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ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. HARD FIG IS REPOi , -i AUSTRO-GERMANSCONTINUE ' PROGRESS THROUGH- | OUT SERBIA RUSSIANS PUSH GERMANS BACK h_ Allies Reported to Have Bom barded Turkish Port With Devastating Effects. London, Nov. .3.-Thoro has bcon ' hard fighting in the Serbian, RUB-! sian and Italian theatres of war, andi at least one attack of note in the I Champagne region cf France. In Ser bia the Aus'irians and Germans con? i tinue their progress everywhere^ butfj tho nulgarlans had to retreat before ' superior forces in Ni s a vu .valley. Tho 'Russians bn the eastern front aro delivering attacks and in the re gion of Dvinsk the Gormans admit they withdrew. The Russians took two villages with a number of pris oners and some machine guns. Petro grad announces tho Russians repuls ed Austrians nearf Novo Alexinloc and In Galicia. In Champagne the Germans, after a heavy bombardment, captured" some French trenches. Elsewhere Parla says tho Germans w?re repulsed with severe losses. The Italians are still bombarding Gorlzia reglou on their Iront and modo several infantry attacks, all which Vionna claims were repulsed. . A press dispatch says the allies bombarded tho Turkish port of To hesine in Asia Minor, levelling tho forts, barracks end a large part of the Turkish quarter. : SERBIAN WOMEN ARE BETB?ATINO WITH ARMY London, Nov*< 3?-A correspondent of the Evening News sands a story of the clearance of northern Serbia be s.Vforo Ute - Advancing. Austro-Germana which he describes as a "retreat of a people, not bf an army." Men ?women and children, with household goods and stock, accompanied tho army in its. retreat, passing through towns gaily decorated with flags in honor of tho Anglo-French ?who never came. At Top?la, King Peter,- ill and weak; was waiting to retire -sdth the rear guard. Suffering is terrible as many wouudod soldiers aro forced to walk. London, " Nov. - 3?-Th? landing' of Preach troops nt 'Kavola, Groece, Ia reported In a Sofia telegram to Ber lin, lt Seems O.Sequel tn yentmilny'ii information tli?t 'British and French troops have been sighted off that port. Whether these forces will be able to; connect speedily onough with the other troops aligned against the i Bulgarians .fro'U Krlvoln 10 ?truni itsa to relieve the pressur? there and by a posible flank at tn ck to threat : en: the. rear Bulgarian forces ls prob lematical . Tito appearance of thqae troops in tho Balkans" however .is regarded U3 a gratifying materialization of As quith's positive announcement yes terday that tho independence of. Ser bia was one ot the essential, objects of the. war. ?h^l'. Great Britain, end Frauco wera i ful lagre?n?ent, re garding the means of attaining this entL With ibo exception O? this ??p?r??d landing,' tho Balkan situation presents little beyond cofHctlng rumors. Ono . IB ;ibat Mbnistir already is in Bul garian hands and that tho ^Serbians aro almost surrounded and are re treating .haetily to a last position in the Albian mountalne. '.- These ru niors ar? ' discredited hero since tito official .com?njuhlvatl?ns - from Berlin, Vionna and, Sofia record no such de . Velopnieniw. . .Teutseie forces in N northern and western Serbia ?nd the Bulgarians in the cast codilt?t?e' ?sAtck.s; W ?. '".. (CONTINUED. ON PAGE SIX.) FAMJK^ tO POIX ENOUGH V? POUTlCAt PARTY--MA - FRAGE IN FENNS Now York, Nev. S.-The dropping of tba pennsylvania majority against suffrage to. approximately fifty thous and and the failure of. tho progres sives to; pe^?nough votes in Massa chusetts to rejoin legal .standing SB a political party aro the .outstanding features of yesterday's elections. in N?w York tho majority against sun rage ia approjr?nawry . ? hnnaro<r and .seventy-five thousand. In Waa HTMG RTEDIN HEATHES CONDITION REPORTED TO| HEAD OF SAN DEIGO TRAINING SCHOOL COURTMARTIAL IS CONTINUED! Hearing Has Developed Into Gen' eral Inquiry Into Aviation Situation in Army. San Francisco, Nov. 3.-Tho de tenso in the court martial of L/leu-1 tenaut-Colonol Lewis 13. . Goodler, ! judge advocate, of the western de partment of tho United States army charged with wrongfully advising of ficers at the San Diego aviation i school to prefer charges against their superior. Captain A. S, Cowan, com-] manding the school, it was announc ed today, ls expected to prove thot| Cowan knew the school's flying ma chines were unsafe and that aviation officers were hot .warned, The court i martial haB developed into a general inquiry into the aviation situation in ) the army.' Captain T. 5&?j Todd, commanding the ' Brownsville,- Texas, aviation school, testified "that b?foro ho left San Diego ho'saw an expert's report -to - Ii?fct($?Bsm^oIrael~:Samuo? i Heberr ; head ofrthe aviatldn 'ecotiono? the lanny, declaring that flying' machines I were unsafe when they tilted beyond a; certain arigW., Two accidents have ] occurred at tfua Diego since that re port. Todd added. Eight officers havo been killed at j tho San Diego school slnco January | nineteen thirteen. Advises U. S. He \V?U Punish All Bandits Found GuUty^ViQa'a Retreat; Relieves Probability of .Delicate Situation. _^ - ?:? . . v , , . - Washington, Nov, 3.-Carranza ad vised the United States today that tho Mexican bandit raiding on the-Ameri* can -would bo stopped 'as; quickly as possible, and those found guilty pun ished. ' Villa's retreat from Agua Prieta today disposed bf, temporarily, the question of whether United States troope Would bo authorized to cross into Mexico 'if necessary to protect American "ives and ?if?puriy.: Ii ivas said at tho stato department that no action was taken on General Puus ton'a suggestion that such a stop might become, necessary," It was pointed put that if'.the'United States sent troops across it would first ask permission of tho- Carranza govern ? . -.-_-_-- ? . French Repulse Bulgarians. Paris, Nov. 3.-TM*: war..office an-1 noun??s the .repulse,of. ^ho Bulgarian attack1 ontho^ French near Krlvblak, I In.eouihern Serbia. In tho Str?m?tsa'J region the French We. advancing on thc mountains hear the frontier. TES TO RETAIN STANDING AS JfORITY AGAINST SUF. YLVAN?A DRO*S , Each lisetta ; tho majority against suff rage ia approximately u hu nd red and th Jrty-two thou sand. In Ohio prohibition was defeated by n majority of thirty to forty thous and. Nearly complete returns showed that. democrats -wera all elected - in KOh j tacky and Maryland. Other . returns 1 arc-no i cn a n ged fr?m l?t' night's r e aitlts, ; To Reform America Mirsa Assafl Uliuli. MIrza Assad TJllah, Persian re ligious teachor, who waa in tho I United States ten years ago, has | caine bach to roform tho country. He proposes to establish a School of the Prophets, being a univoraal teaching of tho fundnmcntal princi pien of tlie ten great religions of the I world, through thc medium of uni versities and schools throughout the United States. "Religion and politics, national pride and political greed for suprem acy Jinvte always been the causes of | thc great wars," Bald ho. "It is ?in Interesting fact that all nations havo had prophecies of impending world conflict, now realized in tho, presont war, which would usher In a long period OS tranquility And pence." Mlrza'"Assad -Ullah's daughter , was, the".first Persian woman qf casto to tow'y^n^nrertcttn-, ?hd' t?^e?wi?^ Of v'tP^fCssoT ^eyd?ey ^praguetf ?otte lecturing ?ri California. He was ' a professor of English literature 'in j schools in Teheran and in govern ment schools In'Cairo. Their'son. Dr. Aineeu U. Farced, is a graduate of the University of Illinois " and Johhs Hopkins university, and rcs 3idcs lu Chicago. v Pvrsh?st? Joy Steamship Co. and Operated Lino With Sole Pur pos? of Driving Another Com? peting Line Ont of Business* . Now York, Nov, 3.-Tho alleged ef forts bf the Now York, New. Haven? | and Hartford to crush tho compet?-: ilon of tho. Joy Steamship -Company,1 opened . a new chapttr in, the ' govern ment's prosecution d' lue eleven for m?jfc? directors of tho >^w Haven- on charges of conspiracy to monopolizo j Now ?-Jn gland transportation?. Tho -government allegedi that. 'tho | line was oy?tttuauy.parchnse? and; operated" by the New. Haven iri order to. drive another competing line out I of business. Tho government' intro duced letters written b/ N?w Haven | ofnclnls tending to bear out the 'gOV-! ermn<-.nt'? charges, GERMANY'S FOOD SUPPLY FAR FROM OEING EXHAUSTER Berlin, Nov. 2.-The question: ot Germany's, food supply is. not giving J; the nation ', any worriment,'- notwith standing statements to tho contrary, fron? sources hostile to Germany, the Overseas News 'Agency declared to day. . ' . . . "The prest in enemy ? countries,*' says tho nows agency, "has recently printed- additional . reports regarding an alJ?g?d scarcity of food in''-.;?er> many.V-;AJl >?uch.reports are incorrect, and.;! Germany's '.enemies are doomed once raero to disappointment, ?-lnco thc feeding of. tho German nation is as completely osaurod now.as it ha?.been d-ur in g the preceding months ;.Mit&(i 'j GERMANS DENY VOIMI?ELOW ON PEACE MINION IN SPAIN Madrid, Nov. 3.-A formal denial waa made in a statement b?y t?? iO?rV man embassy that Prince -ron Buelow intends . to: discuss possible peaes terms here ; and In, Washington < A dispatch, from Corunna says tho for mer imperial chancellor of G o rai any ls expected there ab?nrd tho Dutch steamer Tubdn?a. Btielow ls4 new lu 8 wileri and. It ?ai? reaort?d. that h? was sont t>y his government to ini tiate peace negotiations; ?"' " V'-T : 'Mi'-.'. I :' ' .-'...'.'.''' ' '-""-V-' '." : .'"'*' AMERICAN MINISTER TO BEL GIUM COMING HOME ON VACATION ; HIS RECALL WAS NOT REQUESTED Hos Had Delicate Position and Stifte Department zs Well Pleased With Record. j ? - : ? ' . Washington, Nov 4 3.-?rand Whit lock, American -midister to Ilolgium, notified tho state department today that ho 1? preparing to rV.?fn to thc United States for a' vacation ot? ac count of 111 health.j In view of rumors: published that Germany has asked Whitlock's recall ,beca?a8o of his report! on tho case of i Miss Edith Cavell, ibo nurse executed for assisting British und Belgian pris oners to escape, ; olllclals stated em phatically tonight that Whitlock's de parture, ao far as they wore aware, ia lin no way connected with tho Cavell I incident. They pointed Ont that Whitlock had asked and recolvcd permission to re turn on vacation* whenever his health necessltater lt. This was granted bo forcthe Cavell execution. Whitlock's health waspoor then. Whitlock haB been' In n most delicate position since j the Gei-muns invaded Belgium and of ficials rsgard hie record as brilliant I City Crowded Witfr Visitors On | "College Day"-Show ? Decided Success. Greenville, Nov. 3.-Happy, smll I lng and contented' visitor.; poured by ?tho hundreds into, the exposition building this morning for, "College Day" of tho Southern . Tex tile expoal-j ?ij?.. There was an excellent repre sentation from Clemson college.and other schools of teohncogy, these men having come from nil soctlona of [ the South to attend the exposition and leam and sse In o-veraiion and won derful inventions and productions as exhibition. Surpassing all" expecta tions, tho attendance for the two days at 3 o'clock this' afternoon reached then ten thousand mark. . ? Tho Becpnd day pf tho exposition will culminate tonight with a formal ball given complimentary to the ex position-visitors In Cleveland^, hall. Tho hall has been elaborately decorat ed and every other preparation made for the entertainment - of the festal ) crowd. To this dance two hundred, invitations were issn, ii to Greenville peoplo and probably most of them will bo present to moot and dance with tho visiting guest;-,. Another dance,| Informar in'nature, will bo tho clos ing'event Thursday night. ?rMOi'-IMTM VXD ??BDBL?CAN'S I MAY BOTH ME ET IN CHIC A (J O Chicago. Nov. 3.-That half of the j two hundred thousand dollar fund to ] bring >the Democratic and Republican National contentions hore has -been raised was orinconcetl ?B a committee Ot business men opened a two weeks campaign to raiso another hundred tbotituiji'd. Three Killed In Collision. j \: Charlottesville, Va., Nov. 3.-~Tlvrco I trainmen were killed tn- a- rear-end I I collision of frolghts on the Chospoakol and Ohio at Keswick at mldnjght. Sootiicim' Cong?et&?** Say..;.Re*| I . - strictions Practically Prohi bit Exportation. Washington, Nov. 3.-At (he,, In? ! stance of tho state 'department tho [British embassy today began an ,1a lulry into British refef lctlons on \merlean tobacco to^neutral ports. ?aUthQr*. representatt rod iq congress ?ayd .??td Secretary t*n&inig thesre .imctt?hV were practically prohjht^ iivo and virtually nil ' crop?' for the 'TnsT'lwp years aro Btoron sn American warehouses. . How Germans and Bulgi the Road for Their T MONTENEGRO^ \ ^ I -AUSTRO-GERMAN ADVANC 2-WHERE GERMAN'Sb?/BUl $* BULGARIAN ADVANCE Tlio territory in black on tho map BIIOWS where the Austro-Oerman forces have joined hands with tho Bulgarians in northeastern Serbia. The rough mountainous country, along tho Danubo is now cleared of Serbian defenders, but before Germany^ can: send any aid of importance to. Turkey; sho must control the Orient railway CALL ATTENTION TO VICTOR .TUCKY AND CLOSE RAC HILLES SEES NOl ADMINIS' Washington, Nov. 3.-A statement Issued at tho headquarters -.of tho B ? mocratlc national committee herb to night expressed gratification over tho rc?<ilt of yesterday's elections, declar ing that tho democrats made large gains fro ni the progreBsivo ranks. It called attention to the election: ot A. O. Stanley, democrat, as'gov ernor of Kentucky and -Emerson C. Harrington, de ni oe vat, an governor of Maryland and ??vid David Walshs ^ race in Massachusetts, which ha:; vir tually always been republican, prov TO FIGHT FOR DURABLE PEAGE Will Not Lay Down Amu Uni (BwfegB????' Arc Obtained, dares Premier Aristide* Parla, Noy,. 3.-After 'Aristide Brlande, the now premlor, hod an nounced ia his ministerial declaration |hat France ' had docldod' to obtain guaratces of durable poaco before lay ing down arms, tho new government waa given a vote, of, confidence offive 1,-a.ndrod and fifteen, to.ono. ' "Franco ls fighting for civilization and liberty," Url mid declared and asked that gov ernment bo fudged hy lt's acts. . ?Ope Distressed. - Rome, Nov. 3.-The Pope express ed his regret to tho ? Cardinals who 'made, un in qi ?I ry th nt ho was unable to give any hopeful assurance of thc likelihood of early -peace negotiations. ? Bombasses of allied po?era here all officially dray there is any foundation for the reports ot peace mo vernen ta UjBd?r^^jrjf'V'r Another Typhoon in Luzon; Manila, - Nav. 3.-A typhoon., in creasing in.violence, is again sweep ing the section'"of Luxon which waa ! devastated late lost month, with ; tilo lpns of nearly two hundred. Uves ?nfl I a property damage of nearly a mil-1 lion;, lt ls headed toward Manila, ??a?ce m\\ Ig?ra>V London, tfov 3 -rFrtu^ wijl tjOt sign a- peace, agreement until : after her reiteration by right of victory; until'<?ho shall have obtained all. guar an tee? ?i'W dum bio p?nc?' rc?iu n riv-' inter BHand, ? m ? arians Are Opening roops to Constantinople. T R I A" /:i?G8! E INTO SERBIA. .CARIAMS HAVE, ,as far e? Tho down progr?s* and Brltli i fonding YiSy have dr! an Nish. sherman , movo south 1 ?va valley maken alowi $tho Eoutli the French fte oined the Sorbs do Bh-SalOnlki r?tlway and , . h? .Bulgarians who oc cupied Kupsitt aa far east.aa the out skirts of Nish. Y OVER REPUBLICANS IN KEN E IN MASSACHUSETTS NDOR&EMENT OF TRATIONi ?cd vefcy gratifying. Tho contests in Maryland and Kentucky wero- close but aA! Indications are that democrats wera' elected. '" _ - 1 1 - ' . ." ' HILLES SECS JI?TTNFALL . OF PRE SEKT ADMINISTRATION Now Yot-k, Nov. 3.-Charles D, I Hilles, chairman of the republican na tional committee, issued a statement ?tonight reviewing the results of tho elections and declaring that "they ?must be anything but gratifying to the national administration." WILKES-BABRE BIQTS j Dozen Street Cara Demolished By Striker,; sad SysspS'-liisefi Before Riot Subsided. ' Wilkes-Borro, Ponns,, Ne*. 3.-A dozen old cars, which the .Wilkes Barre Railway company tried to oper ate today on it's linos which ' have been idlo for three weeks by a strike, wero . wrecked! today by rioteVs and ?OvorV.persons injured,'though nono wero seriously hurt. For a time tho police ' couldn't preserve order but seemed to have the situation in hand tonight.. BEPORT SAYS FORT HANSEL? IS ?B?TTLEO UP? BY ITALI ANS Undine, Nov. 3.-Fort Hansel, the center nf the Austrian system of torr [tificatfons around ' Melborghette, Aomtnatlng.the road from -Pontafol to Toryis*'has . been "bottled up" accord ing to Italian officiais 'reporta, AU tho surrounding heights' have: been dering with, heavy : Italian\ gut} s ; ren dering the fort powerless. Rumania Leans Toward Allies. Milan, Nov. 3. -The Ku m un lan op? position led by M. . Jon?sou and M. FUiPW"'is .a&irig.its utmost to over throw the Biatiano .cablpot and torin, a ministry, favorable? to the allies ?ayn a Ilucbcref.? dispatch to Sec?lo. It . ls soml-oBleially . stated that mania' would,"enter tho war only ter tho allies landed a men,' as otherwise l\. would - bo -'. Kl - - t.*. ?A?'n*rt>?n vtt?it fronts. half-)Qj!tHo? IST i Wi ON AGUA PRIETA ARMY WAS WITHDRAWING AND HEADED FOR NACO LAST NIGHT MAY TRY TO TAKE TOWNS ON COAST Troops Said to Have Recs <e$ Food and Water Bet Supply is Yet Insufficient-/ Douglas. Arlr,., Nov. Villi army is withdrawning fica Agna Prieta tonight and heading lo-.vani Naco, hut lt waa reported tho main army had not gono fur and that, rein? forcements aro enrnuto. - Thoro .. is much speculation as to whether lt ls only a temporary wltodrawal ?r whotlior ho would abandon the , attack on Agua Prieta and try to capturo west coast cities through which hs might import supplies. / Tho Villa troopB have received some food and water but not sufficient. Douglas, Arz., Nov. 3.-Villa forced by hunger, thrist and scanty ammuni tion supply to abandon the plan of i n mi eil i ute assault un ,' Auga Prieta, commenced to withdrawing his army today. Shortly after 0. most of Ma force was mpvlng toward Annvacachl Pass, 13 milos' southwest, . - Douglas, Ariz., Nov. S.-^-Vllla ls in bettor position to renew the siege of ?Agua Prieta, held by Calles, a I Carranza 'commander? His army ia freshly provisioned and .-watered. A ('alica reconnoitering party of 40 or SO ran into a Villa machine gun squad a milo flouthcast o? town this mprn lng according; to American .obaeryrirs . and. Only five escaped. ViHn forces Buffered severely from inarching across the desart,.. They wore almost, exhausted alter the two duj-i; assault.' ''Fresh troops are Re ported coming up Louth at Gallardo Pass. Douglas, Nov. 3.--Villa left ,830 dear* on field. Calles dead were 125 soldiers ! and wounded ?0. Washington, Nov." S.-Oaeial '-??st, of casualties In and around Douglas as result of battlo on Mexican side show one United. States soldier dead and six wounded, t\yo civilians wore hurt. Six Subjects Mentioned By ^Gov ernor to Be Acted On in I Special Sss?ion. . Atlanta, Nov. 3.-Tho Georgia leg llBlature called for a'speclai session by Governor Harris had -before it six subjects. Chief were the. appropriation bills, which make tho session neces sary, and more stringent state prohi bition laWs. The passage cf the.ap propriations was 'prevented at the regular session last Juue'by a bitter prohibition tight. lae prohibition elements aro apparently divided over tho form ot. the prohibition, bills and how stringent thoy should be. Two bills are prepared. Ono is said to pro vide among otwor tilinga that ? ;-p?ri* son may receive fruin outside Of - the ' state over a half gallon of '-whiskey monthly. Other, (natters aro the crear, tina ot a commission for the release of tho Western and At 1 on tlc railroad. The creation of a state potton warb? house system, 4ho; revision of tho state automobile 'tax law, and the r?vision, of i the game laws V- ,^' protoct. tbs shrimp und draw-industry.. RUSetA HAS ISSUED - . :i~r.. Agreement to Maintain Indepen?-, .' euee to Lap?e ^^Oi^.l^ldi? . AjrreementW^ $jj?fogr?d/'VNov. ?.TT-iftttssia' has notified .Persia . that tho Anglo-Hua ? i sn. convention providing fOj?. main talneneo of Persian; integrity and in dependence will immediately Jap#e lt tumors that Persia aaa concluded ait agreement with Geraianv: . Turks?. prove true.:.'"'" ^^^^^^^?^S?B?