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MIlFtila of South ('arolina lIsune
Originai Standig by Order of (ov,
eolumbla, Jit. 23.-denerIaI ordei
No. 2, Issued by a former governor o:
South Carolina, purporting to disban<
the organized ilitita of this State
was declared "void and of no0 effet'.
by a proclamation signed yesterd:ay
by Gov. Richard 1. Maulninlag. Tll
proclamation Was lissued after the gov.
crue' had considered tihie question to
,:veral days. Theo National Guard a .
sociation had illed a petition with, III
governor asking that the dlishand i
order hl reinded. TheP ordler of Gov.
ernlor Malnning will autonmatically r-,.
store all of the "I companies to tihi!
Thle proclamilatlonl by ('ov'..\ain
"Whereas, geni eral ordor No. 2
i.retofore issueld on tie i iii day 0i
.January, 191.1, ,t v thlt fiovernor ui
commiilanIded-in1-chief 1 of tin', org~anlizo
forces or' tlt, State o Sutiltl ('airolin
purliorted4 to dissolv , uiisterl omt anI
disband Ill of the militia of the St;li
of South aroliia, and al of the Vi
Itinteer. militia of Ithe Said State, amd
"Whereas, uinder the constIitutIonn.
W' the t'itled States and] of the Sta-,
oW South C'arolina, and 1inider theo pcn
cral statits of South ('a:-olina, Ho
pm ern601r and oamgod-c! ~
no aithoriy to dissolv, 4I'i5;,nid am
miitist'r out tIhe entire miflit i; I ut
"Whereas, the sal purlport< d ordeo.
h:ls created an element of uincertainiiy
in thei minds or ollicers aini ni' o,
the,( National GUard and of the public,
highly prejudicial to 1111 diselipliin
and elli(eincy of tle National (uardl;
"Whereas, it 's the duly of the gov
ernor and comnancor-in-chi'f of tht
organlzel forces of t ie State of South
Carolina to piromot e .he dtscliline amd
vlliaency of the Naisonal Giard;
"Now, therefore, I, llichard 1. M.an
ning, governor and cornmander-in.
chief, of the organized forces of th<
State of South Carolina, do herebi
dcclare the said purported order vol(
aind of no effect; and further declar<
that the rights, duties, privileges alid
obligations, whether civil or military
of the said National Guard and thti
volunteer militia, in whole or in part
and the officers and men thereof, wer<
tot affected by said illegal order bit
have continued and do heerby con
tinue as though said order had nevel
I 'en issued."
The following was also isstued by
"Genieral Order No. 11:
"The under6isigied, having dul
qualilled as governor of the State ol
South Carolina, hereby assuioes com
mand of the orgaiizid militia of tIhi
State of South Carolina and an
noances the following stiff:
The adjutant general: Drig. Gen
WVilliam W. .\oore.
"Military secretary, Col. Charles Ii,
"'Richarid I. .\anin lg,
"Cov'ernor and Comnmander'-ln-Chiet'.
"I think it in all right; It mecets with
mny hear'ty approval," saidl W. W.
Mocore, acdjutant general, last night In
discussing the oi'cer of Gov. .\anning
restoring the National G;uard, Gten.
Mloore said that lhe considleredl the ac
tion1 of the foi'mer govern'ior illegal.
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SpDuas of JanuaryV ab
Your choice of any Woman's Coat All Hannan Shoes to close
Suit that were priced at $995 at - $4.25
$22.50, $25.00 and $35.
Your choice of any Misses Suit that All Howard and Foster $350
formerly sold for $10.00 575
$12.00, $12.50 $15.00 -
All Howard] and Foster 32
IQ f on any Winter Skirt, these $4.00 Shoes at - $3.
13 Vt are all last Fall purchases,
positively not one in the lot older than All women's $4.00 Button
September 15th 1914. Shoes at - $3.25
13 O on all Messaline Skirts (no All women's $3.50 Button
1.3 11 old tender stock) Shoes at M M $2.75
1-3 Off on all Winter Kimonas. All women's $3.00 Button
All new last Fall Styles. Shoes at -2-9.
10on any woman's or 00f nall Men's Winter
Half Price n"C' a"""3 1-3 Off "sa"na l
HafPiechild's Coats. 001 1 uits and Overcoats
1-4 Off on all Muslin Underw-ar- 7rS
All men's high grade $1 Shirts
Half Price*"nall""linery. All men's high grade $1.50
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