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--DONT MISS THE CHAUTAUQUA-May 4
VOL, I, NUMBER 90,
frotWy, IrtftMlifcftA If*?, M|, Ja? U, If it
ANDERSON, S. C, FRIDAY MORNING MAY 1, 1914.
PRICE FIVE CENTS. fts oo Pie? ?nnicu
STEEP MAN OF VESSEL FLYING CUBAN
\ FLAG liS KILLED AS GUNS OF REBELS
AND FEDERALS RAKE HER
Special Telegram* To New York Say American
Doctor it under Airrest in Mexico City, Charg
ed With Being a "Spy" and Add Th#t He
I* To Be Shot This iVfcm^ Sunrise
At She Notorious Fortress of Death
o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oo o o oo oo 000 O
: New York; ^ I
o. ???? a nrominent American, nad been er ?
riiMe^a ?py, and we? to be execu- o
* ? S^ton?oiUw. It wa? reported o
o S^Stou^ ?
SoOOOO ?OOOO o o o 00 o.."??00 0000
CUBAN SHIP FIRED ON BY
BOTH FEDERALS AND REBELS
(By Assoftteie? tfresa,)
Vera Cruz, April 3 0.?The Ward line steamer
l?n?}!?''W*? fir*?(i **!r\r\r* \n*. K^iL Xl. ^_.J' - ? .
from that sl^poft The steersman of th? v??s?lf
was str UCK uV One Of the shots anrl killed. I
The. Ant?l?a left New YorkXpril18, flying the
Ovib^.H f?'^g Th? 1in?.r first "'-SIS-' r-k"e<I fV*.*-''-f.^4>*
eraKguns and then, as she was running out of th? '
.city, the rebels from their position near the m$$$$
of the Panuco i iyei, Opened fire on her.
The commander of one of the British boats
lying off Tarnpico has filed a protest with the fed
eral and rebe? commanders.
ADMIRAL MAYO CONFIRMS FIRING
ON THE ?EFENS?LESS VESSEL
night that th.
Cuban f lag, ^
3 ?.~?j\cnr AuiTirf*\i" Ma vu
ted to the navy department to*
*d line steamer A.ntiUa, f?yuig th?
r?M upbni ??:d beld up in the river
y consfiiutionai?sts, but later
under fire unon th? rebels fr?nt
i^APER SAYS PRES.
WILSON PLAYS GAME FINE
La Raz?n tc
ce: hv ihr I )
THE WHOLE DAY YESTERjjAY
WAS ONE OF PLEASURE
TWELFTH r NIGHT"
Uraly SHskcspwsaa CcssmSy 3y
the B^n G?Vv? Playern raa?e a
What a delightful afternoon U ?vus
Thursday, in Chautauqua c2rclDe...^THk#
lecture "Watchl?g the World. Go On"
b> the twet, Wallace Bruce Arasburv
\va6 a groat treat and was. the sur
prises* 'hat iivo been unfolded day by
fts$ iiis .tc?h ??as Jnst the k^?r? .*?
make fcdk? happy, and it did
The Wclfh-Chtistensen-Baker con
cert company gave a delightful P-~o
gram eif tohg> and Whetted the appe
tite for the c-enlng whm they we.c
to give the t-uslcal pr.'iurte to the
offering by the Ben Greet Dlarers.
' .The' ehadren were rec>lv.*r. in two
groups, the older children plsyed
garnis ttudet tne direction of , Miss
Tike frein 2io I! and Chi tittle ones
were'told do'lghliul stories by t|?0
F.anic chiirmliif; entertalnei The usine
sours wl? 'jo ebserved today ;
TtiA i:haui-.5:::iia nuiBtago^r tmt Sa en*
thuslHStlc >>v. r the audl-> >.c-*b. Att
dersnn has pyn as much of a treat to
the people on the stage z\ ih'-'.-.t qff,
fovis to ph*a<-,! have been to the pe-i
?fjt : ?? A ii de? t un.
Tiie lars^tt rrowd qf tU?! week
gathered at -he tent 1? : nig * te
Hear t'.:e L'en Greet playe ?> tin*' to
enjoy tho cor/.'rt introducing the play,
the^oonrert was opened by-svel!with
i monolgue by Mr. lAncoln G. Dickey,
who admits that he is a Virginian and
that he low? the sunny South. The
ttrst song w?* "The Passage Birds
(farsweir by JiPaaeg Welch and Chyia
accompanied by bthw Baker.
Mlag Welch then gave two songs that
i*e*^r^?&ver?"28ufcb*anja'' by Ro
nald and "Oenfcvleve." Aie was
sailed and- s&ng a iolk song thai was
treatly ?njpynd, ,
Miss Baker ?b an accompanist ei
i?d: a great deal to the staging, bat|
?he received a greet deal of aonlaua&J
fc>fcea she'jreMereaYwith effect "Fled**^
[nanja *al?ri by Straus.
. f?Slow.ea a sheaf of songe by i
?1*368 Weich and Christ n
ifias Chrtatsason sang with o
jf a Melbe the much loved "Good- Bye*1
ay Tosti. this charming part of tho
program was concluded by the greaf
>nt wa::: i?iM ever wrltien. "The
Beautiful ?la? Danube,*? by Straus
rhls was a fitting , climax, and the au
liehee wm carried o* Ks feet by the
beautiful duet. Miss Welch's rich cou
rait o. oT r?re richness of quality,
jlcrded beautifully with Miss Chrla
ensen's lovely soprano, lyric and
impid, and with a dramatic effect that
was moat pleasing. But the audience
vonld not rioaase them, and they had
:o come back and sing twice in ra
inons e to encores. One was "On the
toad to Maodeiay" and. the other- was
?d as It-war clever
The BeajQ^eet Players.
It w&Uld be impossible to describe
he, effect Ui&d* by the preaentaHon
>f "Twelfth Night" by the Ben Greet
layers. The A)fresco effect of some
if their performance*.n?ight. have been
htawi by some who -had heard Wm
? other surrounalh^, ^n* .the pre-:
tentation of tbu play by ? clever com
eeautlfuiiy tral??dj made it ua
?rpentry ?rmroftwor from
vas well halRBCe? an? no part was
iohsidered too '.'minor*: not to re
on. As tn? play proceeded, the large
ludfanee w*?a*d j?p to the action of
he comedy, and at times there were
vaved Of hittihtbT in billow after htl
t>w, succawttltlt name well turned
ra. of the horse play Into
nhich the great ibard of Avon Tor
ace nlloww hunaelf to lame
The- case of characters w?* aa fol
es of ?^ex?can Soldiers
Now Arrayed Against America
St ^^M^-iJ^^^?n^ n?a .enarii?Ur of tie Mexican eot?fer*. la toe iflm*
Jft tratles.a tjtifeoi .. ?i^vuas wb& fought tinder General Villa, sb*
famous rebel le.-; jswu. in tlio lower rlew may be teen g rtf?
mant?rt Buert&n fedcrala oo t?etr way through U?&eo City.
O O o O O O O O O 0^O O ? ?CTO ?T? C O OOOO XT ? O ?
- SON l?FiRE?T?NED o
r? ANGRY MOBS IN NE W YORK o
NewYork, April 30.H-Threate of vio
lence Were made ag&ihsi John D? Rockefel
ler^ Jr., today by uem?n?iraiors who obj?prl
ed to what they declared to be his policy in
the Colorado mine war.
One woman attempted to invade hi* of
fice and when prevented she withdrew, re
^stfegfoutside threats she had
tey him unless he agreed to ac
?fe*titeckef ei?er tonight 'issued a State- ;
a ' Vri::iiitWiifl)irii%i -f nr??rf lit rir "infamous* any allu
r? sion to condn^ons in Colorado ^ as ^Rocke?
r> wer? sio* between min? owner* and strikers,
3 He said,4wv-bKiween. strikers ^d the state
0 troops. I ne statement contained no refer
a enee to the "free silence" protest in this city.
> ? demonstration was held in front of the
5 Residences of John D. Rockefeller and John
t> D. Rockefeller, Jr., tonight by men v&o
6 claimed to represent the anti-military league
3 of New York. They walked back and forth
ntLVWOT TW KCLIKVK x?igim
HOU Tredp?. Tp Be Bnpplaetctl On
(By Associated Prase)
Washington. April l39,t-Secre*
arrlaon 1? preparing- "to subette
1 regul?r? for the Tax*. ?*
by tho border patrol a
practicability of federe
seeking to operate
rltArr, ?cd?? dtff?rSirt
governor haa agr<
e> militia, when* i
COLONEL RETURNS TO CIVI
LIZATION FEELING BULLY
BAG FULL OF GAME
Explorers' Brins 1,500 Bird Skir?
500 Mammal Specimens
From Brazilian Wilds
(By Associated Press.)
Manoas, Brasil, Apr? 30.?Colonel
Theodore RootBVelt arrived here today
(from his expedition through the hith
erto unexplored portion of Brasil. lte|
The Colonel wired Henry Falrfleld
Osboru, Now York, president of the
American Museum of Natural History,
ftlnrd, but very successful trip. Have
yuiieciea r,?bo Ulrd skins, oli told,
and 600 mammals. We have also put
pa mop river running from North of
thirteenth degree to south of fifth dc
gt'eo, the largest affluent of the Ma
deira, the upper part hitherto utterly
unknown to anyone, and the lower
part utterly unknown to cartography
Colonel Has Boll?.
Colonel Theodore Rooseveit and
members Of his expedition arrived
1,ere from their exppdiuuh tbroug*
the hitherto* unexplored portion of
Bras'! on board a steamer sent to
taeet them bj' the governor of the
Colonel Roosevelt was suffering,
from bolls, but was not seriously n?-l
footed. He wilt leave ~
* irJ V rt***'-"?ar?da, or
'c^Abt. , was found to bo un
?oiwwed it fretn the and or
K?SffifflKwS^ to its jurtetioT wiih
the Madeira, A distance df about' ?4*
BOSS IN CHINA
Now Constitution Grants ?^-~^'
tive Greater Powers Than
(By Associated Preen)
itfV? A?r?i 3?-The amended con
itftutlon for the republic of China.
S-hlch w? be formally promulgated
^?rfow, is notable for tfaTfflE
ipr**d Powers it sives the president.
The document* as it now stands, is
^W't^^^dissolve the legis
BifJ'*^** w bbdgct as Well
Sta?S^T'H'i refer back to ?je
WS1SWM for bills already passed by
' *t,irAa?cIi :"iW;r?* hr? .repass?d by
?ay?,t,.Wtthi tne conseM Of ?ie ednUifci.
itrativo .ediinc.il, ?tili withhold . their
?pomaigatlon. ? '
The president haH sole power to ap,
?fficlals. to declare war and conclude
sacs and he win be in complete con
rol of the array and navy, as well is
NP all expenditures tor the,** branches,
Hie JrWib Carolfsla* Killed Another
Hurt by a Train,
???t?ond, April 30.?W. H. C?ayton,
?j ?f Soxbcro, S C., was killed, and
?ames H. Cobb. oJ Smithfleld. N C>'
Iras perhaps fatally injured this ?i
ernoon when they were struck by a
btrtmx enalnc on ike Richmond
fJK?d^Wkabar* sad Pbtomsi.* Hal.road
apis r.lty Clayton waV ? buyer and
3obb an accountant for a tonacco
Hep? fey Miners. ' ' < < i U
W^Wi . Vs.. Aor? 30.?Has* 1t]
'm'men 'trapped In
*o, 5 Of the New River ^ltl^ries
r, by an explosion Tuesday,
8. was ahandond tonight by
em and ?tat? experts; At t>
' bodies had been loeat
. ?ad A fga s^ifcfofi! i
?*?e wottfd - fee*' 'brought' t? t
To Amend Baalt Ae
hington, April so.?An
EXPERTS OPPOSED TO AD
VANCE GIVE THEIR SIDE
OF THE CASE
FIGURES ARE CITED
Roads Are Prosperous As
Washington. April 'SO.?That the ? ?
income and :operat!n
Eastern railroads are "smaller than is
OOOjrtsteat with tb&lr aii3t.:el proa
W? fitere or the com
i>5iih/," n?iionncra as a conclu
sion late today, by Louis D. Braudels,
o! Boston, counsel for the interstate
commerc-o commission in the are per
cent advance rate case.
Sayn tdvanee !? l?egaL
lie maintained) however that
"? us o iwriKonicj auvr
freight rate? as proposed by the rail
road's, wa? itlegal und heyond the
powers of the oomniisB'on. Mr Bran
dels said stops should be taken soon
as possible to increase the carrier'*
^^f*40*1^* 1?d ??S????d that testimony
given at the commission's hearltura
itfn hrw Lhal nileht ha d/io
without advancing rates.
He referred to the elimination of
towancee to speakers, free
ear spoUing:and.other free service?
aftftg?:^ the rosdeV Just
before ?Dr. Bfandels submitted his con.
olnsioo's, C?ifford Thorne, of Iowa
repr?seming cij?ht middle rester?
states in opposition to the proposed
advance, fead completed an eWorate
urgumest in which he ^"^MW^^^
four years ip: their bistorv.
Aaftreadv Have C?redli
. -He, esaiMsgapd nat on;/. ->
railroads wero cognlssd-fcsv
' .: <'.. ratKvellijrn -..] 7.,
better CA?tfAthat of nttokn. }*3???jii^
n freight rates, as propos
matter of pure policy and
jw^frlth only by tha ?o:
tiWr ^si-Si?ilon had iv
to sanction, a ?cr?osits" a**?"**
luthorlty be7ug"*lixnited* to "tT
mtnatton nfl ijrhe r
^articuter rates, gftt
1 ' , r7 0? P<*. wCt? ,???~ T*?i,co
?etormlned merely by a
;he roads needed more ;
?o?~3. t *etcr?* ? "?-"r^?se? '
Judge. Henderson, of the Iowa rail
?roposed increase from the ataadoomt
)f the independent producers in ?b-ra
>tc 8t HChiiuia?e^'r<to^tF,,i<i' *P?abil,
?videnoe offrajed] by, Uie..fcArrtftjcg thai
1?ULDS TO SELL
TM? M.. i>. ROAD?
; , . : . "r~r>:~.-?
Pi >Wi?e- Purcka?ers^Bot>a
(By ABKoeiat?d Press)
New rork. April 30.?d33Sgg|
?^or? that control of the Hissoaii
lould railroad system, is in 'nttjceas
f transfer to important banking la.
?re?t? were revived today Ja the fi
anclai district. ^ey^weU^r?b?tfei
rtth Borne credence from tha fact that
xper^ engineers sad-?oabur.
eiioved to be making ?bj SKhsastlv?
xaminatlon of the property.*TTT"
Kuhn ?4>eb & <!oy are to-.
Hjutioneo m connection w
erted ^rhaage of cos***1
f vhat firm declined to e?i
Romrc connecting their
3 pro/e?t, but U IsJnw
?rior bav?? been wQIfn*
letr stook into:
>brl PaciSc litre il
onds of that road and al
Jnt heavy st>|?tj?
as' for account of any