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REENTERS GAME
|| OF POLITICS WITH ZI>1
: -A.
esurrected From Supreme Bench,
^Republican Candidate Returns to
W .Arena With Apparent iieii^ni.
New York, June 12.?Charles K. j
Wf Hughes reentered politics today, ap-j
parently with abundant zest. He j
reached New York early in the day, i
established temporay headquarters at,
an upt.cwn hotel and virtually held!
open house until nearly midnight, j
Scores of persons on various missions J
flocked to his rooms, mostly, men who J
* 3iac! known him in the days when he '
-is campaigning for governor of New !
York. Th^re also were several party :
' leaders among his callers.
~Mr. Hughes issued no statement to- j
day and expects to issue none until j
^ lie is fonn?Hy notified of his nomina-j
tion. The subcommittee to confer with
W him as to fixing a date for the cere^
mony probably will wait on him in
a few days and until then, it is understood,
he will allow his telegram to
Chairman Harding of the Republican
national convention to stand as his
declaration of principles.
Although the nominee's plans still!
are -undetermined as to (virtually all i
the details of the campaign, it is like- j
. ly that he will remain in New York i
I until June 20, when he expects to attend
a reunion of the class of 'SI of
Brown university at Providence, JR. I.,
He probably will remain there for the
commencement exercises the next day.
"Du- time it is believed his plans,
? so far as they concern his summer
residence and the chief details of his
campaign, will have assumed a more
settled status.
Has Changed Wonderfully,
k To those who knew the nominee as
a supreme court justice, there was
a marked change in his bearing today.
His air of studious reserve apparentlv
left him with the robes of his of
V *
See. His eye sparkled with enjoyment,
he had a hearty hand grasp and
a smile for every man he met, and
seemed enthusiastic in his welcome of
old friends who came to see him.
T&ey came in crowds. One man,
an old schoolmate "who used to call
him Charley," dropped in after an absence
of nearly 40 years. Another
who said he had not seen him for 15
years waited an hour in his anteroom
to remind the nominee of the days
when he taught a Bible class in the
Fiftfr Avenue Baptist church here, of
which the caller was a member; "the
class," he said, "that John D. Rockefeller,
Jr., taught afterward."
. Robert Fuller, who was his secre'
tary when Hughes was governor,
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! are unusually appealing,
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A j wear-out toughness,
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per.t afternoon helping li
reive c^K->rs; and Maj. Crosse: ^ j
was his mi" ary aide in 1910, lished
himsi t* at th^ door of i * is- j
i;er office. T: u he door h."r< i
marched a .~t< !> i;.o of vi^ <n>.
Among these w' o allod were I: ,M.r>
\V. Taft. Sr.it > ( 'iman Tanner oi
New York, Go rge \7. Wickersham |
v.ho quickly denied a report thr: hoi
hu.1 been to Oyster Bay to enlist !
Roosevelt's aid in the campa^i?
Horber Parson, national committee
man from New York; Samuel Fenig,
New York Republican leader; William
A. Day, president of r\e Equi-.
table Life Assurance society, and S.
S. McClure".
Some Food fi>r T'.oiifflit. |
Although felicitations were numer-j
cus there also was sericus considera- J
tion of campaign pla is. The chief j
affairs requiring tho nominee's im-j
mediate attention are the selection of
headquarters and deeding on a summer
headquarters for himself. Several
party leaders submitted suggestions
on all three subjects, all of which
took under consideration.
The nominee had nothing to say as
to whether he had received a communication
Mil Oyster Bay.
Party * seemed to agree that
the cau N n vould be started early.
i\Ir. Par aid that in his opinion
the campaign already was on. "It
strted Saturday." he said, "when Mr.
Hughes sent his telegram to Chair
man Harding."
The campaign in New York city is
to be opened this week, Mr. Koenigl
said. I
How the Progressives will vote; {
whether Col. Roosevelt will support
Mr. Hughes; whether the colonel will
take the stump for him; to what ex-*
* - "1 *V?/v DunorpiiCeH'O tf)
xeni. laiiuit; ui. mc iivglwa..v
support Hughes would affect the election?these
and kindred topics were
the suibject of much speculation od
the part of Republican leaders.
Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the
Stomacn and Intestines, lAiuto-Intoxication,
Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis
and other fatal ailments result from
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ere up our new \
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M V A Lil^r M?t m-r v w. ? ? ?
States will give series of 3
Columbia University, N.
president of the N. E. A.,
Story Teller's League, Gei
(and many others.
COURSE OF STUDY,
needs of: (1) Superintend
marv and Grade Teacher
(credits.
FACULTY.?A large fa
leaders of education in th
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lectures on the Montessor
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"OX LEAVE FROM HELL"
Man Home From Verdun Describes
| Horrors of Great Battle.
New York World.
"1 have just left Verdun, hut I feel
as if I had obtained a leave of absence
from hell," was the statement
tnHnv hv William -H. . Walker
LUttU\^ w%,
of Bingham, Mass. Walker has been
in France for a year, serving as an
ambulance driver for the American i
ambulance hospital.
"What I saw is almost indescribable,"
he said. "The nearest hospital
was 50 miles from the front. iWe
would approach the firing line in our
ambulances and wait there during
artillery bombardments, which lasted
! for days. You can imagine what that i
rv.oQnt?r\ne pnntinnous roar o? shells, j
"Then the bombardments wouldj
suddenly stop and there would be j
periods of awful silence. We of the
ambulance corps would say to one
another, 'Is this war, or what it is?'
During the periods of terrible silence !
we would be sent out to gather up j
the wounded, of whom there were :
hundreds.
- "The losses at Verdun are almost I
inconceivable. Of regiments sent io
Hia frrvnt thoro wnrlrf he onlf hand
tu\; XI UiH V ,. v v
fuls of survivors. I expect to go j
back, but when my leave of absence j
has expired I will feel as if I were i
returning to the infernal regions.''
A MEBRCILESS JUDGE
One Who Shows No Fa?or
A merciless judge is father Time, j
Before him the wreak a:d the wanting i
go to the wall. Only the truth can
stand For years the following statement
from a Newberry resident has
withstood this sternest of all test.
David A. Rivers, ice dealer, Route
No. 5, 44 Mill House, Newberry, says:
"My Kidneys were out of order and
the kidney secretions were unnatural
and contained sediment. iMy back
ached and I had severe pains across
my sides. I finally began taking Doan's
Kidney Pills and they mdae me feel
much better in every way.*'
(Statement given March 21, 1911.)
A Lasting Cure.
On November 20, 1914, Mr. Rivers
said: 'fThe cure Doan's Kidney Pills
brought me has been permanent."
50e, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y.
HUGHES STANDS FOR
FOR AMERICANISM
! Declares He is for the Undiluted
Brand.
New York, June 13.?Charles E.
'Hughes today defined his attitude toword
-German-American support as
i one of "undiluted Americanism." In
:
j the first statement issued since his
arpp.rvtance of the Republican nomi
nation for president he said:
"I stated my position very clearly
in my telegram to the convention.
My attitude is one of undiluted Amer
I icanism and anybody that supports
me is supporting an out and out
American and an out and out Amerii
can policy, absolutely nothing else."
THE HERALD AND NEWS ONE
YEAR FOR Sr.50.
f
i i iir* .1
nooi, wintnrc
k Hill, South Carolii
June 13 to July 21, 1916.
?Some of the most famous e
ectures. Professors McMurr
Y.. Commissioner Kendall, o
Editor of the Journal of Educi
leral Secretary of the Religiou,
\
-Full courses of study will be
ents and Principals (2) High S
s (4) Rural School Teachers (5
Lculty has been secured, coi
is and other States.
?Model School Problems, Kin
i methods. County Boards of
efSU in fnrrA for all teachers \*
OliUI iU - w
d take the final examination,
ts, Out-of-door Plays, Musical
11 y Conducted Excursions. La
imintr PooL Larze Athletic f
^ O "* " 7 W
Accommodations Unexcelled,
iformation write for Summer S
D. B. JOHNSON,
Tftm T Avt/?!i T)paH
t 1W ! ? J.VIU JUV<?vu ? .
Columbia, June 11.?The Rev. Thomas
H. 'Leitch, formerly superintendent
of the Oliver Gospel mission,
died suddenly at a Columbia hospital
last night about 10:30 o'clock.
For 30 years Mr. Leitch has been
an evangelist of the (Methodist Epis
copal church and in that capacity has
been throughout (Sbuth Carolina and
in many sections of the United States
from iNew York to Denver and in the
South.
Mr. Leitch, who became editor of
The Way and Faith about a year ago,
T?ov .T^mps M Pate. (
s u v-^ccuiug, . ??
was born in London, England, in 1S50.
He came to America at the age of.
3 years and up until three years ago i
had spent a large part of his life in j
Charleston. He there became a local j
preacher in the Methodist church and |
was not connected directly with the j
conference.
Mr. Leitcn is survived by his wife, f
two daughters, Misses Jennie and j
Maybelle Leitch, all of Columbia; a |
son, T. W. 'Leitcn in uie l uueu owic^ ,
navy, and two sons in Charleston.
W. W. and R. M. Leitch.
Mr. Leitch and Ms family lived at
the Oliver Gospel mission, of which
he was the active superintendent on
coming to Columbia. He has continued
his connection with the mission
since assuming the duties of j
editor of The Way and Faith a week-1
ly religious paper published in Conritv,
Qr) international circu
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