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ELEMENTS TAKING PART.
'Allies Regard the Situation Upon
Their Left Wing as Favorable
Weather ('onditions Againi A1Yeletinig
London, Sept. 29.-An ofilcial com
anunication issued at Budapest, ac
cording to a Rome dispatch to the
Exchange Telegraph company, admiuts
that the Russia.ns have succeeded in
crossing the Hungarian frontier at
several points in the Ung district, de
spite re-inforcelents which Joined
the Austrian troops. Ung is in the
'northeastern part of lungary.
The latest ofllcial communications
from Paris, taking the battle of the
Aisne developments i) until today,
colsidered tile conditions oin the al
I:es' left. wing favorable. while tihe
troops inl tile Center had successfully
111isted violent (Gmerman attempts to
break tile allies' line. \veather con
ditiois are again figuring In i the oil
uriations aong ithe Aisne river. The
G(ermianis, vIo are reported to he ex
htauisted by streniuouts mai.1 rch es, are
said to suffer, especially as they oc
cui y timiestotle trene, which do not1
-drain0 off raili readily.
The French Rteport,
'aris. Sept. 29.-Te vrenci ofli
v;:1 stateiiment this afternioon says:
(I our left wing along the river
F. imme. the Germilans have attempted
i '!i'nroIs Ittncks, Which the allies
hav;e * p l e I '-o'd. Nort of tihe AIste
C(i'4r is no chaige. Oi the (enter,
in Chaipagne to the vast of Ar
geiie, 1the Germanis restricted teire!
:ltiits 1o enniotadinig. The alli'.
m11 (d0 sIilit pr1'ogr'eSs bet weeNI A r
gonnte and tithe Nleise rivers. heli
i: no modilication in the situation
on the heights of the Nleuse, inl the
'W(or(re district, andl oi tlh(e right
v.ing inl l traillle and itlhe Vosges.
Lonl(oi, Sept. 29.-Tme ighteenth
day of the battle of the .\isnt has
1h11us fatr broiighit no deeisive results.
but it is generally believed the hand
to-hanttd lighting now raging with such
furi'y is )oui( to (lecide the issue. All
Iie public is allowed to kiow from
Ihe allied side is that tile allies held
thieir grip oni their positions, con
sistently throwiing back masses of
(lermans, who have been hurled oi
them in ain effort to br'eak thi rough
thC human barrier.
1Berlin asserts that there is no
chantge in the situation denlying i he
allies' elaim that the allies gained a
slight advantage. The losseNs of tie
Call at the Windo,
opposing armies in the last few (lays
have been collossal. 12ven oflicial re
ports contain pictures of thousands
of dead and wounded lying in the
fire swept zone between the two
armiues. Every fresh assault adds to
the ghastly litter.
Submairine was Chased.
Berlin, Wireless, via Sayville, Sept.
29.-German reports on the sinking
of the three British cruisers in the
North Sea declare submarine 11-9 was
alone in the engagement, which lasted
an hour. The British cruisers did
not fire a single shot. British de
stroyers futilely chased the submarine
Grand Duke Nicholas has revoked
his government's promise of auton
omy for Poland because Polish rifle
meni fought with the Austrians in
Galliai. it is said.
The ( ermnana cru isetr 1mden, after
s-hiing five lIritish stea'rll's in Ben
gal Gulfi. destroyed naval oil tanik
stea(mners at Madras, it is said.
LA NFORtD N EWS. *
ILanford, Sept. 2S.-.\lrs. .anes By
er. and Children are the guests of tihe
fcrm"ters parents this week.
Rev. and Mrs. .1. T. Littlejohn visit
edl at capt. .1. W. Latford's last week.
Mrs. .1. It. Cooley, of Manila, P. 1.,
Imas arrived inl Lanford. the guest of
her pareits, Mr. and Mrs. JT. W. Lan
.\Mr. .1. W. .olistont was Inl town a
few hours Saturday eiroate to New
ton. N. C.
liss Mary Blobo spenit the we'k-ten(d
in lraturens, te gulest of -Aliss Blesshi'
Mr. and Mrs. Le Langston were the
gmests of 'Mrs. 11. A. 'Mills Sunday.
Mr. C. Rt. Patterson was kicked by
a mnul1e last week. lie is improving.
"Mrs. J. R. Franks was (nlled to the
bedside of her sister, 'Mrs. Mattox who
I Is very ill at her home in Spartanburg.
Mr. (eorge Pulley was buried here
.londay by the Woodmen of the World.
'apt. .1. W. Lauford was at Troy
Monday Otn business.
Mr. Willie and Jimmle Drummond
returned to F'urman Monday.
Mr. Baxter Deshields left Saturday
for Chester county, where he has been
I elected principal of a school.
Master C. C. Cox, who has been con
fined to his'room for several (lays, h
le of Cc
ay, November the 1
Bale of Coti
v and get a Nomination
able to be out again.
Mrf. M. G. Patterson Is spending sev
eral days here.
Mr. T. C. Burgess was a business
visitor to Laurens Saturday.
Mr. and MIrs. John Cunningham
spent Thursday at Mr. R. J. Patterson's
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hunter,
a daughter, Sptember 24th.
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who are offering their support.
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Enitries for Womian's Department.
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Plain biscuits. one half dozen.
Heaten biscuit,'one half dozen.
Chocolate cake, layer.
Tea cakes, one half dozen.
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Pi n11161) chips.
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Each 10Oc Ticket (
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"STOP TiiiE-"' TO lIE
PLAYED AT OPElRA 110)'SE
Popsidar Comedy, One of the Season's
Successful Ofyerings to b In LaU
rens Next, Tuesday, the 5th.
"Stop Thief" a new farce, one of the
season's successful offerings, is said to
be one of the most laughable plays
theatre goers have seen in a blue 'moon
or so. To use a trite phrase, "Stop
Thief" is as full of laughs as an egg Is
of meat. The fun begins at the rise
of the cur'tain and is continued at a
fast and furious pace until the fall on
The story of "Stop Thief" is clever
and far out of the beaten path of play.
wrights. William Carr is a good na
ured, but very absent minded fellow,
one of whose daughters is to mary
ag the largest numb
i front of The Idle I
lood for 10 Votes
good for 5 Votes
Ballot is Good for 100'
p Them Win T
nts Will be Posted Each
A4 TENSf W)VEN T -PZERNE A
. POLICE HEADQARTERS. )
ISTOP THIEF "R EPL 46 TH
.ames Cluney. Through the aid of a ti
uew maid a sneak thief gains entrance w
to the Carr house. Valuable pieces of 1
.iewelry and wedding presents begin to tc
d isap p1ea r. Certain Incidents trans- :at
pire which lead Carr and Cluney each
to think himself a. kleptomaniac, tl
though neither suspects the other. The n;
young man telephones for a detective vi
to watch him. By accident Cluney ti
runs Into the sncak thief, who pawns p(
himself off as the detective, and thus II
apparently makes it easy for himself S
and 'maid to "clean up" and make a fi
safo getaway. Of course in the end it t'
comes out that, instead of the respon- ti
sibility for the missing valuables ly- p
ing with the two self-accused, uncoh- w
selous, thieves, there are real thieves a
in tile house and they are caught, but a
the author has taken care that there h
is a happy ending, which is nothing o
less than a triple wedding. 1I
Bert Leigh as the crook, is well e
adapted to the role as he has studied a
er of votes will be pre
klotes to be Credited to the
'his Valuable Pri2
RIN6 A PWONE CA.L
'E GIRI CROOK /N
'C ///NG R/NG.
e art at Police Headquarters from
el-known crooks. Miss Burgess who
ays his pal and sweetheart, Is said
be the best of the stage thieves scen.
any time before the public.
The trial of the heartiest laugh in
e world leads to Carlyle Moore's fun
r farce "Stop Thief." Atidiences that
ew it are kept in a state, of hilarity
at stamps it as the best blues-dis
Aller these little United Sates have
irbored since Dewey bottled up the
anilsh fleet in Manilla Bay. The
in in "Stop Thief" is fast. It begins
vo minutes after the curtain rises on
ie 1st act and keeps up at a swift
ice until the very end of the play,
hen the crook and his girl pal are
rested, but instead of being jailed,
re married in the very house they
lave been exerting their best endeav
rs to loot. The cast is excellent and
ert Leigh and Hlazele Burgess keep
very character in the play on pins
nd needles with their thieving.