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TO SOLVE QUESTION
Senator Tillnuiii Tired of Competition
in .Shipbuilding and Proposes Mini
Uncle Suui shall liuild the Biggest
one that can be Hunt.
Washington, July 10.?Senator Tlll
man of South Carolina today sought
to launch In the senate a movement
to have the United States build the
best battleship the world can ever con
struct, and then withdraw from tbe In
ternational race for big battleships,
but the movement stuck In the ways.
The South Carolina senator had his
battleship resolution all prepared, and
showed it to numerous senutors, but
decided to defer Us presentation on
account of the Lorlmer cubo having
right of way.
Senator Tlllman would name the I
proposed dreadnaught the "Terror."
He would provide the maximum thick
ness oT armor, the maximum size of
gun, the maximum speed and the max
imum size that would enter dry docks
and pass through the Panama canal.
Senator Tlllman preferred the name
"Terror" to "Skeered-o-Nuthln" sug
gested once by Senator John Sharp
Williams In the house as the name for
an American ship outranking In size
the English drendnaughts.
Senator Tillman's resolution would;
call upon the nav.il affairs commit
tee to Investigate the details of the
very best battleship possible and to
report whether one such overpower
ing vessel would not be better fo the
United States than to continue "by
Increasing taxation to spend the mil
lions and millions of dollars now in
prospect In the race for the naval su
"Let us find out just how far we
can go with any degree of safety, and
go there at once," said Senator Till
man. "Let the 'Terror' become the
peacemaker of the world; let us leave
?mnio money In the treasury for oth
er and more necessary and useful ex
pendltures, such as good roads, con
trolling the floods In the Mississippi,
draining the swamp lunds In the south
KILLS NKAR BEER.
(Jeorgla Solons Pass more Stringent
Prohibition Law than any yet At
Atlanta, Qa? July 10?The Alex
ander-Tlppins substitute for the fam
pus "near beer" bill, one of the most
drastic prohibition measures in th<
history of the state was adopted to
day by the house of the general as
sembly by a vote of 120 to 42.
Supporters of the measure in tht
house express confidence that it will
meat w ith little opposition in the
senate. The voto by which the meas
ure was adopted today also was suf
ficient to pass the bill in the event
that it should be vetoed by Oov.
As adopted by the nous" the Alex
ander-TlppJns bill prohibits the s;ile
of beverages containing more than
one half of one per cent alcohol, any
where In the state. In addition to
this provision which was aimed at
the "near beer" saloons, stringent
measures are provided which practi
cally Will put the ban on locker clubs
of every description throughout the
By the provisions governing lock
er clubs their control it left practi
cally in the hands of the governor of I
the state. Provision also is made for
the prosecution of officials of the
clubs, for perjury in tin- event of
false testimony regarding the dis
pensation of beverages containing
more than the proscribed amount of
Several amendments to the meas
ure were Introduced including one to
leave the matter to be decided by the
popular vote of 'he citizens of the
state. All however were defeated.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS.
(Copyright, 1910, by Rev. T. S. Lin
scott, D. D.)
The Growth of the Kingdom. Mark
lv:26-32: Matt. xiil:33.
Golden Text?Thy kingdom come.
Thy will be done on earth as in heav
en. Matt. Vi: 10.
(1.) Verse 26?What does "the king
dom of God here stand for?
(2.) What Beed is hero referred to
and what is the ground in which it Is
(3.) Whom does the "Man" repre
sent which sows the seed and how Is
the seed sown?
(4.) Verse 27?After a minister or
teacher or any other Christian has
sown the seed of the gospel ought he
to be re?tful or anxious concerning Its
growth? Give your reasons.
(5.) What Is the proof that the seed
of the gospel will when sown always
bring forth Its proper fruit?
(6.) Verse 28?The earth produces u
great variety of things by self propa
gation, without human instrumental
ity.. Would you say, or not, and why,
that ( IirItlunlt) . is in any measure
analogous to this, (This is one of the
question which may be answered In
writing by members of the cinh.).
(7.) In preaching the gospel in hea
then lands what are generally tho
first results and what are the various
stages In the process toward the ripe
fruit of Christianity?
(8.) What is the meaning of "the
full corn In the ear" as applied to the
fruit of Christianity?
(9. Verse 29?When the seed of tho
gospel is sown in a human heart or In
a country does It ever die without ger
minating even if years Intervene
without visible fruit? Give your rea
(10.) What Is the earthly fruit of
(11.1 Who are they that reap the
harvest and enjoy the fruit of the gos
(12.) When will the final harvest of
Christianity be reaped and what will
(13.) Verse 30?What would you
comparo the kingdom of God to and
what are some of the other compari
sons which JesuB makes elsewhere?
(14.) Verses 31-32?What are some
things like the mustard seed, exceed
ingly small, upon which vast Issues
(15.) What evidence or Incidents can
you give to illustrate tho fact that the
small mustard seed becomes a very
(1C.) In what respect or In how
mar./ respects Is Christianity like the
(17.) What is the quality in the gos
pel of Christ which makes its seed so
(is.) Matt. xlli:33?Whom does the
woman In this parable stand for?
(19.) What does the leaven here rep-'
(20.) What will be the final effort of j
Christianity upon this nation?
Lesson for Sunday. July 28, 1012. j
The Wheat and the Tares. Matt.
Bible question Club
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tlons on tho Sunday School Lesson I
published in The Advertiser, also i
Lesson Itself for Sunday
. 191.. !
(Date) the series of 52.
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CHAILESTON A WESTERN CAROLINA RAILWAY.
Change in Schedules, effective 12:01 a. m. Sunday, Nov. 26, 1911.
Main Line?Spartanburg Division?Spartanburg-Augusta.
N. B.?The following schedule figures are published only as information
and not guaranteed.
12:10 p m
Lv August Ar 12:10 p
Wood lawn 11:19
(Marks Hill 11:04
Plum Branch 10:34
Cold Point 8:42
Ar Spartanburg Lv 6:50 a
Greenville Brunch Luurcns-Grocnvllle,
?55 52 Station
8:10 p m 3:12 p m Lv Laurens Ar
S:2S 3:30 Barksdalo
?:34 3:38 Cray Court.
8:38 3:43 O wings
8:50 3:56 Fountain Inn
9:01 4:09 Sliupsonvlllo
0:12 4:22 Mauldln
9:30 p m 4:10 p m Ar Greenville Lv
??54 and 55 are dally except Sunday.
ERNEST WILLIAMS, G. P. A..
8:20 a tn
8 ? 03
7. ."> 7
7:00 a in
10:25 p m
5:02 p m
12:20 p m
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