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Conway and Bennettsville Men Killed
Washington, Sept. 8.-Thirty-five
members of t.he crew of the American
army transport, Mount Vernon, form
erly the North German Lloyd liner
Kronprinzessid Cecelie, were killed by
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struck the vessel last Thursday when
she was 200 miles from the French
coast, homeward bound. The passen
gers included Senator Lewis, of Illi
nois, who was was among those safely
landed after the transport returned to
a French port under her own steam.
Vice Admiral Sims reported to the
Navy Department today that the tor
pedo struck the transport on the star
board side, flooding number four fire
room, but he did not state the extent
of the damage. Navy officials as
suned, however, that since the vessel
was able to reach port under her own
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power she was not badly damaged.
The men killed were firemen, en
ginemen and water tenders and prob
ably were on duty in the flooded fire
room. They included: G. H. Dukes,
Hendersonville, N. C.; D. B. Frye,
Conway, S. C.; Hubbard Spears, Ben
nettsville, S. C.
Senator Lewis was returning home
on the transport after a visit to Great
Britain and France and the western
PROHIBITION AND R[Y[NU[
.BIG IT[MSTHIS WE[EK
Twor Important Measures Before (or
gress This Week
IIE.'SE TO DEFHATE TAX BI..G
Agriculture Committee of Lower
Body Plans Early Action on
Washmneton, ictpt. 8.--Progres.s by
th0 fHouse on the special wa'- rt e-.
nuie bill and re-trional prohib~ on hsgis
lation wvill ..enltr congressiona! att".;.
tion this wak.
General dlebate on the tax mersure
will be resumed tomorrowv 'nd at its
conclus'ion, I ohnably Wednesd&'", the
bill will be taaen up for amc ndnment
uridler a fwve i air,ute limit on dlebate.
Its passage. by next Saturday is hoped.
for, but rega"ried doubtful, becnane of
revisio ns platnned by the ways and~
means coimimuitte. These may includc
new source' of revenue to make up
(deficits which will result from en ict
ment of' national prohibition le'gisla;
W-ith the Senate finance comhmittee
resuming hearings tomorrow on the
bill, the Senate is expectedl to proceedl
leisurely on the other pending legisla
tion awaiting the revenue measure.
'Tomorrow it willi begin work on the
House minerals control bill, for which
the Sennte mines comnmitte2 has sub
stituted a measure authorizing a mini
erals purchasing corporation, with a
revolving fund of $50,000 to buy
metals at prices to stimulate p~rodluc
In the Hlouse tomorrow Representa
tive' Webb, of North Carolina, forti..
The Strong Withstand the Heat of
Summer Dotter Tha the Weak
Old people who are feeble qnd younger people
who are weak, will be strengthened and enabled to
go troh the emeen heat of mummer by tak,
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fied by a special rule, plans to call u
the Senate resolution authorizing th
President to establish prohibitio
zones around coal mines, ship yard:
munitions and other war plants. Eat
ly action is also planned by the Hous
agriculture committee on the emei
gency agricultural bill passed la:
week by the Senate, providing for m:
tional prohibition next Juy 1.
The rovenue bill will be discusse
tomorrow in the House by Represent:
tive 'ordney, of Michigan, rankin
republican of the ways and mear
committee. lHe expects to urge it
crease of tariff rates, dliscussing tU
Democratic policy "of tariff for rc
enue only." Representative Moore,<
Penansylvaia, Longworth of Ohio; Hlu
of Tennessee, and other commnittt
members plan to speak before genera
The army atppror.tion bill est
matedl to carry between four billio
andl six billion to providle for the it
crease in the army authorized undt
the new man, power act, also may I.
taken up this week.
With so much unfinished legislatio
before the Ho"use of Congress, pln
for futuro recesses have not been diI
veloped. Hioues leaders, however, sti
hope to begin their proposed seric
three-day recesses soonl after the revt
nue bill is passedl.
Germans React Violently M;ith Arti
lery W~hen Town F'alls
Paris, Sept. 8.-When th~e A meri
cans capturedl Muscourt (five mile
northeast of l' smes and only a shot
dlistance south of the A is.1e) the Get
mans reacted violently with the:ir at
tillery. (This is the first indientio:
that the Amercans have taken Mus
court.) The adlvance Allied elemen
now being within eight kilotneters o
St. Quentin, the Germans are regroup:
ing their forces and concentrating nu
merous dlivisions there with the in
tention of dlefending the townt.
According to La Liberte, the Ger
mans also are hurriedly reinforcini
their (defenses before Laon and in thi
region of Trucy andl Chevry, north o
the Chemnin Des Dames, making al
preparations in their trench work ani
material brought forward for a pro
Along the north bank of the Ailetta
anfl on the Solssons--Laon Railwa,
there has been a eat masseng o
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It will be worth $5.0(
- This is 4 per cent. coi
Go to your Bank4
or any progiressi1
and ask for infor
W.S. S. SOLD
This space patric
to War Savings
ost of the
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls
tocure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrudingl Piles.
pntanl es Ithipm n o wlles make yo cn . o
retflnep atr tefrt ption, Pyav rtise .
the War !
imnps at 25c.
nd for $4.15.
on January I. 1923.
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