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$500 IN THOS
MEMORALIZE GOV. MANNINr.
TO SUPPLEMENT THIS
SUM WITH $250
OF THE ALDERMEN
Held Yesterday Morning at IO
O'clock and Important Mat
At a special meeting of city council
yesterday morning ut IO o'clock a
number of mattera were transacted,
the most important of which was the
adoption of a resolution authorizing
Mayor J. ii. Uodfrev to offer a reward
of $r?oo "for the apprehension, with
evidence to convict, of the person or
persons who attacked and injured
Thomas M.I Dodd," the uged Confed
erate Veteran who died Tuesday
morning at 12:40 o'clock, at the An
derson County Iloap'tal, of injuries
Bustalned when he was brutally as
saulted late lam Saturday afternoon,
by a party or purtles as yet unknown,
in his little grocery shop on East
Ask Stute For Reward.
Council also ineinorultzed Governor
r< chard I. Manning to supplement the
reward offered by city council with
one from tito Statu of $250. In adopt
ing thir resolution council made it
known thut the reward could not
be collected by unv State, county or
city officers, whose duties contemplute
thc enforcement cf the law and the
apprehension of crim?nala. Up until
u late hour yesterday no reply had
been received from the governor, as
he was out of the city. H's prlvato
secretary wired back, however, that
the matter would he placed before
tho governor upon his return from
Text of RcNolntlon.
Mayor godfrey In calling the meet
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND S i OP CATARRH
Tells Bow To Open Clogged Nos
trils and End Head-.Colds.
You feel fine In a ' few moments.
Your cold lu head or catarrh will be
gone. Your clogged - : nostrils will
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ly. No moro dullness, headache; no
hawking, snuffing, muscoua discharges
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Tell your druggist yon want a small
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a
little ot this fragrant, antiseptic
cream In your nostrils, let lt peno-1
trato through every air pasaage of
the head; soothe and heal the swol
len, luflamed mucous membrane, and'
'relief comes Instantly.
, it is just what avery cold and
catarrh sufferer needs. Dont stay
stuffed-up and miserable.
"YOUR PHOTO ON
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Printed full size on best ma
terial. Guaranteed first'class and
up to the minute.
Kodak Printing, from your
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size. I Pictures from any size film
5 cents each.
5x7 prints as above to cents
Free. No charge for develop
ing your film.
On The Square*
"TB" FOR TIRED
SORE, ACHjHG FEET
Ah! what relief. No more tired feat;
, no more burning feet, swollen, bad smell
ing, sweaty feet. No more pain In corns
callouses or bunion?. No matter what
aila your feat
or what under
the sup you've
Just nae ?TIZ."
out ?U Ute poi
'jj ?omni? exuda
tions which puff
np the feet)
"TIZ" ia mag
ical; "TI V X*
grand f "Tiff*
tv?U eure your
foot troubles so
vonni never Ump or draw up your fae?
in pain. Your shoes won't seem tight
and your feet will never, never hurt or
nore, ?wollen or ?.'red.
Get a 25 eenk Iv. at any drug or
department atore, and get relief.
lng of ?uiiin.ii niete?! liiui innuenuui
citizens liad approached him ami
.stated that they were looking to city
council to take drastic Bt?-ps to break
up the flawlessness which has been
going on in the city during the past
HO hours. The mayor stated that ll?
had requested City Attorney Sullivan
to draft a resolution authorizing him
to offer this .eward.
.The text of the resolution authoriz
lng the mayor to offer the reward, a?
made bv Alderman Carter, ls as foh
Resolved, Hy the mayor anti alder
men of th?' city of Anderson. South
Carolina) In council assembled.
First: That the mayor of the city
he and he >is hereby authorized'and
empowered to offer reward of not ex
ceeding Five Hundred Dollars ($000)
for the apprehension of the Blayei
or slavers of Thomas M. Dodd with
evidence sufficient tQ convect of tin
Second: That the mayor be au
thorized to memorialize Governoi
Manning to supplement this reward
so thal thc amount of reward will bc
sufllolent to attract detectives from
Telegram to Governor.
Shortly after the meeting of city
council the following telegram wa:
dispatched to Governor Manning:
Gov. Richard I. Manning.
Columbia. S. C.
Thomas .M. Dodd, nged Confederate
veteran assassinated here on Satur
day. Feb. twentieth, and seemingly no
clue to guilty parties. City council
has offered reward of fivo hundred
dollar) for apprehension with evi
dence to convict of guilty party or
! parties. In order to ntt/act detectives
from outride the State, city council
requests that you offer reward of two
hundred and fifty dollars In addition
to that offered bv city If you can do
so consistently with your policy. Our
reward excludes State, county and city
offtrers whose duties contemplate the
enforcement of the laws and tho ap
p.'chen ?! criminals. Please An
J. H. Godfrey. Mayor.
Solicitor to Assist.
j Solicitor K. P. Snutli statod that he
would urgo the governor to offer the
reward a - ked for by city council, and
that he stood re adv and anxious to
?do all within his power to bring tho
person or persons guilty of Mr. Dndd's
death to trial.
Supervisor J. Mack King stated he
hod made an investigation to seo
whether tho county commissioners
had power to offer a reward for the
apprehension of a criminal in a case
II'..?- thia, but found no law giving thia
i authority. .He stated that If a statute
could be found giving the board this
authority be would be willing to see
? a reward of f 100 offered.
WILLS A M FA BN UM
IN ELABORATE FILM VERSION
Of Wilson Barrett's Inspiring Brama,
MThe Sign of the Cross.*'
WPllam Farnum. the prominent
American star, and an exceptionally
able supporting company, including
hundreds of people, are presented In
tho Famous Playera Film company's
mammoth five-port producers of
Wilron Barrett's sublime and famous
drama, "The Sign of the Cross." the
Paramount feature at the Paramount
This great Ulm attraction ls conced
ed to be the foremost dramatic spec
tacle ever produced In America. The
note of solemn reality that pervades
the story, the gentle malden martyr's
last momenta on earth, and the atmos
phere of unassailable purity, simplici
ty and faith which dominate the cru
cial r.cenea of the drama, make the
subject one of the tenderest portray
als of a noble story ever presented to
the motion picture public.
Tho filb makeB a deep and abiding
tmpression. In the pictures of the In
spired martyre going gladly to their
doom; of the shrinking, terrified boy.
strengthened crown: of the final trial
and temptation of the Christian girl,
and lastly in the triumphant calm of
the lost moments of tho woman and
the man, strong '.n faith and tove,
everything ls so beautifully felt, so
simply conceived, so classically treat,
cd. that the appeal of the subject
Tho noble theme, the masterly
handling, the reverenco for sacred
things, the solemn pathos, the tender
symbolism, the classic reserve of the
concluding scenes, have all been dwelt
upon with generous eulogy by wrilera
of every school and divines of every
church. It la felt that as a work of
art. the true universality ot Christian
worship hss been expressed with un
The superb construction of the
photoplay, .the- Immense numbera that
throng the scenes, the continuous ap
peal to the emotions, the.sympathy
with which the various characterisa
tions have boen -delineated* distinguish
the subject, and .make it one .'J-at will
never be forgotten.
William Farnum as Mamie knper
bus. supplies, the greatest characteri
zation of hts brilliant care?r. Rosina
Henley as Mercls. the Christisn maid,
symbolizes all the firm faith and
heroic courage with which that char
acter ls endowed. As Berenice, a
patrician roman woman. Ethel Gray
, Terry conducts herself commendably,
Sheridan ' Block makes a cruel but
truthful Nero, and Ula Barclev ably
suggests the selfishness and vain
glorious attitude ot Poppaca. his
wife. . Giorgio! Majeronl as Tlgelllnus,
and Rlensi de Cordova is Phllodemus
are artistic and effective In their roles,
and Ogden Child gives a forceful and
sympathetic rendltio nor the tortured
Christian boy.? All tbs other charac
ters ere consistently able in thal?
Interpretations, and the cast may be
sahl to be one of the most notant*
ever included In a film production.
2 MOUNTED POUCE TO
PATROL JCITY^AT NIGHT
EXTRA POLICEMEN WILL BE
EMPLOYED ON SATUR
DAYS AND SUNDAYS
TO SUPPRESS EVIL
City Council Determined to Break
Up Lawlessness at Any
Detei mined to suppre* j luwleua
ness in the city so fur as lies within
their power, city council, in special
Kennion yesterday morning lor the
i purpose of authorizing the offering
! of u reward for the slayer of Thomas
M. Dodd, instructed Chief of Police
Sammous tn place two of his men on
horseback and have them patrol the
city from dusk io daylight, begin
ning last night.
Thc horse used by the chief and the
one used by the street overseer will
be used for the night patrol duty.
Private Drlskell. who haa been serv
ing as call man for some time, will be
detailed for regular patrol duty. The
second patrol man will be selected
from night to night from the remain
in f,r members of the police force.
Council also authorized Chief Sam
mons to employ un extra policeman, to
be placed on duty ut 1 o'clock Saturday
afternoon und remain on duty until
1 o'clock Sunday morning, every
week. This extra mun will be de
tailed for duty in Ward G. The or
der will he lu Torce until revoked by
The aldermen believe that by
mounting two of tbe police men and
having them patrol the city at night
on horseback will huve some effect in
reducing lawlessness, a ?wave of
which has been going on in the city
for the past few days.
MAY VOTE IN
COLLISON AND TROY
New Precincts Provided For Vot
ers in New County
(From the Greenwood Journal.)
Voting precincts at B. C. Talbert's
atore in Troy township and T. H.
Bell's In ('allison township were Pro*
vldcd by the General Assembly at Its
recent session through the efforts of
Representative J. K. Durst...
This was done, lt is said. In order
that the citizens of Collison . and
Troy townships may have voting
places in case the Supreme Court or
ders another election for McCormick
county. It ls intimated that such a
decision may be reachded by the court
since the principal grounds of the
contest are that the people of these
two townships were not given the
privilege of voting In the election
If the court does not order another
election .t ls likely the two new pre
cincts will be? abolished at the next
session of the General Assembly.
II K PB 1'RN RATE LAW
Given Interpretation Yesterday by
voy ?Mwctatad nim.t
WASHINGTON. Feb. 23.-The Hep
burn rate law was interpreted by the
supreme court today as authorizing
the interstate commerce commission
to award damages to shippers for un
fair rates and discriminations, no mat
to rat what date arising, provided
claims were .filed before August 28,
1907, which the court held was the
date the act went Into effect.
The court held that Henry K. Meek
er, a New Coal dealer, was entitled
to $116,000 damages from the Lehigh
Valley railroad for claims dating back
to 1900. Thousands ot other claims
were file dwlthbln the first year after
the rate law went Into effect. In the
Meeker case, the railroad sought to
limit recovery to claims within two
years before passage of the act.
RID STOMACH OF
"Pane's Diapapam" ends all stom
ach distress in five
You don't want a slow remedy when
your stomach ts bad-or an uncertain
one-or a harmful one-vour -stomach
ls too valuable; you mustn't Injure it
with drastic drugs.
Rape's Dlapepsln ls noted for Its
speed In giving relier; Its harmless
ness; Its certain unfailing action in
regulating sick. sour, gassy stomachs.
Ita millions of cures tn indigestion,
dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach
trouble haa made it famous the world
Keep this perfect stomach .doctor In
your home-keep lt handy-get a
largo fifty-cent case from any drug
store gad titan If anyone should eat
something which doesn't agree with
them; If what they eat lays like lead,
ferments and son rs and forme aaa;
causer headache, dlssiuess and nau
sea; eruot-?Mons of add ead undigest
ed food-remember as soon as Pepe's
Dlapepsln comes In contact with the
stomach all such distress vanishes.
Ita promptness, certainty and ease In
overcoming the worst stomach disor
k dara ht a revelation to those who try
it, , , . _ "
NO DEVELOPMENTS IN
DODD MURDER MYSTERY
NO MORE ARRESTS HAVE
Services Will Be Keld at House.
Interment at Flat Rock.
An Inquest Today.
Funeral services ot Mr. Thomas M.
Dodd, the aged Coiifad* rate veteran
who died Tuesday morning at 12:40
3'clock a; the A ml M :,-.<!; County Hos
pital of wounds Inflicted late Satur
luy afternoon by an unknown person
who assaulted him in his little
grocery shop in East Hampton street,
will he held this morning at 10 o'clock
at the residence, on East Hampton
Hti-eet. Interment will he nt Flat
Hock church. The pallbearers are:
D. H. Russell, R. A. Mayfield, J. H.
Anderson. Tom Norris. J. A. Brock
and John Hroyles. The funeral ser
vices will be conducted hy the Rev.
Witherspoon Dodge, pastor of Central
Presbyterian church, assisted by Dr.
John F. Vnies, pastor of First Baptist
Inanest (o Rr Held.
Coroner Harden yesterday morning
impanelled a Jury and had them view
the remains a' the undertaking par
lors of Hleckley and Heard. The Jury
then repui.-ed to the sheriff's ?office at
the courthouse, where they decided to
adjourn until 2 o'idocltVWednesday
afternoon. This action wfFt taken at
the suggestion of Sheriff Aslfa'y, who
desired to do some more Investigat
ing of the matter before the Juryut^nt
lnl> tho Inquiry. ,
The following havo been selected
as turora: R. M. Pruitt, foreman;
F. M. Carter, Isham McGee. Tom Nor
ris, Oscar Palmer. J. D. Lindsay.
No Further Arrests.
Sheriff Ahsley, who has been hard
at work on the case since Mr. Dodd
was found in n dying state in his lit
tle store Saturday afternoon, stated
last night that be made no further
arrec?s, the negroes Will Chapman
and P. L. Burris?, who \ver<? arrested
Sunday and Monday, respectively, be
ing tho only on?? In custody at pres
Tho sherlif stated that he had noth
ing to give out for publication nt this
time concerning what progress he and
his assistants are makins in ferret
ing out the murderer of Mr. Dodd.
AT THE THEATRES. .to
oo0 ooo noonoo o o o o ooo
Despite inclement * Weather.' '"The
Anderson" enjoyed liberal patronage
yesterday afternoon'and evening. The
orchestra of the newest motion pic
ture theatre in Anderson is proving
a drawing card, und lhere is no get
ting around the fact that lt is hard to
beat in this part -of the country.
For today the management of "The
Anderson" 1B offering h splendid* and
tastefully arranged program, the fea
ture of which la a three-reel Essanay
drama, "Thirteen Down,'* featuring
Francis X. Bushman and Beverley
Bayne. Other good things on the
program today are: Alfred Vosburg
and ! Geo. Stnntley In a Vitagraph
western entitled "Everything Against
Company;" Romaine Fielding and
Louise Huff in a two-reel Lubln
f outhorn drama "'The Grip of the
Past;" and a Lu bin comedy- entitled
"A Troublesome Cat." ,
The drawing card at The Para
mount for today is "The Sign of the
Cross." featuring William Farnum. A
better way to put this would be Wil
liam Farnum fxaturing "The Sign ot
the CrosB," for its dollars to dough
nuts that the piece wouldn't on'worth
a shuck without William Farnum.
An Anderson man who had the pleas
ure last winter, of seeing William
Farnum enact a scene from' Vtrglnus.
while touring the country with Lil
lian Russel, declared It one of the
rarest treats of his life.
People, old pi opie, young people,
middle aged people, flocked to The
Paramount through the slush yester
day to see Cinderella, with dainty,
lovable little Mary Pickford in the
title role. This firm was shown Mon
day and Tuesday at this classic
theatre, the attendance Monday ' be
ing estimated at 2,(100,
Yesterday's offerings at The Bijou
Included "The Girl ot the Secret Ser
vice." a two reel Gold Seal drams
featuring Grace Cunard; "Ali Over the'
Biscuits." a Nestor comcviy. featuring
Lyons and Forde. Today.the program'
at tbls popular theatre iwciudes: "Her
Bargains." a two reel Blg-U. featuring
Sidney Ayers; "The Butchers Bride,"
a LKO comedy.
The Palmetto contlnhuee to draw
large crowds with "The Winning
Girls," who yesterday presented
another excellent tab. The singing,
dancing, costumes and general ap
pearance of these lassies are hard
to beat, and altogether it ls proving
one ot the most popular troupes ever
brought to the Palmetto. Pleasing
motion pictures are offered every day
along with the other feature.-?.
23 REGISTERED FOR
OR. R. F. DIWER PROCURED
THE FIRST CERTIFICATE
HOURS BOOKS OPEN
Supervisor Dickson Will Open
Books at 9 a. m. ?nd Close
Them at 4 p. m.
The first day of registering for the
special municipal election to be held
on March 16 on the question of is
suing $100,000 of bonds for street
paving purposes saw 2.", registration
All wards of the city were repre
sented among the applicants for reg
istration certificates, and Ward 1 had
a long lead over any of the others.
The distinction of procuring the
first certificate goes to Dr. R. F. Dlv
ver. In applying for his certificate Dr.
Divver gave his age as 75 years.
The certificates issued yesterday
divided among thc several wards as
follows: Ward one, 9; Ward two, 2;
Ward three, 2; Ward four. 4; Ward
five. 2; Wnrd six. 4.
The supervisor of registration, T. P.
Dickson, announced yesterday that
thc books of registration will bc open
from 9 a. ra. to 4 p. m.. at his ofnee
over the old postoffice building.
The qualifications for registering
are as follows:
1. Production of a certificate of
registration from the registration of
ficer of the county as an elector at a
precinct included in thc-city in which
the voter desires to vote.
2. Residence in the State for two
years, in the county for one year and
i; ullin tho corporate limits of the city
at Teviot four months before the spe
cial eleceJSP- on March 16th next, ex
cept that mftfAsiers in charge of or
ganized churches*YW?d teachers of
public schools shall 'fl^-^jUltled to
. eglster and vote after six "?lHtNfr?
residence in tho State it otherwise
3. Proof of payment of all taxes
State, county and municipal far the
nrevlous year. The receipt of the of
ficer authorized to collect such taxes
is conclusive proof of the payment of
Buch taxeB. The term "previous year"
means the State and county tax for
1914, which ls now toing collected by
the county treasurer.
It will not be necessary to have
1915 city tax receipts. Recclots Is
sued by the etty treasurer 1914 city
taxes will be tho ones required.
AT CONCORD SCHOOL
Delightful Washington's Birthday
Program Rendered Monday > \
Special exercises in honor of Wash
ington's birthday were held Monday
evening at Concord school.' being fol
lowed'by a delightful box party, from
which a neat sum was realized, to be
used tn making various Improvements
shout the school.
The work of the pupils participating
In the program showed the result of
hard and efficient training at the hands
ot Mrs. Carrie C. Griffin, the teacher.
A large audience was present and the
evening was greatly enjoyed.
The .followtnu program was carried
Song-Ode to Washington.
Recitation-Washington's Life, by
Song-Washington's Christmas par
Reading-The Veron Tribute.
Song-Mount Veron Bells.
Song-Once More We Celebrate.
Pasaos H Actress Resting Well After
Removal af Right Limb.
(By AaodaUd hm)
BORDEAUX, via Paris, Feb. 23_
The condition of Sarah Bernhardt,
whose tight leg was amputated yester.
day in a-hospital here, continues very
good, according to the following bul
letin, signed by the attending physi
cian, and laaued at 5 o'clock thia oven.
"Temperature and pulse excellent.
The condition of Mme. Sarah Bern
hardt continues very good."
Surgeons and nurses present at the
operation express themselves aa deep
ly im pressed by the calm courage with
which the famous v tragedlen ne faced
the ordeal. Before the anasethtlc was
administered she asked permission to
embrace her eur., Maurice.
The operation proper lasted 19 min.
iKea and the leg was. removed above
the knee. She W.'H be kept absolute
ly quiet for three, weeks and thea.
will be removed to Andemos, near
?AV ABANDON FIGHT
Indications Are Johnson Will Net Oe
fBy. Aaaoctatcd Praw.)
HAVANA, Feb. *S.-Ail indications
point to the probability that Jack
Johnson will abandon for ?the pres
ent ills Intention to proceed to Tam
pico that he may reach J nares for
Lia fight with Jess Willard.
No reply came today to Johnson's
cable message to General Von oat fane
Carranca requesting Carrnnra'c per
mission for him to pass through the
Constitutionalist ' lines, but Johnson
believes the difficulties of transpor
tation to Juares from Tampico would
Wednesday* Feb. 24th
Avm vt??, /k on ? m * mm s% wv ? w? wn * i~.n,Tf?t
UUK rKUliKAW 1UUA? lo I
2 Reel Eetanay.
A thrilling story of the U. S. Secret Service, featuring the
world's most popular photoplayers, FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN
and BEVERLY BAYNE. This picture is excellent.
"EVERYTHING AGAINST HIM"
A good Western Drama, The leading players are ALFRED
D. VOSBURGH, GEO. HOLT and GEO. STANLEY. "They
would make any picture first-class. ^
"THE GRIP OF THE P?ST"
2 Reel Lubin.
Thia production will please. It is a good Southern Drama
and has many thrills. ROMAINE FIELDING and LOUISE
HUFF handle the principle roles.
"BRANNIG AN'S BAND"
"A TROUBLESOME CAT"
This is n very laughable comedy. The children will enjoy
it immensely. Send them to see H. _______
Our Orchestra is the Sensation of Anderson.
Hear it-It CaiVt be Surpassed. .
(OTHERS TRY TO IMITATE, BUT CAN'T)
ADMISSION, - - - - Sc and 10c
Matinee 2:30 P. M. ?We Do Not Close For Supper
X COMING FRIDAY
_?r )figP\OFFICIAL VOrff
Investigating Costs of
Producing Crops at Belton
MON. A. G. SMITH AND OTHER SOUTHERN EXPERTS ENGAG
ED IN MAKING INVESTIGATION ON BELTON
Hon. A. G. Smith, agriculturist. In
marge of farm management In this
State, and the other Southern agents,
ire spending a few weeks at, and tn
hu vicinity of Belton. The puprpose
>f the visita of these gentlemen is to
nakcs an investigation into tho matter
>f costs of production of crops In the
Piedmont section of South Carolina,
vbich is very similar to'the hill coun
try In other Southern states. With
.his in view'all the Boutirir agents
ire assembling at Belt and they
ire working out the plans of applying
ills cost system In their own states.
They are making a thorough investi
gation and are taking a complete cen
lus of more than a hundred farms
n the vicinity of Belton for the pur
pose of arriving at the exact cost of
production of a pound of cotton, a
lushcl of corn or oats. These gentle
nen will be engaged in this work for
ibout two weeks longer, snd when
:hey have gotten through with their
n ves tigat lons they will issue a bol
et?n, which will give wide publicity
o their findings. In this bullomin
viii be fourni suggestions for improv
lng conditions, and for lessening the
cost of ' production. ?j
"Belton was selected os a place for
making this investigation/' said Mr.
Smith, "because we thought the farms
in this section awe nearly*/ rspre
? seated the great PiedmJnt country,
and because of the fact-that we be
lieve we should And mere' data here
of the kind we need. We aro not con
fining our Investigation ta any one
class of farmers." continued Mr.
Smith, "but we are fttvestigiUng the
Condition of farmers^ in ?avery class,
the owner of a plantation, the tenant,
the well to do and the poor farmer."
Mr. Smith ls in charge of this work
and announces that it is the first of
its kind ever done In the United Sta'.es,
He is of the opinion that this is the
beginning of some of the most im
portant and helpful work yet done
for the farm;'?-?, of the country, and
that it will be most beneficial and
necessary information upon which to
base a decision as to the kind of crop
to plsnt. The farmers of Belton are
lending every assistance in pursuing
NEUTRALS ARE HARDEST HIT
(CONTINUED PROM PAOB ONE.)
eyed by unfavorable weather,. but
here still is no news of the effect of
Saturday's bombardment, which was
n progress when the first report was
On land, the Allier, in the West again
lave stayed their offensive, which had
is its object the relieving ot the pres
iure on Russia, The belief in military
.ircles here Ia that Russia has check
id the Austro-German offensive op
sratlons at their end of the long line
md therefore the necessity no longer
.xisted for the Allies to make their
tffort before, thy were* fully prepared:
There, however, has boen some
ightlng near the coast, at Ypres In the
Champagne district, where the French
ire attempting to push the Germans
Mick from Rheims and relieve 'thai
illy from tho bombardment which lt
?a*, again undergone, ana in the Woe
rre md Vosges districts. At none of
hese points has a battle of any dl
nensloua been fought, although tire
> pe rations In Alsace, taken as a
vholo, ar? of considerable importance.
Fighting is going on along virtually
he entire Russian front, but the re
torts of tbs general staffs give little
>r no Information op the progress ot
he campaign. The Russians, who
tove been strongly reinforced since
heir defeat In Vast Prussia, have
cached their nrepored positions bo
ween the fortresses of the provinces
if Viln? and Grodno and offering
trohg realstapce to the Germans who
ire greatly hampered by the, terrible
ondulons of the roads.
To the south of the lower Vistula
b? Russians attacked the German's on
he Hawks River, but, according to the
lerra sn account, they were repulsed.
?hey also are active In western Gall
la, while In the Carpathians the lons
drawn out battles continue, without
cither Bldt gaining definite advantage.
It ls reported that tho Germans have
sent luther reinforcements -to thia
region, which la likely, because, for
political reasons, the Russians must be
kept out of Hungary
The Russians, too, ara making'a
stand In the crown land of Bukowina
and correspondents on the Rumainlan
frontier report that the Austrians
who advanced beyond Csernowltx, the
capital, have been driven back to that
city. A big battle, however, ls ex
pected to take placo to thc northeast
England. learned for the fjrst timo
today of the riots at Singapore. In
dian trops. because of dissatisfaction
with recent promotions, refused lp
obey orders. The fighting must have
been serious, as six British officers
and IS men wero killed and nine'
wounded and 14 civilians, including
one woman, were killed. Some of tho
rioters piso were killed and a large
number surrendered or were captured.
Germans from the emperor down
have been put on rations so far a bread
ls concerned, the state regulations re
garding the bread supply having come
intp effect. Every person In Germany
must produce a "bread" card? .which
ls good for four pounds of bread
weekly, before being able to make a
purchase, and even the emperor's pal
ace ls tffected by tho order
J How Mr. Bovis Got Rid o? a Bad
"Some time ago I had ? vary bad
cough ' writes I^wis T. Davis, Black
water, Del. <My broker McCabe
itavls gave me a small bottle of
C hamberlain's Cough Remedy. After
taking this I bought ftBK?osea pot
ties of it but only used one of theta we
j.'6 cough left me an? I bar* not bee?
t-achied since." obtainable every