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V -)LUMP. XXXIV. LAURENS, SOUTh- CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, t918. NUMBER 16
AT L l1Y' w2
Allied Armist!cc Terms are
Termis Enforced U'pon Aistrians far
H3yond U1:,pes4 of Ii a s :1s.\nirian
Iines Witihdrawn liehind Linies Held
ei WIar11 De. 'I:-ed. IIunoti Ic lle Ta
en y Allies.
Washat eni, Nov. -.-ulstria-Iln
gary, ithe last and mno.t pow rfulI a11ly
of Gerimany, assed out of the w.orld
war today undcr ter:ms of abjec IIIr
Not only have the armed fore'se of
the cnve powerful Austro-ilungarian
empire laid down their arms to awalt
tlhe end of the war and 1eace letrims
dictated by the allies and the Inited
St ates, but Austro-HI nit aran territory
is opel for operations ag-kinst Ger
many. 1ven the mnunitions of that
forimer ally are to be used again1st
the kaiser's armies if refusal to ae
cept conditions now being prepared
for t1em. make prolonged tight ig nec
The trinis which stopped th vle
torious advance on the Italian front
were accepted by the Austrian com
mander in chief in 4he field in the
name of the Vienna government and
their execution is guaranteed by the
thorough heating already administered
which had converted the defeated
army into a disorganized, fleeing
E"ven .the teris imposed previously
upon Bulgaria and Turkey hardly were
so drastile. In addition to all of the
military precautionsi the Austrian
armies are compelled to retire from
a wvide spread (if territory within the
border or their empire when the war
began, surrendering all of Italian Ir
redenta and thereby losing any ad
vantages for argument over boun
darles around a peace table.
A map survey of the geograpical
lines fixed for Austrian evacuation
shows that the area is even greater
than that set by the Italians as the
goal of their ambition when they en
tered the war. At that time the Italian
leaders carefully outlined and indi
cated on their war maps the ter
ritory along their borders whiclh they
deemed it necessary that they acqluire
for racial and sentimental reasons
and also to insure the security of their
In decreeing Austria's surrender
terms, the supreme war counell at
Versailles has followed this outlin1
closely. but has enlarged upon it tC
some extent. The right of occupation
of these vacated provinces is stipui
lated, but it i to be noted that for thc
time being civil government Is to h
adliniIstered by the existing loca
civil authorities in cooperation witl
the occupying garrison.
This means that the wvhole quiestior
of final dlisil of the territory in
volvedl is left to be settled at thi
I talitan military oficeris here thrill e<
with pridet tonight over the evidence o
fInal v'ot ory contalinedl in the armistle<
"It is a trniumpih,"' said Generatl (Gug
liemnotti, military attache at the ital
ian embassy, "'which hardly 10( daiy
ago seemed far distant, but in whde
Italy andl her soldiers have alway
had uinslhkable faith, even in Ithe 55(
(lest moments of last year whleni the;
were compel led to give wvay before lb
cruishing sup~erniorit y of thle Gbermat
&' Austr'ian,. Bulgarian and Tiu rkishi f'oI
"rom' n lpuirelyv ilit any ponat
view, three causes have, in my op omT
esp~eciall y contr ibuted( to the trimnp
of today. the c.hoice of thle right mu
ment. thme etblicint direction of thme a
riacks; and raidtity of execuitionl.
'"T'he happly succesCs of the aill
on the French fronti, the w ithdrawal
liulgarla and Tourkey from the wari, 1l
AustrIa, althbough ith forces great
imperior, alone ag'iinst 15 "'l'T ha
weather and the snow had already hb
gun to make the mov'emfets aind ti
m-a~vintoninig of the armies in th
JECT SURREN DR
('AUDE CARIU-itl"I' KILLED.
Rieplorttid hilled in Action on Oetoier'
19th. Mtember of Rloyal Fngwiflh
Otilcial notice was re''clved by M\Irs.
nuy S. Garret, of this city, yesterday
of the death in action of her no-I, Lieut.
'I,1tei G: 11re i tta hd to the lioyal
ln lish Flying Corp'. No previtous
Ikling of his misforline havin:- beun
riceiveI here, the nov:n ol h!, dcath
caie not only as a shoek to his family
uIt a ir h) i friend in lov-n. 'Th
report s Ai ntaled that he was ]il
ed in ation on October 10th and as!
he had ui:t wrilken to hiI Ihr the
d1-y bVefore t c' ling of lbeing in the g rea'
haltlev inl whleh 1..01 'm tllod
It is s 0it1ose-' that. he was killed in
the pvi'Itwthorlod of the Arot-onne For
v ~h'm h of the i lre :- tihI -
ing of the ivr ha been taking place.
LUiti. (i'rroe wa yer of -o.
While still at Clemson 'otl'gv le Vol
tint eeredrI In tlho aerial service an :1
first went to 1;ong 1,lnd4 fo ti
ing. If" went fronm there to Texas and
fromt there to ,a nada, where he be
ealie attacled to the Royal Engl ish
Fying corps. Rih1 t recently he had
beeni promoted to tight. commander
and was rai)idly forging ahead In the
The deceased Is survived by his
mother, Mirs. Guy S. Gairett, one sis
tter, Miss Ed monifa Garrett. and a
young brother, Cabel Garrett. IllS
I grandmother, 'Mrs. W. IT. Garrett, and
other relatives are also left. 1Lent.
Garrett was aimong the most nopular
young men of 'the city and his death
Is deeply deplored wherever he was
11obt. Brooks Apprehended.
Sheriff Reld leaves this morniing foi'
tLaurens County, Penn., where lie goes
to secure Robert Brooks, colored,
wanted In this county for killing Ile
nora Davis, also colored, neiar Mount
vIle, In 1910. The slteriff received a
wIre from the Pennsylvania ofilelaI
Monday stating that they had him in
custody and asking what disposition
to. )e made of hiim. iHe had been III
rested for somtte petty erime. Ills (oit
nectioni with thte crime in this couity
was establiskied from fthe descriptions
sent out at tlit time offering a reward
for his capture.
mountain zone rather ditIcul t. The
sante effect was produced in the plailns
near tite sea by the violent rais which
caused the streams to rise and over
tlow the low lands. Such conditions
narrowed the defetse; in the conicret'
case they mal~de thle attack easier be
cause sueh difliclllties make it impos
sIbith for tle en emy to couniterattacl
scessfulily ont our flanks and gavC
Lius an opportunity to concentrate great
e* forces it a narrower space.
"Fromt the very IIrst momtentt thle in
en tIon had been evidlenit of d ivld it;
the Aiustrian army in such a way as In
setarate the mounltala sect ion frn
hat of the phlains and possiliy out
thank the ret reat of the Aiustrha
toopis. I lenice t he rapid aitd v igoroit
push~l towardt~s Vit toi Ventet a, I 'ont
Nelin A ple, whtlehi prompitIy atIa iine'
the first a m. lieneie thle raprid ad
vace int Val Suigana, Grnigno atnd ('as
Stel Neuova. On thle 2'ith of Octoheir
the inItial hombhardmtenit was begun
Toay, Novetmber -1, the I tallian ia!
ulios over the castle of T1rent antd o1
le tower of St. Giusto at TPriest ani
at 3 'io'lc thtis afternon ani aris
tien beenmte effective, thle (clausen C
whlih meaii the uncond itilonal sur
render~ of the entetmy.
"Atnait about 71 entemty divisitot
hItave foughit on it allian soil, MI Iiltanbrn
divisons, three liritish dhivisins, Ont
Fech dirl's ion, a regitmentI of Amci
lean Infantry and the Czechio-Slova
legin. Not' should the help giveit h
our, brave allies to uis he cnsldere
shlht. liesidhes ItheintrinsleC valor 1c
t as d-h ave fughtsideh
side with iuis, thlir prfeence has real
(Ifittied before the~ enemiy the unity<
aiis of all the allies oni the Italia
e theater as well as (on all the othe
WAR WORK DRWI
Laurens County to Raise $
in the Camps. Nationt
Lunacounty', inl commlon with,
'ery other coulity of tihe nalti, enl
era next Monday upon a we k's drive
>r it.s a ppertiomuelt of the $170,500,
)110 Ilflittil \\aIr Work fund. South
trolina's <MIola ;,$1, yoo0 "'.d Lall
reis county's rtota is $26,500. The
;tini i.; to I 4vided betw I v. n (n t he
YoingP .\len's Christian Association.
the Yoi-1, Women's Christian Asso
eintion01, 0 0 Knyh-u-!- of Cfubuthe
.Jewish Welfare Board, the War Camp
Conlrullnity verv iceo, ho Ameia
Library Associationt and ithe Sal vat ion
A rtuy. Tle ('amt pa'ign hia beeo n uin -
(.i-i- ken vih the t.ulvice and conentoli
of the president and was put on joint
ly y all tile le ie. 111ftiting in
ovd(ie to do axay wvith too malny Cam
The ama ,1'1in ibi county will
be' umlec the lideetion (f i. I. N ' (I i.
ri t co lliitteemen will be he .l d here
'Thuisdiay to go ovel ith ItplaInis of th(
c~apain. Smr. NickelS stated yes'er
day that the Coemninil t enoll Weir re
rpondiv:. (ninulically to the call
ror work 0Id that he ad r.n doubt as
to tihe oute-.'m or tIe camp ign.
The or";nnistion of the count: to"
ihe camtiiga is a follows:
Chirma 1. . I. ~N ickels.
V Ce Chalimun-.A.. 7. Tcddl.
city Chairman-1-W. . Ltanster.
Treasurer---l'. G. Dalle.
Colored Workc--. R1..\eu.
Industrial Work-..-.\. T. Smith.
Chairman Speaknhers' Duicaul--W. P.
Pullly --T T. C. Fwitzer.
Co:'eli1tee Lists and Estimts
l'. Bahh, A. "'. Todd, Jas. 11. Sulli
\'l''tory Bty3---Jap. 11. Sullivan.
LureTs Townsip, Qu ota $7,500.
(hitIrmlan, i. I[. W ikes..
School District No. I-Quota $250:
.l .W. Waltt, G. 11. Bll, A. IH.
School District No. 2-Quota $250;
S. It. ollorroh, .1. 11. Powers.
School Distrit No. : --$200; F. Ii.
Iurton, Z. It. Traynham.
School District No. .1l--Quota $160;
11. 1. Illakely, T. Piuss Brown.
School Distict No. 5-Quo a $50:
Unarold C. Smith, W. T. Be'onn, .1. L. F,
School District No. t---Quota $200:
N. J. Anderson, .1. Thad JIlalwyIv.
City of Laurens --Quota $3,500; N
U. I,ancaster, ('iy Chairman.
Hunter Tounship. Quota $r,600. ..
Chairman. A. F Spencer.
School D)istrict No. 1---Quota $150;
W. L. Teag'ute, .1. T. A. Ballow. A. It
School D)istrilet No. 2---Qutita $100t
.\l. I). SmithI, J1. C. Nelson.
Ferhool D istict No. i--Qunota $'100)
1I. C. lIIipp. .1. 11. D~avio.
Schtoot Distrtilt No. 4 -Qunota $500'
J1. P. Workhmatn, J1. J. YountIL, I . It
Sebo ol Distrillet No. 5. C'1ity of (liu
ton. Quola $1,100; J. D. 11ell, W. W
S chtool District1 No. 1;---Quot a $ 50
. W. A. .\Iooreheald, Wr'ightt. ciI
r-Schiool D'istrict No. 7---Quota$0
.\. A. (Cannon, It. U. Wallace.
S pecil, .\omit villI- --Qutot a $t00 ; 1
It. Fuller. C. Al. Fulletr, .J. .\. Siutunon
School ilstrictl No. 1- -Quota $75
- WN. .1. Jllery.
School Di1strit~e No. 2-- Quota $75
Schtool IDistrVict No. :-Qutota $:.00l
School Distr-iet 'No. ----Quiota $50
k~ W. '-. liationi, WN. S. Riset.
y. School lDistrict No. 5--Quota $75
d WN. D). Glenn, A. V. .Jones.
,f School 1)istricrt No. G--Quota $50
-. tturrienntel No. l5--Qttota $127.;1
WN. I opland.
tn Iiais TIown tsh ip, Q uoti $3,5001.
r(Chali-tman, C. It. Ow ings.
SMlhnn1 Iluutt-t MN I-_.(2ttna $;-5(
26,500 for Religious Work
11 Caupaign to Raisc
. Woods, 1). lIellet t.
Schoo'l liitArict No. 2---Q'iol1 : $:50;
)r. J. W. Hes :,.. 1. Wh m
Scho)l iitrict No. :-Qtiota $250;
I'~o ~.:'i No. ---Quota $250;
Ia )1 : *ri N o. ---::ot :-'.5 3
T. ! , . '. Year inz , I. .
l I .:-' No. 7--.Quot a $20);
i '.::: - ' inn : - --Q uota W ( 0 - .
Ilant. Pll"e ,1. i'..C up~ a
School( I )i.-Grie N ,. I---Qttota $100
Schloc I)i;t rici No. 2 ---Quota $1 C0;
.lh I,. nriflin, 11. C. Ilrown.
Sboo'l I WIstict No. ;--Quota $100
14. 11. Go.mns.
"chcol 1 trit No. 1:1, Town% o
r ioss Hiill ': Quotaq98 ;v . L linso ,
y la) or.
FeWoo! !s-riet No. 6-Quot a $100;
T'. .1. Col lea .
ISc'1oolrDllstrict No. I ----Quota $250;
2. .3. M!an, GOn. T. Cook, Arthur
HTgh-:s; Claude L'onard.
Fkchool Distriet No. 2----Quota $100.
W. PVi. l ari.
School D)ist No. Q-,t- $2.1
S'hoMl Iistrict No. -- - Quota $:O0;
W. Wx. A. G. Edwards, Rt. L.
Aho ' :lt itet N. 5--Quota $260:
I. . F"Ih0 .
Sc'.ol 'ittrict No. 7--Quota $220:
NIo. 1'. 1'ulle.
School D)ist rict No. 10'-Quota $300
Toy A. Prui-mmond.
-chnol District No. IlI--Quota $:t00;
| .1J. \;lnley, .HivcharId G. Ilr i, W.
WaIiloo TonI shi p, Q uoin $1,70.
Cha rm.1!an, J. . . m iFth.
Schoo 11strict INo. I-Quota $250;
.1. C. .\arlin.
lSchool Dit rit No. 2---Quot:a $100;
W. It. oms.
Schel istrIct No. 2.- Quota $200;
C. C. ldwell.
Schol District No. 1- -Quota $I0I;
lonuo- .ill r.i
School District No. 1 - 0Quota $100;
. H . Willaim.
S-hl i s 1 t rilt No. G -Quota $.'(;
T. F.'. loore.
School Dist riet No. 7 - Quota $20fl
School 1Distrit No. 1- .Tot of Wa
School Dist rict No. 1, QTota ofWa
Sui't an TVdIosip, '111~ Quil $1Aet w.
NI, V 1.Chiran W. .\.ic~~c XViablwn
NoW . I 21 rean, 2 1 Pitots, . ...lno
Obli Elif0MI'lMER MD
a rd .'r na i ihbbery lepo rte'd t'rom
Ym.mi: Tonn~ship. 'Three N egro
C(':ri ( r!'!n. !!lenry 1arlksdnIe nld
'ealie Fl"loyd, three neIgrok youth ulIn 1
r ~'ty year l o , are i licI d '
a::::' i c unty j:wi a'rg rl: with I':t
m: v: f Ah:-.aa i .\lxandier, ani In
i :::. ' I: ; ::. ri 8m ted oWd eWnl.
.I' 1'i1 ! up:>er parlt of 1th e 1un0
ii':.'o m . the har'If!!e crilin an:d
.i'O ii' to sin i t themer nu, sthte
ina thl party vhen vclthv crime wa:s
n i!'i i)el Ill.! i:ei'lm tal inge (atOin
The W,, I' body wasI I folm inl
c rich taeo i ThanaI ci:-,h eby
arty rfl hute . 'i a report m d to
P l oli UI n S:Im .l nn lio
i i toe-- vl ih Sh r hi n the
w o ,"o"( v *r th D aPlfy "heriff -'rews
i':ti.ctr the f-:w oil 1dm thei a flerc.
ooh-pri aants wdthe ca olf lhe
fe al d qutote r ronion o thffile threo
to all the d. -I> t h crimo ltad
, ters to Islet them and they
n-.0 den!'-(1 any, knowledize of thle
. A t fi, ift erin losely a's
Ieno' red by1ohe olicers tlhey broke aown
tiurd confie i tou htshed.
If :' 0.r.; "1ha"t the lefgro !ecys lvarn
,si dio the 1od negro had a considtr
able im of' monvy on his nor.'on and
: Antch& Up thv plot to eill 'aInd roh
him the !y befor. Approaching the
I .1 -P ot e ild f lr'. iffie lt di
e lnc, hy fell o hm rend a fleree
ostrungle ensue n The old man evi
dentl,.y freedl himself and tried to get.
oaway hnt was s hot In the back by one
.of th assallants With a pistol. 1 me
Ifroll to thi" gr-ounid and was ntiable to
c t in ue the ll fr Amftr rifing his
oll tO Ii at tomoney they contain
oed, the as~sailants left thle old manl t'
die. Ahott fifty dollars in mny w aS
rcovered from the tre(e boy ('-aI
ltured, i h t it is t lought that more
moneiy rmains hidden solewhere.
ent toe. to Sent to Fort 3Youltriv
Onthe il, rth. Co'red 3en Called for
t he 19th.
Thed loral oiar hlas roeived a all
for tcll whr iteen to be ..lit to lFt,
Nlo lt rio(. S. C. T'11t"he men will he en
tninwd Novemn-hr 15.->t.
.\ eVill for twenty.-t wo colored mor
hias bvc'n 'eceived to be entrAlled fmn
C 1mbp Wa1othot1 onl November ti
1th. A cll for a wumte of wilit
m ent to ( ilit to Caml p Sevier. has 11
lo i cen recived. iTeen will h
ntrain d d11rin! they three day peri <
Iea m1111V-encing Novemiber tho 1th. Ai
I a ll oI mf nt uu d r th is ea ll h a s n o t h eel
r n.ec .
Thbe1 bardi rea ve a coo a Tuida:
1for lIited Iervie white menio h
Terms of Allies Sent to
No1 1':, 11'en Ou(, t is lIeleved
n W:--im~d e that hey n- se
- a. :-: I '. 1 '.n 2 tio
h:-h emay mty hi: nanimme
'-pl e a::d :i .!net i today) ni 4'ais.
Sr ar L:i:1 'l oi annou cl til, fact
n B. in a b I . i '-!eU dding
W I hav Hullomilplet diploma)t ic har
d~1. '1n :,e h: llied
a~~~~oi ~ ~ 1 AVwin o feosa 'rsa1illes.
tal ~ ~ I'! .vi mvno etg e out,. for
.n1ic:0on, foilov. closely those iinder
-.::..-h .'.na;--:. Im; :;r:: 4urrenderedl
; a~i,-:a ! asedomi of' th'.( warl leav
inh Gerriny to st and alone against.
ThepresumlIptionI in ofileial cIr
Z: I- r .),iL'iI w 'WA 11,1 t m Still
latin. could bev iln the h 1ndt of the
,;n:-m gVover:nent in less than 24
If they are aIcepted. aI reply settling
Ow i~m of peace or- 1,urther0 fighting
11a1y atl-o be iect'ived with in that time.
Ithe une rtwa int y caul sed President Wil
)son to ca ncel toniglit his proposed trip
to Nev .Jersey tomorrow to cast his
I'ote ill the congressonal olectiohns,
Althottgh the complete text ot t'e
historie Versailles document proba
Ibly is only now on the citbles for
Washi ngton its sibstance hld been
reported tpth 'illy and approved by
ilthe president Ibefore fihe final draft
!'evreta ry Lansing's announcement
maI de this.- staltemlent:
"Aeeording to an ofileial report re
levived this evening tihe terms of the
Iarmstice to be offered to Germany
Iv e just been agreed i t unanimously
and 1signed Iby thle represe n titt ives of
1lhe allies and the United States in
l'is. Te report further states that
di plomat I tin ity has been comn pletely
aclhived un 1der con(dit ions of utmost
Suijoe'ted to analysis b)y Imilit.ar;y of
iei; hiI bioh allied andul .\miienean,
the terms of the Aiutrian irmistice,
hih) aire Maid to be no iore (% dr.'stie
than those for Gemaniy. a% interpret
1 t mlean abolute' urllrder. Noth
is i'ft to the good faith of the
vanuishled tand no irst1riions for
limie'tionl. ari imposed uipon tile vie
ira. 'These ~olicors believc Germany
l evft 11tlne. ato 111 st thow herself
it11ot resrive upn lie m)cy of the
.'itai'Vneence for wh'ieh the CeS
-"'ation of host ilit ies piaves the w"ay.
t aI im iite-! ('n the' Iasi-' of1 necept
aneci oft the p:eace teirms alr'eady oit
- lined by Priidnt W.ilaeon and when
. i' ii 4he il;'ussion St alt:; tihe all ies and
- n' 1-i d gi e" will tb' in) a ooui
aitit a t \eris'ailles5.
r T. i'iamon'i oif armyfl (4)4(rs ts to
the114 situiatio on1 )2 thte west ern front ii'
Sa i~itarly aena(e is that Ge-rmanyv must
*. 4((-4't thle aristMIice (onition (ilr02 face
d ai debarlei of lieri armies. Si'-ns of d is
it ing the Fra~n(co-.\mericani lin-a have
1.oi iflital atemen')ts y V !, r day a
tinted an Amicanii~l brieak thr'oiuh. It
- ly as wvere4 the Aus2triani arilie in
Italy. TI'hey thien may bei ('ruShted Sel
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