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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 212 Weaklr, ErtaUIikei 1M0| DmDy, Jaa.lt, Itu, ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS 85.00 PER ANNUM
SITUATION IN EUROPE RE
MAINS ABOUT THE
Bot It Seem? That the Austrians
Are Receiving: a V?ry Serious
Defeat From Russians
Furious fighting continues in Nor
thern France where the allied ^-?nbh I
vuid British armies are at grips with j
the German force.* In what Is charac
terized as tho crucial action of the
battle ur the Alone. Beyond admitting
these facts tho official statements are
vague . Few details of the struggle
which may be the turning point of
the western campaign have been giv
en the waiting public .
One sentence: 'There is no change
in the situation" epitomises the of
ficial report from London, Paris and
Berlin. The allies claim to bave msde
slight advances here and there, notab
ly on the heights of the Meuse. Thc
German official statement, however,
declares that "reports concerning a
victorious advance of the enemy are
German Fight Har?
Both the British and the French of
ficial statements refer to the. violence
pf the attacks made by the Germana,
. who seem to have redoubled their ef
forts in an attempt tc' hurl back the
allied line. The reporta Indicate,
hov. /er, that the French and British
haye .giren-nn ground.
A very vogorous censorship ev!
dently hos beep Imposed at virtually
all points, particularly in London, rc
i gardlng the opera*?-TS at thc fronV
as very little news ts being permitted
to come through. The war officials
probably hesitate to raise the hopes
of the people without some decisive re
sult having been attained end fear
that publication of ev sn the smallest
details of the operations might be of
aid to tao Germans.
Petrograd reports officially that tho
Austrian stronghold of Przemysl, In
Gallcia, is invested completely the
Russians and that the. main Austrian
army is retiring behind tho Carpa
thians into Hungary, pursued by the
Russians. Bi) Un, however, declares
that "reports or the tali of the Prse
mysl forests aro Invention.
The Austrian forts'at Cattaro. Dal
. maila, on September 19, sank a large
French warship, according to a dis
patch to the Cologne Gazette. This
ship was one of a t\b?t o? eighteen,
which was met by a isalvo from, one
or tba Austrian forts aa it approached
the stronghold. The rest of tho fleet
retired hastily, says the dispatch, of
ter the French ship wac sunk.
A dispatch from Constantinople says
that the Dardanelles have been clos
sd to 5*v?gaUoE.
The Austrian gnv?rhr*ent'haa con
fiscated tho Canadian w c Railway
Company's securities * money de
-t.-1 tm. ?TI?., ?rn .??A.JIn> In MM>W
fWIWM ? . W...W, -v. O --*
as well aa the company's observation
cara running on Austrian railroads.
Advices received in Parts today say
that the rapid ^Increase In grain
prces in Austria is causinr anxiety n
For the ftra? Urne ainco the wat-ber.
gan, wireless news sent out by tb*
French government through Eifel
Tower has bein received in London.
The message detailed the Perce fight
ing which took place in Northern
Fvance between September 18 and 2S.
Slr Edward Carson, the Ulster lead
er, In outlining J?o Ulster program
with respect to th? home rule bili, has
called upon the Ulatetftea to threw
&funselves "wholeheartedly tn 0.4 pa
tristic action that the vime demands
In suppor ting the empira/' i
Kr. Herrick la Jaeger.
Paahington, Sept 2g.-The Atoerl
Bbaesy building tu- Paris was
ly shaken by Gie explosion o?
one of the bombs dropped :ato that
etty Sunday from a German aeroplane.
Ambassador Merrick reported the tn
cMent te tba state dopairimen* hy
M?? TRUSTEES 19
CHOOSE E* OFF?
IMPORTANT MEETING BEING
THE NEW MEMBERS
President Says Thai Meeting Here
Next Monday, Oct 5, Will Ba
' One of Great Importance
I Thc first meeting of the Andersen
County School .Trustees' Association |
to be held in the Fall Session will
take placo in, Arderson next Monday, |
at which time matters of great im
portance are to be considered.
Sneaking'? yesterday of the ooraine
meting, J. B. Pelton, county sperln
tendent of education, said that every
trustee In the county should make
every possible effort to be present and
lend his assistance with the business
Dr. W. A. Tripp, president of the
association, says that he expects tho
members to turn out as they should
and he believed that a rousing good j
meeting will take place.
This is the meeting for the cleo, ion
ot officers end in all probability that
interesting part of tho program will
attract many of the trna'ces.
The President has had the follow
ing letter prepared and will today
mail them out to >,* trustees:
' "To the Trustees bf Anderson j
"The poxt,' trustees' meeting of the
county will be held in the office cf
the County Superintendent of Edvoa-I
tlon on .Monday, Octoboer fifth. ?914,1
and this promises to hq ono or the;
best s meetings'that we h eva had,
"Thia is the time io* the election
of officers for . the com'"" year, and |
we would be glad for avery trustee
of the county to ho present
"The School Districts of tho Coun
ty that are receiving State Aid from
any cause, whatever, will make no
mistake' In being at thia meeting, as
there may be some steps taken by the
ne?t general assembly, to curtail
some of the expenses o! the state
government and we certainly do not j
want this' done in the case, of the ru- f
"We will make an. effort to have
the new members, that have been
elected, present at this meeting and
get their endorsement to tho work !
that we as a body aro doiii*?. and get
the work that we have ni ar ted car
ried on to a greater advantage to the j
public schools of this county and to
the state at large.
"Expecting to see every trustee ot I
the county present at this meeting, I
and with hope of making this, thc j
beat year in the history of the? coun
ty, I am.
"Very truly yours,
" W. A, TRIPP,
"President Anderson County Tros-j
Urge Congr?gation at St. John's !
Church Last Night.
The revival service under the aua
plcei ot St. John's Methodist Church,
had a good service yesterday. The
afternoon prayer meetings vero well
attended and there was a big congre-?
..tlon !??* *??ght: Just as there was
Following are the places of pray
er meetings for Tuesday afternoon.
These meetings all start promptly at J
4 o'clcik and last for about an hour.
The following homes have been
selected for the meeting te. be ttl A
on Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mr. J. D' .'Rust, 81t River ?trest, with
Mrs. H.' R. Wells a? worker and Rev.
D. Witherspoon Dodge as leader; at j
the home of Mr. Sam D. Harner. -41? I
Greenville street with Mrs. tL VU Bl- j
?nore sis worker and Rev. 3. W. Dan- j
ner aa leader; at tho borne of Mr.
A. L. Caudle, Cravton street wUn Mrs.
A. I* Caudle as worker Rev. >..
T. Delvin as leader ; st /the home <J j
I*. Brisaey. wita Mr\V Robinson as j
worser P. N. Barnet* as leader,
st tho hoa??a Mr. tV A. Turner, iii*
South Hain street, with Miss Leona |
Turner a? worker and Dr. . W. H.
Fraser a? leader; at tbs h6me of B. B.,
Burns. W. Hampton, with M ra. Burns
as wether and Rev. J. W. Speake ss
Weat** Are Destitute.
Washington, Sept. 28.-The Ifetgian
legation announced today that .forth sr
information pad been received of the
deplorable condition of Belgian women
td children who had taken r?tog*
_ Antwerp ead tho vicinity after h*v
ttc been driven, from their homes by
Ia the Accusation Senator Smoot
Make? Against Hb
Washington, Sept. 28.-Charging
his Dquywratlc colleagues with hand
ling tho trusta With sot?, gloved hands
and proposing that instead ot trust
exterminations 'no rude sheriff or
marshal ls to lay banda upon tue
perfumed collar pf captains of Indus
try," Senator Reed of Missouri, to
day assaulted tho conference report
on the Clayton anti-trust bill in an
The bili, as agreed to in the con
ference, he declared should bo called
the conferrcs capitulation; that in
removing criminal penulUes for va
rious offenses, the cofcrees had treat
ed with monopoly as under a white
flag and to the soothin melodies of
"peace oh earth; good will to the
"When the Clfytoii bill was first
written," ho add -I "lt was a rag
ing lion with a month full of teeth.
It has degenerated Into a tabby cat
with soft gums and a plaintive -mew.
Senator Reed insisted that the con
ferees had so destroyed the bill as
to repudiate the Democratic platform
? and the wishes of the. president ex
< pressed in his anti-trust message to
congress. . '
TO PLEASE JUDGEl
[Anderson Jurist Told Le-xmg&a|
Audience He Had Never Heard
of Such Action in Court
Evidently Judge Prince does not in
? tend that the people of " ->xington
j county shall be bored w' .a he ?*
holdlng_court, since he f . ivl g t'jem
new thuga to think a' i*# few
dayp. It ls interesting to . .aefol
lovdiug dispatch sent out SunCay from
"In the midst of at Hal !n co??* the
miicr day Judge Prince suspended for
several minutes and took occasion to
make a few remarks on tho "habits"
observed hy the Lexington people ic
the court room.
" 'Gentlemen,* said Judge Prince, 'I I
saw something happen In this court
house last night that stocked me se-j
verely. In fact, l earns Very near fall
ing over in my seat. I saw a man who
had been acquitted of a murder charge
get out of bis seat and go over to the
jury box and shake hands with every
member of tba jury. In ail my ex
perience, both nt tbe bar and on the
bench, it waa the first time I ever saw
such a disgraceful act pulled off In a
court of justice, i don't want to see
lt happen again. It certainly must
have been embarrassing to that jury.
It la always embarrassing to any hon
est man to be thanked for baring done
bis duty, and especially to an honest
juror, such aa the ju; irs of this coun
ty are presumed to be, and lt must not
occur again while I am on tho bench.
Mr. Sheriff, the next man you soe at
tempt such a thing in this court-?-oom,
during this.term of court, you arrest
him and bring him to me. I will
teach the man, lt matters not, who be
'may be,' some sr.ase. Now carry out
my lustructlons. Mr. Sheriff.*"
Another thing he called to tho' at
tention of the . ?embers of the bar: I
It bas been customary for tba attor
neys to answer all Questions tor their
clients while they are being arraign
ed and while the jurors are being se
lected. Judge Prince "cr'ied down"
a number of attorneys on this, and all
prisoners in tbe dock are made to an
swer for themselves.
Welcome Te Oar City.
New York, Sept. 28.-A cruiser; be-1
tieved to be the British Britannia, to
night joined the BrltiBh war vessels,!
which sm '0 the beglnnng of the war,
have been patrolling the New York
Tbe 8cyiMan Hordes.
Roms, Sept. ' 28.-An official dis
patch from Petrograd says that
PrxemsyQ tn Galicia ls entirely in
vested by the Russian and that the
main Austrian army ls retiring behind
? o a o' o o a ? -a a a
YET AMrTttKR ONE
Nsw C^?t?ahs',' Sept 28.-Nuu
moruus plana to remedy con
o dit lons affecting the cotton
o "situation are expected to be
o presented here tomorrow. Har
o vie Jordan, president of the
o Southern Cotton Assoc bit ion,
o said tonight the convention
a might ask the Doited Stages
o government tn return to the
o South $?6.090,000, which be
o maintained was collected from
o a tax on the staple daring sad
o just after tba War ot Secession.
?a a a a a a ,9/a a a a ; a.- p
OF THE BIG DISCUSSION!
WHICH WAS STARTED
THE PLANS DIFFER!
Some Think the State Should]
Handle the Cate
Washington, Sept. li.- Stn' 3 au
ioderal representatives of the cotton
producing statea conferred here today
and tonight without '?rrlvhjg 3t any
conclusion as to what elton lu bc (tone
for the reMef of tho ?otton growers
and manufacturers of the South from
conditions brought pn by the war in
The convention was called by a
Joint committee composad or sena
tors and representatives Of Southern
states and the governora%f the cot
ton states, attended either in person
or by representatives.
The meetings were held behind
closed doors but lt was ?understood
I that rtdlcal difference or-opinion do
velo.op j he? ween -the vf. vernors an the
congressional delegath. is to wheth
er prptttd relief shu td be glvn
proposed relief should I be given
through Mderal or state legislation.
The main proposal debated was the
plan to curtail cither the crop direct
ly or the acreage planted lu !?13. Rev
ert? proposals wera made.
Differences of opinion ccu.-red on
the question of whether Or not this
fjx should be levied by "the federal
government or that some similar
me-'ure should he taken by the legis
lature of each cotton producing
state. The difference apparently was
The only matter debated outside- ol
the proposal to limit the? .1915 crop
was Representative Henry's bill
wnich would provide forTs" govern
ment three per cent loar? to cotton
producers; the government holding
cotton as security cnt'l sueii time
the market co'jld absorb,tho surplus
lt was stottid that tho determbia*
ton or the governors to vail special
BC?S?OUB of th.? legislature ?"as ev
pressed in a resolution adopter, by the
governors before the ?fijsferesoe be
The sentiment of the resolution was
that the statea were without consti
tutional power to aid themselves in
this emergency and must look to can
gress for relief.
The conference adjourned shortly
after midnight until ll a. ra. Tues-?
day morning without .having taken
WAR WE WS
TT HIV ll ITU U
Money Harket Stronger. .
New York, Sept 28.-By reason of
Its important bearing upon the inter
national money market, today's vio
lent risc In foreign exchange on Lon
don overshadowed all Other financial
Chicago. Sept 28. -Humor of an ul
tlmaturo from Russia to Turkey was
a considerable factor ia -'.the wheat
Canucks are MafeDialng.
Ottawa, Ont, Sept 2c-~A dlstlnc
lively Frc neb-Canadian force, num
bering five thousand mea* is to he
raised for service with a British army
Children Plead For Fearc.
Now York, Sept 28.-A letter to the
children or the united ?tates asking
them to sign a petition to the rulers
of the warring nations ia Ku rope and
Asia urging peace.was issn ed today.
Mau berge Was Rased.
Paris. Sept. 28.-A resident of Mau
berge, who had been made prisoner
but lalor escaped, states, that Man
perse vs? three quarters burned by
tho Germans. Tha iortfidresisted for
ti tong time the assault*'of 40,000
London, Sept 28.-HA dispatch to the
Pally Mall from Venice; dated Sunday,
says that the French fleet at that time
had'been In action -for ; tho last 48
hours bombarding the pott of Cattaro
sud the fortified island on the Dal
rnatlon coast. _
Germans Kill Casaren.
London. Sept. 2s.--The eperatorO of
a German Zeppelin dirigible dropped a
bomb into a school house at Blelostok,
Russia, killing eleven children, ac
?ordlsg to a dispatch frosh Petrograd
to the Morning Post .
. London, Sept 28.-"Aoflerdmg to in
formation from the fruejuKp Germana
suffered enormous losaa^p the last
engagement," says Reusas** Sordea^sx
IN NEW YORK
Glynn an Whitman probably the
Choice For Governor in
Now York, Sept. 28.-Governor
Martin H. Glynn and District Attor
ney Charles S. Whitman, were lead
ing fr the Democratic nomination re
1 Ira ii gubernatorial nomi.natlous rc
npectivclyy shortly after midnight
tonight when half the Nuw York
city and a few scattered up-town re
turns had been compiled. P. M.
Davenport was leading William Sul
zer by only a ?light margin for the
Pror*"essiTe nomiuation. Janies W.
acrnu held the lead for the Demo
cratic ^ratdrlal nomination over
Fran"*!'.*! Roosevelt and William L.
Calder was ahead in tho Republican
Tammany assorted that Governor
Glynn would carry Greater New
York by more than 76,0000. As the
polls: did not close until 9 p. m., the
count was late in coming in. Some
county if-strict totals, it wa? said,
would not be known until late to
WILL BUY C0TT0I? '
(FROM TOBACCO DEALERS
American Tobacco Company's "Buy-a
Bale" Offer Helps Merchants Ia
New York, Sept. 28.--Ti.* American
Tobacco Compar ls tn Its pow
erful support, to making the "buy-a
bale-of-cotton" Idea . a success. The
plan evolved by tho Tobacco Company
will greatly help the cotton situation
In the South, while at the some time
stimulating trade through the South
ern states and so establishing confi
dence in the South's continued pros
In a letter to Ita customers, r>*ol
val 8. Hill, President of The At^eri
can Tobacco Company, makes the fol
lowing of fee: "We will purchase at
10c a pound, as many pouuds of good
mb'.Jivjg fri.m each of our customers
in the above named State?, as tho ag
gregate number of pounds ot Red J.
aud Pena's Natural Leaf plug tobac
cds. Bull Durham and Tuxedo smok
lng Tobaccos, and Sovereign Cigar
ettes (counting each thousand of Sov
ereign Cigarettes as equal to five
pounds of tobacco) shipped direct to
such consumer from Sept 29, 1914, to
Nov. 80. 1914."
This letter was sent to dealers in
Alabama, Arba! sas, Florida, Georgia,
Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina.
Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee,
mid Texas, *,o that the beneficial ef
fects of this plan wilt bc tar reach
Mr. HUI ga* * out tho following
"It ls our plan to' render uniform
help to our customers in all cotton
growing sections. ' The brands on
which we make this cotton buying of.
fer have such a large aale throughout
i??se secUons that we estimated 10,
000 bales of cotton- can' be bought by
our company under thia plan. By of
fering to buy cotton from its South
on customers the company feels lt is
rendering a service to the territory*
which deals largely with it, and is
also making a sound financial Invest
Washington, Sept 28.-There was J
tittle doubt in congressional circles 1
tonight that tho bill fur government
purchase of merchant snips would go *
over to the winter session without
Preslednt Wilson, In conferences *
with house leaders today, declared ho (
still thought it advisable to pass the '
measure Immediately and would urge j
that lt be taken op. He was told, 1
however, by both advocates and op- 1
ponente of the.project that there wes J
a powerful sentiment against begin- ?
ning consideration of tho bili at thu f
Friends advised the President that ?
a large number of the house members ?
restive over the r prolonged session J
and anxious to^get Into their home)J
districts, were strongly in favor ot j J
postponing action until next season, jj
o KENTlT/ICjr 430?S? OBY oj I
o Louisville, Ky., Sept. 28.- o.<
o Nine ot twelve Kentucky o <
o counties in which local op.lon o <
o elections ware held today j<
o voted "dry." according to of fi- o i
o dal returns tonight. Those o <
o connties voting to remain "wet** o ,<
o vere Henderson, w*th a major- o, <
o ttyy Of 1.05?; Fayette,. 3,264 o.'
o and Anderson, with 64. There o
o are 14 "wet? counties out of o 1
o 120. o
e'v -yt1- o
aase o o o oteaeoooeooa
nos OF RIBBON FOR
AWARD TO WINNERS
EVERYTHING READY FORI
THE STOCK SHOW
Anderson County People Say That]
Day Will Be Splendid Success
For AD Those Telang Part
According *o T. T. Wakefield, as
ilstant chairman on -arrangements for
\uderson county's first stock show,
which is to '.akc place here tomorrow,
axactly slxVy-two and one half yards
>f ribbon #111 bo required in order to
nake up the ribbon prises for tho
?how. Th!s estimate is based upon
ho g'vlng of four prises to each of
be 2 i classes and does not Include the
Acting In the place of John M.- Da
rli, Vir. Wakefield yesterday pur
dies* d the ribbon and made errunge
nem t for having them ready by to
llght. rae following colors v.ero se
lected: For the first prise, red; for
lecond prize, blue; for third prise, or
inge; for fourth pria;., rvalte. F.
rt. Burnett, secretary of the Anderson
IT. H. C. A. will have charge of the
..warding of the ribbons and the other
Everything seems to be complete,
ind In readiness for the show and lt
he day is fair there will be a tremen
ious attendance, since people aro coni
ng from all sections of Anderson and
The following ?pen letter baa been
??uefl^HBtAhe oommlt?? on . arrenge*
.Vo the people of Anderson :
You arc cordially Invited to. take
?art in the celebration on livestock
ind animal day here Wi?dnO>day
iroat progress is bein? made <n A*?
lerson county In livestock produc
ion and grain increased acreage. No
ino thing spells permanent success
n large letters than the constantly
crowing Interest in livestock and
(rain -in the Piedmont and in Ander
en county. The elaborate celebra
lon to be held Wednesday baa back
>f it two dominant Ideas, first, to
selebrate and congratulate the coun
y on the progress already code, and
tecondly, to instigate even greater
irogress henceforth in the dual Indus
ries of livestock and grain. Anderson
?unty now leads the state In Itve
itook and grain, bnt lt ls yet Just on
ho verge of a gigantic development.
jut us push lt on; let's get'be hind
t. There are no bard times. Bosi
;ess in good. But let's make it better
Everybody in Anderson should see
he livestock celebration and especially
he grand parade of winners to be held
luring tho races in the afternoon
Committee on arrangements
Jno. F. Davis,
IS COMING HERE
People Are Told That
They Should Strike While Iron
Ia Hot to Get Business
Pamphlets have been received In 1
Anderson from the Southern Settle- 1
sent and Development Organization, i
>f Meryiand, with home offlc*3 In Raf- i
icm rc, tn which the Maryland people
tay that the Jobbers and inanu?aciuiv 1
irs of the South, In order to get the i
louth American trade, via Panama
:anal, should take Immediate steps.
fiere-to.fore tho people of South
Vmerica have been buying exclystve
y from France and Germany hut All
he goods used tn that country ran he
manufactured here and delivered to
South America in a fortnight's time
ind at less expense.
The bnlletln advises that it ts not
locesaary for the people of the South
\o walt until all the fundamental
problems tn regard to foreign bank
ng, etc., have been sol ved. since thc
xansportatton facilities are reasona
bly fair and a good banking system,
is being worked out. The idea is to
ihip direct from Sehth Atlantic ports
ind Co tale advantage of this, sae op
portunity of a life time *o get the foi
sign business turned to the South,
i? JOBS FOB MOO o
? Montreal. Sept. ShV-Tee Can- e
s ad<SB Pacifie railroad aanouac- oj
. ed sere today tts eastern ead a
?. western lia** weald ?aaetoy *
? six ttuasaad extra asea within .
a the aext two months to relJtove e
t> distress brought about ey the o
? war la Europe, . .
GEN. CARRANA MAY NOT
ASK FOR PRESIDENCY
VILLA IS NOT
Peace Commissioners May Bring
About Solution cl AU Troubles
In the Republic
(By Associated Frons.)
Washington, Sept. 28.-Formal an?
nouncement from Geueral Villa that
ho will not be a candidato for presi
dent or vice president of Mexico was
received at the state department Mon
day through George C. CaTrothers,
consul agent at ?hlhauhau City, Thia
dispatch, Mic first to reach Washing,
ton from the interior of Mexico since
tho Villa revolt against General Car
ranza's authority as first chief of the
constitutionalists, greatly strengthen
ed' the hopes of officials here for a
peaceful adjustment of the difficulties
between tie two leaders.
Special i Ignificance was attached to
Villa's-assurance because it followed
so closely the declaration'of. .General
Carranza that he would not become
a candidate if Villa would give simi
lar promise and all the military lead
ers were eliminated as presidential
possibilities. ' , , ' ,
The state department tonight waa
without Information from Mexico City
but it ls generally believed in official
circles that If -General Carranza re
signs Thursday, as baa'been declared
be. will, the convention called by him
for that date, will na-xie as bis suc
cessor Femado Iglesia Calderon,
whose selection bas been demanded by
here tonight. were hopeful that the
peace commissioners dispatched by
Carranza and Villa to meet lu dh at
tempt to adjust, the existing difficul
ties between these two factions, would
reach a satisfactory solution ot tba
ZAPATA A FACTOR,
Southern Chief WiU Hat lc*Hg ea
Washington, Sept." I'S.-Olaeral
P?rsten, commanding the .American
forces at Vera cruz, informed the war
department that General Zapata, tho
southern re.bel leader, bad lodged a
protest with him against the surren*
aar of Vera Crux to theReransa gov
Zapata mada it plain that he did not
recognize Carranza-- as ftrot chief, ot
tho constitutionalists. Zapata's army
makes hun a factor to be reckone
Been Unking Trouble; Behold Ha
Mexico City, Sept* 28.-The pacifi
cation committee organized among;
officials here in an endeavor to ad
just difficulties between Oen. Car*
ranza and General Villa, departed to
t?ay, the ImmedlVa object ot ?vAing
the nearest point where they can con
tait the generals of the division ot
It la learned from a ?'sa nutbortty
i'nm?. t?i? OC u? ult DI* ?Ou **v*?"
Carranza and Villa surround** by
elements prejudicial to continued
peace and thst tho delegates consider
rr>o ot thel'* principal tasks -?ll be
to eliminate what they regard aa an
undeniable faction which they blame
for recent disturbance*- . v
Villa, ?geareme C?ler."
KJfM Angeles, Sept 28 -Adolfo Ca
ri?lo, Mexican representative beta,
said today he had ?e?si***Nnx?.Oe*?
eral BalUxar A. Vues. eWsT of uta
northern district ot Lower CaUfornba.
a copy of an order isaued by General
Fraucisro Vila that teorpoiHtl'ma ac*
lng fishing concassSonn on \ tba
westtern coast must alow lbw
Mexican people free use of then?. Tba
order m *?*r?ed "Francisco Vltta,
supreme chief ot tho northern dm
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Mew York. Sept itt-New York
business men interested In the "buy.
a-bale" of cotton movement met today
and organised fourteen sub-commit,
teso representing variont. trades a"d
Industries. Another, committee with
frw members was appointed to look
after tba details of tb . work.