tense
situation created here by the arrest of
American marines by Mexican autho
rltles at Tampico var greatly relieved
tody with tho receipt of Huerta's
prompt repudiation and apology for
Uie action, forwarded from Mexico
City by Charge O'Shaughnessy. Whllo
no definite statement was obtainable
in official t?reles, lt was Intimated
that tho necessary redress for the af
front had been afforded.
'Reporting developments to the navy
department, Rear Admiral Mayo I?
command of-the American naval force
at Tampico, cabled, that he had do.
ma?oco mat the Mexican commander
salute the American flag within 24
hours in. expiration of the affront.
No further message had come from
Admiral Mayo when the department
Atj?i?i?rtt? B?nyu"? report was~ tor?
whrded ta-.President Wilson at White
Sulphur Springs, - W. Va., where he
ts spending Kastor.
Officials at Ute state and navy de
partments considered Huerta's . state
ment full and- frank. It promised an
immedirte investigation of Coi. III
nojosa's . action In arresting thc ma
rines and parading them publicity
Iwrotigh tho streets, and the official
statement' issued by thc state depart
ment added that General Bpera had
promised . "that If . thO? > in
should develop a greater
ty on * Mttiw?Sw
8e penalty would be-?S
mpetent legal UUtho>ltl?-.
General Huerta's good faith was
tiered, apparently without, reeerva
>n, and it was pointed hut' tha; lt
was but fair to await the result of
Ute promiaed investigation sad discip
line of the Mexican officer responsi
ble for the humiliation
cun navy. The navy department, lt J
2.--J.H V"? i-SUc? i?; ???fi>??.liOaa
tn Rear Adr???r-' Mftyo vir*jr"r
tne withdrawal or* reinforcfciaant of
hi? demand for a salute. ^ - ^f?C?
Officials here are disposed to rely
on that officer's discretion ???d aroi
''0rt?!n that he h-- >-- 1
the unqualified terms of- General
New ' representations from the
Spw???h foreign omce .through Am
bassador winard -i Ms4riQ, nskjig
assistance for exiled Spaniards at SI
Paso, brought forth "the comment that
everything possible Is being done.
Secretary .Bryan again explained that
he had instructed Consular Agent Ca
rothers to demand of General Carra?
as that Ute case of every Spaniard
be considered auparately i
and mat the be nb more uholesalo de
portation becausi o fracc. Mr. Bryon
indicated tbal he would - continue to
nreaa the claims of tho
D?stribated to Veter?,
Raleigh, April ll -J. Bryan
secretary or r?ate, bas just had
ed for distribution th^^C
Inga a pamphlet containing the state |
?os?tifot?cr. tz prc Mi
menu Utat will' be submitted. to tho
voters for ratification at the next gen
eral ejeclon this fall and which wcro
lire topics for discussion In the Pro
gressive Democratic convention Just!
held hero. They pre being sent to J
C'o register* <?? deeds lo ali the conn
ties for general, distrlnuiioh and aro
being circulated n evsfir other way
possible in order that ti.e pehpte may
be fully informed as'to each when the j
time for their ratification hy ballot |
Weil Known llorsemanHck?les.
Sap Francisco, Val.,* Apr. II.-Ed- j
mund Burk, a well known aorseman
?nd owner of several stake rasera,
commuted suicide hero yesterday. He
bsd been suffering severe poins in his
head, the result of an old operation,
ne WM sixty yearn olav
' Beary Haew fcteno IA
Dallas. Texas. Aprft ll.:-A heAvy
snow storm began today
Pea-Handle* the Se-soad ?ft?sia the
week. Rrenorts fro?: West Teas* indi
cated that ? cold wdvn of considerable
intensity wes swot:
Th? Abbevil?e, contaty ,
vention will mart at t :
Saturday and Hunday th* a?hth ' and
tenth ot May. A lt sW$^^3overa1
of. muslo aro cordially invit? to .bei
? Wi?i Sfeet Monday After
noon To Adopt Ordinance
Calling For Election
Mayor Leo G. Holleraan issued a
coll yesterday for toe Anderson city
council to meet in special session Mon
day afternoon for the purpose of or
dering an ?lection for an alderman to
lill out the, unexpired term of L P,
Fouche, formerly alderman /rom v.n'ri
Mr. Fouche resigned al the last
meeting of tho city council on account
of the fact that he wa? leaving the
At last meeting of council the city
a tierney ar ere notified io prepare an
ordinance calling for tho election and
thia will be submitted to the body to
morrow afternoon by G. Cullen Sulli
van. The date for the election will
necessarily be at least 2u days from
Keys Gllmer, one bf Ute best known
young business men of tho city bus
been mentioned aa a candidate for the
position and In all probability he will
make tho race. The tenure of office
for thc new alderman will come to
an end on August 18 when ali of tho
city's officers will again be voted upon.
Foot" hiller Overlooked Ulm.
Shreveport, La,, April ll.-After
making preparations to commit suicide !
by locking himself in. ? ?#w\m .tA?ja?j--j
uv u\i crevices and'turning a gas Jet j
Charles Dills felt a desire for a final
cigarette^ When he struck a mutch to
light the, cigarette an explosion fol
lowed. Bills'went flying through a
w'.Tjdoiw and the house was partially
wt-<u>lr*vl ' un"
?j?irc\n*Tu io me.
./Blind Doctor 8oeee?gfal ta a Test.
! Chicago, April H.-Dr. J. W. Bolo
tin, .a blind mau, has been appointed
lon (or physician of the Tuberculosis
Hospital at Oak Forest H0 obtained
Om place with 6i) candidates compe
ting in the Cook enanty civil service
examination last starch. He scored
95 marks out ot a possible 100.
"The car and hand; direct rna,", said
pr. Bolotln. "I can detent at a mo
ment's notice the slightest defect in
the respiratory organs. I take tem
narature by the touch."
^\Dr. Bolet?n ls itt years old. He re.J
ceived his preliminary education at
the Illinois School for-the Blind ut
Jacksonville He ia a lecturer In the
Ch?cago College of Medicine and Sar
i Her Pet. Claimed, Tries Bate?ta.
Chicago."April U/-Ameline Earde
icbe?, t?? oiciupic? io corami? suicide
?nd beeooV pttaeh*Ml ?."> e|A*5!?=?j
by Its owner. j
Tries te Make Wife Drink Liquor, j
i Gary. Ind., April ll.-Felix Greg-}
cry, a steel worker, was arrested to-j
dey on a charge of trying to force bis J
wife to Join him drinking whiskey
from a bottle that also contained!
? 0B?G FIRMS ARE
io BE ?in
Take Charge of Cosiness To?
morrow and Combined Stores
Beg? This Weak
'A business t&s??s ?coualderable
interest: all over Anderson county
took place yesterday wtien P. B.
drayton, proprietor of Croyton'a Drag
raw?, a popular M^?n street drag
vuweern, pnrtnisincd inp Martin l*ruB '
store from P. D. Martin. This deal
has been underway for the psst two
months but no conclualon waa reach
ed until yesterday. The Consideration
IS not known bat lt is understood that
guite a sum was involved.
-;These two drugs ?tore? are In .ad
joining business and since the pur
chase of-yesterday it Will leave only
one drug store on that aide of North
\ybo taking of stoefc. will be boson
bri the' Martin company MonJay and
will Ive completed ss soon as possible,
at which time Mr. drayton will begin
moving his stock of goods into th*
quarters now occupied by Martin sad
the store room he now oed pies will
probably be offered fer rent.
fir. Grafton bas been in the drug
business In ^Anderson for ir? year* and
U ?lie ?t?o ?ne?v known ?rusgU*?? in
the city. Mr. Marun lus not been
In the bu s ta enacere for each a length
of i time. Hf?judd. yeatesday that he
woeM rew^naWtlfoi dreg bastees*
entirely and devote ail of hm ilma to
tho BTOcery ostanusiiment which he
win open in Worth. Anderson about the
first of nect month.
It ie presumed thal JBr'.- Sam Craig,
now uFBUoisvwi wita ssariins swvtw a?
head prescription clerk will remain
with the new concern.
Mis* ifasel Hill of tftghlano
has returned, to
to-Misa atbiVw,- ? .5
street. , Mike'.HIB- H s sister
J J, Kerri?, who U<w*ll kaewt
TQ BE ABRIDGED
THE CHANGES ORIGINALLY
OUTLINED NOT LIKEL\5 |
TO BE MADE
After Mauny Conferences Dem?
crata and RafHihHc?na Have
Come Jo T-fj-r.
(Hy AHHociated Press)
I Washington, April H.--Anti-triiat
legislation supplementary to the Sher
man Ant probably will not !>e under
taken at,'this session of e an grims on .
the broad scale originally outlined by
the administration. Thia became
known here tonight, democratic sen?
?te arid house loadero agreeing that
practical solution of the problem
io cope with evils of Mg bualnow*
through legislation had been nuggest
' Tho plan it waa.assorted la to pass
on tito hill which would create an in
powers to invest?galo afflrs of cor
poration? and with specific authorise*
(lon to enquire hit otho relation . to
commerce pf interlocking dlrectoratas,
holding company's ?tock watering, the
Issuance of railroad securities* and
privo ?niiM-rinnnniirniB whtcti
destroy competition. Tho commission
would recommend to the nent con?
grass what furthdr truat regulative
l?gislation ls deemed advisable for the
welfare of the country.
Su?n ? culmination of an anti-trust
legislative program originally sug
gested by President Wilson In a spec
ial message to cangros? has been
working out in conference between the
president and senate aid hcuso lead
ers for many weeks. The'task,tenta
tively outlined in bills proposed es
sumed proportions that precluded ita
accomplishment, leader? bo'loved in
view, of other it>&*tat?ve? problems
confronting cotxtthb, and Also because
Mffrmany ronf?ictiag opinion? of mea
in the councils of the dominant party
Ss to Just what should be done.
: After many coherences of democat
lo and republic ,n senators, who ic
turn have conferred with members of
?gs?\, howse intsrstsie co-raraerce end
o?net?t4??ii.-Et ns iii3 Sw??~ ii?ii vrvmXts
? t?^rste?c ired;: csvns?ss.O? Ls*
been drawn, desUjbSdIto take the pta*?
tr? proposed buis to prohibit or re#u
Kate Interlocking directorates, holding
compaules, stock watifrlne; to provide
for government raguUtlun of tbe_Jfc
?nance of n?iir^uu Be?niruios uOH^B
solio the problem of destruct Ivo W^M
discrimination. It waurn provid- thst
?If tbeee problems be referred t? ?ti*
proposed mterstaie trade commission,
directing oh eabaustivr* study of tb?
(subject for the information of con
Presidmt Wilsen, ijt became known
tonight, has had this, solution pf thsft
problem presented- to feim, and admin
istration leaders declare be hah-look
ad on it with favor
1 ?'Skeleton of Prehistoric Elephfta?.
! Los Angeles, Cati, Aprii 11 .-tfFUe
practically completo skaleton or a pre
historic elephant which, it is bei?eve?V
i?u,.r., ,l tho earth thVttsnds of year?
?go, wsB found today/in La Brea, fr?#
?i\ fl .??d? near hore. "The animal In
life measures mon? then IS foot Id
len, S h." ?aid Frank 8. Berrett, director
of the Southwest Museum, "H atoud
14 feet high and its tusks are ? emt
Oaf j Slight Damage ia N. Caroling*
Greensboro, N, C. April 11.-^ A ot?s*
freese last, night threatened to
ll the fruit crop of thia
lt waa injured only slightly.
lng to st as ementa pf nurserymen
today.- A bumper crop ls expected.
Disobeyed Ofdsr* to TtilStift
; From Meskaft Side of
(By ASSOC Sgt M
" El. Paso. Tex., Apr!
flat night by M?tele*!
ri ev rn? Negras, Op po*
?bree enlisted tuen h?';
kftinery. t;. s. A., wi
bis afternoon to Abjerj
E ll. -Arresten
L Federate la
te K&gle Paas?
the Third ?a?
eon officer* cpi
ker at Pisare?