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VOLUMI. XXIX. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1914 NMIR3
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PRrSIDENT flhe republic of Mexico.
R[ [NT RCITE8 INCID[NTS NIING t row
TO Re[ mSIUfest ATONANr of APPROVAL
grw RI IN o fon bd oworse until some
10K APR[OVAI SII4IO 4MD ilS a sort its to lead directl an
t~a(":;stry hat he aologiesof(0.
Asks Congressional Approval to "Use the Armed Forces go *nclt further t t tes
of the United States" to Obtain Fullest Recognition ' i o to the sionfc he
of the Rights and Dignity of the United States. "t " its te iecessity ot cii.
The incident.a leading upi) to the a half front the time of the arrest or- lng to it that no further occasion for
strained relations now existing be ; (le- s were reccived from thc COmnianci- ex itlations fi cpofeel its
ween this coiu ntryiurista forces at Tampico fact toisoIthri feei it th
government in Mexico are best review- for the release of the paymaster. whilC of his demand find to inist
ol in the address of President Wilson tried to Apologize. lhnt the flag of the United States
before the Joint sess!on of the two "The release was followed by apol- could be saluted in such i way is to
ogles front the coia~andcr fand later it,dticate at new Spirit finid attitude on
wases of congress. The president did by an expression of regret by (in. the part of the Iluertistas.
ne - 0r '., , -r'lation of money lluerta himself. l. Iucrta urged "Such a salute Gen. iuerta has re
at this time, nor for authority to call that martial law obtained at the time fUed and I have come to ask your
out the National Guard. at Tampico; that orders hal been is- :liliroval and sipport in the course
sued that no oiie should be allowed I nlow p)urpose to pursue.
"There can he no thought of ag- to land at the Iturbide bridge; an h government can, i earnestly
grossion or of selfish aggrandizement", tlit our sailors had no right to land lope, in no circumstances, be forced
declared the president to the sober there. Our naval commanders at the into wir with the people of Mexico.
Aed throng of senators and reprennotified of ny such Mexico is torn y civil strife. If we
natives which packed the hall of the prohibition and, even if they had been are to accept the tets of its own con
ativs wich ackd th hal ofthethe only justifiab~le course open to the~ stitution, it has n10 government. (,'en.
house, loyal authorities would have heen I-Inerta has set his power 111) in the
"This government can, I earnestly to request the paymaster and his crew K.ity of Mexico, such as it is, without
hope, in no circunstainces he forced to withdraw and to lodge a pro- right and by methods for which there
into war with the people of Mexico. If test with the commnding oflicer of cait be no Justification. Only part of
armed conflict should unhappily come the fleet. Admiral Mayo regarded the the country Is under his control. If
as the result of his (Iluerta's) atti- artost as so Sos an affront that armed conflict should unhappily come
tude of personal resentment towards le was not satiflel with tho ipolo- its a result of his attitude of personai
this government, we should be fight- gies but demined that. the flag of iesentment towards this governmeat
ing only Gen. Iluerta and those who the ited Ftates he Siluted with we should le fighting oily Gen. Iluer
adhere to him and give hit support speelal ceremony by the military com- ta and those who adhere to hin and
lot outr object would be to restore to tller of the poit. give him their supliort, and oir object
the people of the distracted republic "The iidnt cal not he regarded would le only to restore to tle people
the opportunity to set up again their as a tiivial one, especially as two of tte distracted republic the oplor
own laws aund their own government. of the mutt arrested were taken from tunity to set 1p again their own laws
.No Thoughts of Self. tie boat Itself--that is to say, from ind tteir own governmnt.
'There can in what we (1o be no tle teriitoiy of the United States; but Hopes for Veace.
thought of agression or of selfish ag- had it stood 1y itself it might have "Tut I earnestly hop(- that war Is
Nrandizement. We seek to maint st) ien attribtted to te Ignoiance oi not now in question. I believo ttat
the dignity and authority of the arrogance of a single officer. 11- 1 speak for the American people whoa
United States only because we wish forttnately, It was not tit isolated I say that we (1 not desire to con
always to keep our great inftience tin- Case. A series f incident, have 1-- trolin any degree the affairs of out
impalred for the uses of liberty both cent 1ciirred whict can not btt cre- sister relic. Our feeling for the
I the United States and wherever lte the itiression that the rep'esen- people of Xexico ix one of (eep and
else it may he employed for the ben- titives of ('en. Iueita were willing to genuine friendship and everything
efit of .mankind." ho out of their way to show disiogard that ve have so fa (one or refrained
President Wilson laid the Mexican for the dignity atd right. of this gov- froun doing has proceeded from oti
situation before congress today in orament aiad telt perfectly safe in desire to lp then, not to hinder
those words: doing what they pleased, making free or embarrass them. We would not
"Gentlemen of the congress: It is to show in many ways their irritation wish even to exei'cse the good ofnees
my duty to call your attention to a and contempt. A few days after the of friendship without thou' welcome
situation which has arisen in our deal- Incident at 'anpico il orderly froni a ontent. The people of Afexleo
ings with (Ion. Victoriano Iluerta at the United ';ates Steamship Minieso- aro entitled to settle their own do
Mexico City which calls for action, ta was arrested at Vera Cru, while nestic affairs in their own way, and
and to ask your advice and coopera- ashor. inliiforn'to obtain the ship's we sincerely desire to respect thir
tion in acting upon it. On the 9th mall and was fo' a time thrown Into right. The present situation need
e April a paymaster of the United jail. An oflleish dispatchtrom this havo none of the grave implications
States steaitship Dolphin landed at government to Its embassy at Mexico of Interference if wo deal witt it
the Itirbide bridge landing at Tam- City was withheld by the authorities promptly, firmly and wisely.
pico with a whaleboat and boat's crew of tho telegrahic scmvice until pei- "No doubt I could do what is neces
to take off certain supplies needed emiuiioi'ly demanded by ou' charge nary in the citcumstances to cnforce
by his ship, and whil1e Anganiti I'aftmircs in person. So far as 1 can respect for out government without
loading the boat was arrested by an learn, suct wrongs and anmoyanes recoutse to the congress, and yet not
oRicer and squad of men of the army have been suffered to occur only exceed my constitutional powers as
of Gen. IlIuerta. Neither the pay- against y-epesentatives of the United p'estdent; but I do not wish to act in
aster nor any one of the boat's crew States. I have heard of no comuhaimts a matter possibly of so grave cease
was armed. Two of the men were in from other governments of si tal'rtienee except in close coference and
the hoat when the arrest took place treatment. Subsequet ox pil tn cooperation with both the senate ami
*nd were obliged to leave it anl sub- amd apologies did not find could not house. I tlere'oie come to ask your
mit to ihe taken into cutlody, not with - tulter the popt Itt' esshon, W111e approval that I should fie the armed
'talndlnt the fact that the boat ear- it Is possible It hid been the object of fores of the United Statcs in such
ried, eth it btir how and at her stern, the Iutert'ata ruthoritics to create, ways amd to such in extent as may
the flag of the United States. The tllf t tI " ).e nmnt of the Iitcd bo necessary to obtain fiom (le.
offl'er w ho made the arrest was pro- tti v-as heen(; sit lotl out and maildmt teet aad his adherents tli fit 1St
eed'r'N iin. ono of the streets of the 'o a lie rl mgt, viaii ittuiiiit io' re('0citron of flu0 iits uuumt 01-11,,v
two t ", 10 n-fllitone when tot h' sl9lts 1l11i 'Ifrnrrt in titaiation for of the t'ite S-tate', evevi --
*n om"rcr of h'heu' authority, whjo or- * t efi:.al to rer-og fzv tle pr'tensio s mlit bls now hi)7)i13
dered him to r'tu'n to the landing and of (,l. Tutlr' to te 'erafmlnd as the, "ilig Mexico,
ait (.ters ; vrdl withitin 110i' and constitutional hrovieofnl teresent o'''hero caml in what we do le no
thought of aggression or of selfish ag- Card of Ticecick. cLildron of the county.
grandizenent. We seek to maintain Laurens
the dignity and authority of the UTnited
States only 1ecase we wish always: appreelatioi to the people who ,o will- and we appreciate it.
to keep our great influence unimpail- ingly lped us wit the fceIc. With James li. Fold1 Ian,
ed for the uses of liberty, both In the oul. t ir ('0io'atioi ani asstane Sccpt. of vdneation.
United 8'tates and wherever else it
mnight 1he (:ncployed for the bcnellt o' f i scc(ss. Wi ifou (2ray,
nankind." EsJ)( do we i esirt* to h ti8tPervis tcg Toucher.
The diplomatic gallery was crowde I1,. Will M cng and Mr. Lau-ens Barks
close with cmemc bers of the (Ipl0oma11t1idal wh i ad charge of tilt cchiii " * " " s " s * " " " " s * . * . 4
corps while the preshient spoke. Am- - o t
bassadors .Jusse'and of 1Franc aIe. LAN1ay d k .
Spring-Kice of Great Britain and rele- tgc v t g so Ie:.i- *
rc'eetatives of Accstria and the Neth- tificily. J " * * " s " * * * " * * * " 4 A *
erlacnds -occupied the front row of tihi'
gallery. MIrs. \\ilson, .\1,s. F'ranels 1i :o.";11 sh otf r
sowe Sayre and .\liss .Ilargaret \Wil oi WatIs is dece tie gcand suc(es5; of tile\\as Incy atte'ceied from here. Ihis
were in the White Ilouse party. pacade. We apprecia t e interest lei' tied ('ox woI le 2nd medal. We
The first applause that intcrrupte:lthey took are w ish to tcdl tce 1'1 ie p1rolcd of ocr youcg; ol-vtoc'
the president followed his statecncict tlet r'a sistacce. its. A
that the 'Tampico incident showed rm
"new spirit" on the hart of the Iiccer- W "isc to tic t chk
I istas. Congress cheered the presi. a. )h, licace olliiecs of ilie coc i1 foc pracks.
dent's declaration that he hoped Mex- lie!: p "c':oc of lie (hildren. Io
ico would be able to settle its affairs;. Is (lice to I cec tta c
Ii'S statement that ie desired aue
thority only to uphold the "dignity o' cur'ed oc tiis occasion. We 'ish to Nr. NI. Floieg acd Ma tcc Loue
he lnited States" was cheered by epr'ss cur Ihcnks to the ice' coi- Lanford atteded services at. Flcieid
both Deimocrats and lepubiic'ans. cittoe. P. L. Jones, Ecmiie Mecg, Aai, si iccnclay.
After the present ind the senate )1 ii rce, Macie Sicpson, Lucia
left the chamber the ad(rcess wvas 'er
ferred to the foreign affairs cor.unit -Mile, Edit icCictceoc, who not on- cic to attend it .1 ici Oidoc ceeting.
tee and while it was retiring to r'elport ly seccred coney fo' the i'izes til Nr. Joci M. Cacuoci and family acd
a resolution to carry. out the presi- soiited money foe tle hacd which 11. 1'. homer' acd wife spout Sunday it
dent's ideas, Democratic Leader Un- added Insuiration to tie occitor. We r
derwood addressed the house askin"".1.IM.(tnns
al memuers to remain, saying l. tie l lcinebted to Ihe scocts ic. Sacn as a Iceitiness vis
president had pointed oict the import- il(l the leaders, Nil'. Vac'ey acd Nc. itor to Lanford Sunday.
ance of passing a resolution tony. Rankin fo' the pt. and eficient Ai c; Hlclind Mooce is in lAtnfo'c foe
Recpresentatives, contrary to cus- seci they '
tom, remained to await the appeair- a few (ays.
an.o of the resolution. ' isl ti I leac t icc'Liiccs hige sicorui "Miss Bcti f'atterson is at hocc
Serretary Bryan remained in the guts foc lie ; roilet st-vie' tiey i- fcoc pa't a il 1g foe a whilI.
diplomatie gallery with a number of derd i ic the acdito'ic. ir. .1. 11. iia'ioc spect tict week
foreign representat ives, while the for- We apprec late lie kinccii:s rf NI'.
eignc affairs committee began its work. c ncr aiO i'lceecasisheroc
The executive session of the senate s
quickly turned to consideraton of ap- oc-pica e e so well 1ntIcIaiced, the le has u eosition in Augusta,.(i.
polntment and the Mexican situation, c cc g hid icc-r shows w i o kindly ' I.. 'aldeo Johccsoic visited his palc
was considered in the foreign rela- gn\-c th'm fc'ee ideciss~oc, tie fici
tions committee. ct eety
-I to icic c c lt e lay s h o o ls, NM tio dtst s . Bla elk~ !: a n dcc M essrs W il e a n dc C h aie s lie 11-ct c
S A Y S S U LP H U R IS l'cc'siby I'iaeis, w io li'h thei r'c- ccio1ccl we 'i ic Lanford S cnday.
spcti u-c cot mittcei 's s0 allec e tel 3' Al'l d N -s. 0. 11". Pc uvor, NiIsi. Rolbccin Pat
SURE TO RELIEVE h'd eicccer foe tie 'isiticg chlie :Ici te'sc, Miss (ac-ne Lol Iliggic; acd
ITCHING ECZEMA l'e-sici c . F. IA Ic stoe o' the C., N - Nte lei'y f'attoc'occ attended sec -
& . .' le"o so wilincgl y gavye fe-cc pa's- ul at .iec li i c ly
Gef. an ounce of hld-sulphur creamte s to lhe orphacs acd kiecly ehecg- 'alt. .1 \v. 1an'ocd was a Incsinisv
arnd heal skin ernclions rihht up. ed his scedcie to' our aecoiioda- ii
Any breaking out or Irritation one the tion.
face, arms, legs or body wihon acome- Withot the (-ci -atiolc of the two I(I, THE (!A'I' IilI
panied by itching, or when the skic I
dry cad feverish, can he readily over-'cccct pape's we cualc do notcicc . VE101---- uSE 111101 El
comce by applying a little hold-sulphur i e wI-i to ex jcess e11 ',icerc teaclc Ic's tie diet-to-the-spo. method
cream, says a noted dermatologist. to Ihei fo' the Iicecal simae ivy ha e you h'entic it Do not d-lay acc corc
lie informs us that bold-sulpine in- gi\ en ics ic tiei c limc. ,cite' l tile to scffer" fe-or c 'tti-e i(ad
scantly allays the antgry itehing, and,.I
icaii laste ice3 tlli acid d colds, bcronchcitis or secI flles. It is cd
ic~~~~l Is te w'e appe itd( cIe thcec aiiv ' 'ticceca ('t
irritation and soothes find heals the in' nceless and annoys your feiends,
IKezema right up leav g the skin clear i urn tie fae cy lie ccaa'onaI is- il, dangerous to yocr goc'cui hectc
and smooth. ioldt-st >hur has occupied ie if The Advcril le. Begic tIe I yonel treatmont at occ.
a secure position r many years in Tt:ca-,-... o' the eleccec clcv ati- I is ono of the easiest, (tflekest. aee
the treeinert o ctaIeois disorders screst ways to (lea t I heaciii
because of 'ie site-destroyincg quicly and . hacist c":
property. +o ng ha.s ever been found Nile. Actiir 1ee. Wo wis'I to c e' c lc.
to take its D nee in treating the Icrta- ocr ti ks tc i1 Icc c iI ; ac-s';;ta:lis Ii 'rei ceicig fatted a i cue
ble and inflammatory skin affections. toe' tir lc icly r'eacces tfc sor and Iceitntect
While not always estab1 hlsing i les'I"- p'erm-i
anent cure It never f' i1 to subdue th- 'ctd gri-cidwing ho ins at ccice.
itching irritation and drive the Feze- goc w 111-e we w .<.- t cc i- re our c e o ll c1 c'ly I 1fyoiei----its i-c-.
mca away and It Is octt'i 'e-- 1-,', i'1 - '"' ':Ii t, !I i--. 'e lc'cck ccl lief is ceol cc ict'cc '-te t beet irw;iiecg
fore any e ltioi r'gali hn ppears oc the ice ',: -'c''s c-mi- 1 tncccv c'efne d c'T 1 "cicIes lle 'o
skin. . c- ".icce not s'itkt' -
'I'iiose troubled shocl11 obtain at Iny - 1 ' ic o
pharmacy an ocee-' e sell fyocici.
ecam which is ocnc!'c a f. - in I
piirts In the samve ., " ' ; -.
nary cold ire- +cc. it ror Veakn~sand IossoAppetito
and the promet r-li o- ' -- -i' 1 1 rec ileitng tea
Icarly in ite ''h-' -\ t' :\ . - '''c ' C ri"
iC ie nn . .( . p r1 e iat i. , the people whoisroc tw+"
eu their r n --ec r ohior nrean.dsst