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HUNS GIVE UP WORKS OF ART
World-Famous Paintings Stolen From
Belgium Returned as Stipulation
of Peace Treaty.
By tpe terms of the peace treaty
Belgium and Ghient will respectively
recover prlceless works of urt, one of
which was lisupposed to hive been de
stroyed alfter thte (iermnills mntered
Loutvuln, wilhe tlie other has long been
incomiplete beeniSe two important
parts of it were in I lie Kaiser 1riedrich
museum, Berlin. 'le Ltouvain paint
ing is the work of Dierlek Bouts, a
"Last Supper," whlih hllis been de
selhebd itas "Ybrtt ainly one of tle finest
exalililes of ileini ishi lfiteenthl century
art" and was pit1ed for (lie collegiate
church of St. Pier're. The iminting had
Come dI 'n th e cturiliI-iis as the Chlef
adornn, 't of tle churcl, and disap
peared afte-r the (iarinn occupation.
It wils helleved to lhtim! heen destroyed,
but is now known to liave been re
moved find preserved by the invader,
and its return Is one of the stilialitions
of tle pence ti'ety. The oil.er famous
painting "''le Adoration of the Lamb."
has been Callel "the ilrst lind greatest
masterpiece of tifteenh century imint
Ing produced in l'landers." It was
begun by Ilub'rt van Ey('k, but con
tinued ukn( lhii lshed by J1111 vank i Eyck.
Time had sejarited the pars of the
painting and at present the central
painel remlains inl the( chapilel of St.
11avon lin Ghnit, another part Is In
Brussels, and yet a notlii in I ellini.
Brussels will probaly retirn er Ipart
of the comllposit lion. and (ermaiiy is to
give back tle portions that have been
In her possession, so that the painting
as a whole will once more be isseimi
bled lp tle. chapel for which it was
HOUSING IN GREAT BRITAIN
Problem Bids Fair to Be Successfully
Worked Out Through Fair and
In connection wvith the problem of
reconstruction in the united kingdom
various housing scliemies are conteni
plated. Variety in the model dwell
Ings to he erected lis been encour
aged by the enterprise of the London
Daily Mail, which offered prizes
amounting to 510,0() for "designs best
and most sitible in themselves and
most nearly In line with the arhitec
tural traditions of the several dis
The couintry was divided Into flii
nrens-the norl hern, nilanid nitid
Welsh itinustiti Ila r-ns, and tie soilith
ern and midland linties rural area,
with a priz' of $2,500 in ench sectlion.
Over 3.1500 die-signs were sibmiti'd. In
tie wining dsigns the Ineedl for eoi
omly In ill e'isI's was 1111parent%
in 1141111itm to these new o11)10
homes, it demand has arisen ir ftrn
tire es( chially suit:tbli. for hinii, the
construction of w hlh woul Ib of the
slimplest, coinineId wN-th1 the requlired
rigidity ni sirenmtih. A suiessful at
tempt to Iel r1 his nlod lis been tm11adi'
by the( shor-ditch T'ehlnt instlituto
(Lotidoni), at which etinge fu rniuri,
desginell lit tm14. vill ientr I3slhops of th
instituti- timid exe-uted by the boys at
the schoo1, hatis bn'eni ( ixhibiltion.
Beat Huns at Their Own Game.
The most hateful clptetr of the
work of si_1ln In wa r wa the in
trodlu('lon of heiet w I~ arfarme. UTe
first gas tittin1k, 44n April 22, 1915, anid
the flie othetrs thatt fellowedh within
little more thn a mnonith, futd the
allies unprel ird, and1( it wtas not unr
til Rept embler that they we-ire able1 in
any way3 to retatlIa to. Bitt the Imme1th
(diate' re'ply wahs one)1 thait ild honor to
si'cince. Duei toi t he' spleid work of
thei late ('olonel 1l[arrlsoni a system0 of
dlefenise biy gas masks1( was estabtlished,
in which thle tillies wuere fot' thle greaiter
pa rt of theii wnr fttnr nhead of the1'li' ad
versnries, wuhio 'nly suceeded'i in comn
ing up to themu by lea rning an liicopy
Ing our methbods. It wats In l ile to
estimante what would hiave' bieen tho
destritlton enuiisedi by toxie gases but
for these dcefensive- mneasures.
Mr. Jon1les kee4ps )igentis, nrtid AMr.
Brown, next doiour, tries to keep pigeons.
Air. TBrowin is 'otnintly3 los ig birds,
while Mfr. Joneiis is as coinstantly sut*
perf ed of fidtig t hem. Thle iother
mnoring i-. Brown,. with a smii le ianil
ai imte aipproaichedl the youthbful sonl
and hteir of Mtr. .rJnes.
the coin. "i dadlidy f11in li nI yest er
"'Andl was It a blue bIrd with stome
white fetthers In its wing?''
"Dunno,"i' respo1unded' Willie, junket
big the dint". "Youil ('nni't (t'll their
color whienl thley're in a p1e1!"
Sight-Seeing From the Air.
T'o viiew thei 54'4nii wondiqer of (lie
west fromIi(l thail' 4'sentin1 g the rough Lr
trails nnid rinky3 hciei'irs tha11t oftein
screen'i th rnre-alist vlsItaIs --tha lt is I he
prospaect 4 ifertedi to tourlist s who aimake
Salt Lake ('Ity thi-ir "'g'ing-iii" hlinlit
for- iight'-elm. tIls. tay4 t''qtn:nr
amirpinnes ha v' b'eei preiartit- for' iih
wor41k of ienrrylni travelers'I to, and1(
over, thle hitinuty spolts of thie region,
some hmi'trto inncessble-.
Concert by Telephon..
hour's -onier't uver' thm t, nimn-. Pno
alttetioni to Its itmsle rmehineg re
(ords, is inierretisIng sale-s by gi ving til
hour's i-e'Ii4-rt u-er' th14 t elephonule. in.
trns wv~ilhing toi enljoy thle new,
est 'rcordis i-iled the stiire's mulIsic de
pairttinerlt at thei appOinted tithe and
NEGROES STUlED! of the world." It then adds that "the
UP BY AGITATORS negro wants a Lonin and Trotzky" to
enmancipate tile black pecople of thle
1olisheviki, I. W. W., and Other Iadi- 0ar) The same paper prints that
eal 'Elements Apleial to Negro Prej- "Africa Is today but a hige mart of
udices. white robbers," but adds that "tomor
Whtlngton, Aug. 30. -Agitators rov she will bo a country of negro
among the iegroes, supported by the )atots.
Ilolsheviki, the I. W. N., and other The government Is in possessioi of
radical elements in the country, have i mass or evidence showing the ac
opened a camlipaigi for self-determin- tivities ot agitatos among the negro
atlon for the iegroes of all cornIerS population. It is sail by i'ei1)lbl)
of the earth, according to reports otllls ha mos
reachilig here. The agitation is, 111 among the negro population Is (lit lo
some rcspects, ott-aid-otit anti-Ameri- IIh(, nceildiary wiitigs al specelteS
canl. of the agitators.
Accor(diig to a lilgiro newspa per,
puiblislid in New Yoik. a committee (;OVilN)R (OOPE i
has beln formted ther the pulrpose of CONFEIS ON I. C. L.
wilel is Ito aid the so-called "West
Intdianl Fe(leration," inl whiich they Wi111 ("olert I Vonfer('nce, to Meet
give thid r approval aid snipport to tle iresliit Wilson Today it White
itovelnient. h'lis Salev paper ilnids House.
ILenint and Trotzky. who, It declares, Washigton, Aug. 29.-Governors
are "ema 1ivii It ig tie wifi e masses iian mo at. thed ot eren at salt "the
City recently to confer with President
Wilson regarding the bighti cost Of liv
ing were to see the president at the
Whie House today. The delegation D
is COos ,t ;;e;;;; ATTENTION PARENTS
i ssoui; Cooper, of Souith Carolina;
Stewart, of Alontana; Sproul, Pennsyl
vaia; .\lIik< n, la ine; (C iiiel Ai
zonia, anlik a Nran ujst, MI unnlesot a. Is your boy or girl going to any South Car
olina College or Prep School this Fall, as a 0
.e*-pay student? If so write us, we can save
you money. Give the name of the school. >
SEALEDT Carolina Farmer and Stockman
AT YOUR G FamrSJon a
+AXWE HOU5 8 Exchange Bank Bul'
MAWELL HOUSE *Charleston,
The Season's Leading
Here in This Full Sho
Styledom recognizes such a wide va
riety of new ef'ects, varying from semi
fitted to loose belted and with Coats
ranging from medium to knee length,
every type of figure has a selection of
pleasing, suitable models which are all
the more attractive for the inclusion of
fur especially in short hair skins, deftly
worked into the decorative treatment
of both upper and lower Garments.
We are showing some Characteristic
New Models of Tricotine, Tinstletone,
Serges, Black, Navy and Colors.
Priced at $32.50 to $65.00
COATS AND WRAPS
Run largely to Coats and Coat Wraps,
there being but few Capes, whiie in
furs some of the new garments are
capelike in effect. The new Coats are
full and loose with the lines of the
shoulder and arm-hole ample and free.
Large pockets, choker collar, and fre
quently down the front seam of the
Coat, fur trimming is largely shown,
indicating a richness to the new Coat
which will please the woman who
seeks for a regal elegance in her fall
attire. These new Fall Coats come in
all shades of Tinstletone, Velours and
Price $25.00 to $50.00
Stylish Sport Skirts in I
The variety of new sport skirts we are sh
scription of each individval model. Thpey run
strikingly contrasted color effects in the fal
modlels. You must see the exclusive styl
are now showing to appreciate their beauty
Wool Serge Skirts, Black and
Wool Plaid Skirts, .. . .
Style Favorites are All
wing of The Earliest
Though a slight change is noted in the
sidhouette of the fall stylCs, suggested *
by draped effects at the hips st-rictli. (
speaking there is no radical departure
from the straight lines of the tam iliar
American model. Simplicity in cut is
e-mtrasted by a perfect riot of richness
in broidered, braided and but toned
novelties in trimming, while a slight
departure to French ideas is seen in
the lines of the returning Coat Dress.
But as will be noted in the scores of
models we show endless variety of de
signs most becomingly overtakes the
unity of figureline in the new dress
fashions for fall. Serges, Satins, Crepe
Meteors, in Black, Navy and Colors.
Priced at $25.00 to $50.00
THE NEW AUTUMN
One of the most important features in
in our display of new Fall fashions is
the attractive array of new blouses,
which we are showing in several dis
tinct lines of quite different classes of
models for early fall for every occasion.
We are showing some exclusive models
in all shades.
Price $5.00 to $12.50
MAany New Fall Fabrics
owing is really too exte nsive to ati t(mplt a dc
from the simples t in making with the use of
>rics to elaborately tiirimed and side( plea ted
es of SPORT1 WOOL PLAID SKIRTS we
Navy, Price $8.50 to $15.00
- Price $13.50 to $15.50
E TO TRADE