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VOLUME XXXIV. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA WEDNESDAYJANUARy 15,619.
a Number of Friends From
Here to Attend
Among More Iimiportint .Matters to be
Taken isp by he li egislature wi Ill he
that, of ('onstlituti onal ('on vent ion1,
II gliihny Imiitprovementi1 i41n1ds, In
crensed A pproprliat [fions for P1ulC
The Inalguration of, linn. Robert A.
Cooper, of tits city, a< govertnor of
Soutth Carolina is to take place next
Ttlesday liost probably in tihe hall of
the House of itepresentatives at noon.
A large ntimber of people of this city
have already sIgnilled a tdesire to be
present Otn that occasion aid probhbly
a large number will attend to witness
the installation ceremonies. The leg
islature was due to convene yesterday
at noon. the delegation from this couna
ty already having gone dlown to be
present. Gov. Elect Cooper has been
bitsy on hli inaugural addross during
the past few weeks, but. no advance
Information as to its contents has
been made known, though it is gener
ally believed to he largely taken up
with an educational program for the
A survey of the session, taken from
the daily papers Sunday, states that
the session is expected to run the cus
tomary forty days.
Following the organization of the
house and senate on the first day of
the session, the annual m1ensage of
Governor Richard I. Manning, who re
tires from office on Jannary 20, after
having served four years as chief mag
istrate, will ho read before both
Inu neiither the house nor the senate
are the electIons of the offielals ex
poeted to consimne much time. In the
htouse the retiring speaker, Thomas P.
Cotitran. of Greenvilel. is expected to
he re-eelvd ont thli first ballott, pos
stbly without opposition, and thus far
1to onposit ion htas developed to ite re
election of J. Wilson G(ibbes as clerk.
"The presiding oflicer of the senate Is
Jiuius TI. TLles, lentenant governor.
"N. 1. 'Mann of Calltomn is the retir
ig secretary of the senate. He is of
fering for reelection apparently with
out opposition. Contests may develop
for reading clerk in both tte house
and senate, but It Is not anticipated
that in elther body will more than one
ballot be necessary to choose this of
'In the senate, committee assign.
ments are made in the caucus held the
niltht before tie session opens tie fol
lowing day; tle personnel of tihe house
commiitt ees is selected by tie speaker.
Sentmo r Niles C"htist ensen of fleatifort
wIll hold over as chairman of the fl
itance cotmmnit tee of the senate and
it is unuderst oodl that RIeprtesenttativye
W. RI. TUradford of York wi'll be a p
oitted to thle ohiIrntmnsh ip of the
"'ays and itean comm itittece of the
honse. Mir. lir ad ford is a itewspa per
mttni as is Sena tor Chr ist ensen.
A moitg the mtore I ntpotanit miatters
to be contsidered a t the sessIon are thle
jotutI resotlutIins to he offeredc fort a
Report from Washington I
in Thirtieth Division will
Satuitrday's Charlotte Obser'ver car-.
ried thle fol lowing special dispAtch
from its Washingtont corresp~ond~ent,
WVashingtn, Jan. 1 0.-'The 30tht di
v'isiont 'wviIl sail fromt itrest bet weent
Jattuary 20 and 25 and will reacd
America in sevent to 10 days, barrintg
.Whtile thte war departmuent is ntot
ready to impke otileialI attnotttceientt,
it is stated t hat the division will land
at Iloboken, N. J1., rathter thant Nor
folk. The etIre division will lie rutsh
edl direct ly ito various catnps about
la'ew York, ittclutdittg Camp Dix, Camp
Tot tent, atnd others about Governor's
Islantd. 'The meni will be kept In camtp
eight dlays or -two weeks, under obser
vation otr quarantine, and will then he
sent to one of the sou thern camps, nre
constitutional convention; the issu
ance of perianedt highway building
bonds, to be underwritten by the
State; reform in the tax laws of the
Ptate,; bucreased lappi'opriations for
the public schools; increased salaries
for State officials, and the application
of the -Military College of South Caro
lina (the Ciladei) for a million dollar
a liropria'on to iciease fite facili
lies of the institution.
Titus far there has not been a greal
deal of agitation for the proposed con
stilitional convention, but those 1who
are sponsors for the movement poilt
to Ihe patcited 1t1p condition of the
presenit (onstlitilion, iute to te many
s which have been imade to
it sincve it was adolted in 1 R95. as su f
file(ent reason, if no other( 1 could he of
f! red, for rawritin Ohe organie alw
of th0 Rate. Manty h1old that lie ithree
mill swhool tax provided for in the
presenti coast At it shoulid be done
-way withit as a handicap to the dle
Velopiment of the pui'l e school sys
Several meetings have recently been
held in the State in furtieranev of the
plan to issue State bonds to build per
ianent highways coinecting the var
oills county seats of the State. The
aitoiobile associations of the St ate
are sponsors for file movement and
the plan is to increase the tax on Inn
tor vehicle.t so its to provide sufficient
revenu' to pay the Interest on the
hids and ( rente a sinking fund to re
tire them as they come due. It is an
tie'pated tlit the proposition will be
productive of much debate in both
branches of tle general assembly.
There is a general demand through
out the State for ituproved Illublie
schcol facilities and 'he appropil
tions to he asked for fto purpose by
tie (lducation dt-partment this year are
larger than at any time in the past.
Routh Carolhia is one of the lowest
Stat.'s of the Union in percentage o il
literacy and there is a general desire
to improve condillons, tl tidinu fth
par-ave , of a S:atowide 'oimpilulsory
school attendance law, but. the means
provided for tle en forcemient of tle
law Are 'ot r(,rleIed adeiiate and
the law i. not broad enoi.gh in its
scope to satisfy th .se w.o a re i rgin.:,
the tatewide mueiasure.
Thrie tax lanws of the State have been
a source of iore or less dissat isfac
tion for several years and it is cer
tain that ro'm'lial legisIlation will lie
irged upon the general assembly. At
the last session a determined ti! lt
wa,; made on the State tax comm
sion, but Ohe t'fiends of the (0111111is
sion were in the ma.Iority and for the
time being the flght did not have tile
desired effect, which 'vas to- hut the
commissiod out of existence. There is
promise that the fight will he re
sumed at the approaching session.
Early in the session a bill will 1t
initrodpeed simltaneously in the
houie and senate providing for in
creanel salaries for eerain State of
fleer.. The salaries now paid these
oflicer Ihs coni!'leired i natdeupiate and
it is file hope of the proponents of the
bill to get the measire through hoth
houses in timae foir the increases to -
lily to the incoming ometcals. who wiil I
take the oath of offie a week after
lie general assembly meets. 'Te con
sittut ion of Sout h, Carnolina priovidles
liat thle salar'y (if no State affleir shi'lt
he In creased duiin ta thle t ermt for
which hie was elect ed. it will,. t here
K'ottinuedi on I ~ast Page.
[NG HOME SOON
hat South Carolina Troops
Leave France this Month
suaably C'ampi Sevier or (aiiip ('ordoni
andt thiere wvill be muitsteired out. Th'iey
will be given new clothing and hack
pay ont leaving New York.
it .will relire a mtoth to iiulisteri
out eacht regimien t antd, as tmuister'ed
out1, the mleni will be given money
equtiivalent toIt thr iee cent s per' ilie to
thetir~ homes and a firainked tag to1 send
back their uniforms after thriee
moths. Eighty-four foirms lust he'
signled foir each' mnan, aind this
will necegaitate timte and1( delay in
It is bjelieved hteire that the 'Tennes
see troops will go to Camp Sevier,
though that is a tent camp and may
not lie able to accomimodlate them.'
At dlebairkationi points men aire sent
dlirectly to camps for quarantine, and
it would be Impossible for a delega
tion to see them there.
CAMPAIGN FOR A
Over Two Thousand Dc
in the City of Laurens
Tie efforts of the State Chairman
anld Dtislct Chairman for' the Arne
ian and Syrian Relief cause havinlg
failed to settie an lindividual to act as
chalriran for this comity, a me'etingi
of several iiiii Isters of the city, with
representatives froim tielir iespective
(lhiiriches, was held Sunday afterioon
and a comimittec' was appointed con
sisting of four lLpast ors and five laymen
to have chaige of conductling the cam
paign in Latitrens county. 'i'he comn
m itte consists of Iev. S. I. Temple
inli i, Rev. C. T. Squires, ltev. A. E.
Hloller, IRev. MW. S. Ilolimes, C. It. Bsobo,
It. It. Nickels, W. 'It. McCiien., . G.
1all) and A. C. Todd. The (county is
expected to raise a mininimm of $5,
000. The coimimittee having given the
iiitt(ir car efi' ionP ii(leration Ltated
that. this aiouniit should he doltied.
RIepresen tative laymen ax comimiit
teeien In each cliirch in the county
have been appointed to have charge
of presenting this cause to their re
spective chlurches and congiegations.
They will, of course, be assisted by the
pastors. Their hearty co-operation is
The congregation of the First Bap
tist church opened this campaign Sun
day morning. The pastor briefly pre
sented the appeal for the suffeiri
millions In the Near HEast, and in less
than twenty minutes, one thousand
dollars Iwas slbscrilbed, fwhich has
since been increased considerably. At
ft meeting of the ministeirs and lay
men Sunday afternoon, the churches
of the city. of Laurerls agreed to raise
$2,500 of the minimum amount asked
of the county.
A committee was sent to Clinton to
con fer with the in isters and laymen
and they agrceed that the City of Clin
Ion should subscribe $1,500, and that
a comimmittee should he orgalnized there
to manage fle campaign in ipiraelicall'y
all of Iftiiter and Jacks Townships.
The appeal was presented Siuday
night at the First irexsbyteriaLn eiiiluich
by Gov. llect It. A. Cooper ind A. C.
Todd, and at the First let hod
clh re11' by he pastori and C. 11. 11obo,
and by C. If. Rioper at the HI olmnes
Street Haptist cliirelh.
A sibscri ption was taken at the
First Piesbyterian church at tile ev
ening seivice and $735 was promptly
subscribed. This amount has since
been increased to something over
h'lle campaign for Laulens county
will end Sunday January the 26th. On
the two Sundays remaining it is ex
peeted that this appeal will be pie
sent eI to every chuli rch in lie couity.
The committee has appointed W. I
Thomason, chairman of the speakers
I ieaii, and C. II. Ropei', treasurer.
The committees ii t lie local clirches
desirllng speakers for eiller Sunday
I shioildl commuincte with~ i. W1. P'.
Thiomason Lit onice.
.\i . W. ii. .\i'('iueni has beeii asked to
havi e ('har ige of thle 'amupa ign amtoiig
lie niegiroes of thle cou nty3.
Lit the Fti'st .\et hodist ('huri('h Ruindar
night, a men's mieetingevas held M\on
dayi3 night and a comittee appiloinited
to make ani e verygnember tci'(anvassL5.
ThiIs ehurmchi will 'undoubtedily raiise
mlor'e t han its qu iotaL. Thei( eleveni meni
Ipr'esentf subsc51'rtbed $700.
Th'Ie followitng is the list of the
chur ichies in 1Lau rens 'oiinty3 Lind theii
na mes of thle comiu nttt(enmen and)( thei
in IImum aniont to be i'aiised:
Newv rospiect itapti1st -Jno. Ii.
Power~(i, .1nio. Q. itrtown .i . .$ 75.00o
('hest nut id ~ge Ilnpt ist-Jno. D).
W. Wats, M.1,1'. (Catinc... 10~0.00
TinIi'y ' A liodtst-i-. S. Sithi,
.io. C. I~Langst on . . .. ... . 1(00.01
Lan ford atisft--J.. M. Ifleming,
L anford Methiodist - . i,. Wal
driop. W. P'. Paftci'soii ...... 75.f00
TLangston Uanlti1st --J. L. ('itChn d 5.00i
Sandy Spr'ingst, Methloist -Will
F. Wright, J1. W. D~onnan ... 75.00
Itethany Presbyteian-.l.. S.
Ora A. R, P.-WV. J1. Fleming, W.
-M. Bryson. W. T. Blakely ..200.00
lhunter, J1. Hen Hunter .. ..0.00
'Mit. Bethel Methodist-Capt. J.
H. Iluimbiert, iN. B. Woodl ... 75.00
New Harmony Piotestant Methl
odit- . . H llntneG.H'
ollars Already Subscribed
and Quotas Assigned
Waterloo .\iethodist-J. C. Smithi,
WV. 11. Wharfonl .. .. .. .. 100.00
Waterloo I apt ist ---J. 11. WV'har
toil, -Rex Lafliord .. .. .. .. 100.0
Cros- liill Presbyterian--I. -A.
Austin, .1. M0. Leaman, Dr. ..
II. .Miller --..........200.00
Cross I Iil I Ilaptis( -W. C. Itasor,
'V, P. 'uIhbertsoin, Joe Denny,
'WV. P". Grillin . . . . . 200.00
Cross 11111 .lethodist--J. A.
Guthrie, .\rs. Luthler 1"'. Mtar
Mountr-ille t nliversalist-J. .\1.
simmons, .\irs. W. .1. Chuck. . 1410.00
.\lmvillcI Presbyterian--H1. It.
Fuller. C. .\. Futller . . . . . . 100.00
M.\ount ville Haptist-,.. 11. Motes,
J. L. Iloyd.. ..........125.00
Lishoni Preshyterian--A. P.
lo!iimes, ItBlme .\ilain .. .. 50.0)
Bethabar)at Hapltist-J H1. Alchi
son.. ................ 50.00
Owings Presbyterian--C. 11. Ow
Ings, W. .1. Bryson, It. 0. 1iunt 200.00
Bethany Haptist-J. 13. Cook, J.
'.T'. 'd wards 7....... .......75.00
Durban Iaptist---. T. Cook, C.
L. Leonar1d ............100.01)
Warrior Creck 11aptist-W. S.
Benjamin, Egbert Riddle, R.
L. Cooper ............ 75.00
Dials Methodist-W. C. Curry,
1.,. R. Brooks ..........100.00
Friendship laptist-W. 14. Hoho,
W. R. Hendersol .. .. .. .. 100.00
Shiloh 31ethodist-J. HI. Wolff,
Clyde Wilson ..........100.00
Princeton Baptist-M. L. Cheek,
.J. Frank 'Davis .......... 100.00
Henderson Baptist-W. D. Sulli
van, J. 11. Tuibmlin . . .. . . 150.00
Friendship Presbyterian-T. W.
Knight, G. C. A iercrombie . . 75.00
Poplar Springs--T. T. Wood, J.
P. Simmons. E. E. Simpson . . 100.00
Quaker Haptist---C. . aldwell,
J. F. Walker, It. P. Williams 75.00
li-ocky Sprinigs Presbyterlan
)-W. . Byrd, N. 1. Anderson,
W. 'I. Senn, Vietor Weathe rs 50.011
Leesville Methodist --.J. F. Sat
terlwhite, J. Thos. Wesson .. 50.00
1Himleview iapt ist---.. C. Wingo,
W. S. Chapman... . ' ... .50.0
Narnie Baptist--F. 11. Burton,
Auistin ramlett ........ 50.00
iighland Iloie Haptist--Z. Rt.
Traynhai, T. 1T. lurts, W. Ht.
Gray ('ourl AMethodist---Frank
'D. Bolt. J. E. Johnson, It. L.
Gray, T. A. Willis . . . . . . . . 200.00
Gray Court Iaptist----Will T. Ow
ligs, Ino. B. Owings, 0. 11.
Frady .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 50.01)
ray Court Presbyterian- -). T.
Brooks. G. 1!. Dorrioh . . . . 100.00
New Harmony Haptist- .. B.
'ook. Robert Thompson .. .. 75.00
New Itarmony Presbyterian
R1obiert till iln\d. Mrs. Mary
We thorn. W. F. Stlowari . . . . 75.001
Ilramlets Methmodist- 0. C. ('o.
II .D. Tlurdtett .. .... .. .. ...73.00
man, W\offord' Wood.......... 100.00
Hon Tlaylor .................10.0O
Hahmin ('reek Paniti::t Robtert
I lil. E. TI. Reeves, L. .\. Arm
Maritin,. .L. 1 lendlerson, .1. P.
I.1(1ne5.............. .. ..,l.nO
Mt. Plensant Baptist --11. Ml. (un
i'n,'htiim. Guii Moore........ 7.0
Mt. Olive Htaptist-- WA. T,. Cooper.
M. W. Ilill. Luther ('ooper. Dir.
.J. 0. Mari n .. ...............73.00
New Zion Methodist W. TI.
Simts. S. -A. Ta'ylor. Jnco.Me
K Iis Chapel' Methodist---J. C.
Maratin. Walter Manley. Win.
Ettegene Abramts.... .........0.00
Laure ins A. RI. P.- -.J. Ri. EllIis. A.
J1. ):t vis. .Ioe II. Nalhers . . . . 5006
H otles Strmeet MethodilistI .1. W.
I Tellamis, 1". C. Duimnan RI. E.
TJeimtpleton. L. H. Ta'ylor .. 30.00
Hol0mesi St reelt~j Haitist - C. C.
JTohnsron. M. IL. SmlIh, W. It.
Todd Menmor iaI - . N. F'ran ks,
'R. J1. Franks, S. II. TIemplleton 50.01
Watts MIll Methodist---.!. C.
Clarke, 'Dr. It. TR. Walker .. 73.00
Luenas Ave. BaptIst -C. HT. Sims,
Ruf'us Carter ............75.00
Littl Rivtl~er P'resbyterian -M.
A. Cannon .. .... ........50.40
TO RAISI IM FUND.
3ethodists Discuss I'danus at Laulirens
An lnimi'ant meeting of the cen
telary Commilittee. and the illissionlary
boards of the Upper South Car'olinia
Conference of the Methodist. church
was held here Wed nesday with the
F'irst Mel hodist clhttrebh, of which the
lRev. I.. A. lioller is pastor In charge.
It was ex pee d Ithat Hslihop Darling
Ion 'of West Virginia would attend tlhve
lll(eting, but he was unable to coine
becauise of illn ess in his family.
The con ference was held for the Iur
pose of outlininig plans for raising
$95,P000, the (illota1 this c(ifoIeence is
beenI allotted onl thic $3-J,000,000 vwich
ihe .letlodists wvill use in fiaicing
holm and foreign is sion work and
oliri church en terprises.
h'lte miee.t intg ertIe- was presided over,
bv the ltev. .1. W. I(aktl. president
ef 11he con fereni'- board or missions.
InformaI addr'sses wee i' miae )y tih
IPev. .1. C. Roper of ('hster. seere
lIrv of the (entelnary board, aiil hy
it. t' Habb, of Laurens, lay leadei of
0"' l'11per Southl Carolina Conlferencve.
As a result of the Olcofeleni'ce. a se
ries of tmeetinogs will be held th lbrongh
mil Ile con ference inl each district, be
'1iining next M\onday with Ilie first
metting at G reenville for the (reven
ville District, and at Anderson '1Tt's
day. Greenwood, etc. At these confer
eices the local plans for securing
pledges for the fund will he worked
The Laurens meeting was attended
by Presiding Elders J. M. Steadman
of Greenville, E. S. Jones of Spartan
turg, T. R. T. Major of Rock 11111, R. E.
F"tackhouse of Colnitbia, Laurens G.
Potter, of Gaffney, and .1. W. Kilgo
of Colcesbury. The Woman's 'Mission
ary Society of ihe coni ferience was retI
r'esentietd at Ithe I(eeling by Mrs. Kea
ton of Spartanhurg and Mrs. Childs of
WARE SHO0ALS F.\MILY
WIVIED Ol' BY INFLUENZA
Parentis and Two ('hilden4 ('onItra't
Ilisense Wh1il1e VIsItIng in Green
wiood. All hurIled oil the Name Uay
Iin thi ('oiity.
len Willard, his Wife and \wo Ohil
dren. Rtuthi and 'lillie, age(1 two 111d
four years, were all hluried at the sate
hour11 inl the .lt. Olive elitiry in tis
coun l Friday afterilooll. Th family
were residents of Ware Shoals butl
had come from tie .\lt. Olive section
of this county. While onl a visit to
relatives In Gre''enwood each ill rni
contracted influenza and died, the
lhilier and two children dying Wed
nesday night and Ilie father the fol
Vletlim of Influenza.
Lee Morheimer, a popullar member
of Itie glass blowers' (olony liere, died
of influenza alld line))monia at tI
lulia Ir'by sanitariumi Monday 1110111
ing about 10 o'clock. lie had beeln ull
we'('ll for several days, but1t ne(ithi' lie
nor) hiis friends tinad felt illuc(h ('iei'l)r
abou11t his ('ondition)1. Th'e iday before
his dealth he was upt and aibout hiis
room,) liut toiward'( evetning h'riime very
Ill. li wc~as a rrlied to lthe hiospiita
'.i('es w..ill most5 probu~hably he held at
thle Lauren'is (e11metery t his mioring.
A.II. Sonuder't (''lt i('nilt I'll
Mr. . II. Sander Cis, I whis' 'nd ition1)
was critical all during yesterday, w.as
inl e'xtris last nighi anld littlIc hope
w licoheal ou for' his rec'overly. lI I had
several ('onivullions5 duinlg the 'ein
ing, this del ract ig fromi his already
wetiak led 'ond(lit ion.
CITY AGAIN UN]
Churches, Schools and IV
Taing un tde'r eoitideration1) lthe re(
'.ival of1 the infllluenza. epidemie, the
Iloard oif I health at a speciat nmeetitng
3'est erday a ftern'iooni orde red a th Iirrd
tillure les, schools anid ii('tnu' shoews
we're ordered dliscon tinuned, sub ject to
thle order's of thle hoarid. whIiIchI will
mieel eacht Wednesday to1 ('onisidr' e'nn
i ions as t hey may b)e 0on those dIay3s.
The influien'za hats bieein more)4 pre
v.alenit d-tingO' thle past few. dlays than
it lias,at anlvetime during the past sev
ornl mnn~thli. T~ht mnlady neoemn to be
NMW WARD ASHD
Of CITY COUNCIL
Residents of "Brooklyn"
(ity ('oinell ileard 0(hhmmitie4s of ('ili.
zens. of EInS14ern1 Side of (111vylit UtS
Itetituar 31ontlIy 31ieel in M idy
NMudh. ('omilaint-s Aujainst, H.1.ens.
City "'ounclil a11 its t ua o n l
Ie'eing .londay night ivard a coin
tuittee of vitizenls of thlt easte.rn id
of Ihe city who w*ollId have lice.-- of
Wards 3 anld -1 ceut off, to forml anot h
ward known as Ward 7. P. '. .\le
(,.mwan, Est., acted as spoke'rimia n for
the comii lttee, stating that tht citixe'Is
of the listrict affected 11(1 n() .rit"..
an(es to Iile (Xecvpt that this
of the (ity desired more repr si a
I ion. The section of the city asking
for the new ward is what is gen't ally
knov.'n as "iIrooklynt", tying las; anid
southit of Ile Isaurens Mills village. .\t.
.\I( owan stated that the contuittee
simply desired tie enldorsemilent of th14
counil in the matter as the creation
of the new ward was inl the hands of
the general assembly. lie retIllested
Ithat the olnilcil give its endorsement
to it' wlan an( appoint a committee
to reprosenit te(' city before tihe legis
lat u re. iy a unanimous vote the re
quest of the committee was granted
anIdo a committee composed of NIayor
Babb, Alderman Bishop and Mr. Me
Gowan nyvas appointed to bring the mat
ter before the legislature.
Thte ouiids of tile new Ward, as de
seribed in tie petition of ithe commit
tee, wvould be as follows:
Rlegining at a point on the eaist
side of little River on tie soutiwast
,;itle of tie vorpoirate limits of the said
City of Laurenvis and runn11ing upl the4
east side (of .a id i yiveq to tie tack of
11m Colmibt'ia, Nowberry and Laut lenS
Vvilrioad and .runnting lup the ctoer
of the main line (if said railrtoad Irac
lo the etnter of Pine street. est ward
to lolmes s treet and along the ('ot
ler of S:aid lioltites str'et norlhwiari'ld to
tleming street and thetce eastward
;loig the center of said lleining slire
to the eastern limits of the eily v of
Laurenvis to thle beginning .1oint.
Chifc of Police Blakely a ppear'ed he
fore iltoe noincil and stated that the
tIei beri's of Ihe police force were find
Ing it very dihliclt utnder the prevail
ing high prices to make ends mot. tie
said that tihe tacit were giving faithli
setrvice nIlih and (lay ano were dt
rerving of a itigher wage. 'Mayor habb
stated that see'al of them' had con
soired resigning to aecept better pay
in- jobts elsewhoe, bi tiat he had
privaIled u1pon thml to I''iaitn uitil
raise of $1- 1 ach per moth.
an olire ljiiists a ' to 10' ew i e n es
strtatedl agaiinst payin i wi- .o lionise'',
one fat' jewelry anid (one for optt iial
lical linte was ntot ri'reiiid to 'a' a
license as a jeweler "'len hie 'did
r'equ est for tai redu'tcti in ttis li 'nse'
as a whlolesale' giocci' as his v';l'iiue
(of buisine'ss Was muic(h smialler than
(Cant ited on Laast Pagei.)I
roving Picture Hlouse to b~e
of il a mil e 14) e tni ('a t r.,iiot n1(4
white pteopie tiian atmong lith' neries.
13r. J. M. hear'den, ('ity health allii'ert.
'stated yesterday thaI lie ('stimated
that therie Wverl" ahout two latiiredl
eases In the city and on the Iimme tiaten
vicInity. 'Many of thbe iot al distri'cta
are also expieriengt~ a revival of tihe
epidemieI, ntotab'lyi Ithe districts aroundl