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I RE'S an ideal hot-weather
TIwo packages luscious Little Sun
lMaid Raisins -one cool glass of
milk. Big men don't need more.
290 calories of energizing nutri
ment in the hittle raisins. Pure fruit
su:ar, practically predigested so it
acts almollst immediately, yet doesn't
tax digestion and thus /p'eat the h/ooi.d.
There's fatigue-resisting food-iron
also) in this Munch.
Vital men eat like this and resist
the weather. Don't work their diges
tio~n because they want to) work their
Try it for a few days and you'll
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HARRY N. EDMUNDS DELIVERS
INSTRUCTIVE ADDRESS BE
FORE SUMMER SCHOOL.
"AN EDUCATED CITIZENSHIP"
Says Balance of Power in Our Citizen
ship" Still Rests With Liberal
Harry N. Edmunds, one of the pro
:fessors of law of the University of
South Carolina, delivered an admir
able and instructive address before
the teachers and students attending
the sumiller school of the University
of South Carolina. lis subject was
"Au Iducnated Citizenship."
After quoting from Sir Edward
Coke, the great i'ltiglish jurist. of the
sixteenth century, who said "there is
. o jowel in the universe comjparable
to learning.", the speaker referred to
. he fact that although the advantages
of education admitted of no contro
versy. yet for one reason or another
the "'halanc.r of power in our citizefn
ship" remains with those who have
nevet' had a liberal education. Pub
lie (testions are decided by those
who are elected by this uneducated
balani'c of pow''er. Ir. ildminds said:
"I do not pretend to say wvherein the
wisdi on or lack of any one lies, nor
that our affairs are not almost uni
v''rsally dealt with by representatives
i. the ait ous putblic offices and in
legislative assemblies by 1men0 of ex
perience, training,. eduation and for
the l't1it part of high motive's and in
tegrity,'' that good tortune "may fa
iO us witi wise ad111!strations in
spite of this fact,' but more rliance'
could be p1aced in them if the whole
body politie wei'e educated.
The hiiiummer school now being con
ducted mid'er the able direction of
Prof. .lames; A. Stoddard. with an ex
(xe)tioni:tIly able faculty of instruc
tori's, is( doing a great work and meet
ing with ine success. The courses
.tiiU year have IeeI a'rangied chiefly
-for high school Ieachers; and the
large i mbier Iof leachers ;Clho are at
tendin the schoof are taking advan
tage to cf the great opor'tunities offered
to improve themsl ves and by hard
he work monre fully equip themselves for
tie ardiuous duties of teaching whilhi
1tey coitempiilate unrlertaking in all
1 'arts of li the :tale 'dtrinig tirf-. eosuii
1 ('hool "(' i.
The' pre:sid(ent of the university, Dr
.\'. 1). \l. l'on, announces that it it
!eoTno .'d 11('x: '111mmer' to enhlatee thet
. here of ope'rations an111d 'sefulnes.
of ; he ..aumm: '' er i ool by thlt :ldditiot
of (onu'ses for tim1a lry teal'chi e's ; a:
of w (l as high school teac'her;. ani als
ly :(.;st- rmiad te courses which, V when t
i Ian, will be allowed ats dreditsi to
wards the m-isters' and doc'trW (In
grees. Th" school ihis siummer' hlal
niove than rli'bled the tt nidancie 01
tast 'ear, an. d thle iuniver'sity3 look:
t for'waird to its futurie tluseuess wilti
g eat ('(llfi dence,
fc Receive Army Recognitiort.
:'8 Peirmanent11 fede'ralI re('ognitIion was
It' t ended0 to0 a larige numbti er of officer't
in the South Carol ~ia National Guard
IAmong those beintg federial ly reUcog
iz/ed lpermilanently3 were:
Lieut. Cal. H arry 0. Wit heringto01)
Maj. Ja111ms [1. Keith, Maj. .Jamies C
D ozier, Maj. Onan A. Hyd(irick, Capt
.James L. Ciantt, Capt. Will S. Fore
Capt. H. M. Edens. Capt. J1. W. Wods
('apt. L. D. Matthews, Capt. Rt. 11
Fulmer, Ca pt. J1. 1". Walker', Capt
Godidin~gs HI. Crawford, Caplt. .Johni A
RIce, Fir'st IiiLits. C. P'. Simp hson, F
M. Mack. E. L. liughes, JTr., Harry M
Arthur, J. WV. Wessinger. l'. W. Fordl
.Joe FE. hlates', TI. A. Hlollingsworthi
J1. WV. Oxne' tchaplain), E. W.. Rug
Second Lietts. 0. P. Oozard, Jamne
L. Comler, VirgIl TI .Ger'ald, A. HI. Car
ter, JT. II. ovce. Ii. D. Pinckney ano
George IH. Blackburn.
Two Hundred Trucks Available.
Char'les; H. Moorefield, state hIgh
way engineer, advised the bureau o1
public roads thant the highway depart
mfenit ('cou1lidacet 200 truciiks in ope~r
at ing condition at the disposal of the
federal government in case of emert
genicy c'aus.ed by the r'ail way strike
The bureau asked Mr. Moorefiet
how many trucks South Carollnt
could furnish aind miadle a brief sur'vey
of the situation, finding that 20(
could he used( wvithin short notice.
The bureau of public roads wvat
asked by tihe postoffice department t<
furnish trucks to carry the mails, Il
necessary, it was Indicated In th<(
Hold Dental Clini'o.
Dr. L4. A. Riser, in charge of coun
ty health work, has receivedl a r'eport
of the work done in the dental c'lin
ics which were held somec time agc
in Newber'ry county. Four free clin
ics and one pay clinic have been held.
Schools inspeted by dentists nuim
bered 25; pupils inspected totaled 2g
136, accor'ding to the report ; puplli
wIth decfectiv'e teeth numliered 1,862.
Pupius aittendhing the flye clinics held
inmberedl 133. The total number of
corrections andl treatments at all clin
ice was 370
Mrs. Vanderbilt Asked to Open Fair.
Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt, presi.
dent of the North Carolina State Fair
association, will, if she accepts an in
vitation extended her, open the South
Carolina state fair this fall. R. M.
Cooper, Jr., president of the South
Carolina Fair association, invited Mrs.
Vanderbilt to colle to Columbia for the
fair and officially open gala week.
Monday, the first day, will be ladies'
day and every woman in South Caro
lina, if they will come to Columbia,
will be admitted free of charge all day.
Mrs. Wilson G. Harvey, wife of the
governor, is also inviting and urging
Mrs. Vanderbilt to come to the state
fair. Mrs. Harvey is chairman of the
women in the state fair drive. She
will entertain Mrs. Vanderbilt at the
executive mansion if Mrs. Vanderbilt
accepts the invitation, which, officials
believe, she will.
PreI lent Cooper, In his invitation
to .rs. Vanderbilt, says:
"Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt,
"liltmore, N. C.
"Mtly Dear Mirs, Vanderbilt:
"South C'arolina's greatest state fair
will open here on Monday, October 23,
and continue throughout the entire
week. The modern exposition, which
we are now assured we will be ablei
to present. i in a large measure due
to the spiOndid support we are recelv.
ing from the ladies of the state.
They are thoroughly organized and
are taking a most active part in our
reconstruction progrom. They seem
determined that under their leader-ship
the shate fair shall prosper as never
"The unique position you occupy as
the guiding hand of the leading state
fair has proven a great incentive to
our ladled. They proudly boast of
the strides that are being made under
your stewardship. They mean to emnu
late your good example and he th]
leading spirit in our greater state
"In honor of the ladies, we have
designated the opening (ite of our
fair as "ladies f'ree (lay." "Welcome.,"
in ('lpital letters will be written over
our adlinis.lonl gatewtays. They will
lie our gulests to study the educational
r'xhibits awl (n11 j"y tle many aiu.;e
lent featuor's. !Honor will be 1:'id to
whom hlelor is due.
'Apptr'oiriate and elaborate cere10
ni's will mark the event and[ in ar
ranging that clay's program it is the
eat'tn'.n t wish o Jill' boartt of r lr:
that yelu honoer as with your' presell '
and offic'ially olpen Liu' state fair. In
no otheilr way coultd we ;o sincerely
show our appreciation r," the goo d
work ao:'mdnplished by the ladil's than
by affordina'. the'm1 the oppot'tunity of
meeting and greeting the t,.lt (list i11
guished hloly in the C:<pasition world.
"On b half of our entir t organiza
tion. I Cx;''nd to you a nost cordial
invitation. hiopeful that you will (,race
the grater state fair wi.h1 your at
Trucks Take All of Road.
'ehiCles carrying a iai'. the wid!th
of ;wh ich is ou%,r Selln :,nd onle-half!
feet, viola'te I;,e State1 h:w anii thes
o)wn~ers: are' subljet 11) arre'st. th' 'statoi
highiway depart m't poited ir it lln an
:w(" 0 t a l"r 11o11 J. f. Sirr;ne &':
(Co.. ofi Greali', as. to the widhil of
ways oft SOuhl C'aroiCna.
Itle lawii on1 theC pint as theily ciai in1
Greenlville C'oun:ty Itu Xs loaded'C with
(':4ton, I wVO bailE's m-CC''Cs the tru'ck'l. of
ton mea0;surle lOS inICes or'i ter'e'aua
arnd it is pra( cially impossible' 11 for a
'ooll 01 t.o pass~l1 thiese tru'IC'ks1 on lhs
L. HT. Thomas, se1'retary of th~'stat1
highway ('0mmis hsion, 1poinltedl nut the
ntof 1920)WI wich proCvides(' that no v'e
hiele 0or load '01 ould exIe 0 a0 mximumfl
widthL of sev-en andl one-halif feet
(}over'nor I l'rey a1ppolinltd n( num)
her of sprecial d(etPCtve andOI con(1001, 1
bles for the Seaboardl Air' Line railway
and the Atlantic (Coast line railway,
the comm1 iiissin to11 hold11( from1 July
18 to Septembe'r 18 fr' thn S.'aboard'(.
The following wier'e nami~ed f'or' lhe
Seaboari Id:I RICha rd Ilid. ('hartleston1;
-ltilggs. Charilesto(n: A. E. .Ienks, Char
l eston; J. 1). 1 orkan, .\l (ultcr', (Ga.
M . 0. .Jollhnsl, ('1arilestonIl.
The following for theC Atlantie Coas't
LIne fr'onm July 15 to September' 15,
no0 addolresse's bC'ingl given : .1. N.
J1. S. Oifford, Wi. TI. Tuirner', V. It,
Caldwiell. CX. J. C'one. MikeC Sav'age,
WV. L. IIaunrr Joh n Seyle, L. P. .JaCk
son, HT. liehler'.
State Gets Crane.
-~i Th bureau1 (Jr publ)1Ic r'oads, W\a -h.
ington, wi 'rd state high way (CffhC 1.
that the departmoent hadl been Cllou'd
a locomotive crtane nlow at NorIfCClk. \'a.
The butreaut also ad(vised'O theC de
partment that eight f'armn wagConls. CCIIr
sprinkler wa'gons, andl one road graCd'r,
one cart, tank, spray andI pumplI. as
well as quantities of iro and1( maanila
rope, were' in stor'e at Chanrleston 1m1
would be turnedI ov'er to) the s-arto if
use could be made of the arti leo..
Highway Officials Suggest New Bridige,
State high way offIcials are inter'IC t.
ed in a nIew, bridge oiver the C'onvare1
at t he foot of (Gervais street. C'(nnee'Ct.
I ng LeCx inigtoln andI ftichhlind C' un11tils,
a ndl the suggestionli'1 wa adane thCI' Iat
1the two ('nuntiles might join handsk in
ere('t ing ai magnifleent a r ched tno-moC.
rial st ruc(tu re that wouhlI ad C much101
to the aittracti'eness (of thle apprCIoach
to the capital city, and at ta sam0
lime het ini memory of those~ whol died
in tile worldI war.
The structture could be huitU for ap
FORCED TO LAND IN MIDST C
HERD OF CARIBOU IN YUKON
FOUND BY SEAHCHING PART
Clarence O. "Prest, Taking "Movie;
of Herd When Engine Stopped;
Forced to Hit Trail Afoot.
Dawson, Y. T.-Like a chapter fro
tiramatic fiction reads the story
the experiences of Clarence 0. Pres
the aviator, while attempting a fligi
icross Yukon territory and Alask
-Ie flow with his moving picture c
iera abovo a groat hoard of caribo
and was forced to land in their mids
[te slhughtered one to keep fro
starving. 'rho herd is part of tlI
great body of caribou which annual
trek across the region near Dawsc
tad Eagle. Parest had flown by
roundahout way from San i3ernadinl
Cal., to the far north.
Prest's own story of his experien
is told in the following dispatch fro;
Idaglte to the Dawson Daily News:
"'T'hirty minutes out of Eagle in
angine bucked. I looked for a ian
ing place and picked what loosa
like a level spot. It was Niggerheai
Flat at the head of Deer creek, eigi
miles south ,of Seventy-Hlile river.
1ixe'd the engine and noticed a coup
of caribou. I set up ily movie camte:
so as to get thetm. More of the
were comling, so I began to see abot
taking off. 'urn iig, I not iced lis
or six hundrel caribou all around til
airship and micer. andi rushud har
eximt:'etiig to find the camera runoe
but no dalag:" was done. I got read
'o take off, but the "hip \ went upt
her nios. in the soft goit; an brol
"I hail heen) debatinlg abelat killin
a c"arib)ou, but the deba te ended wi
the ptrolu'ller brok', so I killed oi
with my :2 pistol arni bit'he red hi:
with a pocikis knife.
"I was overhauling tl. motor wh
a puf[ of wind finishi''l tih' job 1
turning the ship over onl her hs
anl bareaking the radiator. So I d
sertecd the ship, tripped off the i
slt ents aiui mulaglieti and starti
to patk. k town to the river. I. gi
down with one load and saw I w:
not g')inig to make it with the grttb
had. ;to I ached (vervlthing and win
batck is the ship andl(! slept in its t:
Sunaty night. I had l''f; my co mpai
in the t;:he' at th' t-,::ti of li:irn
ertek, ;o I started without it. I \w;
.further mit than I thought. I did i
ji'ck ip tiht. trail and mnade a lot of iu
ne essary} cichly:. 'lilm inti moulitlii
for 4li''rvatin):. It was rainintg sten
fly hmt. 1 had eqippedi~t myself with.
Sil.1 v an1 (f' ga;is )lin' to mhai ' fir':.
"\lly si''ianihm ifeet wer'e. giving o
eld I 'vt -4 afraid to li down' lto~t s~t*
144n-il l on v W t'.:ia I stuck ii
trail at N~himrod4 Ihar and shoirtly aftt
a Mcareintg parity hl.we in sight."
Eskimo Tribesmart Kilis Seven Me
(Cantadiani ilmunt c'i police has j-u.t4
rivedi withP newso of thei murde'ltr ofi se
('n mten by'. an fEskimo. whol ran1 amu<li
(3n1I I''rst'i'h Islail I indson flay, to'
lii)mthi' augo. Iils vic'timls we're Co
st abli' Iloaiik 4)f thle moun111ted4 tforet
(. I Hinder. H111(1son Bay factIor an td Ii'
iif his tib)'~Esmen.
Thl'e I'sklnio, a younog seal hung
(01omales a-s they lay slein'~g2 m1
ni1ght. I ast ? Marich. Th'ie moun111ted 14
line trailcd himu, ca pturedl him at
broiuight himn batck to li erchel 151lan
whbere hie was jailed to) awaIt fi
fort the tiauriders1.
guiii'l Ithe' ilsk imo. One night as t
o)ff'icer sl e pt his p risone'r .se'iedh
rifhe and kill-d hu im. Wheni 111in44
thlreatenoed toi lut offt the escape tI
\La.'king Is way:. hack to) the t rib
t hi' murderlrc'i fold his fellowvs hii hi
:ihiefl (('ven mieni and14 ct'lated hei
I ':de~d to '"wipe 4)44 thie rest ofI i
siand.'' Tiwentt-fouri boors laiter !I
Theic prisoner may lhe brioughti
high tfee~ling ruintitg amon01i. hi.- tr'ibe
nein atI the Iiu icon liay post.
Files Suit Against Mob Members.
~ .\(acon, (ha. -.-- .loh n1 Stanly, depu)i1
sherff' of Wilk inson county, wh'lo wv
.'Ihit wvhile defeinig .Ilmi Doenaan. ii
gr'o. when a mob01 took I th nlegro) frm
a jil i at Itrwin ton se'ver'al woeks ag<
tiled suit for $20,ioi00 damages inl thP
federal coutrI here. Th'Ie de~puty she
iff names10 t'ourteen Williamusott count3
tmen as dhefendant.
Child Fails From Train.
ltichmond(14(. V.a. --- While a Suitnda
sichol~ exc~urtshonl train1 goitng at th
rate( of 3 zmiles an houtr, wa cominl
from Ilitekrioe lienchi, Va., to IRichi
mond1(. Woodson W. Woodaird, twe
yeold( sten of .\tr. anid :\r. Chlie.
W. WLoodard', oif this c'it3y, fell oti
of at ('ioh wi ndowv as5 he r'eaed~ tor '
toy halloont. 'The tr'aln was stoppel,
and1 t' excutrsioni st.s beeonme almos
pan ic-str3i ck en. A few 3minu1tesei lalte(
ni fr r ' found the little Woodart'
cI hl anderinltg ailong the rillrcnat
tracks, toy balloon In his hand.
ABOUT LOST GL
Parents Identify Child as Their
Own, Then Discovery of Body
PROBLEM FOR POLICE
Small French Village Is Torn With 4..
Excitement Over Baffling Mystery
-Body of Child Found in
Paris.-A hallitng mystery is ex
n1 citing the inhalitants of the small
)f Brittany village of (inos Al IALdt, near
t, Cl'tutenulin, in the Brest district.
t; Eatriy in' April ia little girl, Pauline
. ('leard, (isIpIpeared from her parents'
;. farm, not the slightest clue existing
u as to what had baecotme of the child
t. find till searches proving fruitless,
a ''intilly, it wh1*ths tght she mnust have
o been r1r l tied off by gypsles, IlthIoIgit
none had ben obiervehi in the neigh
ni h0ood nit the times of her disap
, Just when the parefnts had gi ven up
hope of finding their dtughter, it was
c retinrle i from ('herburg thi t a sintll
u girl itti b'e'tn I'0ound wa:ndiering there,
wiho~se ua nd tlt appeat':ranee c'orre
y Spoinded to that of the inissing I t ei'u l
to C(herbIour;.: and declared the Child
t Don't Know Parents.
I A entio fnt, ithowever, aVHS that
e the chilh did not seert to recognize
i the parents itcn ied h*rnIrtitti initeui witn
n inldressed In Itretemn, although IPauline
t had been used to speak11 that i:nnguage'.
o Tak11en bein~e, the chibi was rcecognized
o by necighint'rs :1111 thein. p li~e ttirer
k-who' nIeetni:ninh- he"r tro (Cherb~ourg
, ws;t s:urislieId that she re:lly w\as
y i'auline 'i:ird, ib hion::h ri-r'e was
i no in dietitn :ts to iio w she had
to reached t'heilmtirg .
T.Ihe addventuret thus apearedl to"
g Intve reaehei, a iapp1.y ending: until re
n ce'ntly :1 startling discovyery' was intal
e which inales the who'le :tftfair 1tore
n rnytster'ious thla1n ever. A f:irit' .ro.s
in;: a field about a tulile fror1nu 1.1ous .\I
it Linlu dlis overed I orbviii
y hatt'e 11'11y of :t siutt trirl, ent-jrely
ik nulmt 1 til the heads edit .lf. ("loe by,
. " enrefouily fuhhdd bry the ('lothes.
I- Recognize Her Clothes.
T h'ie faIriner hus'rieod tic the vill."t~e
1i L rti'iurned wih ghi rmlies, i
it d N't 1 mtoi g e e
Ir b I'li
a oh ~ uh tot hle ntile , the r
b it w i Pnh 'i l b t ?. i n- lf
atii ihe Prets sh.uhi miake
lhi' 'e P hs arte now'. lunte'r
hete the ( ihbl t hey ha ve bneen
H'' '-' more1* t han a 1uont1h ia
wnIti'li, an tii li'he p ice are
K il. andl if sheu I iistroved tl be
0 auhneu 'iiud, dhi.~ unver te iden'tity
ofI i hth lite irl' iirom tiihrbur'
CUTS THiRD TEETH AT 114
8 Former Slave is Just Learning How
to Road-Born on Christ.
Y Is onem hunttdred 1111 fouri it e itjr
oldl, 1s e'xlhiitg her' ithird Set of
Sheu has1 at liltper, liltriotinrg 1o haivo
been' rti iiten by ai personit 'vi wh'rie.si
formjier'ly lievitwo wa'is int pios(sessio
iiif the( i (18l, wlihl 81tateis 1th s11(
-wats bornt In North Catrol ina: ontCl ('hrst.
-t ias daty, I1807. orn in Sltavery, she
sitsys she~ was1t miori thantl fifty yearsi'
ol when't shte wast ''nmincipat Ierl
SitSe does~ till her't owv htotusework
iI iaired, anud wIthI a primnor tand tite
Itelp of i a nerigihor slip 1s litrnintg to
rend, Shte Is suppiorte.d by the char.
it of inelghblors and of others.