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SPAJWSh WAR MEN ,
Perfect State Organization?Gen,'
Wili? Janes Naraed as Commander
A temporary state organization cfj
the South Carolina veteran? of the'
Spanish-American wr.r %vas effected :
lafit night at a meeting cf 5S former!
Spanish war soldiers at the Colum?
bia Y. M. C. A. Gen. Wylie Jones. I
chairman of the board of directors of j
the Palmetto National bank of Co
lumbia, "was named eommander-in-1
chief of the state organization, which '
will be later af??iated with the nation-.
al organization of the United Span-;
ish War Veterans, as the department j
of South Carolina.
Other officers named were: F. C. i
z Black of Columbia, state adjutant.!
and Dr. F. M. D urban: of Columbia.!
The constitution of the national
organization requires the official representation
of at least four iocu\
camps at a regular convention to o.-ganize
a permanent state department
of the United Spanish W.ir Veteran?
and at the meeting lart nirrh: only
three of the four camps "in the siutv
were represented. 1: :? .he pit: po.-?
of the present snte ore: ;ita:on .
facilitate and cncourag* *ro ovz*n
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ce jrou would exrn
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nd Variety Store
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ization of other local camps and at
some ktei date to call a state convention
to ?vov:de for the merging of
the temporary association affiliated
with the national organization.
Four Camps ActiveThe
four local camps already in
operation in the s- Jte are located at
Columbia, Charleston, Abbeville and
Spartanburg- Spartanburg was the
only c:i:r.r> which wss not rperesented
it the irsthering iast night, while var:eu?
other counties in the state, in
which there are ro local camps, were
represented. Tr.ese veterans irom
the unorganized counties will be asked
to fo rrr the local c a nips and so
spread ihe organization throughout
The: purposes of the state organisation.
se: forth by various extemporaneous
speakers last night, v.ill be
the aiciing 01 needy veterans and veteran-'
widows in the securing of pensions.
the perpetuat-ing ?f the friendships
and association- of the war and
the securing for rho Spanish war veteran:
of the state the p.vper recognition
of the'service. "There are
sr?u Vv- v.:do v- i.ntf xany veterans in
-a." 'v.;- . cd the pensions giviv
the 'eminent," General
this state can make
I i: - duty . -? ihat the-e needy ped
. so > :v. : ' > ned c? the pensions
; -.! 1 tfc.* versions secured for thorn.*'
Our religion is mea
illes usually know us a
put our "company mi
Does your religion 1
pain and the struggle <
We can be religious
church religion would
less believers attend i
support. Can we cou;
Come to church ne?
Jao. C. Gogg&ns. Jr. , W.
is ME Eoi
All of our drinks are mad
Sugar Syrups, and bottled ir
plant in sterilized bottles.
Newberry, S. C.
a shipment of Holmes <
every day there is nom
from ?8 for a 26-pieee
Vase3, Candle Sticks, I
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Dr. P. M. Durham cited the in&tence
of a blind veteran of the Spanish
war who had r.ot yet received a cent
from the government. G. (/alien Sul-'
jlivan of Anderson pointed out that !
! the Spanish war veterans were pe-'
jci'Jiarly situated and were all too of-'
'ten forgotten, '"sandwiched beween
! two great wars.'' While Mac-Beth
! Young of Union also thought there j
! was a tendency upon the part of the'
. people to forget the services done by i
: the vetei&ns of the Spanish-Ameri- j
'can war. "We offered our all and we'
i went as volunteers," he said. "South
I Carolina was Called upon for its quo- (
: ta and furnished it. This service
! should not be forgotten." Others ex-.
: pressing similar sentiments were:'
i William B. Wise of Prosperity, and ,
! William Banks, Mr. Banks pernting.
: out in his short talk that it was not
the purpose of the veterans in crr.Iphasizing
the fact that they were
; volunteers to reflect in <;ny way upon
; the men who joined the colors in the.
' World war under the working's of the :
selective draft act.
Hayne Makes Talk
Dr. James A. Hayne thought the i
'organization of particular imporance
in view of the fact that folk in vari-;
ous sections had come to disp.n a^.
the acis of men in offering their ail
to the government. 4,Th?y think-it i<:
foolish." Dr. Hayne said, "but thank
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sured by the way we act
s we really are. Away
tielp you bear with a smi
of every day life?
; without church agenda
not long persist, and th
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ts services. The church i
lit on you? We need you
ct Sunday and every Sur
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? NOTE! That
still receive "Ca
cost which our c
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chest to $25. Also a lot
5aby Sets, Bowls and otl
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God there always have been men and
always will 'be n en who are willing
to make the supreme sacrifice in their
Gen. Wvlie Jones served as chairanan
of the organization meeting,
while F. C. Dlack was named secretary.
The meeting, called only two weeks
ago by a special committee, was tne
largest meeting of the Spanish war
veterans to be held in the stite since
the war, perhaps, "and was the means
of bringing together many comrades
who had not seen each other since the
day, 2Ci years ago, when the First
South Carolina regiment was demobilized.
These personal reunions were
a prominent feature of the meeting,
which was given over largely to in
lormai conversation. ah
spread was served.
God and Sickness
Edito rof The Diocese:
It is a matter of genuine ^ra tin cation,
I am sure, to an increasing number
of churchmen, that, among the
changcs in the Prayer Book recommended
in the third report cf the
committee on revision, are those
chancres relating to the ''Order of the
Visitation of the Sick" as '.veil as the
o> ras'ona- prayer* for the sick a.id
the affiieted. I question whether our
laity have ever given this matter
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at home. Our fain/
from home some of
le the monotony, the
nee, but without the
e church will die un- .
merits your earnest
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:much consideration. Few realise that
, the thought of th? modern church*
! man has so completely changed, since
j that office was given us, with respect
I to God's relation tn sickness and af|
flictior., that there is hardly a priest
i of the American church who evsr
' uses it. I have never heard cf such
:an one. The reason for this is that
| it falls too far short of conveying to
la sick person the ' 'comfSrta'cle gosi
pel of Christ." It tells the patient
' that his present wretched condition
; is ''The chastisement of the Lord.''
| and, altogether, its language and its
theology are not felt to be a consist!
cut interpretation of the loving character
of God. the Father, as revealed
to u> in the human life and .caching
of the Lord Christ. Many of us no
longer believe?if we ever did?that.
God ever wills and sends sickness and
pain upon the members of his family.
On the contrary, we believe that
God's will for aii is health and happiness
God dees, indeed, permit sickness,
but he al.~o permits sin. Since we
know He doesn't, will u> to sin, which
is soul sickness, and yet permits us
to sin: so we believe and know that,
though fie permits us to be sick He
doesn't will us to be physically sick.
This will mean that, throughout
the Prayer Book, a!! thtfse expressions
in ilie prayers for the sick and
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Call ir* to see ihis New For
W???w?iiw inaiwM imtai i n i?m r
troubled, which suggest that trouble
is a direct visitation from Gsd, will
be dropped?quietly and without
comment. <:7iie cli order ehangeth,"
! and it is high time. I have reason
fur thinking that such phra-es, understood
a:> implying:, if not actually declaring,
the ordered faith of the
church, arc a stumbling block in the
pathway of many thouirhtful people
who might otherwise enter the fold
where the '"Good Shepherd*' keeps
' the sheep just because he is "The
Some weeks ago wc were discussing
this very interesting and timely
question at :;n informal meeting of
seme of the laity of St. i'aul's, as
quire a nuir.be?' of them are deeply
, interested. We wore fortunate
enough to have with us that evening
that delightful gentleman and sc holer.
Dr. Nat Stevenson, professor of
, history in the College of Charleston,
and sometime professor :.t Yale and
Columbia. I called on him to make
a contribution to the subject as a representative
( !' the worid of modern
scholarship. I" the course cf his remarks
he expressed astonishment upon
his recent discovery that the
church hold or tr,uvrhL directly or indirectly.
or that any educated person
believed, in the 1922. that God
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then went on to say that, for himself
personally, the question had been aetlIed
in the negative more than thirty
years a^o, and he had assumed that
every one else had given the same
verdict. Dr. Sccvenson then closed
. his remarks with the r;ther thought
provoking statement -.o the effect lhat
; if the church and Christian thinkers
? ? 1 it :i?*oc in hnrmoilV
nCitl Xnm. SA'A:;tJo ??do ??? v
with the will of God, then the unrelenting
ii^ht the whole civilized world
was making against it was a little less
than blasphemous. Passive resistance,
; if any, would be the more consistent
wav; but more beautiful still, if sick;
ness be God's will, and God's way of
developing human character?patient
resign:*.' :r. with a slight preference
in favor of getr'ng worse?as has
been the course of some in Christian
history?rather than yetting better.
F. W. Ambler.
Summerville, S. C.
. Those who say there's nothing in a
name should note that Cannon is the
name of the" American bishop who
wants this country to lick the everlasting
daylights out of the Turks.
Japan, it is reported, has increased
this year the production cf all its
minerals, except copper and petroleum.
Ft seems to u? Japanese bra?*5 is
a!.- > k?- in evidence.