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PROGRAM FOR THE
In Most of the Events the Place of
Honor Has Been Reserved
to the Veterans.
Mr. E. B. Clark, chairman of the
committee of the chamber of con
inerce which has cliarge of tle prep
arations of the Confederate reunion
irQ Columbia May 7-9, has completed
the detailed program. It is as follows:
Tuesday, May 7.
11 a. m.-Presentation of Gen.
Johnson lay-good's portrait at Co
12 in. to 5 p, m.--Band music on
Main street. I
5 P. in. to 7 p. m.--eception to 1
sponsors at. Metropolitan elb.
S p. in. to 10 p. Im.-oCileert on s
capitol grounis by Columbia Brass
8.30 p. in.-Columhia theatre.
Wednesday, May 8.
9.30 a. m.--Assemly of all who will 1i
occupy seats on the stage at the Co
lumbia theatre. This will include all u
specially invited guests. the mayor a
and aldermen of the etty of Colum- tj
bin, participants in the program, mem- n
bers of the reunion executive and re- b
ception committees and the auxiliary a
Executive Committee of ladies, the Ih
commander of the army of Northern f,
Virginia and staff. commander of the
state division and staff brigade com
nanders. commander of the state di- ti
vision, sons of veterans and staff;
president of the state organization
of Daughters of the Confederacy, and ti
the department, division, brigade and
regimental sponsors of the U. C. V.
10 a. m.-Opening exercises of the
annual reunion of the state (ivision, j
United Confederate veterans, the
program being as follows:
Overture. Clumbia orchestra; dox
ology, assembly called to order
Capt. W. D. Starling, commander of
Camp lam1pton; opening prayer, Ber.
Dr. J. W. Flinn; addiress of welcome
on behialf of tlie city of Columhia,
lHon T. HI. (ihe)s; music, Columbia
(srehestra: address of welcome on be
half of the Columbia chamber of
commerce, Gen. Wilie Jones, presi
dent; music, Columbia orchestra; ad
dres of welcome on behalf of Camp e
Maxey Gregg, U. S. C. V., lion. Por
ter MeMaster, comlmander; music, s
Columbia orchestra; address of wel
come on behalf of Camp Hampton,
Col. '. 1?. Brooks; music, Columbia _
orchestra; address of welcome to the
Confederate veterans by his excel
lenev, Hon. M. F. Ansel, governor of a
Soult Carolina; response on behalf
of the South Carolina division,, U. C. 1I
V., by General Thomas W. Car-wile;
music. Columbia orchestra; reunion
formally opened; ceremonial tribute
of respect to thle Con federate dead
hv t the aeinblv : presenta:t ioni of
('cnl i :i -ll 'nda adeIi rill-ment. lIb.
lumbiai theatre: visit ofI childreni of
the city schools. .
4.301 p. mU.- tuisi ness session. il
S p. n.--Presentalt in ofi~ sponisors pI
at (''hInhia l:thate blioni. Geor'e ti
Beill TI'inunerman:m music. ('unhiia ii
orch str:. repo. on bf haf thei'i cv a
. Io-- nna s mbe o
5. i'. i.-.\ intial 'ete'ran's para0mle, ti
hm(ade(d lby mmiliiary anid I lower child- ri
ren1. 1,Ai'Pinn iarch firom po'stotliee ib
to state louse-.I
5.30, p. mi.- lIecepItion to the ('on
Le<lerate. veter'.ms hiv thme ladies and
ehmihblrenm of (',hniali oni lie capbitol
S 1. mi.---liiiionm assemlel(s fur
8.30 p. m.--.:x perien ce meet i ng.
9. p. m.--Conifederate war tableau i
and camp scenes, ''Auld Lang Syne''f
10. p. m.-Anunual reunion balt ats
WHAT THE SOUTH NEEDS.
Summary of the Report of Mr. P. H. s
Gadsdon to Mayor Rhett on 1
From the excellently prepared re-t
port of Mr. Philip Gadsdcn made last
Saturday to Mayor Rhett on Tmmi- t
gration after his visit to B3remen andt
conference with offneials of the North
German Llyod 's Steamship Company
as one of a committee of three, ap- 1:
p)ointed by the South Carolina Branchn
of the Southern Industrial and Im- v
migration Association. amid. as th
special representative of the City of
Charleston, which was published in
The News and Courier in full, The
Review is pleased to take the follow
.Ig extract given below by Mr. Gads
len as a summary of the whole re
)ort, after going over the situation
arefully inquqiring into eonditions
ind acq(uainting himself thoroughly
Vith everything bearing on the pro
lein of securing innigrants.
Mr. Gadsden recommends:
1. That the duty is devolved upon
lie people of the south, if they desire
:11ropean imiigrants, to use every
ffort to satisfy them after they have
2. That. for a very considerable
>eriod the pasage of each and every
imigrant will have to be prepaid.
3. That until such time as the wage
cale of the south approtAhes more t
early that obtaining through the
ortlh and west it is hopeless to ex
ect white laborers to come to the (
outh in perference to the north.
4. That our attitude throughout the t
uth to the white laborer will have I
be materially altered before we can e
xpeet to have the immigrant satis- i
ed to remain as a loborer with us. I
5. That we have been proceeding
pto this time on a purely artificial
nd unnatural plan in reference to I
uls subject of immigration; that 1
owhere has it ever been possible to 1
ring in the laborer first, and that t
11 successful inunigration movements a
ave been started by the settler and I
Illowed by the laborer.
6. That an etfort should be made to
iterest the business and think men
iroughout the ent.ire south from now
n1 in a combination of oftort on the
ics of colonization, preferably, I
link in one company, but not neces
irily so. If such a company can be
rganized within a reasonable time on
roper lines and wtih sufficient cap
al. I believe it will ultimately work
ut the salvation of the south so far
s the labor question is concerned.
nd is. I believe. the only practicable
lethod of aecoiplishling that end.
The above is the best endorsement
hat oranized labor in this esetion
f tle countirY has ever received.
Eveiralde and labor union in tle
it h 'uht to copy the above and
ave it framed and hung upon their
Paraphas 3 and 4 should be print
I in letters of gold
Boiled down, Mr. Gadsden's report
The south wants white labor and
Is willing to pay to bring them here
Is paying les wages than the north
nId west, and
Treats white laborers no better
ian In legroes.
Mr. Gadsden recommends:
The wage scale of the south be
To'i treat thle whi te laborer better.
To sat isyv immmiirantms so they will
'r l.iu'. mion aiil lltinhers to
M '. t railsd en 's rej iii sayvs ini fact
whtite' laborer is treated no bet ter'
an a neii!ro in the south and is ex
-et ed to wo rk under thle same condi
ins anmd for' thle same waves as thle
ervl(wiich ini somie cases is as low
'ent? a lay al ni t j 'eri)aii
n ant : lt I ' i . ill holimunty,
bi l't.,bb-ni ofI the Chlar'lestonm
da!l:ted Stret liailway (as
h *I.et ch- ( 'npi atny and known to
V1 n 1u V b n iIbt and power' ini bothi
ot's coutld he said in subhstan
at ioni and( sunporitt oif Mr. Gadsden's
p rt~ It thIirows Ilight ton w'hat w~as
i e dark beifore and bringa us to
1e properI'i pilace and view.
ye-:ver trmadie andl lbor orgaiza
oni in lie south itugh~lt to send Mr'.
adsdlen residlut ions of. comimenda
oin anid thanks.
Th'le Wasinigton lTeraldl is much
hirbied at thle decision of thle enb
let olieials. M'. Shaw ruled that !
rog's legs were dresseid poultry and
ow Mr'. Cortelyou rules that trog ~
kins ar'e leather, and The IIerald
pants a further investigation into
lie genus fiog.
"My spear' know~s no b)rother,'
nys Presiident Rloosevelt. This should
e fair warning to Taft.--Nashiville
When they look at the standing of
lie other c'lub)s the Augusta players
iay be able to find consolation in
he fact that it is easier to fall than
The hiissinig of Mrs. Donald McLean
'y the D., A. 11. pi'oves that women
re1 entitled to vote whenever they
'au. t. Tey act more like politi
J. W. WHITE
TOTICE rOR APPLLIOATION I
APPOINTMENT OF PUBLI
Notice is hereby given that a P
ion to t1he Court of Common PI
'or the puipose of appointing
rudge of Probate for Newbe
'ounty, guardiatni of the estates
lertha Lee Hendrix. James H. EI
trix, Lide E. Hendrix and Lillie B(
Iendrix, minors, has been filed. '
states of said minors consists of th
u(erests itii the lands of Thomas
fendrix, deecased, and Mrs. M.
lendrix, which lands have been s
mider partition proceedings. '
roc4eds of said sale are now in
i1is of the Master for Newbe
ounty. The value of each estate
lie said minors is about $250.00. T
.pplication is made on account
he fact that no fit, competent v
esponsible person can be fouid v
3 willing to assume such guardi
Blease & Dominick,
Attorneys for Petitioner
lewberry, S. C.. April 5, 1907.
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Gloves at 25c. to $,
Mitts at 25c. to $E
Mask 25c. to $4
Shoes $2.50 t<
To stop short at Th
~reat interest to Base
Remember my stoc]
said Up Capital -
surplus and Individu
Tor protection of der
-I. C. MOSELEY, President.
V. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
Better a conservative nti
eturn when wanted, than a
bout the principal.
A National Bank is a safe]i
rakes it so. Likewise our I
f prudent conservative main
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R. L. Luther.
M. A. Carlisle.
J. H. Hunter.
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Ve allow 4 per cent.
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Good Things to E
ON SHORT NOTICE AND
e Oe AT MODERATE PRI
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Style.. Fish, Game, Steak, in
Everything that the market aff
Patronage of Ladies Solicited
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Next Door to Pool Room.
ti- LOOK FOR THE SIGN
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(if of payments on a Piano or Orga
Ild If you buy either instrument throuj
11,us, you get a standard make, oi
ho hat wil last a life-time. Write
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COLUMBIA, S. C.,
For Catalogues, Terms, Etc.
t results from your m(
their hands. I have
tse Ball Goods.
d Toe Plates.
he best made, 5c. to $1.2
5 c. to $1.00.
3 Book Store will be
< of Post Cards is coi
rity, S. C.
- - - $25,00O
al Profits $5,000
;ies . $25,000
M. A. CARLISLE, Vice-Presidt
CEO. JOHNSTONE, Attorney.
sre'st on your deposit with its e
ligh rate and a feeling of do
)eposit. Government supervis
3oard of Directors is a guaran
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r. JnO. B. Fellers.
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er annum in our Savin,
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P. S.--A few "BC
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stantial prosperity. Steady streg
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no danger to your cash as it is p
interests are always taken into co
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If not a customer of ours why
Come to see us anyway.
THE BANK OF
5. C. Y. Hunter, President.
J. S. Wheeler, Vice-President.
aefromest you ver
wa you prefel
buy a better co
I .any price.a nt
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S owner*jf Rejt
. nice, stylish
ons still left.
o wait go You.
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lace in this Bank where it is
When left with us there is
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