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MISTRIAL FOR PATTY ARBUCKLE
Snid that Eleven Members of Jury
Favored (?iving ulm Freedom.
A dispatch from San Francisco, of
date Dec. 4, which wo were unable
to publish last week, contained tho
following information regarding tho
trial of Roscoe ("Fatty") Arbuckle,
the film star comedian, who waa on
trial on tho charge of manslaughter:
Mistrial in Arbuckle Case.
After forty-one hours of delibera- ?
tion the jury, composed of seven mon
and five women, which tried Roscoe j
Arbuckle on a charge of manslaugh
ter in connection with tho death of
Virginia Rappe, was discharged when 1
lt was unable to agree upon a ver- J
diet.
The jury was brought Into court
at its own request at noon, reported
a disagreement and askod that lt be
discharged.
There wore two Jurors who voted
for conviction, according to August
Fiitze, foreman of the jury.
District Attorney Brady said that
Arbuckle had boen given a fair trial,
and ho complimented tho Jurors who j
held out for conviction as having
"courage and conviction." He was
not in court when tho jury reported.
"1 had hoped the jury would reach
an agreement," ho said. "I confident
ly expected a verdict of guilty upon
the evidence presented. In my opin
ion, the disagreement does not vin
dicate Roscoe Arbuckle. A vindica
tion would come after a quick, unan
imous verdict. It was my duty to
present tho facts to tho Jury. This 1
have done, though opposed by great
wealth, power and Influence,"
Tho members of tho Jury looked
haggard and worn when they filed
into the little court room, over which
a deep hush had settled, and took
their seats. The foreman Informed
tho court that "lt ls physically and
morally Impossible for us to roach a
verdict." At tho request of the court
he announced tho final ballot divi
sion.
Arbuckle Makes Statement.
"While this, through tho techni
calities of the law, ls not a legal ac
quittal, morally lt is such," Arbuckle
said, in discussing tho jury's inabil
ity to agroo.
"The undisputed ?(nd uncontrn
dictod testimony established that my
only connection with tho sad affair
was ono of merciful sorvlco, and the
fact that ordinary human kindness
should have brought upon mo this
tragedy has seemed a cruel wroi,?,"
his statement continued.
"I have sought to bring Joy and
gladness and merriment into the
world, and why thia great misfor
tune should have fallen upon me 's
a mystery that only God can, and
will, some day reveal."
After stating that he rested his
cause in "divine Justice and tho con
fidence of the fairness of tho Ameri
can people," 'Arbuckle concluded his
statement with tho declaration that
"no act of mine ever has, and I pro
mise that no act of mine ever shall,
cause them to regret their faith in
mo."
Arbucklo's defense was that ho
was assisting Miss Rappe through a
period of illness, caused, according
to the defense contentions, by an in
ternal disorder, at the tim? he is al
leged by tho prosecution to have in
jured her. Tho prosecution held that
tho injury resulted from an attempt
by Arbuckle to attack the actress.
CALOMBA USERS
TAKE AWFUL RISK.
Very Next Dose of Treacherous Drug
May Start Terrible Salivation.
The next dose of calomel you take
may salivate you. It may shock your
liver or start bono necrosis. Calomol
is dangerous. It \t> mercury, quick
silver. It crashes into sour bile Uko
dynamite, cramping and sickening
you. Calomel attacks the bones and
should never bo put into your system.
If you foci bilious, headachy, con
stipated, and all knocked out, Just go
to your druggist and got a bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tono for a fow cents,
which is a harmless vegetahlo substi
tute for dangerous calomol. Take a
spoonful, and if lt doesn't start your
livor and straighten you up better
and quicker than nasty calomol, and
without, making you sick, you Just go
hack and get your money.
Don't take calomol! It cannot bo
trusted any moro than a leopard or
a wild-cat. Take Dodson's Liver Tone
which straightens you right up and
makes you feel fino. No salts neces
sary. Give it to tho children because
it is perfectly harmless and cannot
salivate.-adv.
The Standard Alibi.
(From Lifo.)
Tho Secretary: "This speech may
got you Into trouble."
Tho Honorable: "Thou you had
bettor preparo a Statement saying
that I was misquoted by tho news
papers."
Whon a modern Zulu sneezes he
calls on his ancestral spirit.
Is Christ a Fallible
Teacher?
By REV. LEW W. GOSNELL
A nina tant Dean, Moody Bibi?
Institute, Chicago,
TEXT.-But of that day ur.u hour know*
oth no .man, no, not the annuls which aro
In heaven, neither tho bon but the Fa
ther.-Mark 13:32.
Our fathers would have been
aiunzed to hour uny Christian leader
rejected in tuc light of Increasing
knowledge. It ls asserted that even lu
tho sprltual realm, our Lord was not
m infallible teacher. Ills assertions
iis to Old Testament history and au
thorship are rejected by many, and
moro recently Ills teaching as to the
future, ^specially the matter of His
return, liss been discorded.
Our text ls adduced In support of
this attitude, and lt behooves us to con
sider these words of Christ's careful
ly. lt ls not to be disputed that Christ
here disclaimed knowledge as to the
day and hour of Ills coming. True,
all the resources of His divine nature
were open to His mind, but for cer
tain mysterious purposes, Ile was con
tent to be Ignorant of this one thing
In the days of Ills humiliation. This
admission of Christ, however, does not
Justify Uie Inference drawn from lt
that He ls not n reliable teacher.
First of all, this very confession of
ignorance on one point contains an
implicit claim of supernatural knowl
edge. A mere man would not need to
Inform us that ho did not know the
day or hour of the Lord's coming; we
would take that for granted. The fact
that Christ must so Inform us, sug
gests at once that He was above man.
Again, notice the explicit claim
Christ makes for Himself. Prof.
James Stalker puts it tims : "Four
planes of being and of tue knowledge
are specified-that of man, that of
angels, that of Himself, and that of
God. Evidently the Son was above,
not only man, but angels, and If lt ls
confessed that He ls ignorunt of any
thing, this is mentioned as a matter
of surprise."
An Amazing Assertion.
.. Moreover, what more man ls compe
tent to tell us anything about the
knowledge or ignorunce of the augels?
But the Son of Mun calmly announces
that of that day and hour no angel
knows. Verily, this passage In which
Christ confesses ignorance assures us,
at the same time, of Immen curable In
sight on His part.
Finally, on this point of which He
confesses His Ignorance, Christ never
assayed to teach. He bids us watch,
because wo know not tho day nor the
hour, and Informs the disciples that
the Father hath kept the times and
seasons within own power. This
very resorve begets in us a confidence
that wo may rely Implicitly on any
positive teaching Jesus gives about
things present, things past, or things
to come. It has been aptly said:
"Christ knew whae He knew, and
never made positive affirmations un
less He was sure of the correctness of
what Ho said." How amazing it ls
that any man will charge our Lord
with ignorance on any point upon
which He claims knowledge 1
Let no child of God be disturbed
by learned talk as to the Ignorance of
our Lord. True, when He came Into
the world, He emptied Himself (Phil.
2:7 R. V.). But <he fact that as tho
words imply, the emptying was volun
tary, assures us that He was not so
emptied ns to be no longer able to
teach us whom He came to teach and
to save. It has been well said that
a man who should go to Africa to
teach the natives, hut who would con
fess he was not competent to give In
struction, would cense to be regarded
as a benefactor and would appear,
rather, as an Impostor. But our Lord
Is the Truth.
One Having Authority.
In all His positive teaching, Christ
speaks as one having authority, and
not as the scribes of the earth. Ho
confidently lifted tho veil from the un
seen world, In the parable of Lazarus,
calmly announced to the Sndducees
tho conditions which will obtain In the
resurrection. Think of such a declara
tion as Ile makes In Matthew 11:27:
"All things are delivered unto me of
my Father; and no man knoweth the
Son, but the Father; neither knoweth
nny man tho Father, save the Son, ?nd
he to whomsoever the Son will reveal
him."
It will sulllce, In closing, to give lils
own assurance as to His 'caching. In
John 12:40, f>0, He says: "For I have
not spoken of myself; but the Father
which sent me, He gave me a com
mandment, what I should say, and
what I should speak. And I know that
Ills commandment ls life everlasting;
whatsoever I speak, therefore, even
ns the Father said unto me, so I
i speak." And nt tho very closo of nis
ministry, in His hlgh-prlcstly prnyor,
He declares to tho Father, concerning
Ills disciples, "I hnvo given unto them
the words which Thou gavest me."
-John 17:8.
rulse a question
as to our Lord's
t rust worthiness
ns a teacher. To
day, however, we
are assured from
Christian pulpits
and i.icologlcul
chairs that Jesus
was a child of
Hs tlni?s, hold
ing many opin
is His ?lay, but now
.?nt waa LOOKS a sro am LKAPS BUIUK
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wasn't used at first,
be bothering with tl
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make all replacemei
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THE SM I TH -CH A'M BLE E WEDDING j
Young .Man from Anderson Takes
an Oconeo Bride.
(Anderson Tribune.)
A beautiful wedding was solemn-j
ized Wednesday, Nov. 30th, at high j
noon, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ;
J. S. Smith, near Westminster, whoa 1
their daughter, Bessie Bell, became
the wife of Roger Jackson Cham- !
blee, of Anderson. Rev. J. A. Rob- j
inson, pastor of the bride, performed
the ceremony.
The bride was becomingly gowned
in a handsome brown coat suit, with
hat, veil and other accessories Lo
match, and carried a lovely bouquet
of white carnations, lilies of the val
ley and maidenhair fern.
The entire home was lovely for
the occasion, a profusion of ivy and
ferns, roses and chrysanthemums be
ing'used throughout. Mesdames R.
H. iMceV W... H. Bolt and T. U. Mitch
ell received the guests at the door.
The living room, where the pres
ents wenp displayed, wa,? rich in
vines and ferns, and the soft glow of
lights made a protty scene.
The dining room was in pink and
green. On the dining table was a
lovely centerpiece and a vaso hold
ing pink roses. The green vinos and
roses were banked on the mantel and
other corners of the room.
Tho ceremony was performed in
the parlor. This room was green and
white. Decorations had been placed
over the doors, windows and man
tel. At one end of the room an artis
tic altar was improvised. Tho col
umns rose to form an arch. The al
tar was hanked with ferns and softly
lighted by many candles set in tall,
branching candlesticks.
Tho wedding march was played by
Miss Fannie Stevenson, of Anderdon
Collogo, assisted by Miss Euna Ste
venson, of Donalds. To the oft
strains of tho Br'dal Chorus from
Lohengrin, little Misses Margaret
Mitchell and Irene Shirley entered
flrrt, wearing dainty dresses and
bearing the white ribbons which
formed an aisle for the approach of
the bradai pair, who entered to
gether.
After the ceremony the guests
were invited Into the dining room,
! whoro a salad and sweet course was
I served. Those who served in tho din
ing room wore Misses Willie Sue
Boleman, Oatha Davis, Ruth Eskow,
Susie Price and Ola Ritchie.
The bri(fe and groom loft immedi
' atoly, amid a shower of rico and best
j wishes, for a short trip by automo
j bile.
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keep in mind that
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repairing; liie lov/er
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The bride is a young woman pos
sessed of a kindly disposition, and
was a student of Anderson Collegs,
while the groom is a young man of
many business Qualities, and ls a
graduate of Hailey Military School.
Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Chambloo will be at
homo lo their friends in Anderson at
an early date.
if?
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hi lunation of Aay Kind
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and the results were entirely satisfactory.
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MEXICAN
MUSTANG
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Tho Internal Feminine.
(Houston Post.)
A little boy, the youngest member
of a largo family, was takon to soo
his married sistor's now baby. Ho
seemed moro Interested In tho con
tonts of tho baby's baskot than lu
tho baby, and, nftor examining tho
pretty tritios, picked up a powder
puff. Much surprised nt his discov
ery, and looking rather shocked, ho
said: "Isn't sho rather young for
tba*, sort of thing?"
Subscribe for The Courier. (Best)
MATERIAL
ind Doors
and Cement
ils
OF PAINTS
irett Hdw Co.
Headquarters -Walhalla.
YOUR PEAS,
TURKEYS, GUINEAS,
CHICKENS AN? EGGS,
-AND (JET TUE CASH.
M. G. Holland,
WESTMINSTER, S. O. -ID*
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All persona indebtod to tho Es
tato of W. A. HOLLAND, Decoased,
are horeby notified to make pay
ment to tho undersigned, and all
poisons having claims against said
estate will present tho saiv-o, duly at
tested, within the timo proscribed by
law, or bo barred.
MRS. EUNICE B. HOLLAND.
Executrix of tho Estate of W. A. Hol
land, Docoasod.
Nov. 23, 1921. 47-50
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
All persons aro hereby not i lied not
to trespass upon any lands belonging
to or under the control of tho under
signed. This notico spociilcally pro
hibits hunting or any entry upon tho
said lands for any purpose whatso
ever without first having rocoived
written permission from party whoso
land ls entered. Pull penalty of tho
law will bo Invoked against any ono
disregarding this notice
E. E. VERN ER,
P. H. BURNS,
C. L. VERNER.
Nov. 30, 1021. 48-51
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All persons indebtod to tho Estate
of Mrs. Mary .1. -Fowler, Decoased, are
hereby notified to moko payment
to tho undersigned, and all persona
having claims against said Estate
will present the same, duly attested,
within the timo proscribed by law.
or be barred.
MRS. MARGARET O. FLETCHER,
Administratrix, with Will Annexed,
Estate of Mrs. Mary J. Fowler, De
coased.
Nov. 30, 1921. ' 48-51
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.
'In the District Court of the United
States-For tho Western District
of South CarolinaEM BANK
RUPTCY.
In tho Matter of A DOER' M. ALEX
ANDER, Bankrupt.
To tho Creditors of Adgor M. Alex
ander, ot Westminster, in the
County of Oconee and District
aforesaid, a Bankrupt:
NOTICE is hereby given that on
tho second day of December, A. D.
1921, tho said Adgor M. Alexander
was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and
thu! the first meeting of his creditors
will ho held in tho offlco of W. J.
Stribling, Esq., in Walhalla, S. C.,
on tho sixteenth day of December, A.
D. 1921, at 11.30 o'clock in tho fore
noon, at which time the said credi
tors may attend, provo their claims,
examine tho bankrupt, and transact
such other business as may properly
como beforo said meeting.
C. E. COOLEY,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Anderson, S. C., December 6, 1021.
Doc. 7, 1921. 49-50
Special Cut Price Sale
ON SHOES, DRY GOODS AND NO
TIONS UNTIL .JAN. 1, 1022.
Ons, 25 cent* gallon.
5, IO, 15, 20 und 25-cont Counters.
During this Salo
Men's and Ladles' Hose 10c. pair.
Coates' Thread, 150 yards, 5c per
spool.
Will pay $2.0O per bushel for good
sound Running Pens; $1.50 for tho
Bunch Varieties.
Plenty of "Santa Claus"-Fire
crackers, etc.
Reginning FRIDAY, DEC. 0, 1021,
will Imve a Special Price on GRO
CERIES also,
COME TO
ff M.
WALHALLA, ROUTE Si.
P.S.-Also Special Prices on Tailor
Marie Clothing--50O samples to se
lect from. I represent two tailoring
companies. 5 2
Typhus Fever Sweeping Russia.
A dispatch from Moscow ways:
Typhus fovor is swooping Russia
willi Incroasing violence, especially
in tho Odessa, Baku, Turkestan and
Volga regions, where famine is espe
cially severo. There are moro than
2,000 typhus cases in tho hospitals
of Moscow alono. Dr. Henry Bceuw
kes, medical director for tho Ameri
can relief administration, declared
tho rate of death from tho epidemic
would be very high, duo to tho weak
oncd condition of the starving peas
ants.
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms havo an en
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and asa
rule, there ls moro or 1 ess stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
larly for two or three weeks will enrich tho blood,
improvo the digestion, and act as a gcncralStrcngth
ming Tonic to the wholo system. Nature wilI thea
throw off or dispel the worms, and theChltd wlllbo
io perfect health. Pleasant to take. eOoperbotde.
Monkeys havo boon trained to
count to flvo,

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