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ilandit to Confer ith Calles. 3ily
In Camp with General Villa, Bou
quillas, Chihuahua, Mexico, May 19.
IPeace and a return of'normal condi
tions in northern Mexico depend on
'what guarantees .leaders of the latest
IMexican revolution gave Francisco
Villa at 'Ijs camp here told the As
soelated Press in ai exclusive inter
view his )lals for the future. Villa
is resting here with hIs personal band
of 8O men, awaIting a conference with
Gen. Pellias Calles, minister of war
fo' the revolutionists.
The conferilecv, Villa said, will de
terminl ie wvhiethercc tile revolutionary
and bandit leaders wil return to pi
vnte life or once imlore take the filid
In bushwlacking campaigns whiich
have made him notorious.
Call's is oi route here from Jiiarez.
on hiis trip to .\lexico City. Ile must
come to Villa. for Villa will not go to
Calles, Villa said.
Vila trusts Calles "more than any
other man" in the revolutionary move
lielt, he said, but his real attitude
has not been certain as hI has not been
,.in bec ause lorses; of the bandits are
kept constantly saddlel at night under
the watchful eyes of seitries, and that
all approaches to ithe cami are guard
ed by Villa's scout s. At a moment's
noticthe Ite hand is ready to mount and
flee or to 'light, acoording to the de
elsion of their leader.
In Camp With (eneiral Villa, Don
<iiillas, Clilhutalua, May 1.-Francls
co Villa will not be satisiled witl imere
guarantees of personal safety from the
newest revolution in Mexico, lie told
the Associated 'Press in an ex'lusive
interview at his camp in the moun
tains hire today. Villa will demand
guarantees concerning how the gov
erilnent is to be operated and befor'e
hie returns to private life "must see
the guarantees in actual operation,"
Mexieans of all classes, including
Viha himself and his men, agree that
until he is satisiled with the govern
if forces in Mexico a peace and a re
turn to normal conditions in Mexico
Villa sent envoys to Chihuahua City
from here tonight headed by Alfonso
lomez to confei'r wit'h General 'Calles,
inister of wa' for the revoilutionists.
Calles was reported as intendnig to
confer personally with Villa.
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If the heads of various governien
tal dlepartments are satisfactory to
Villa and not coml)osed of those ar
rayed against him in the past, ho will
turn over large quantities 'of bullion
to the government. If, however, he
can not, approve them, he will retain
'the bullion to finance his own cam
"The present revolution came about
over the same causes over which I
went to war with Carranza four years
ago," said Villa. "What the attitude
of the Unted States will be interests
me.most. The president of the United
States set up Carranza in what seemed
defilance of promises made me by
American agents. Now Carranza is
"Against Anmericans, individually or
collectively, I have no ill feeling, but
there i. bitterness toward your politi
elans. In the early days of the revolu
ioll I showed my friendliness. I gath
ered soie Americans together, arrang
ed a train for them and they were es
corted to t'heir own. (Olntry inl safety.
''hen when 1 was forced to send my
own wife as a fugi-tive to the United
States for her safety, the rings from
her fingers and the earrings from her
face were stripped from her without
Villa declared lie had not harmed an
American or other foreigners for many
months. le was asked whether he be
ileve(d foreign capital and the eitry
of foreigners to Mexico were necessary
for the development of his country.
"Absolutely," he answerd. " No
country can exist without the aid of
other countries. 10ach is dependent on
'the others. I have great respect and
adimiration for Americans and for their
Villa apparently is waiting to see
what happens, but taking no chances
of surprise from any source-ready to
flee or repel attack as Villa indicates.
Villa, if lie does decide to take the
warpath again, will be the most seri
ous menace to the new government
getting under way In Mexico, all sides
There are no Americans in the camp
of Villa as captives held for ransom,
or otherwise, setting at rest a report
on the border an American mining
man was being held by Villa.
General Villa branded as "a quake",
a signed article appearing in some
newspap)er in the United States on
Sunday last, in which the writer told
of a .trip to Villa's camp at Ortiz ani
purported to quote him at lngth At
the time the writer said lie was vis
iting Villa the rebel band was camped
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liar pleasure that we
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a million dollar. This
we have been able to rea
ts . . . .
rniture and Fixtures
rn Banks . . .
asury . . .
Total . .
a future, we are determi
olicit accounts of individ
ire never tried us give us
here, m'any miles south of Ortiz.
One special -wrter visited the gen
eral two or three weeks ago, and did
obtain authentic information and pho
tographs, General Villa said. 'his
writer, besides the correspondent of
The Associated Press, was the only
newspaper man to venture to Villa's
whereabouts since last June, when
Villa attacked Juarez, .Mex., and was
driven from the border by American
Manchester, IN. II., .May 20,-The
statement of Represen tative Madde ;i of
'Illiniois, Republican, in the house hat
the Confederate soldiers were traitors
rvvoked a strong protest from Gov.
.lohn -11. lartlett, who spoke on the
matter before a large delegation of the
New Hlampshire Republican league in
this city this afternoon. Governor
Bartlett referred to Mr. Madden's out
bursts as wholly uncalled for, severely
Scorling the Illinois rep resentatIve for
his unfounde( rererence to Robert lI.
Loe and a similar remark made In tile
house at Washington last week. "The
entire people of the country should
rise In their condemnatIon of Repre
sentatIve Madden for this hot headed
out bursts,': declared the governor, "re
gardless of whether they belong to the
North or Southl or what their political
faith may be."
"Let us in New Hampshire be
among the first to notify the South
that we do not uphold or approve in
the least such utterances as made by
Represenative Madden. Never before
have I ever hard of the bravery of
'Robert 1,. Lee being questioned, and I
can not help but agree with Repre
sentat lve .Stedman of .North Carolina in
his declaration that. Mr. Madden i1.
'alone in a wilderness of is own prea
"Such cases as this only serve te
revive the old feeling of hatred in
existence at -the time of the Confed
erate war, the feeling which we In the
North have tried so hard to overcome,
We do not, can not, and will not ap
prove of such allegations as made by
the Illinois representatives which arc
without doubt deplored by a vast ma
jority of clear thinking people in thc
The distinguIshed audience whom
the governor addressed gave way tc
a OgreatbtLurst of aimnan at tl
1conclusion of hIs remarks.
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Senate Provides for an Investigatioi.
No Objectioi Made.
Washington, May 20.-The senate to
day authorized an investigation of pro
couvention campaign expenses and
pledges of presidential candidates in
the Republican and Democratic par
ties. Not a word was spoken or a
vote cast against. the proposal. Sena
tor Dorah, Iteptublican, Idaho, author
of the resolution, demanding the in
(jury, who reiterated charges of ex
cessive expeldituires and pledging of
political patronage brought against
candidates, was on the alert for debate
in calling up the neasure, but no sena
tor on either side of the chamber wan,
ed to speak on it.
Senator (tider, lepublican, N.Ow
York, for the coniigent expense Com
mnittee where the resoluitionl Wentl foe
consideration reported it. in at. Sena
tor Blorah's retiuest and n)o roll call
was sought on its passage.
Chairman Dilinghal of tile elections
coili)ittee which is auothorized to pro
ceed wth tile indtiliry cailed a session
of the coiimittee for tomorrow.
It was indicated that Calpaign man
agers of solle of the candidates will be
called as the first witnesses.
The lorah resolution waus secilie
ill demanding that besides going into
alleged expenditures and Sources of
contributions the intiuiry should seek
inforlmatioll "upon the use of aly oth
er means of influence including the
pirom ise of patronage in the endeavor
to obtain delegates to the national con
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A MAN MAY? BE KNOWN BY? THE ENEMIES HE MAKES!
HON. MITCHEL4L PALMER
Attorney General of the United States and Candidate for
the Democratic Nomination for President
HAS MADE ENEMIES OF THE FOLLOWNA:
RED REVOLUTIONISTS RADICAL LABOR
W H Y ?
BECAUSE, As Allen Property Custodian he Took ENEMY P'ROPERTY q.ud
Used it to Help America WIN TI-ICl.I WAR.
BECAUSI, Ilo is Driving the Alien ANARCiISTS, 1OLSHIVISTS, COM
MNIJNIS1S and 1. '%%. W.'s B3ACK TrO RUSSIA.
BECAUSE, 1o is Prosecuting those who seek to Extort UNVAR1tA*NTED
and UI REASONAULE PROFIITS from the Consumers of the
BECAUSE, lie is Arresting the IOARDElIRS and Bringing out and Forcing
tho Salo of Commodities TH1EY ARE HOLDING FOR IIIGHIR
1 (IC 118.
BECAUSE, 114 Forced the "Hlig Five" PACKERS to Accept a Court Decree
Which Limits their Activities to the Production and J)istribu
tigon of Meats and S Theni frojm MONOPOLIZING
Unrelated Lines of Industry.
BECAUSE, lie Acted in lBehalf of ALL TIE P'EOP'LE Against Radical
Labor Agitators Who Sought to Prevent the PROi UCTION of
COAL in M d -Winter, thus Endangering the Entire Public to
Starvation and C-old.
BECAUSE, He Opposes the SWANDIATISM of IEACTIONARY REPUBI
LICANS and Fights for CLEAN and HONEST POLITICS.
Is 100. Per Cent American and 100 Per Cent Democratic
Is-Also 100 Per Cent American and 100 Per Cent
South Carolina Should! Stand for Mitchell Palmer
and His Candidacys.
WRITE-For Palmer for President Literature Showing what the Attor
*ney Genoral Stands for and what ho! HAS DONE.
* ( Ctarln. Chairman Palmer. Pnimary Campaign Committee, 805 Mun
Isoy Bldg., Washington, D. C.,
- our statement of May 4th, our business has
e only banking institution in Laurens County
und and it is through the liberal patronage of
in our city and county. Hek'e's the proof:
- - - * . . $100,000.00
- * . . . 93,974.51
- , . . 7,716.50
- - - . . 100,000.00
- - - . . . . 650,369.42
- -. . . . 62,000.00
Total . . .$1,014,060.43
o broaden our influences to our community
to render efficient service to all our friends
e your business to your complete satisfaction.
D. C. HEUSTESSt Casie