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rimuun., Nt'r PAYS
PIUCE FOR CRIME
Pierre Lenoir Executed at Prson Yesg.
ferday Morning for Dealing with
Enemy. Third Execution.
Paris, Oct. 24.-Pierre Lenoir, con
victed on a charge of having held in
telligence with the enemy, was execut
ed at Sante pilson at 7 o'clock this
Lenoir; who had been ill for some
time, suffeing from paialysis of both
legs, had to be carried to the ilace
of executlon. -lis attorney, M1. .o
Iiie, asked early today that the pris
oner he examined mentally and phys.
"It is an imipossi ble thing to exetite
a sirl man," the attorney claimed.
.Thie oficiah decided, however, to
pro-ved 'ith the (-xecution regardless
of this protest.
l n'oir was able to sign the register
of lie prison, but. was unable to take
a slp; The gua11ds caried hi1 m out.
his atmney crying, "It is a shame to
(ar 1 a man in this way to his eXe
cu t ion.",
SPierre Ilnoir was the third person
to he execited on ehiarnges arisi ng out.
(if attulnipts made by (erman agents
to conduc(t a "defeatist" e-npailn in
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! "1. \ 1%11t I ("-: o f!
France In 1915 and 1916. The others
who met their death as a result of
revelations made against them 'were
Bolo 'Pasha, executed April 17, 1918,
and 'M. Duval, who faced the firing
squad July'17, 1918. -Both were direc
tors of. the Germanophile newspaper
Lenoir, who, as a young man, had
led an idle and dissolute life, came
into public notice early in 1918, when
the arrest of Senator inibert, owner
of the Paris Journal, was followed .by
charges against several men who were
alleged to have acted as agents of
1th Germans in .huying the newspaper
from 'Al. lIumber, it was shown early
in the invest igation that Lenoir had
paid 'M. I lumibert large :iums of money
whilich he had received from Ger'
mans, and that. Lenoir had rei ived
a commission of about $200,000 for
his worc. The money handled by
b4'noir cane into France by the way
of Switzxerland, a German agent named
Schoellr' acting or Germany in that.
Icnoir ,was doomed to dealth on
MaIy 8, 198, an desperate, bit fu
tile efforts ere iade to gain a coim
mitiat ion of his'sentence. 11enoir' was
i'itmoved to Sante prison after what
appearied to be ils last, chance foir
life had vanished, but on Septelier
19 lat. wlin the Iliring squad was
i1 w)-i'ion and all preparatis for his
(eyenfil on had been made ii life var
!jp'imre'l for a t imte in a Imost 'r mtiI
imanier'. Ilis aftern.ey asseited tla:.
L aroir eould give evidence wanted in
the s'e of' .Jo. C(aihltax. who vwn y
lorcday blollht bi f oe Ithe hi gh coirt
of the F1eni ch t:enate on a chare of
onpirin to brling- about a1 ilvema
tire and dishonorable peae wi;
ermaonv .cLinir was givei i swar"h
I exainiilation but silbsequently it
wasI.1 announc1lerd thiat nothing ho h,'d
haid befor'e Oh ollivials w\.ouild ji.ctify
a mii!.11itfi of tle Sei(ence of dleath
tI55(sed upon him.
TWO ARlt1Y FLIERS
SLAIN BY MEXICANS
Fishermen KIN' ConIIioliy and Water
housite. Story of Suierintgs.
San Diego, Cal., Oct. 26.-It was of
ficially announced here tonight ' that
Licuts. Cecil 11. tC1onnolly of San Mlego
and Frederick 13.:Waterhouse of Weis
er, Idaho, army aviators, missing since
August 21, were slain in Lower Cal
ifornia by two iMexican fishermen.
The announcement was made upon
the arrival here of the destroyer
Aaron Ward bringing the bodies of the
two aviators from rBahia Los Angeles,
on, the Gulf of Lower California. to
which poinl they had flown after los
ing their'way in I border patrol flight
from 'Yuma, Ariz., to San )iego.
'rTe (destroyer also brought a part
of a story of the sufferings endured
by the young aviatori, in the form of
notes serawled in Imrt on the wings
and fusilage of the D1ellavilanid Iero
pla ne in which Coniolly and Water
holufte mad.1e their lIst fight. Pome of
these messages, evidently Written
When the aviators had almost lost
hope of being found, were of such a
tragic nitu re that -.\lajor 1iritton
asked the (newslpaper reporters to re
frina fromt using them out of consid
cratioll for the ofileers' famille.
\ aior (Iratton said that th two
aviatori had gone 19 dievs without
food or at least withoet. m u1chi to su.
tain them. The fate that drew thetia
far from th'eir air ist I'ainiiued with
tli-o unt I the v'ery ins. .\!aj. Then
dhr .\iac.\Auley, in one of his li1iehts
tio find Ownm, lt-w \Ithin (o mil'M o'
theii p)ot. wherife the\ stood~it~ guadng
the-ir pa4w. i o.: r. on Ihi afle'.r oon
o' Cotembe I. ty v.Ctr Ianro, -d froni
I canoe rM lth, ::hr.vs of ih.hi l.(.A
.\ngelaes by le- -i:,1e fisll rmeni whoO
ar" a-et-u:-.d m' hztavhing, killed item five
d tys atei-r nd at tIha time were only
2 iilfrg bo., V-iores -iWv( -, mine,
\vht r they mi;:hi? htav\ received le-o
ti teeSon and food.
One of their msai::. InCraceizwd on
1 te ailanl ftteilar' wIih a knIin or1
1ai1, a.id the a0i-rmei ri- iaitiled in the
al0r foutr hour's and five iinuites; that
they rui) into a rain storm and lost
Itheir rense of direction. \hon they
lighted nea' the (Illf of ('alifornia
they tloui.lt they were flying up the
(aa. t iltiad t of outhiwa:-d alom the
Eait roast of the (1lf of California.
.\notiher tilt'sa, Itrced- on the
ings; and fasilag,. told how the it'
m tt tlpicd vainly fur two day. I(o
''th i-li hI to illwis e their hunge'.
Theyu Ione ttro wlienotwr
J..Low~ard *.1e himde-,. i r:tnerj to
their :i;:na :l ; ;:I e when itt-t.
1'liii e i4:tl:3 t'Cir thiirst 1p to
ti jn- ihey *. re* in en in Iuhia ~
tsupo ofii.ll d
I.8 . n; e f hm w lmde lope bay,
wvhere Zihe planie latndel. by thev fizsher
The pat-ly whiclh l-ft San Di)ego Of.
tober I 1; includes, b(sides .\lajor rt
ton, who is attached to the Twenty
fifthi infantry at Nogales, Ari., Iwo
oilier armly ofliCers and severmal (of
fleialIs a nd soldiers of the notrthe rn
district oif I owe r '2alIifornila anid Joe
Allen ilihrds, maining engineer. whlo
firist reported'( finding the boi es. .\l ajor
Dration01 in an account (of the ex pedi
"Thie Aaron Ward arrived at Hahia,
L~os Angeles, at 3:15 p. in.. October 19.
We immediately went ashore wvith
RIchards acting as guidle and In a few
moments had diiscover'ed the graves.
The bodies hadi been disturb'ied, the
skulls being found under somle brush
abotit ten feet distant from the b)Odies.
"The blodies w~ere then disinterred
andl formal fn~ttuest star'tedl.
''There was absolutely no qiuestlonl
that tihe bodies were those of ('onolly
Thle officer then toldl of the piarty's
going til thei gulif to (Guadriupe Hay,
20 miles to the noirthiward, whre the
lplanec, piloted by ('on nol ly and( \' Waem
house, wasa dlareover'ed on thle beach.
''Tihe two a irmlen hiad madt~e a perfect
laning."' he ('0on1titued, "bt I\exicans11
stubsettuent ly removed the mlotor' from
tile fusilage, stole all Ilie ammuunitionl
for the two macliine gtiuns' an 1 arr'tied
awvay other euhtillpent. The mot0or1
evidtlty was too heavy to carry awvay,
and it. was foundl nlearby). Tfhe wherels,
engine, minite gunls, compass andI
other equipment wor'th salvatging were
taken abhoard( the Ward.
La'nguage of the Cliff Dwellers,
Th lit'(ff (wllv'l i's, like so mantty othr
rri~mlitive p-oles, btecause thei~y hat:d no
wilftten i litmg, 'xp rr'ssr'd ltemselvt's
by iieanH of4it si gns allt1 i'tidle pi tur'es.
fintedi( 11(1 uo thiir enart henwitrie ve'ss-els~
t Upon)1 ttoe wulls ner t thr hiomtes.
llunt's Saivo, formruy catted
Duan' C ro I liuranldted to1
Stop and prantyeuro that,
tounded~r for thatt purpos nd -a
youar nonoy(7 W iri no0 poi tiy
ref1u nid wthout quest on
if Hun lii '4 alv to fatus to narro
htch.Hezenrriia.Te~tt ninrWuo m
or any or rtkin dtiomeo. ao
For unto locally by
Lutrens Drug Co.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Whereas, vietitions signed by a legal
number of the (aliIled electors and
free-holders residing In Youngs
school district No. 6, Laurens county,
South Carolina, asking foran election
upon the question of voting an addi
tional 6 mills tax upllon th lroperty
In said school district, to be used for
school purposes, have been fled withl
the county board of education, an elee
tion Is hereby Ordered upon samid (pues
tion, said election to be held on the
12th (lay of November, 11119, at Central
School IMaUlding, in said district, un
der the management of the trustees of
said school district.
Only such electors as retuirn real
or personal Pl'opcrty for taxation and
who exhibit their tax receipts and reg
isti'ation certificates as required in tihe
general election shall he allowed to
Those favoring the 6 mill additional
tax shall vote a ballot containing the
word "YlES" written or printed there
oil. Those maainst the 6 mill adi
tional tax shall vote a ballot contain
Ing the word "NO" written or irinted
thereon. 1oIs shall open at the hour
of 8 o'clock in the forenoon and shall
remain open until IhIe hour of 4
O'cloCk iII the afternoon when they
shall be closed, and the ballots count
T!e trustees shall report the result
of the electi o the county superin
tenldent of educa 'on and to the couity
auditor withill t 1 (lays theieafter.
R. T. WLod oION. Supt.,
1 5-2t ly order of Count-/ Joard.
N o use arguing about it, or making chin-mus n a ..
minor key! If you've got the jimnmy-pipc erc
rette makin's notion cornered in your smokeappetite, ip
it a few liberal loads of Prince Alt!
Boiled down f'o regiular old between-us-rnan--talk,
Prince Albert kicks the "pip'' right out~ of a pipj!
Puts pipe pleasure into the 24-hours-a-day joy'us class! ~ LX~U2;~
Makes cigarette rolling the toppiest of sports! P. A. is so
fragrant, so fascinating in flavor, so refreshing!
Prince Albert can't bite your tongue or parch your ,.,V.
throat! You go as far as y-ou like according to your smoke
spirit! Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and
parch! ky I y: gc
Toppy red bags, tidyred tine, handsome pound and 1''- pournd tin
humidors-and-tlhat classy, pra:-t cal pound crystalgles ::mido.rwut; la - ''~p
sponge moistener top that ic ps the t,obacco in such pcrfci condition.
R. J. Reynsads Tobacco Company, Winstn..Salem, N. C. -
j/S\ Test Usgi k
School Shoes are now in order and we are ready for the
rush! We're well Schooled in the art of providing the
right sort of School oes and know exactly what the
strenuous School Children require in the way of Shoes
We've School Shoes of Strong, sturdy leathers of
Box Calf. Gun Metal Calf, Russia and other
-leathers. Good Oak-tanned soles. Low heels
or half heels. Button, Lace or Blucher styles.
While our School Shoes are made as strong as School
Shoes can be made, they are not clumsy or uncomfortable.
If you will turn the School Shoes proposition over to us,
the Children will wear Shoes that are Just Right and you
will notice a marked decrease in the yearly cost of
Shoeing the Children!
A GOOD PLACE TO TRnADE:
Meat Packing Industry
1. Will not increase the amount of
meat you can buy for
2, Will not raise more animals.
3. Will riot produce more meat.
4. Will not stop fluctuations in live
stock receipts or prices.
5. Will not increase the output of
the packing houses.
6. Will not prevent strikes.
7. Will not r e d u c e transportation
8. Will not reduce the retailer's cost
of doing business.
9. Will not increase the demand for
the cheaper outs of meat.
10. Will not lessen the consumer's de
mand for expensive de
livery and credit service.
11. Can not at the same time raise
prices paid farmers for
live stock, and lower
prices paid by consum
' ers for meat.
But the slowing up of efficiency due
to cumbersome governmental routine
will have the effect of increasing the
manufacturing charges between the
cost of live stock and the cost of meats,
thus forcing lower live-stock prices or
higher meat prices.
The packing industry as now con
ducted, is characterized by keen compe
tition, highest efficiency, and unusually
Let us send you a "Swift Dollar."
It will interest you.
Address Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Ill.
Swift & Company, U. S, A.
~~ ____ THIS 5WS~
WHtAT CECOMES OF
3THEL AVERAGE DOLLAR '
F RW~ THL SAEE OF MEAT
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