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NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. ?. W??kly. l?tobU??e* 18?; Dal?* Jan. 18, !'./.<.
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ANDERSON, S. C.,
MORNING, MA\32, 1914.
PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR,
GERMANS BLOCK
RUSSIANS MOVE
OFFER STUBBORN OPPOSI
TION TO ADVANCE AT
UZCK PASS
HUNGARIANS
FEEL RELIEVED
V . ?? .,
English Government May Monop
olize Making and Sale Of
Beer.
LONDON, April 13.-The two
gateways into Hungary 3llH tremain
barred demite the tremendous Rus
sian hammering. A j Beskidpass is
the lt ns important of tjic two strate
gically, further advance Into Hungary
hangs un the possessen of the Cs7ck
l'a .s. where the invaders nre uiee s
with stubborn opposition.
Several day* ago thc Russians cap
tured a position which gave them
command of the road loading to th?
rear bf Uzsck PasB, bnt the Teutonic
allies have since Checked tho move
ment.
The importance of thc Carpathians
operations is Indicated by the half
hearted actions along the rest of the
long eastern front. People in the
dual monarchy are said to be greatly j
cheered by the number of German re
inforcements passing through Buda
pest enroute to the Carpathian front j
to 'take part In the operations v. Meh
are now believed to be in charge of
the Cerman general staff. The whole
eastern situation pivots on Uzsck
Pass, where the AiyUro-German
forces ure in such strength that the
efforts Of the Russians to reach the
Hungarian plaina ls likely to be pro
longed.
Probably n? session of the British
parliament since the opening of the
war has been awaited with keener
interest than the sitting which begins
tomorrow. A "dry" England, unknown
except for a period two years, one
hundred and fiftcy years ego, is not
beyond possibilities. The government
has given no official -hint regarding
what action may be expected. An op
position paper recently published a
forecast of the government plan,
which, it asserted, contemplated pro*
hlbition of all liquors, except ' light
beer, whtoh may be manufactured by
the government. These predictions
received some confirmation tonight
from a government organ, which de
clared, the entire business cf manu
facture and sale of alchollc liquors
will become a government monopoly.
TURKS HEAR GAZA BOMBARDED
PARIS. April 13.-A Statement is
sued by the ministry of marine to*
day, says that yesterday a battle ship
in connection with French seaplanes
bombarded an important Turkish en-'
campment ir* the neighborhood of
Gazr. } i
Tbe reports indicates the develop
ment of hostilities tn a new quarter.
Gasa ia in southern Palestine, near
the Egyptian frontier, two miles in
land from the Mediterranean and 48
miles southwest of Jerusalem.
Cfti?lM?OOP?
DISPENSARY SYSTEM
Commission From Saskatchewan
Visits Colombia to Investi
gate; System, m
COLUMBIA, April 18.--Tho province
of Saskatchewan In Ute dominion of
Canada has decided to adopt the dis
pensary aystem for thc handling of the
liquor business and on July 1 will
do away with the old bar room sys
tem ami put In the dispensary. .
They heard bf the South CarotI*i?
G. M. !.. and a commission from that
province, consisting of James Frank
lin Bole,' a member of the legislature,
und Dr. Edmund Henry Oliver, prin
cipal of the Presbyterian Theological
Seminary, at; Baswatoon, havo come
to Columbia lo make a study of ttae
dispensary system as lt is and was
known In this State. They presented
a letter to Governor Manning front
Governor Brown of Saskatchewan In
troducing them.
These gentlemen intend to Inter
view' Senator B. It. Tillman, Former
Attorney General J. Fraser Lyon, to
whom they will talk ta about the
"graft" of a dispensary system. Rev.
C. E. Burts, one ot the prohibition
leaders and Rsv. J.N L>. Barley, sec
retary of the Anti-Saloon League.
They- will tdk to others and read up
al they can find on the dispensera.
They expect to bc In the State a?rerai
days. m
DASH FOR SEA
COMMANDER REQUESTS PER
MISSION TO MAKE NEC
ESSARY REPAIRS
ENTERED PORT
LEAKING BADLY
Captain Saya Allies "May Not De
ter Us, Even If They Sink
U?." -
NEWPORT NEWS. April 13.-Com
mander ThlerfeldeV of the German
nverted cruiser Kronprinz Wilhelm
today made formal request to the
nlted States for time to remain here'
and repair his ship. The request was
forwarded to Washington sealed, ile
understood to have a3ked for. tcm
pcrory repairs only, which he esti
mated would require three weeks, al
though the command?'.- indicuted that
less than two would be required. lie
insisted that he intended to proceed
to sea despite the fact that allied war
ships are hovering off the Virginia
capes. Me said: "We got in and wo
can get out; the enemy snips mitat
not deter us even if they may sink
us.". .The general opinion prbvafls
that the vessel will intern.
RT'IMF ll ENTERED PORT
WORKING ALL HER PUMPS
NEWPORT NEWS, April 13.-Tho
st cain pumps, of the German auxil
iary'cruiser Kronprinz Wilhelm, in
port here, still were in operation to
day, while experts from the local
hipbullding yard resumed their ex
amination of the ship In; on.or to re
port to ber commander on the re
pairs necessary to make her sea
worthy.
As a result of the preliminary sur
vey lt was believed that Capt. Thier
felder Would indicate that at least
three weeks are necessary for the re
pairs. Evidence that the Wilhelm Is
leaking badly waa glVen by the con
tinuous wor kof her pumps and also
by the fact that tho ship Hes low in
the water respite her lack of cargo.
The customs officials and officers of
the United States navy in this port
accepted the declarations of Capt.
Thierfelder and Commander Thier
richens of the German cruiser Prinz
Eitel Friedlich, which was recently
interned, that there.were no wireles
interchanges between them after the
Eitel came to Newport News or white
the ships were operating in the South
Atlantic. Capt. Thierfelder explained
that be tried tc communicate with
the Eitel on the high sea?, but that
he had not been supplied with the
new German war code, whicb the El- \
tel'j officers had. The Eitcl's officers !
explained that they heard a ship call
ing them in the old code but believed
possession of thc abandoned German
code. I
. Men Released.
NEWPOFT NEWS, April 13 - The J
German commander discharged yes
terday officers and men of the British
ships Tamar and Colby whom he1
brought to this port and they were
tran.;furred to the British 'horVo
steamer Cassandra amid the plaudits
of their fellow-countrymen aboard
ships in the harbor. Last night they
left for England, all of them glad to
be alive and wondering how they
slipped through the warships of the*
allies off the Virginia Capes. That
the escape waa a mlracul? x one was
attested to by Capt/ Thierielder him- i
self in an Interview cn bis experience
In racing to this refuge from the
equator, after destroyng the Colby.
March 37 frat.
"We alerted north from the equator
short of coal and provisions," said
Capt. Thierielder aa he took a respite
from official busfnesa late in the day.
."Wo al BO had sick sailors aboard, af
flicted because of too moen rice diet
and lack of fresh vegetables. - "When
wo started north we hoped and had
planned to meet up with German sup
ply ships. Unfortunately for ua none
of the Bupply ships we expected turn
ed np. What became of them I do
not know, except we aaw from the
shelter of overhanging clouds one col
lier we had expected.being chased by
two British cruisers which fortunate
ly could not sight ua and-we made our
escape.
Y> ufortunately at?o on our trip
north through? the mid-Atlantic we
did not mest up with any more ships
fr JIU which we could -get. coal and
acme supplies. In this situation it
waa. necessary-for na to get to port
and also to a "dry dock and I picked
out Newport News as the place to
come.
Thompson Takes Oath.
CHICAGO. April 13.-Mayor-elect
Thompson took the oath of office to
day, tam, with a party of friends
left for Peoria, III., where they will
board a honae boat tomorrow morn
ing for a ten day trip down the Il
linois and Mississippi rivera. He will
?senme office Aprl 2d.
What Remains of Fort t'hniwik Kelessy and Allied Fleet Landing Troops.
This photograph tho first to arrive
in Hie United States, actually giving
war srene3 in the Dardanelles, whor^
there has been thc heavut fishtin^
over known to the navies of ?ho worlrt.
shows the great work the iiritlnh and
French vessels have don? there. Iii
tho foreground there ls what remain *
bf the once seemingly impregnable
Fort ('nanok .Keler?>' a* the entrance
of the Dardanelles. This Tort was hat
tered to pieces by the modern Kun-? of
the Heet, among them the sigh', flf
teen-lnch rifles of the Kunu Eliza
beth .
The war vessel.* In the dsUnt?t ate
landing marines on the p?ninsule of
Galipoli for rear attacks on (lie forts
further up the slnitts. ThU attach
has net Vet succeeded, end little has
been heard' of lt. Hut tiendrai
d'Auiarie In command of v iorce
which njay encounter the Turkish
army at any time, and thin fini the
fight Tor possession of-the forts'i?fd
ing to Constaiitlnoply'._.
DAIRY CAR IS
HEREJOOA?
CLEMSON COLLEGE PRE
PARES A TREAT FOR FAR.
MERS HERE
POULTRY EXHIBIT
Expert? Will Lecture On Dairying
and Poultry Raising and Give
Demonstrations.
The splendidly equipped "dairy In
struit -m car," Including r poultry
exhibit, which has been lent to Clem
son college by the Southern railway,
will be In Anderson today. ,
The car ls pcompanied by dairy
and poultry experta, and ls to mage
a ti.ur of towns and eitle? of this
cities of thia State. The cai* wll* <e
open for inspection and lectures will
bc given between the hours of lo
a. m. and noon and 2 and 4 o'clock
p. m.
Completely Equipped.
The car IJ splendidly equipped and
will bo accompanied by experts from
Clemson Col loge who will lecture and
give dalry d?monstrations and answer
questions pertaining to this subject?.
There will be practical demonstra
tion? in dalry equipments, handling
of milk and Ita products and butter
mnking, ns well ss lectures by dalry
experts;
fou ll ry* Exhibit.
Thia car will bc equipped with
model poultry appliances and the
pouttrymeu nf Clemson College will
be along to give practical, demonstra
tiens. 1 .
The coming of thia car is announced
in large- display posters which bavje
been sent out by Prof. W. W. tong,
State agent wit' director ot exten
sion work, with headquarters kt
Clemson College.
Ladies are specially invited to At
tend the lectures' and vic. the dem
onstrations.
farticular!.*/ Intetesiivg.
in view'of the fact that cream renie
work was recently started out of An
derson, and has met with such phe
nomenal success, the announcement of
coming of this car will doubtless
prove of particular Interest to a large
number of people of Anderson county,
s ui particularly those living along
this cream route.
Prof. D. W. Watkins, dairy export
of Clemson College, has been In the
city recently investigating the prac
ticability of starting up another cream
route here. He has been making a
survey of the situation with a view ot
establishing a ronlo that would start
in the city and go in the direction ot
Belton, by way of tbe Drake place.
The Schedule.
The schedule of the dalry instruc
tion car, aa published by Prot. Long,
is aa follows:
April 14, Wednesday, Anderson, 14
to 12 a. m. and 2:00 :o 4:00 p. m.
April 16.' Thursday, Walhalla, 10 to
12 a. m. and 1:30 to H:O0 p. m.
April 16, Friday, Westminster. 10 to
12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. tn,
April 17, Saturday. Liberty, 10 to
12 a. m.. and 2 to 4 p. m.
April 19, Monday, fias'ey, 10 to 12
a. m., ?nd 2 to 4 p. m.
April 20, Tuesday, Greenville, 10 to
12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m.
April 21, Wednesday, Pelter, 10 te
12 a. m., and 2 to 4 p. m.
April 22, Thursday. Campobello. jto
to 12 a. m., and 2 to 4 p. m.
April 23. Friday. Yorkvllle, 10:30 to
12:00 a. m., and 2:30, to 4:00 p.
m.
April 24, Saturday. Rock HUI. 10: on
to 12:00 a. m.. and 2:00 to 4:00 p. m.
The dairy instruction car will be
stationed on the tracks of tba Blue
nidge Railway near the old passenger
depot, on West Earle street.
???XECLWB~~T
IED PRISONERS
INE GUNS TURNED ON PARTY
MEN-WOMEN ARE
;ECUTED .
partmen? to furnish an array trans
port for those Americans at Tampico
who wish to return to the United
States. Three ' 'hundred Americais
bare filed requests for transportation,
hut ofiiciala belier,? tho nurnoo-- will
be Increased when the army transport,
with a capacity of 1.000 arrives et
the Mexican port. Threatened fa
mine, continuous fighting in the out
skirts of the city, and lank of work
have caused an exodus ot foreigners
from Tampco.
' Early Saturday morning a battle
took placo at Garza Valdez resulting
In our capturing three military trains,
five machine guns, a large quantity
of arms und ammunition and 160 pris
oners. The enemy lost about 135
killed, afterward completely scatter
ing and escaping to the Mountain? in
thin vicinity. Our losses.were twen
ty-two killed and thirty-two wounded
DR. SARGENT NOT TO
HEAD INSANE ASYLUM
IS NOT QUALIFIED UNDER
LAWS OF THE
STATE
_
MANNING TALKS
Picked Best Man For Place-Ov
erlooked Constitutional
Questions.
COLUMBIA, April 13.-Governor
Manning issued the following state
ment tonight:
"Several days ago I announced thc
appoiutment r.f Dr. George P. Sar
gent, of Maryland, as superintendent
of the State'Hospital for the Insane.
This action was taken after a care
ful consideration * and thorough
search in this and other States. I was
determined to get the be3t equipped
man for the position, one whose ex
perience, training and study fitted him
fer this special work.
"Since the appointment was an
nounced, the constitutional objection
has been raised that probably only a
qualified elector of this State v/as
eligible, and I am frank, to say that
the objection seems pjtent. In asking
Dr. Sargent to un 1er ta ke the super
intendency, I had in TV."md only the
welfare of the patients cf the insti
tuolon. I overlooked thii constitu
tional question; but I. stand fer the
constitution and the laws of our
State, both of which are my guide in
the conduct r.f the office I hold. ?
wish to say to the people of the SUte
that 1 have revoked the appointment
of Dr. Sart_3nt superintendent be
cause I respect thc constitution and
viii not even appear to debate it.
IREliClrfS IN
?ANZER-0SB0RNE CASE
Rae Tanxer, Attorneys and a De
tective Are Indicated By*
Grand Jury?
NEW YORK, April 1?.-Rae Tensor
and Maxwell and David Slade, her at
torneys in the brea sh of premise suit
she brought against James Osborne;
and Albert McCullough, a detective,
ware Indicted today by the federal
grand jury which investigated the
circumstances surrounding the diing
of the salt Miss Tanxer ls charged
with uetng the mails In an attempt to
defraud.
Slade and McCullough are -charged
with conspiracy.
Hated Editor Bea?.
KAN8A8 CITY, April 18.-William
Rockhill Nelson, editor of the Kansas
Caty Star died here early this morn
ing,
S. G. CODE OF LAWS
MAY NUT BE LEGAL
ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS
LEGISLATURE DID NOT
ACT ON CODE
NO COPY IS ON FILE
Printed Copies of 1912 Code Con
tains Many Li rors and Omis
sions.
COLUMBIA. 'April 13.--That tme
printed code of laws of South Caro
lina has not been declared by legis
lative enactment to be the laws and
Ira not the general statutory law of
the State, was the opinion expressed
this morning by Attorney General
Peoples. He says that the code of
Jaws as contained in the reports of
the code commissioner for the year
1911' and 1912 ls the general statutory
lawi of the State.
"Certain errors" says the attorney
general," have been noted In thc code
printed by the Michie company, .when
compared wth, the aew report of tho
code commissioners; said errors con
s'iting in porno instances in the
omission of certain statutes and acts
which were"included in the' reports of
the code commissioners^ other ' in
stances being a change in some of the
statutes as reported by the code com ,
missioners. - In -auch cases,* it is thc
opinion of this office that be code of
laws as contained in the reports of the
code commissioners for the "years 1911
and 1912, is the general statutory laws
of the State for these reports have
been BO declared, and the code printed
by the Michie company has not been
.so declared by legislative enactment."
The' opinion also declared that no
copy of the code waa attached to tin
act and that no copy la on file the
office of the secretary of State.
TO HONOR 1?RY
OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN
'
President Order? Offices Closed
and Flags at Half
Mast.
--
WASHINGTON. April 13.-Presi
dent Wilson tonight signed a execu
tive order providing that fitting. ob
servance be given the fiftieth anni
versary of the death <jf Abraham Lin
e?la, next Thursday. He stated this
was done aa a evidence of profound
affection of the American people for
Lincolns' memory. He ordered that
the executive officers cf the United
Statctf bc closed on '? that day and
that the National flag bo displayed
at half mast over all federal buildings,
forts and military posts, naval sta
tions and all United States vessels.
Owners and mantera of United Stales
Merchantships are requested to sim
ilarly display the American flss.
OFFICIALS INTERESTED
IN MEXICAN SITUATION
CALL ON CONSULAR AGENTS
FOR MORE DEFINITE IN
FORMATION
VILLA IS DEFEATED
Heavy Blow Inflicted By Carran
za Forces at Mata
moras.
! WASHINGTON. April 13.-The state
j department telegraphed its consular
I agents in thc vicinity of Celaya and
Irapute tonight for more deiinlte In
foimation concerning the military sit
uation. Interest in the outcome of the
impending battle between Villa ard
Obregon ls keen here as the question
of communications with Mexico City
from the border an-' theTOllef of many
Interior towns short of food I> at
stake.
. Early repoi ts fron: Conbular Agent
('mothers at Ville.d Headquarters said
the Villa forcer had withdrawn after
tho opening skirmishes. This is taken
generally to mean in otlici.il quarters,
that the Carranza claini3 of a victory
in the opening struggles.
BKITIHII PROTEST TO VILLA.
LONDON, April 13.-The foreign of
fice has instructed thc Hritish
charge d'affairs In Mexico City to
protest to Gen. Villa against the new
mining regulations which, were pro
mulgated by the Villa regine. Tho
foreign office took this action on the
receipt of advices from Ute charge
that the mining regulations in ques
tion amuntcd virtually to a confisca
tion of the foreign mining Interest.!.
HitOWNSVILLE, Texas. April 13.
In a sortie today the Carranza gar
rison defending Matamoroi Inflict,d a
heavy blow on the Villa anny besulg
ing the town.
General Navar.'n second In cunniund
of the Villa troops was'brought to
brownsville tonight dangerously
wounded, Tho Carranza consulate
here claimed the Villa dead numbered
at three hundred. The Sortie <l/ew
from tito Villa forces their long
promised shelling of Matamoroa. Tho
shelling stopped ?'hen the Carranza
garrison returned to the tranche; sad
tonight the firing IIUR ceased, willi
the position nf both armies practically
ancha 11 ?'?'ii
During the bombardment p'ght
shells passed over .Matamoros, four
dropped in the city but did little dam
age. None fell on the American Bide.
Prohibit lon 1st H at Ht: Paul.
CHCAOO, April 13.--The national
committee of the pi-ohlUMan party
announced that the nineteen sixteen
Prohibition Convention will bo held
at the twin cities. St. raul and Min
neapolis, July 19th.
. --,--'
Famous Doe*or Dies.
LONDON. April 13.-Dr. . Inou?s
Waldstein, well known as a patholo
gist, physician and author, is dei ?
hore. Dr. Waldsteln was born in
New York in 1853 abd practiced med
icine there for many years.
GOVERNMENT IO BACK
M1??MLIIAMS
ATTORNEY GENERAL EM
PLOYES BRANDIES TO
ASSIST
NO INVESTIGATION
Of Bank's Affairs Under Way By
The Department of Jus
tice.
WASHINGTON. April 13.-Devel
opments today Indicated that the
jovernmeut intends to. support Sec
retary of the Treasury McAdoo and
Comptroller of Currency Williams in
the legal fight precipitated by ?be
Riggs National Bank to enjoin these
oiTlclals from alleged attempts to
drive that institution out of business
through systematic, long continued
persecution.
Attorney General Gregory announc
ed .tonight that the department - of
Justice had employed Louis D.
H ramleh; to defend Williams and .Mc
Adoo in the injunction proceedings.
Gregory declared his department and
the treasury department are co-oper
ating these proceedings. It waa denied
that the department of Justce had
undertaken an investigation of the
afTairs of the Riggs bank.
Lawyers discussed the question ot
whether the comptroller had exoeed
ed his powers in certain' acts of
which the bank complains. It was
maintains.! that for the sake of a pre
cedent to be established this alone
would be suflic'ent to insure a ,strong
def'nie by the government. It seema
prohabla that the case will go to the
supreme court as both sides are ap
parently preparing to fight to ths
end. ,
CARRANZA ME
THREE HUNDE
PERSONALLY ORDERED MACH
OF SURRENDERING
ALSO EX
I.AIBDO, April 1.1.-Information
from Carranza officers and soldiers at
Nouvolaredo. Mexico, indicate that
three hundred of the Villa troops
who surrendered after yesterday's
battle at Matamoros were summarily
executed by Carranza forces. It waa
also reported that . number of wo
men cam^ followers were executed.
. reported that tho Carrana'^
general ordered machine guns on a
party of surrendering Villa soldiers,
resulting n the killing of seventy
six in a '<> -dy. Another Carranza offi
cer is credited in the killing
ocr ls credited with having killed one
hundred and t wenty .prisoners with
machine guns.
BEY AN ASKH FOR TRANSPORT
TO BR"NtV AMERICANS HOKE
WASHINGTON, April 13.- Secre
tary Bryan today asked the war de

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