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U. D. C. CONVENTION.
Delegates to the Meeting to 'Be Hel'
in Newberry on November 30,
Miss Mary B. Poppen'hein.
Mrs. S. H. Smythe.
Mrs W. B. Burney.
Mrs. James Connor.
Mrs;. C. C. Featherstone.
Mis Isabelle Martin.
Mrs. August Kohn.
Mrs. Julia B. Campbell.
Mrs. Thomas W.. Keitt.
Mrs. J. -C. Davis.
Mrs. L. M. Gasque.
Mrs. T. H. Dreher.
Mrs. M. J. Perry.
Mrs. Harriet P. Lynch.
Mrs. C. E. 'Graham.
Mrs. W. H. Fowler.
Mrs. Lucy Thompson.
Greenwood-Mrs. Li*ilian Alexan
der, Mrs. Kate M. Co-nnor, Miss
Prosperity-Miss Gertrude Bobb.
Miss Efle Hawkins.
Kingstree-Miss H len St. Clair
S;:. Geurge-Mrs. J. Otey Reed.
Johnston-Mrs. Peter Epp,, Miss
Abbeville-Mrs. L. L. Miller, Mrs.
C. C. Gambrell.
Anderson-Mrs. J. E. Breazeale,
Mrs. Grace Cochran, Miss Nelle
Cochran, Miss Bessie Simpson, Mrs.
H. H. Watkis, Mrs. J. R. Van
diver, Mrs. R. T. Long.
Due West-Miss Lola Bell.
Aiken-Mrs. M. E. Seigler, Mrs
P. A. Emanuel, Miss A. Atkinson.
Florence-Mrs. E. J. Burch, Mrs.
Pendleton-Miss Emma Sitton.
Chesterfield-Miss Pearl Dueas.
St. Matthews-Mrs. Leoidas Cain,
Miss Sadie Bates.
Ridge Spring-Miss M. E. Carwile,
Miss Chloe NichelsoA.
Darlington-Mrs. W. H. Evanb
Mrs. C. T. Millings, Miss Edna Dar
Lancaster-Mrs. M. R. McCardell,
'Miss Maude Gregory.
Camden-Mrs. E. E. Sill, Mrs.
John Cantey, Miss Louise Nettles.
Union-Mrs. F. N. Farr, Mrs. V.
- E. Depass.
Blakstoek-Mrs. Sam Mobley.
Clinton-Mrs. P. McD. Kennedy,
Mrs. W. D). Copeland.
Georgetown-Mrs. J. Walter Doar,
Mrs. E. M. Doar, Miss Nannie Beatty.
Colunbia-Mrs. Claude Giradeau,
Mrs. J. W. Bunch, Miss I. D. Mar
tin, Miss Alice Earle.
Cheraw-Mies Etta Powe.
Greenville-Miss Long, Mrs. Tra
pier Hayne, Mrs. Jno. J. McSwain.
Laurens-Mrs. R. B. Bell, Mrs.' J.
0. C. Fleming.
Edgefield-Mrs. Holstein, Mrs. C.
James Island-Mrs. Allison Law
ton, Mrs. Sandiford Bee.
Jonesville-Mrs. U. B. Eison, Mrs.
Hayes Webber, Mrs. J. L. MeWhir
Chester-Mrs. Edward Guy, Miss
Marion-Mrs. W. J. Montgomery,
Miss Theodosia Jones..
Orangeburg-Miss Mary McMi
ehael, Miss Marion Salley, Mrs. E.
R. Paulling, Mrs. Tohn Cart, Mrs. R,
Sumter-Mrs. J. M. Knight, Miss
Clemson College-Mrs. Redfearn.]
Batesburg-Mrs. Fred Cullum. 1
Yorkville-Mrs. W. G. White,
Mrs. W. B. Wylie.
Saluda-Miss Lue-iie Wise.]
R.ock Hill, (Winthrop College)
Miss Mary Wall, Miss Martha Riv
ers, Miss-Rut'h Coleman.]
Bishopvilie-Miss Carrie Parrott.
'Cross Hill-Miss Theresa Davn
Capital $50,000- -
No Matter How Small,
- Athe men and4 t
Will print list of delegates from
chapters not heard from at later
Mrs. James McIntosh.
Chairman Hospitality Committee.
STATE BOARD FOR CHARITIES
Conference Decides On Important
Step.-A Committee is Ap
Coluibia State, 20th.
At the State convention on chari
ties and correction it was decided
yesterday to ask the legislature to
establish a State board of charities.
This board would be a bureau of in
formation, according to the plans of
the convention. Such a board would
have no control over penal institu
tions but would have the power of
publicity, by which means it is hoped
much- good can be accomplished for
the charges of the State and the
At the session of the convention
yesterday the mat.ter was urged by
Joseph A. McCullough of Greenville
and a committee was appointed to
bring the subject to the attehtion of
the general assembly at its next ses
sion. The following is the commit
;ee named: Joseph A. McCullough,
W. 2. Harrison and L. 0 Patterson.
The following officers were elected
for the convention: Rev. A. T. Jam
ison, Greenwood, president; Prof. D.
D. Wailace, Spartanburg, vice presi
dent; Mrs. C. D. Stanley, Columbia,
secretary; Walter B. Wilbur, Esq.,
Charleston, .t,reasurer. These officers
with Joseph A. McCullough, Green
ville, the Rev. Howard Lee Jones of
Charieston and Deaconess Martha T.
Gadsden of Yorkville constitute the
The conference will meet at Flor
eike next November. The committee
consisting of Prof. D. D. Wallace,
Miss E. McClintock land G. L. Em
mons, named this city for the next
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