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ANDERSON, S. C THURSDAY MORNING, JOLY 1, 1SHS.
.NUMBER 147*
BERLIN REPORTS PROGRESS j
THROUGHOUT SCrUTH
EASTERN THEATRE
WARSAW MAY BE
GERMANS' GOAL
Bridal Pre?? Give? Warning That
Low of Warsaw Would Be
Disastrous Event.
London, June 29.-^Driven, bach
across their own fronter north or
Lemberg and forced acrosa the river
Huila Lipa ?n southeast Galicia, the
Russian armies continue to retreat
along a front of approximately two
hundred and fifty miles.
Berlin records progress in virtually
the entire southeastern theatre, al
though violent fighting continues be
yond the Gulla Lipa. Linsingen's
army presumably ls astride tho rail
way from Halles to Lemberg and
Stanislau. ' Doubtless it is now aim
ing at the railroad from Lemberg to
Odessa via Tarnopol.
It seems evident that German ts
bunt on further punishment#of the
Russians before relaxing the' intensi
ty of tho Galiciaa campaign. Across
the Russian frontier though, they
nmst rely on a road "transport and
the advance will be ?lower.
The British press sim hopes the
r-usslans"- will .soon bo able t? de
liver a counter blow. There is a
note of anxiety in nearly all ac
counts. Papers .warn that the cap-)
ture of Warsaw or railroads sappi
lng* It would tie 'disastrous to las Rn
elane and -would surely be. followed
by another general German offensive
In the west.
The French are continuing the as
sault around Arras in the west, with
out appreciable change in the situa
tion. '.
London, June ?9.-Tho Russian
center in Galicia ls rapidly reforming
behind the G?ila Lipa river, before
Gen. von Lnaingep's drive across thc
Dniester, but thia retreat in the opin
ion of London military critica, is al
most entrely due tc Uie battle n the
Lembergk region, where the F.?usaian
positions made retirement, inevitable.
These movement? have strengthened
the Austro-German line and con soil
ed the Teutons' hold on tho re
d Galleon capital.
s? fighting ls reported aloag
the westra front? where even the ar
tillery ?tels lack vigor except on the
Une between Arras and th sea, whero
?he bombardment of French peel ti ons
nave, been almost continuous. Ex
pected detachments of German troops
from the east front for operations In
the west have evidently not arrived,
evidently due to the stubborn Russian
retreat in Galicia and the increasing
pressure of the Italians.
Tho italian advance bas been sloe
but lt it ls to be" entirely stopped
more Austrian: troops must in all
probability be transferred from Ga
licia unless Austria is willing to sur
render Trieste seaport.
' Anglo-French (troops on the Gallipo
li peninsula are. heavily bombarding
the Turkish right Wing without result,
according to a Turkish official report
. Reports from the eastern front Ba
the Teutonic sweep eastward con
tinues.
With the line.of the Dniester north
ot Hallscs evacuated by the nuSslans,
the main field contention seems to ut
north of Lemberg, where the Rus
sians are fighting in stubborn rear*
. ' guard actions. Russian official state
f ment* admit the continued ?avance o?
th*. Teutons. In the southern part o!
Fftiaslan Poland the Russians report
they have t'bwarted a determined Aus
trian attem^ to drive through.
Berlin, June 29.-Official statement
.by. tho Genuany headquarters statt
\ today announces that the Anatro
German forces ara now on Russian
territory to fee north of Lemberg. It
also states ?at ' von Llnstngens has
driven th? Russians aer?se ?inila Lip
I fiver. ' j
i '-fi-.-I
\ BIflfla BANI? CASE DECISION
PO??rO*E? TO Of TOB EH
Washington^ June "29.-Justice Mo?
. VCoy, in the ifatrict supreme court
'day postp??cd uatil >cti,i>er, a
^decision in the. ?ult of the Riggs, Na
y tiona! Bank ??ainsi Secretary Mc
.Aden and OouSKroller Williams.
CaJfjfor Reports.
. .Tune'i 29.v-Comptroll?i
^jfefeay thanet! a call foi
FREIGHTER ARMENIAN WA2
CARRYING CARGO OF
MUi.ES TO ENGLAND.
NEWS CREATED
SENSATION HERE
U. S. WAI Invest?gate Status ol
Ship Before Deciding Course
of Action.
What the Bc
Qj&sHXTu Y Ni
I ^^^^
I This map unravels the remarkabb
I and complicated situation In tho Hat
? kans, where Bulgaria. Greece, nm
? /Rumania baye been talking abou
joining one side or the other In UH
great war over since it began. Thc
same scramble for territory whicl
brought irhout the second. Balkan wai
after th0 ellleB there had beaten Tur
key ls seen in the present case.
If these nations can get their price
' they will fight; if not they may re
' main at peace.-; Just the preset
status of the situation, the demands
s and counter demands are known onlj
to a half dozen chancellors of Europe
Tho black portions of the map show
the territory demanded BO far as in
formation has . been given to tw
public.
Serbia.does not,demand Croxla and
THOUSANj
ALL &
SCE?.VED
?tkan States mid J
V/?MNA
ie last day
MU-f^teeting of
ress association
\t\ characterized
kble. addrean by
jich dealt em
il Jcct of law en
nui? elsewhere
?lp"V?r John I..
?'spa per men,
Sir ?rlonus, ?ov
that be want
?stand th.tt the
Ifoneed, though
? "? propose to
Bio men higher
f, who insisted
po have lt said
J. were being
lera lett, elane,
ivj-h, v :ion\ aa
Tri esto n, prom
3 .' let np^1 hut
>a county
tho caaes J
of
BUt GARS
CIN G tAW
1. of ?syiuni regenta and state
board of "charlUes he found trot a
ono of them had boen applicants.
The governor said he did. not knnw
what thc. political effects would her?
ho did not consider that-hut he waa
working for the goo of the .state
and was not. concerned with the
slltical end. The governor . talked
law enforcement, reminding his
hearevs that he dit) not make the
laws but was responsible only . for'
their enforceraents. He said that be
aid partlonlar attention to thc violat
ions of Ute liquor laws because )f
lere had been one Mw which had
zrn bro ?en ly and ? flagrantly ' violated
it was the liquor laws. The gover
nor told of how ho had "started
at the top" In enforcing this law and
had not aflow.i >"high or low, rich
or poor, friend. or foe,'.' in the en
forcement of law.
dov. Manning urged U?o press to.
extend the hand *of friendliness to
Charleston ami observe them with
kindliness and not criticism- H&?jgjP
there wa* a growing sentiment ? for
law enforcement In Charlearon. The
governor told of his efforts to en
force law In Charleston, while ask
in;; tho pres? to consider the situa
tion in its true light and 'n treat tho
city fair.
"Xo. power conferred on tho gov
?.nor by thc laWa ot this stste that
BUSINESS MEN TAKE
mmt Tune
Petali of Speech By Gen. Wand
*? EnaphAnnits Ita Great
Advantage*,
*e?ce or W?r
ur
I A jj
IlUONOOLIJ?
UNSTED STATES HAS LARC
EST BALANCE IN COMMER
MERCIAL HISrORY.
EXPORTS FAR
ABOVE IMPORTS
Execs* of Four Hundred M?non
Dollars-Genera! Depression
Makes Record Gratifying.
Washington. June 30.-A billion
donor trade balante, the greatest ia
American history, tn a ysor which
has; econ commerce dspreaaed for
eleven months hy a world war, ls tho
oommercial record of the United
United States. Official announcement
wea made today at the department of
coriimerco with tho closing of tho
fJ^KVjrear at nldni/rht that it was
certain tho bi'llW dollar mark ras
been passed . Th- figures for .dieren
m^ha ending ?lay 31stt it waa an
nounce.*; show a favorable balance of
n,ne hundred and sixty:three million
orto hundred and seventeen thousand
four, hundred., and neventy-nlne del
h?AAith,rtefl? Wie which ordinarily
f|a?dle ninety per cent of tb9 coon
il? s foreign trade rbtvw for Juno ex
ports a balance of approslmnieiy six*
y millions of dollars, it in now known
tnt* the ??ce^ of exports over Im
ports bas at this date, exceeded oas
trillion - dollar*, surpassing' by nearly
hundred million ?ollera the Mgb*
record heretofore made. T*je I
already beea placed be /
ildent rrere *Hnc to *ime|
the showing is consider f
r<ni!
mt
5 urea 1
MOBS LOOTING AKD RIOT
ING UNCHECKED IN
IN CAPITAL,
REtl
CEMENTS
Three Train Loati? of Troops Sent
of Troop? SeatFrom Vwa
Crux to Join Attack. '
Washington, June 30.-The desper
ate conditions in Mexico City, with
unchecked mobs rioting and looting
are described in a dispatch cable* to'
the United States government tonight
from Vera Crua by a courier who fait
the Mexican capital last ?riday. Otk-,
er reporta from Vera Crux to th? state
department said three train loads of
Carranxa troopB left thara yesterday
io reinforce Oonialea, every .available
man being, rushed to tba scene. Of
ficials here feared the fighting will
Fffetf$rrted lato the city.
El Heaov'june 30.-General Marcelo
Caravan and Ike and Frank Aldareta,
brothers, - were arrested here today
charged with conspiracy to violate
the United States neutrality lawV.
This noakes' six since Huerta waa de
tained Sunday.
'? H .fl
Phoenix, Art*,., Juna 30.-Araled,
men were acut froga here today to
:>ssa?\?aia{?if Cantala** h^arad/^k4 ?
twenty milo* awayi' >r?eft'**?ilnitofe'
hundred Mexican? '?re thi^ahJnjr
trouble. The Mexicans were eWcitatt
fwst by reports from -Vera Cru* |hat
Mexico would declare war on tba
United ?tates. They then struck for
higher wages.
Washington. June ?U-Activities of
prominent Mexicans in the United
States and others in connection with
Ute Mexican political situation af-,
tracted much attention in official and
diplomatic circles hera today, and
caused renewed dlscusskMg^MH^^H
po??bUHi' of Dea?* ?*? Mexico.
These activities inclnded effort* of
General Felpe Angeles, Villa's lieu
tenant, to learn Washington official*
sentiment toward the Mexican situa
tion;; the reported pence move call
ing for a conference botweon Villa
and Obregon on the border, and a
prospective conefrence betwaea Car
ransa and Charles A. Douglas, his
Washington c**tasel. iJVU*^a' n"
Officials ?ra ranch interested in wa
offlcial report? from El Paso etat'**
Joe Isabel Robt**, ministar ot war
to Eulalie GuUerres'e cabinet, has
announced that V^^sk1 Obrtxou
bad agreed fe dlsc?.* tarma ot peace,
perhaps within two ?reeks.
CHICAGO TO HAVE
BIG LABOR FIGHT
?i ? i.u ?
General Shut Down rf f?ufttiju*'
Material hsdmbriza ta &*$Slfc\
t Chicago. June MbrT*
?hut down of theJTrZ1^A?JS^M
nout^t?|f"Ve borrow, ?
^IIJSIKN.*'"1 ?losad until *
r^tSSr" to sported. W^t?tti;^
?Z7 vf J labor in the building p??tns
throwf,a **^<l*?4 tbs order wm
^,^>K? ?nt of employment ?or? than
i?"'!"? men. The general shat 4bwu
j* fended to fOT^Ue.OOu ^rpea
. MARY*
Marietta, Gs.
Morrie, comm&t
No. 706, *l
on Friday mer
o'clock tb? c&a
short and appv
the Cltlsensf

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