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vO XMXXV0 LAURENS, SOUTil CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER S, 1919. q ME3 R
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8P, DIAL 8PEAK8
f[ PUBLIC tF[NS[
Decries the Spirit Today to
Oin an Address .Read from Manuscript
Senator Dial Expresses Jnimset1f Up
on Inmportaint Problems of the Ptub
lie and of Congress. Opposes (Gov
On September 27th U. S. Senator N.
B. 'Dial addressed the Senate upon the
subject of strikes as they affect the
public. The speech was evidently con
sidered somewhat ont of the ordinary
as it was carried in part by the As
sociated Press in th cafternoon papers
of the same day. This being the first
address of any length by the Senator
since his eitry into Congrses, The Ad
vert iser prints 4L in full, as follows:
-Mr. Dial: .Ir. President, I ask
unanimous consent to take a little of
the timne of the Senate to present some
views that I have on a subject that I
consider of consideraible importance,
so much so that I have written.down
what. I have to say.
The Vice President: Is there any
objection to the Senator proceeding in
the morning hour? The Chair hears
-ir. Dial: Air. President, I have been
a member of this body for such a short
tine I feel a delicacy in saying any
thing on any subject. However, in
1lese troublesome times if I were to
romain silent when It is lily duty to
speak I feel that I would be very dere
lict in performing my duty, not only to
tilet people of South 'Carolina but to
the citire country,.
I notice in the Washington Post of
a day or two since where one John
Fitzpatrick, a high official in the
Amer'can Federation of Labor, said
that in calling the steel strike lie felt
that he was representing this Govern
m1ietnt. I (1o not arrogate to myself
authority to speak for this Govern
ment. but I (1o say that so far as my
Iinterest in it is concerned when lie
called said stijike lie (id not represent
my part of the G(overnment. I repudi
ate any effort on the part of anyone to
entagle. this Government on the side
of cit her capital or labor in private
disputes. I ain a friend of bothI cap)
ta1 an1d labor. To drive out the one or
to oppress th otiler woil( he etitially
tI.l ida l to lthe futuiire plosperity of
this countriy. I believe hiat capital
shoubl he 'inCourtged to inlvest and to
devejiop the( res0.ourc:s of our nation,
a ml ire by givc tillployinent to our
peol', and that it sholid he allowed
a fair and j.ust retirn for ils use. At
the same time lablor souhl he treat!
phra:' "a 1iving wage" never
appiealdi to mie. .\iin wor1k not? only
to liv'. but to neeltiinlate, to bletter'
I heir conition01, to be~ eniabled to edit
('nte their elilidren, and to buy hloes
an t11 o lay upI setlugll for' .-uppiort in
131l a3ge. I have 11( objtection1 to labor
its coniti on. if onie diesires~ to join
the union anid if the union i il lin'
to aihtiit him, 1 see no ohj.tin. Oin
the ai.31 lit'h, if a ri' refers. to re
I~i i it; f 1111. ro n oi l' th 13 yh tid -
oiir: .ai-d 'Iti' pursu have lin e of1i
war il-y dif re andS x ~ bheubeeno he
ploy i a d omrlo hrsed.. theiol( gae
Itlie t' am1( 1 troniy talpove to hort
andutioland sti intll Ger dm'e poce
tio g tr in operatl '.ig puis l uti dlite.
fouer nd mpsiloe, -the y ie' should~ e.
somel( way of compu~tiSlsoy arbitration
in It' oc u pat ions above meniitonedl or
a r,~ asonablhie not ice to (qu11 shldl
het i31111ited. I ha ive no0 ob)ject toin 4o
labor(3 asklinig whaititever' it diesires for'
its seri' ces~i, and4 if It and Its empiloy'
Ir eann agree,. well andl goodf, butt If
uiot. they should1( be sloiw to stilke, but
i ng (if thle t oil itng mill iotns whlo ihave no
telilef andm who had ntothlintg to dto w Ith
the cause of the t roublie. T ktu ' oif
no law to comipel any particlart indi
Vidual to wvorkl for anly emplioyer' or at
any particular occupa~tlin. Whien they
(Continued on Pag0 Efight.)
IRECRW'ITlS IN LAURENS.
Party of Army Men Ieaded by 31j.
Sires, inl Laurens on Iteernliing
SCnnpagit. .To Visit Neighboring
A party of legular Army recruit
Oro from'Camp .JacksonI arrived int this
city last evening for it two-weeks'
stay, during which time tihey will visit
Simpsonville, Clinton, Fountain Inn,
Newberry, Tylersville, GIrecnwood,
Uray Court "nd Wtaterloo.
Thesc recruiters having been cal
vassing the entire state during the
summer months in the interest of gen
Oral service, infant ry, and have met
with extraordinary success. While
this is their first visit to Laurens,
they arc confident of holding up their
reputation while operating in this
iajor Edward It. Sires, Camp Ilos
pital, who has by the way, risen from
the ranks, heads the party and has
with him Sergt. Jesse Ford, 1tth Inf.,
Sergt. Timothy C. Reardon, -16th Inf.,
Sergt. Will J. Griffin, Camp Iospital,
Sergt. Harry C. Turner, -18th inf.,
Corpl. Arthur It. Glenn, 'Motor Trans
port Corps and Corpl. Edward Wright,
-18th Inf., all of whom have had con
These recruiters arrived inl a large
staff touring car of tile type used on
the battle f-ronts by our army in the
recent conflict. These ears are 9 pas
senger Whites and are a wonderful
piece of imechanism. They are operat
ed i)y the Motor Transport Corps un
der whose jurisdiction all aitomotie
behicles are operated.
The army today, says Major Sires,
offers twonderful opportunities to
young Imen seeking an education or
trade. At Camp .Jackson, educational
and vocational schools are being op
erated with a heavy enlisted enroll
ment. All the modern studies are be
Ing taught from primary school cours
es to and including high school sub
jects. For thoso qualified, certain
courses are also offered at the Uni
versity of South Carolina, and all free
to the enlisted man.
In the vocational or trades schools,
carpentry, painting, plastering, alltd
mobile repair and operation. black
smithing, clerical, electrical and
plumbing are some of the most proli
nent stidies offered. Not only does
an enlisted man receive the theoreti
cal knowledge but also the practical
experience. These courses will, the
Government irmtly believes, lit a muanl
for a Iighly remuntilerative position up
oin ils completion of his enlisted ser
During their s'ay at Laurens, the
recruIt hng party hiopes to meet all
former soldiers in this vicinity as they
have it splendidmessage for those ImenI
whol have served thei ou1try. They
:also have -some v-ery interesting pro
positioll for anly young ninai or any
parent who enres to tall the matter
over with1 them .
TiE i1E 1111NE ('OM PA NY
INSTALi,, SWITl('iiitA B llD
3hlmdertn Intst rumni't itt'(ched by'i I ('01m
lleing ('onntied. .i
'Thie La:urens Tlelephtone ('ott )mny
rcelied a mtodetrn switchb~oardl lasit
nuo~li butd wose' shipenht was debiyedltl
1n necoun, t of 1( i the i llut I lty o ii ng 111
orders.'i3 bT e itrmnti. ein n
o lih'd and wirenpar ohe connctt edh
as rdheay astoenolt O las ; 'onito
day night whietteding i its ialtion
Llv:sinonenione in marenintinimo
leice les nofesa ry.uThgton weeipeo
rtnw ine tr111 ensda hli' ld wth
d'elight bys seht tepoe envrIatr tand
Ifithe news ill ostdsoub tht e recied'
titeilary byotesvr smli. y feri
Rec i((overedt t .Solen itFord.pe ol
,Mr.O M.idl' a.i Shtnn a youngi farmero
of he westernil ofr of theii cmuntip had
ward nigh wle ttedinaagt, Thiriith
Diviseron reuni oll 'InGeenvtlille. that
thee carwrs fom surthndn Caolina, were
tiepoth wassetoa liceevllat gave
tea acsedte eisyupiiu
W.TVIS .111,,s LSlIR
.\ 1114 SUCCISS
Large Number of People Snmw the Ix
hiblis of Which There Were Ve~ry
Th Watt. MLi itl tiutml Coluinity
P~alr was held inl the Comm Inity
House of the mill village last Friday
and Satutrday and was well attended
hesides provilg a1 success from every
olitr stanl(dpoint. The exhibits were
many and varied, reflecting credit up
on the manlagers and upon the exhibi
tors themselves. The fair was given
uider the direction of Miss Virginia
Agnew, welfare worker, and the teach
ers of (lhe school of which Mrs. I.arle
C. Owens Is principal. Valuable assist
anee 'was given by committees selected
from the community -and by the mill
Tlhe list of Irize winners lin the dif
ferent departments was as follows:
. Houselhold Produets.
Ilest jar of frin--Mrs. Metz, Ist;
Mrs. 10mm11iie 1Hinter, 2nd.
'Best jar of veget ables--.\l's. Jamell'S
Holier, 1st; NiMrs. Willie Kirby. 2nd.
Best jar of pieklef-- Mirs. MeKle. 1st:
Mrs. Tinsley, 2nd.
Blest jar of jelly . 1 John Clric,
ist; .Mrs. R. A. Carter, 2nd.
II. G4arden Products.
[lest collection of vegetabls-Altis
A. F. Colenian, 1st; Mirs. Templeton,
Best single vegetable --irs. L. C.
Iangston, 1st; Mrs. Oeo. Steward, 2nd.
Finest collection of ferns-.Mrs. Jes
sie Blurns, 1st; Mrs. J. II. Ilolcombe,
Flinest single fern-lMrs. Gary Pow
er, 1st; Irs. L dy Mllis, 2nd.
Finest pot. plant. (Cleusi)-Mi's. Tom
Avery, 1st; Mrs. o. 10. Taylor, 2nd.
Finest pot plant (Begonia) -M rs.
Rickian, 1st; Mrs. 0. 1. Taylor. 2nd.
Finest vase of cut flowers-Mrs.
Jennings, 1st; Mrs. Rickmaini, 2nd.
IV. Cooked Articles.
Best pie .by girl less than 15-Mar
garet Coleman, 1st; Nona 'Sanders, 2nd.
Best. plain cake-Mrs. Arthur Gar
rett, 1st; 'Mrs. Lawrence Riddle, 2nd.
Best illed cake-Mirs. Sorgee, 1st;
Mrs. Dave Edwards, 2nd.
I ionorable mention: 'rs. Geo.
Stewart, Mrs. Rt. C. 'urter, Mrs. T. B.
Pleming, Mrs. Sam Wilson, Mrs. 11ot
brook, Mrs. Couch, Mrs. TAorce Jones.
V. Plain Sewing.
fiest Child's dress-Mrs. P. C.
'earce, Ist; Mrs. Guy Waldrop, 2n1d.
lest. boy's blouse -Mirs. llolbrook,
Ist; .\rs. .lodie Goosset, 2nd.
Itest garillent by girl I.- r mo -
Miss Mat' (arrett. 1st; Miss Mande
Timbliin, 2nd. ,
V1. I''aney Worki.
Rest piece faicy work by woiman
\is. Sit'zreaves, l1Ist: .isx .\larvic
IesI piece fancy work by .ili 1.5 or
loore --Mliss I.eona Pa tin. 1-1: Mis
les't piece fanc'y w' ork by ,v irl les
111h11n 15.- .\lN1do llo n e . Ist: 1.:Imer
I':t (i). l' i f.u' llle i va .
ill'a uiion, 2 nd fy n 2 e r
'Chei'egreliar -Mriits. te Ting ninat
('liiiilui' art (obnl''' is:\s S'hTltnlb'
i \\' Iaen toelie m e 3 .I. ng 11 ('ii' r ,e
h'and' wo1' t hi . il te r :1)1 noM.
.\le Irs. meetingabb hto fae. ive plali bfor
lliorkiedi scad irl.~ ' o10md.O
accouto'tmb a 'e)unIer of Comec eiii
Chamber of IECtltonaerle'e~t i Ise 'le
is ated to11 the mweeting inat the 0)r
the1~i beg meetin g ato frm a'( lan(' or
poeens istt expecte to beaad. On.
account of. the uli'age numbierof mm
her 1'xpectd to bm.Te presenv it lis pro-i
losaed inoholdh 'eocn (in then oirt
goe nsdraleln rPlan islerie.gth
Mr.s .o. la. r.h frely stte
thatenille firm. Te ntw iandustr Ppis
Cola nni othne nannla' ,drink.
'eople Shoiuld Hlid hn They 111ve
il Buy More C0114''1 Iy 111111 (' X l)('P50(
Baunkers g..enerally lutte expressed
I vwn'.,,!%ves; as g rea tlIy inteI rv~lted in1
the reellt activity inl the l)iberty bond
inarkel, tho subhstantial 1ise in price
teinling to indicate that the former low
levels will not again be reached and
Ihat 'ar market or- better i'ay soon
be exwected for all issues. Two is
sis---the Irst and fifth-have been
fluoted above par, andl the voluie of
'radin seemlis to show that the gen
Pral polic, as well as investing cor
piration'1 i.b coming more and more to
recognize the sound possibilities in
Onl.! of th- helpful signs. it is pointI
edl out, is fthat the bonds of the fourth
iss'le look a position twell in the lead
in tht , reetupward mlovemuent. The
fourth issi, paying I 1-0 per ('ct,
was the largest loan 'ver floated by
the ['n ited St' ates governmen101t. It re
eelved ille greatest polilrIll d istribu
tion, iexamliel(d efforts being made
to plne it in tihe hands of persons of
mnoderate meanis. Total subscription
to this issue amounted to $t0,939,073,
250 with a per capita subscription of
$60.57. South arolina took $:9,117,
150 of wihih olumbia's share aggre
gated $,931,200, more than 21,100 sub
scriehs being in the city.
lankers say that Liberty londs, be
cause they have long trins to run
before reaching maturity, will doubt
less have nbnllidant latitude for all
preciation after all of them have at
talined a par market. This Is an ii
perative reason, they say, why small
investors. pariticularly, should be en
couraged to hold the Liberty bonds
they have bought and to buy more as
their savings perilt.
D)IU STORE ROBBEDI'1).
Dr. Sati Holt Loses About $100 to
Thieves lit, LeesviIlo Friday Night.
Thieves Not Caught.
Dr. L. S. Bolt, Jr., sonl of Mr. L. S.
Boll, of this city, had the misfort une
to have his drug store at Leesville en
terevd by thieves Friday nlight whenl
about $100 worth of merchandise was
stolen. The store was entered by tile
rear door and the thieves made a get
away it is thought by automobile. Au
tom1obile (racks 1were found in front
of the store the next llornilng and
liar ,htie wee fdund a few simall ar
lieles which fihe 1 hieves had dropped.
As yet no clues have beeni found as to
thei iden t it y to IIgt it is I hmuo ht It hat
t heo thf ft wa*Is d(onIeit by a aig of mn
who 1 hav be11 workim: r u larly i
t lat terr I ry.
it4.w fo r I'iW ill I atrrying .
.\ I1-gr() 1:1t n . i vi nt Ih is n as
th -:r lieit. mI hi. hf'. ; ;. .\ 0 l' r
It in .\114 4l \Ity i t44rnolu I44 i 4 !4 ''n
I , lo a k poli : - InfI. i n th ,
' o f the k1, i o I . ; it hn -
: lo W h vi a t I : i t .I lA y I I hI.
T hat ba i ni\:5 I I I a : e n i wth
dr- t when<4 it Wa 4 1b4r eibi
'4 lilay(4ttt v a'lli .41 ,S
'i llfI ' li ' ll \\ 44 i :.' i cc 5' 441 l
1arri1 d (4a . -i aIc t ici ni o141 4
earti 44' II. la1n1th t he ha
itc aini.1 if lihi ' sala le., it s ntih-r
TheI( rest rooms4) t hat. hiave bleen
(lIippedl so beaut11ifuilly a1m4lioveni
lently by3 thle mIe14chanits and busiiness
men'I of Lauttrens undler the dliection of
the uiess )5 Womnc's Club will be
rma'iu~lly opened('O to the' pubhliC FrIday,
Ostober l1tth. C'omm~itteest- from the4
club will lbe on1 duty13 from 1(0 A. M. un
111 91:".0 I'. MT. to1 r'eceve the4 visitor's
and show themi( iroughl the( 1'o(pus.
Tlhe 1pub41i0 iS eordlill inv4.iledl t) Ihi.
((len ing (4n te second4))4 tloor of ihe
enuri t luonse.
Twg o o Ve(lerans11)1 llettitis of r
ed by the)0 governmlent. (George WV.
Moor'e, also of Laurcns and formerly'
with the 30th Dilvislon, has re-enlist..
ed for tihe mediclal department at
Camn .Tankann fotne ear.an
IA Nil SALI~i SM A14
()tly Smal1l11 Tracts of Liia l Sold iit
Lergal Sde 3Uond.y 1)rn ing.
Legal sales attraeld (111te a numilli
her! of pope to thw couulliy seal .\lon
day mlorilingf, hblt the sales (t nuidewer
of a illinlor character' xcejpL the pri
Vale sale of tIe Jlohn C. Iloyd properly
nea15 Iihe citv. This was boilligll bi .lr.
T. 11. Sfoo e re-l for.,;7.3.I..
Tllhe clerk of couit disposed of tll
.\. S. Dailey vs Hlattic Downs t.1 al,
a lot in the town of Cl iltonl; bought
by C. M4. Halley for $501.00.
M. S. Haliley & Sons vs DeLaney
l''loyd, one-halc acre in town of Cliln
ton; bought. by .1. A. Iailey for $100.00.
M. 'S. lHalley & Sols vs lAula .Jollisoll
(t al, four acres in towin of Clinton;
hought by .1. A. Halley for $300.
l"irederick Geirmiany vs Mrs. llettiv
Smith (1 al, 32 acres ill WaIte-rloo
township; bought by till plaintiff for
Tile sales of Coats vs Siber, and
Craig vs iienderson were called off
by 1)' 1iital consent.
The sleit')'T Ilade sales inl the fol
lAucy is. Winn i s I'S igtenlia SuttlIe et.
al. one tract of 22 acres near Marlin'-,
Cross Road.s: sohl to .1. W. Crainl for
$2.7m. Anot)her tract o)f :i( 1-2 acres.
sol( to It. E. Iabthh attorney for $22.5.
.J. .\l. l'itts vs Granhv Watson. house
and lot in ('linbon; ho1i4;hl by Ile
plaintiff for $10).
OUTFI'T AT WORKl
ON CLIN'I'ON ROAD)
Stat% Aid Project from hinards to
Fouitain hin Gotten U'nder Wiy
Teans and machinery were on the
grouid yesterday morning and work
actually begun onl tile top-Soil road to
bo built from the Newberry countly
line at Kinards to the reenville coui
ty line at FoIitain in. The start
was made at the Newberry end of the
'line and the outilt Will work towards
Clinton. At an early date, according
to 'ingineer Hughes, another outlit
will start from Clinton and work to
imeet the outfit working from Kinards,
the object being to get rid of this por
tiol of tle road before winter sets in.
Afer the road Is completed from
Kilards to Clinton, the plans of the
commission now are to start tile work
from Clinton towards Laurens. Mr.
Ilughes said yesterday that it had
been definitely decided to follow the
new Survey going by way of the old
Counts' ginnery which will cut off ov
er a ile of roalwiy, tIIhe sourvey by
wayt of I'. It. lailey's aind the County
Hiie having beell givell u).
I ,auirens loys Staillrred.
A large (rowd of lanns tool-111ll
foswtl 1p (o Cleinlsonl college" Fri
da~Y when (ho Cleilmon te-am defeated
I.!, D.1 idson team11 by a v st corle of -1 to
It. I'arlicular local hu r4t' was tak'ni
nl lilm, ::mlhln-ir e hwcal hatY.
II~ ~ ~ ~~ ~Izitl ;4 14 441! 4: 444I I' 5
.11444" .\rms41tron444, -' l'u '" l44o er and4(
('44nnorl I \1wens wevre' m14 4hes oif 1the
4 I44j9 : n 4 . ' ' lih 41 t 't--, i i :! I -
1 umaI :.' r444 .4', bo thafo
- ''th 'me uli'b th l on 44, unX
I u Se'%4inar\.1 '
Twol) *'ou1f:. l'nnister-. the~I 1 . Elli.
\. lFuller, of1 )lonl ille' and1 lhe e .
l,liurenis, who will become~l liis.ioni
ari4's, left last week for i~iuilslille
lunary for' thle year'. \l isses' Woffid1
and)4 Chane~iy will lake ai Iwo-year'
('Ourse in I le tranining dhelar'tmen'lt..
Seen'iti4elin i youn womeni fromi Iihe
state' ate Iainlg tile special t raining at
the semhinaryi' with thei vie'w of takhing
n4u mlissionaryi) workS. Five no4 1bers
of1 11he South (ar'otina ('m4?im(1.tl in
'1 11lng \l iss W(fford,4l 41r' Ii' e II rotIa41
'\r.'1,.: i 115. .l I S I. all 'hel' I 441 ng
Iint ertiifanmetI at Hea e rdamii.
An Ion cream and' (cake attylpe11r is an
nounced tol'l toake ilace at IDeaverdam
chur'ch next Elatuirday nIght to whIch
the public' Ia Invited to attend and
IN STR h[ ARIA
United States Troops Reach
N V io'lencee 1)irilng the Day But Pa.
rde Is Held Contrary to Orders.
Speakers, Sonto of Whom were inl
Soldier Uniforn, Announce Meeting
Chicago, Oct. G.-Martial law was
declared within a radius of five in iles
from 10ast Chicago, In1d., tonight by
Adjuitant. General Smith, acting under
itithority (' Go.v. laies Goodrich.
Aiatj. Gen. ixonard Wood, conmnander
of the. entr divisioi of' the Inited
Stiates atrmy. arrived at Ga'ry, nearby,
wi it 1,000 overseas regulars of the
Ioti'' It division to prevent tronble as
a result of a tenise situation inl the
sli-l mill strike region.
No violiie occttrred todiy, the on
!y onltbreiak t akting iIac e Saturday
Iight hefro state troops were sent, to
th~ tild.l !!nt a large Imrado of st 1ik-.
ers, includ ing 200 former soldiers in
iilioritm, it spite of iln order against
ptarades and mineeli] vas held today,
prelimi ry to a meeting of striker; in
a j'art at (Gary.
Speak'ers at til, ittass iteetiing, some
of whlon were int soldie'rs uin iformis,
aitnotineed a meetling of formter seI
ice men for tomorrow to consider
plans foi (lhe "release of one of our
imien" held it ('tistoly. It also was
annonneed t ihat a mass meeting would
he held lomorrow In Gary hall.
SIeel plants throughout the isorict
ctntinied to operate today varying
forces of lton at work. As ca pre
vious days, plan oflicins claimed that
iany additional men ihad reported for
work, but strike leaders asserted that.
only a few unskilled workers had gone
After an investigation following the
;trrest of a negro on a charge of car
ryiig a weapont, ('. ln. hIuber, assistant
postlmaster at Gary, declared today
lt ttmany firearms were reficilng ne
groes at Gary through the mails. He
expressed the belief that postofilee an
t horit ies could not refuse do]ivery of
lie airms after they once had been
plaeed in the Imtil.
'I'lie federa!l troolt sent to Gary to
nligt were dispatchlied In motor trneks
by Gea Wood immediately after he
hi:uI receireil a rettntest*for aid front
G;oveinor Goodrich. (ene'ril Woodi an
niuted thaIt he woild asinme per
moWIal comm11:1 Id or the troops.
On arrival of, tilt federal troops, the
t un I \\ ite witldrawn fromt Gary
c -wint'atiel in Indiaina Iaribor
\ .conant Wooid, cmad
h- adepa'rul tmntiof thed
I t'jn i hit fookI ii
lit-a il deehira-l
: 1ria l;w i th.
un th i-neal', orderts.
dal y sl, bu the0 *!t-on mov-tut
* t eli uil int Gary, Iled bty a large~
-h-ir if fittier soldia-. in- nni
iatnd .i t's niet i? in a (:ary
w '.~ herei' spea kers demamitled flit
retli-a-. ofi strikerts arriestedl after a.
tiot on Satutrday and the withldraw'.al
of t troo ps seit tbly Govecrntr Good rich
ofC indianta, at the reques('It or city of
Th'it iwa~s t he fi rs-t actiion by federal
'ailops si nec thle stee stike statrted
on S ptembiler 22. 1t enam' -unexpect('(d
l y as thler' hail lien comptatat ively lit -
ile disortdetr in any of thle eitges, hut
t' miovteent was rapid. No soonetr
hlu I 31a yotr I lodges of Gar iy askied Gov
-rni' Goichlilil for Iroopis after the
tia; meeti-ig had been held it v.iola
'ion of hIs (orders5, at-it it detiniance or
Itie :ai) state trtoops on dnily in Gary
I than tI-i gov erniort reheateid thle requnest
to Geiteral Wood at ChIcago. In flye
lionris the regulars at Fort Shteridan
htad .heetn loaded In trucks and trants
ontinnad on Pagra Woun.