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VOLUME XXX. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1915.
Initial Meeting of Congres
GIVEN THEM ALL
1l. A. Morgani, of Greenijinie, was (lie
Six candidate; offering their servic
es to the people of the Fourth Con
gressional district to till, the vacaicy
in the, National lial of Representa
tives caused by the resignation of .los.
T. .Johinsotn, intaigurated the cai mpaign
in tiis collily Motiday by speaking be
fore an ordery and attentive aidience
at Clintoni. The meeting was held In
the Pastime TheaIre which had been
kindly loanied tor the purpose by its
owlners. Witi all doors and windows
Opened an1d electrie fans senlding cool
Ing breezes from every side of the halil,
the very best was maide of an uiusial
ly hot. dJay and tle candidate.... spIoke
under con(itions whiel were not at all
uncomfortable. When tle ieeting
was called to order by lion. Wilson W.
1iarris, elreseitative in the state leg
islature, all of the candliates .were
preset - except Mr. .Aliller, who had
imistinderstood the time of opening.
When tli ieeting opelied the
-iousc was hardy half full, but dutring
e110 addresses of the first speaker, h1. A.
Alorgani, the crowd gradually ineas
ed un tii there were inl the neighbor
hood of 150 voters preseit. After lie
address of Mir. 'Morgan and Mir. NICii
olls thle crowd begani to dwiidle again,
thoigh it held ip very well uintil the
eil, tlie last speaker, il, . Miller, be
Ing heard by probaby two-thirds of
tho-e who l entered the froit door.
From ile seatlered appai se which
gr'ted 11ie (andidales, little coild be
4"'lered v; to their relative polimlar
It' . Whetlher or not the litte spon
tatteus oltburst of applalse foll owv
Ing the very -brief speech of Mr. Miller
intended as an enlldorsement of what
he said Or the brevit , witi whi lie
,aid it cll ontly be deteriniied h, lv the
future1-. Mir. .\lillor spoke hardl iree
minutles, wh.Ill( al of the ofner Canldi
daltes took 11, Itheir' flll time of thirty
TlI cafildaie s 1(1 0! Ined them selv es
strictly to discusson of Ir riespec
live p!affomI., no appeal being made
to local or state factions, the IIeai'est
approl)ch to a deviation from this pol
y bVng (made by Mr. Gainnt whose
ounatry into classes and sections.
f . A. Morgan.
11. A. Morgai, of Greenville, was the
first speaker. .i'. Moorgan gave the
lmpres.iOI of a self-conildent and
sl f-cont aiod man, with a mIlnd train
edl to precision and order. lie said he
did not wish to be knowni as the cnn
dIda]te from reenv iI I, but as I lie ieip
r'esentative of the eti re distruict. As
all of the cand(idates5 were alr'eady
pledged to sutppiort the piniiples of
thle Demoe'a tic pilatform, they couldh
di ffert only in methIod att arivi;ng at
these aims. Tihe selectionu of a eon
grecssman, then, was left la rgely
to a mat01ter' of' iersonial choice
anrd thle vole rs, lie sid, wvould
n~hake no iislake in selecting any oiie
of the sIx candidates. Mir. Mlorgani
advocatedl inicreasedl miil itary iprepar1
cdness. by increaslig the iiumbler' ,f
thle citizen soldIery, an thtle paiiymuett
of the militia for' actual dlavs in trouti
lng or' at wvork. lIe aidvocatIed govern -
iten t o wner'shiip of sh Ips, gov'ernmntili
supit ion~'ilt anfd di teet ion of marP11Cdling
wariehiouse systemt, f- a-c.red' rtra It're (d
its, the returtn to the .Etin ofth 1W'i
legal e .om) liux evi:'d iafe'r' (Thv'l
lI. .loirgaIn uitgedi 't:tt ,1 11in '' V 'o'
tod wh1o will be .'h!e I > o.n' nt Ith e
tranined and finirhed legislators of thbe
noth t' i r . Alor'a I I w 'i ' re'u.1
M. J. NichtoliR.
reeilved wvith set tt'ering a a .t'we~ lII
% 'un'eh'd at onice in :> the~ 'lh ibst' n of
(00 dephositedI 'iy t:ie uave'rnueent in
Gre enville and Sjpian'me' ba'nkai lar-t
gall t'o aid tile farmners of the fourth
4'WdlstriCt market thieiir cotton by bor'
Qv~ ~ing rnojney at a low r'ato of inter'
QIA Mir. Nicholls declared that not a
Sof thid~ money r'eaced Lantti'ons
County and that what wxs loaned In
Greenlville and Ipruu a loan-.
ed at approximtiI.ely t pej cenI. iltor
Q'st. lie would cliatge tlhis by loaning
thIs money through bonued govern
tue n t agents all over tihe dIst i-et, at
approxiniately 3 per cent Interesi. Mr.
Nicholls advocated goveraintient owner
shiP or ships so that "oui proitiets",
cotton presumably, could be shipled
to (Ge'llialny. IlIo Would hlave fedl'ral
aid for good roads, rural eerdits by
which tie govn lmen t would guaran
tee farini mortgages, op posed ithe let
vid for good roads, rur'll crdits by
Colt(ra1ct oil accouit. of liegro comn po
litioln. As an illdientioln or his stand
lng inl his own coimmuilty Nlr. Nicholls
lointed out that le had been coulity
attorney and ( cit' attorney for e igIt
consecutive yeirs and through four
changes of adni stration. Mr. Nieli
oils closed amid applalse.
I. C. Blackwood.
Ira ". Ilackwood in aIde tihe Itiost
polished spe-ech of' tihe day, his periods
being well rouinded and i-is word i or
nate. lie was rather wary of proiis
es. lie forecasted pen iolns for Con
rederiate soldiers out of the federal
treasury. ie IIjecced a1 lIe(w Idea into
a ineeling largely bare of orilgiality
Iin advocating governienLt regulation
of tailroad rates so that small townus
Would not be discrimninated aga linst to
the advantage of cities. To the ine
<Ittal ity In freigih t rates, Mr. Ilackwood
ascribed the centralization of popula
tion and trade. Nil,. Bilack'wood advo-f
cates some form of rural credits, but
did not go Into at detailed discussion
of tile subject, stating that Ie had a
pian of his own which would not entaii
depletion of the national treasury. le
waquld have saiitariumiisII built all over
the country fot' the treainelt of peo
ple unable to pay for the belefits of
The keynote of It. J. (hinni's sin ech
was struck in his opena inhg Ie liarks
wh'len lie said that whi'ten tle niioalliat
governlienit failed to "Il olect i,, pWO
ple" from the oppression of inorthelr.
liolloipolists las ', le vow eI then
lie would coimle out and make a l'.ght
for them, Ilhen .\I'. GatlIauniled 1
Into a discussion of ulsitc.s cond :
tion1s, laying the blaine oh'r the poverty
of t he soultliei farmIlier u1 il ponllt th1'
I'usts fostered by tile national govern
nient. As a ininneea of th ei lls,.\ir
(.LItt l proposd a plan l the aor
lzaltionl of Cotton. Ilie rCa: that. Lth(t
ship ptinelhase bill Was tuntrary to the
principles or the deimo(ratic party and
Vwa.s 1: only a s'cheiie lo sel! German C
ships Interned In Amerlerian waters. Telie
I; Iianial strengehcy of last fall .r. I.
'Ga1nn lay at. the feet of -ecretary M.\=. t
Adoo, who, lie said, w.as in league with i
Wall stireel interests. M r. (ala 1Is I
spech was largely a tirade against I
trusts and corporations.
V. IV. Johnsoll.
W. W. Johnson, of Union, said It
was Union's time 'o have a represenI
tative In congre.,s that she had not,
been favored with representation there
ill 7110 years; tihe last. represetative from
thiat County heling his gr'andfathler', lie
dId nlot bse his clalim tfll suppior't utp
Oil thIs, how~ev'er, 1but in wveighI ing thleI
Candidaltes, lie said( thatl wher~e allI
other' thigs .were eiua Ili Is shiould
be~ a deeldIng factor. .\lr. .lohnluson ad-I
voented some system of r-urtal credIts.
but he pollntedi outt t hat Iloan Ing of gov
Clrnment11 money was not0. 8(ound1 1po11 t
ln.t econlomly, ats th11 governml 11enlt. had
110 mon1ey to loan, Its tfunds being rais
edl In only tw ways~i3', taxt. io and11 11( sale
of bonds. I Ie advocented( governm iientI
owniership ofC ships, favored lederal aidl
f'or' good r'oads1 CederiaI eionIsi for01
('onfednerateC soldir os andh clo sedl lby de
('larinlg his ai1tlonl to doi somre grood
fot' the people0 of theii d ie1(t anld of
A. hi. Millecr.
As alreaC~dy stalted, A. II. \lIllar'
sploke hut severall ltinintesi, pioinltingr
olut hla~t lie was a farm1er1 ad had 11a1 0
hnoletdl2e of farmer's needs., lie took
lawivrs and1 "'whait-nt,"~' saying that if I
the t'armer~s and lborinlg classes want1
id someoneIll toi lrelpesent the1ir illtel'
dsthey. hlouldn'leet 50ome 0one whot biyI
Was In symathlty wvith 11heir needs.
To ('h'ant ('etry,
Il'rsonlin lteI'ested Illn the 11enver I
UnmIl ceme11try3 hlV have beenurequesteri toI '
mleet at Ithe Cemetrty Onl Frtidayv, JIu ly
ttI, for thbe liirpose5 of cl ean ing eff 1
the lots. ,it is desIred thant. 11lans be
made to stayi3 all day so that the work
1mny be thoenugrily (dnne.
SITUATION IS CO
Jnsatisfactory Reply of Impe
can Note may Lead to B
tions if not Worse. Pres
in Framing Reply.
Washington, .July 10.-Ollilal \\ash
nglon takes a grave .vIew of the situa.
0n11 pr(1odtled by (Ie'nmna iiy's refilsal to
Wet tie (1dem1 allds of the UI;i te ol States
!:owing out or the sinikiing of ti Lusi
i:i with a loss of inore than 100
'pon lI relAient \V Iison rest the
irilen of (leciflilg tle policy which
he 1'nItel Stales i: to folow. Quiet
y an( carefully he is considering the
i.tIation, it was stated at Ilie White
souls;e afteri lephone 'oiiconliliientilons
vitii the presidlent it CornIAh , N. It..
d( the n11try iay expoel h1im1 to no't
%i-h "dliher.'ation m; well as Ei'rm
'" whien he hos exam ined all pha;:
of I!hie proheI.
.Secretary Lasn ithh oml
n-nt. A'; sooni as tlhe com'O plete ()i
i:l te::t of the (erian Ieidy arrives.
'hie will le tonlorow, Ie will bev in
careful study of it and on Monday
w 'i'iesilay will go to Cornish for a
onference with IIe presihleni. The
reklden. will then reItrn to lay he
ore the cabinet tle course uipon1
vhich lie has let em ied.
But One Course.
\\'hat anlconi tIhe 1'itul states will
ake oflicials tolayv voitid not prelict
vilih cvrtaintly. S ei of, those who
lave beeni familiar with the presi
lent's .point of view andI w I1htl the
Mclails of the present siltiioII. how
V'i, POilt i'd out le th er I ' 1:e seenid
o lie but one iur opno witi digInity
Ild honor to the l'nife'I States--the
'a I numerl e;;r'tIen amad exO're' of the
hsof neutials on the hih re:s inl
1'rr '' 1 w ith I hl elthli zl I lo-in
Ph's of internatinfionial law. Resvaioniri
'ility for any Iuiptuire in frienlly re
fbons w hi heli h so e any clile
Of wIen the I lnite1 States ani Ger
lany, it w-aS decalred, would then fall
'!TY TO BUY
AUTO F!RE TRUCK
3hin es ('ontemnplatetl.
Asked yeSti-oly av. to the pro'spect.
f tile city h)uying -In . auto tire truc1.,
layor' Ia bb tel that thlie conli il
ail hadO the i' matfer InIler (lelibela
ion for somle Iit' and had about'def
Oitely decided to purcha so one of the
loSt m11oderni anld up-to-date imaclines
n1 Ilie arket, ai Amrican LaFran-e
riple combinai tion machilne. cost Iig
a the neighborhood of $8,000, less
5100 wihleh the manufractir ers would
flow for the cielilcal tank on the
reseni hosr' wagon.
'The mayor sliowedl a co-py of a letter
'hieh file city clerk had written to
tier citilea, enqu-ring about the ma
line, aniid thle r'eil ies re('etved. Lot
ers comnmending the fire truck very
ighly we're ireceived from Anderson,
rnangebiiirg, Atlanta, Spartanhuirg, C'o
nil had thle mat teir under considera
rembiis, fhii., Greensboro, N. C., and
iime rous othier places.
'The maclinle wleIh thie city3 fa thers
are In view, a the name .indIentes,
a eombi1 nation hose, eliem ical,
d (oin'i evervy (lass of wiork requtIred
0 a ('ity thlis ir ge or liarger.
l..ST h)AY F"Ot lN1?O)l.ihIl:NTl.
h~t o : ii 0 I her i e f :: in'cei the s
ain rv '1 no lle nt')ii Jor. i :W'ar toI
rtl tay to r 1mn:.lar a;i i! .e l ion
'~aary. Thw ho o-a- n:vivan -1 werI e lOn
101ll1xv1d n b Ior th at vo maryin w!il.
o velo enroll a;.i A' orddn
Ton a etr ittn if .vr. n . .1. ).r
'lsons tho ha til e iosved hi'Ii lite l
le'ion wli(lll be( entild tv'o vdie het
riec(1ic where1 Ig.The voe1d i ad'eM i.
Defo aomitime. a'hitblue tto
lacethemthn th ios o'if heir ('.1011y
lie same afternoon, being lir(eeded by
hioirt ser'vlces at t he home, lead by'
ir. C. ni noho.
rial Government to Ameri
"eaking of Diplomatic Rela
ident Wilson will Take Time
upolln the Iker'lin goverl-lient. Tlu'ee
I:- as, yet no definite rys;talizalion or
opinionl unioig oalliials ac, to details
bu tle listic en lidelicy i., ioward a
reiteration nt only 11n a for-mal note0
biut in el(ual practice of tihe prinllelcs
for which the linited States has been
con te n ding.
lirina's No Alliance.
The illaillilnous; verdict of .hi ,h of
fla ilIs was Ilat tile German reply was
thoroughly nilsatisfactory anld lIaves
III situation exar-Ily at the point
wlere it va: in thc days imilledial(I:.
following the inking of the luisiaiala.
\\'hile the conililed asse'rlon of
Ainer:coln ri1hV, inl tHu, future is Ilrged
as -:'11 a courSe to be tf)!Io\wed(, it
i *"V':li )e . 11 b ha the 'l'nited
abs n i,(ot almin10on 1hw demlamis"
It ias 1inad for tle disavowal of in
tent to drown .Amrica I.; aid dmcinl-Il
for reparati on.
Georinany's refus:al onl these plo'nts.
iliaY lead to steps by the I'nited States
to shw its disapproval of the !ast
Inot. \Whet her .\ i hassador Ge rard
Inight he r(ecalled or a eoiplete sever
'nev of 0l lilonmtie relations ordered
was agail discussed inl official (ir-les
'IS well as amlong- diplotnatIMSt.
Befe:'o takcing; any definlite ses
hiowever, otls fai liari with Iiplo
itiii' li reCdeilt anid intelrlintiolll 11s
age declared that tlie .\moriaii gov
er''inheilt prohably wouh senild a lie!
to Cvrmany formally rejct iIg th1"o
pi'opo:al to perillit the Inrs ricitedl
U's' of .\mieric pa 5(1ssing'-lr hi! 1ro
vi0 lthey c-1riried no n11111t ifonl of
wr '. In t he :-11-' noloe fom:1 not iti
catnn rohl:would be ive to the
'GJ::n .- I -l m i oif th^ 1n'tenonl (
of tiie nitied -tte to continue to ex
.'1 ilt Ei s :i: ith' the li 1) o i '
. I :: : 1!:Cl ) tet Yu .
;'! over the coun Iit-'tI. fo
.;,hool trulstce. of th- .. orn t1 di: -
Itrie.ls. In m1ost. of ftn di.Ainetsi the
oltI boardS W01r4 re1l11dvte pr.
:ling ('eltillent .hIelln in r'vori of
allowinig former board.-; to < 1t In w
the work whic il most of thm"l hlie
faithfully performed for t he Ilast
In tle city of L.:nirens, 'oisiderab'e
activity%' (evelopleI a f'w Id-.as pr'evious
to the electon with the lreslit that
si'':iral tickcetsi were ;dlace i ini thle
field. The voters were no 0t un an, mous11
ill voting the straight tickets :id out
f'or their use, so a mixed t i;'ket '::n
electedt, as follows: 0. Il. siinunos, (.
II. ito er 11'.f. I. IT ughe's, .1. C. (Ow! ng.
.I. Ii. TIeague, W. IL. Gray and Mh. 1,
of t he oild boa rd. 'The isiiui mSli the
elet iIon were not puiti ily detined,
w'as dissatis;fact ion in somie iquarit-r
over' thei way' in whichl sevieral ilt I:':
wer'e hiandle'd by thle old boar id dur
na; Ithe pa'st year. 'Thes'' maitter'.;. he'.
('7mliar.iw. thle nombI1ers of thle no'w!
Ill anii .M i-ywr h d
WI lI SEIIVE DIN Nil?.
Iilles of (i'ry ('ouirt Will Sell IDinn er
On 'Te Day1 oft Speing.hii
Tlhe ladies of tine Grlay C'onurt Owving
schl a har iheeni'd d~iner next F~ridaiy,
the daiy thi"es andida tes foi' Congress
Spcak. lh'!iides ai barbei(Cun dlinner., a
r'Cgliar din ner and li1ght r'efr'e-hment.s
wvill lie on sale. The prioceeds' vilti
he utseid by3 thle associatlion for thle iml
pirovemecnt of tihe school. In thle after
be(twIeen lte y'oung ani I the~ old men oit
SAVED FROM CHAIR
Goiernor 3aninil1g Connunt('0itles seni
fA'iiee of VGreeni wood Roger1s ('p1on1
1tecommkiiendaitioll of lie .Pardon
Gr20eenwood Rlogers, oile:' 'd 1g, have
heen the rin ie:h-r in a Irio o! le
subs qu: e nt I I.itril )g of t ha 1i(y or .\ .
1'. 1'. Yo t!. , neaQr Ieni> this.e4un
Iy in the ing of !14 , ;:d . i.4'en(ced
to llh elCelii:' chnir : i he 1 aI1 4.erm
t22"I in lin I 1, wa lv :ivl 1rom (lee
tIrovic I n 114 .:( . .\l ianlin Sati.vrday.
the ;-JV1:-nhr em4nnnling 1i.; (2nte
o i' 2im ri.,monoc2 t. lIt wrs w
ori inlally scnten-ed t1) be (electroented
ol Ovtobuei 41 . P'.11. Iml was Iwie
r il-, h last timle u1pon4 the very
(.I of* hisi 4.1:ellir ulion . Thev com.1
T!w hfl'!icprtorv of ft. 'as1 , which is still
ii it'. . w0' 0 1.,( i1wno!4 o!
:t of lie pardon board, which Is as
ec IIy. l > oV " a14s conlvielcd of ar
::it avl s4 e ed ( Z) be electr ei 411d.
.l". .. G. : I ;l lw:i8d lwfore Ws inl
he1'2! l (I! o er 42 I soli-ito1r C'' per
w s ('ile(d ili by he pardon bolard for
1 "P1.: : 12 :' i1.m h lofn u
2 . 2 4' r- 11n'.: c 211in" V.
Th1'is ('04 Oil was had upol the res
li 1u of 'in Yo1 un12 2 , 8 ne ''' nrg(,
who < (':'' :I]I4!:at hw. lo42 's and
l n ( ''v ll 4 I l *.\r. Yce1:n.r. IIv
c ' Ii 'a d that - a ri r.:t I) h t 1'.
: :,then hit hjim in the head with
;m acv, :tnd t!h - E11 e :hl" h..... Iv
'h". , !::. \ r 11w !..n1w i h
Inem's and Caldwell were both von
4n:. h : I w' cv t W4
1 W *enri 11j.l;).n I -
S ! to m! r y . and i.s now sprv
I ' ll . 1it- (I:d r l ( .! :1 y l,.
v12. 12(1 k:,' thaI (I h1 110, -t4(: !
O Em-ih~ecrime. i : Pil
h 0k :- mih ero shouild he saved
im Hthe iAl Jury r -oomndn deit 44 d li i:n
to 11h0 mver,4 o Ilh crl!. :,:. by ihe
furh1eri 141:lha l ille .a2livil Ir (11
-I plTo uiy fo om Youin-..
whicl plea c.lrried with it Ilik im n -
(4rison 'e I11te liegroe are guil y
they ar equac( ll"y gui 1.1. 11' i Toml
Younl" and1tf .11unk C.1bdwell are to en
ni'wi!th lif*( impis4onlm-lt, we. th1ink
if would be unjust to let (r1:eenwe,
lege ir ('0.i1.
"We therfor0'01 r'Vo12eoel ) 12th1at his
..entenco I (I commiluted to life imn
1WEi IN 1WENV'Ei.
edl .A ay1 in We'stern City.
-hwk)1 .\l. l 1nnunoni42), 404n of the 44at
.4. 4I I li inoond. 4'orm2:er'5 supervior (of
thii. 1enun12', (di(1 in a2 'D)ener. ('ol.,
., )ni:-2i2-n Frida of '. neumonia 1)021. Ilie
s1rb2fhe~ . 4Tho bod'(y was
br2o4',hi in E'' ,2in 12n2 Vesterdayi~l
2nd ilarr 1in 44o 1'2rmony\ elhureih for in..
I 2m2nt, a1 lar ge num1l2:02r of fr'iends and1(
r l-ve bin g 4)res'ent1.
.\lr lin ' m' ond)111 was :'.., 4.ears1 of a2ge.
in l I i4 - ten'i?2v. For)I te
4 f 2 -~' he 4.' -m een lIvIng in
h .-on I iv by 2th folt4 '.ini'
44 n2- 1 4 l : ?!.- r .\ :G . 1.
4) 4 .-:end~ . f Sparlonhurg:
S~a .m 'i .4- .mei
\ 14h41oin 1on2" wrk for the
Oi OranP binr' laist week, Alr. TFrank1
-4. bersont3, who11 Is well known here'(,
fell from1 a1 tree1 wh'1ich was. be ing 4imn
2' I and broke Ils 1le. justi above) the
ank11 1( oth hones10 of the eg we're
broknI;i. Th1ey werIe 2re0 Ii Cinronge
hur bu12 1t hadl to1 b1e set algain Sa Iturday
In ('ohtmia4. Ills ftlher, Mir. JT. W.
I 0iederson went) down 402r the 0opera,
41(on anud states that he i4s 1104ng as wvell
na CPnn4i( he (evneC(ted.
JOS[PH N. HOL[S
DI[8 IN COLORADO
Native of Laurens but Res.
ident of Washingon.
BUREAU OF MINES
-A Mal 11,141m ReputIt I onl inlls!"-,..
Hiound~s of the Nation. Ci.. n f'ori
Mhe Mll I'ositionl he 1luii C;m~
of .Mierit an udud iniusti.
Doctor .lo s-ph Austlin ilohinn ,i hi to
mIof lt il au of, wlin'es and ;r;
\('shin gon, a SI ienltlI t' of' .\o wil
relint itiln, and14.1 lnative of thi ci nty,
d td ill D)nver, Col., y strd :. rn
in;; of anl affect,(ionl of, thlelu
ie will be bliried Saturday ill \\ s..
in~mn vvwere he( hlas a honlie, A1 n\ vwIn
li has Spent Ith atter yoar8. : .
Dr. ll n s was ith' -.onill, a t ale
IZ%,. Z. 1,. Iliolinles andl A .\C
ltil it num and wail il h. n A Ir l
his lie. Ill I is arIy trii n It
ohdL itaurenls .\lle .\vadvwn:
h-ltered C rnlie l I'l'liverills -hi - V
Ie gradliatle v-1ted i igh ) \,- tid :
Illt: Completion of his coi h
ll11 o iC ollimes uwas c"e ' It :' r
(if ( o ilogy at fite l'niverity : h
troli , at l te sain tll w .l hiin
' li e iiceplt' (ed tpo hri in i dirltor
Wof to iiat I olGol.ie u e
--,, H loosevel'1. and v.h h1 n! ;
\\t i;tin w e re t O l ly : i tIe
:Iler:,1 l l il xil; I l f lit h-,~i('
.p sit' on. After lohe m W 1 '' I
h.la.a k in1 this ollice., hw u\:- neid
11: 1r-shh-ll Talt a.-; I-r ci" ho"1!
burau. of, in';s and iililng. T!,.- oi
i h li d nle 11H the tiIm itlh.
I o r iy LI I t ii ia i - :r
i. : . 'wiy thI wh \II ; IeIIb afe I'
lte lilt i llar ('tiitlai.h
. .n In .I :n g, iv'N w l .
t I I o lsiht or b !I I
Vau'' wll Il 1y (Tuc i t ' I t
(1 4eralion:; coarried til in ;
1411lde' r al i ll I d i 't
P!, t the- I llo \ c- and rl.ights(,
\ vtii fltes. Iy hot 'i' c .n , ciI
th laie wlIor.:1 k :ll s'll I it
tlod w: ill or min ie owers 1an w0 1ai
I: it was- dum. to Ilh(ir conl. .ier i inl
S.hionlt thatihe( as hia n e
ho htt ;eau du(Iiring the ;I I "!
111 1 of a hllo tilv politi 'al i 1.
nIt". in Ithe (pur nsuit or hie dI t In,
Alska 1that he cont(ra'Ald tI mt ady
ahich cauit sed ht is dual t.
Doctor Hlllmes enjoyed wank.. honlors
rloia scientice and other fdIaltional
'illces. Because of his i i
ater life the Uiniversity or ildinbiurg,,
collanld, Conf erred Stponl h:m1 thle hion
vary. de4gree of Doctor of Sciecets. InI
1 of his; various positions and in his