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If ? Heit WhltBer Street.
' AM-Mir-jo.N, rt. ?J.
f. W. SSIOAK. Editor and Ho*. Mgr
M. GLENN.City Editor
(H?LI'4 8AH3KEN, Advertising Ufr
?. JB. GODtfitEY.Circulation Mgr. I
i. ADAMS. Telegraph Editor ead
roressan. .? / .
i Catered as-second-cia?? matter Ap?
I M, 19U, at j Inj pott om ie at An
Freon, south Caroline, under tb? Act
I March s, lHTt.
Member of Associate^ Press and ;
JUoeivlag Complete Dally T?l?graphie j
Editorial ?nd BuBine?a Offlca..lt)
I na ?fqar .II.60
fifret atoVthV .V V///.V/.V.i ris
fthfr intelligeucer le, delivered by
?Arri?ra In Ut? city. If yon fall tc
?I yadr paper, regularly piesse notify
. ns. Opposite your, name on the
-. Itbal ?/ your paper la printed date to
tehleh our paper ia bald. All checks
j sja? draft? should be drawn to The
anderson : Intelligencer.
'i J ? The Weather.
. South Carolina: Increasing cloudl
ncM'Sunday, rain St night and prob
ably Mond ny.
.Oar Dally Thought.
fWmild'you he at peace? Speak
ieee? ld the world.
\ Wbuld yod be healed? Speak health
* tb tho world.
1 Would you bc loved? Speak love lo
J the- wtj/lo.
Would you be successful? Speak
. success to tue world.
"? ' Ftor'all ihe world is ?6 closely akin
that not, ona individual may- realize
I I?B deeir? -xcep't alf the'world share
fT with*htpri. . . ?. \ ii t ?.
* Abd c'Vfftfy good word you send into
the:, .world Jr a silent mighty pawer;
Working for,peiice. health, love. jqy.
/a'peceas to ail th? world -
tncludlng i7?iirs?lft-Nautilus vfof
?''?noafy; '. ' f
TAlmost' bet?r?, ?e are awar?, lt ls.
'one-t?'cTlth of^lfriB ls gone, j
I *.% . -P-jJj"^ '- ' '.
I We trust tb?? B?-?'IITOX MH] will
turned Nish. \ <?g? f. ?tf**
. f Th* Austens are,said \o have- cap-,
iMred Nish. pH. pish. . ; <. :
I tfThlch mill.'tsvt&mg-to. stand idle'
I tit lofl?c*t-Equinox or Tard?n?
} 1 Wa-,haven't heard anything from
fien, von Kluck In ? so. long wc stip
. pose ..he has got thc pip.
a ,. ?
.It's not weil tor a tuan td ta a drag;
; CR fits' community, hm it's (Ino for a
I ?iii'.ioff ts bc." - ""
?Wonders never cease tu happen
?rry Thaw.has been si leo t for live
. . : y V. - >
i ' ? u
??t'S fuuay (hat with ail this advance
thc price of foodstuffs there's no
?vance In the price of boote. ? .
?lf making a no?s? told the tale, you'd*
vet know flo ut ll Carolina, has'a new
? Wlje'a). yesterday Roared to $1.? per
t&shtl. I>sso*yer ih< ?prpbrcad. will
LWIfh the ^hestloti .if ttoompu?ft?ry
ewucnUo? and prohibition settlejl.whht
4"onld peanut politicians do fur caoir
palgn thunder here after? , .
J Mayor Crace says a prohibition law
?n?ld be . * scrap /of. pepfrr^ In Charles
tin. What law ls* moro in'thc city' by
?Hobson bss.stsnrd talking a)f*lo of
e. JapAncse monaco. We'thought it
ss about time for him tu hist Uic old
tann again. ...
1-) . -a-- .
*Wlth the exception of Cole's spec
ttaeril?r exit from offn e, our >\iuag
fMend 19ir. has brought us nothing
p?rtlcutarly ah? ?klng ' during his
month's stay with ns,
f ^i\A#^t#a .? r . ? . -?-a?- * ? ***>*
Publie Sainted Boy Suggests Way to
Get. a Public Library.-Headline tn
C.reenvHie piedmont. 'Pears to us the
adjective applied to the boy ls a good
nicans of getting a public library,
A "Seeing Mexico" car ls being run
iver the country ribtr. Seems to us lt
vfettld take ahaost a whole car to held
pott.?Its af the recent presidents ot
?y.Wi*.-. : 9.
Th? vote: of the laboring class will
bi Vefy* "decesssry tn the earning ot
; tie ^qd Meet lon. tor street paving
a?d thfcy gire- the ones who will N>
btjne?tt?d'e? riles* I baa * any others,
for'they wilt be ?dven immediate wora.
. . a - ,.
Seaator Williams says speeches
asede by Kepuoilcaa senators during
their fight against the shipping bill
i hid coat? tta?r? than' a million 'dollars
tar printing, bills aad ?tenorgspher>
fees. ..^ttd. yet lt is no trouble to Und
a gthk who will teH*yow. ttat talk ts
"Tllr: BOTTOM KAU-."
Lower South carotins I? n section
rich In natural resources, and li?- iradi
' if .ii M In UM? part of south Carolina
there has flourished au aristocracy of
brains, social ponlllon^'sml influence
to hay nothing of wealth. Prior to the
War iwtwti ii tilt- Stat?*?, thin net-lion
vsas H leader In all that mude for a
better ami a mon' prosperous Slate.
The war lr?ed the siavcs of the rich
planter, atnl he dbl not hav<- th?*
IciMir. for sclf-lmprovejnenl tharwa.*
Illa /'befo', dc wah." Th?* low country
I b ii A laniruiiihbd'.' ami for many years
lhere wno'little doing to show that H
was one? tho leading portion of lh*>
State The up-country l?egan to at
iracj atti tulon on accouot of it?
whirring' machinery and the gleam of
Ita electric' lights. People flocked to
the up-co6ntrv ou account of the ad
vantaroR this* . f nd tint rbi t activity
I brought. .Many of (hen? left th?* low
country, ami carne to the bill section,
lured by the glamor ami (he crowds,
and ihr ?hamo I?) carn inore money
than the axrl< uilural life In the low
country offered. So thin section
languished and was turned over to th^
iioor white man who could not g?l
away and to the numerous negro. Lit
Il*" progrcus seemed to be made for
?nue yen ra. but gradually the peo*?Je
began to awaken and to reassert their
belief In their country and to make, lt
igaln to blossom aa the i jae.
Or. J. Walter Daniel, who la a dose
ntudent of Induatrlal i ronriltiona In
South Carolina/baa made a'appelai
study of these rondltjona In lower
South Carolina and has evolved a
practical'theory fur the complete rec
lamation of this country, which if fol
lowed will place lt again bn a parity
with other sect lone, or In other words
"place the bottom rail on top." In'ad
dition to placing this practical plan be
fore the people. Or. Daniel bas woven
a most fascinating romance around
his'h'tory bf achievement', and hrir/ge
one to see the country and the people.
?nd- th* possibilities of education and
healthful environment. It ls a charm
'ii?; hook by a brilliant citizen of our
?Hair, and will take rank among the
" .*T^pr iollo^u^isf'an'e1iu^atcV of Ulla
bosk: .- .
The Bottom ' Itali. Jost from the
press.'ls wbr?hy ??Ta caraTuT perusal
ry every Intelligent American cltlrcn.
H~wjpo? tba^lfc^bBcd- reader- to "Tm?
Country Beatitlful" and leaves dleas
ant memories ot otardatit fields, spark
ling streams, wild-flowers and, the
virola of blnlH-lt.-in a ?tory that
leaven "a go?d taste" rn b'rf?'w mon tn.
The author doo not ! -moralize.; but
keeps close to nature, and tells tho
story-of '?The'Bottom" RaiirTIrTm fall
of unvarnished human nature, in ?
??uy .jut keeps Un- reader Intensely
hterested tb the last sentence. Some
'ItYifea the reader msv feel a lump in
bia throat, hut more frequently he will
'etch him.telf langhin" ovr tb?* PB"**"
literally sparkling with humor and
toa*! cheer, i tiver? cp?^trj-maa ought
o read tue hoon-it wm give him tou
ter (der?, of the possibilities ot coun
try life. The originality displayed by
he. author In really refreshing, and
makes thc book an Idyl of uniqueness,
vhll? ever>' chapter fills the mind of
the reader with HUR sealion s ; lt i s
thought-provoking, and will benefit
every one who rendu lt. and greatly
.inprove spy community In which it ls
?Irculated. The highest compliment
'hat cnn bo paid to.a book is that lt.is
.lggestlve. "The pottom Rall" will
?rouse many beautiful suggestions In
the miad of every reader; it ls a .itory
fhht will be. read* and that wtl| live.
The author ls a Southern man. and re- -,
ddeU lb th? old city of Charleston. In
?he vicinity .Qf ' ttie?clty the scene ot
the story ?H. laid." * ?'
. INT?;I.LI??:N< tit MIHMKB.
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. The intelligencer was issued, pester
ray under great difficulties, add did
?W reach the! subscribers lill early
ii the afteriniou. . Jho delay' was j
.autoed hy. tli- inability of our press
mun- to get*the newspaper' press 'to
rim properly in ils. new home. lt
backed and then'bucked, and it wai!
'tily after. coaxing for over a halt da>
'hat lt was ilnaily conquered shd made
to run. Th I* iwWffWbV ?lpc'cted. how
ever, with so complicated a piece of|
machinery as thia newspaper press.
Jinl moored to its present foundation,
hore shotibi b?,-,ityic trouble In the
future. Thia '.jpfafci''was mored from
.he eld iaTtal^Hpf building on North
Main Htrcei?.io the basement o( the
Pepper buiid^jji ou West Whitner
street, which Is now the home of the
newspaper. And this was the first
time lt ran and adjustments are'nec
We regretted the delay yesterday
morning, bet we ste rather gladi for
it demonstrated hew vary popular! The
Intelligencer haa become., lt took one
person all the time to answer :)the
'phone snd explain 'why the "paper
has not come." We feel sure that
every subscriber In reach of The. in
telligencer by 'phone, or In taijtbag
distance! inquired when^niy pap?r IJ
cvxming." We shall yfli?, ?ot . lo
appoint oar readers again, bat
endeavor to have the paper tn
home before breakfast each mot
If the subscriber lives la the city.
' The Intelligencer is Indebted to ?hc
Delly stall, and Ita efficient pressmen,
Junlus Brown, for assistance In get
ting oat a paper while the presses
?tsmprraryls.appreciated snd wa
deatrc to express uur thanks thus
publicly, Htid to offer H reel prix** tor]
service If ut HOV lime wc ?an help
thom out of a bole.
nu; H lil. II HF KI: Ml F ll.
lion. Walton J. Wood. Public De
fender at I.os Angeles. Cal.. Ix Lu have
twelve t Homeys ic aaslst ii int lu 1015
-two more Iban he Honed Mic year
It cost thc lax pay?is a tidy .?itu?
io support a Pnblle Defender, len as
sistant?, each of whom was a mem
ber of the har.
Hut deaplle Hil.* fact they cheerfully
- vis enlim laatlcatly ?rant him two
more aida t the new year.
Because tue office has so lessened
the pressure on the couria that lt baa
lightened the burden on Hie tax pay
Thousands of civil cuses have been
settled listore Kiev reac hed the courts.
.Several hundred criminal cases have
al?o been handled and dozen ; of
Innocent men have been saved from
convictlou and their wives and chil
dren from becomiiiK a burden on the
(>i those convicted the term of ? ni -
prl.ioiiment har. been In many, many
ra;-ei. made shorter, so the prisons
COSt lesn for upkeep ami maintenance.
The greater meed of Justice 'obtained
has not cost the tax payers a cent.
Los Angeles County ls one of Hie
very few In the United Stales which
believes lu giving the accused man a
proper chance to defend him-.elf. If he
doesn't happen lo havo thc money to
hire a good lawyer.
In most parts of the country lawyers
are appointed by the court to handle
?ases where the defendant ls without
motif, , Tlieae "appointed" lawyers do
not receive compensation, and lt is
seldom. Indeed, that the victim of the
"appointed attorney" Isn't convicted.
Par when the legal light receives no
money lhere ls no Incentive to give lils
client a proper defense.
The theory of Hie Public Defender.
Idra ls that the power bf society
?mould not only bc exorcised lo pros
ecute one nf its members, but to dc
fen?! him P.IB*.
And so successful has been thc
Public Defender that ten of I be best
'awyers lu jxis Angeles have been kept
busy lu this office, during the last
vear. ano now he has two more dep
lt the Public Defender ls a good
thing for Lo? Angelos County why ?lot
for every county everywhere?
Tis a terrible rumpus that's being
kicked up now over the prohibition
question. Too. fine a nag for peanut
politicians to ride Into oilier on to be
settled all In'one year.
- .1 yj\
The present legislature seems t? ob
a. good one for introducing bills. -Vow
If it will only turn around and kill a
whole heap of them and pass a few
we'll think more of it.
a, . OMI HAILY POEM a
. . n n o o o o o ?t ?> o o n ?> o o o o !
Look Pleasant. .
We can net. of course, all be hand
And lt's hard for us to be good.
We are sure now and then to be lone
And we don't always do aa ive
To bc p?tfoht ls not always easy.
To be cheerful ls much harder stIU.
But at least we can always, be pleas
. ant :
If we make up our minds that we
And lt pay.i'eveey time to bc kindly.
Although you feel worried and blue.
If: you sinll* ar the 'world and look
Thc world will soon smile back at
Su try to brace up and l?ook pleasant.
' No matter how long you arc down.
Good humor U always contagious.
But you banish your friends when you
! o ?A TBIBL'TK.'' o
ooonooooooooo xo 00000
On Thursday morning. January 21.
1915. the death angle visited the home
of Mr. Charlie Jones near Crntervllle.
1 and removed from our midst. Mrs.
Ollie Hall Jones. She leave 1 a hus
p-nn-t. seven ehttrTr^b. s father and
mother and one steter, besides s host
of relatives and friends to mourn her
death. She. was a member of Rooky
River Baptist church from esrly girl
hood day.?, ?nd waa a good neighbor,
always ready ?o fend a helping hand
in time of need.
Truly, the cloud of sorrow gathered
i>enviv over the h-.irae bcwfts>of the
loving wife and mother. Bot though
the cloud seemed so dense and the
night of sorrow so dark, yet through
the darkness came the comforting raya
of light defending from tho beauti
ful stars of hope, which gleameth no
on thc saviors breast shedding Us
radiance upon all who look to Him
for tho comfort and cheer which He
alone can give. Although lt la hard
tor us to understand why abe was
taken from ber aaren little children
when she was such s true mather snd
But wo know that God docth all
things wall and H ia bis band that
denis the_heavy blow end may we
all aar hw will be done, not oars.
Her gamins were laid to rest tn
Starr Hptlsi church yard on Friday
after mrviceo being conducted by Rev.
V ."One that knew her."
.i Ol'B M INK KA ULE STKKLTS. U
?? o o o o o o o ? o o o o v o o o o ? ?I
In conversation with'several mer
chants and other business jiion of
Anderson yesterday an Intenlg?uccr
representative learned of a number
of tueldenta that huve hu,ppem>d
wiihin the past few days, which, would
be ridiculous If lt were not for the
tory;seriousness of the situation.
One gentleman drove his automo
bile Into Anderson Thursday after
noon from Helton, but when he struck
river street, he Rave up in disgust
ind returned to Helton.
Another party came OH far ns Gluck
mills yesterday or thc day before nn.l
left lila conveyance there and enroe
the halante of the way on the street
A ladv we'll call Mrs .McLI. came
Into tile city Friday afternoon, spri.t
the night at the hourn of on<* of her
sons and came up Into the business
section of tlie illy saturday morning.
Being asked If she came in from her
home Sain -day morning, she replied:
Wo. 1 can't make lt in one day: I
-onie in to my son's one day. spend
I lie nihill at his home, and then come
up Into 1'iwn Hie next morning: al
though I live onlv live mlle? out. I
can't make it In one day."
Yesterday several gent lomen wer?
heard to remark that they wore glad
tu ?ce the automobiles again nut on
the streets. Thev give, thc streets uti
air of business and prosperity that U
sadly lacking when our streets ure
One of our gasoline deniers sahl
Friday that he had lost mo-c money
by evaporation of gasoline since thc
streets had gotten In inch, A terrible
shape than lie would make in a month
from the sale of gasoline, when thr
streets would permit them to resume
There ls hardly an* method of Com
puting the amount of business the re
tail merchants have Hst this winter
tn account of the very, very had oon
litions of our streets, but lt ls safe
io ?ny that almost avery' one of them
has lost enough profits from the bus
iness which they would har? done had
the streets been in good shapo to have
paved a half a block or moro
Thc citizens of Anderson have al
ready paid enough miring, fax In th?
??mount of money which'they have
been compelled to snomV fe.v extra
-."noes, tubber*, carnets, tugs', drugs.
*nd doctor*' bills, all mor**? cr toys oc
casioned or made necessary by th?
tremendous amount or mud which
thev bnvr had to wade through, and
which has damaged their wearing ap
parel, carnets, rugs, etc. ...,|(. i
Just oqo little suggestion to the
'ii ?zen who ls? In favor' of thc paving
-?nd bond issue: Let your .meillon be
known-we|l known. IA opter, word?,
be active In your Hiip?orv of tl??M
mctrsurc. the. opponent'- bf*ft'?re"Afc-]
t'r?: and thcr* are onit?f,tr' tbWHImA
Pie who would be InflUim'ce'fr'fdr'this
measure If they but knew that you
were for If
Come out ' In the open aird 'support
iib - < . ?Li . .' -.'?.: . . ??? '
?', # ?LFY?H HF/AhWV.li ?<.?.?r*l
n Winr The IntcUlsencers fe
o s?.:?. Maa! people are still at o,
.? nef rn*'** why Cota?ehl'i Kloi?.r ?.
<i renlr-^ffl -?t rorrriior nf Smilh r
it Cpmllf? 1'?? tnrn *inf*>**> hts. f.,r-?, ?..
o rx??'?"' '. * d"n*t ??Ind Delling w4v?t.e
.? - IHM? hl?-.| wklirwif^aiL? "Cot- ?.
o bet *.vnoo th?? M-Mining wonM.?** a
o ?..?? *?"xt .-oTernot*: <}f Sont li *>
I ure li na."* ll?* t??*w,T. ??????.?.. ?. "
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A Ul IV UATTI.K * fX ?'
ON,Tin: SHH* UILL
(COXTINl!ET> FROM PAGE ONE.)
warning ^bar the briythg "c^ Merdea
Ti,!-., .. onld nrecinjisto srave, '"ter
natIonal complications wirti' ' G*'ront
Britain. Prance .and,. itn?sla. and
would "star** this nation on the high
wo v of war."
During the day lt was the expecta
tion OA both ..ides of the,.. chamber
that thc. contest would be carried
through tonight and into Sunday.. b? L
s-t f n. tn. Senator Kern, tactical lead
er of ti<e administration forces, sc
oured i.....nlmoim consent for.a recess
until to a. m. Monday.
With thc recess came the announce
ment from Democratic conference
rooms that from Monday morning the
bill would be kept befo -e the s?nat?
continuously without adjournment or
recess until lt was passed.
Senator Simmons announced he was
luthor'zed to denv reports that the
administration was consldcrlnc with
drawing the bill from the senate. Ile
could aav authoritatively, ho declar
ed, that there was not one scintilla of
truth In the report..
Early In' the evening Senator
Smoot. who talked all night last night,
his remark" taking un 11 and a half
hours, reappeared on thc floor appar
ently much retro med ami readv for
snottier long- distance debate should
his services be needed.
The galleries were flited with spec
tators, bat there wore few senators
on the floor until night when msny
who had gone home for a brief rest
returned to the chamber.
' Senator Smith whose .speech took
the form, of a general attack on the
administration, engaged several Deni
ce ra: lc senators In brief colloquy.
"I heard the secretary of the treas
ury aaka a distinguished audience at
San Diego. Calif., the other day:
'What ia thc matter with the.country?*
Bald the secretary. The people who
heard him were struck dom h. No
body could answer and Anally the sec
retary of the treasury answered:
'Not a damn tiling.'"
"Did I understand the eenator from
Michigan to tay that he was present
and heard this?" asked Senator Chil
"Ye?. I was present;' Senator Smith
"And was struck dumb?" asked
Sen ato. Chilton, precipitating an up
roar ta the Chamber and galleries.
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"The Store witii a Conscience"
CONDITIONS IN MINIM? CA311*.
(CONTINUED THOM PACE OSB1)
the laws of Colorado, or being u eal!
10 arms, a rebellion.
"That is no violation of the law,"
Mr. I.av,:,(in replied. "1 defy anyone
to prove wc violated thc law."
Thc notice wan Lsuod. the witness
?aid. two days after thc shooting at
Mr. Lawson Bald three thoura nd teal
miner1- a e under indictment in
Colorado; and not un operator han
Mr. Lawson said li? was shot down
l?verai ytari ago by an operator.
When the hearing came up. Mr. Law
son said, fie district attorney. John
L. Gray, said the case si. mid not bc
pressed a-i it "as n charge growing ont
of a strive." So tho operator was dis
Anio.-. Pinchot, a New York attor
ney, the next witness, declared govern
ment ownership bf mines or" other
natural resources which arc founda
tions if indnstfy and labor, was the
"only doctrine iii which there la any
hope" for the alTevlatl?n ?F Industrial
Acceptance1 by education! institu
tionj of donations (rpm thc Rockefel
ler Foundation or the t??nera! Educa
"ion Hoard. Mrr-Plirchot considered a
*gravc ?langer." Smaller colleges.- tie ,
'lcclared. were full of instructions and
proisesKora "who havo not -been dc-'r
llbomtely driven from largar univer
sities on arco mt of economic opinions ?
unfriendly to benevolent exploiters im j
industry, but who nevertheless have |
eund their chaira in the large naiver- !
litios untenable and have loft them j
.jiving. to influences which were Ir
resistible, but too Bubtle to complain
Thc commission ndjournc' until
Monday before Mr. Pinchot hus com
pleted his testimony. Mt ho was per
mitted l-j place thc remainder on rec
ord in the form of n prepared state
ment. In that he advocated au inves
tigation by thc commission or a sim
ilar body into the handling of news
n labor controversies.
Thc effect of public opinion could
>nly be Justly exerted, he said, wheu
che public was put in possession of thc
?'arts. He declared that there was "no
Hement which gives labor a feeling ol
?uch helplessness and bitterness as Ite.
knowledge that the merit ; of its side
11 the question will not bc presented
-.o Hie public.through thc press." .
The Associated Press in particular:
he said, failed to. carry news relating
to labor troubles In an ' upartlal man
ier and -'takes affirmatively the sjde
of capital." He'asserted that he bad
*ieen Informed by. ,*'a. representative j
.ttlzcn of Colorado, himself a new**
oaper man of high standing and a sub
scriber to the As3oclaled Press, that
the failure of thc Associated Pres* to
carry news. Impartially In the labor
iroublen was a serious element In giv
ing strikers the feeling that they
could not hope for JniMos."
; Speaking of labor ironbles In thc
West Virginia coal fields and in the
Michigan copper minc region in 1913.
he qdoted what purported to be dis
-?tehen of the Associated Press as
"characteristic evidence of ita par
tiality to thc operators' side ot thc
case." He* declared that thc Associat
ed Press reported a rifle attack hy
m'n? ruarda from an armored train
upon a miners' tent colony at Holly
Qrove. Vs.. "sa if thc miners had made
sn unwarranted attack upon a pas
As "another typical Instance of op
pression .in perversion of news" by thc
Associated Press, he compared testi
mony of Charles H. Moyer, president
of the Wcstcrh Federation of Miners,
before, thu. congressional comm]jslon
?.hieb "investigotid the Michigan cop
per'strike troubles with whst he de
clared' to bc an Associated Presa ac
count, both referring to circumstances
surrounding Moyer's departure from
the mine distict for Chicago.
"Both in the West .Virginia, and
.HrM?an Mrthes Ihr A?u?nctat?v1 Pr??**
grossly misrepresented the real con
utlon of affairs," said Mr. Pinchot.
"This was due in part to the fact that
in Weat Virginie, lt gets ita informa
tion from a man identified with the
ooal companies, while In Michigan,
during a large part of the strike, the
Associated Press received its Informa
tion from two offices controlled by the
mina-operators. Bat whatever the
machinery may have been through
which suppression and misrepresenta
tion occurred, the fact remain? that lt
diC occur and that >t resulted In blind
ing the public to the actual facts un
til congressional investigation?
brought them out."
o o o o o o o O O ( ) < > ( ) 11 O O O O O "
o Meets June 1-3. o
o M OUI LB, Alu.. Jan. ?JO-June o
o I. 2 arni ?> have been set as the o
o dates of tlie annual reunion ot the o
o I nited Confederate Veterana in o
o Richmond, Vu., according tu an u
o order issued by General Bennett o
o H. Young, conimander-ln-rhiof of o
o thc veterans. o
o General William E. Mickle, of o
o Mobile, adjutant general, made o
o the order public herc today. o
MAKE THIS A DAY.
Make this a day. There's no gain
In brooding over days to come;
Thc message of thc day ls plain:
Thc future's lips aro never dumb.
Tli? work of yesterday is gone
For good or iii, let come what may; j
Hut npw we face another dawn,
Mako this a day.
? ? i
V Though yesterday wc failed to ace j
Tho'ttrging hand apd earnest face j
That men call Opportunity;
,; Wo failed to know: the timo or place t
For some great flood1;'what need tb
. . - fret? . . - - .
The dawn -eames up a silver grny.
And golden moments uiuut bc met,
Make this a day.
?This day is yours; your work is youri)
The odds arc not who pay yuf?4r
Tiie thing accomplished-tliut endures.
y If lt bc what thc day require,
ile who takes up his daily round.
As one new armored for Hie fray,
Tomorrow Btcpr, on solid ground.
Make this a day. -Anou.
l pray, whatever "wrong I du,
I'll never say what ls not true;
?Jo willing at my task each day.
And al way? honest in my play.
Make mo-unSelfish with my Joys,
I And gencrenh to other boys;
.And kind and hclpfii' co the old.
. And prompt to d', what I am told.
[Blees every one I love, and teach
'Mo how to help and comfort each;
'Give me the strength . right-living
And make me good in little things.
'? (Adapted from. HurgcBS Johnson.
'From I thy me:; of Little Boys. Copy
right, 1905. by T. Y. Crowd 1 & Co.
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