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Congress Enjoys ]Recess Before Itpal
Work. President Wilson's Address
(Olves .lember' Food for Thought.
First Forensie Clash.
talingoton, Dec. 12.--The first
week of the Sixty-Fourtll conigress,
vhich is destined to be Iiistoric in the
nation's annals, brought about prac
tically harmonious organization inl
b)oth houses and revealed the deter
Iuination of administration leaders to
attemi)t no serious legislative b11s1
ness until after the holiday recess.
President Wilson's address was the
most ,important event of the week.
The address furnished members of
both houses with much food for
thought and there were many indi
cations that the defense programm0
ant revenue requirements dealt with
would precipitate long and strenuous
Owing to the dificulty of reorgan
izing the house columitees because
of the greatly increased minority, con
gress could not get down to actual
business. Minority Leader Mann does
not expect to have his committee as
signments ready intil Tuesday. Con
gress plans to adjourn Saturday until
January 3. Senate Democrats and
li)publicans will be ready with their
commulittee reo rganlIV atlonl Itomlodtrow,
but, tlhere is n1o (isposition in that
l'ranch to under(ake consideratlon of
-Any important legislation at once.
Some dy imay be spent in executive
consideration ol reces i n('iliiiationls
and1( perlaps tlie Nicaraguan treat y.
Enrl13 Fight Avoided.
Early hi the wfeek a light that
mnight. have (In i Ira::sed holiday re
cens plans sceled iimminent when it
wasi propor,(d that, anl effort. he imade
!(o r aI:"ct the eer11vl'gl'Vey war tax la'r
it ailenidmcnii Int bef'oe adjounlmliient.
Sinue.diattly it was (i.4eosed that this
wortld bo inwmossible and adminlistra
ticn leaders were con'rolnted with tie
thinger that tle wa"Ir tax law would
oil Icllenbr :'I1 andl a long PC
0Iod would fIllow inl which no m('11eor
gen'Cy rveilue Could be collected. It
waistlreuion a geed by house lad
ers, alter coiference wiIth the ways
ad(I mleals committee and iel hers
of te senate, that a joint resolut ioll
extending the present tax with tihe
tine limitation elimination should be
ado)ted. A new bill is to be s11)lit
ted after the new year. Senate Re
)nblican leaders have agreed to offer
10 opposition to such a irograllillie.
It. will be submitted to a caucis of
house Denocrats tomorrow n1ig1ht.
I l'rsidnclt Wilson's vigorous refer
('3ee in his annual addres.; of internal
t rouibles istigaled bceause of the
aropewan war by cltizens of loieign
it gave the Senate one enliiveled
day of debate during the pa t week.
Senator iloke Smin1111 of Georgia inl
Sr1odlie d a 'solut ion cnlliir.1 upon 11lie
foreign relations comiiittee to inves
t':ate with a view to recoiiniendlinvg
action oil the hit ie h biockad e agaillt
For Wide Ihillry.
Thle G;eorgia senator miade a stir
in g 11lea foir hiIs resolult ion, w hichl
a rousedl Senator' Lodge of \Ilassachu
set Is to offer anl amnendmient provid
ing for inlvest igation11 also of internal
)onlspircie~s against thle governmilenlt
and of the law and facts r'elatinog to)
bellIigerent destri'll on of the bI A
I an Ia and othe lc'passenger3 shipis. Thiis
atiirng dlebat e was the firist brush inl
a forensic battie over' tihe war situaO
tion and its alttenldant influences ulponl
thiis (countr iy and1( is certain to abisorbI
the atltion1)1 of congress for -i mily
Senate 1Blipulienn'als w il ' cr 1t)'
miorr1ow V' ('00111omimlt'e desivi':i linA
r'ecomm iii~ede by3 the stee'j comis
m11itte(e4. 1 was repiol (0(d last. i i
iirotest agaimct 4~ defealc~t of .'enato"
K'Zpjyon of lowa fur a iplac( Oil thie
forOignl r'eat ion ('onlinitteec, but this
does not1 seem lik ely now.
('alrd of Thanks .
E'd I 1or Laurens11 Adveri'lser:
Ple(ase allowv us space to thank our'
many frIends for' the kindness and
symphathby shown to us(I durlng t he ill
neOss and death(1 of our daughter and(
slster', Mliss Avic Traynhaman. M1ay
Gsod's rilchest lelssing irest upon01 them
ail. We only wait and~ hope) for aln
opplortuity to express our appr'ecla
tion by return'ilng any aid nossible,
and also to e3xpr1ess our, appr1eclation
to our' colored friends for' tile service
and sympathy shown.
Mr. and Mi's. J. HI. Traynhlam
WVaro Shloals, S. C., lIt. 2.
HlELP YOUlt LIVEit.-rT PAY'S.
Whlen your liver gets torpid( and1(
your I stomach act~s quleer,. take i'r.
K ing's New Life PillIs 1and( youl w~ill
find( yourself feelinog better. They
pturlfy the bloo d. gIvo you freedom
froml con3stipat I n:, billouisness, dIzzi. -
jus15. like you wa it4 o feel. (Ciear thme
''m11leIxii~ on 0. 2.c iat drunigk.>
Ner voni j Womieni.
- When the# nterv<\t 51ness is ('aied by
c'in.tIplet!un, als bi fiten'i the case54, yOu
:'rhun'sl lTalets. These54 ta I ts ah:u
iimprove~ the digestlon. Obtahiable cv
Yunn Said to l1nve )ecili( on First
O(lffe'Ir, bitt Accepted Whent Urged i
('kcinig, ei)c. II. -uan Shi Kai,
P riaidnt of te hiee l ii eptbli, has
ac (e tlie t hr'one of China, tender
ed to imni by Illt (ounicil of State.
ACting as a Parliament, the Council
of State ioday cauvassed the vote oil
the question of a Change in the form
of the Governmient of China to a
Ilonarchy, and found that the votes of
1,993 representatives out of 2,0-13 qiual
filed to vote on the proposition were
favorable to the change.
Tie Council of State immediately
sent to Yuan Shi Kai a peititlonI urging
him to accept the throne. lie declined
at first, but when the petition was
forwarded i second time he accepted,
with the proviso that he would con
thiue to act as President until a con
venient. time for the coronation.
Three Years a lepublic.
China for centuries under the Man
chu rule, became a Republic on Febru
ary 12, 1912, after the revolution of
1911. Yuan Shi Kai was elected Pres
ident on October 6, 1913, and was in
augurated four days later. Indications
of plals to revert to the monarchical
system Were first apparent last Au
glit, with file publication of accounts
of a meetuing of prominent men in Pe
king, who formed an association to
discl wh, Wv(liehr a m11onlarclhy was not
tihe best forn of governmnent for
The ma1:ri'ch of eveits followmic fast.
T11e Wachilinieir' for obtaining an ex
)ies;o:- of tii'ihe t nation', opinion of the
n'oposekd (hilnge having been put into
olTI oin. i. .w;s ainouniiied in lleking
(ihieen provinef.c hal volel inl favol
of, a nionarchy. 310eanwh~ile 1thv Entlente
ei, November i that.'firi(ei of tlIe
P" 'es mlade reVPreV.,ent:ui;ons to I,:
I , roararding ithe proposal to Iipet
the lNepubHcan (lovermicicnt. 'It Was
polinId out to China thali(uch a stel)
in tie midst of the Eun-open n-a-i waS
not deszirable. .Japan look a leaing
pairt in the r'epreseiation.
Chin a, howver, was not uloved by
lie attitud of t(I e oh1lie P owers, answering
theilm witi a declination to posiponle
the delesioln and assuiring thema that
file govern ient had been advised by
the provincial officials that tihey, would
be able to maintain tranquility if ev
en a monarchy wias re-established.
Lir-Ver-Lax Will iake You Feel
'i'hat tired feeling, (li h iadc
and lasting grouch are most. piobably
due to a clogge'(!d ip liver. Now, don't
make yourelf feel w'orse Iy' taking
iiasly, disagireeable calomlSi, but cleal
ocit that bile and miak9/ yourself' e feel
brighteri' v amd elttr g iera ly by tk
iig i.iv- Ver-'.1 .i 10 t ..s sa fe ly, sur iely3
:iA pl'easanti.1, a n is m (i entirely
i harmcihss ve eu utial.
riA- VrI'l x gumaraited to giv(,
nilacion olr your Imloneyiv will be re
birelld withouit (Inestion. lnilst on iut
ig~inal, beari'g the midcess and sig
nature of 1. K. Gri'hg-;b., for sale lee
ini thle 50e and $1 sizes at Laur iens
PLAY AT SIII~Il0.
"Yua'ey Farmii" to be Rendered by Shi..
boh A imateuris. For' lienellt of thle
A play entitled ''Valley Farm," will
lie gie a ~ult Shi iloh shbool house on
Wed nesday', D~ec. 22, at s p. im. The
lulihi Is cordially invited to coimi.
('ast oif Chara'cuters,
lirold ituitledg e, a3 young New
Yokr .\l'. Sloa n .\lhon
P err'y 1Deanie, a ron of' thle sol
.\lr. .1 ohn .\rimsat ron
D~avid I lildieth, a New York law
Silah Ilolenmb, ownerm of Valley
lFairm .\lr. Wooini W\allnee
.\zar'iahi Keep, a clock tinkr'
Jennings, servant at the 1Rut ledge
M\an sion .11'. Frank .\beer'iomi e
I letty H'II~Oleombe, a (cuntry3 fl)oer,
ti'aiisplanted to city soil
Allss Mlary 10. .ll'Kee
Isabel Carney, nilece to Dav'id
H ildre'th .\lis.\lrha Wol ff
.\irs. R.~u tledge, IlIarold('s mnotheri
.\iiss Ruini W\olff
Aivir'a 1 loleomib, sister of Silas
.\u's. Gar'y Wallaec
lizy Ann Tuckei', whlo borirows
but "never gossips"
Miss Gladys Wklff
Verbena, hired girl at the famn
Miss Anna Wallace
WA R UP'ON 'PAIN!
Pain is a visitor to every3 home and
usually it conies quite tunexpoecedly.
lint you ai'e prepaired fo evei'y emeu'
gency if you keep a sjall bottle of
Sloan's Linlument huan~ y. It is thle
gi'eatest pain kiNer' 'r discovere'd.
Simply laidl on tlie s in--no rubbing
reqtuiriedl-it diveO\ tI l ain away. I
is really wonder'fulj.
M ervi'n 11. Soistk llierkeley. ('al.,
wirites: '"Last iaturd'c:i, after i' ii r m --
wvith we't feet, I deame hoe :cbm
nieckc so tiff' tht iilalbi't tcurn.
opiplid Slocan"s b~iniim: n. freely, a o
w.cnt to b~ed. To myc ijrpr ze, next
moniing (lie stilffnien hal ccn :t di
hapiare, f'ouii lhour i I to 1 'I
aippilication I was nlS goodu ait new.''
Maich., 1915, At Druiggists. 25c.
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oBE OLD AND
PENNILESS IS A
'V j 11-rJ,
VEY IN TE
T K yoFR rHE"
There is nothing more pitiful than the sight of
OLD AGE entirely depeindent on the assistance and
charity of others. Yet, many go along, day after
day-, week after week, letting money slip through
their fingers that should be piling up in the bank to
keep them comfortable and independent whe~n their
EARNING POWER is GONE. Why, don't YOU
start a bank account NOW?
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