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MUST SAVE FOOD
FOR WORLD REIEF
Hermt Hoover Now in ?op.. and
Definite Program of fed Cemeesn
vation Will Soon Se Anneeced
From Washington. - UIsene eR
Hungry People Looiag to Asto4
Columbia.-Wth the e.ia0 4 o
the armistice and the cessan ed the
fghting in Europe there is daneaw that
we, in America who have bee a6
tocted so lightly by the w-a,. as com
pared with the saferlaw et the p.
pie of many European oanarlee, may
think our duty done and deerease out
eforts toward food eeoseaatimon.
This must not happe., says the
POod Administratun. The American
people have beftre theam a greater
obligation than ever beftn. because
famine is threatening in many landa
which have been opened %p to the
allied world by the evaeuaon at the
enemy, and the millions of people, de
pendent upon the outside world fot
food until they can- make a harvest,
are looking hopefully to Amrica.
Hundreds of thon.ands of Americau
soldiers and their allied commdes
must continue to eat, altlough they
have ceased to fight.
The countries that are laying down
their arms are plunged into a state
of great unrest. No factor is so con.
ducivo to anarchly as is hunger.
Vhat may happen in lurope no ont
knows. lut to relieve the world hun
ger is the si-rort way to 1iiekly ro
store the world to normal.
For the present the Pooi Adnint*
tration is aplialing to the Anerican
people merely to exercin. care and
Judgment in food buying anl food
constumplion. Later a definite pro
gran of conservation of food for
world rel'ef will be made public.
Herbert lloover is now in lihurope
looking into conditions. As soon as
It is known wlpt a.re the food require.
ments, this program will be Corma.
lated, and every housewife in the
land wil be asked and expected to
The Government, through the Yood
Administration, le asking the Amerl
can people at the present time to
carefully use meats, fats, butter, lard
cheee and kindred commodities. and
to await the forthcoming food saving
program soon to be made public.
Foreign Nations Urgent Call.
Columbia.-Nations liberated from
the German yoke are daily and urg
ently calling upon the United States
lor food. The pressure of this de
mand Is emphasized in a cable re
oontly received by the Food Adminis.
tration from Herbert iloover, who is
now in Europe to survey the foreign
situation. After a week in INuropE
Mr. Hoover cabled that the situation
did not then admit of the formulation
of a definito program, but that Amer.
ica should be firmly impressed with
the necessity for continued conserva
tion, wich1 is more needed now than
at any time since the United States
becaTije aligned with the enemies oi
Mr. Hoover is now negotiating with
tle Allied Governments regarding
:hipping, finances and organizations
Untill these details are flnally settled,
It will bec difficult for him to outlIne
a definite constructive progratm. Mr.
,Hoover arranged beffore leaving Amer.
bea for the Immediate purchase ci
*7,000 tens of food to meet thte most
,rgent needs. The first of the fleet
et ships carrying these supplies has
already rached E!hrope.
* A soon as it is poatible to do ses
:the new program of food con servation
4Er wotrelief will be made kaes
-Bltter Price Dirops in Sanu F*rancisco,
San Francisco, . a n. 2:t.--- itt er
(lrolpped to 50ec whol esalIe on i hm lcl
market today, a dtclinel of Ie since1 yes.
terday andt 10e sine till first of tihl
'today by the genteral assetly wheni
the house5 ad~oplted. 95 to I, the senlate
lill repealini't to lowers anlti-lapijtal
lill, the senta e t akingl inuneodiale an
tion. It wa s !xpected fthe b,1 il old
be signed at o
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som*I n 'idiiant
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beatliLi hIt is
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30TH WILL NOT
COME TO SEVIEt
Division Will Debark at Charleston.
Not Come to Greenville Says Dis
patch. Will be Demobilised at
According to a statement from As
istsant Secretary of War Crowell, as
quoted in a special dispatch received
by the News and Courier, from its
Washington correspondent, "there
seems to be no possibility of the
Thirtieth Division being demobilized
at Camp Sevier, since that camp is
now being evacuated."
The Thirtieth, according to Secre
tary Crowell, will be disembarked at
Charleston, "if possible" and will then
proceed to Camnip Jackson, at Colum
bia, and will probably -be demobilized
Tho dispatch received by The Nows
and Courier ,ls froin its correspondent
K. Foster Murray. It is as follows:
Vashingtoi, .Jan. 25.-Souti Caro
Ilina's (ilota of the Thirtieth division
will not be demobilized at Camip Sevier.
Tlley will be sent to Caip Jackson af
lei debarkation, bilt it is not certain
wilre they will be dmilobilized. It is
fiurt hi to Ie noted that in referring
to the rt'liit'rn of the 'hirtieth the war
departmllleit flow slightil <laliiits the
lalenent tha1 Chaileston will bo thle
ih-t rta ion poinit.
"enaltor I). mith nw coitllili d
'() his heti %ith] anl vttack of* influe,1Z
refraid i ron "'aldig sides" inl tIe
oR401111t lion belttei (:retnvill aIlI
llumbl~ia for. tin demlobiliz:1ionl un11H
(tnobit luul willlriwn in favoir ofi'
r ii I i tll .i11i tiad l i~isst l ur of
,:mthl Carlina. hod passed aI re-so!lu i0:m
in llg t dsignatioll of Camp evin r
(in receipt of, this iinfiriation 1 t' -
;Ator lcon1111intunient with) the wvar dit
partmlenit Specifically inl beh-flf of
Greenivile, anld todlay ]I1. cvrivold the(
followiig tetter frtolI Assistanit Seiv
"T~ have ilvestigated the plalls lor
t retir in of tle. 'hirit ieth Division.
This ivision is s(dledill' folr (ally
vonvoy arld will he (isellbar'ked at
('har'leston if possibile. They will theni1
proe'ed to am .1ackson, at Colum
li, ani will probably be detlobilized
there. There seems to be 110 possibili
ly of feir being delIobilized at Camp
.Sevier, sinee that camp is now heing
Iater' ovor tihe telephone Secretary
CrowvelI iade the statement positive
ltat Calp Sevier would not be the dI(.
iobilizatioll point, as it is witloit the
facilities whihel are regarded as ab
TEiS'i' V'OT'i: A (. I NST
I'E 'TAX ('0.13.1ISSION
lionse Voes 'Today as it it is A gailtsi
Coliiilbia, Jail. 2S.---The lilusi (nIl
\T4nd toay at 11::10 o'clocki. Akfter
1clearinig ils calenldar,. the most, im -
Ii'rtain wolrk of, that bioily so far was
to pas.. to secoldli Ieidiig the lill to
atei'ti a Imard of tax assessors wich
wold ri'ltiaci'e the r'eseni Tax Cofn-.
mli.siont. Tihe bill lrovides that there
shall1 be a boiardi of assessors conisist
ig of I-IilImembehrs, 011ne fr'om eachl juidi..
(ial circutit, one half of whom shall hie
apin Ited for two yearis and the oilher
half' for' four years anid after that all
ain~~itees for four years. Tfhe ap
pol Intmeltnts shall b le by the G'overn'lor 011
delegat ion of the counti11es in each jui
dii>lal ci reit tor a majitori ty theureof.
The test vote sho1wd itlIhat t he tax
aga inls -17 iln favor' of thle bloardo of as
Sessors. Th' iis left lti mem111ber's abhsent
itr not voltilng. The1 final i ight will be
Tih e Illse adijoiurineid 1 nt il tior
rowv morning at 11: Pt o'clock. ('halir
manlt liradford., of the ways andit meani~s
tcoIijnmitt, says t haIt in view of' lhe
nonbtier of hecarinigs whlich' wililihave to
lit hi:it ll ii the approprat'ion 1 billI, nto
dti i Riotr te initrodtiletioRn of t hat bill1
lhas btern fixed. it loioks thleref'ore as
if the (:trut'ral A.ssembily is in for a
fuor'tlday se'ssiin. So fart tno hig gt't
ital legislationl has bteern iroposed,
inone oif ithe adiir1alive tieastire's of
(Gov. (Cooper' hmve beeni putt in t hae
lo bririg biefotri thIe lenislatutre..
Tie Ilous convenedOt lastt(ii tt niighit andi
'ut init its t ime cli'arinig its 'alentdar.
Th'le llotsi' started sominethintg else
againtst ft' (oluitia (his atnd I'slectric
('mpany in thr Ile shiaple of a iresoltIion
it1roduceed hy 1Repllresen tative' IFa ires
of PFaI ilt Id to( havi the wii'at er'works in)
vt'stigaited, alleginlg in1 Its pr'eamble
thait t he St ati' cana):l had bee'n wVrec(ked
an tha lit It shout11li e in vestigated.
A bill of it ate(- wide iteres''Ct wleho
lossedl the hlouse atii was sent to the
Senate was thle .\eAdamns measure pro
v'idinig for' the retgutlat ion of venereal
iisea ses and the treatentlnr o (f in feet
ed pe rsonls. Th'iIs is onie of thle prto
gressive healthl mieasutres recommend
ed biy Drm. .f. A. lnaynes, State healthi
ofileer, and by ex-Gover'nor Mlanning
in thie latter's last annulal message.
Another mneasre of in-terest which
was applr'oved andI sent to the Senate
was the bill sprovIding for persons opi
crating business in their own .name to
comnly with ie nesnnt satis se.
quiring disclosure of the names and
the addresses of the proprietors of -bus
Becauve of the small number of
members present, which, however,
was above a quorum, the debate on the
'bill providing for a State board of as
sessors in lieu of the present State
Tax Commission, on which there prom
ises -to be a real legislative battle,
went over until tomorrow.
OS e ee e * e e e @ e
* . * 060 0 *0 0 0 SO0 ae
On January 23, God in His infinite
wisdom, saw fit to remove from us, our
dear brother, Barney Louis. "Doc" (as
be was known) was a good honest man,
always cheerful, which made for him
many friends. He bore so patiently
and without a mnurmiur his suffering for
three weeks, and leaving a bright tes
tiiony to his love( ones. Naturally
man will cling to life, but his last
I words twere "Liord, Thy will I)e done",
and in his weak and frail voice he
sang, "I am bound for the promised
Ile leaves a wife, thiee ehildren, a
rathIi er, imtiit her, six blrot hers and one
sister to m4ourun e lid r loss, blut our loss
is Ileaven's gain. Ills body was laid to
rest in l'opl:a r Spri nps clhiu relbyarid he
side his litte sister. Eula M.a.
ea r onie. tlio t arl one.
1,ut thIly nii ory will linger still:
io us who how ill hiuble subiijssioni
To our ll.a11 vinly Iather's will.
ume ricn i~hintor k iiled In Frnnie.
Paris, .a'. 2.-Aviation tAeutenant
O'Neill of telie American army, was
killed instaiit.ly this afternoon near'
Chatillon -Siu-Seine wlien Iis imiach ine
collapsed at a height of about 700 feet
from an unknown cause.
THE DAY SATURIAY
Storm at PeacO Conference Averted
Through Skill and Tagt of French.
man. Lloyd George Expected Openl
Paris, Jan. 26.-The peace confer
ence on Saturday weathered -its first
storm and under the inspiration of a
speech by President' Wilson and skill
ful guidance by 2M. Clemenceau, the
chairman, unanimously adopted reso
lutions declaring for a league of na
tions. The conference also went on re
cord Jn favor of incorporating the
league as an intergal part of' the
general treaty of peace and 'admitting
to -the league "every civilized nation
'which can be relied on to promote Its
Belgium, Serbin, Rumania, Portugal,
Brazil, Slan, China and Czecho-Slov
akia, protested against the various
committees being largely restricted to
the Great Powers and asked for pro
portional representation privileges,
particularly on bodies dealing with
the league of nations, labor and re
paration for war daiages.
Although this was a cloud no bigger
thanl a nutn's hand, it thbreatened at
one time' to grow into a genieral
aliginievit of IIe simal l)owers agalist
Ile ive Gren Powoers. This, hioweVe,
'was avietI by M. Clelmenceau'i s goofi
t(1fepered anid skiilful direction.
I sion aidl the am iimpressive
dignity as tle open session. with a
ti'tt'stin yet ting of Arabs a1i In
dinsl inl their flarbpa and1( tunics . as,
-a dikt ingis'hed array of prieiv
i in islers anid other world figu re..
Presidentl Vilsoni for thw first ime was
acconipanied( by tle eltire Aiericanii
delegation, Col. louse having recov
red suatliitn 3tly from hi is illness to Ie
Although it had beei exPe(Ied fliat
Preilier 1,loyd (eorge would open the
discession oil tile league of nations,
President Wilson had this honor. The
President was followed by Mr. Lloyd
George in a brief address, and the
resolution favoring the league was
adopted without dissent after the pro
posal had been seconded -by Premier
Orlando for Italy, Paul Hymans for
Belgium and -Mr. Lu for China.
'When the other resolutions were
brought up and the protests of the
representatives of the smaller powers
were made, M. Clemenceau made a
plea for harmony and on his assur
ance that the Supreme Council -wou.ld
give attenion to the viewspoint of the
small nations all of the proposed
amendments 'were withdrawn and the
resolutions %were adopted unanimously.
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Take notice that on the 3rd day of
February, 1919, I will render a final
account of my acts and doings as Ex
ecutor of the estate of Margaret M.
Mooro deceased, in the ofilce of the
Judge of Probate of Laurens county,
at 11 o'clock a. m. and on the same day
will apply for a final discharge from
my truat as lExecutor.
Any'person indebted to said estate
is notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all persons
having claims against said estate .will
present them on or before said date,
duly proven or be forever barred.
ARTHUR L. HUDGENS,
Jan. 1. 1919.-1 mo. Executor.
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