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W. W. TAYLOB RELEASED ON BAI1
42,000 Bond Olven by Man Held In
Connecton with Death of C. M. Ship.
Greenville, June 18.-W. W. Taylor
who was arrested Thursday of last
week with his wife on a warrant
charging murder in connection -witi
the death of Mrs. Taylor's father
Charles M. Shipman, near "-hicli
Springs last week, was roleased from
the county jail yesterday when lie gave
hond to the sum of $2,000. The order
granting ball to Taylor was signed by
Judge Mauldin ,and was sought by
Taylor's counsel, Dean, Cothran and
Wyche under habeas corpus proceed
ings. Two Greenville county citizens,
J. 1'. Robins and J. NI. -Niller were Tay
Mrs. Taylor was released from the
county jail last Saturday on her own
Mir. and .\rs. Taylor were arrested
on a warrant sworn out by IBuel Ship
man of Woodside Mil-l, brother of Ship
man, whose ded .body ws found hang
ing from the limib of a cedar tree to
the rear of tiho Tay'lor home near
Chick Springs early Wednesday morn
Ing of last week. An inquest was held
'auly this week At Grcer but the ver
diet of the coroner's Jury was post
poned 'pending the finding of a Clem
son College chemist who is making an
examinat'on of the Nitals of the diead
Followin., his release from the
counly jail yesterday, Taylor retirned
to him honic near Chick Durings.
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SEE INDICATION OF
TAKING U. S. VIEW
League Believed to Acquiesce in Amer.
lea's Contentions on Mandates.
Washington, June 17.-In the appeal
of the president of the Council of the
.League of Nations to Great Britain,
France and Japan to adjust with the
'United States the question at issue
to clear the way for a solution of the
mandate problems administration of
Ilcials, professed today to see evidence
of the league's acquiescence in the
American contention that the United
States ibe accorded her full rights as
one of the victors in the World War.
The state department had not received
a copy of the .communication and until
It does official comment. is expected .to
The two important controversies
between the United States and the
mandatory powers are those concern
ing the island of Yaip and Mesopotamia.
The Initial effort of the United States
was directed toward their adjustment
by the nations involved, nembers of
the league sought to bring the cases
before the body for adjustment.
There has been lacking, however, a
unan'imity of opinion among the pow
ei's represented at the seat of the
league on tihe advisability of burden
Ing ti he council 'with the full respol
sibility of adjusting the issues, and
Dlritish ofilcials have been rel)resent
ed as being especially desirous that
the Yap question be handled by (i
rect negotiations between the Inited
States and Japan. Tie British pos
tion on Mesopotamia, however, has
been somewhat different, it .was
ointed out, for when France sug
gested that she would bring before
ihe council the question of Yap, it
was Gireat Britain that intimated that
the council Was the -proper place for
the lodgement of conplaints concern
It was suggested todiay that the will
ingness of Japan to discuss the .apan
qlleStion directly might be due to inti
mat!ons that such a course would have
the approval of the powers.
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HIlTING BOARD RATIFIES
WAGE OUT AGREEMENT
Agreement, Entered Into by Marine
Engineera, Deposited with Labor
'Secretary. Effective June 14.
Washington, June 16.-A new work
ing agreement embodying a 15 per cent
reduction in Wages was ratified by the
Shipping Board and representatives of
the Marine Engineers today and de
posited with the secretary of labor.
The new wage scale became effective
June 14, it was announced, and will
continue in effect until Decenber 31
next. A similar agreement was reach
ed with radio operators, it was added,
and others will be negotiated with rep
resentatives of the seamen, Iiremen
The agreements also cover working
conditions along lines previously de
cided upon. 10xplanation was made
that it had not actually been signed
because the government does not en
ter into such contracts wit'h its cm
ployes, but that ratification implied
only a technical distinction. The ac
tion today, it was added, meant the
end of tihe strike begun May I so far
as the parties to the agreement were
Immediately after promilgating tihe
agreement, Chalirian Lasker of the
Shipping Bdard, issued a general or
der directing that all engineers and
assistant engineers who have taken
tihe place of striking board em ployesl
sisce expiration of the last agreement
on May 1, should be retained in tjheir
positions as long as they are ellicienat.
'No man now em iployed on any Ship
ping lDoard vessel," tle order says,
"'shall be discharged to make rooin for
the engineers who have left their ships
because of the recent marine labor
Loeal unions in the various ports
already have been notilied that the
agreement would he ratilled, W. S.
Brown, president of th. Alarine Err
gineers' Benelicial Association, stitat
ed, adding that -ie had been informed
4100 uinion engineers had signed with
siis at New OrIeas in tihe last two
Al-though the American Steamshilp
O(wners associaionl voted at New
l ork today aga iist entry ilto thw
ag reermen. r, tihe opiion was expr'essed
here 'tonight that the orerators scp
arately would Pe riapis join with tire
IZhipping lloard in tlie settlement.
While overtime pay is teelilall.
provided for In tihe wage seale, tihe
workirng conditionis practically elimi
nate overtiile. ",No overtime shiall he
performed at sea except for the safety
of the vessel." Such work is fully set
out and includes essential repairs. An
other provisioni of the agreement says
a "working day in port in excess of
eight hours shall not le -performed or
]raid for un-less tire work is done bhy
written order of the chIef engineer,
master, owner or agent of vessel.
*itll D}LsS 01LI) FIELI) NE:WS *
ritiddles 011ld ield, Jutne 20t.-We arie
v'ery thankful for thle nice shower of
r'airn 'we r'eceivedl Satrd~ay afternoon
arid thie clouds ar'e gathle'rrig overhead
as if we were going to be lblest again.
Mrs. ).- iH. Purtnamr and childr'ern
wer'e tihe guests of Mr'. arid Mr's. Alvin
.\ar't in Srundtay.
Miss Lethra WI ilia ms arnd br rotherx.
El phrrd, Mises Nanie Owecns, J's' Ic
iridleI arid IIlester lit too we re v'is
itors at Mr. N. I). (larrett's Sunday.
.1. S. W\nood and family sprent Sunday
at I". i. Htobo's.
II. A. I loicoombe and family spent
Sunday in Spa ritanbr'g w ith r'ela tivns.
IU. A. Iliolre leaves tlhi.A wve k as
a jurrror for Lairtrena term of ('0urt.
' r. Sami Green is at home after
sprendinig two years In (lie rnavy.
'r. anti Mr's. J. tD. Williams were thie
grrests Satrrday at W. L. GJarrett.'s.
It appieared ini last we'e(k's newvs that
Aunt Ann Rloger's was dlead. \\e hmave
learnedl since that. the nlews was a
false reirort. Theii writer regrets ver'v
much making the errmor.
LIVES 20 MINU'TES
AFTEt TIIAP 1D110PS
Murrderer, HlangIng hr Noose, Talks
ithl Priest anmd Pleads for Mercy.
New Orleans, Juno 17.-Fe-lix J. lir
gilla, eixecuted 'with Chrarles J. 'Zalenka
today for the mur'der of Mirs. ilerthia
Neason, st rangledl imself to (deathi af
ter hanging conscious for mior'e thian
twerrty minutes, 'lrisoni oflicialsi saidi
At the time se't for tire tirst execur
tton, tire hanrgmnarn puliled tire wvrnrg
lever. Hirhriglia uuirmrred in tire
noose, bitt tire trail did rnot' dIrop. 'Theno
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the other lever was pulled and the former appeals for mercy. Then, in
condemned man with the knot of the the opinion of Coroner Joseph O'Hara
Tope on his chin, fell through. Al- he shifted the weight of his body in
though stunned by the fall, he soon such a manner that strangulation re- 6 6
regained consciousness and began suited. The body was not cut down
making responses to the priest wbo until thirty-nine minutes after the Cures Malaria, Chills and Fever,
stood qheside him reciting the offices trap was sprung. Bilious Fever, Colds and LaLripp% or
for the dead. Zalenka's neck was broken and themoerfud.
The conversation continued for fif- seven official witnesses agreed that
teen minutes. The youth renewed his his death was almost painless.
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The worth of the Chalmers appeals even more to those who
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