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A.PPOINTME"TS FOR REUI0O.
General C. I. Walker Names Sponsor
and Attendants-Sta:i Officers
Brigadier General J. Fuller Lyon
;:- aulgated Friday, as adjutant gen
eral and chief of staff, an order by
Lieutenant General C. Irvine Walker,
commanding, in respect to the parti
cipation of the Army of Northern Vir
ginia department in the 1911 reunion
of the United Confederate Veterans,
to be held May 16-IS in Little Rock.
Sponsors and Attendants.
Sponsors for the department are
designated by General Walker's or
der. ::s follows: Sponsor, Miss Rawls
Wadleigh, Petersburg; maids of hon
or. Miss Bessie Lamb, Richmond, and
Miss Juliette Opie Tabb, Parkersburg,
W. Va.; matron of honor, Mrs. Mary
Stark Fowler, Little Rock.
The following staff officers are ap
pointed: Col. William Gilmore Simms,
Barnwell, inspector general; Lieut.
Col. D. W. McLaurin, Columbia; aide;
Lieut. Col. C. M. Calhoun, Greenwood,
aide; Lieut. Col. Edmund Bacon, Co
lumbia, aide; Lieut. Col. W. B. Hor
ner, Chesterfield county, Va., aide;
Major Eugene Polk, Little Rock, aide.
Major Polk will carry the colors of
the department in the reunion parade.
General Walker's Order.
General Walker's order, as publish
ed Friday by General Lyon, is as fol
Headquarters, Army of Northern Vir
ginia Department, U. C. V., Char!e;
ton, S. C., April 7, 1911.
General Order No. 4:
1. The annual reunion of the United
Confederate Veterans for 1911 will be
held at Little Rock, A.ranis, May
16-17-18. The department . mand- l
er urges all his comra, s -:ho can
possibly .do so to attend t'is great
-gathering of the survivo's of the in
mortal armies of the Con ?deracy.
Apart from the supreme satisfaction
of clasping the haid r or our dtvoted
comrades and of showing an undying
devotion to the prin.iplez f,r which
we fought there-is a still stronger rea
son for this "gatherin r of the clans."
*The truth of hi-story largely depends
'on our bold assertion of the right
eousness of our great cause and prov
ing to the world that we, were pat
riots--not traitors. If we nie'ekly sub
mit to the villifications of our ene
mies, we' will deserve all that we will
receive. But by gathering in strength
-and boldly asserting and maintaining
-the justice of the cause for which we
fought, we will create the opinion that
men who for 50 years still earnestly
-believe in the rightebusness of their
struggle for constitutional liberty,I
must have been right. A hand-full
making such assertions will be in-'
effective, but a grea.t and numerous
assegnblage declaring it, must more
dargely make a deep and lasting im
pression. Then let as many of the
Army of Northern Virginia depart
-ment as possible raliraround the bat-j
-tle scarred .cross of the Confederacy
--not alas, to carry it in victory, but
to maintain its sacredness and the
truth it represents in defeat. I
2. It gives the commander great:
pleasure to announce that the follow
jing ladies, all of Confederate lineage,
-will rep resen-t the department for
Sponsor. .Mrs. Frances Rawls Wad
Teigh, P?tersburg, Va.; maid of honor,
Miss Be~ssie Lamb, Richmond, Va.;
maid of honor, Miss JTuliette Opie
Tabb, Parkers.burg, W. V.: matron of
honor, Mrs. Mary Stark Fowler, Lit
tie Rock, Ark.
3. Co!. Homer Atkinson, assistant
-. -djutant general, is detailed to look
after the ladies named in paragraph
2. and will see that they have every
pleasure and honor their distinguished
- position entitles them to.
4. The following officers are hereby
- appointed on the staff of the depart
*ment, A. N. V., and will be obeyed and
Col. Win. Gilmore Simms, Barn
'well. S. C.. inspector general; Lt. Col.
D. W. McLaurin, Dillon, S. C., aide;
Lt. Col. C. M. Calhoun, Greenwood,
S. C.. aide: Lt. Col. Edmund Bacon,Co
lumbia. S. C.. aide: Lt. Col. W. B. Hor
nr-r, Chesterfield county, Va., aide;
*Major Eugene Polk, Little Rock, Ark.,
- 3. Major Polk is appointed to carry
-tre department colors on -the reunion
By order of
T.ieut. Gen. C. Irvine *Walker,
JT. Fuller Lyon,
Adit. Gen. Chief of Staff..
Col. S. E. Welch, of Aiken, adjutant
general and chief of staff of the Unit
e-i Confederate Veterans, South Caro
Ila division, has issued, by direction:
of the division comnmnder. Major
General B. H. Teague, of Aiken, an
offcial circular, giving considerable
g'on.ral information about the Little
Rek reunion, as follows:
These are the besi
on the market. !k
satisfied. Call ani
We have just received a
we are selling at bargain j
coming. ,Our Flour stO<
ro All Confederate Veterans of South
Dear Comrades: The general reun
on of the U. C. V. will be held in Lit
je Rock, Ark., May 16, 17, 18, 1911.
The usual rates will1 be'published
y the railroi.d companies and tickets
ili be on sale at the various offices
ay 13, 14, 15, good to return May 23,
~nd June 14, upon a deposit of '<>0
The offic.ials special train fromi
outh Carolina will leave Charleston
~.20 a. in. May 14; Branchville, 4.55
. mn.; Columbia, 7.05 e. in.; Spartan
urg, 10.30 ::. mn.; cc nnecting with
ther trains at Spartanburg and Sen
ca. Through Pullman car service
~an be had fromn Spartanburg.
The committee on arrangements in
ittle Rock will provide quarters in
ents for all ex-Confederates who ex
ect free entertain.ment;. All desiring
o avail themselves of this privilege
aust notify the adjutant of their re
~pective camps, who ir. turn will no- |H
ify W. M. Kavanaugh, Esq., chairman
f the executive committee, Little
ock, Ark., giving the names of those
~rom camps of which they are .mem
ers- This is the only free entertain
ment provided for veterans.
Sponsprs, maids and imatrons of
Eonor will be entertained collectively
.t social functions, but will have to
ay their own hotel bills. A carriage
ill be provided for the State sponsor,
er maid and matron of honor for the
The South. Carolina division headl
tuarters will be in the old capitol
uilding in Little Rock, where vet
rans from our State are requested to
Rooms can be obtained from 75:
:ents to $1 per day up, the iniu:n """"""
ates where four or more occupy on e
oom accommodations on b>Vh Amrur
can and European pla:i
Information as to board can be 'oh
taned by addressing C. 'A. Pratt,
hairman conmmittee On h>td acc'om
rodatio.ns, or Durand Whippie, chair
man committee on lodgiorg and &ating,
ther than hotels, both at Little Rack,
The time and Ilace for the State re- V
nion will be announced later. S. E.
Welch, adjutant general and chief of
staff; B. H. Teague, major general. -At
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