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II. BLEASE GENERAL
J IN HIS ATTACKS
GOYERXOR STAKES CHARACTERISTIC
SPEECH IX ASDERSOX.
Fays Respects to Senator Smith and
Pardon Record ?
Anderson, November 29.?Governor
Blease declared here this afternoon
in his speech that President Wilson
would not be re-elected unless he
changed what, the Governor says, is
the policy of the National Democratic
administration, permitting negroes to
boss white men, and also girls, in the
governmental service in Washington.
Drawing cheers from the crowds which
occupied every seat and utilized every
inch of room in the Court House, Governor
Blease declared that the South
Carolina Senators and Congressmen
were afraid to denounce this condition,
Ind announced that he would make a
Ight on it when he goes to the Sen[The
Governor said that he was going
I V?,aof Conofrtr T? "H Smith TlPYt Slim
JU t^vuavvi ju? *Av?w
mer. "He may come around with a
pocket handkerchief to show you how
to grade cotton, but I am going to
show you that all toe has done has been
draw $7,500 a year for six years,"
he exclaimed, amid yells from the audience.
Saying that his ambition had
Been satisfied when elected Governor,
and that he would have been content to ]
retire if some folks hadn't meddled
It summer, but he was going' to |
ke one of the United States Senas
sorry for his meddling. "I am goI
to beat him/' declared Governor
ft Federal Patronage.
Hvernor Blease made an attack on
[the Unued States Senators for their
failure to agree on Federal patronage;
paid that Tillman was standing by (bis
fcriend, Thurmond, and Smith by his
Friend, Weston, for district attorney,
which some folks said was all right,
it criticised Blease for standing by
i friends. He also paid his respects
If. L. Sims, of Orangeburg, who has
pn recommended for United States
Lrshal. eharein-e the first thing he
(I to do when elected was to get
idavits to show that (h was not edit;
a negro paper in Radical times,
i saying that this was tne brand of
mocracy which Sentors Tillman'
I Twenty years
no other kind.
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and Smith said was "Simon pure."
The newspapers came in for a round
of denunciation, the Governor saying
they criticised him for pardoning people,
and in the same breath commended
President Wilson for doing the same.
He claimed the credit of saving eigh:
out of the thirteen companies which'
the war department wanted mustered
! rvnt nf fho Yntinnul fhlflrd. and said
i no paper said lie did right.
"Pour it in, governor," yelled an enthusiast
from the crowd.
Emerson and Ellison Cases.
The Governor justified his pardoning
of Emerson and Ellison on the ground
of the large petitions filed asking clemency
in their behalf, and from Solicitor
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the people if anybody didn't like what j
he did they could just help themselves.
This brought a laugh from the crowd. I
He jusified his paroling of the safe!
cracker. Samuel K. Williams, rearrested
by federal authorities, on a letter
received from Judge Prince, who sentenced
the man and who asked the
Governor to parole him, saying he
would take all the blame. He entered
into a vigorous defence of his pardoning
record and declared that he rnad
never given any except for mercy and
that it made him happy to give mercy.
And he expected to continue pardoning
people. He said that he had been criticised
for pardoning a dead man, but
that the newspapers would not have
to worry in this case for fear the fellow
would be sent back to the Penitentiary.
Education of Xegro.
The Governor, holding in his hands
a catalogue of a negro college in Columbia
wherein botth white and negroes
are shown in the picture of the fac- i
ulty, made an attack on education of |
negroes. He entered a declaration in i
favor of the taxes of white people go- |
ing to the whites, and made a denun- j
ciation of encroachment by the Fed-;
eral Government on the States in the
course of his speech.
The campaign of 1912 was recalled
I Kv tho riAPlaratirvn nf rhe Governor that
( u J ?
a man could make the canvass for Gov- |
ernor on $300, and his charge that the
friends of Jones had raised a fund of
$250,000 in an effort to buy votes.
"They talk about Blease debauching
the primary: what did they want with
that $250,000 but to buy votes?" he
asked amid cheers.
Confident of Anderson.
The Governor drew a mignty cneer j
i when he expressed his belief of carryect
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1.80 1.70 No. 2 Star Co
1.90 1.80 No. 3 Star Co
2.00 1.90 No. 4 Star Co
2.30 2.20 No. 5 Star Co
2.70 2.60 No. 6 Star Co
$1.60 $1.50 No. 1 Star Ry
1.80 1.70 No. 2 Star Ry
1.90 1.80 No. 3 Star Ry
2.00 1.90 No. 4 Star R'Y
2.30 2.20 No. 5 Star Ry
2.70 2.60 Ne. 6 Star Ry
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.test Cut Price Mail Orde
ing Anderson by a larger majority for
the United States Senate than he had
for Governor. He said that he put no
stock in the stories being sent out that
he had lost strength in Anderson County,
and the crowd yelled, "That's
jl lie Lrovernor reueiiueu ut-ici minacion
not to interfere in the race
for Governor, paid a tribute to the late
! Representative George R. Rembert, of
I Richland county and thanked the people
for the reception accorded him.
Mr. Charles Carroll Simms, of Barnwell,
who is with the Governor on the
present trip in the up-county, made a
short speech this afternoon in the
Court House, being well received. Mr.
' T r ^ ^ Si-T-w " o4-Ar? Af f\Y*Cl
i\. jr. ^jiiixlu auueu cts> juasici ui vcn-monies.
Several hundred people shook
: hands with Governor Blease after his
speech. The Governor and Mr. Simms
left in Sheriff Ashley's automobile to
visit Mr. J. \V. Ashley at Honea Path
and returned to Columbia to-night.
W. F. Caldwell
3rR. BOKDEX IX WASHINGTON
Premier of Canada Entertained by
Washington, November 28.?Washington
to-day had as guests of honor
Premier Robert L. Borden, of Canada,
and Mrs. Borden, who spent the day
in the Capital on tfiieir way home alter
a month's stay at Hot Springs, Va.
The visitors unon arrival went direct
ly to the British embassy and soon afterward
Secretary Bryan called to escort
the premier to the White House
to meet the President.
Later Mr. Borden was given a club
luncheon by Secretary of Interior
Lane, an old personal friend. To-night
? "* -r-k A
secretary ana ivirs. joryau uave <x
dinner at their home in honor of the
premier and Mrs. Borden and Sir
William Tyrrell, private secretary of
che British- foreign minister. The
guests included Lady Spring-Rice,
wife of the British ambassador and
Madame Jusserand; the German ambassador
and Countess Bernstorff;
the Costa Rican minister and Madame
Calvo; the Norwegian minister and
Bryn; the Chief Jusiice and Mrs.
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wmte; Justice nugiies auu mis.
Hughes; Senator Newlands and Mrs.
Newlands; Senator Southerland and
Mrs. Southerland; Representative
Cooper and Mrs Cooper. The premier
and Mrs. Borden at midnight left for
Ottawa. i *
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All persons who own lota in Rosej
mont cemetery can have them kept ,
t clean of grass and wt-.eds, and shrubbery
and hedges kept properly trimmed,
for one year by paying R. Y. Leaveil,
treasurer, the sum of two dol,
lars. Upon a payment of two dollars
i the association will have lots worked
r and properly cleaned for one year
from date of payment.
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own lots are earnestly requested to
keep ttiem clean of grass and weeds
and keep all shrubbery and hedges
trimmed. All lot owners are requestL
ed and urged not to pay the laborer
at the cemetery for cleaning lots or
> for extra work, as he is paid a regular
salary and hi.-: time belongs to the as*
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