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Weekly, SitaWbke* XBttj Deilr, JtftV.lt, 1114.
Alarming Reports Filter In From]
Stormy Repub?c ana Keep thc
Envoy? Guessing
(By Associated Press)
Secretary Bryan called at the Ar
gentine legation late In the day ard
spent two hours in conference v/'.th
the South American envoys, discuss
ing the continued detention qt John
R. Stillman, American vice consul at
Saltillo by Mexican federals, the Le
bos Island incident and the case ot
the five South Americans under arrest
ia Vera Cruz for firing upon United
Slates sailors and marines.
Asks Consul's Release.
Mr,. Bryan insisted that the release
of 8llllman must be brought about at
once. When asked about the matter
later, uv wouid not say what would
happen if the vice consul were kept
in prison, but bo was gravely em
phatic in ' announcing the govern
ment's determination to'- have him
General Carra?as end the Mexican
rebels who seek Huerta's overthrow
will not be represented at the con
ference at Niagara Falls according to
latest advices.
Disturbing elements continued to
arouse interest throughout the day.
General Funeton at Vera Cruz was ap
pealed to by the Brazilian minister at
Mexico City to release some South
Americans including three Brasiliens,
wno had been arrested and are awaiU
ia? trial for "rntpping" American
soldiers In Vera pros harbor- An
appeal was made to Secretary Bryau
by the mediating'envoys on ftehalf of
General Huerta . because of . .'reports
that American-- fo?*Mvha? seised : !
Mexican lighthouse oh Lebo? Island
off-Tampico,.nu-act which Hu???'?)
?aruis msimnmed was aggressive andi
in violation' ot th? armistice.
fl berta Violates Armistice.
Tho ..government maintained that
Huerta-.had> violated the armistice in
ordering, lighthouses closed on the Pa
cific ci?*?i to tho perils of shipping.
Prow Tampico, where1 Mexican fed?r
ala and : rebel? h?ve- been preparing
for a.. sangt nary struggle, cause
rumbling" of bftti"-:, Tri?Us ??vc?i- ?S??
Hueiia's strength was waning in Mex
ico City and that the bandit leader*
Zapata wa? about to attack the capital
from the south served to arouse dip
lomatie agents ot foreign nations lest
their pt?olo in Mexico City might be
in immediate danger of persecution* or
Another American Murdered.
. Details of the killing of C. B. Head
ley, American an G. E.- Williams.
British, by Mexicans at El Favor mine
near Guadalajara, were given in a
dispatch from the British vice consul
at Guadalajara transmitted to the
state department today.
The dispatch said that Headley and
Williams were stabbed to death' and
horribly mutilated by enraged Mexi
cans, after the foreign stat foi tho
charge of El Favor mines had en
deavored to search native laborers to
The foreigners were attacked while
tracing sliver bra stole from the mine,
the search was in progress and Hoad
ley and Williams gave up their weap
ons, believing they v- ould be spared.
Both were immediately stabbed to
death. The vice consul said that all
the other foreigners were placed in
jail but Inter were released.
Mob Seeks American.
Vera Oms, May ii.- At Mexico City
large number ot men and boys are
drilling in the streets. A few nights
ago a mob tv >*rod before the Brasil
ien legatlo J demanded that Luis
D'Antin, av ottaohe Of the American
emasay. who had taken refuge there,
be delivered over. Threats were made
to kill him.
Tiie Brasiliao minister notified the
state department, and added that he
would only sulrreader D'Antin if he
overpowered by the mob. The anti
pathy to the attache is due to tro fact
that he is the only American official
left in the saplul and because or his
activity hi relieving the distress ot
American. ntfsr combatants.
So far as?-tarka?wn no mssMfM
point on -?ka. llaktcan raliway cnter
At Cu-d-h?^e, rfh?cM is. s. stnU??ic
have cseu tak?n~tofortify the capital,
lag the cityyillsitfe ara no signs of for
tifie itlons, federals, however,
are taking steps to provision Puebla,
about ttttdway Dei**"**"* v#ra crux and
the. capita!, on the lines of the ji*?iar
ls said to be holding outposts east of
Oceanic ral?res*. ^Panerai Navarete
Puebla watching American lines.
Federals Waiea Vaastea.
A rumor has been current In thc
capital that ic ease Villa drives ?he
federals out. Huerta ia planning to
make a stand ft Puebla, which has
military advantages fur defense.
Wornt* and Her Blind Hatband
Were Injured When Hone
Ran Away Last Sunday
!t~ I3 hard to imagine that men could
be BO malicious as to cause a woman
and her blind husband serious Injury
but such is the case, according to
the story told by Mrs. Sturgeon Tucker
at the Anderson County Hospital. Mrs.
Tucker.is in the hospital, suffering
with a broken ?boulder bone, and her
blind husband is badly bruised as the
result of a run' away Sunday. The
animal driven by Mrs. Tucker took
fright at two motor cycles and Mrs.
Tucket was too weak to regain con
trol of the panic-stricken horse.
According to Mrs. Tucker's version
of the affair she and.her husband left
their home at Fair Play to drive
through this city to relatives living
?ts the lower part of the county. Her
husband is totally blind and she was
driving the horse. They came from a
by-road near J. S. Fowler's residence
when two motor cycles came into view.
Mrs. Tucker says that both of the
meu steered their machines in the
direction cf the buggy and seemed" to
be trying to come as close as possible
without striking the.buggy. The horse
took freight and she waa unable to
hold bim and when he ran she an! J
her husband were thrown from thc
buggy. She -says that neither ot the
riders stepped .tiielr machines or made
any effort to assist her after she was
Mrs. Tucker was brought to the city
and she and her husband were given
medical attention by Dr. C. F. ROBB.
The injured woman was. then carried
to the Anderson hospital and the brok
en bone was set while the husband re
turned to his home at Fair Play.
.The officers are attempting to find
some trace^pf the mbtor cycle riders.
B. P.O.:BMtttB& THEN
Every Town Of Importance In
State Wm Send Large telega
tionr to Convention " ' \
<?.> s-.-f*r
Tba .priaeipat evee^-\o, be expected
n Anderson after the'confederate re
union is over is the State Convention
of the Benevolent sad Protective Or
der of Elks. In other words, the "Hel
lo Bills" are coming tc Anderson In
June and this, city will then entertain
the "Beat People on Earth." . A'bueraon
is planning to take care of t -. visit
ors in flos fashion.
Capt. R. J. Ramer, exalted ruler
of Anderson lodge, 1206, announced
last night that he bad appointed a
finance committee to arrange for se
curing necessary funds to take care
of t>? entertainment during the two
days here as follows: Porter A. Waa.
ley, chairman. A. S. Farmer, William
Banks, C. F. Ross and W. F| Marshall.
Tb 1B committee.-Trill go to work today
and by the end of the week enough
money .will have been secured from the
various members of. the order to de
fray all the expense connected with,
the meeting,
The days of June 17 and 18 will be
looked forward to from now until they
roll around and they will be remem
bered long after the convention has
paased. It ia expected that there will
tie more Elks in Anderson for the
convention this year th a a ever be
fore, since Uki* year ?here will he
fonr more lodges than attended the
convention io Greenville last year.
When the Greenville lodge entertain
ed the StMe Association neither
Orangeburg or Charleston held mem
bership in the State Association and
both these lodges will be represented
ania -year. Also, there waa no lodge
at Gaffney nor was there one at Spar,
tan burg. This year Spartan burg lodge
No. 1310 will send over BO delegates,
according to a statement received from
there yesterday and Gaffney lodge,
1305, will have.almost as many.
The Greenville lodge members say
tbat they will have well over 100 del?,
gates hare and they ar's expecting a
big time.
Another decided feature of the An
eUra*? -neMl?5 S=d CSt to
Elks m this State, will bo the appear
ance of the drum aud bugle corot of
Colombia lodge, ll?. , This is the
first organisation of Ita kind to tte
perfected by an Elks lodge in the
ntate spa tho clarance or this mn?!,
cid aggro gail on will he welcomed.
The new home being erected by the
Andersen lodge ls coming along, ta
flan shape and In all probability will
be finished several weeks before the
?Ute Association convenes.
With everything in fine shape for
the convention and all plana completed
Anderson aspects to store's blt with
every Elk in South Carolina.
Great Crowd* Tom Out at New
York and Follow Coffin* to
Navy Yard
(By Associated Press.)
New York, May ll.-New York Join
ed toe nation today in memorializing,
with simple dignity, the heroism of the
uineteen bluejackets and marinea, who
gave their lives at Voca Crus. As the
most impressive funeral pageant since
the Bpaniuh war started, from the Bat
tery to the Brooklyn navy yard, it
was as if the whole population of the
city was there.
Great Crowds Attend.
The people were still, standing
shoulder to shoulder in a community
of grief. It was a spectacle of a city
?..traagciv transngured and lifted out
of itself.
In the Une of mourners that follow
ed the artillery caissons bearing the
dead were the chiefs of state and city
government, and many more distin
guished men ot nearly every calling;
but every eye in th? throngs that
lined the way, turned first to the car
riage where. President Wliion rode
close behind the lase funeral car. The
president came'from. Washington-dur
ing the' night and stood as the ma
rines ' fired ' their parting volleys, at
the Brooklyn navy yard, and the navy
bugler Hounded "taps." that proclaim
ed thc end of the ceremeuy.
Relatives o'Deg.? i'?r?"??.
On the stand with the president at
the ' navy yard were relatives of the
dead sailors and marine*,
sisters and wives, but in ali the
of mourners, none seemed moi* ?
touched- by^febo spirit <ii
WMBHIH^HL word -vrzi ?
tWl^flBPRtoTfht for their/enb^tryr??
honor at vera Crus'.
Abd to the pre?.dent was left thc
privilege of voicing the nation's grief
and tbs nation's belief that those who
died in the performance of duty had
done for their country a service not
Xo be ?t?i-red by their Individual
"The feeling that is uppermost "h?
said," 1* one of profound grief, and
yet- there ie nixed -sith that grief a
profound pride that they should have
gone as they did, sud if I 'may say
it out of my heart, a touch of envy
of those who were Dermitted so quiet
ly, ec n*ely. to ~do"their duty.'*
Wilson ?kow? Emotion.
The) head oJt\ tim nation, l*x>ked
out over the thousands massed about
the coffins on the parade ground and
his voice Shook with emotion as he
declared his creed.
"We have gone down to Mexico," he
said, "to ?erv* mankind if we can find
a way. We do not want to fight the
Mexican*; we want to serve the Mex
There tran a wistful note in his
voice, as he added: "I never was un
der fir* bul I fancy there are some
things Just as hatd to do as to go un
der Arr. I fancy lt ls Just sa hard to
do your duty when men are sneering
at you as tirhen they are shooting at
you. When thu/ shoot at you, they can
only take your life; when they sneer
at you, they -can wound your heart."
From a bird's eye view, the multi
tude along the route of tbe funeral
cortge presented tbe picture of a
vast human stream connecting two
arms ot th? sea. Muffled voices, soft
s po.en commands by military officers,
the melancholy tolling of the Trinity
Church bell .emphasized a bush that
had fallen over a city of noise.
The dead t"-ere landed by the tugs
Trifilo. and Correction . early In the
morning end lay in state on Battery
Park Plana for more than an hour
before the procession started. There
were seventeen coffins.
Each caisson was drawn by four
horses, astride two of which rod?
members of the First and Second -reg
Imeuta of the field, artillery. There waa
lu addition one mounted police escort
for each caisson. Fdur sailors on each
side acted as pall bearers, These
men. t-sned from recent -Service In
Vera Crus?, had been called to New
York, especially for the ser ice . in
memory ?f their ???u ?uiurtt?es.
Directly behind the caissons, which
stretched out their single; file, were
?n.j ?Kir?cEos of me President, Go ver
ser Glynn, Secretary Daniels, Mayor
Mitchel other distinguished guests.
The presence of - the president in the
procession ?sc=s ss s ?urprtse for it
bad been announced that he would
ride direct from the Pennsylvania
station to the nary yard.
Alt along the route the strea^.tnif
black with specters. Windows and
roofs, halt completed frame ot build
ings, SD were crowded. There were
thousands of policemen cs hssd tc*
hold to> in>wc? bacic.
Tn? school children "Nearer
my God to Theo."
(Continued on Fourth Page.)
Commander of Sooth Caroline!
Som Has Issued IProclr-r^Hon
For Coming MeettAg
From the headquarters of the South
Cs. jlfna Division, Sons o? confederate j
Veterans, at Chester, comes the offi
cial order in regard to the reunion
to he held in Anderson. The order
ls signed by A. L. Gaston, command
er of South Carolina Division, S. C.
V. and says:
"The annual Reunion of the Sons
of Confederate Veterans will be held
at Anderson, 8. C., on May 27th sod
28jh at the same time and place that
the Reunion of the Confederate Vet
erans Is to be held, ,Tbe Chamber ot
Commerce ot Anderson has extended
a cordial invitation to the Sons to be
guests of that City, op this occassion.
All loyal Sons are ttttfed to attend and j
such Camp u requested to send dele
gates, and Also.ih ??? meantime make]
the annual reports.".
"Miss Mildred Patterson, of Chester.
B. C., has been appointed Sponsor
of this Division for P?\g Reunion and
Miss Anne Hotbrock, of Aiken, S.
C. , and Miss Kittie James, of Chester,
d. C., have been appointed as Maids!
of Honor to attend this Reunion.
"The City of Anderson Is planning
to extend a hearty entertainment on
this occassion and has arranged for j
rr.r.r.y p?e??eut sacia: functions."
Automobiles Secare J for Textile
Class to Use On Trip to Clem
Ison Saturday \
Practically all tbeianiomehUeB nec
essary for carrying, thc textile class
rr the night'school 'frcsn Anderson to
Clemson uext Satardas hava bt#n com
pleted, K. M. Burnett said yesterday
that he would need only a few more
automobiles than pe. has secured, In
order lo comfbrca$$r| accommodate
every one mi^ngiihe trip an4*iJMfi
says lt i?. t^1? shoaling that the
n)len,t3 .oi hH? sch??^?ili^ novec. iox
viBBs goes sa t^ieinsoa- college as
sueste of the college and there wilt be
rio expense connected with', the trip.
lt is planned to give the mill workers
one ot the biggest afternoon's thst
they ."lave ever esjoyed.
The narty will start from Anderson
at 1:30 o>Jock Saturday afternoon and
after reaching, the college will inspect
.ie textile, t?ep*rusent of the college.
Tne next .fea??rti will be ike third
and last ?ame .nf th? baseball seriss
between Auburn ?\nd Clemson and then ;
the party will tak* ...as as .guests ut!
the college.
Ketuming lt is probable thst every'
automobile will be in by C o'clock and
the members of the high school will
have enjoyed a delightful afternoon
from start to finish. They all appre
ciate tbv Mt. Burnett has been able
to arrange this trip.
Semi-Pro Baaofmti Proposed For]
A 4*?*BP? Greenwood, Green
vive and Spartanburg
Tjh? venerable "Tommie" Stouch of
Greenville spent yesterday In Ander?
son, according to the baseball fans, tn
an effort to perfect the organisation
of a four-club baseball league, the
proposed league to consist Of Ander
son, Greenwood, Greenville and Spar
tanlmrg, It ts said that Souch is op
timistic over the outlook and says that
every, town In the league will go into
the venture If Ar ?eraon win cen?es*
to put a team fa the field. That the
tocal fans will be wining to. try the
stunt again is alwo^i certain.
Stouch proposes that a league be
organized In which high class semi
professional b*eebsJ! ?enid be played.
The majority of the players on every
team would,,be.collete baseball men
and thar?: ?.->;.. ....? "?riifeicicssis
on 'any team ?alces it might be the
Mr. Stouch has estimated, that a
?>*rfe?ted and baseball
TV#Wh an expense to any single
of |25 per day. Whether or not
Anderson fans are willing te go into
th? game with tbs knowledge that
they will have to put np th!? sum re
mains to be seen.
that an active canvass
e started among the faa?
famine required guar
, If tafe can bo secured lt
witt mean that Anderson will hare
baseball this summer and good bass
bal at that
?Justice Wright Had Sentenced
Defendants on Charge of
Contempt in 1907
(By Associated Press)
Washington, May ll.-Ending years
! of bitter legal fighting, the supreme i
.court today set aside tho sentence im.
! posed by the District of Columbia su-1
treme court upon Samuel Uompers, j
John Morrison and John Mitchell, for
I alleged contempt of court in 190?, for
[violating injunctions against alleged
boycotting of th eBucks Stove and
Range Company.
Holmes Delivers Opinion.
Justice Holmes announcing the do-1
? cisi?n, said that even if the Statut? I
j did not cover contempt, tue necessity
for the speedy disposition of auch !
lease's was so great it would establish
j the rule that by analogy contempt
proceedings must be begun within.
I three years after the committing ot tho
offence. Justices Vandeventer and
Pitney dissented.
Justice Holmes said the controversy
turned upon the question of whether
contempt of court ls a crime barred
by the statute of limitations which
provides that no person shall be prose,
cuted f. r tdC. offence unless by "in
dietme*. " Or information brungh? i
witbl-? /?t'li years.
argument Reviewed.
Ht icvlowed the argument that the !
statute applied only to cases that
could be proceeded Against by indict
ment pr information, and explained
that the court .bad decided these words
lure controlled by the subatiot'sl par
ti on of toe statute that "no *
The court rejected tlier argttr??at
[that the offense cont'aucd until'thc
end of the labor boycott against the
company in 1?10. The offense charg
ed. Justice Holme*,, said, was not On"
a continuing conspiracy to boycott.
I bat ?neHfic ocie.
The conduct cf Justice Wright, who!
[tmiiosed tbe sentences in the loweri
court, kre being investigated by the
house ccbini?tt?e' under resolution for
i imperilment.
Mexican Hangi; in Texas.
Pecos, Texas, May ll.-Leon Carder
nae Martinez, a Mexican youth, wa*
hanged here at' noon today for tao
murder of Miss Emma Brown, a
school teacher, three years ago. The
Mexican government had the case car
ried to the United States supreme
court in a vain effort to save Marti
> tex. f): "i
National Democratic Committeeman ]
ot Kentucky at the Time,
(By Associated Press.)
New York, May lt.-rCoionel John C.
Colhouh Mayo, democratic national
committeeman from Kentucky, died
today at ? local hospital where he had
been ill since April 26. Colonel Mayo
was brought here tut treatment after
blood transfusion at Cincinnati had
' Clemson-Auburn Clame.
everything IS in readiness for tho
big contest ot the baseball season st
Clemson- The Auburn-Clemson games
will be played on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday of ibis week. These
gamea are the biggest -games ot the
Clemson circuit and the rivalry be
tween the two schools ls Intense. The
admission for these games- this year
ts lower than ever before, being soc
this time instead of the usual price of
SOc. A large crowd from Anderson in
tend to taits in these gsmes.
C. Foster Jones Has Severed Hts!
Connection With Pacific |
Mutual Company j
Anderson policy holders with th?
Pacific Mutual Insurance . Company j
yesterday received a letter from N.
W. Albert, cashier ot tbe company, ir.
which that official advised that C. j
Foster Jones, for some time ron re-1
sentative of the Pacific Company in
Anderson, had tendered hts r?signa
tion. The letter ssys that Mr. Jones I
hss been succeeded -y E. A. Marshall j
sad rcccss?S?H Mr. Marshall to tbe j
policy holders of the company.
Mr. Marshal: is located In the Evans j
building and will at once begin the
conduct cf the company's business in
that location.
Will Select Representatives For
.National Club Meeting At
Toronto. Canada
The annual meeting and buffet sup
per of the Anderson Ad Club will take
p.Mce next Tuesday evening at
o'clock on tlie nark grounds of North
Anderson. A. S. Farmer, the presi
dent of the club, hus given some sug
gestions as to thc program to be fol
lowed and this event will be enjoy
able and interesting. While thc af
fuir will be somewhat in the nature
of u social occasion, numerous busi
ness matters will be discussed and
At this meeting a delegation will be
selected to represent Anderson at the
annual convention of the Associated
'Advertising Clubs of America, vhlch
is to meet at Toronto, Canada June
W. L. BriBsey has represented the
Anderson Club at the last two meet
ings of the Association, first at Bal
timore and last year at Dallas, and
considerable interest surrounds the
[delegation to go from Anderson this
The supper which is ts ir? served
next Tuesday will be in charge of An
drew King and plans are being made
to have this an elaborate affair. The
officers of the local club plan to have
the park lighted by electricity for the
occasion and the scene will be a pret
ty one.
It is probable that every member of
the club will attend nest Tuesday.
- - - '
?*??rl??%? Wann? ^-? llf??T?V^h?Miii'1
vtsoetK .^Mf 'Jw?; w*j*i?Vnwy?n
Institutiua Delighted AQ Ot
AsdersonT* PA??L?
I Anderson experienced a rare de
light yeeterday when a most charm
ing body of young women from Due
West wera entertained -here* . i lAH'fold
j there -.vern isa yosng lady students
of the College for Women tc visit the
city and Included in the party were all
the instructors of the school with one
This city never hat? the opportunity
of entertaining a more cultured, re
fined and accomplished body of young
women than those making uv the par
ty ot visitors here yesterday and it
was said on every side that the viat
ors made a better appearance than
any other body ' ot college students
ever seen here. Svery one of the
visitors made an impression upon An
derson people arid rivery person meet
ing the young IP ates yesterday will
hope that they may* come again to.
Anderson sad spend another dsy here.
Tho special train bearing th? visi
tors arrived over ' the Piedmont and
Northern railway at 12:30 yesterday
afternoon, and while the train was
standing on tho square the entire stu
dent opdy gave a cheer for Anderson,
followed by a cheer for the College
fdr. Women. Right then they won the
hearts of Anderson people and -from
|hat moment on the town waa theirs.
Special street cars had been pro
vided for the young ladies by the
chamber of commerce and they were
carried free of charge to beautiful
North Anderson where the Rose Hill
club was thrown open to them. There
a dance waa held, beautiful music be
ing rendered by some of the Due West
people, following which a delightful
lunch was spread near the spring.
Fruits and candles were furnished,
with the compliments ot the Anderson
chamber of commerce together with
Coca-Cola and Chero-Cola, both fur
nished by the local bottling plants.
Following the conclusion of the
tusch the young ladies returned to the
city, the expense ot the return trip
on the street cars being defrayed by
the North Anderson Development Co.
When they reached the city the young
Indies separated and almost every
store In town was visited by some oz
the college girls. Numerous pur
chases were raadeon every hand and
than the visitors ny* thcssclvua up
to the pleasures of a complete in
spection trip. They went , all over the
eley, they looked at everything In sight
and they sll said that they were very
Well pleased with Anderson, that they
like "My Town** and that they were
coming again.
They took, their departure oh an
other special at 6 o'clock and lt Is
safe to say that every member ot the
party spent a pleasant day.
lt waa s genuine pleasure tv enter
tain the young latdes and If the col
lege authorities ever permit them to
come to Anderson again their welcome
upon the second visit Viii be even
more enthusiastic than lt waa yes
terday, if such a thing be possible.
Great Parade Will Take Place To
night and Record Crowds
Are Assured
(Dy Associated Press.)
Atlanta, May- ll.-Mingled thousands
toulght paid tribute hero to Mystic
Shrine. Through the streets of the
city, converted Into daxsllng lanes of
light, scores of patrols frota the" va
rious temples of the order -mude In
formal marches while countless hands
filled the air with muele.
80,<M>(> ShrineT Present.
It was estimated tonight that more
than thirty thousand ahrlnfera
.rr^te? for the annual meeting of
the Imperial council. Special trains
arrived throughout the day pouring
additional throngs into the maw of
the city in addition to the more than
sixteen thousand who had arrived yes
No business sesions of the ir .
council were held today. Ti ?. -
formal event of the day .waa a grand
reception and ball tonight in honor of
William W. Irvin, the imperial poten- .
tate, and his wire. Mr. Irwin arrived
early today from his home at Wheel
ing, W\ Va., escorted by the sbrlner
patrol from that elty. A salute of
twenty one guns was fired in bis hon
nance by Thornlands.
-Portions.ot the downtown streets
tonight were converted Into dftnclRg .
floors and thousands. participated lp
tbj* 'informal open atr daping. ' Six
beads'from the sbriners petrols were
detailed td,furnish inustc, Dancing
a*ntfajied until (Ar past midnight.
* ansit Wnodwp.B^ *_o?i^ *ejl?u-;f to
morrow a civic holiday here in hen??
or the shfiners. In the morning tbs
patrols ?cd bands will Wort the Im
perial potentate'from hit bedel'to the
place 'of meeting of the Imperial couh
C\l lit ni^ht *h?i"? ""iii tra cv pv?*??rc
of all visiting ?briners. Arrangements
have boon made to accommodate forty
thousand persons in the pageant, f
Selection of( a convention etty for
191$ ^decision on aonlieatiAss for nsw
temple*) and election ot a supreme
outer guard ar?; the chief mattera tn
come before the business sessions of
the imperial council. San Francisco
and 8eattle ara asking for the meeting
next year.
'*#wfi?*> ' -
Odd Fellows Elect*
Lynchburg May ll.-The grand en
campment Virginia Odd Fellows in an
nual session hore today elected officers
for next year as follows :
Grand Patrlarch^JTohn H. Seaborn,
of Roanoke.
Grand High Priest-W. C. Louhofa,
of Danville.
Grand Senior Warden-J, T. Hay
nes, of Richmond.
Grand" Scr?Vi?-E. M. Bunch], of
. ii rand Juion Warden-Charles D.
Fox, of Roanoke.
Grand Treasurer-George W. HljL
pf .Norfolk.
Representatives to the sovereign
grand lodge- E., E. H luckie, of ?ich
mondi and C. W, O'Mear. ot Roanoke.
The grand lodge of odd fellows and'
state rebekah assembly convene here
tomorrow, morning.
and Assistant S*Uci*d and
Work of Drift?* Witt Now
Go Forward
Those who are constitute Ander
son's two patrols of Boys Ifcuuts met
st the Anderson Y. M. Gi'A. ia?t
night for the purpose^ of affecting an
?rgaafttalloa and sajec^r* Mtcara
The Scouts were divided into two pa?
trois, known temporarily ag 1 ana. ?
sud the following officers were chos
en, with members assigned: No. 1
Patrol. David Lig?n, palio* leader;
Sam M. Greener, corporal; members,
John W. Robinson, Tom JMlf? Cal
houn Harris, Frank Wiihlte, Laughton
and James Paget. ,
No a Patrol, Tom Campbell, patrol
leader; Todd Barton. corpbrnL 3aem*
hers, Bertrum McCown, William Mar?
tin. Ernest Geer, Andrew Hood. Jim
mle Daniels, Montague F?*?sr.
Under direction ot F. M. Burastt,
secretary ot th? Anderson TV M. C.
a. the drill work will begin at once
?nd It is believed that the floonte will
tm trained in Scoutcraft ky ?ix
the reunion cornea on May $7. Th*
uniforms for the two patrols Stave al
ready been vordercd and Anderson's
routh? will make a hendi?me showing
ind will be of great, value ?hen the
Confederate veterans honor Anderson
sith their reunion.

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