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Fethinanni-Hollweg Tells of i1s Ef- I
forts. Could Not Previlil.
,Berlin, Oct. 31.'-iMr. von Bethniann
iloliweg, German chancellor during
ie greater part of the war spent
icarly t-wo hours In the witness chair
loday before the national assemy i
subcommittee which Is investigating
what has been the possibilities for
bringing about peace during the war.
The former ohancellor said he
sharply condemned the submarine f
warfare but admitted the influence of
Admiral von Tirpitz, General Luden
dorff and Fieldl Marshal von Hinden- I
burg was so strong, that the German
people were absolutely convinced of t
its justification and followed their
Is voice almost broke with emotion
as he told of his efforts to meet his
responsibilities, both to the people at
home and the soldiers in the trenches.
When lihe tried to oppose the subma
rine war, he said, Generals Ludendorf'
and von Hindenburg wired the foreign
oflice that Germany would lose the
campaign on the west front and that
she must have the submarine war.
-It was considered finally, accord
ing to the former chancellor, that even
America, should she enter the .war,
could be handled, and the army au
thorities threw down the gauntlet to
those who opposed the submarine
'Warnings not to underestimate
America, which the former chancellor
said he issued, failed of their purpose.
because, lie declared intense hatred of
America ruled solidly in all political
circles owing to the delivery of am
munition to the entente by the United
Dr. von Bletlmann-:1olweg acknowl
edged that the facts established in the
course of the proceedings were cor
rect and admitted Germany's wish had
been to enter a conference which
President Wilson was willing to join.
Replying to the flrst of the three
(questions lie has been asksied to an
awer, the former chancellor said:
"If President Wilson was upset be
cause the central powers did not wait
for his peace step, lie did not allow
this to influence his action."
Dr. von Betlimann-Hlollweg would
not assert that President Wilson was
not in earnest in holding out a pros
pcet of peace ntion, but said there
was a long series of facts throwing
doubt on whether and when lie (Presi
dent Wilson) could carry out. his re
solve, which led the German govern
mnent to doubt whether his interven
tion could come soon11 enough.
According to Count von llernstorff's
reports, the former chancellor de
clared,'the president was accustomed
to show iesitane and dilatoriness
and appeared handicapped by his own
and his- country's relationship to tlie
"We could see into the president's
soul," said von iethmann-Ilollweg.
'Mlow~ever', he hadi no friendly feeling
for~ Germany. as wvas recently declared
by Prmemier C'lemenceau in thle senate.
Moreover' the commercial r'el[ations of
l'ngland and the U'nitedl States for thle
supply of armnamnents we're boun md sc
*verely to restriclt the president's pene
action andi it would hav'e been yen
ui'esomie to take his peace anelion as
-a ceertain factor' andl otherwise renmain
"For muilitary reasons Germany
couldl not wvait indefInitely."'
S Wh'lolesomie ('(1 nylexiion t( PrideC anl
Glory of flea lthy~ Me nd Women.
"" Pepto-.Man a 3.fakes ledl ('hieeks.
iuiluds Up1 Tlired Bllies-ll'ps ('hanmf
Pale ('omnplexions~ to Blloom
BS 't'he healthy, attractive womuani-an
man too-wIth a wholesome complex
ion is the envy of those wvho feel tha
"for thlemi, such attractiveness is impom
And yet health and attract ivenes
are much a matter of good, red bloc
and unless a man or womantu is afflIci
ed with some dleep-seated or' ser'iou
ailment. vlgorouis health, and1( lper'ol
al charm are within easy reach.
Pepto-Mangan is responsible lor' 11:
present health and hlappiness of thol
mandis who for'merly were thini, pal
languid and easily exhiaustedl. Pept<
.\angan helped place these folks
thme full-blooded. energotic, vigorot
class-and it probably' can (10 the an
Pepto-Mangan contains the olemeni
that make rIch, healthy blood. And
a 'esult of t ho Igreasedl supp)ly of r'
blood that. Pepto4ng'an creates, i
entire nystemi attains the vIgor th
belongs to over'y man and woman.
iPepo-Mangan ia prepared in t'
forms. tluid and~ tablets. They a
exactly allike in medicinal value.
Ask your dr'ugglst'for "Guide's" wh
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name "Guides" on the package.
Oroves's Tasteless chIll TonIc
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[RS. DIAL JOINS CLUB
OF SENATORS' WIVES
nformal AM'air Begun During War
Continued at 'apital With New
Washington, Oct. 30.-31rs. Nathan
A 1. Dial of South Carolina was
mong the new comers welcomed at
he meeting this week of the Informal
uiesday club which has grown out of
custom developed during -tle war by
adiles of the senate, of meeting once a
veek to knit warm woolen garifients
ov soldiers and sailors.
Iembers bring along, besides their
tnitting, various items of a tempting
uncheon, and assemble shortly before
loon, In a room in the senate office
mildiug which has been reserved to
heir use. They enjoy some hours of
>oasant and entirely Informal asso
lation and not infrequently drift over
n groups to listen to the debates on
he floor of the senate.
Mrs. Thomas Rt. IMarshall, wife of
he vice president, is regularly In at
endance. -She is al-ways of distin
tuished appearance and wore this
veek a fashionable gown embroidered
n silver, with a corsage bouquet of
rellow rosebtud$. Mrs. Dial was given
i gracious and cordial welcome. The
wife of the b.uth Carolina senator
wore a modish gown of navy blue
richly embroidered in black, with
handsome furs. She has already made
many friends in the senatorial circle,
where her quiet and easy bearing has.
made a most pleasant impression.
Among the ladles' present were also
Mesdames leckhai, Lonroot, New
berry, Watson, France, Poindexter,
MAcLean, Rtansdeli, Ashurst, Pomerene,
Jones of Washington, Jones of Now
.lexico, Nugent, Kellogg, New, Ken
drick, Capper, Gronna, Curtis and
-Mrs. tlial and Miss Robecca Dial
were guests of Maj. and Airs. \Valter
Schoellkopf at a luncheon Thursday
for Lord aldi Lady Swaythling of 10ng
land, who are 'visiting the minister for
the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and
Mine. Girouitch. Major and Mrs.
Schoellkopf are leaving in a few days
for Major Schoellkopf's new post in
the American embassy at Paris. -
Another d(ightful affair of the week
at which Mrs. Dial and Miss Dial were
guests was a tea given Friday by Mrs.
Arthur .M\iddleton Parker, formerly of
South Carolina. Mrs. Parker's son,
Gen. Frank Parker, who commanded a
brigade of the First Division and was
many times decorated for gallantry in
action. has returned to France, to re
sume a course in thc French wgr'
school which he was pursuing when
the t'nited States entered the war.
.\Miss laura E1mily Dial has entered
Gunston hall, tile fashionable school
on Florida avenue, diree.ted by Mirs.
NO (OA L S]IIR'I'AGE
FIAIIE) FOIL STAlE
Proposedl Strike Not to include Vir
ginint Fields. 31111s Hlave Supply.
,Washilngthn, Oct, 31 I.-Rlepresenta
tives of coal companies operating in
the fields of southwestern Virginia,
with headquarterIs here, I ake' ant op1
mi st ic view of thle situoat ion on the eve
of threatened coal strike. It is point
cld out that thle 'oaI mines of sou thI
west era Vi rginiiia arme not1 organized
aind since thle coal supl)ply of Soiuthi
Carolina c'omes largely from that re
gloi, thIisV teirritory Is no0tIi in imedi ate
-danger of p. serious coal shor'tage un
less the tie-up ini the otheri regions of
the coulntr'y is so effetive the govern
menti and thle r'aItlroads will have to dii
vert .froni t his sectilollnmuch coal.
It is unlder'stoodl that the mlies at
I l)ante, Va., on the C.. C. & 0. railroad
wvill lbe opei'ated tomorrow on1 a nor'
I mijt basIs. Trhe miinersi' there arIe not1.
member's of thle un ion and~ it is not
contemplated that they -will be dis
tu rbed. Th is is also thle 'ondlit ion in
othier ilelds of that region.
'IThe cottoni mulls of Spartanhuirg and
Greenville counties are said to be well
supp11lid with coal. It is underl('st ood
rthat t hose shiortest have on hand at
lesttwo weeks' soupply, which is said
t, to be a good margin for this season~l ot
The i'ail ways ini thle Soilthleasot ari'
Sshort, with th le possiblie exciilOll o1
[- the Atlantie Coast Line, according i
Sthe und1estaninig of local coal agenits
SThey wvill be taken ('a fe 'oT, 'however
in by thle gqvei'nmeiit ord(ers.
i- It is uinderstood that all cx port i
e, of coal has beeni stoppledh. (Coal for ex
1~ por at Chlarleston has been held up
ISThe ('oal is thei'e andl the ships ai'
ie salid to be ini the hai'bor, but ar ino1(
S Siamese Object to WalkIng.
e Trhe Hlinmese, above till en tions I1
at "tihe wvorld, hante to wa'mlk. Not snel
mnode of pr'ogr'esion Is tollernlted by;
vo Rlamiese If lie or she can by -my nmean
i'e ride. A VenetIan gondolier ill waml
en on his rough cart, lbut a Rangkok ima
lie -not if he can help it. Ills famil
boat for' him.
Chance for a Childless Mouse.
"Sniali Monso wantfedh in (Gilliilinia
[th. leat' docokyar'd. No chidreni,"--Chai
More Than 13,
IMAGINE 13,000 men devoting
Yet that is the picture which a lit
great Maxwell plants supplies.
If they built but that one car
reprebent a king's ransom.
But they are so well organize
they are so expert in the special o
aided by so many thousa ds of unc
whose accuracy is down o 1-100(
small price for a Max 11.
A great aid to the economy
many, many millions of dollars so
bit of material often runs into an
Thus the big staff of purc
Maxwell become your purchasir
saving goes on to you in th prict
$985 is indeed a small sum I
value in a great car like Maxwell
My Prices Lower T
- or'kmen~ ar ont 41 on ai strike, andt every 1a<
piossily mi~ae withi thuIle netxt six inuonths.
- I htve' ordersP ailiendy onl Iile' for eighty
for miy iacle. 'Te highest itl ri pight piauno
fifty dollarPs. [t is a Kruoe'ger and is a st rictl,
received over t~went ittr rom t he p i iano40( fa
lining" to offer miet any imiieeents, Or hope15s
vanltag-e' of t hiS sit uationi to) get- hig lpricets. I
piano tactories writc, aund gives one4 somle inisigi
to gt som e ( 'arl isle P I i os ini the nex t six weel
ley i aunos at foPiurhndredl and( 1 wenity-five dII
Ii cu ndeavin!ii. to prIocure4 pianos5 ofI pu
\\'henuever you wanit anyvthiing ini tie way<
-andt I will (do the very best tor you I canl. ILet t<
.\ur. .Johni A. Irolhli
- (ireeuinoo. S. ('
An sworuinug yourIs o tithe 14th inist,
at t his 1timei toi (onisbler new~ 'hninei(ss a
booketi, w~'ithin the ntext six moniths. W\
'1Thaukinig yvou for thle illtiry, w
Anyoe that is acqintiitedt with Ithle ian
samie quality of' inistrPinnncut ntieh lower thian
I shall be pleaisedl to serve'( yon at unyx ti
311 Waller Ave
R l"I'111iN('a--'h'he 'Bank of' Grueenwood, 0
'ITte above let toe' is n irue copy ofI thle c
themselves to a single Maxwell.
tle journey tnrough the eight
in a day its cost to you would
I, their work so very definite,
ne thing they do, and they are
anny and superhuman machines,
)of an inch, that you pay but a
of manufacture is the use of
that a 10-cent piece saved on a
hasing experts for
kg experts and the
:o pay for a great
S More Miles per $nlon
More Miles on Tires
4S, S. C.
han That of Others.
pianos l l playeris . 14 nd llIt hope14 t ii Ie 1un 'e aloll.
high 4Ilss p)iano4. 1 have*t. inlth pas 11'I ewi C Ibilys,
Pt.orie's llin1g of1 the scareity of pianos1114, andl4 dIe
441 gettinlg anuy inst rinnen'1ts from11 them11 any tim'
give beo'4w ai iet tee whichi is a sample of' what
juito4 14 t e41lt condtion of'I1 Ith piano)111 lnkt. I ho~pe
fa pianio, eithe 1se' me or14 wr ~iite 11In, o phone1(,
-r 'eferr'1ed to1 foll11ows:
, sorry to14 stat hat 4'll.we ar not 144 inl a position)1
Swe ale niot able to till the4 order1s no0w
11ia110' nu icr oily a sItrietly highu-elaiss
Your tru1S ily,
(S"igned iiilius I'uulerl & ('o.
44 miairket 1nd4 w.ith miiuy prices(' kniows 1that I wdli tihe
is genel(l1y 111e case4.
OOD PIANO MAN
,,Greenwood, S. C.
rigd 11es t tre st4)l JihInki n I l('reenwoo ( 'ot