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I. W. 1. M tIA T0'1s
'I'O li Ilt'1'Ni:D I'P
(Goieriutent Dles' I'iIn Viriouis
Washlingtonl. :\larch 2.,\; vigoronts
polley for the sulippression of anarch
sts and all who advollte sabotage and
olier forms of lawlessness was an
noulnced today hy Secretary Wilson in
orders to himmiigration olicials in the
Northwest to proceed to arrest aliens
giilty oK spreading such doctrines.
Eveni though Ihey nay not colliflt any
overt act they will be detained and
The Secretary's act ion was In an
swer to requests from employers and
civie organizations of Seattle and oth
er cities that the department Inde
take wholosale internment of Indu -
I ilal Workers of the World, -who we
hi11m1e for idu1(lst rIal illrest, part e
larly in, the loggin callips. Mr. WiI
Foi hi eld 0t11 ha 1 m lleritshipi ill (he T. W'.
WV. or""Il' , ivaIon wa.s it lf cause for
vriest of dolortati onl, but that lihi(n
indulst1ritl worier or othO r aliis who
proech e-vertlirw -I), ith gover iln t
byx- foren. ns5assinltl m. or who are inl
any' (o' lr mimeri)( enh.loa- to deportn -
ti n '1'!'!r thn 1 umie t ion la'.v
shliould be tllkn fll in estody at once.
'Th' denartmro nt V F::1ne lny to sup
0ot it round-uo fr ana:-chiist ic ;i0
otos b1 ,Y ' tlinj fund~s to obtail
olditonalanor' ;1,i thfe Qwaltle Sla1
Ordlers1 for the ur o (f nu1li(ent
propaganda by aliens re51 rega red1(
bY :,liinIt Is the filal step in the
:ev e m lm's detef'rlrlinlationi to hnt a
s.lt to ('1esr1mits who seek ito inter.
fere witi Oh proseiction of Ile war
from mlot ives sincere or otherwise.
Citlizens of tle ' ni ted States who
preach aiilarchy will he handled by tihe
departient of justice, which brought
aboit tle arrest of scores of I. W. W.'s
ini the nation-wide raids last year.
Secretary Wilson's order was issued
with a full personal knowledge of the
situation In the Northwest. As chair
man of the President's mediation com
mission. ie investigated the unrest of
the luiber camps and saw mills last
Ice Cream Swpiper.
There will he an ice cream supper
at Riddles Old Field school Saturday
night, March 9. The public is cordial
Full line of galvanized Tubs and
8. M. & E. H. WILKE & 00.
No. 4 Table--Special C
* Remnants -consisting
cloth, short lengths. E
in plain figures.
Red Hot Ba
No. 6 Table-Bargains.
8c box of Miatches ....
7e box Washing Powd<
7c cake Laundry Soap
7e box Celluloid Starc
Special Sale of Men 's
Boy' S SiltS goig at
P antIs aiil 811 its arc
cenit lilore if tlhey llil
111llV s ia'et . u11
buiysing is good.
I t1t do'zeni Men'ls grayl
p-ial lst Dre i Goo 1 'e
I pi ot leal( ilu lress
il I' eI ~ j i i ', .It . * P
Don't Wit; D- on'ht
No. 1' Store lt)
W. Laure~ns St.
Our Advice to You:
AMERICA WILL AGREE
TO ACTION BY JAPAN
INpreteduI to le One of 1111mldiate Ef
4(s (if SN-ening of l'ence byl Itussinl.
Presildent 3y .mildress 'ongress on
Washington, March :,,-One of the
Inmediate offects of the signing of
Germany's peace terms by the Itisslan
llolsheviki representat Ives probably
will be to bring to a quick conclusion
negotiations anong the allies and the
l'nited States over steps to be taken In
,Siberila to protect military stores and
'check any move the Teutons may make
in that direction.
There still is every indication that
the American government will join
Oill: he allep. in a:reeingo action biy,
im alonk,, -with an iderstanding as
i'- : 1 01o4e rf any operations to he
.:-d' rta ken. So far th 'rec has been no
annone1nW : A ,t a agreement, hat
even qoefore Ihc niews that the Ittissianls
t4 ay1(-1.1 hiad occelped the German's
forms, hl1 comel it was utu1dlrstood
t1a Ih eNhan AI l il Sul j(' I 0re
PrtienW o a o olwn
n~'lihu'a tnl. liinIlat e~ r42 pail
IItioIt of t t)d r O U( (a I ot . i'i
Tingle trha-, I (n lo t ' o fh.lh
'. iiL a11 you s" a 11'viln t ith htl
herkd a a 'lw ! on It h% j -e. -! ,
e l lone an (il at It kn- his
GIRLS! HAVE A MASS
OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR,
SOFT, GLOSSY, WAVY
A l1 holile ndesrioys dandruff i a 14
dobleslie heity of your hair. No ...
Withinr tay jt minte aflote an wih
lationl of landerei youll n not find
single tra e of dandinff one fallig
Ian you r scap will not iteh', but
w ,at will plhave you most will be af
er ua fnew weak' lse, w6b yolu se
-new afie and dowu .a first-yes
-e-ht re all n ottie -growinl al ov
oir the sealp.,
A lile Dandery 1einnediately do
bles the beauty a yofr hair. No dif
ferenve how dull, faded, brittle and
soraggy, just moisten a Cloth wleitd
Danderine and carefully draw It
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect is amiaz
ing-your hair will be light, fluffy and
wavy, and have an tappearance of
aboundance; an Incomparable lustrle,
softness and luxuriance.
Get t small bottle of Know.ton's
Danderine from any drug store orl
toilet counter for a few cents and
prove thant your hiair Is as pretty and
soft asany-that it has been neglected
orl injured by careless treatment
that's all-you surely can have beau
tiful hair and lots of It If you will
just try a little Danderine.
Je ch ,
learand ofhile tnowi
of al 16ndiof
as-- flos: I ~ W''( int the'i
...... .... ....5c maret
h l.... .... ..5~c
Pani ts-Meni' ~andr
d tohe bughton eive I i
yHnswiwhe; Buy Now a
's- Ts Slpwring and hStil
IS EQ(L TO ANY
Sulecessful Ilmeoelomentf of Spec,0al
TYPPA4 OfliA (lii ii i ( 111 411111(4Atllll -441.
In1(I.111v Armor PIel-resm aI Iiice i.
ilary Hullets an1i "TracerS."
.ash inglon, a1lch 3.-Sueessful
development of speclal types of small
arms for twe in aerial warfare -was
annliolunc'ed today by the war depart
me(1nt. h'lesc inlu( ide ar'm1ior- piercing
eart r'dges, ilcendiary airidges and
Illlets able to plerce 'ecl hecame
IeCessary wien. in tIhr uarly montlihs
of t1 war, btl sides hr:.ani to eIquil)
tlie vital parts of aIrplants will) light
armor. "Tra'er eartrid(ge!!". leaving a
trail of siOke are uwed to enablo the
maclhine gin operator 1n aseertain
whether his shots are e'rl(tly aiwd
an1 theV illelilary Imllu , 4 fIre i
tl. coltelts of the enr 1' 1 el ank.
Hoettests. the( ann11oullnlmnt ay1
lindiena t had the I'nited StIats has dc
Velope these t'4 atomini
tion to a lini t ll <l to'IN I I m -
Fe -t iw l' Nim!'' .
cc~: I I
f- I v vI 1 11
: h( i w. I
ie l t %all:i i' . 11 i l :' f
I'll er' i' o hote witian Chru ( ' o -
In'.- 'W w u i < niedv. Thl li: pub
lI a -I > h If: es to ih Lror : 1 4 1 1 1
of, - I( r(es: ,,t a I theII I ,y " Iost Iheir < i:.
d nev r let thicill -oL si it'uit. -('11
toilers 1os faith in stores wh e .1a)
si ituling- is pel'ritted, to say 41oliig
of the 1in.lstice to nukers of tood
goods a4d the disapplointlen (f C
Hlent. hi o1 14'ockefeller Instiu11te.
Lieu t. George F. Kilugl, formerly of
Cross Hll1, tiis couna ty, has been or
dered to the lIockefeller Intsituo te for
ilndieal research, New Yo.'k Cily, for
a course of laboratory stly, after a
winter's work in base hospital labora
tory. Camp Jackson, S. C.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
wellknown tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.
ir'twaist, white silk, wor th $1.50,
Ve have the lar'gest line of men's
!ork Shoes we have ever owned
uistory of our business. Solid
Shoes that will wear and give
'vice at prices far below today's
Pices~t range from
2.48 to $4.98
roni(, the world1's be~st. Just r'e
,(l00 bot ties ofi Wine of Car'dui.
bottle all over'I te I. S. A.. ((uri
ij'' ~t u1nw is 79c. hiiy nw
21e lit oI ou dIllarl which is
e W\'mptjh 5 ('144 I~iver' )il 84c
.4 1I1ood(s Sar'sapar'illa, to biilI
.... .... ......... .......84c
'e 1.ndi ' I~4nts . 4 ( ' -nc
I hi li l' 4r(nc. W\V y a ne 11 m.
(I'.f, 84('11< 0! ' : 11 >l
DrawerI3s iOenii's )..... ....45c
of 50e quality', ourI saleC iirh-25c
Save The Difference.
Never Again in Many L
-igher Next Fall. Bumy1
SAYS LINE UP SPIES
AND EXECUTE THEM
S n r 11istrding. D vIlchres that. 1 1mb
ami orchAlenSho l l ot. 1-:nd4
soulp Biox Phllilosophyv.
I alti ore, Alarch :.-.A plea fo- a
place "aga inst the wall" for Gerina n
sies was made here this afternoon
by Senator iHarding, of Ohio, in an ad
dress at a patriot Ic meetinig under the
artspices of the Marylald braicht of
tihe 'ttn eil of National Defense. lie
also ref ilted tie sitigestion that capi
falist-ic Iotives imlpel thle United
States and her allies.
"Aoioig its are iniserable spies
whom Germany would soon dispose
of," he said. "I honor Germany for
it. The trouble is that we think too
mitteh of ballots and too little of, hull
wmrks of libeIty. i justice to these
PPPIPPPPmdPP, Amit(~ei people there is~
but onte place for the man with ithe
bobnl and the torch. That place is
a:.::i inst tII wall. We niust he fo
"A lot of men in lite coult ry li
I t hi he :t esi ;Pj: .i t war. That. is
.r i er I lbol?
"No I Vu -h u ..i -m .
l ns'-ia tri(ed ini the United StI!(..
I 1 i Il\v.l i n i a . " 0.11:11
iti.U hMiI.*:itMlN'I;N ii.
IlU .\fh1 . 1 I 'll I -: N T U -: N (' -:1).
.lun Who Tried ;ame il on 1ayor Call.
dietr ('os to Giig.
Atlanta, Feb. 28.-J. W. Cook. a
tst 1 lst mal in. it( aS who wa iaviP t
yestv-erday, w\as sentenced to onie year
on the chaingang and a tine of one
thousand dollars for coIsp)iracy I.
blackmail Asa G. Candler, the mil.i
lionaire meyor of Atlanta. lie is still
in jail today in default of bond. Th'Ie
hearing onl apieIal is set for Alari
16th. Conferences are being held to
day to decide whether N is. H. H.
iiir5c1, indicted join tly with ('ook,
shall go to trial tomorrow, as plani
Solicitor General Ioykin announe
ed later that ie would not try the
Hirsch case this week. No date has
been set for the trial.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop, the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund money it it fails to cure.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
$1.00 bottle Warner's Safe Cu
yo~ur kidneys irigit .........
.Also Iit& .of9other Medicines at
7e cake of Fairy Soap for ....
Special values in Men 's Sox 10<
25c, 35c up to .... ........
Special values in Misses and L
Hose .... .... ....13c, 15c
1 loIt Men's Suits, small sizes, 34,
These arc fine wool Suits, w~ell
stylish Clothing. Worth 50 pe
more . . .. $7.50, $9.00, $10.
We hatve intunenlsje stock in our1
here ini l.anrents of Shoes, Clothi
(verall s, Work Siirts, for meni,
children itti.s I )tss Goodls, W'\
lin (l' I i n )ey l lt i rni h ims. .\
b Ins l'en- bs. I Ilands, I'lIt
14.I ('fobraly. l(-idng. ('iamh
ic it. T n els. I b ul >r
Ribons Ie Emri.
We Don't See Anything
ong Years Will You Ha.
V1ow at . C. Birns. & Co
KEEP YOUR! S. -011-1.
PRES&ER-VE THE LE,*ATHE,"R j
TH..DALLEY CORPOPAT i.tT.
kI i pr 1t C: I .i
i n r yoi . r -
b I, v eice fro t i t (u1 n Cmb
Fo rd meI n Care for. It, F( -
Laurens S. C.
Pa N 'S
E GOING ON
re, to put $1.00 bottle Lydia E. Pinkham 's vegeta
.... 84c ble Compound . ...... .... 90c.
But prices. 2,000 Stationery iPaekages-O sheets good
. .. .. ..c note paper and 9 extra good envelopes
, 15c, at .............. .............. o
....~ 9 2 good Lead Pencils .... .... .... ....5c
up to 69c 1 bottle good1 In1k.... ......... ....5c
16, :37. 2 spools good TPhread .... ..........5c
miade, 2 papers~ of' ILa ir' Pins.... .... .... ..5c
r cent 10e cake fine Toilet Soap .... .... ...Sc
30, $12.50 10 Uencke Glycerine Soap..... .... ....8c
t wo store 25e package Black D)rauight. .. .. .. ..15c
nig, Par .z, V-" large bot Machine Oil .... ....10e
boys' nd( lIn.t 8he olish, black, tain, oxford and
' : rel i..... .... .... ......... ....10c
ors. A big 1 ot tle ELmon or' Vailli a E~xt raet . . 10e
n i~i b xfg ~ 1i Dill5 I lair Pol''iie--makes the hair
('hie Iam! eli"y .... ..............10c
e \-- e .\1:irm ('ihek ......... .... ...100o
aies.' ine h I y A 'n le ('1mk . ... $3.48
SPECLAIL IPCES IN THlE
in the Future But Higher and Higher Prices
~No. 2 Store
North Side of
e This Chance Again. Goods Wit Be High
mpanipy and Save Money.