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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 342. rTeeUy, E.tabUshed i860; D?fljr, Janis, ?1?. ANDERSON, S. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1914. $5.00 PER ANNUM PRICE FIVE CENTS
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA
?at Between t?
prising Nearly 2,<
t?*t?r*; ?s? Congres* Aifced to t
" qtieii Fe* Rotnra of Supplies
ington OfBcisis Believe <
\ ?mme??te?y Raina
Vv?BIA. S. C., Jan. ll.-(lover
ot Bieune today disbanded th* South
aroHuit <r,rganleed militia. Thirty
Be coH?^nie?> comprising approxi
mately two thob,?nxd officers and men,,
re affected.; . Disagreement between
MSrgoverhor j?nd militia and war d*
:? .hogan a
*re sent to
. secretary or
ono efdc. and
r,mmn??d him I
seat?. difference*.. 1
jr inc .roiu
Uader the law, ko obtain any gov
inspection at leasttfO<^.?rm*d and un
??ormed and drfllgl State soldier*.
Thia is on the billa of at l?ast 100
militiamen for eaca representative of
the Stat? lu eongitas, including the
senators. Uecsusqot .-' South . Caro*-,
lina'* alleged defl<^cy -tn the matter
E?GLnR? S PlEPLl i
THOUCH VERY GRATIFYING
Administration O?Bciale Unwilling
to Dise?a*Ptcliinmaxy Reply
to Any Extent
(By Aea?t?ttt? Pm*} '. ' I
WASHINGTON', Jan. H.-Ur?atj
Britain 'j? preliminary reply Lb ,'. tl)e I
Arnot lean - protest concerning neutral
commerce, though gratifying In con
cessions 't majtes, has failed* In mauy
respects to satisfy: the United States
gpMirnmeat, Officiels ronfldWIy,.
hope a complete'answer ?rill giro spe
cific information requested and clear;
up uncertainties, which, according to,,
the Washington government, stirrbuntf
th? commerc? of neutral?. -
This wa* ro vealed in high offlVal
quarters ti?ii^y, ci?hough there waa
no torroai comment When 8ir Cej?lfe
Sppirg-?if.e, the British smhassaddvt
called op Secretary Bryan to Infor*?
him that tho isrllSfih snppiewta'.?iry'.
note would ?ot he torthcomiftg for Hf
iWOtardAy*. : -Mie.-sectet H-,
evideat^in many quertera. however I j
tor wh?je tfc? note conooded thst the I j
principles expressed hy the United j i
$tates wera correct. ? ?lie statistical^
Which lt cited wore ?ig?rded as un J j
adroit offert to evade the Jagoe. "l
The general complaint of th? t?ntt-? V
j od Stau? is that GfcAjt Britain doe* #
not square the practice of it?, fleet S,1
with utterances ?? its foreign omeo, r
Tho United Statue, it is pointed ?ut^ T
h?s^?to?eav.ored unrueoesaiully to qb- 1
mies and ex
ins have beenl
wen met . with J
... : .!
c. s. ?*a*
_:- ' ' ~ -~ I
*, 'MBBR " - ? ? ?
' 4 9
/K: ;v-, ? -. I
? ' ' y- -
are the viewsof three very
lit mon. on prosperity- '
atm A. Edison, who af tor the |
in* ot a $2,000,000 plant Is not
uragedi Judge. E. H. Gary, I
usn. of the. - board ? of directoral
-Steel Trust, and- James A.
1, president of it and ?xecu
over 150,000 workers.
is what Mr. Edison had to
about worry in connection with
nen any one talks about worry
;ht apply* my new standard of |
Just think of thc kaiser, nov
the defensive, with nearly 900 j
of battlefront, ail told, on the
and west. "Why the average j
worries sink into Insignificance
ired to this. Another standard
?isMter ' is Belgium-little, gritty
has surprised me to see how
leans have become weak-kneed I
this war. They seem to be
bken with a sort of commercial
tlysis. They wast td get out and
?ething; now is the opportune
Why, you eau put a building
(leaper . today ... thasf you could
the war, and yet many of
-supposed good business men will
until the war ls over as a
of prosperity and pay more for
building. Tho wise man willi
?re now for the boomv In tradn
vre will soon experience nnd
i will be tremendous^after the
.not expect, rapid, but I ? do
steadily sustained Improve
UNDER ARREST I
Genius of a Band of
i Committed to Tombs
ia Default of Bail.
r <Bjr it*tv?\nUsa fttttO
Iff YORK,;j??. ll - Mrs. Sophia
kpowri to tho pollen as ' tho
Quern" w&s tau<m from tbs
idila, which docked
t&*ryV"arid arr?ate? aa thc g?i?
gtulu? of a bond of alleged Opium
glers of whom .? mon have boon
|aed In Nov York. Chicago nnd
Francisco. .Thd' warrant for her
gea conspiracy ?? smuggle .yplem
thc United States. She was ar
med before a United States com
Sinner and committed to the
abs in default of $15.000 bail,
tdwta M. Stanton, assistant fed
who .arrested her. said,
ged with being the
t of a group of opium
ih headquarters tn
ment during 1915,". Mr. Farrell of the
Steel .Trust told a Pittsburgh audi
pnce. Mc in slated that a period of
renewed prosperity . was about to
begin. Inasmuch ss the steel busi
ness has for- years been a barometer
of genoral business, the statement of
Mr. Farrell wa? considered ot much
*3rhiB country should be prosper
ous all the time," was the opinion
of Mr. Gary. . "There . should be
plenty ot worte 'or ail who deserve
to have workT Neither tho capi
talist nor the poor man, the em
ployer nor the employee, has good
reason for discouragement In this
country. It ls to be * resetted
that there are so many Idle men
at the present timi, and evory rea
sonable effort should be given them
to find employment. S have great!
hopes that the number of unem
ployed in this country wi il grow j
less and less, notwithstanding ' lt
may be expected, us a consequence
tiie wnr, immigration wilt in
crease. The opportunities of the j
United Btates for succ?s In every '
United States for success In every j
'lt remains with us to take ad-1
vantage, of these .eircumxtances. Wo j
should become and remain- the lead
ing nation of the world, financially, I
industrially, and commercially, and, j
with this foundation, there should be
no limit to our prosperity, our in.
"fluence. ?ur material and mer ..J
strength and growth or our hap
First G. O. P. Governor ol Ohio!
in Nine Years Takes
(By yAattiaUd Tltm.'t
COI.UMBi'?, O., Jan. ll.-Frank B.
Wilna, of Ada, Ohio, former congress
man and college professor, was in
augurated today as the first Republi
can governor of Ohio since Myron T.
Herrick, former ambassador - to1
France, left the office.nine yearra|&i
Other new lie publican officials are
Lieutenant Governor John H. Ar
nold. Secretary of Slate Charles" Q.
Hildebrand Attorney General Ed
ward C. Turner and SUte Treasurer
Rudolph W. Archer*.
Shortly, ofter Governor Willis had
taken th? oath ot office, :s bslloon
?tpK; liebig fired by. militiamen, ex
ploded prematurely, _ perhaps fatally
injuring Lieutenant Colonel ?eorge
H. Zweroer. of Columbus, A' member,
lot the Ohio National Guard,
Onls Sporadic Fighting 1
Battle Front? and A!m?
by Artillery--Rain a
tempts at Majteuv
Just as Rumors Persisted for Dayt
War So Rumors Now Cont ?
There ?s Strong Feeling tn
Definite Action Will N
(By AMocUUd Proaa.)
LONDON. Jan. IL-Only a change
in tfae weather or entrance into the
war of Rumania or Italy, or both, ls
likely to bring about any marked
change in the. military situation In
Europe for some time to come.
The belief ls growing in countries
allied against Germany. Austria and
Turkey, that Rumania with her Weil
trained army ot not less than 400,000
men soon will throw herself into the
conflict. This, in effect, would link
Rumania with the extreme Russian
left now forcing its way into Hungary
Taking into consideration the Ser
vian and Montenegrins, tills would
form a line menacing AuatrlarHnn
gary along the entire southeastern
frontier from Rusais to the Adriatic.
Just as rumors persisted for days
erttfr to Turkey's entrance Int* th?
war so .ramara, now center about Ru
m eula And y^aty,TTf1'ilff'.ia^i ff irrg
ing among the general public in
France and England that deSnlte ac
t/on win not loni be delayed.
Meanwhile ths armies already In
the field la the east *nd weat remain
virtually ?esaiocana. in Alsace the j
French continue, by sapping and spo
radic charging, attempts to force their
way nearer the Rhine, but neither sids
claims any new progress. Tba Ger
mans threw heavy reinforcements Into
Alsace after the recent French ad
vance and apparently they have held
their ground, in view of the failure
of the French to consolidate positions
they took after much hard lighting.
With a comparativo lull tn thia quar
ter and artillery duela predominating
near the Belgian coast, fighting of a
desperate character has broken out In
the center, notably to the northeast
cf SclssvuS, which, through bombard
ments, seems likely to suffer the fate
of Rheims, and farther east, in the vi
cinity of Perthes and Beausejour,
from which points the Allies have
been trying to reach the important
railway to the north, the seizure of
whtcn would cut one of the German
main arteries of communication.
Official communications do not
agree aa to the outcome of the recent
.".7; - : , " ., .:, ? ,' " 'i 'i-r
WER HAMED HS
PRESIDENT PRO TEM
Georgetown Senator Unanimous- j
ly Selected by tko Caucus of
Special te Th* InWHiSsaw.
COLUMBIA, Jan. ll.-Senator Le.
Grand Walker ot Georgetown was to
night unanimously selected as presi
dent pro tem of the senate by the
gueus of hold-over senators. Sena
r Walker ls the veteran Lu point of
service, having been a member of
that body for twenty years. The fol
lowing senators were named ss chair
men of the committees designated:
Finance, Christensen of Beaufort;
juaiefcary,. carlisle of Spartaatmrg;
Agriculture, Allan Johnstone ?* New- '
! berry Banking sad Insurance, Ltde I
of Orangeburg; Education. Shakier of
Charleston ; Railroad?, Appelt of
Clarendon; Incorporations. Ketehln
of Fairfield; Manufacturers. Earle of
Qrse^viftffK.^MiUbary. taney ot Chas?
ter field; Mles, Manning of Dillon:
Police, Sharpe of Lexington.
Senator Walker -will succeed the
late Senator Hardin of Cheater as |
president pro tem.
The caucus was held tn the supreme !
court room. Senator Black presiding j
and Senator Lida acting as secretary.
The nominations will lie confirmed by
the full senate which m esta tomorrow
at noon. 1
v Other attaches r f the senate will be j
! re-elected trttho'it opposition.
Bryan and Minister s^engfreu, ot Bwe
Amtp tod*'/ *xchaag*^>faitt ? ralr~
tions of the peace oosMMealon t
between the United States sad
? OF VALSE
? EITHER Sil
6 Taking PlWa oh the
Mt AU of Th? h Dcnz
nd Mud Hamper At
art in Low Lying
. Prier to t?lnr> P?iiijrtil?.'.l*?
. !We* toe/l^J
Frunce and England THitt
ot Be Lotta- DeJkve?.
fighting in these areas Toe AWec
claim to bare forged a%ead train,
sons; the Oe rinses say these at
have not been fruitful and that
lag la proceeding.
The Allies contend flatt they biara
advanced north oi Perthes and ?till
hold the ground af BeauLj?ur:t?.tft?-'
north and east. The German* mate no
mention of fighting nort?? of Perta
but maintain tbst they have Adv**
east of the village. The fighting la i
vicinity; of Buauseioor, which r
iles consider so Important, they
-either East Prussia
any change - I
Mt l i
ago they '< _v
old. It is con?:
that virtually the *Jiu.
ls In Russian hands ?n_
rsnehing London- frota -Bi
inst thousands of fugitive
territory are ?rotsjog tu*
frontier, some of them pt
lt ii sn ia* dev
from the ^cupatton of Bukowina ?:
interest is now vontered, aa it Is be
lieved to, have an Imtuodfate bsering
on the Rumanian situation.
7 British military expert*, concrete;
there is a virtual deadlock elsewhere,
ere marking ?ms p??i?i?g in* erm?.
Little enthusiastic Information ha?
been received regarding th* Turkit?
army in the Caucasus sloe? Russia
dealt lt such a heavy blow. Italy. e?
tvwdlng to latest reports, i? resilttg
troops to her islands lc the Aegean
Sea off the coast of Asia Minor so she
may be prepared for ?y?n?aatl?e*V
The report that Turkey wa? prep**^
lng to Invade Egypt" with a esme*1
corps is followed tonight by a report
that Turkey has abandoned; this en
terprise, fearing the dt**mbarkstioti
ot troon* In Syria, which would
threaten her line of corotonhicAUon.
Cannot Be imitant)
AbsenU Herself From Moot
to Boar a CW
_ _ (Br sieMsfHed- tim.')
ALBANY, N. Y., Jas tl.-A. teach*?
may not be dismissed because ste ak
senu herself from tte publie sehoole
to bear a child. Commissioner Joan
H. Finley, of theteiaie detriment ?*
education, decided today. Tte *ecta>'
lon definitely daterai*** th? ?tat?a
of mothef-teach*rs i? jtttw Tort
Sute, as under existing laws, tte*? la
ftc decision. *^*'r*.'*'***' ;**-* **.*??
get Pelxotto, a Uac'ber, who teeameX
mother while absent without tsar*
and who was dismissed hy the New
York etty board of education tor ncc*
lect of duty.
Mrs. Pelxotto, who wag d'-t&tssed
In April, 1913, carried ease to tte
courts and th* co ot appeals, ?*.
cided tte question re**** with thc
commissioner of education.
Returned in Weet
. toi II II nn??t m i
WASHINGTON, Jan. it. -
has returned to tte .west, kccorAln*
to Secretary McAdoo, woo 'got te?*:
to WaijhloLton twday from a ?rip to
the Pacific coast. Mr. Mc?doo said to
night he wu? eortctneed that bnsiner*
condition*! w*r* imorovlmr.