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AlfDEBSON, S. C
W. W SMOAK - Buain?
Metered According to Act ot Con
gress a? Second Class Matt Matter nt
the PostoOce nt Anderson, 8. C.
' i* '
PnbHibee firer* : Morning Except
. # \ Monday . .
.sa*-Weekly Edition oh Tuesday ia?
if ; Friday Morsinga
Senti-Weekly Edition-ft 60 per Tsar.
Dally Edition-$5.00 per annum;
.8.50 tor Six Months; fl.25 tor Three
Member ot the Associated Press and
Ilecelvlng Complete Dally Telegraphic
A targa circulation than any other
newspaper ia this Congrseslonal Dis
Editorial . .
Joh Printing -
- - - in
- - -ttl-L
- - - Itl
? Intelligencer ls delivered hy
era ; Ja itt* atty. It yon fail to
our naper regularly please natur
Opposite your name on label
ur paper ls printed date to which
paper is paid. Alt' cheeks and
s should he drawn to The Ander
Afc'HIL 18TI1 JJ HI8TOBY
-Hudbruy. Maw., waa attacked
hy the Narraganeetts. Several
houses and barns were burned
and e ?mall party who hastened
from Concord to their relier
intercepted and cut off.
1710-Four indian chiefs from east*!
ern .New England and Canada
arrlr?d at London , and were
Carried in T?val isuirhan try
their audience with the>queen.
37?1-LO?JB XVI and the royal family
- arrested by the populace while
on their way to St. Cloud and
compelled to return io Paris, -
io ss-Tue Hussian minuter and all
' members of bis statt at Tehe
ran. Persia, were assassinated.
Ito?-Earthquake and great fire at
1B12-Steamer Carpathia arrived In
New York with survivors of
Washington, April 17,-Forecast;
South Carolina,-Fair 8uturd*y
warmer ; east portion f 8und*y fair,
. II m m 11? . i
At any rate, the Hearst papers hi
one good ito eoey day. 1
Farm . improvements-strengthen
ing the political fences.
Tbe latest craze-coat-tail swing
the candidates are doing it.
.No salutes are fired for "regrc
table errors" on Villa's part.
Congressman Ragsdale ls. a great
*^???!?T-st wsr depa^mcni. h*rf?t
Aw. quit your kidding. Abbeville
Medtutn. We were referring to real
Grapevine says that Huerta's de
lay in saluting was due to the lack
It ls not until aft or the close of
the open season tor game that the
oan'Francisco, printer'shot himself,
in the head and bullet dropped to the
HOOT. Ko Inquest.
Hats oft to Governors Cruce of Ok
lahoma and Stuart of Virginie. Nc
jockeying with them,
The punny man on Tho Columbia
State baa h column headed "After
math". Look out Math.
"Lightning Shocks Two Gaffney
Men." Ia lt possible that something !
bas been touud to shock 'em?
Neat,' President Wilson 'should nth:
tho ??ailed hand1 on the gink that
started ai these fool fashions.
Don't vote 'against a man because
newspapers compliment him: There
wight bc something good itt him after
. And lt was but a short time ago
that we were wondering, what all. the
old cans arc fas. To put b%ltg%*of
Stefjbrted that the office o? c>
of Bs^nwcll rtonnty has become very
ajnponpsm sines TOO aispcnsery was
Anaisca apat in tue race or a witness
?n th? other ?ide Incidentally abe
r-' :"'r ; u'"-nl\
What business..baa Clemson to be
?anding out a bulletin on South Cero
?inn'i? ?uvAsre "ptt^ch" cree? L-???Y*
H H ?r?tf
We four that thu governor has been
a little bli ?' <xotio in kit contentions
about the inilttiu inanuovers, und it
now appears that the secretary of war
will remove the encampment of tin
militia from this ?tate unless some
thing is done to mollify the war de
partment. Considering what South
Carolina und, the var. department
wont through with laat ?ummer lt
was considered quite a stroke of luck
for this state to get the encampment
of. 10,000 troops, ia thia state, even
for only a short,period, and no little
of the credit was gjven to the adju
tant geiiHrui of this' 'state. Wm. W.
As we have been informed the sec
retary of war knew nothing cf ' tho
petty details of thle affair, and lie
doubt lt never entered his head to of
fer affront to tho statu of South Caro
lina. As to the mustering ont of
some militia" 'companies, "that ol
course ir a detail that is left to thc
state or South Carolina. The United
States government, through officers
trained in the military institutions
aud In the field, say* that they can
not receive funds from the govern
ment because they sre unfit from a
military standpoint. These companies,
we believe, are not' located in sparsely
settled communities, but in large
towns, and cities. The position of the
Avar department appears to be that
lt merely withdraws its support from
thom, and if they are not. .worthy to
share In the-government funds, wc
hope they will be dropped and other
faithful, companies will not be. pun
ished. There was sufficient warhini
given in the contratemos,of last .som
lt cannot tte said that the encamp
ment ls worth nothing to the state,
for this whole stir-up grew out of thc
Importunity of certain communities in
their seal to secure this favor from
Vi. Ik ITV WV UTO flAl f LOU .
."~ ""*7 ^ Tr*"'""
The news of the accident at the
Woman's College of Due West last
night will b<? reroivmt with a great
deal of regret in Anderson. For sev
eral reasons this city feels very close
to this college. In the first place
the town of Due West has always
been closely related to Anderson in
a com?*" ^*clal way and in tho second
place- "?>. most important-many of
our homes aro graced by hobie women
who received their training at Due
West Female College, bow1 known as
the Woman's College.
Several of our Anderson people litad
gone to Due Weut for the exercises
Incident to the opening of the conser
vatory of music, and lt was with pro
found relief ' that the news waa re
ceived that they were not among the
To Dr. Robinson, the head of this
j splendid institution which has done
much to give grace and poise to
our noble women, we extend our sym
pathy and best wishes ot this nemma
n'tly for the res???tiU?iii cf Lbs beau
tiful new bui'dlDr to the ese of which
it was dedicated. .May the future of
the college ever be bright and ? may
thia near catastrophe serve only to
draw closer to the Woman's College
the: affection of those who love the
names of Bonner and Boyce aud those
! other good mea and-the consecrated
women with them who have given thia
-ollege a history, a heritage and a
The Westminster Shorter Catechism
ile about the most perfect instrument
j In writing outside of tho Bible and lt
was worked on and prayed over a
The Baltimore platform was adop
ted in a night. If lt is not letter per
feet, we may accept the whote and
not stand heavily on weak planks.,
In all of this maelstrom of war one
great character in history ha? been
lost sight of. What has become ot
Canaler of Tlrxah?
Cain and Abel were Old Testament
characters, bat both are living at St.
Matthews toda* St. Matthews ts
found in-Calhoun county.
Mr. Roosevelt In commenting on
! Mr. Wilson's treatment of Huerta
"The powder ' r?qu.red"*to"r?fo tlVkt
salute would be enough to win sev
eral ordinary battles- In Mexico:
"W?i W M*>*fed a* Mai. 7-Oaly a
Waahtnotnn * ?Ml If-!? .>**?>?].
ils|rg<i and ~Mrs. Wilson announced to
day that the wedding ot their young
c?t quosn?er, s?ss rason or rausooipt.
|l?s? pince on Thursday, limy v.
j The announcement from th* Wtrlte
J KOI?C SiV?Sg thS d???: Of ?St-?i -?ddiii?
I also said:
j 'Je accordance with the wishes ot
(Miss Wilson sad Mr. McAdoo the wed.
j lng party will be vary .email, only the
; 'ptesideat and Mr?. Marshall, the
i cabinet, and the immediate tecnsber?
jot the two ?amilies'am to be pre?' -
; o o u o o i> ii O' O o u o o o o o o o o o
? 0I>? 1M'I I) KN TS .
o o u o o o ri o o o o o o o o o o o o o
"I was a hero to stand thirty years
of married life with her," declared
Thomas Constable. 60, called to sup
port his wife's alienation suit in New
York against Hrs. Anna Stickney, a
widow ~,t, tor $10,000, which the lat
?;Mlss Sophronia Lowe, 05. wnp lost
hoi- voice following a bad cold Thanks
giving In Rockyport, Mass., saw u man
lit her home and from that .instant
l\?r apeecti was restored.
.Mrs. Alice .Collier claims .the honor
of being the first woman in Chicago!j
tp vote. She arrived at the polls ten ..<
minutes early, but was permitted to
cist ber ballot.
In a ?iid's Cage.
A bequest of 9100 for the care of
har canary bird is provided for in the
will of Mrs. Minerva Strong in Lake
Ossawana, N. Y. ,
Rev. H. IT. Flo.nlng rode at the head
of a neel of automobiles In the village
of Maywood, Ind.fc and aided by a meg.
aphone, awakened sleepy voters and
urged them to vote early for the
'Thc stork delayed a train enroute
for Pittsburgh 17 minutes.
, $A l?ase held-'by. a .small' "quick
lunch- room In New York, has blocked
.tito erection of a 20-story St.300,000
sky-scraper until 101S.
I '?Daniel 8. Ferguson, conting home
lute in Stony Point. N Y1., took off hie
.shoes so as not to awaken his wire.'
climbing the stair he ran a needle
into his robt, and now has blood pol
A Pittsburgh, man who has already
been in Jail four years for non-pay
ment Of alimony is now threatened
with a work house sentence unless be
Dwight Phillips.'aged 7. showing
his mother how he could use a new
ball and bat at Bardonla, N. Y.. batted
yne bail into ncr (aw, nrcaking her
hose and eyeglasses and knocking her
j Illustrating on a scaffolding h?V? to
tango. Philip Trombley and Amos
Guertln. painters of Ladentown, N. Y.,
tripped and fell 20 feet to the ground.
Tvorabley broke two ribs and Guertln
fractured his skull.
.Whor Mrs. Mary Burch of Yonkers, '.<
had William Warhbly. a neighbor ar- I
rested, charged with stealing her I
chickens..she said she had. painted ?bp j
legs of her'roosters-and nena brown -
'Lightning came down'Wchunnlyl!
gnni Bterted a fire in the bp?ti ' gV?tel,
Which George Jessup was,,trying to ,
li.-'lit. In CoT?ingswOod. and],
three tnerooera of tho family ,'we>eh
shocked.' : '1 .? . ?
John Doyle/ Sb;'ran' away1 fromes L
county alms bouse in Branchville! N. ,
an ice house. j:
\ . . .
Mrs. Lena Israel is suing her father,
Isaac Goldman- In New York, to r?
nover sr.nno d?.mege? for ? irhippinc
he gave har four years ago, aban she
'.?.us single, j
Clarence A. Murphy was acquitted
of stealing stamps in Yonkers, N. Y"
when an investigation revealed the
missing postage in a rat's nest in the
IN THE WHITE COUNTIES
An interesting table in the report
for 1913 of the ?tate supenlatrudent
of education. Mr. 3 wear In gen, shows,
"tho percentages of the carolled pupila
ht 'regular attendant*" ?yr? ?be public
schools, by counties and by tho races.
The six counties of the 44 ranking I
highest In the white schools in at
I tendance are Georgetown, Kdgefleld,
j BeaftZort*. Charleston. Berkoly and
Dorchester. ' ? '
These same counties rank in ne
gro attendance: Georgetown first;
Bdgefleld, second ; Dorchester, fourth;
Beaufort, eighth; Borkely, aoven
teenth; Charleston, twenty-sixth. They
h?v? ;u luuu? numbers 62,000 white to
147.000 negro inhabitants. Except In
Charleston, negro schobt attendance
is high in the six end very high in
Georgetown, Bdgefleld, Dorchester and
Let ns look at the other side or the
picture, taking the six counties hav
tWP.'the largest white majorities tn
the. state? and we find that of the 44
counties. Plckens ranks rorty-rourth.
Oconee. forty-third, Horry forty sec
ond and Spartauburg forty-flrst ; An
derson thtrty-nfatb and Greenville
thirty-third m the white schools
? on-rthtrd" of all the white pe
South Carolina erector aaartaV
bottom, ?f'the list in white school
[ Fae.? auch aa, these win ont in-i
i ?ueace (ne politicians wno are op
posed lo a computeo ry school attend*
i ane?.law. A newspaper accompifadMs
j ?lt% perhaps by caius? attention to 1
. 1: r~rZ- -o i'n^ (iciuorj ll ?US j
election, that decide? and the illiterate
j vetea count no lasa th*? ? * ha "t?-r??e'i. (
(why should the people tn the white i
jtvHintU-* bother about learning toi
read or write? ; I
j Th? South Carolin?, politicians aral
i looking tor tee votes .to tve cast tn I
.?Sli, ' i h io state shall gofer
i ward before it shalt deliver Itself
from Its bondage and blindness, lead
's of the nsw and broader and otaar
v inion than the kind we are ac
uatomed to w? and hear la tb? cam
paign "circus" taust breed.
o o o o o o o ooo ooo oo o o o o o o o o o o o o o
MILL NEWS AND PERSONALS
Q From Ihr Southern Textile Bulletin of Charlotte, N. C 0
o .... o
oocoooooooooo ooo o o o o o o o o o ooo
J*aecf ?Vyo/has reste*** .>fl?
sltlon at thu Watts mill, Laurens.
Tl V. MuUinax i* second lian? in
carding at the Judson Milla, Green
ville, yfi ' ' .
Au". W. Smith hus resigned as pres
klc.u of the Union-Buffalo Mills, Un
H. ?VFteeUnau of New York has
been elected . president of the Unlon
Huffalo Mills, Union.
G. M. lia y nc. baa resigned as second
hand In carding at the American
Spinning Co., Oreen ville.
AV. li. Todd ls un<v aasistant super
intendent of the Buffalo-Union Mills,
Geo. W. Green o fthe Gainesville,
(Ga.) Cotton Mills, has accepted the
position of overseer of spinning at thc
Woodside mills, Greenville. .
ViW^B. Glennie*, Grevalle UtfjajH
cepted the position ot overseer ot cloth
room at the Buck Creek Cotton Mills,
faiurte^Ala,, ,., ,fl ,. ,
J. Yr tteaslcr has resigned asrpeaood.i
hand in weave room No. i, at Lock
hart to accept santa position in th:
weave room No. 1, Union Mills, Union
W. P. Hodge bas resigned as mas
ter mechanic of the Seneca Mills to
become superintendent of thc Walhal
la Light and Power Co.
G. B. Byrd has resigned as superin
tendent of the Katrine Mfg. Co., at
Pork Shoals, to accept a Bindiar posi
tion at the Franklin mills, Greers.
J. C. Stroud has resigned as over
seer of spinning at the Glenco Mills,
Columbia, to acoept a similar position
at the Richland Mills of the same
place. . ;
- ? o ?
A. H. Pollard has resigned as over
seer of cloth room at the Simpsonvllle
Milla .and accepted a similar-position
at tho Woodside /Mills. Greenville.
>Ben Farmer has resigned ?as over
seer of spinning . st the ? .Woodside
J'. W. Brown . has been ajwomotod
from tectton band to second .bani ra
carding at Pacolet Milla, No. 5, Trough.
.D.-N. Kesaedy of Enoree,,.bas. ac
cepted i the ..position of overseer of
ardir.s at the Gonnestee Milla, Reedy
Wver. m) j, , ." ,.^".>.
.Robt. Power.has resigned as.sup
erintendent.:of the Franklin mills,
freers, to accept a similar position at
i milt elsewhere.
L. B/Gibson of the Union Mills. Un
ion, waa oallen to-Gaffney on account
3f the llfp^s^.e^ kia quater./
8. D. Ijoictaxh?? has resigned as ov
erseer of weaving at the Lowe Mills,
Huntsvlle, Ala., to accept position as
averseer at the Lockhart Mills, Lock
hart, S. C.
J. W. Burnett has resigned at sn
H. C. Thomas has resigned as over-1 perlntendent of the Chnni? H*;.' Cc.
sssf cZ oyiisaiag at racoiet No. 5, at Ito become manager of the -Brevard
Trough. I (N. Ci Cotton Mills.
J. C. Murphy who has been over
hauling In spinning at Inman Mute,
Inman, is now second band iv the
wallace Mills, Jonesville.
JT. T. Gaskin, of the Arcade Mills.
Rock Hill, has accepted the position
of overseer of weaving at toe'Hermi
tage Milla, Camden.
' The annual i spring pilgrimage, of
Ulnar Temple ot the: Ancient Arabic
Order pt ;tl?e Nobles :oft the My?tle
Shrine ^Ulihetejten osv .April 13. The
Isle of f^mabttithe aaaie., .Dr. C. A.
Milford of Abbeville, who;learned tho
trug businea in Anderson niter he fin.
tabed at the, ?atWeW tliillbur: insti
tute, is theuftptattadei^He sende .the
"Yost Potentate Benda h li very beat
A lshee and'Suminoo8iy**'"to Sttand th?
next ^erJn?nlalM?wssio*rotM3Biar Temi
ple.jto be bold in Charleston, S. C., un.
1er ! date; of - Aprifci?te*/M?l?; 'Every
sleet!ve* ?od appe?aUreio?fceru.wlD bei
ex ppr ted.ito . .ber present < Isl perform
bis 'respective duties: : .Tattooing ouri
tjrst, meeting of-Che mew, y?ar, let ov
ary j noble < Mo ^'?Z.^uxa xv bs one bf
io /.wijbbotal rtltesftj' l -so get busy.
So into th*>;kfaihv*eyS?ana hedges; and
gather in the unregenerate that they
siay l^f iiii the ??ftslful arid
become as servants unto tis. w
-HemebibeV^tbte fa' o\ir Iaist cereniib
montai before /Uftft^eM . nwt in At
lante. t<et every--noble of ocr Tear
pie come togetb?*? in Charleston on
:hfi date designated, and make final ar.
rangements for th? pilgrimage to At
lanta. Wc v.?mt to let the Imerlal
Council. know that Omar, is one the
nap and incidentally that South Car
Klint occupies a small portion of. the
Southeastern section of tho united
3tates. So be itf' ' '.'."'
The official divan cf this Ten.plo
?:v>slats vt the ro"i?v'ing:
Past PotoV.Un 1". O :'r?h?rker,
. t . Hrva . J. ' ii. ' .'vi*.* Donil I. i (3
Feprer.enl-.uivffl .? imperial Cou?
;il-Jos. R- JAiin??t?; J. w M?iDcni??
lilian ? W. Johnson7, J? ?..Coj?swe]l.
Illustrions Py.iit it '.V .\. Miff rt.,
li.ustrioua Chh? ilfchban l?. A:,*?'do???
Sr. Illustrious ASSiStaUt ?tubbaii. Dr
E. R. Wilson;; Illasffrfoue High Prleat
ind Prophet, O . Frank Hart; Illus
trious Treasurer;-F. W. 'Reriue'cker ;
Illustrious Recorder, H. O. Strohneck.
iv, jjldstilt iL CYrtantal Guld-?. i\. D.
helson; First Ceremonial Master, Dr.
5*. E. Harrison; ^Sacoa-.! Ceremonial
Punier. Frank KviauB; marshal, tl.
B. Wilson; Captain of the Guard. C.
K. Cbreltzberg; Outer Guard, S. Stew.
?rt Warks; AlChOB?stv.Dr. C. B. Cot
)on; Assistant Alchemist, Dr; J G.
DeLorme; Assistant Alchemist. Dr. J
?. Olivier; Master of Robes. Dr. J. W
Freysehmtdt; Chief Director. Jess?
Sharp; Director, Jf.-B. Martin; Dlrec
or, R Hay no Ri?jg; Dtreetor. & I
Perrott; Director. FJobt, Pregnsjl;
Director. O. H. Webber. . - r
Medical Staff-Dr. W. J. Simpson
Dr. J. E. Srvygert, Dr. JV. R. lawman
Dr. Tx A. Taft, Dr R. 8. Cathcart,
Following' is the program of the bit.
?rlmage to Chariest^
?;36 to 11:0? P. M.-At Mooonh
remple Reception t?-' A?ulah - Dren
^orps by Om*ir
\ obles ; I h v I ted' to awsB' i
*.v3 A. M.-M?????HH????SL9B?&
,?:??) A- M,-M?ich to boat
li:M Al M.-BeSSaails. for Issn o
?f?ST% M.-Business Meehng. isl?
12:60 M. sharp-Oyster Rcss?, Isle o
i -.OO to 2:00 P. l?L-Stuats on Beach.
2:60 P. ll
7:30 P M. zh? .?i-;
Kfjverctao Artillery Hail.
lOrSO p. M.-Smoker. /
"fifra. James B. Brown ba? flied sa?
for divorce In Cbieaao. ?U?grag b?
husbaud caco remare angry arni h.
A DESERVED BteBTjKE
The New York, World ls to oe com
mended for its courageous *wotfeat
against the systematic.vinification'of
PreaJ?an^ .W^nv ^iyphlam R.
Hearst We say courageous, because
some may think the. World welcomes
an opportunity to take the editor Of
rival publication? J.o taak. That lt
does not, is plain .t odiscrlmlnntina
newspaper readers.-. The' World and
Oth?r enew^pera) heve- been lonfr
suffering and .patient. There -appears
itt": the -New york American' ofMTues
day a cartoon,under tie heading: "Ab'
er Scan History Reversed,?..?Noe il2:'V lt'
represent? Wilson recrossing tho. Dela.
yfa^.."iiere we see another; Assert-:
erloap, commander, who, -with his
gc-?erai?, obseysring .that tim Hess tans
fought under the British-flat and net
wishing to disturb ahem in their: cele,
bratious, recrosses the river.- leaving
thc enemy In possession of? tho Am
.oric?i* otr?",MKuo?u, ' is the' commen
?.ry. bi previous cartoons. President
Wilson has been represente?* as-'re
turning Cornwallis' sword with apolo
gies, etc. The paucity of wit lb these
cartoons and comments readers- them,
uarmless to cool thinking peo pie, but
unfortunately, there, are many per
sons who cannot toso described. The
artist devotes to bis taak great skill
and pains. The pictures are impres
sive in their splemcity. There ic not
a single Jocular note tn the pictorial
and verbat painting of the President
l?futhe United States as a British lick
spittle. The World fairly says:
"Day after day. Mr. Hearst tn Word
and caricature, is picturing' the" Presi
dent of the United States aa a traitor
to the United ? States. ? Day After day.
Mn Hearst chara* ?ye President "r1
?the United SUtes with overt'arid cal
culatod treason. - Day after d?y Mr.
liBseret presento, the President- of the
United States as thc cowardly and
conning enemy.ot tho Ameflcatt1 pde* -
. rthls ls the rood upon vthlch the
t\ .ted and clouded brain of a'Ctfolgbss
'.lt! is high time to 'protest against
*he course or the Hearts papero. The
=i Chi?? ~iS?=t7?iU} of ?. ?,^r.?
nation Should 'be treated whh. re
SOOTH CAROLINA NEWS
A banque; will be given
100 boys at the Columbia Y
Thirty lr*de boosters from Chicago
peached Columbia this morning,
They go from there to Charleston.
Will Laney, a farmer living ceer
inmcnsvilie. was killed by Ught
Cft roli aa defeated ???ridsow^yae-]]
?erday by ar'^eere of 4 to o. Cmkf,
Ridge defeated Newberry (tel. ' jj
erse Show on Thursday.
The Grand Lodge Waight*'
- li in mu?an as Celetshit
a aecreury for State Education. j
.-' -4- :
A ftraa Kew On? 3as ?eat B*en
New York, Apt?? 1?.-A revisten ?il
Cblr.r.'? ?rovisdoa!?; constitution
sliii pendmg, i?e<5o?Bina- ??' .?..
received yesterday, by Prot. Jeremiah [
! Adi it i?w i
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Spring; Hate. I
Unit -n]:ih it t
Regardless ot the price yon pay
here for your spring hat, there
are certain things we want you to
They ara correct style, durable
.. ' 'Hi , M i ;
M T*T>.-U, l-l '.
^1 ?l'lil.'.ff. I\ llK?
Youwhf obtain the utmost of
ono of our, feature hat lines.
TH? h?fw spring shapes and colors
ra both soft and stiff hats are here
ready for you now.
Evans special hats at $2,
1 B. Q^ jfc. special hats at $3.
Stetson,hats nt $3.50 to $5.
Straw ?ats too* $1-80 to $4.
Order by parcels post. Wo prepay
. all charges-.
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Reaches every nook and
corner of Anderson County,
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li you want to tret res
from your advertising, and
make it an investinent in
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stead of an expense
And call for the AD. ?san
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A convontlon^o ?mm? tiin-owiaettt.. pointed by PresWent W??oii bea -?
ito? ha? been heoaa?ioa ?loco March r.ot innnMi. .~ -^.?T^i^t:^
18 and dUpatches have said ^t^ttl!?" to 8C?4>:>,
eenstHtttlon bas been adopted. ??au tn 7PC or more totrns pt i?or^
-? til an 10,900 inhabitant it
reCAWO?AL fiWCAWOK naked coatoercinl and labor~crV-"
TVashtngtoa. April 1?.>-To nacer- leerte, tbs otRnarisetna.