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Life of German Emperor Taken by
BritLi'h Veteran of Hoer War.
Career of Man Who (lot the Kaiser
With Movie Camera.
The life of the German Nmperor
taken. rho Kaiser "shot," to use the
vernaculai of the motion picture In
dustry, Rupert J.lian. a British vet
eran of the Boor Wat, and one of the
most talented and popular motion
picture actors and directors in
America, has created one of the most
startling, sensational motion pictures
ever shown to the public, in his "The
Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin," which
takes the spectator into the iInp .ial
Palace and shows the Kaiser in his
habits and nannerisms and repug
nant egotism and bruttahity. The
seven reel picture chronicles n vivid
truthfiilness Wgtil n iind her in
offensive peu, before the invasion
of the German hosts, shows in hor
rible but authentic scenes the treat
ment of the peasants by the Pruis
sian barbarians as they vlough
through Belgium and its inhabitants.
llupiCrt Julian, who has screened
this sensational expose of the !in
timate life of the Kaiser, directed it I
andt played the iole of the German i
Ruiler, is an 1lglishnlall. who has I
had a long and successful, as well
as decidedly varied caieer oil the I
legitimate stage and before the I
Madden, A tg. I. -Good seasons have
been voiclsafed u1 sine last witin
and old corn is now secuir.
Prot r'acted ieetin g is in progress
tils week at New Prospect. Rev. [R. A
J. WVIdills. of 1 reen ville, iuicle of tle
pastol, is the Visiting millister. lie
gave u1s a good seroIllon Sunllday morn1-11
ing froil the text foutnd in 110 1Ith
P.salm., "let the words of my mout h.
anld thle mleditat Ions of miy heart be'
accept abIle iln Thy sight oh Lord(, mylS
Str'engthI anld my13 Redeeme r". Should
we all live up to that text, said the
speaker, we wouldi cariry Illeaven with
.Miss M\attle 110bo Poole and~ bther ci,It
Joshua Ciraig Poole, areC the gulests
this week of their (ousinl, Miss Ora
Mrs. .\loll ic Teagiie, who has been
wIthI her Cou sin, .\lris. E10mma Moinroe,
sinice- the death of Mr. .\onroe, is now
back home enjoying the "big mleet- a
in~g". She was the guest Sunday of I
her (couSin. Mr's. Fanniie Moore, at the Ii
hospi tabl home 101 of M\r. W. H1. HIud- g
Mr'. R. .ludsonf Langston and neigh
b~or, Thad .\oore, were 'lectioneering at a
the Alasonlic picnic at Mt. Gallagher s
Saturday. Mr'. Langstonl is canidi- a~
date tor' treasurer and Neighbor i,
Moore is nIOW listening to tihe seduic~ ti
tiv'e buzzing of the piroverbiail "polit- g,
ical bee" and possibly we may hlave .y
more to tell later'.
Mr. and Mirs. John Gentriy of Dur- hI
bin wor'shipped at New Prospect Sun- hI
day. This is tile hlome church of Mrs. 5
Gentriy andt sI'- wsas cordlially greeted t
by relatives hAdu friends.
Mr. Cliff Cunninghiatm and son, J.* n
D. of Cross LIAill, came "back home"
for services Sunday and Sunday a
night. They were the guests While
her'e of his mother', Mlrs. ii. C. Cun- (
Miss Genevieve Bailey, of Sedalla, is
over for a stay with her graindmother, y,
Mrs. Cuninghamn, and her aunt, Mr's.
Friends of Mr'. and Mrs. Tblurman
Finley will be glad to hear that. Mr's.,
Finley and little Elsie Ozeila are do- ~
Dr. Vincent was called to see little
Nell, the bright little daughter of Mr. <
and Mr's. Thad Moor'e. She is all
right now, we are glad to state.
Mr. Luther Higgins is spending
awhile with his sister, Mrs. Cora Mad
Miss Alice P'rofitt, of Columbia, -
spent tile week-end with hler homes
;reaks Loose in
l's Cruel Insult.
He was born In Manchester, Eng
land, and, at the age of seventeen
vears, was playing important parts
)f the English legitimate stage; sup
rears, was playing important parts
)f the Einglish legitimate stage; sup
)orting such famous stars as Sir
lerbert Beerbohm Tree, George Alex
inder and Lewis Waller.
After his last season with Tree,
bitpert Julian went to Australia in
ler contract with J. C. Williamson.
With the firing of the first gun in
he Boer War he enlisted, but his ca
cer as a soldier was shortly elded
ii his capture by Louis Botha, later
>remier of South Africa, andt until
he close of the war M.\r. Julian lay
,aptive in a Boer prison. Prior to
his lie had been captured and ex
At the conclusion of the war lie
was sent back to England an in
'alid, but regained his health and re
uimed his theatrical work.
He subsequently returned to Ats
ralia and remained with J. C. W\'il
lamson for years, eventually comn
ng to this couitry where lie played
vith lewis Waller in M. Beaucaire
it Daly's Theatre, New York. Then
ollowed a season with Tyrone Power
ii ".itlia Caesar", playing Mare An
ony to Mr. Power's Drutus.
This was his last appearance on the
egitimate stage. lie went to Califor
lia to spend tle sitmimer; there he
net the Sialleys and was induced to
Olks recenltly. .\iss l'rofiti Is mIak
.-iHod in her ose profession,. (hat
I trainied itrise, her frietnds will be
lad to know.
Air. auId .\lr's. Walter .\loore w n
'tists Siiday of \lr. and .\lts. Thad
Mt's. 'laire Finley .\iartin and chil
reln, of lhoxingtoni, N. C., and M.r. and
Ils. Carroll Pieivy Martin, of (reen -
ille. are hitere on a Visit to Mr. and
[rs. .1, LI. Finley and nonterous other
eIatives. Carroll is Anonl to join tihe
lors a nd he came lo -e his grand-i
arentls anid unc1]l(' andi~ auntils before
av'ing for c'amp.
M\iss .\lvtrr.leBishiop, *4 iha rming
)ring lady of Inman, is et.pectedl Wed
'sdlay afrterntoort'foi' a wisit to- her
M\rners. Cunil~rertsoni aind ltnw. ~f Wa
ri'on. ainil iev. Mr. i'lle s of (Ulemc
mi C'otlAge, 'Aerie ptleasieit taftersf
lindt~ay afit' TIrnum at Ithe itm ' tot' s Mr..
'i d irs.. .f. A. Wofford. .Vtr. lI~i' is
iry'lig ont a pUnttracied mei ing at
-foi' (lont foys. "Jiji' Wfofrd
as a grueat fav'or-ite of hi' andi we
cre glad to greet "Parson Elliist" asI
is kn.wn amC !;oved by tiu- eiadts.
e hlas a. greari and good Itiliutce'
illh "hi- boys".
Miss RtIth BrcA.n has ieturnd from
pleasant visit to Westminter- nd
par'tanLimrg. Aht WestinAtern she'
as the guest of~ M'isses Ella \fae and
ill ian Martin. While thei' she had
tOe plats4ure of hearling two, or hier
>rmler pastor.+ preach, Rc'm jJodie
artin anld R. J. Woodwmard.
Todid 'tTomps~on, wh'lo ir.tes his
ame in Floridia most of t ha. Iime, Is
ere niow Wtih iris par'ents~ Mi'. and
[r's. Os G. iThomipson, r'ecuperating at
1r a seious case of blood pnrisoninzg.
Wo had the pleasure recently of
reetinlg Mr. T. E. F'riday, State Sena
i' for Orangeburg coutnty.. We were
eJfghtedl to heat' thriough Uim that our
2a'lurens coutnty canildates, M\essrs.
ooper and Dial wei'e going to mako
tine run in the low country., He
olced our hope and bolief that they
rould be elected.
To Improve Your Digestion.
"Fot' years my digestion was so poor
hat I could only eat the lightest
aods. I tied ever'ything that. I heard
f to get r'elief, but not until about a
'ear ago when I saw Chlamberlain's
'alblets advertised and got a bottle
f .thenm did I find the right treatment.
lnee taking them my digestion is
ine."-Mrs. Blanche Bowers, Indiana,
Orove Tasteless chill Tonic
estroys toto malarial germs which are trasmitted
theo blood by the Malaria Mosquito, P'rbo 60c,
Berlin When C
0, Gains Entran
Father Shot Down and Girl at 3Iere)
of lun Rrule.
Paris.-The arrival today of a
number of Belgian refugees brough
more revolting storiC of the treat
ment of the women and girls of lel
gium by the German army oillcers
quartered in the former peaceful lit'
tle villages of Belgium or passing
1 hrough them in I heir retreat fron'
the allied forces.
One young prospective brid saw
her lance clubbed to death w th the
butt of a musket, under orders fron
General von Gitick; her fr .hol
down while she herself was tcrri
from tile arms of her aged grar:d
mother by a German Pileer, t. I ptaii
von Ilancke, who fortunately was
unable to accomplish his evil pur
Similar stories are told' daily, al
most hourly of the depredations 01
the barbarians of the Kaier, "thc
Beast of Berlin," as tihe German Eim
peror is called.
appear before the camera.
"The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin.'
is the most iretelitious of many ex
('elln tirodlictionis lie has directed
and actedl. The scenario was written
by 'll iott J. Clawson, and is the re
stilt of more than a year's constant
research and delving into every aui
thentic work obtainable covering the
intimatc secrets of William 11. and
c and 50c
EVEi1, WEAPiON U'.EDl
TO lEtD)LV E'lTE("
The Amnuterir'ut oitiier ('ses ltiYes,
l'istols, .u11ta(itne Guns, 9 iaytonels,
Eent Itille 41tts, Etyeet('ly I'pon
With thw Amicrfcan Arimly on he
Aime- .\l rn o Fr'. .1u ly :.-- n. d e
Sorre, comt timan ld Iz the armyll V on this
froni, expressed to. dhe corres[ouitdents
tldei- his satisfact im at the p agrespi
mi n'-v iade :anl the hope tt e, the
Gettirians were for<-id abeyondu r.Ceir
i(new .insit ins.
It unad fan'r a kee'' satisfati-m:~ to
operuatIion a thie bait e an iud he wasi~
wi'ihl *Ih.. Anupt'mricas iwere eat ingH
ont thi ii' a':t. Som t: th1 Ile olli me~ L
now) ini t he line hem huoff met at ruhe
Itime ofl the Boxer riirzg in ('huuht,
when It. wa t a captair . The Anm'r't
"mar forimis at. occtupy (tie hills Mu.
Yondm S rjigi anld Serg.
One oaf the fiercest meou~teri~t' ii
thle prew~t I t'fentsive was broug,htI
ablouit tay the Amerl'hami who oeumo
pied Se.in-ge. mliuring *d'e night chie
Americalt pretendoedtl w0~ithd mw
from ihe v~i'age. Souif thetm -id
withld r-aW; lnt others rexsxainedl in che
hiouses and other poin'.a of vantge.
Thle Gerann began ie iring into the
p~lace anud 'm Anietica a opened ire..
To enmyj comupatiies were virtiituffly
annihudatedti The Amauearias used
mnacluue gwns, rIfles, t..tools and em
iilO"ymtd'i bo lite bayonst. andl thie ritte
btutt. with~ great effetivenuess. The
tigh sa icn the streetz was savagn. but
of ''om pneatlvely brtieI du ratiton. Then
the. Americans awaited thle caminig
of other Germtians, brat they came not,
Ser. IFrench and Arnerleans together
nAovedl beyond thle nftilage.
When the Germans learned thai
the Amrrericans in Suringes were win
nhig they utsed their artillery and
there is untqueston-able evidence that
nhumerouis Germarmu were killed by
Some prisonera taken declared that
the orders wore that the Germanm
must hold on at all cos. Amionp
the prisoners were men attached tc
the Fifth Foot Guards fromn Lorrain<
and others who had been on leave Is1
Germany, who saId that ,the Germagi
people were thoroughly tired of thc
war and did not care who governed
so long as thie war came to an end.
The Germans are now using higil
extplosive shells simuiltaneoualy with1
gas shells. The hIgh' esplosivee art
desnigned to drown thue "op" of thu
gas projectiles, which the allies havt
apt. von Wohlb
:e to Palace and
"It's an Outi
Berlin.-The public has just learn
ed of an attack upon the Kalsor, with
the landing of a clear-cut knockout
blow oin the jaw of his Impe ilal Ma
jesty, leaving him in an undignified
protrate position on the floor fr-r fully
Consternation naturally reigned in
the Palace, liartlienilarly among the
Emperor's military staff, but it is said
that there was anl undercurrent of
fletee plea.mire among many, with sln
eere sympathy for Captain von Mohl
boli, in view of his inevitable fate.
Captain von l lohlbold, in command:
of the Palace Guard and in constant
totch with the Kaiser had been re
peaedly insulted by the Emnperor, al
most always in public. ie wias goaded
to desperation. The captain sought ati
private audience and demanded satis
Before st'eking the German Fh n I
- enptain is reported tb have
"Sliall I regard your insults as the
outburst of a disordered mind?"I
"Shut your mouth, you swine' You
are under arrest!" screamed the Kais
er. The bWow followed.
Such a remark from a man in com
mand of the Palace Guard and in
daily contact with the Kaiser lend's
considerable strength to the opinions j
that the Kiser is not in his right
(mind and Is justly termed "The fin'
Dog of iKurope' as wel las "rhe Bea
learned to distinguish from the oti -
ers. The pereentage of gas Casualties
low is a result of the discovery
the German trick, because the allies
gknerally anticipate attacks with gas.
Aerial activity was greatly inereas
14i today owing to the fact that the
weaher. after several weeks of
storts, cleared American aviators un
derto(fik reconnnissance rnissions,
ehiefTy, bit I the purstuit mac hines al
so we 't Up. Two American iliers al
taviket two German sconts over Mon
tsee, div th. W-_oevre, and dtrove one
Tlhie Termtians pt over a heavy liar
rage in the Woevre sector this morn
:ng. it fas td mtore than halIf an hour
a ttdi it Li probabile that they aent in
fatIry uaoss beh ind the barrange. lBnt
heir tire was; ett irely wasted as theit
)Positions had been evacnated.
- Thtedestruct ion or a Gecrmian bl
'non ont July 29 bas been verified, and
aniot her was brtought down yesterday.
Opra be ial achines.
aothY arm by
will supp ,a power at
an exce it low cost.
Runs th dentone, churn,
seart, rshing machine
frpatcly nohing. Al
so supplies the entire farm
witb brilliant electric light.
A chiki cana run It and it
pays for litiel In a short
time. Lat uu demonstrate
It on ypuur farm.
G O. S. ael,D.
1d, Goaded to
'age" Says C
The Crown, PI-ince, who was not
even interviewe(d on the jaw-smash
ing episode, replied: "I cannot be
lieve that Ha. Majesty employed the
expression 'you swine' in rebuking
111 by (I's time,'.
liutrages by Ils Officers Promipted by.
Evaimples Provided by.Tliir IHiler.
New York.-ieason for the outrag
Ps comm it ted agailst the young wo
innhood of Belgiuni by the offleers
land men of the German army Is un
toubtedly provided in the tales that
ire being told, by people who know
3f the insulting manner In which the
Kaiser hInisei4 has frequently receiv
d'p ominent ladies at his reception In
[he V'hite oom of tie Inperial
Pal *e, where his generals andother
>All rs are present and have seen the
di: Iespect shown feaiale guests by
1h 1 own ler.
'ho Kaiser i.f slave to beautiful
d11(1 and haswf en distressed ladies
Of Ilie Cou' by his bold, public ad
niration id insulting insinuations.
\. as w receiving considerable at
eniif hele In New Yoik s that of
M4: Gertride Astor, who was oir
1 ( by the Kaiser to remove her
Pitation for Letters of .dnmilnistrattion.
4tate of South Carinha,
County of Laure1ni'11s.
3y 0. G. Thoipson, Probate J u(ge:
Whereas, W. G. 14incaster imade suit
o lie, to gral t him Letters of Ad
niniistratilon of the 'slate and effeets
)f it. U. Pranks.
TIeisre are therefore. to clie and ad
nonish all and singlar the kindred
ind(1 creditors of the said It. G. Franks,
Ieeased. that they be and appear be
'ore 111e, in the ('01ourt of Probate, to
)e held at Laur11ens Court Ilouse. Iau
'1ns, S. C., on the 113thi day of August,
ties of the
~'m Our pro
t aste good.
P. O. Bon06. In de.Na8 M
mLA-s. d amI
Von: Wohlbod. Ft 1s more likely that
His Majesty used the word 'paciflst'
and Vonny, misund'erstanding the- -
word and having his first quite ready
for the occasion, passed him one.
Poor Vonny, I'n afraid ie's all cut
glove -while he stood'gloating like an
N10qt of the rings and bracelets
worn by the Kaiser aroedUplicates of
ornaments lie has noticed on female
hands while admiring and* fondling
them, even though they were stran
gers. With such an example set by
their itler very little can. be ex
pected from hardened soldiers rom
the moral standpoint.
U-130A'I' CAPTAIN GOES MAI).
Murderer of Lusitania Passengers
Now i Mnine.
Remorse has actually reached one
German mind. The U1-11hat Command
er who sank the Lusitania has become
a raving maniac, according to the
latest news provide: by the Kaiser,
lhe 1cast of 13erlin. Tile captain was
(ignifie(l by the Kaiser- with unusual
honors and medals, but. could not ex
pcl from his mind the terrible convic
tion that lie had ruthlessly killed wo
men and childi'en.
it 12 & 13
ISrI next, after publieation hereof, at
o'clock in the foreioon, to show
enuse, if any they have, wiy the said
Administatt Ion should not be granted.
Given under iy hand this 29th day
of July, An1no i)omini 1918.
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