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TO ARREST FELDER IF
PASSES THROUGH STATE
THROUGH SOUTH CAROLINA NEAREST
ROUTE TO BALTIMORE.
Governor Blease Says He Will Issue
Instructions to Sheriffs to Keep
Look-Out for Hiin.
Columbia, June 4.?Governor Blease j
siated today that he would shortly instruct
the sheriff of Greenville and
Spartanburg counties to arrest Thom
as B. Felaer, the Atlanta attorney
"who has won such a name in this
State and who is charged with con*
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spiracy and attempt to Dnoe an official
of this State, as he passes through
this State on his way from Atlanta to
Baltimore, en route to the national
Democratic convention. He further
stated that if Felder should be ar- |
rested in Baltimore he would issue a |
requisition on the governor of Mary- |
land for his return to this State. Mr.
Felder is a delegate at large from J
Georgia to the Baltimore convention. !
In going from Atlanta to Baltimore
Mr. Felder will almost certainly have j
to pass through South Carolina. He !
will in so doing either use a Southern J
train stopping at both Spartanburg
and Greenville, or else he will take a
Seaboard Air Line train passing j
through Abbeville, Greenwood and'
$200 Reward for Felder.
There are rewards outstanding for j
the arrest of Felder in this State
amounting to $200 and there are three
warrants for his arrest in this State,
said Governor Blease Tuesday, these
being held by officials of as many
counties. There is one warrant for
Tiif. ownet in fho Vionflc fhp <5hpriff
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of Lexington county. A warrant for
his arrest in the hands of a magistrate
of Newberry county and there is also
one in the hands of a magistrate in j
Richland county. These warrants |
charge Felder with conspiracy to defraud
the State of South Carolina and
with attempting to bribe a State offi-1
cial. The whole is the outgrowth of j
the affairs of the old State dispensary.
Wonld Issue Requisition.
Governor Blease further stated that
if some detective in Baltimore should ;
desire to get the $200 reward and i
should arrest Felder he would issue a
requisition on the governor of Maryland
for his return to this State. He j
said he wanted to see the charges j
against Felder thrashed out and to
this end he would do all in his power ,
to have him brought back to South
Carolina and made to face a jury.
The Atlanta Journal of Wednesday,!
Mr. Felder was out of the city Tuesday
and it was impossible to secure j
from him a statement concerning the J
determination of Governor Blease, of
South Carolina, to have him (Felder)
arrested and taken from the train
while he is en route to Baltimore with
the Georgia delegation.
At Mr. Felder's office it was report-;
ed that he was in Chicago and would j
be absent from the city for several1
days. It is stated that Mr. Felder has j
made many trips east since Governor j
Blease got after him, but that he always
journeys via Chattanooga.
Columbia Rest Room.
All visitors arriving in Columbia j
will be attracted by the new sign to |
be bung Saturday in the waiting room j
of the union station, worded as follows:
"Woman's Building Rest Room, 1211
Lady Lady street. Visitors Welcome.
Bundles Checked Free. Information
Mothers of the graduates of the colleges
and university who will be in
the city to attend the commencements I
are given a special welcome to visit;
the rest room which they will find a
quiet retreat, conveniently located
just one-half block off 31ain street,
next door to the Woman's Exchange.
Quite a number of Columbia college
girls and members of the college faculty
have made use of the rest room
recently, and many Columbians visit
it frequently. One woman who says
she visits the room every day, so if
she recorded her name each time it
would be found on every page.
No charges are made for the use of
the rest room. Everything offered
is absolutely free. Of course, however,
voluntary contributions of money
or articles really needed will be
gratefully received. One of the visitors
at the room this week was anxious
to know if there was not a box
somewhere to receive contributions
frwrvi vicitrirc Sllio Mc <">f fTlO<;P
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she said, to whom it would be a pleasure
to express gratitude in some practical
Sow is the time to subscrib to The
Herald and >'ews, $1.50 a year.
SPLENDID ADDRESS BY
DR. HOWARD LEE JONES
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1.)
day and watched its refreshing effects j
upon the people of that great city who j
passed through it. A person worth j
while in this world, he said, ought to j
be a good deal like this little park, j
Here should come those weary to rest
in the shadow of their personality,
and there should be those who would
take fresh courage from the fountain j
of their faith, to take up t'ae burdens
of life, to go on stronger and better
equipped for the responsibilities of
All this, he A, spelled out the j
latter nart of the text: "Keep sweet <
and in good health, and outlive your j
competitors." "That means you will!
live long. Oh, yes, we all ought to j
live longer than we do. I have never j
died often, but I think most of us !
ought to live longer than we do. If
we could weed the worry out of our
lives, and have strong, robust bodies,
we would all live longer. We would
outlive our compeuiurs. meie wuuiu >
be no use in doing mean, violent
things to your enemies; you would
just wait for them to die; and have
the whole thing to yourselves. You <
live longer; and, then, you live broad
lives. You will outlive your competitors
because of the breadth of your
1_ T ~ (rivo vmi
SOULS. 1 dUl gUIllfe W %7 w *-* vv J
tions for a broad life. Take the old
motto, "Put yourself in his place."
The secret of living is the ability to
be aljle to put yourself in the other i
man's place?and your enemies fur- '
nish you the best gymnasium to work j
in. It is the great redemptive princi- j
pie of life. Oh, learn, then, to put j
yourself in the other fellow's place, j
and you have learned one of the great |
secrets of life, that will broaden your,
life, and you will outlive your com- j,
petitors because of the breadth of your j
life. And you will outlive your com- !
nf tho rlPTlth r>f VOllT '
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life, too. Once get that great principle j
in your mind, and your life is found-1
ed upon that which is deep and last- i
ing and eternal; you have harmonized i
your life with that which is heavenly, j
"And one other thing is this; that
you will outlive your competitors because
of the height of your life.
"Now, as you go forth, may I begj
of you that you shan't join the world's i
whinners; that you shan't join those j
who say, Everybody is against me, I
everybody is down on poor little me, j
luck is all against me. No, no; you have j
got enmities and competitors in the |
world to bring out your best fighting :
strength; you have got hard, rough cir-'
cumstances. to meet in order that you
may get sinew of soul and strength
"This I beheld, or dreamed it in aj
dream: A cloud of dust hung o'er a!
i- j |
plain, ana unaerneaui uie ciuuu, or iu |
it, raged a furious fight. And men I
yelled, and swords flashed on swords j
and shields. A prince's banner stag-!
gered, faltered, staggered backward,!
hemmed with foes. A craven hung j
upon the battle's edge, and said, "Had j
I a sword of keener steel?that blue
blade that tfre king's son has?but this
blunt thing!"?he turned and flung it
from his hand, and, lowering, crept
away and left the field. Then came |
the king's sofa, wounded, sore dis-j
tressed, and weaponless. He spied
this broken sword, hilt buried in the |
dry and trodden soil, and ran and;
caught it up, and raised afresh his j
battle cry once more, and hewed his ;
enemies down, and saved a great cause
that heroic day."
TAFT GETS OHIO'S "BIG SIX." j
Roosevelt Forces Beaten in State Con-1
vention?Report Endorsing Colonel
Columbus. Ohio, June 4.?Ohio's Re-j
publican State convention awarded I
President Taft the six delegates at1
large to the national convention by a !
vote of 390 1-2 to 362 1-2. The State;
ticket will be chosen at the adjourned j
session, which was called for July 2. j
President Taft's strength in the j
convention was plainly evident as soon j
as the meeting had been called to or- j
der. In the first test of strength, a i
roll call on the minority report en-;
dorsing CoL Roosevelt, the delegates j
voted 393 1-2 for Taft and 359 1-2 for
"The action of today's convention
clearly shows that the Republicans
still have confidence in President Taft
and the result of the State convention j
will go far in determining the vote at
the Chicago convention," said L. C.
Laylin, Taft's Ohio campaign manager.
Senator Burton, chairman of the convention,
refused to make any state- j
"If the Roosevelt men in the convention
had been permitted to vote
for themselves, it would have been impossible
for the convention to have
misrepresented the Republicans of j
a glass or c
It makes one think o
and wholesome and at
jl ling, teeming with p
m your soda fountain old
m fcap 0ur ,nev
m rree teiiing
nooga, for the ash
Demand the Genuin
Wheneve^^L THE COCA-C<
you see an atlanta, <
Arrow think 2-J
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Ohio," said Walter F. Brown, the
Roosevelt manager. A charge of 13
votes would have reversed the result
and given effect to the popular verdict
of the primaries."
The result of the convention today
gives President Taft 14 of Ohio's 48
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and Col. Roosevelt 34.
CONXOR WILL ESTER RACE.
Orangeburg' Man to Run for Governor
"If Health Perm its.''
Orangeburg, June 4.?Today's issue
of the Orangeburg Sun carries the
following concerning the candidacy
for governor of the Hon. L. S. Connor,
former State senator from this county:
Much interest has been manifested
all over the State in the candidacy of
the Hon. L. S. Connor for governor,
and when the editor of the Sun was in
Columbia in attendance upon the State
convention he was asked by a number
of persons, on both Jones side and
the Blease side, as to whether Mr.xConnor
really intended to run.
When the announcement of his candidacy
was first made, Mr. Connor
qualified his tatement by saying that
he would run "if his health would
Yesterday, Mr. Connor was in Or
aiigeuurg auu u?e eunur 01 me ouu
asked him if he really intended to become
a candidate for governor, and
his reply was: "I most certainly will
be a candidate if my health does not
fail me before the campaign opens."
Though Mr. Connor said he did not
feel entirely well, he looked very
much to us like a hale and hearty man.
He said further: "I expect to be at
the first State campaign meeting, and
will tell the people some things that
neither of the two present candidates
have yet touched on, What these matters
are I will not discuss now, but
when I go on the stump I will give
them to the people."
He said that Judge Jones, in giving
up the chief justiceship to go after the
governorship, reminded him of the
dog in Aesop's fable. The dog had a
bone in his mouth, and looking into a
pool of water, saw his own reflection
with the bone. Dropping his bone, he
dived for the reflection in the water.
Jones, he said; had lost the substance
to go after the shadow.
Mr. Connor intends to make an aggressive
campaign and from his talk
yesterday it will be realized after the
first campaign meeting that he is in
the race to stay and will make a fight
to win. He is one of the largest and
most progressive farmers in this county,
and has always been prominent in
public affairs, having served in both
branches of the legislature as a representative
of this county. He was
also for several years one of the county
commissioners. He has always been
looked upon as a man of high ideals,
backed by good common sense.
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SCHOLARSHIP A Mi ENTRANCE
The examination for the award ol
vacant scholarships in Winthrop College
and for the admission of nevi
students will be held at the Countj
Court House on Friday, July 5, at S
a. m. Applicants must be not less thai
15 years of age. When scholarships
are vacant after July 5 they will be
awarded to those making the highesl
average at this examination, providec
they meet the conditions governing the
award. Applicants for scholarships
should write to President Johnson before
the examination for Scholarshii
Scholarships are worth $100 anc
free tuition. The next session wil
open September 18, 1912. For furthei
information and catalogue, address
President D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill
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public outcry, in the town of Whit
mire, S. C., on the 5th day of June
1912, the personal property seized b:
me as Sheriff on the 17th day of Feb
ruary, 1912, in Claim and Deliver;
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- A free tuition scholarship to each
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Expenses reasonable. Terms and
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Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
will make final settlement of
the estate of Elizabeth Schumpert iiv
the Probate Court of Newberry County,
South Carolina, on June 15, 1912,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and will
immediately thereafter apply for a.
final discharge as executor. All persons
holding claims against said estates
will present the same, proved according
to law, and all persons indebted tor?
said estate will make settlement forthwith.
J. A. FOY,
T AM! TX7I 11 T/icitiA.
CjACTJUIV/1 UJL UiC JLiOOl vt ill OOIXL a vww?r
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