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LAURFNS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1918.
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oJr, Tl. ompflI
F~or Ithe (Good of t he World, i
I in 4 4 4.4 ;4.~I* w'ill: 14 i
ar terwnilles onl which)
tt 11:11 I t ' ' it is to be eTect(d?" Ill.
ask (I. "'\re we to hI pse bach Into
11h4 old natIionlat rIvalryo anId an ImIoqi
ties? A n iosit ies an comn pet it ie
armanients, or are we W o iniitiate the
reign on] earth of the PInce of Peace?
It, is the (Illty of liberalisni to use its
1i1fluene ' to insure that it shall be a
reign of peace.
"What. are conditions of peace?
They niust lead to a settlement Iwhich
will be fundamentally just. No settle
ment that contravenes thel principles
of eternal Justice will -he a permanent
one. The peInce of 1871, Imposed by
Germany on France, outraged all the
principles of Justice and fair play. Let
ns be -warned by that example.
"We must not allow any sens-e of
rovenge, any spirit of greed, any
grasplng desire to override the full
damental Irinciples of right.eousness.
Vigo'ious atteinits will he made to
he.1tor and hully tie government inl
an endeavor' to make It depart from
th strilt prinlciples of right and to
a ti: 1Y s oni m . , Sordh. squalid
ideas- of v ..encle and of ovaricel. WN'e
'M~~ 0 wil ledesy etrn-fcoe agaimls
at ''ofur~wo in 'im will menf-1
i' . i 1' in f:lvor of a
I ll -,cu - l h o t i j (it, a je:I.-1f
of Itlion t.'.0ho Id e ler sai tIhII 1such
now%, than evei.
"1A large liliniher of siall nations
have beel) ie-bor11 in Eu rope" lhe Col
tinued. "And these will require a1
league kof nations to proteet them)
agaillst tile coveoui sness of amin bitio uIs
and graspin neighbor's.
"We shal! go to the peaCe confer
encc to gia rantee that a league of
11 ions is . reality. I 1111 one of
thosel who believe that without peIce
we %nno haVe progres11s.
"Or coi.", We niI list have in this
Country anl cIflil)int 11rmly to p)oli((' thel
empirl. h11' I am looking. forwar to
a condition of thiniigs, with the exist
all('e of a league of nations, unmder
rwh1110i conl.:-ription will not le neces
Sarly ill a oi t ( r01111ty."
Given Up to Die by Her Friends, i
Young Lady Recovers Her
Health and Increases
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stronger than11 its
womenli I 11nce1, it
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lmnore.pt 7, !olmw is Ife ta1o lillI)
cIii bootk: I~ wi-e io fornIty
pournh deher .ril gitaryo nal w'oum
Aoorainw 2. - h- lse
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o'i unC tor . :'. lillhiA f(1 or tht
n le n wolf he W Cn- 811.ar ,n
rino hpe rrnzato -on eind 8p
oilcted tolayatl it b Iog-null !el
Ile lela no will be beesserary t
reryo itt e rs oralte i id EI l. . x
pete tof helay amiit hrogrmtbe
fore Congress a the earliest. pro-ible
Thnis may e-open thoe whoe (up
tont of universal miitary training
aTd many oeas ainticpate a long
legislative struggle before nal action
Is taien on whatever olicy Mr. Baker
ECxisting law authorized tse mail
tenance of at regular army of approx
imately 373.000 men Wille It Is not
ossible as yet to forecast the qm
ier of Anerical troops that. hntr a e
emp~loyed i i Erope even after tile
peace, treaOties htave beeii sined, miii
tary 1ny o(flcive aic that the alo
Sliori'/edl regular st aid ishmen t eati not
provide a atruglate force for all ptr
iiws tla athze the mroa ai.
ta of a regula army f aIpp ro.
,mael i37 ,l l0 mn. Wh -ilei io
owile as ye edo fecal (Ist he nm
'l'iese Cohl Il 151018 w r h h illimi10' 1
delrlit 11( o fAmrica troos tatl mt b
mp i n Er e after h
'it 111 wmf tHie '11 t1111~011" id RI
'ho me or all ;o yi ll 111(1 f 1\1 l,8i(
opeacetragtiso the breel silel, tile
tar I'011u'en~ hiv no that the(au
'ie 11111k, 0 1o1i I h-lorea ry C 10 hes
)h'oiz edhe eg ular establisheili i
p'lvie allis sadlls fore forued all p
oils ri pme nd of abr1 od. el
(might o ui1eral00ll.0 litile rai n
arnl P rlid e e (ly te 11r111e %hjus lo,
tueI ~ii~lSlaeienari toe ar oht
hi;lei te alenraiel 8( of deW T wr
ficersytol again ahel Willt ed,1111( tie
war padcared. Isiao
Tllhbe Ii illie of .WaI' ox erive.ss oh
noniltil e , howmro r, probably hail
:"V d o rad saff'is co ble rab ioly"
an;til at \%*ay it w a is t n t r for'(t
'I ar111 perid oel'y.fo tie pil
Thlleofsand s a fthmilitary o tr inll'
'))i aren( bon (lemp rr c,,f lS o ie
0Ihenlt1 n ftes egu (Vlar ta bIsment.
'ikoy t Ile ag I' l~vaed I) W filed
Ths comisin wer issned for a
Int e i ofyas ad menoil
Ih te e d, althou thftIle Pin i
min taI i d in I uropei '' Ir aly i l
The enerl stff'srecomembtion
ed ar epete t embodyI the~ ri
eil f u iversa litaryiv trii ngii
edheneraWl schemtellc whCh i
is halied withi u nan Itotis editorial ap
pioval, andi his warning that hungr1
cle s to fijdIos ti'oj(d it ui a vital
v1hord. It i.;:;nh !ilted by lews: ipers
of 11 of iCol;'lcal opinlion, thlat,
1 ;'-s71(" ftu it (nly as a
lueDion. inasniuch as if
1! k) t -.'l h w (oltbl noi paly
i f iin - ; t r ' - i (n Is
a . i n o f ( , i a y u t h a;'lt I
AIne in I l I Auiti I I rator v.I I
c!l I thI le work.
'Il e )ILly 1'Ip :: says t delih1
era(te1!; vtrviIg of ieriany voull be
no0thing. but a situpidl crinlie and statnip
tIhe brand of hypocrisy on all the
The Daily I.Npress says a starving
nation 'would be a Bolshevik nation
and thait a Bolshevik Germany would
he as grave a menace as a Hoienzol
The appeal of Foreign Minister Solf,
while it is regarded In some quarters
as merely conflrmatory of the genu
ineness of the distress, Is viewed else
where with suspicion.
The Morning Post, however, calls
Dr. Solf's appeal impudent. The Times
refers to ais "veiled threat of abiding
vindict.iveness" and .wonders where the
real authority resides which Solf af
fects to reptresent.
EAT l EiRl A N) :(T 11''11
('11API'M N SOLDIR 1:WA i:.PtNS
i a nlns ('.ouiedalh 1'1111.S linuis to iotit
With Novl xIvroles iII "Sh4ould&r
i hu:llia l I' lh' ideoI ( the thi a'
''110 Ibl-y sho h hav 111 dI m l tm n'
lt lt l v-011thorou h ihtltl i'e inl
bihi tlt Arn ". ti(0 hr' I .
nt.ar wih he in Nai o l 1.
h bihnrr' Circuit. "S hollld-e rm
-.!! he how at t:o Ci:.ra lionle;k Onl
1t1xi .\onday and TIllesda.
The irriaion of "cooties" is guarid..!
ti against by Ilie 'ld iit ol of a bit
nutmeg graler. iiis (rea(tis all man
ner of havoc whenl he hanks it on a
Coivenieti post in his (lugout. Sto
ries of the rat esI Suiggests a mouoiseI
Itra,) as a iprotective mensitre, b ) Ill
this fails to catch rodlents, and servos
on1fly to get his 1ingers inito eindloss
di:licalli's whln he at lti ps to sa
Sive while i i, fasete d to his kit. A
haih tnh :11 soap tray art inteliiled
inl his toilei Ieces o!ies, but th1e1 use
to which i wy ar, 1M. ol((, Cl rli is
-lown ilnto the first. lint. tetwh, is
entirely different than thei purpose for
vhich tlhey were tu nmil!etatuied.
A phoniograp iv it es toelief fronm
possiibie lioniotonty. hilt h11rlIo
learns that there is only on Itouot
on1y inl war. and that is tho onstati
(tin of bursling shlvls. And his phoni
ogIapil is not Coistitluted to contipeto
ill voluine of ton1 with the hunder
of gulire. A Itriiil rai ll 1eods 1 114 th
dutgotti, andhli his((overs a pralical11
umfor time phtonographi hornt in sa v
ol i l t sleep withI his hteal belowi
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