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MRS. SELENA TANNER,
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twenty-five year., include many similar correspondent.
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PINS ENTIlRE FAITH
TO CITIZEN ARMIES
Nicholls Cites dome Historical Inci
dents to Prove Reliance Not Un
Washington, March 19.-Representa
tive S. J. Nicholls of South Carolina
today came to the rescue of the Na
tional Guard while the house was de
bating the army increase.
Declaring that, in his opinion, there
are no geographical or political lines
when it comes to a defense' of the
country, Mr. Nicholls paid a glowing
tribute..to the valor of Southern sol
diers at the battle of Bull-Run.
Among other things Mr. Nicholls
said that in the committee on niill
tary affairs, which was composed of
both Democrats and Republicans,
when the preparedness bill came up
each forgot party 'alignment and stood
there as Americans to benefit the na
tion by their actions. He stated that
the committee was not in favor of
he continental army plan as outlined
by Fornr Secretary Garrison, be
cause it (id not think it would be
practical, as laboring men could not
be away from their 'work for a month
or two each summer and have their
positions held open for them when
He said that history would show
that all the great battles of this
country had been won by citizen sol
diers. As an example of this, Mr.
Nicholls pointed fo the battle of Bull
Run and said:
"You will remember when the South
tried to secede from the Union and
when the standing army or trained
army of the United States government
went to Bull Run to 'wipe off the
face of the earth a moh of untrained
citizen soldiers of the South,' and you
remember the society -people of the
city of Washington rode in their car
riages down to see the race and you
also remember that when those citizen
soldiers met them there was a race,
and the people in the carriages
headed the procession of runners back
Xir. Nicholls -went on to say that
he was not trying to draw any sec
tional line, but that the South did not
have any standing army at this time,
as the government had fust been or
ganied, but that it did have men who
were ready to tight for their cause that
they believed to be right. lie stated
further that the men who finally won
the war and kept the South in the Un
ion by defeating the Southern forces
at the battle of Gettysburg were-citi
zens soldiers of the Northern, West
ern and *iastern states.
lie closed his remarks by saying:
"There is no north, there is no south,
there is no east and there is no west,
there 'is no Democratic party and
there is no Republican party when it
coies to the defense of the country.
We are sitting here as representatives
of the people of this great nation, and
I believe that this house will adopt
measures whhic are necessary to pro
tect our country and defend the hon
or and glory of the greatest nation un
der thle su.''
COLDS QUICKLY RELIEVED,
Mlany people cough andl cough--from
tile bieginnling of tail righlt thrloulgh to
spr'ing. Others get cold after cold. Take
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get almost immediate relict. It checks
your cold, stops tile rackinlg, raspling,
tissue-teaching~ cough, hleals tile in
Ilammat ion, soothes the ~'tw tubes.
Egasy to take, anltisepltic nd healing.
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covery and keel) it tn/ he hlouse. "it
is certainly a great medicine and I
keel) a bottle of it continually on hland"
writes W.. C. Jesseman, Franconia, N.
Ii. Money back if not satisfied but it
nearly always hlelps.
FOES ORt TrEUTONS
WILL FEEL WRIATH!
Germiany No Longer In Melting Mood,
Blerlin, Mlarch 17.-Germany's en~e
lies, b~y nIot taking adva'(ntalge of the
an nou ncemtent of 'Chancellor Von Bethl
mlannl-l loll weg 0on December 9, that
Germany would~ consider' peace ltroplos
ais whenever het' foes are willing to
ask termlS, have lost tile day of grace.
Tfhis is tile conclusion to 1)0 dr'awn
from a leadling article in tile semi
ollcial LIokal Anzeiger in wihel it is
declared flatly the time has Come to
carr'y out tile chanicelolr's wvarning of
D~ecember thlat if the enemies of
tis country did not ask peace in a
reasonlale period thley wvill hhve to
pay more dlealy for it.
"Accot'dlng to everything onle
hecars, one must be convinced that our
resptonsiblie staItesmlen now occuply a
different attitude towards the generai
situation they occupiiedl when the chan
cellor' exprlessed our r'eadiness to etnter
inito peace negotiations unlder cer'tain
conditions. These remarks, uttered
with a feeling of power and a''certain
supieriority b~ut'in no manner, of weak
ness, founId a fanatical ello rdmong our1
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will miove tile slugglsh bowels, stimu
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hpolsons, accumulated durlng the win
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ALLIES HAVE MONEY,
SAYS J. P. MOIWAN
Financier Returning From England
)ecdares No New Loan Now in Pros.
New York, March 19.-J. P. Mor
gan, who arrived here today from Liv
erpool on the steamship Philadelphia,
reiterated the denial that a new credit
against American securities, said to
have been mobilized in London, had
been arranged by him for the entente
lie said he knew of no contem
plated new loan to the allies and as
sorted that the last loan was not ex
hausted. As to the reported mobilizing
in London of American securities held
in Great Britain and France, Mr. Mor
"I understand they expect to han
dle these securities as they have been
doing in the past, so that it will not
hurt the market." The financier re
fused to discuss his mission abroad
and also declined to talk of a second
appearance as a witness before the
Thompson legislative committee to
testify as to the affairs of the Inter
borough Rapid Transit company.
Asked as to the progress of the war
he said: "I an not -a military man;
hence I can not discuss that question.
I did not observe, howevei', any signs
Mr. Morgan sailed from New York
on February 2 and it then was report
ed he had gone abroad in connection
with a new French loan. This report
was denied. Later reports from
abroad were that his mission had to
do with American securities,
Mr. Morgan was accompanied by
Mrs. Morgan on the trip.
Severe Cold Quickly Cured.
"On December first I had a very se
vere cold or attack of the grip as it
may be, and was nearly down sick in
bed," writes O. J. Metcalf. Woatherby
Mo. "I bought two bottles of Chami
berlain's Cough itemedy and it was
only a few days until I was complete
ly restored to health. I firmly believe
that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
one of the very best medicines and will
know what to do when I have another
cold." Obtainable everywhere.
PRAISE FOR M'GOWAN.
Walterboro Appreciates Work of Spe,
Walterboro, March 13--The sprini
term of the court of common plea
for Colleton county adjourned her(
today after a week's hard work, i1
which many cases were disposed of
The feature of the close was thc
adoption by the members of the bat
of resolutions in commendation fot
the eflicient services rendered here by
Special Judge F. P. McGowan of
Laurens. These resolutions were of
fered by Col. Jas. G. Padgett and were
seconded in earnest speeches by M. P.
lowell and Col. D. B. Peurifoy. Col.
Padgett in offering the resolutions
made the prediction and expressed the
hope that Judge McGowan would
some day be elevated to the circuit
bench, and stated that ho would honor
the bench by3 his fair and impartial
mannetr and large legal learning.
.itidge McGowan has made an excel
lent impression here and his work
has been of a very high character.
.Judge .\cGowan retpliedl in a fit
ting speech, In which he expressed
ipraise fot' the ability andl honesty of
the alterboro batr, thanking all of
the members and the oficers of the
court. for services rendleredl him and
FORESEES TIlE END
OF hORRIBLE FIGHT
French Mitnister. Speaking to Depu
ties, Voices Contilence Born of Ver
Paris, March I8.--"We have reached
the decisive hour," saidl Alexander
ilbot, mitnister of finance speaking In
the chamber of deputies last night on
the fInancial and military situation.
"We can say without exaggeration,
without illusion and withoutt vain 0op
titmismn that we nowv see lte end( of
this horrible war.''
M. ltibot's utterance is taken to be
of the utmost itmportance as indlicat
ing ofl1eial opinion wvith regar'd to the
result of the batt le of Verdun. Wheth
er ipeace is or Is not prob~ably nearer
it is unluestionable that the tension in
F'rance has relaxedl and the meni's
thoughts are turnedi to tihe rapid (de
velopment of events favorable to tihe
MOTIOR 00ES IN ITHlI(l.
One Maconm Man Killed andi One Se.
Maconi, GIa., March 18.-W. BI.
P'aullineo, building ispector of this
city was killedl andl Charles N. Wood
ruff sutffer'ed ser'ious Injuries this af
ternoon when the t'eat' axle of Mr.
Paullino's machine broke, throwning
the care with its occupants inito a
diltch. Mr. Paulline's neck was broken.
Walter A. Hiuff, the thit'd occupant
of the car, one of the best known pro
fessional marksmen In the United
States, -was unihured.
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