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TE WORLD OVER
C3T 'vA l E~N1NGS OF THIS
I IATIONS FOR
*:, F '[HE SOUTH
What is Taking Plaoe in The South.
land Will Be Pound In
Beneath the flagstones of St. 'Pet
er's, where thousands of pilgrims come
each year, lies the mortal remains of
.Benedict XV., whose benignant efforts,
through all the years of war were di
rected toward peace and after .the
'pacification of Europe and the world.
Th! body of Viscount Bryce was
,d recently at London, after
but impressive services. No
was offered but the officiating
ter gin his prayer paid a tribute
.te late political historian in call
1g him a "blessed and powerful
peacemaker throughout the whole
vorld, and especially between the na
tions of Groat Britain and America."
It is stated in Rome that the vital
' Y that enabled Pope Benedict XV to
r gist death so long was the product
,of rigorous activity and plain living.
The Bavarian government has for
bidden the Communist prisoners of
the Niederschoented jail to hold a car
een planned with
nrades who are at
had donated ory
- narks' worth of to.
Elsa Anderson, the only Swedish
woman holding an aviator's license,
was instanly killed recently when she
.attempted to descend to the earth by
noans of a parachute. She fell, like
a plummet, 2,000 feet, to the earth.
The Cuban minister in Washington,
Carlos Manuel De Cespedes, has in
itiated diplomatic negotiation for the
with drawal of American marines
from Camaguey, according to a state.
ment issued at the national palace,
giving the text of a message from the
minister to President Zayas.
Dr. Juuan Gujteras, secretary of
public health, heads the commission
on arrangements for the sixth Latin.
American congress, to be held In Ha
vana November 20-25, it was announ
cod recently. Other members are Dr.
Francisco Cabrera Saavedra, eminent
Cuban surgeon, vice pre:sident, Dr. F.
Maria Fernandez, secretary, Dr.
Emilio Martinez and Dr. Jose A. Lopez
del Valle, superintendent o of the Ha
vana Board of Health.
The meeting of the foreign minis
ters of France, Groat Britain and Italy
In Paris February 1, the calling of
which was announced recently will be
preceded by full exchanges of views
between Paris,- London and Rome with
regard to Asia Minor, the subject of
the conference. In these exchanges
an effort will be ma'de to reach an
main p)oints af
Sern question so
-nce will be able
l1y outlined pro
Acceptance by the government of
'the offer of Henry Ford for the Muscle
Shoals (Ala.) power and nitrate plants
was urged befpre the national agri
cultural conference by James W. Mor
ton, of Athens, Ga., in an address in
which lie detailed the conditions exist
Ing among the farmers of the South.
A combination of French, Japanese,
and, finally, British opposition to ar
Itcle four of the Hughes "open-door"
doctrine for China, has tesulted in the
quiet death of that article.
Swinging into high speed, the arms
conference has made quick work of
the Siberian question, virtual~y agree
ment having bteen made on the sole re
mnaining Issue of the naval reduction
Treasury opposition to a soldiers'
bonus remains unchanged, hait if there
ds to be a bonus it must bei provided
' taxation, in addition to taxes
'y existing law, Secretary
' ares in a letter- to Chair
F n v of the house ways and
* dttee. Any attempt to pro
vidie for the bonus through the use
of the principal and interest of the
foreign debt to this country, he says,
"would be futile as well as unwise."
Investigation by the house agricul
tural committee of the cr0p- reporting
bureau of the department of agricul
ture, with a view to "discovering the
cause and instituting remedies for the
inaccuracies shown in the reports of
.the 1921 cotton crop," as published
by the department, is called for in a
resolution introduced in the house by
Representative Overstreet (Dem..) of
The program of addresses at the na
tional agricultural conference, which
covered marketing problems in many
phases, was interupted long enough
:to permit Chairman AI~dorson to deny
the oharge voiced in some quarters
that the delegates to the conference
Secretary .Weeks informed delegates
to the National Agricultural confer
ence, in session in Washington, that
'if there was no Ford offer" he would
"recommend to congress the coniple
4tion of the Wilsan am a Mucl
ity in an effort to stamp out-lynchir
passing by a vote of 230 to 119 tI
Dyer anti-lynching bill. Seventeen R
publicans Joined 102 Democrats in v<
ing in the opposition while eig:
Democrats and one Socialist, Londe
of New York, voted with 221 Repu
licans in favor of the measure.
Investigation by the senate of ti
activities of "Persons, association, cc
poration and combinations, common
known as the fertiliser and watt
power trusts,'" alleged to be attemj
tug to prevent lease by the gover
ment of the Muscle Shoals project,
provided in a resolution introduced
the senate recently by Senator Harri
of Georgia. Mr, Harris said he wou
ask for consideration of the resolutic
probably very soon.
The machinery of the Washingt<
conference virtually came to a stan
still while the delegates awaited r
sults from President Harding's mom
for a settlement of the Shantung co
The Southern Dxpress compar
must pay taxes assigned upon it b
the state of South Carolina for ti
year 1918, the supreme court dismis
ing recently, upon motion of counst
an appeal which the company ha
brought to have reviewed decisions b
the courts of that state. The con
pany contended that it had been di
privod of taxable property in the stat
when the railroads were placed unde
federal control in December, 1917.
Reduction in the wage scales of o
ficers and men on shipping board ves
sels amounting to more than fiftee
per cent and effeotive February 6, i
announced by the shipping board.
Secretary of the Treasury Mello
announces the offer of an issue of 4 8/
per cent three-year short-term note
to the amount of approximately $400
000,000. The issue is to provide to
current expenses, the retirement c
treasury certificates of indebtednes
maturing February 16, 1922, and as
part of the treasury's program for rc
tiring notes maturing May 20, 1923.
The demand for early action on in
migration legislation that would fir
ther restrict entrance of aliens int
the United States, was made recentl
in the senate by Senator .Harris, se
nior senator from Georgia..
Completion of the Muscle Shoals
Ala., project has been recommende
to the national agricultural conferenc
by the committee on water transpor
tation. No mentiop was made regard
ing the offer of any parties to the
government to lease the plants there
Colonel Paul B. Malone, now assisi
ant commandant of the infantry schoc
at Camp Benning, Columbus, Ga., an
who served with great gallantry wit
the American expeditionary forces i
France, first as colonel and afte:
wards as brigadier general, seeme
overcome with astonishment when i1
formed of press dispatches fror
Washington in which Ivy Henderson
of Chester, S. C., was quoted as sa;
ing that he saw Colonel Malone shoc
a soldier becauAs he could not kee
up with his command.
Judge J. L. Kent recently dente
the motion for a new trial of Georg
Walker, 15 years of age, under lit
sentence for the murder of Georg
Avery, 17, recently at Dublin, Ga.
Thirty piatients were removed t
safety when the Lincoln hospital,
negro institution, of Durham, N. C.
was destroyed gly fire recently. Th
loss was estimated at between $10,00i
and $16,000. The origin of the blazi
has not been determined.
Complete confidence in the busines:
outlook with regard to building in th
southeastern section of the Unitem
States was generally expressed bI
speakers at the annual convention o
the Southeastern Builders' Supply as
sociation, at Miami, Fila.
The meeting of the stockholders a
~he Southeastern Expr-ess company a
Birmingham, Ala., after electing di
rectors, declared a 4.67% dividend
wvhich is at the rate of 7% per annum
l'he company was organized abou
eight months ago.
The' American Museu mof lNationa
History (New York City) reports tha
the tomb) of a pre-historic warrior, wh<
upparently fell in combat, has beei
ilscoverod in the ruins of a largn
Pueblo community dwelling near Az
:ec, New Mexico.
It is estimated that more than
rundred Chattanooga, Tenn., familem
save been driven from their homes by
'lood waters of the Tennessee river
il the motor vehicles of the city gov
3rnment being called into play tc
novo the victims to higher ground. .
The schooner- yacht Iris, AOwned by
f. H-. Jobson of Manula, Ala., was de
itroyed by fire while at anchor ofi
Pinellas Point, Fla. Loss $35,000; in
muranco $10,000. Only the owner wan
m board dluring the fire.
The opening session of the annua
neting of the Leo Highway associa
ion at Chattanooga, Tonn., wvas fea
uredl by an address by former 0ov
inor Brough of Arkansas, who pah<
Sglowing tribute to Gen. Robert Ed
nlundl Leo, for whom the highway ii
*The co'htract covering the propose<
ease and( purchase of the govern
iient's nitrate and wvator-power proj
mts at Muscle Shoals, Ala., has beet
igned by Henry Ford and returned t<
he war departmont b~y one of the For<
At the request of the city counci
in Chicago, Mayor James L. Key ci
~tlanta, GIa., has submitted thl prop
isition for the -government to legalizc
he sale of "light wvines and beer," tc
~tlantf,'n city council. The mayom
'uts it up to council Must as the prop
ulitioni came to him
ie The friends and relatives of N
e- A. C. Smith last week received
t following invitation:
Q, "You are cordially invited to mo
b. er's birthday dinner, Jan. 22, 19
Mesdames F. B. Watson, T. E. Tr
e ter, Ernest Trotter, Messrs. l
r. Smith, E. B. Smith, Susio Smith.'
ly All who were so fortunata as
r- receive one of these invitations '
, ever remember the day as one of 1
t brightest of the season's festivit
n The guests, full of cheer and g<
wishes for the honoree, arrived at
Make Our Pla
West Side Sqnare -
1 Spend a Profits
- Anderson merch
of, and provide f
> Tickets to the three leading
res given to all visitors by L11
chants of Anderson on Dolla
Any of the merchants will:
th se tickets without any cost
just call for themn, and~ enjoy
solf while in ANDERSON.
of last July. Th
offered were sold
This year, I
values are even 1
fistof the yet
event at this par
Come to the
do not anticipate
city will convinc<
.., ....',I . i~i i good
things to eat.
[rs. Mrs. Smith, noted for her charm
the of manner and genial spirit, was
always the center of a merry group.
th- The guests numbered so many the
22. spread, which was a most elesborate
ot- feast, was given in the yard.
[vy In the afternoon Rcv. A. M. Sim
mons gave a splendid talk which was
to enjoyed by all.
rill This is one of a series of birthday
tho dinners given here, is an old fashion
es. custom and one which may well be
od celebrated, for the coming together
an is a most hearty one.
- - - Anderson, S. U.
ble and Pleasant D;
ants offer for this da
ree entertainment at
'' !at the thr
from 10 A.
e mer- ASTOUNDI
rurnish All Day Lo:
yo-r- Store in Anc
its of Anderson held
ousands will rememt2
I by Anderson Merch2
)ollar Day will far ec
etter than it was pos
is cheaper in pride ai
tr, has prompted th
ticular time to show,
Houses In Andersoi
best city in upper Ca
making any purchas,
3 you that it will alwi
Remember the I
at Clemson C
This is an event of i
ance. It fits in with
Sow to the Plow."
The country is slowly recovering its buy
lieve that demand is going to overtak e sups
a great crop crisis, out o :nhieh blos som di
will conic to its own. What better in vestre
well bred sows ?'',,
There will be 50 bred sows in this offeri t
Duroc Jersey breeds. Suppose you buy a
grown meats. If it is impossible for you t<
wire your bids to the Animal Husban dry Di
iy in Anderson Dole
y, the biggest values
the Theatres for each;
M. to 6 P. M. Te
N4G VALUES for yo
rg at Every Cal
[erson. Don't see o
Big Event Se"'t'
their first dollar day
er this event, as the b
lipse last Dollar Day,
~sible to offer last July
Tid the usual lull in but
a merchants of Anders
wvhat values are to be
1 Extend This Invital
rolina for Dollar Day,
as. A look at the valu
iys pay you to trade ir
n, S. C.
the slogan, "A
ing power. Isn't it logic to be.
ly? We are confronted with
versified farming, and livestock
nt, then, than young, thrifty,
ig. They are Poland-China and
sow in this sale and eat home
come to this sale, write or
vision, Clemson College.
ir Day Feb. 9t1:
you ever heard
and every visitor,
Strand, the Im
rial and Liberty
atres are Open
entertainment on Dollar Day,
any cost to you whatever.
r Free tickets at any store
y visit wvhile in the city, and
, Two or Three good shows.
11 all if you wish.
on the 14th da:
est values eve
inasmuch as the'
iiness just at the
on to stage thit
had in thi~s city
:ion To You.
even though yot
es offered in this