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CliarlcMlon Mayor Hoes to Capital with
tvitni'Hsi >s to Prot? Chargen A gain hI
Nowl) Elected Congresmun,
Washington, Oct. I. Tho Iiouho
Qomtnlttco on BolootlonH resumed Its
Inquiry horo today to dotortnlno
whether thoro shall ho n rogulur In
rv?titlgatlon or tho ehargou llled last
WOl I* hy Mayor .lohn I', (lhaco Of
(Charleston agalusl Itopreauntutlvc
Ith haiHl 8. Whaley, In which tin- hitler
v,;:! charged vwlt.li having tiHod soino
tiring llko $?0,000 lo secure his soal
ui c?ngroHH and with having made a
numbor or false allldavltH in coiiuec
ihm >vith Htich expenditures.
Whon Mr. (Jrnco roach od Washing
Ion today he had with him Frit It ll
Ho an, William Wlllgllto, Scully Sub
liv; it. Mike Harry, Stove Sergeant and
I/ion II. liiirrhtHoy, hy whom he ex
lie Is to prOVO Ilia ease ItgalllHl Mr.
W aley. TIlOMU who tOHtilled at to
?he's session were: llogau, Harry, Sor
lioaiil and Hurrlssoy.
llogau, a polleoinan, designated hy
Mr. Will aley as a political follower of
the mayor, told tin' house coiuuiltleo 1
Ural Wllllley had said: "I am going
iit congroHH or I am going hroke."
According to llogau, whose dialed
made him a picturesque witness,' he
?war. Working lor K. W. Hughes, op
Tpnidng Whaley. and handled a earn
fialgn rund of ahotlt $1,200 in the (list
primary ami ahotlt $ I,<><><> in Hie sec
ond. Mr Whaley, llogau said, tried lo
f,?-t him to switch his support, "lie
naked me to handle some money lor
Slim," i est I lie. i llogau. "I told
Whaley that I was a Hughes man
Htralglll out. Whaley Ruggestetl that
I take $u0 then, hut I didn't. Harry
Krlend told me he mil $1100 to use for
Whaley in Ward ami I saw the mon
ey." . I
Mom hers of tho committee asked If
friend was (he sorl of a man to he
carrying around $*iou of his own inon
?>y. llor.au thought not, saying he be
loved I'YIend was out of a |ob at the
time. The witness also said be bad
lionrd thai Hob Wickel gol $200 from
Whaley and thill l.ouie Manila and
llarnoy Cnroy got ahoul $2,000,
'notifying that money seemed in be
plentiful in tiie primary campaign, Ho
j'.illl Slllll tllO Uiglll before the election
men were going ahoul .'herleslon
eurceis saying: "There was lots of
money down at Whaley headquarters,"!
und asking one another if they "got
Mike Harry tostllll'd thai I. .1.
O'fthnnnossy had "n big pile of Wfltaley
vnoncy" in the second primary, ami
that It Wits well known thai it was
Whaley money. He quoted t) Sh.nines
w.v as saying that" he had the ma/.tima
to carry I ho day,'* ma/.uiua meaning
money, Harry also test.ille I thai John
<'.lineroil had banded out Whaley mon- '
Si rgeaut, w ho said he was an em
pVoyc of the Cousl Line railroad, told
the committee thai .1, M, Hooves was
tpnhl lor his vote, and thai Hie Whaley ;
people spent money freely, buying
whole finnlllea, He said the load of
one family got $f?0 for his vote
'Die witness said he believed Wha
ley spent $S,000 in the second primary
In the ninth ward, and that the Hughes
workers spent between $1,000 and
Harry testified that nl one time he
n ?i .? blind tiger and the city of Chnr
ie"Mm lined him every three months.
The efforts of the committee tpdit)
towards an Invsttgatton of the chnr
iu tt i of the witness,., produced as well
Sin to what they knew direct concern
Ini ihe luiying of votes in the First
district. \ great deal was told, hut
Touch oi it w.o. hearsay, and this made
Hille if any impression upon the mom
Iii-Ts of the committee. While at inter
vals something was said which would
Indicate large amounts of money for
Stlm, summing it all up, there was ai
?nist as mmh testimony against the
Hughes supporters as there was
nvi.oist those of Mr. Whaley.
While the witnesses testified to cer
tain money having been passed about
Which ba?| the Whaley tag on it. and
while much w >s said about Whaley's
tremendous "swag" and how Itmtghtj
Iki gotten, testimony was of an imli
recl kind and few Instances of direct
vote buying weit? brought out which
seemed to Impress the committee.
Summing the whole day's proceed
togs up. it narrowed down to the fact
Ihn'. $13,000 is the amount said to have
n expended in the ninth Charles
ton Clt) Ward for Whalo) and Hughes
c.l>oul $S,0;h? by Whaley and the re
*nn\iidor hy Hughes.
Mi. Whaley was today a guest of
Speaker Clark at an elegant luncheon
IterVOd in the capitol.
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lo a cut. bruise, sprain, burn or scald.
?>r other injury of the skin win im
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Cha uborlain of Clinton. Me says:
?Mt robs cuts and other injuries of
their terrors. As a healing remedy Its
equal don't exist "' Will do good for
you. Only -'?c at Laurena i>mg Co.
TUE STATU FAIR.
Will be Held In Week Hcu-lnnliiu- Or.
Columbia, October, 7.?Rcfloctlng
tlio Kreitt prosperity which blessed
South Curollna this your, and promis
ing tlio Kroatost sucm bs <>r ony pro*
vIoiih undertaking, preparations have
boon complotcd for holding the for,ty
nrth Annual Fair of The State Agnl
oulturul ami Mochanlcnl Society in ?<>
lumbia, Octohor -'7, 28, 29, 30, 31. In II
catlons at this writing uro thai poopin
from ovorj" nook ami corner or the
Slat,, will crowd tlie fair grounds by
tbousuuds und i' i?? expected that at
tondanco records will set a now high
wnter mark at the gathering iiiis year.
Tlie abundant harveats of cotton,
coin and tobacco, the gratifying re
turns for the labor of their hands and
the evidence of nature's favor in the
Ideal harvest weather have made the
fanners of the state wear happy
smiles which come from well filled
barns and storehouses and climbing
hank deposits, and they are now look
im; forward to tin- annual gathering
in Columbia of (heir kinsmen, neigh
bor:; and friends, when everybody
turns aside from business to renew
Hiedr youth ami to have ft regular good
old lime, this being the week of (he an
nual Slate Ifta I r In Oetobor.
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MANY H?ING to ( MO I S.
IIa rii it tu ami Halle) Vltractliig Thons?
amis with Man* New Novell) Fea
'Hie Itanium and Hai ley flreatest
Show on Warth is attracting unusual
Interest this season With its wonder
ful program of Muropenn novelties,
its rebuilt parade, its complete mena
gerie, and its recently added $?00,000
wordless spectacle of "Cleopatra." all
of which will he seen in (.rccimlle on
The parade, which take; place at
in o'clock in the morning, is. three
miles in length, in the menngcrlo
will he found ti'e only baby giraffe
on exhibition anywhere on earth. The
Inaugural spet icle of "Cleopatra" Is
produced on the biggest stage ever de
voted to an open air amusement. It
is erected in the main tent of (he show.
There is cast of 1,250 characters, a
grand opera chorus of 100 voices, an
orchestra of 100 musicians, a ballet of
URO dancing girls, (??0 horses, live
herds of elephants, caravans of cam
els, and an entire trnlnload of special
scenery, costumes ami stage effects.
Th's i-. the greatest spectacular, the
atrical, and circus event in the his
tory of amusements in America.
Among the many Kuropcuil novelties
on the regular program which follows
the spectacle, Kate Sandwina's
wonderful strong-woman net, and nov
elty teats by a company of Japanese
warriors an,I jlu jit All experts. Win
ston's riding and Juggling seals, the
Hills (roup of dancing ami Jumping
horses, a brass band of stallions, ller
zac's mule and monkey circus, the
Siegrist Silben family of high air
vaulters ami somersaulters, Mae Wlrth
the greatest bareback and somersault
rider in the world: Victoria Codonn,
queen of high wire experts: the
?eorgotty family of strong arm Jug
glers, the Florence. I,es lardy and 1 .es
Deko families of acrobats, seven
herds of trained elephants, and the
fifty funniest clowns In Cue world.
The Darnum and Hnlloycircus for
more than fifty years has stood at the
head of the world's amusement af
fairs. This year it is '.note interest
Ing than ever before, ami twice as big.
It travels on a train more than a mile
in length. Covers fourteen acres of
ground, and has nearly 1.500 employes.
To horses, nearly two-thirds of the
elephants in America, 110 cngos in
the menagerie and over 2,000 wagons'
and other vehicles. The performances
(hat win be given in Greenvlllc will
he exactly the same as (hose present
ed at Madison Square Garden New
York where the season was opened "a
March. Not one detail has been
Changed. The meat spetaclo was sab';
(o be the most notable dramatic eeertl
In the history of amusements in that
city, while the circus proper Was Cred
ited with being the best ever given
MM 11 K.j
The annual meeting lof the stock
holders of The Cdtalubta, Newherry
\ L?n ens Railroad yclnpany, will be
held at the companyYjoluce, No. 1124
T;?> lor street, Columtjla, 8. C? at 12
O'clock, noon. October -1st.. 1913.
C. IV 9K VBROOK,
OFFICE? IN TROUBLE.
Hpartanburg Magistrate Charged Willi
Misappropriation of Pines Collected*
Bpartanburg, Oct. (8pecial) ?
Magistrate Charles Mltcholl, of Inntnan
is diarged with defalcations amount
ing td lour hundred and fifty dollars
in a general presentment delivered
to the grand Jury today.
?When Mitchell was called (o
task," the prosontmenl states, "ho
do!Ivorod to the county trousuror one
hundred and five dollars due on fines
collected in l!u2. Hut he has railed
to make any return whatever." the
prosontmenl continues, "of fines
collected for the present year."
In conclusion the grand jurors spy:
"Uoliovlng that he has been untrue
to the trust placed in him and that
the interests of the county will be
placed in jeopardy if he continues
in ofilce, we reconvmond that he he
removed from olflclo and that our so
licitor take Immediate steps to pro
The grand jurors "commend Sheriff
While and his deputies for the way
they handled the sitlntiou on the
night the jail was assaulted."
They thank the oiiicers for pro
venting the Inyching of Will Fair, a
negro, since found not guilty, and
express pride that "Spartanbiirg
county has ofllOOl'S who discharge
their duties faithfully."
It is reported that arrests may he
made shortly in collection with the
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