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VOLUME XXX. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WI-DNESDAV, JUNE 30, 1915.
F[D[RAL OfFI[RS .
ARR[ST VIC HI[RTA
Charged With Conspiring
to Incite Revolution
Offie1ls Silent as to lFuture Plans
Pending Advices from Waslinigtol.
3Inchinf1e ("1uis and 1I tiles lIiscoverei
In ViCnity of Place of Capture.
El T'aso, Teas, .11 ne 27.---Cha rges
of colspi-ing to Ineito a revolution I
against a friendly country wvere led
today agaInst Gen. Victorianio I iuerta,
former 1)resi(ent o1 .\1 Alexi(o, who was
phcvd inder arres"t at .Niman, N.
Al., by federal offlcers.
Similar cliarges were Iled against
(c1. PIascial (Jrozeo, who was ar
rIsted at the saml1e tine.
II Ilerta was released toniight. on
$ bond and Orozco on .$7, Iio.
Iliuerta arriveId here today, * ponl
hils arrival federal ofIleials, who ae
companied by a srciuad of American
troopers hadt(] met, file .exican party
at Newman, N. A., escorted Genl.
Huerta to the federal building where
lie conferred with repersentatives of1
the 'nited States department of jls
titcc. While not inder actual arrest
it was declared that Gen. Iluerta was
under virtual detention pending"inl
strioetions from \\'ashington,
Later Gens. liuerta and Orozco and
members of the Mexhean party were
teken to Fort lMiss, where they will
be held temiporarily by the military
111on itthorizat lon of agents 01 the
departnent of justice.
The transfer to Fort Bliss was made
upon the request of the mayor (of El
Paso because of the crowd which had
gathered about. the federal building
when the news spread abroad that the
.lexican leaders were there.
Detained with luerta was Gen.
Pascual Orozco, who, with Maj. Luis
iuientes, a son-in-law of Huerta, had
gone to Newman, N. M., by automo
t'le to meet Geni. Huerta.
Fuentes and Victor Iuerta, a son,
traveling with the general, were not
United States oillcials were silent
regarding future action pending the
receipt of iistructions from Washing
ton. Other observers however, f:'ee
ly expressed the belief that. 1ocay's
action of United States aulhorities
neuild have an important hearing on
Mieicai developments an 1 iiiight (1
feltively plut 11n (1nd to r1u1i1ors Of L
ic revolutionary movilelit.
.\ public demonl.stration inl .1 uaroz
abouVit. h 1e hou1r 1iuertas itrain wiv
(Ie to reach this city eiled as s ill
delly as it heganu. Ther' were hiu:rodl
coul11eroences amiong .\oxican lv:141c!-.
on both sides of (1,hle Rio (:1rande. .\lany
gardLledly iadlmitted that .liurta's ue
1(1enin was of tih. iuloost importaniice'.
nilet. etlect onl .\lexico.
Amerioicansi: were liceer in thlir 1 co)m-)
mnt . They rev ieowed lie recenjt nc
Iivity along the border of the adher''
tilts of the (ienitiIfleo party in .\exico,
including the disbursement of 'onisid
erabile Siuis oft money1 forl ai variity of
111uoses, tic diiscove ry of mninae l
guns and iclles In an El h'aiso ware'
house5( ownied by a meiinher of' that
t'arty', andcth app'I ltear'ance of Gen. I uez
Salazar' in western (ihiuahiua. They
iCe1n Iled thte actIiities 01'f Gen. Orozcop
aind (Gen. Salazarli ini the recenit ti
ladtero .revoluition and their suoe
clenit serv'lce duriing the I louri
Forii xeveralu dayis there have ha ni
petrsistenit reporits t;Iha t .lune :' had
been fixed as tie datle fort tarreachinig
developmients at .tuiare'z in connctioni
w ith th le sosa cl li titd revolh Iitionari y
miovemenit. Soiie observers. pirofe'ssed
to see a close' rclbition betwen'i this
lIovemendtt anud the arival (If (;cii.
Iliierta. 'fhey~ ex iressedl thle oiioniit
that lis cletei Iont had tireventedcc such
a1 c'onisuination by3 remi.vinig thei pios
sibility ofI Genu. liueirta's pariticipalioni
in such a movement, despite his de
claratIion that he had n10 initent ion (If
attempting to1 cross into .\texico.
A hearing was set for July13 1. After'
the for'maIl charges issued in instruil
tionis form the Unitedl States dlisticet
attor'ney at San Antonio had heen
filed, the accused men were taken be
fore George Oliver, United States (:om1
miissloner. and( their bondl annlroved
SLOW BUT STEADY
31oies 1'oward ('lassic Pivot (If Iniv.
Udine, Italy, June 25.-Slowly, ow
ting to the difliculties of mountain War
fare, but steadily, italian forces are
advanciig both from the cast and from
the south toward Tarvis, which is the
pivot of the classical roads along
wileh evcr'y great invasion of Austria
from Italy has occurred.
Fromn .1avor'eek, which is about 5,
00" feet 1h1gh, the heavy artillery of
tie Italians is sweeping ile v'alley
below, as. far as i'lezzo, which lies
'oir miles away in a direct line. Tle I
big gu nis also domittiate the whole val
lcy of' the upper Ison zo river and
Ihrea ten Iredil fort. Thie (defese difI
niot prevent aItoleoi froin Iassing i
this position ili 17i4, butt these forti
icat ions and also those in the Fella
valley wxre strenigIlenied aid coorldi
1101-0e inl 194l1.
'The plan of ;en. Cador'na, the Ital
iann 'oninalinider in hi' sceems to at
ternpt an invasion of Aturstria throughI
the r'egionm around Tarvis, threatenin
tlhe right ing (I he Atustrian ariiy
havin headiquatles at Lalbach and I
ittnig as an itieodliate ('onse
(illence rei ef from tie pressu re of I he
AtsItriani for'ces ilassed along the Tol
riin o-(Goirizia-T'rieste tront. -
aid tie date for their hearing fixed.
Srety was fitrnmiished by Isaac and
Frank Alderete, Alax Aloye, Rudolpfo
Ciiz and R. E. Thomason.
Gen. fiuerta was drivenl to the
home of his dalghter. M ir.. Luis
Fuentes. Orozco was taken to the
hoie of friends.
Instead of being given ain entulii
Msfli welcomle by his supporters,
imany of whom had gathered at the
border, H luerta reached El Paso in
custody of federal otlleers and under
guard of 25 United States troopers.
The former Mexican executive and
Gen. Orozco were taken to the cus
torus house and later removed to Fort
llliss, where they were held until
their bonds had been provided.
luerta in answer to a question de
nied lie had intended to reenter Alex
ico at this time.
Hurei ta had palnned to leave the
train at Newman and motor 20 miles
to El Paso, accompanied by Alaj. uis
Fuentes, his son-in-law: and Gen.
Oorzco, who had been one of his
niost active commandes-i. That Por
tion of his plan was carried out. but
has party was augmented by the addi
(ion of tho federal o'iclal and tle
late last night f( deral oilcia!s
r!r,-d that e(i. 11ieria was travel
ing toward -: Paso. lack 1'. Cobb,
coliector of customs at El Paso, act
ill- tor the stAte derlirment., assist
4\si by (",iford I'leekham11 of Fort
\\ n!', s l eant! for ,hw depart
n:int of .ilstice, arr'anrgl to meet Iris
r'ain at Newman, N. .l.. accwnopanied
a small fore of fcder:al!ers
An ~. - a- I I:eni I f F ,IlIs I
un der' ('ol. (<:00?2' .\lor:'an, ItheI
Iireon beimi ad :. ' an escrt anti
t br u1 :1i it y
Ilruera r't:ueh( ' Newm::n~ a I fi10
a. mi., ar..! ;:arIly :vaerl to thne ie
I ha t Ith t ao ndl ( n. (irozoo accomi
r'any~ Ih mi toi tel~ a'. hiii in El
Saso~ :or aon 'tentc'.. The( gteneral
lilaced iitider't at'est, tlrt was to) ibl
givc'n every(0 courtesy a- ti.eii ;.'eit. on
I li 'r.: T I to li( ('ity. -
"'.\h. sildir., fine!" cye!aimed the
aliehtd f'rm the trin. lie (hrattied
('he'''rulliy dturring the drive to thre
"\\'a r hs not all hatd," sauidi liuerta
at men11t ion of thie .\metrt(rica War lie
tw('(n the' Sectionsg. "'Thtat iade (if
the I 'ie Staites a gretater' nationt
than r it 'old othIer'wisc have beenr.
Pe rhapsJ thei civil wars of Mlexico nay
likewi' hernelit tiy ('ounrtry."'
Or' thre Eutropran wvar lie said:
"'N gtood can conic form that eon
ttct, for -wheu It endis all colunitrties
irvolh,'d will lose.''
.\ hr'ief stop was made at thIe El
Pa so otsry club (111 for refreshmrrent s.
Th en tire auintoriobile I s ed to~ Ihe
Iomie of Gen. I uer'ta's daughter and1(
tr'oi'eeed to tire feder'al bhullIding. In'
a brief Cha~it withI newspaper' r'eiro
sent at ives thle genr'al (ldcliied to dis
eruss .\exlean affaIrs frm any angle.
I (11( not tntendi to enter Mexico,"
lie saidl. "Perhaps I mar'y r'etur'n atI
i'omte fuiure (hue, hut not In less than
WANTS RESPECT FOR
iressure beintr itroughit to lBeur on
President to Secure Iodificetion of
Vashington, June 26.-Pressure of a
formal and organized character was
exerted today on the United States
government to secure from Great Bri
tall a ilodillCatilol of tle embargo oil
all1 enonnllier('ial intercourltse ht weent
(;rmany aid neit.ral countries.
Twelnty Illelthers or a tomu ini Ittlee ap
poinited by mlore t hani one hun rd red
American liniporters laid befo'e See
let.1vry ILansing and other Slate de
par-t Itllnt 0lil'Ilals a. petit ion setting
forth that (Ielat ltritaini had "studi
otusly avoided" ansvwIeriig Ile .\meri
annl not of March :;0 that in the
ieiaitittie valuable time alis beenI lost
inl p-reimrinig for future buisies, 'ind
that tlie gineral effect had beeni hari
li to t lIe "long stablished trad in
The illttporters ple;ldell for "an uinlit
ter-rupted sulpply of Americanl-owned
merctihandis, whether ih le samte has
been paid for, contracte-d for or. Imiay be
1ont racted for, "aid the unrestricted
right to ship ion-contrahantd goods
tirough nutral countiles to or froi
In a stateient Issued by the limi
porters aftr their colitference It was
revealed that Seretary Lansing had
"eXpressed a deterin in at ion on the
part of bthtl the liresideit antd hIm
self to do all in tili. power to aid the
iilioltors ill securi-tig the tiuts to
which they ar entititled uttdeler the laws
cof nations and by treaty obligations."
The eff-ct ofi today's collf:erence will
not he apparent, for several da vs. See
retary L:nsing took thte facts ire
seited by tilie imlt r under (rconsid
ert':ion and will cotiutnicate witII
It has been announced that the State
de:Partment for many weeks has al
ready been preparing furtlier repre
sentations to Great Britain asking for
aI modification of the so-called block
ode. The presideiit, however, has been
iI-r wIlling to complicate the situation
with the delicate negotiations with
(ermany in progress.
There has been an insistence in
many quarters that the note should be
sent to Great Britain simultaneously
wt h tlie German negotiations to eli
pjhasIze the determination of t h- Unit
ed States to defend neutral rights.
whether violated by ('realt Ilri'in or
Mlr. iVlsFotn has (ol friends that he'
ha. heen (n hlth sIdes of the qutestloi
of sendiitn a note to (G1reat Itri taill at
this time, but it is known t:at he
fnally Ire'ci to wait for Germany's
attwe'r concernirt submarine warfa't.
' is thou "ht. lertain In diploatnl
qulartler' Ihw that G Irm:tny will in r
nex. n e tl:0 ruiantge of the. ;1mi
1:11 of Ii(- ni 'l States to submit
'!_. .. 1 -1 - r",:' I ::. 00 1v v n u
i 8 'vwh - tluine warfa Y
louintrties werle dhropped~l andl re ;t
tion; re:nouved on tha rh!t;'unrn. oft
i-ringi alli lhe phasesi of thle order-i in
the( 1talt'eent (If the Amerlican impot
lrs wv!! h le t ranstmit ted to .\mhlass~uilort
1e9:i for ptrsenita tion toi the lUrit 1.
ni mtahty appri'eiatIe the growinn unii
re: t 0of .\mer'iCan mer~chlants.
\\'a~:hiimtoll, .utn' 21. -The hg
1.'. i'ti int n l1 af is f th le :11
oin1tians is 1-len: e \t~inru the nauin:ii
of two ii tli -tfro 1tht(i stae lt
"Lce a' t enuviso enuI nc~il"ofth
h Ir lare tear (I le \d ial \ 'i tr lin of
.\btion, talhief on thlt byreau mil ta i
reau of~ sufplis an on a heounts.
gntis aurle eas .hg1 tWen.lyIle
IsTi 'eu- Illen ein w m ~ilT tem t
edth ab fo the Lydia m ail null
Mathis. Though rather one-shied, the
gameiI ivas watchedl with interest by
thn nassnihlnd fnnu
inluie 11. I. Sitht1 to 'resilde it ('ourt
whichl Is t) ('ouvenle ,1uly 12thl.
Tihe Jury Comiiissioners inet ill tlle
Aillce of the clerk of court .onday
'nld drew the o~lowing jiltors who are
to serve inl Common I'leas court
which ovenes .1 uly 12th with .1udge
\I. L. Silihl on the bench:
I .alr tens-- .1. Allen lIarksdale, .1. W.
A. lloyd, C. 1". Alo.irgan, .1. K0. Oglesby,
I. It. l'age, .ainies .\. I)ean.
Youngs 0. V. "ox, 1,. 1'. ILigon,.
1. IR. Taylor'.
I):aIs .\. \\. l1obo, 11. (". .\mlstrong,
1'. ('. Owen.,. W. Z. Piall. 1I. S. \\al
lace. W . II. llagwell, E. M. Alarler.
:allivan .T. .1. Coht-luan. .\. 0.
Cowpvlanld, J. K. Th'lornason. \W. C'. T11m.
\\'aie too- .1.. Cob :nmi, .1. \lar-vin
\Ioore, lRex Lantold.
(':'- li I I- I,. P . lrt'l i y n, i Vti. \ .
lr illin,. lohn C. Car t.
(ln e ('. It. \\4km n . S. Far.
rar. Goo. W%. Youn;. C. i.T h;\'!
iiins l'tlyler'. Q (huh w l ete.
.la1 C l - ' ed .lohnl son, 1. .\l Y lu .
t eu! 'x wn P. .1. 111 t tl't sonl . i . t .
E-:NTf-lTA ~ l-N .\T 0R.\
iaidi's .\id sochiety liee ofP (rehlrian
o'l'hurch td be lost -'riday -venains.ls
The .a .id Socite , ey the Owv
ings Preshyleriall ili clit illet eu
v'i ahe chapel at that place on Fri
day evening .1tuly the 2nd, froml S:;11
The progr-aml wich will be a g-ood
o'nhe, will include numbers by the
'oune:ln nnt 1,ad, ti Simpsonville
)iuartelt, 'its. Outz, tthe violinist ;
rmigby .\iss Bllozemanl of* Chicora
College and istrimntr al solos.
\ftoer this ptrogram a delightful re
oeqption onl the( lawn, whore the social
Tomlnitttee will introduce us to oiir
Cake and lercalm" will be sol.
Apples and Tomatoes.
The title of this little paragraph ar
once suggests what It Is all about, at
p11cs and tomatoes, somec certain apl
viie and tomliatoes or apple and toma
city, .Mlrs. Ray Anderson and thieyt,
weIre sent to the "Garden 10ditor" of
The Advertiser the other dlay by one
of the "foremioost" gardeners of tihe
city, .Mrs. W. ay Anderson and they
wci e like all other products from .\l'rs.
Anderson's garden and nursery, large
and lu1scious". The tomato was thle
irA he had sen of local growtho this
sonoand was as- I -etty as Semd
: in i . The apple
I~io I i*0 l.tt~, Il f~ih ls h It' 20oul
lt i:' z ti l i g, Iiz o I t in oI n t
1aintr a lsI and01 orilthe a ita "peih"
toirs.iI'' i Y t\des has beei latheing~ t~oI
mato it' and welling 'hticoitwo the lat
tir pat o: ltst weok.
i till 1linm.n111" On.
.\1 o t i ni o to an stiat yili o ao of
,h o to(i l i0chlrs h. r01 si itro'. day
other5 (-i1 rei n v y e r
h-ii l Iti u o !le; taof c on in th
oIN br' o ;ht I o', frem o thl 1 : emp,
\It-;ohouih ol v o-r i t oj iot
olitt itet l ii Irk to \ii.-lumi a so
1lle IIIt . l ''oe K ork, th io n ot 11 know uil
tola h ra r uot the pubileil OliteY '''4
aina and sit t reits ofe te i ty feor loe
numbs ~f r, ha ()vns Ise prt-lonl loe
Ilsant andlll he lried wo lihe ay
utain Clulti. 'ltooiho "lnewerend
Kirk"s hasyengiye th li ua tan (re o
'inIn . ('Ioer to tdo myIrIale Ial
t csev rllns.ikin d rcieo
Exercises at Watts Mill on
Mill on Monday. Sto
The F'oru-th of .luly falling ton Sln
day this year, 1 indeperulenee Day will
le celebrated here oi Saturd'ilay arnd
.\ionday. No exercises have beet ar
ran311at l for ill tlle city ;w-oplr. but
1inn11 preparation has becun li'lade at
hLh1 maills for olnservcing lit, iay ill a
fitting manner. The store;; if the citY
will Mls \oinday.
Watts .1111 S t iirda).
.\t \\'tts .ills the colehr:ilion will
be inl vc: c I f Fair'i.w '. an.i No, . I
ii2. \\'od inl r t ill' \\'cl. : l c, ni [,it.
I!' lli\er CoIncil. .lcnio U) rder I'l ted
.\cierican .\!chani . T!14 cay will b"
f turIc id by\ s;;ort s, se-aki? :n i a niv- I
1ice. The p lic is invitci o aIttc ni
iedl by .di !I hind. Ti e lI I
i is 11h0 Pro!ra:dc1c
. In. I ising n iii l-'I . i:i!
i1r3h-rl aus:ic:ict of ,i t l in-r ( ctin
cil, No. 1;1. .1. 0. t'. .\. .\1.
I 1 .1. ru .4 xIhPilionI !)r-ill hv Falirv iew
Camcp No. i ''. \\. (). \\. 1*i tci in
II:15 a. In. to 12 1i.----.'ielI Spoirts.
I Ilk. to I p. ill.- Speaking by prolini
I1 to :1 I . nli.- la sket I I) 1 ini .
::15 to 1 1c. mn. - i- ld Sports and ath
lit iv vx ents.
*i p. nH.---ala e 1cc1 (hunt: Fats ..
I .tire is lill .i!ntla.
.\1 the L.uoirens 11111! prIepara-.tionIs
have been 1ina de fori the biggest cele
Ilart R04li .1 to State.1i ile.
Th'l frienids here of .Mr. 1irt l-ielu
will be interested in the news that he,
has ioved fronI Florence to Statos
ille, N. C., where he hams aecepled a
inore lucrative position. Of his di
imrture from Florence, the Da i Iy
Times, of that city, had the follow
ing to say:
"Mr. Hart Ricicy, who for the past
five years has been the elichent book
keeper for the Southern lotor C(a'
'.u1nij1any, 1of this city, and Is so well
known and opular lit Florence left
thcis iolning for Statesville, N. ('..
wherv lie has accepted the Iosition
as ruanagler ot' the( ('arolina .\lotor.
colici nfy. . lM's. ilichey, who is a I'lor
ecnee girl, .\liss Nina ho(.l:lnaghan hc
fore her Inarriage will join himic tierce
In the next aw dys. Tlihis youlfnLv cOuc
v!o has a host. of fric-nis hcre who
io 'ret tIleir going away Ibut( their,
geuid wishes '1o with themi to th
Goingz to I; xpositIo.
\ :.arty of c abc att a cciiz .a .au rs
Il i... wi :a l -'rilday: afUternoon 3or
Hinchlla :D-r the n il j i
lar1. r pa;t. 2nci spe- -I wi , toe
I i- he iii 1c P n ina ' e Aii, at 3d n3 l'ran c
ci-. i. \\'hih- ccn a- I the y ill ri i
nlonc-[cius cithI''r la ii of inate c- . 1ti
11113cth's Itrac cl. Iii the pa tycc ,:
ni .nii ic'ini-c n .i :; l~t i ta .\hr -
d ith ,1 .l t s .c Is h it .1 .l is , \i s .c:c \l a r
t:ile' l-'iller. .\iliss ('ccrri' lle ing . crii
I lac ad i'3Ch iltii .i(;(cowan. Theyc
ii ill he' jin dcI i at (fri n'iilitlix b .Ali s
Inc I .itl and cci 3 al l i : ctia cdham by .\liss3
1':cc nIeis Th1ru: 3.
.\hoicc toc liloccw I'ip!
h.b! il t ii'. ho c.
3i .u .\ !~.-it s r.c
"'3 - 13'' hcci l. .l1' t . c.c 3 alt
fl dii :-bt:'a s \cx''ie ' WII har1 h-I
do :, ea i ardNe 'vr.s
I\e:iwwii i t i lo l~c ~o t i Ncl . IiI
\\'hw ! ii - f ' ii cc h l in eiils hltt- i
I ( ndO n. .( l ne I .~I.c ial ci oIlie ialy a -
nouced * thati (l the Bank of Enail ic
prepary torhie pletin o
Saturday and at Laurens
res to Close Monday.
brationl ever. held there. InI addition'
5. .1. Nicholls, cantldidates for con
.ress. Two hall gailes are alvertisedld
ono fo' l1le ilottlitig and1l Otle for tho
afttriloonl. Thfllowing- prim-, have,
iefnli tno)l .I lor r the at hleiv con
('lirulnLg th n lol R:'.-0 ockev,
by .! \ II. W il & ('o.
IGol Vanilas .,0 PIb;. F)IIur by C.
. .\ :
i Y 1 ( . .l t
rei .ll i)4 41: ltor .
Pi. lling Hact I pair gl'a t by J,
(C. h ulIr i ('o.
ha i 0 m iiV.:'5 t aw ll y
N !YI' (iy.
1-' al IIn- .iM.:.nc Ia Il i~e .. by git arttdo
i i In I ave ( . ,10 (; hia y P . \\.
l iih .1uin) *2t~,0 inl Trade b)Y 1-'lem
:l : itf I 'a I l e I )Iir (lot) f u th lants
by Ie . fo r a 11.Wt . C I t r11 t raif
('o:I 1 y ('h1ct io a frottl int ( ' oln
lI Avo 1 11hhi I I ace- - I r t Coca ( olIa,
b1ly ('.ra.; Cola h'ing 'o thp ub
110 in Trade to in.ite of ineost
prizs byl'utam Dug (o.
I') a 11-(wte and li'a sl lrts, oandress
t Will b e uilade by 1f . .. .\lor..n and
BOGND I NJU'NCTION FAILS.
Sia .udh e Ansel Passes to (Green,.
;Ille ('ase---\ hpeal 31y he Takea
Green0lville, ,11une 2S.-Special ,hudgo
.Maritin F. Ansel today denied the re
<iVs t for anl iitin cti on to restrain
(Ihe County Supervisor fromn issiling ona
Jily I 10,000 In bolnd for thle pub
li roads of thle comnty. The notice of
a ppeal1. however, given by Lewis WV,
l'arker anId . K. A .\ligbln, Counsel
'or (le plaintiff, .1. \'. Little, mneans
that if (lhe case is varried to the si
11rentev court, that it will be severar
iluonthls before the wmiler canl hie de
eilled arni the1-reby will slop the road
work fo h4 present 44mun-r. Thrm
is kel~ln 0klillillillni : 1 f(g " jalld
any~ h Iie hIiat the a1 wal ,il not bo
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