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OF SMITH'S DEFEAT
Declintd to Make Special Comment on
Columbia, May 6.-Governor Illease
declined to make any special comment
today on the results of the county
conventions but expressed himself as
satisfled with the reports he was re
ceiving from over the State. "I will
boat Smith 15.000 to 18.000 votes,"
said the governor telling of the many
letters and messages of encourage
ment he was getting on every mail.
The governor said the 3leaseites were
not much on handling clubs and con
ventions but when it came to the bal
lot box they had the votes and know
how to use them.
Governor Illease si satisfied 1i-s
friends will have a beter showing in
the coming convention than they (lid
in 1912 and when asked about the ov
erwhelming majority against him that
would be In that gathering said he was
"I am specially delighted over the
result of yesterday's election in Co
lu mbia," said the governor referring
to the defeat of Mayor Wade Ilamp
ton Gibbes for re-election and the
run over for mayor between Drs. 1.
S. l' arle an(; L. A. Grifilth. F'urther
than tis i w'oud not cxpress 4i1
Gov. Cole L. Please. Asistant At
torney (Ineral hred 11. Dominick,
and Mr. S. J. Nichols of Spartanburg
will go to Greenville tomorrow and
will make speeches in the city of
Greenville tomorrow night. Mr. Nich
ols is runn ing for congress up in tha!
district. On iFriday the governor and
Mr. Dominick will make speeches at.
Fair' l'ly in Oconee county at the
commiaen('ement exerieses of the
school there and after they are over
the governor and Mr. 'ominick will
make political addresses to th(. voters.
Mr. Dominick is running for congress
against Congressman Aiken and Oco
nee county is in that district.
Senator .John L. Mchaurin of lien
nettsville was in Columbia yesterday
leaving this afternoon for the up
per part of the state. The senator gave
out no statement while here but it is
known that he held conferences with
several of his friends. Mr. AlcLaurin
called on Governor Illease while in
the city but whether the call was
,merely personal or had to do with
the political situation is not known.
Mr. Mllarin is running for gover
nor anl.l has stated publicly that lie
intends to vote for Governor Illease
for the 'nited Stat's senate. Two
other candidates for govetiore, Mr.
Chaia ies Carrol S i ins of li111nwell
and i epresentative W. C. Irly, .r..
of Lauren.,s are war m personal and
political friends of the governor. As
to which of theses three will get the
bulk of the administiration vote is
a matter which will be settled after
the August primary.
Assistant Attorney General Fred if.
D~ominick w~ho w~as campaIgn manager
roi' Gov. Please in both of his i'aces
for' governor is a candidlate for con
gr'ess in the Third congressional dis
trict, now r'epr'esentedl by Congress
man Wyatt Alken. Mlr. Dominick has
been visiting in the Third disti'ict ev
ei'y op~poi'tunity his ofIlal duties 1)er
mitted himi to get off and it is proba
ble that after' the State convention lie
will make a more vigorous canvass.
Ile dheclared thmis 'morning that lhe was
confident of the .result andl does not
ap~pear' to be disturbed by not being
a dlelegate to the State convention
Several of the adinistrmat Ion lead
em's firomi differen t parits of th e Sinate
have been ini Columbia this week bet
no confi'mation has been obtained of
a i'umoir which has been in ciircula
tion that a caucus w~as held. The
administration leadors are not talk
ing about what planis they have
miappedl out foi' the eamnpaign beyond
the fact that they say they are wor
ried oveir the anti-flease wave which
swepit the State ini the couiny conven
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* WARE SHOALS NEWS. *
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Ware Shoals, May 9th. -The annual
commencement of our public school
took place Friday morning in the
chapel and was largely attended by
scholars and the public. 'l'he chair
man was Mr. W. C. Cobb superintend
ent. Speeches were made by Messrs.
W. C. Cobb, J. F. Mac10nroe, 11. W. Ow
ens and R1ev. J. M. Dallas. The chil
dren sung some hymns very sweetly
under the leadership of Miss Sue
Blake, principal of the school. At the
conclusion of the cxercises the chair
man, Mr. Cobb, presented two gold
medals for the best boy and girl schol
ars in the school which were won by
Miss Margaret C. Dallas, and Master
Irby South, respectively. The school
has finished a successful year and we
wish the children very happy (lays
during the long suimmer vacation.
Miss Sue Blake, of Greenwood, Miss
1Emma hll', of Fork Shoals, Miss
Clara Wiedman, of ''ray, and Miss
Dorcas Ciaham of Anderson, have
gone to their respective homes after
te:ching for the past year in our pub
lie school. We shall is,, these es
teemiei ladies from ou r mildst anid ex
tend to them 9very good wish for their
Mrs. lbtrbage of Creenville. a noted
singer, charmed a large aidience in
Katherine lhall last Thursday night by
singing some old time favorite" in
such a sweet voice that the people
were delighted. While here .\lis. flur
bige was the guest of Mr. and Miss
MacEnroe at Shamrock cottage.
On the fourth Sunday of April in
old Fr hen dship Presbyterian church,
before a very large congregation the
'!low ing gentlemen were ordained to
he elders and deacons of the church,
Alessrs. J. 11. Young. Thomas S'impson,
W. +. l'itts, Thomas Knight, Will iPitts
adi Charles Wilson. All these gentle
men are wellknown and highly esteem
ed in the community for their sterl
ing Cltistiau characte'. The Services
were conducted by the pastor, iev. .1.
The annual picnic of our public
schools took place last Friday in Itw
erside park and was largely attended
by the scholars and their parents. Din
ncr was served on the ground and the
children enjoyed ia splendid time be
ing treated by the corporation to can
dy and soft drinks in plenty along with
the diiner which was provided by the
parents and was first class in every
respect. Gtames were entered into by
the children which was enjoyed es
pecially by the boys while the girls
took the swiings which were well pa
tronized all day. The event was one
of the best ever enjoyed here.
A home talent play will be given in
the hall tonight by the school children
assisted by some others for the benie
lit of charity. A iarge audience is
.tones picnic wil be held on the 15th
of this month. You better take a hol
iday and attend tiIs great annual
event. LNotedl speakers wIll b~e on hand
to tell y'ou all the latest news about
the welfare of the state. Bring your
wife and family and it will do you all
Ourt esteteed assIstant treasurer,
Mr. J1. F. Macanre has arr'ived home
after' an extended visIt to the North.
While in Boston he attendled the great
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