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VOLUME IL ANDERSON. S. C SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1S15. NUMBER 178.
RUSSIANS HAVE WHOLE LINE ARE MOVING EASTWARD TO BREAST LINE AT UTOVSK LEAVE ONLY ONE ENTRENCHED CAMP Hold Novogeorgievsk to Prevent Germans Using Railway Communications. * Tho russians arc said to bc sacri ficing many men In rear guard ac tions to enable the main army to es cape. It ls not known bow many prisoners tho Austro-German aro taking or whether the Russians will he able to attain their full strength on thc new lines. Vienna claims the position of a great part of tho Rus sian forces ls precarious and that boggy roads make it hard for thom to escapo. On the western front and along the Austro-Italian fronts artillery ac tions predominate at various points, each tilde slaimdng smnl. successes. Tile Italians have made several at tacks on thc Austrian .positions with dirigibles, notably at Pola, where an Italian machine fell into thc sea and tho crew was captured. Other at tacks, Rome announced, wore at en campments around Lake Ooberbo and against tho railroad junction north east of Trieste. An Austrian seaplane dropped hi flammable bombs on tho latter diri gible T)Ut Rome announced it return ed u,'<unaged. Loudon, Aug. 6.-With thc excep tion of the great entrenched camp of Novogeorgievsk. t\e Russians . have evacuated the whole lino of thc Vis tula river, Ivangorod the southern fortress having been abandoned. The Russians are making their way eastward to breast the Lltovsk Uno. Petrograd dispatches announcing thc. leaving of the garrison nt Novogeor gievsk, say it was to prevent tho Germana using tho railway communi cations and from bringing up, supplies on the Vistula river. It is believed Novogeorgievsk is strongly fortified to withstand a siego of many months. Its solge will bo Interesting as lt doubtless will show whether ; earth works are less susceptible to tho eire of nish ex plosives than are to cupola forts. Tho retiring Russians are destroy ing bridges, buming small towns and leaving overy obstacle before the Aus tro-Germans. Twrnfy-FifC Million AM. ' London, Aug. 6.-Th? Russian war office set aside $28,000,000 to help pay tho cost of removal of tho War saw mills and factories to tho interior, says the Petrograd correspondent of Tho Times. The Warsaw rerea. ls lc. * tho outcome. of engagements on the 'Bionic line abd in -the Now Ogcortflowsk region than the result of the strategic situation aa a whole. In the region of Ctitrolonka and Am cm th Skwa the enemy threatened to cul our rear communications and doprivo us of the opportunity of re grouping while hy an offensive In tho Lomxa district 'ne Germans are try ing to cfTect a ?cop enveloping move on our forces on the Vistula. Should thia offen K? vc bo further devoloped lt would possibly 4)0 directed against Bialystok and Brest Lltovsk from the north. It is quite likely that Macken sen will transfer troops from che ("helm district to co-operate in this attempt Another factor wes the auxiliary operation on both banks; of thaiyie pres against Lukow, intended to cat the lyangorod-Lufcow line. 8cml-Auteaemsns Bale Tor Poland. London, Aug ? (V -Tho Austro-Ger mon onslaught reached its height in the east with the capture of lvango r.?il and. War aw. The fall of Riga is imminent, iite next step Is io be th* triumphal entry into Wk.'_aw by the German emperor. That ovent 1B like ly to be followed by the. pronounce ment of a united and semi-autono mous Poland enforaemg the Austrian crown land d?llela as well ss the cap tured Russian territory. Meantime the Russian armies are now fighting their way backward toward Russia prepar atory to inflicting blows on the invad ing to fend them off the railways run ning north and south in order that the ends of thc German nippers won't meet and bring disaster to che Ruu sSsns. The posftton of Grand Duke Nichols' armies is a matter of solici tude. The occupation of Warsaw ls ?OONTIN1IBO ON PAGE IrOUR.) TEXAS ALUNE TWO CITIZENS WERE KILL ED BY OUTLAWS AT SEBASTIAN GOV. MAY SEND TEXAS MILITIA U. S. Cavalry, Rangers and Posses of Citizens Searching for Bandits. Brownsville, Texas, Aug. 6.-As a result of thc raid by Mexican bandits on the TIT l?ge of Sebastian, uorth of here, to^ay when Al Austin, presi dent v>i the S?bastian haw and Or der League and hla son Charles were killed, it wag said here tonight that Adjutant General Hutchins, or Texas, who visited Sebastian this afternoon has recommended to Governor Fer guson, that ho send a sufficient force of the Texas National Guard lo pro tect against the outlaws. United-States cavalry Texas, Raryg^ ers a?cT posses continued t?ic Eo?'rch*! for .the bandits tonight. Federal authorities arrested two men tonight In connection with the killing of the Austins. Thc men wore were placed under heavy guard for fear of violence. .Brownsville, Texas, Aug. G.-Mexi can outlaws today raided tils village of Sebastian, 30 miles north of here, and killed a man and woman. Troops were Bent from Fort I lari ungen. Bangers Join Search. (Brownsville, Texas, Aug. 6.-Fif teen rangers and armed mon started for Sebastian. ' . Practically every man In Harlingen is preparing to hunt the outlaws; Tne dead are A. L. Austin, president of the Sebastian ?aw--and order league and his son. Tho league was recent ly ?formed when several men of bad reputations were fjjrced to leave Se bastian. Austin and his son ? were running a corn sheller early when tho Mexicans galloped up. took both In the brush, and killed them. Yes terday the Mexicans raided?a ranch near Sebastian'and stole fiv0 horses. -. Paterson's Policewoman ?ra. ?rae? HeadiSn. Mia. Crae? ?lLed?!?ln haj been sworn in aa the first policewoman of Patter son, N. .1. She hem charge of Hhs dance hal!-.? of tho oHy and secs the patron? keep to tho con ventional . waltzes and two-atftps and do not wander tnto the "kitchen Bink" and others of the new dances. German Warshi AH A i ont ross Itt Noir. These are tho first photographs to show the result of the big naval battle of July 2 In the Baltic .the Brat naval battle of any coutrequeace then since the war bogan. The Albatross, tho German mine layer, is a wreck on thc shore, having been shot to pieces by Russian ships. 8ho waa beached after she was disabled, and the only reaaon why she did not sink wai because the captain was able to reach shallow water. . One photo graph shows holes in the side of ti vessel ut close runge. These wi "JOUXO shots beneath tho water di sa h Lcd bar. rm TWOJNEBROES Florida and Oklahoma Citizens IWreck Vengeance on Brutea Guilty of Assault--Kansas Mob Trailing Another. ? . Trilby, Florida, Aug. 6.-Mob at tacked the Jail at Dade City ' .vt night, overpowered the jailer and took Will Leach, a negro, brought him hore and hanged him in front ot the railway station. He was charged with attacking a thirteen year old white girl on June 30 hero. Shewneo. Okla.. Aug. G.-Ed Berry, a negro, charged . with many' crimes, was taken from tho ofilcero and lynch ed'. He was accused of killing two women. It ls said he confessed to attacking many. .Kansas City, Aug. 6.-A posse ot several hundrod tonight Was trailing tho m^ro who yesterday attacked Mrs. Honry Stafford a young farm ers wife; In her borne nur Liberty, Mi.-.ri. MINERS IN CLASH WITH SOLDIERS German Troops Said! to Have Charged Striking Miners in Mons District. Havre, France, Aug. 6.-Miners In tbe Mons district have struck. Ac cording to' reports received bore groupa ot miners collided with German soldiers and two Germana and s?'eh civilian miners were killed, Disorder* aro reported from Char leroi resulting . from the high food cost. Stous were pillaged. German troops .are erJd to Lavo charged thc crowd bf civilians killing ten and wounding forty. Intense unrest is reported throughout that region. MANY FLORAL TRI BITTE 8 ON MRS. WILSON'? GRATE Rome. Ga., Aug. -Scores of children and many adulte, placed flowers OB thc grave of Mrs. Wood* row Wilson, on the first anni' ?raary of her death. Nine to ten thi.. mum ing waa given over to the children Many came with on Hy a . single blos som and placed tho token among the soasa of floral tributes sent by or ganisation* and individuals from many parts of tho country. The ni le:? Axon Wilson memorial associa tion nlacned service? at the grave thia afternoon. slHI Holes Shot ii PAN-AMERH ACCORD WI FORPEACl Conference Adjourn* for Dipl orn?t emmenti-Larsing and Wikoi cana Doubt Success of Movem Eiirainated-Gen. Scott to Coi Washington, Aug C.- Tho Pnn Arnerlcan conference considering moans to restore peace in Mexico ad journed today after having developed no ? divergence cf opinion as to its general purposes, hut leaving unde cided the exact cu:...-.o to puren.?. It will reassemble in New York probably within tho next week. Meanwhile the diplomats will confer with their governments and Lansing with Pres ident Wilson. . The diploma"! sympathize with ? Wilson's pian to induce tho military I chiefs enter another peace conference I and that sil clauca of Mexicans must bo considered, but the South Atneri' cans are not ?ar.; ni no ot success un less means arc found for the elimina tion- of the military leaders. imo development emphasizing tnat was tile dispatch today of Major General Scoii to inn border to confer with Villa. While it was said General Scott would go to readjust tho American border forcee on account of recent threatened attacks ou thc herder it was understood he will toll Villa of the necessity of cnmddorlng others. Th fie was po Chango in the' plan to ?Jemand that ell military chiefs-try. to form s constitution government. lt was' reported tonight that the Pan-American conferees, before ad journing, agreed uupon a plan to ad dress an apreal to tho Mexican peo ple for ecce and the restoring ot thu government. The Ian lt ts saJ^L be ing drafted for- the approval of Wil sen while tho conference ls adjourn . _ I Washington, Aug. C.--The six dip-j tic Af ter Battle ! DANS IN ITH PLANS S IN MEXICO ? to Confer With Respective Gov i to Review Pions-South Am?n ent Unless Military Leaders Arel if er With Vaia. lonniu conferred among tliemsolvoa before roBumlng conference?. They met at the Argentino embassy. Bans in ?: rouf erred wita Brigadier Ooneral Scott, chief of the army ?taff and Assistant S-j^rotary Hecken ri dre. Thu meeting revived tho report that | Scott mlgnt b0 chosen lo persuado | Carranza of tho necessity of yield lng. Latin Americans arc understood' to favor tor president a man who will represent the majority of Mexican* not now fighting. They consider that t ic fighters represent such a small percentage, that all the military chief? should yield to the masses, who deplore the war and have been Innocent victims. . Lansing, said Chere' might be some public an nouncement tonight. V/.Whlngton. Aug. C.-Tin": con?er ic? between Secretary of State lan rjttg and six Pan-American diplomata regarding tho restoration of peace Ja Mexico waa continued today. Tuero I waa no announcement of tiro conch ; sion of th? series of conferences *%t yesterday ls expected until tho pi I gram ls. perfected. The conferees [cline to discuss tiri . procoedin? which tbey declared Informal and con fidential. Whatever plan is agreed roon will bo submitted to all thc Pan American nations for approval, al though lt ls understood they have al - ready pledged their support to a con certed action. The first result is likely to he a final appeal to tb fac tions ta get together and probabl. will ba cent In a few days. Tbl? 1? intended especially for the Carranza element, which refused to participate in the peace conference. MARINES IRRE HAYDEN NATI AND wm TEXAS IAN IS HELP FOR FRAUD DRGANIZED FAKE SOCIETY TO SECURE HIGHER PRICES FOR COTTON FLEECED MANY ALA. FARMERS Indictment Charges Capital Stock Was Never Subscribed-Char ter Falsely Obtained. New York. Aug. 6.-Philip C. Wadcsworth of Texas City. Texas, was arrested hero today un a federal indictment returned several months ago in Atlanta charging use of the matlls in a scheme to defraud in con ncctlon with tho promotion ot . the Cotton (Jrowers Co-operative Society of Alabama, a fifty million dollar corporation. Tho headquarters were lu Atlanta. The indictment charges tho so ciety's charter was falsely obtained, no part its capital stock ovor sub scribed and that Wadsworth, who controlled tho society, roprx'sented it as a plan to obtain for (farmers a higher price for cotton. Tho socie ty was promoted in April, nineteen twelve. RUSSELL NOM?NATE!? FOR LIEUT.. GOVERNOR OP MI NH. Jucknon, Mich., Aug. 6.-Belated returns in . today'B Democratic pri mary for Mississippi upset the pre dictions in tho race for lieutenant governor and indicated that Lee M. ; Russoll had been nominated over IS. Bunyan Carter, by a s nhs tan ti; . ma jority. KusseU'B headquarters claimed a majority of eleven thous and. Carter's friends nave not con ceded a defeat. Returns indicate that Bilbo won tho governorship by a ma jority of loss than two thousand over the four other aspirants. (.ERMANH HEIZE TWO MORE AMERICAN STE A MERS Malmo, Sweden, Aug. 6.-Tho American steamer Llama and Wlco, bouud from America to Stockholm with petroleum have been seised by Gorman and taken to Swtnomucnde. POLICE GUARD GOV. WHITMAN Governor's Wife Receives Threat ening Letters--May be Con nected With Becker Case. :. . ? . '-- ? \ ? '. Newport, Aug. 8.-iiecause of the receipt of Mrs. Whitman, wife of the governor of New York, of a number of thraatenlng letters the Whitman residence hero ls under Special guard inside and out. Tho letters boro Newport post marks Mrs. Whitman said today. She declined to indicate whether thoy bad any apparent connection with the Becker case. CLEMSON J8 OFFBRING FOim SUMMER COURSES Will Hold School for Farmers, F.ta* Isters, Rnrel Teachers and Corn Club Members. Clemson College. Aug. C.-Spec ially prepared courses for farmers teachers of rural schools, rural minis ters sud corn club boys will be given In the summer school of Clemson college which opens August 9 sod continues until September 4. Numer ous applications for the courses bave already been received and a large at* tendance seems certain. Tho course for country ministers will begin August 10 and close August ?0 PACKAGE OP DYNAMITE PUZZLES FT, WOHTfl POLICE Pt. Worth?' Tex aa,- A Cg . 6.-Tho police are puzzled tonight over find ing s quantity of dynamite wrapped In heavy paper containing a newspa per plcture of Frank Holt, J. P. Mor gan'' assailant, under a viaduct here. POPULACE THROWN INTO CONS! LUNATION BY AC TION OF AMERICANS HAYTIEN KILLED BY BLUEJACKETS Another Regiment of Marines Will Sail Next Week on Cruiser Tennessee. Port Au Prince, Aug. 6.-Ameri can naval force today took possession of tho olhco of the port, the national palace and the Haitlen gunboat Paci fique, which arrived Chis morning. Un route to office of port the Ameri can? opened fire on the Haltens, kill ing ono. Today's seizures give the Americans tho last positions held by th? Ha? tiens. The populace has been thrown into consternation by tba operations by American forces. Tho president of senate, in the name of the nation, today cabled the Halten min ister to tho United States a new pro test against the American occupa tion . Dr. Resalvo Bobo, leader of the revolution, arrived hore today aboard the United States refrigerator ship, O'?ic. On landing the populace cheered him. Washington, Aug. G.-i.-^other re giment of marines ' way OWW?*''^ Hay'U today. They will salt front Philadelphia next week aboard the cruiser Tennessee. The arrival of these will make nineteen hundred men, seventy-nine machine gutta and four thrco inch navy field pieces' availaolo there. The navy department announced it ls sending additional men so the work In the hot climate will not be too hard. Hay Mans will try to elect a president Sunday. Kew Revolt Reported. Washington, Aug. 6.-A new revo lutionary disturbance among the natives on the western coast of H ay ti was reported to Rear Admiral Capcrton. He has dispatched ? na val tug to Osceola with forces. The admiral reported the occupa tion of Fort Nationale In Port Au Prince without resistance Marines were quartered in tho barracks,. Col onel Cole who is commanding ma rines, from the battleship Connecti cut ls in military charge of the town. Captain Boach has been assigned to handle the civil affairs. A session of the Haytlen parlia ment to select a president has been called for Sunday. GEN. CALLES TO BOMBARD NOGALES Demand to Surrender City An swered By Two Shots From Villa Forces. Nogales, Arizona, Aug' G.-The Carranza commander, Catlee who ls laying siege to Nogales, Sonora, across the -border from here, today sent an ultimatum demanding Immediate sur render by the Villa defenders who re plied with two shells. Carranza ad herents Bald here Caliea Is sure to bombard the town. MEAT PACKERS RENEW PROTEST Protest W01 be Considered in Preparation of Reply to Great Britain. Washington, Aug. -G.-Representa tives of American packers today re newed their protest to - the s tato de partment against Bfitlsh Interference with their trade with neutral coun tries. The protest will he considered tn the preparation ot a reply to the British notes. Appelslmeatt. by Governor. Columbia, Aug. G.--Governor Man ning today named Lewis f&Cray state election commissioner for Laurena county, vice P. B. Hodge, resignad. Th? governor also appointed S. fi. Parker of Gaffney coroner for Cher okee county, vice R. F. Spencer, de ceased. There were eight applicant for tho pisco.