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TO AWAIT VOTE
Let Missouri Decide Question of
Vanelty. Issue With -Senator.
Washington, Oct. G.-President Wil
son -today telegraphed Senator Spen
cer,;/lljblican, Alissouri, that he was
content to let the voters of .issourl
decide which of them was telling the
.truth. The telegram referred to Sen
ator Spencers charges that the .presi
dent had promised military aid to Ru
maniL and Serbia, which the president
said yesterday was "false".
The telegram, which was made pub
lie at the White louse without com
ment or ex paination, follows:
"I am perfectly content to leave it
to (Ile voters of .lissouri to determine
which of us is telling the truth."
lteplyiing to the presidient's letter of
yesterday. Senator Spencer, In a letter
mIade public at St. Louis tonight, quot
ed in support of his original state
ment from wha I le said, was the
stenographic notes of tihe vigh ith
'plenary session of tihe peace confer
ence. ilc asked the pisident to inform
hilm whether .\r. Wilson had made tihe
statement as attributed to him in the
senographic notes taken at Paris.
The president's telegram today ap
parently was In reply to that letter.
Kpnsas, City, Oct. 6.-Senator James
A. Reed in a telegram late today to
United States Senator Spencer assert
ed 'that President Wilson had made a,
statement pledging American military
aid to Rumania and Ferbia in an ad
,lress at the peace conference on Mlay
The text of the address (lid not pass
censor until December 3, 1919, when It
was brought to this country 'by a news
paper corrcspondent and -published in
the Washington Star on that date. The
speech also appeared in full In the
Congressional Record on December -1,
1919, the telegram added.
Semttor Reed's telegram was sent in
response to one from .Senator Spencer
asking for information on the subject.
Senator lleed's telegram urged the
president to produce the sienographic
records of the peace conference "to
show just what was said."
E&nator Reed's telegram declared
ite president's stateient also wan
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"el was 4 neros andetaslye uet t n
Gop)yrighted by a nowspaper syndicate
and given wide circulation.
"On several occasions I challenged
the attention of the senate to this
speech," the telegram continuel, "my
speeches by scores of thousands ivere
Airculated through the country. Numi
irous publicists and speakers have
repeatedly referrel to and commented
upon this declaration of the president.
Its authenticity was never displitel oil
the floor of the senate or elsewhere
to my knowledge until Mr. Tumulty
recently denounced it as false. The
splicecl bears upon its face evidence of
its authenticity as it is couched i
the well known phraseology of the
presilent. In view of these facts a
discerninlg ulic will 1 not be inclined
to ace< pt .l r. 'Tiumulty's denial. There
is one wvay this dispute can be settled.
I.et the president produce the steno
graphlic records of tlie peace conlfer
ell'e showinug Just wahit was said. The
o1ileal reports have been stidiously
uppriesed ail ke t secret allthiougl
the senate foreigni relations coimittee
-.l-.d ex-pressly for them. It 'was
Statel by Civetneenceaui's private sce
tary that the reasons why the sessions
wevrre held inl secret was becaus the
prl1dleidet of the lnited States insisted
upon it as against Clemenceau's owl
"That the latter statement if abso
litely sorrect is shown by the testi
mano11y of Secretary I Lansing givei be
fore the senate August 8, 1919. See
part six, prinited heariings, page I .
JFollowiig dispatch of tile telegram
to Sen atoe- SiICer, Seniator Reed gave.
out a statemient in which hle said:
Wihat now doI we ilerstanud? That
President Vilson low nieanus we ar
not to be ii uidcri obligations to senid
ourl armilies to protect Ituman11ial anid
'other nin'iers of the Ieague against
"If so. what heollimes of article 110,
A Iieic lie declares is the heart of tle
N. E 11A1.1 WII) ('l(
FoIrmier' Senator Will be 4 ovmerIor. De
At11 for Walkier.
Atlanta, Ot. 6--IThomas W. Iard
wicke, former l'nited States seniator,
won tlie Deimocratic nomination for
governor of ( eorgia over Clifford
Walker, foruimer state attorney geleral,
in ih!e run off primary held in Georgia
today, according to illcoiplee anid un
oflieial returnis received by tle Altalita
Constitition and the Atlanta .ouria
lFigures conipilid by The 'oustitu
I tion to 14) o'rlock showcl that wilH
only l5 counties oIlit of the 15.1 in thl('
state to reincrt, lardwick had received
22 Icouniv liiuit vlotes. and Wali her 5Io,
Only 191 I' teM wic necesary fo il
The \'hua .oural ad thw Alac'n
Telegraph also conceded tihe nomina
tioll of tlhe forier seniator. All tihret
paer oposed liar1dwick.
.\lrdn o the rolturns to The l'en.
stituilicn several notable 'wii ':e w vonl
N. llider also wasi in 'p eera
toria IlWac. ( lairke llhihun)0~i and WilI;
('dnuit ii5,V 10(1hi at Ithi time A a4
p IortedlI ti avi' Mw~'itch' ito XW'all:'i to
Ie l Iill 4-ounty', leroi ng112 tol thll
StephensIi~. 'Thlomlas andli XXehrtler.
I lanicock, P'lik and Warei.
Tlhei ieslt s oIf thle pirima ry will b
otIiially dlietired by the stati' Deml
Ioni October 25.
gi'aphl at 10 p. ml. ronc'ed' thle tlce
Ition of Forer 'nited States Senaito
Thiomias WV. I iardwic'k as governaoi o
Gergia. Wi'thl ,5 cciunties to hva
fromi lliar'dwic ik lcckedl only ln i ount:01)
lut v'otes and1 ini thei list ofi '(ountii
to)hi br haid fr'omu arec a iiniubr oIf er
lain Iliard(wickl counties, it is showvn.
State' of South ('arolun,
thle case of .I. I lenr i'3 asor,. as admin
istra'tor', Plaintiff, againist J1. . Smiiti
ct aI, 'D)efendants, I will sell at pub tll
auictioni to thie hIghest bidderhi, at iian
rensi a . Il., E. P'., on -'a lesday in Novemn
ber, 19121, it being the I1st day of thI
inonthI, din 'ig the legal hiotirs of sal
r, lying and being in Cross lill
Township, in Lafiirens County, S. C.
(continling onie l'ndr(edl sixty-tv(e (11155
acres, more oi' less, bounded on thIi
North Iihy lands f Ji<'. ll'cder, on ti
. 'ast by Ilnds R~ I. 13. '(lle, on)11 ii
ISouth by lands of 14. '11. 'inson01 andc J1
Q. Smith, andl on the.West by landi
of -----andi Cane Creek.
TIer'ms of Sale: Cafth. Purcha~ser t<
iiay for' papers and slam ps. If thle lpuri
chaser galls to complly swIth thle termi
of sale, the land to .be resold on th<
same or some suibseqtuent Salenday ct
the saime termsi, and at the iIsk of tlhi
0. G. THO.\MPSON,
J. -IP. *I. C.
October 6, 1920. 13-3t-1
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Chalmers 5 Passenger Touing Car $1975
Chalmers 7 Passenger Touring Car $2355
New Maxwell Prices
Maxv ell 5 Passenger Toiring Car $1095
Maxwell Roadster $1095
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. Laurens, S. C.
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