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Representative V. C. Wyche Talks
About Situation. Fight In Spartan.
Columbia, April 30.-Representative
C. C. Wyche, of Spartanburg, broke
the general silence which has charac
terized the Administration circles
since the club meetings on last Sat
urday, when in a statement issued
here today he professed to see hope
and encouragement for Governor Cole
L. Blease in his race for the United
States Senate. Mr. Wyche admitted the
results of the club meetings in Spar
tanburg were in doubt, but said that
the Bleaseites in any event would have
a much better showing than they did
in 1912, and probably would control
the county convention.
Claiming that Governor Blease
would carry S'partaiburg county by
from 1,500 to 2,000 majority over San
ator Smith, llepresentative \Vyche dis
counted the results of the club meet
ings as expressing the real sentiment
of the people. He said the Blease peo
ple were working people and did not
have time to attend the club meetings,
and claimed that the results of the club
meetings did not reflect the real senti
ment of the voters of the county, as he
termed it: "The tittle club .meetings
don't amount to anyth'ng as far as in
dicating the way the county will go in
Not a Candidate.
As lie announced weeks ago, Mr.
Wyche will not stand for re-election
from Spartanbu:'g to the general as
sembly. He said this morning that his
increasing law practice demanded all
of his time.
In the recent session of the general
assembly Mr. Wyche came to be called
the floor leader of the Bleasites in the
house and championed the measures
advocated and endorsed by the govern
Another Spartanburg man in the city
last night said that the Spartanburg
county convention would be controll
ed by the Anti-Ulease or Pro-Smith
faction by a good majority, and that
an Anti-Administration delegation
would in al prabobility be sent to the
state convention. The author of this
statement, while an Anti-Ulease man is
a conservative one and not a politician.
He seemcd pleasc.1 with the results of
the defe:t of the Please forces
throughout the state.
Additional reports reaching Colum
bla of Ihe club meetings tell of still
more Smith victories. The sweep of the
.enator's friends in the club meetings
seems to have been general, a..d some
forecasters have already, begun to pre
dict that the I lease forces will not
have r.ny greater representation in the
State convention of 191-1 than they
had in that of 1912 and their repre
sentation then was 5i9 out of 3341 dele
Situation in Marlboro.
There is considlerable interest being
taken in the convention in Mlarlboro
county. Unoflcial reports from lBen
nettsville say that the Anti-Please
forces will dominate the convention,
and that it is still an unsettled ques
tion' as to whether Senator John L.
McLaurin is going to be0 among the
delegates to the state convention.
M~any people in that county, it is as
sorted, are unwilling' to send Senator
AlcLaurin to the state convention,
since he has so completely embraced
Bleaseism. There is a movement on
foot to send a delegation composed of
eight men who are ini no0 way afiliated
There is no concealing the fact that
the Smith people are elated over the
capturle of the clubs andl the control
of the state convention, as all indica
tions appiear at this time. They are
p~ointing out that, while the adlminis
tration forces can take comfort from
the 1912 convention, still there is this
very important difference: in 1912 no
ap~parent effort was madle by the Please
peCople to capture the clubs while on
the other hand, the necessity of at
tendinig the club) meetings had been
imp~ressed by Governor Blease on his
foilowvers this yeear. le sent out a
letter some time ago to leaders
throughout the state ur'ging attend
ance ot his p~eople on the cliub meet
ings, andl the opp~osition is much en
coutragedl at the applarent overwhelm
ing defeat of the administration sym
pathizers--News and 'Courier.
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E. D. SMITH'S VICTORY
IN 1908 RECALLED
Senator Lost Only Two Counties In
whole State, Total Vote Cast 110,.
Columbia, April 28.-Inview of the
contest between United States Sena
tor 1i. D. Smith and Governor Cule L.
Blease for the Senate, it is Interest
ing to note the returns In the second
primary of six years ago, when Sena
tor Smith was victor over Ex-Gover
nor John Gary Evans. In that race
Senator Smith carried forty out of
the then forty-two counties of the
State, only Spartanburg and Union
giving majorities for Governor Evans.
There were 110,004 votes cast in the
second primary in 1908, of which
Smith received 70,292 and Evans 39,
712, Smith's majority being 30,550. Ile
swept the entire State and scored one
of the greatest victories ever won in
the politlcal history of the state.
Polled Over 70,000 Votes.
It is interesting to note that the to
tal vote received by Senator Smith in
1908, a little over 70,000, is close to
that polled by Governor BIlease in 1912
his being nl:!out 72.000. These figures
afford food for thought in figuring on
the race letween Senator Smith and
For the benellt of those interested,
the following figures are reprinted
from The News and Courier, giving
the returns of the second primary in
1908, in which Mr. Smith received the
Second Primary 1908.
'Counties. Evans. Smith.
Abbeville .. .. .. .. .. 9.15 1,372
Aiken .. .. .. .. .. ..1,577 2.043
Anderson .. .. .. .. .. 2,902 3,3031
llanberg .. .. .. .. .. 176 703
Barnwell .. .. .. .. .. 5.16 1,541
leaufort .. .. .. .. .. 2.17 387
Berkeley .. .. .. .. .. 179 815
Calhoun .. .. .. .. .. 153 391
Charleston .. .. .. .. 1,237 2,181
Cherokee .. .. .. .. .. 809 1,510
Chester .. .. . . .. .. 559 1.353
Chesterield .... ... 837 1,395
Clarendon .. .. .. .. .. 525 992
-Darlington .. .. .. . . 633 1,827
)orchester .. .. .. . . 371 1,115
Edgefleld .. .. .. .. .. 721 951
Fairflelid .. .. .. .. ...521 898
florence .. .. . . 381 2,122
Georgetown .-... .... 19 929
Creenville .. .. . . .. 2,051) 4,165
Greenwood .. .. .. .. 1,015 1,186
llampton .. .. .. .. 1g2 1,1v9
Ilorry .. .. .. .. .. 876 2,16)
Kershaw .. .. .. .. 861 1.180
lAnci;ter .........312 2,112
Laurens .. .. .... .. 1,471 1,690
Lee ........ .. .. 490 1,133
Lexington .. .. .. .. 1,-172 2,153
Marlon .. 858 2.907
Marlhoro .. .. .. .. 640 1,130
Newberry .. .. . . .. 1,061 1,321
Oconee .. .. .. .. .. 1,114 1,683
Orangeburg .. .. .. .. 1,212 1.917
l'iekens .. .. .. .. .. 988 1.950
Richland .. .. .. .. 1,66; 2.185
Saluda .... .. .. .. 661 1,384
Spartanburg .. .... .. 4.,380 3,559
Sumter ...............649 1,093
U'nion .............1573 1,191
WVilliamsburg .. . . ... 441 1 1.764
York ................1,418 1,826
Tlotals--Evans, 39,712; Smith, 70,
292; grand total of votes cast, 110,004.
Two More Counties.
Since 1908 the counties of D~illon
and .Jasper have been formed, andl
these will make forty-four counties to
vote in tihe comning priimaries.
In making calculations it must, or
course, lie borne in umnd that In the
guv'ernatorial race of 1912, 110,000
votes wer polledI, 30,000 more than
ini tihe senatorial race in 1908, and
oneO must not lose sight of this in
crease in making calculat ions.-W. F.
C'aldwell In News and Courier.
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