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rOLUME IL ANDERSON, S. C TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1915. NUMBER 145. GERMAN GAINS CRC RUSSIANS RETIRE AFTER FIVE DAYS' DESPERATE REAR GUARD ACTION. BATTLE LINE NOW RIVER SAN Experts Expect Next Important Bartle on River G?ila Lipa little Action In West, London, June 28.-Berlin reports, tho fall of the Galician tov j Haiixz and says the Austro-Germans have crossed tho Dniester river. Thia means tho five days desperate rear guard action by t'hc Russians ended in their retirement, The stubborn resistance of this flank, however, undoubtedly enabled the Russians to reform their lines along the rivers Rug and Stry without interference. The river San now takes the place of the Dniester as the bcene of the oanguinary battle in the Russian effort to prevent the investment of Warsaw-. Petrograd admits the retirement of fie Russians to the rlvbr G?ila Lipa, eighty miles from the frontier. Ex perts don't expect heavy fighting there.. Thoy express the opinion that the next serious battle will be along the G?ila Lipa further eastward. Tile reorganised Russian cabinet returned to Petrograd after a field conference with the emperor and Grand Duke Nicholas T.ie Italians entered Austria south of Riva through passes five thousand feet high. They are now six -miles from. Riva. In' the west tht oinly Important ac tions, according to the French, con sisted of a repulse pf the Germans on Comillie trench abd Carcx M?teeral. Berlin claims the French attacks ail points were repulsed. London, June 28.- Thc tide of bat tle is again flowing- with tho Teutonic allies in Galicia. Gorrnan-Austriunr claims of votary are substantiel by Russian admission of retirement from Lemberg. Simultaneously comes the news from the Russian war council at the front presided over by thc emperor, in Petrograd, the recent re tirement by the war minister will be followed by other ministorial changes, according to current report. Following recent indications fiat the Germana are resuming activity kwlth the possible Intention of anoth er attempt on Warsaw from the near nast Prussian border come reports a Arong offensive movement by Tcu |wblc forces in the southern part of Kwslan Poland. Latest Russian of ?flal report mentions this but de I wa up to Saturday the new offen I, wet with no success. B m likewise affirmed that German ? ?in Shavli and Narew river ?'.and across Niemen have been ? ?reporta an unsuccessful at ? jg Austrians to retake heights . 1 * submarine activity is ?/?ted sinking British steamer '* JffffP* aviators flown over Smyrna ^?ffing bombs, causing over seventy ??Sities in the Turkish garrison, Sfcc\rding to Mytilena report. AD interesting statement in view of recent, rumors is the reported de claration of the Serbian minister to Italy thai Serbia will decline to make separate peace. Fin* Anniversary of War, The anniversary today of the assas sination of 8rajevo,s of Archduke Francis Ferdinand ot Austria, which turned Europe Into battlefield, rinds the struggle between . Teutgulsm and Slavism nearing what i? considered* her? as it's hlgHrwater mark, with the Teutons outwardly d?r?mat,QK tBe situation, ' the Germans eastward frofar Lem berg havo forred tbs Ruirlans from a thirty milo'/rent. Uiv?sn Bohrka and Zurawna. The Rn?*i?OB admit f illing beck to th? Galla Lipa river. Military writers anlldpsicf'-he Rus kiana will nvi tfieir *?t stand on thc river Bug. in the weat the flronch offensive ms lesa active, pending consolida? xlon of ground won. In Africa, trie British report a fi ..tuck on tho German fortified ; of BtikobA. Itoesfens Bead* to (lome A train. Potrograd, June Of?tcors of the alan ge. ?ral staff now state they FAMOUS Pl ATTENDINi OF HOJ SOCIAL WELFARE OF CHIL! CONSIDERATION-TUBE IMPORTANT SUBJEC Chicago, June 28.-.Physicians from all Motions; of the country met here tonight when the American Institute of Honieona?uy, the recognised char ter governing body of that school of hoaiing, opened its 71st anim al meet ing. Memorial services for members of ('ic institute who have died during thc past year were held this evening, the KV MO rial address being given by D. S. Runnels of Indianapons. The convention is to continue through Fri lay and seven bureaus and four affili ated societies will hold sessions in connection with t'iiose of the main or ganization. Reports ai nv/*Ktigntion commit tees, results of clinical and labora tory research and the expert conclu sions of physicians and surgeons who iiave followed new lines of endeavor In their work will be presented. The ?vening with two exceptions aro to bc riven over to social affairs and to pro note these there are especially organ zed bodies of the institute as well is reunion committees from various dionis and fraternities. Some of tho C.iicf interest of thc on ven lion is expected to center about he bureau of pedology in which the oclal welfare of children -re to receive pedal consideration this year. The, ffect of play and tho problem bf ti: ercaloais ar0 to be discussed as well s some of the more baffling corn lain ts of childhood. The bureau of sanitary science is to OUND THAW PERFECTLY SANE EW HAMPSHIRE EXPERT ON STAND IN THE THAW HEARING. New York. June 28.-Henry K. j haw was found to bo "perfectly sano j id radical" declared IDT. Chaldea I . Bancroft, superintendent of the sw. Hampshire state hospital for the sane, by federal commission which :amlned?him to determine whether ? . be admitted to bail during the caring on his extradition to New ark. Bancroft was a member of the >mmisslon. He said he observed ?Taw three weeks and 'examined his ental condition "for reaction from rery possible angle." General Frank S. Streeter, of Con >rd, chairman of the commission said s found Thaw to-be a normal man. ath testified before the Jury hear g Thaw's application be declared ne. New York, June 28.-State's coun il don't know officially Evelyn Nes t Thaw's attitude toward testifying Harry K. Thsw^a sant?- trial, ac? irdlng to anncuncemenl ii' the be nning of todaly's con? session ato's attorney said a subpeona ser ir is on his way to Chateau^ay Lake, sar Malone, New York, tr find Eve tt. Justice Hendrick today warned twopaper men that trial of this case the newspapers most stop- Ho reatened punishment for contempt any editor who oblished forecasts evidence to be presented. fhn judge refused to admit in evi mce a roport of the federal commis - on on Thaw's sanity, upon which law wss admitted to ball In New smpshire. ONF1RM DEFEAT OF GEN. CARRANZA Washington. June 28.-Further con rmatton of the defeat of the Carran i anny advancing on Mexico City, .ought to Vera Crus by an American oto Mexico City, was received today the ?Ute department. The dispatch said Carranza ls rnsh g troeo trains from Vera Cms to e capital and fighting continued ia ? outskirt* of Mexico City, at the Mir the courier started for Vera ?YSICIANS G WEETING VEOPATHS DREN TO RECEIVE SPECIAL RCULOSIS AMONG MOST rrs OF DISCUSSION. i consider health problems in t'.ie light of homeopathic principles, the bureau of homeopathy will debate methods of spreading and vivifying the dogmas of the school; and thc bureaus of din - I leal medicine, materia medica, derma tology and clinical research will dis cuss technical subjects. Thc a di lia ted bodies, with their persldents, arc: Obsteiriul society ; surgical and Gynecological society; Nat ional Sn ci ety of of Physical Therapeutics, and the American Homeopathic Opthalmo logical, Otological and Laryngological society. j Among the numerous doctors who have prepared papers for the conven tion are Byron E; Miller, Portland, Ore., and Sarah M. Hobson, Chicago, respectively president and secretary* of thc institute; Lincoln 'Phillips, Ciucinnati; Anson Cameron and Jos. P. Cobb, Chicago; Albert A. Ogle, Indianapolis; Elizabeth Ham ilton Muncie, Brooklyn; George For rest Martin. Low-all, Mass,; Leon J. Loizeaux a id Loyal C. Copeland, New York city; Ralph Bernstein and Dean William A. Pearson, Philadelphia; George Royal, Dos Moines, Ia.; E. Russeil Spraguo, Syracuse; Phillip Rice and Florence N. Ward, San Fra'jciaco; Plumer D. Fniesell. Pueb lo, Col.; I. D. Mietzger, Pittsburgh; Jas. Campbell, St. Louis; J. M. Pat terson, Kansas City; H. M. Beebe, Milwaukee; F. M. Kellogg, Los An geles; and F. C. Williams, Hot j Springs. Va. SAYS REPLY TO BE FAVORABLE AMBASSADOR SAYS GERHARD REPORT IMPRESSES GER MAN OFFICIALS. Washington. June 28.-The atmos phere in /Berlin official quarters ls described hs favorable to a satisfac tory reply that last American : ..<?; to Germany concerning submarin' war fare, by an official dispatch today from Ambassador Gerard. The message was transmitted to President Wilson at Corn?m, N. il. > The ambassador pointed out that the information carried by Dr. Myer Gerhard, personal emissary of Ambas sador Bornstorff, apparently impress ed the German government that the United 8* ??ea wanted a favorable re ply to th- original demands, and not war. T . i fact that Gerard took oc casion to predict formally the nature of the reply lt regarded as significant in official quarters. Washington, June 2S.-Favorable* roply by Germany to the last Amer ican note on submarine warfare is indicated in today's state department advices from Berlin. The advices came from Ambassa dor Gerard and were f ie first of a definite nature received since the American note reached the German foreign office. \The nature Gerard's message was not divulged. This was fommunlcated to President Wilson tx Cornlsn. I?1UY.SI? IO SEP AUJELAllONS Report Sstye Naby Baw, Turkish Ambassador, Has Demanded Hit Passports, Paris, june SK.-An announcement at th? French, ministry of war today said that according to the Italian press Italy has 'broken diplomatic re lations with Turkey. Italy it is added, will send troops to tho Dardanelles. 'OP OVE U. S. WILL ALLOW ISO MORE ELEMENTS TO ENTER MEXICAN SITUATION. WKLL PROSECUTE ALL VIOLATIONS Neutrality Laws to Bo Enforced Hundreds Crossing Rio Grande Each Night. Washington, Juno L'8.-rTlio t'nitel States is determined ns tar a J it can prevent, there shall be no more re voluntary movement lu Mexico nnd American territory shall ?jot be used as a baso for such cr?ditions. This, it became known today led to tho ar rest of Huerta and Oroxco at Kl Piso Sunday and f orin s ground for the strict surveillance of Felix 1)1:?, Blanquet and other prominent' Mexi cans in thc United States. T.ie government's intention to pros-, ecute vigorously violation? of the neu trality laws was reveahsl'jiodry after a conference between Secretary Lans ing and Assistant Attorney General Warren. Four different groups: apart from Villa and Carranza supporters in United States, are active politically in thc Mexican situation, according to nformation thuB far. ' l?r Paso, Jan?. 2?.*-i3e**4e .the de tention here of General TJuerta. ?vent? today pointed to the continuer ac tivity of tho new revolutionary move ment across to Rio Grande. Well in formed peuona said an average of one hundred men are crossing . the river nightly and predict Important developments at Juarez soon _ 101 Paso, Junc 28.-Arrests of Generals Huerta and Pascual Orozco I here last night charged with violating the neutrality laws of t'.e United States by attempting to start' an armed expedition has forced abandon ment of government officials bel lof of any movement to lauuch a now revolutionary ' movement in Mexico With Huerta and. Orozco at liberty on, bonds, Mexican and American of ficials are watching developments among their adherents. Apparently the tendency of other factional lead ers was to await their opponents next move. No action ii expected on the legal phase* of Haorta'B arrest until July first, thb date set for the Hucrta Oroxco bearing. Wellington. June 28.-Details of the arrest of Generals Huerta and Orozco at El Paso last night were re ceived here today by the department of Justice. It ts not disclosed what evidence has been gathered against the two Mexican generals but it ls understood that it relates mostly to alleged reception of Mexicans in the United States. t Roth Villa and Carranza agents here interpreted the Huerta detention as meaning the United States is un willing that Huerta should complicate the Mexican situation by a re-entry into Mexico. Until President Wilson returns froro Cornish, N. H., it is unlikely thefe will bo an; new steps in the Unite-] States policy toward Mexico. In fact, while there stitt ^emains a delicate situation with Germany it is reliably stated that posttlVf action by the United States' In the Mexican sit uation ls very likely. Washington! June 28.- Inside de tails of tho plot to restore thc Huerta regime, to Mexico aro trickling through the net of official secrecy today. Secretary lansing conferred today with Assistant Attorney Gener al Warren and it became apparent that the department of Justice intends to ascertain who was hack of the new r?volution, lt is thought some Amer ican ls under surveillance, lt ls of ficially known that week? ago liwtrta tn seclusion at Long Island, off'xecr tils services to Genera) Iturblde, one of the exile colony in Now York and also sent an emissary to Washington asking if he would be persona grata to the United Btalce If h0 participat ed in Mexican affairs. Iturblde declared Huerta's company and Washington sent Huerta word he would be decidedly noe grata. I- is known thet for four weeks a party of prominent Mahicans styled Huertlstan and Clentirfcos have, been maintaining a junta tn RI Paso, main taining among themselves a form of provisional government with a presi dent and members of a cabinet. k?B^ntBH^MHHBfl^HHflfli^BBi^HHHl^n3i RULERS OF RUMANIA Af King Ferdinand. The dream of a "Greater Ru mania" just now being indulged in by the aggresive politicians of- thnt Balkan kingdom is Imposing a very difficult problem upon tho allies. As tho price for her entrance into the war Rumania demands a large part of Bukowina and Transylvania and suggests that Bessarabia would make a "Very desirable Rumnnian province The territory demanded in Bukowina and Transylvania contains almost t MUST MAINTAIN THE OPEN DOOR U. S. PROTESTS TERMS OF TREATY OF JAPAN AND CHINA. Peking, Juno 28.-A warning that the United States would not recognize any agreement between China and Japan which impaired American rights or endangered,"open door".wu? conveyed to the government's of China and Japan in an Identical note from Washington, delivered about May 15. The notes were delivered a wook after Gniua acceded to demands to the Japrnese ultimatum. Thc United States note, in substance says: "In view of negotiations now pend ing between the governme-.ts of China- and Japan and agreements reached as a result thereof, the gov ernment of the United States has tho honor to notify tho government of tho Chinese republic thnt lt cannot recognize any agreement or undertak ing Which has-or may bc entered Into between tho governments of Japan and China, Impairing tho treaty rights of the United States and its cttitens In China, political or terri torial integrity of the republic of China, or international policy relativo to China, commonly known as yio op en-door policy." CORNELL WINS VARSITY RACE Poughkeepsie. Juno 38.-Cornell wort tho rjirsity four mile race re gelte here today thy eight foot from Iceland Stanford. The timo was twenty minutes?, thirty-six and three fifths seconds. Syracuse came third; Columbia fourth; .Pennsylvania fifth. Cornell won tue junior eight race. Syracuse won freshman event. ?RMAN E >P 17. S. G CON T* W COUNTRIES WANTED Queen Marie. 4,000.000 people? the city of Czerno* wltz, and thousands of square moles of the richest agricultural land in Europe. Russia cannot yet accede to (ho demands, for the reason that she has already promised some of the de sired territory to Serbia. With foe recent losses in Galicia, however, in mind, the allies need Rumania's aid mo:*c than ever before, and it is not unlikely that Serbia may be persuad ed to yield -her prior claim. SLATON LEAVES FOR THE WEST MILITARY GUARD WILL BE WITHDRAWN FROM SUB URBAN HOME. Atlanta, Juno 28.-Former Gover- ( nor Slaton and wife left lato today ? for the Pacific coast via New York. The military KU. rd at rheir suburban ' home was w'th^rawn. The four men arrested near the Slaton homo today will bB released tomorrow. Tho twen ty-six arrested Saturday will be pros ecuted. Atlanta, Ga., June 28.-Four men were arrested early this morning by militia guarding ex-Governor Slaton's country horau and were placed in the county jail today, and are'held pend ing the action of military authorities, lt ls stated the men were ound lotte-In? about the Slaton estate and failed to explain their presenco to the sstisfactlon of tho militia. No arras were found on men. With twenty-six mon arrested near the Slaton home Saturday, thirty men are now In Jail awaiting the militia's action. Since former Governor Slaton com muted Frank's sentence his homo has been guarded by a militia at a cost of ?i.Oitn a day to tho state of georgia. AUSTRIANS STOP MAIL FROM POPE Washington, June 28.-The Italian embassy, in a verbal note presented to the state department today, as serted that the Anstro-Hungariaa pos tal authorities had refused to receive ?ind forward malls from the Toly See onlj when beaning the oficial stamp of the Cardinal and secretary of state. jf^j|fAHH^fiMBlwBB3wUM3SM?nu IIGHTS SHIPS IABAND LATEST NOTE ON FRYE CASE DECLARES CASE 19 COV ERED BY OLD TREATY. PRIZE COURT IS UNNECESSARY Note Holds Findings of Court Would Not Be Binding On United States. Washington. June 28.-Inasmuch, as Germany lias admitted liability un der the treaty of eighteen twenty eight for the sinking of the American ship William Frye by tho Prinz Eitel Frledrch, pram court proceedings are unnecessary and are not binding upon tile United States, declares the Amf?i can note asking Germany to reconsid er her refusal to settle the claims of tho claims of Che captain and mem bers of the crew by direct diplomatic negotiations. The note, delivered lsst Saturday -by agreement with the Ger man foreign ofTlco were mado public tonight. The note BIBO brings out clearly th refusal of the United 8tates to acce. the contention that Germany has the, right to stop the carrying ot contra band by American shipB "by destruc tion of .the contraband and the ship carrying H." While no montion of submarine warfare wag made in eith er the last German note or the pres ent reply, occasion was taken to deny the right to destroy the shin and can go because of belief that 'the admis sion of lt now might -be used as ? Justification-for submarine attacks ob American ship?. .TSje pote hold?, th" provisions,fit ?jfr treaty of 1828 don't author$wMSGpHf*l slructlon of neutral vessels carry!** contraband under anv eireumttauees. It declares that "by lt's express' terms the treaty prohibits even the d?ten tion of neutral vessels carrying con traband if the master of the vessel ia willing to surrender the cohtrabn It quotes article thirteen, saying if this master will "deliver out goods sup posed to be contraband in character, he shall be permitted to do it and tho vessel sliall not i;? that case be car ried Into any port nor further detain ed but shall be allowed to proceed on her voyage." It points out the ad mitted fact to show that the comman der of tho Frye undertook to throw overboard the wheat cargo. It con tends the real question between' the governments ls "what reparation must be made for the broach of treaty obligations." It declared it ls hot ons falling within tho jurisdiction of the prze court. SUBMARINE SUNK BY EXPLOSION London, June 28.-A Uniter dis patch from Amsterdam says word hhs been received there that a Germ?n submarine which left Emden for the North Sea sank, last Tuesday near ' the Island of Borkum after a severe explosion, the cau?o of, which ls Pdt known. The message giving this report says that vhs officer in command were In the turrent, are thought to have tte?a saved; the remainder of the crow ware drowned. FORMER REVENUE OFFIGERARBESTED Implicated In Operation of Uligal DntOleriea - Release j On Ba?!. Fort Smith, Ark., June 2?. -Thom as McCoy, former superintendent of tho North Carolina Internal Revenue Division, were arrested today at Ashe ville, N. C. He was Indicted last week by tho federal grand Jury here In connection with tho investigation of t?e operation of alleged illeg: tillerles accordng to an announcement by the United 8tates district attor ney. He. was released on a twenty-five thousand dollars ball. McCoy^H^H ed five years ago. Murdered Confer Montgomery. Ala., Jun* 28-John Slater and Rotort Watkins, ne* convicta io the county Jail here toiijr confessed to killing Mrs. lias: white housekeeper, shooting ^Bay House, a planter and numb; houses and home, according to jab" officiais. Thc crimes wer? committed at Evergreen the night off^HHH Robbery ta? tho motivec. They se cured |75.