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GRAY AND KHAKI
Confederates in Reunion Parade Joltn
ed by Gen. Lewis and Part of 5th
(Division. Ieunion Closed with
'Grand Ball Last Night.
Atlanta, Oct. 10.-The Confederate
veterans' reunion of 1919 came to a
close tonight with a grand ball at the
auditorium armory, 'but the crowning
feature of the day was the sight of
the old soldiers themselves marching
In their annual parade.
The remnant of Lee's armies that
marched today was little more than
8,000 strong, sonic in the uniform of
the old Confederate gray and others
In civilian clothes. The streets, gaily
decorated for the occasion, twere lit
erally Jammed with spectators who
cheered and wept and laughed as the
heroes of the sixties passed in re
view, many of them for the last time.
(Boy FScouts carried water for the
old soldiers and Red Cross ambu
lances follotwed in the wake of the
various diivisions, but few of those
who started out to march would ae
cept a ride even though overcome.
Here and there veterans dropped out
of line and rested on tle .u rb ; lien
joined the next division that came
The parade took nearly two liouirs
to pass the reviewing stand, the (old
soldiers theimselves 'being almost out
Ilnibiered 'by their escorts of honor,
and members of tle bands that ae
compianied them. The band and the
machine gun battalion of the Fifth
division of regulars stationed at Caip
Gordon %was one of the escorts. Local
mliitary schools sent their cadets and
various civic and fraternal organiza
tions also .w're in the line. There
were also a few representatives of the
Confederate navy, headed by Admiral
Wright, of Jacksonville.
General K. 11. Van Zandt, command
er in chief of the veterans, headed the
parade, accompanied 'by Brigadier
General Lewis, commandant of Camp
Gordon. As a token of esteem for the
veterans the regulars on suggestion
of their officers saluted the Confeder
ate flags, especially the score or more
of bullet torn battle flags that were
brought forth again and carried at
the head of companies.
Gaily decorated automobiles bear
ing maids and sponsors from each of
the former Confederate states and
from others where the United Diaugh
ters of the Confederacy are represent
ed added a touch of color and life to
the occasion. California was repre
Corns 'Tween Toes?
Use Easy "Gets-It"
Any ('orn or ('tllus ('omes Ot P'eace
fully, (G loriusly. Never Falls.
it is easy for "Gets-It" to reach
"hard-to-get-at" corns, and better yet,
it is easy to reuiove them, because
"Gets-It" inalkes them coei rigt off
just hike a banana peel. You can try
to dig or drag out your corns witi a
knife, or sli ic them witli a "bWoody"
Any Corn Peell Off With "Gets-it."
razoir, or use biandlages and tape andl
w rapi up your2 toe into a package, but
that's the "tr ieat-emn-rough,'" paiinful,.
foolish way. ('se 2 or :3 dropsl oft
"'Gets-I t"'-thiat's thi peaceiful, su re,
cominon-sense w t hat never fails.
You reach the ('0r1 easily with the lit
tie glass rod in thle cork of 've ry
'"Gets-It' bottle. It dloes; not hut the
true flesh. TFry it. trot anid smoile' lis
a blessinrg; never fails.
"(;ets-I,'". the only sure, gua~raintei'd.
mon ey-back<, (0orn- remoover, ((IsIs but
a triflle at any drug str ..\l'I'd by
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as the world's best corn remc dy by
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ACHES AND PAINS
You'll find Sloan's Uniment
softens the severe
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Jutst let it />enetrolet natural . Vhiat a
sense of soothing relief soo Jollows I
External aches, sti ffne(ss, !Iteneiss,
cramped muscles, straine< /sinews,
back "cricks"--t hose aiilmerW s cani't
fight off the relieving qualities of
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economical. 35c, 70e. $1.10.
sented, as were West Virginia, Colo
rado and others. Colorado flew the
stars and bars together and many vet
erans carried both flags. Flags of the
allied nations also were represented.
One company of veterans was head
ed oby a color 'bearer holding up a
frame from which floated small ban
tiers typifying every nation that went
to war iwith the central powers.
At the head of the Gate City guard
of Atlanta marched thvo young girls
dressed in the hoopskirts and pantal
ettes of the ante-bellium days.
Two contingentst of veterans of
'Company A", from 'lemplis, and a
Nashville cornmpaiiy, were fully eqiuip
IIed, carrying their rifles with Ithe old
ilme bayonets fixed.
The scene was not entirely milttary,
for the veterans yielded to the spirit
of the day and shouted and threw
kisses at lrett ygirls. Others stopped
to dance jigs to show that they were
not as old as they might seem. 1ivery
one among then seemed to be having
i the ilost enjoyable time of his life.
IS HOME AJAIN
lresideiit's l'e'rsonial Adviser A rrived
Y'esterilay in New York froi Frnice.
l' nwell, Asks (hat Ile be Allowed 41
Now York, Oct. 1 2.-Colonel Ed
.'arid M. lilouse, le rsonial advisor to
1'resident \ilson at the Paris lpeace
coinferciee. arrived here today on the
1trano ~ 1 Northern 'acific, sifferinog
1 romt a "slight attack of grippe."
'0olonel 1louse silent inearly a year
in Paris, where le has been repre
selting President Wilson in the su
priieie coicil since the latter's rettirn
home. With Colonel Ilouse iwere his
wife; 'otmiander .\lcLean, his person
al physician, and several others who
have been members of the colonel's
party at illotel Crillon.
The colonel would make no state
itent regarding his health except to
say that lie was "much better." lit it
was noticed that friends helped him
down the gang plank when lie came
ashore. Passengers said that he Irare
ly left his stateroom during the trip
from -lrest, and that several times
while at sea his personal )hysiciai
called in] Captain E'. J. Lee, thle ship's
stirgeon, for consultations. Following
these consultations it was stated that
Colonel louse was "suffering fromti a
slight attack of grippc."
While newspaper m1en Iwere adnit
ted to 1he ship's saloonl for a short
initerview it was said Ihe colon1el
agreed tha t he seeiied to he "a very
sick man." Several close friends of
the diplomiat expressed delight at find
ing i "lookill so swell."
Gordoin Atchin loss, the colonel's
son-in-law, who was among those
awaiting ol the pier, later gave out
a stiateilent from the colonel, which
"I have lothilg to say, cverythiing
has ben said that vtIn be said on
every vital si'hject. We soul d now
begiii to work; work steadily and
AnIxiouls Iito reh his homeill. Colone1l4
I louse se'emed to1 'b in 1no lid for
.\sked if "olitlitions11 inl 1I ope wvere
"Yes, at t itmes they arie, a nd then
ataIinl it hiecomies ver'y dIisapi 1ntin1g."'
('olotel liuse' asked for thle latest
lrdports ('n0Cring 1 1' residenct WVIlIson's
".\l i ow is from 'he bullet ins
reiedo cdaily by lv irlchess from thle
White lloutse,'' lie added.
I -eaunse of the l'Iongshoremlen's
iirik e, t e Noithr 1111I'acifl tw as moor
ed to heri dock bty tuigbOat s mlalnned by
enlhistedi mien front the army person
Inllt owin g the ariniva Iorf C'olotnel
I louse at his .5:3rdc street hlonme. hie wvas
isi ted by Ilayvid hlnter' .\ ill er, a per
soiiat friendr and memziber oif thle peace
conference corps of cxplerts 01n iter
tinai( l qu1estiS.
.\lt. .\l iller said lie found the coloneil
lookintg betelIr 1 han tie 'xpitcted.''
C'oloniel lise told him, .\tr. .\ille'r
-aId. "t hat, a good rest iwas all lie
nee'4ded."' lII addedc that 1n0 one would
be admcoitt ed for an ilnterCview, and that
th ic olon1e1cliiequstedc that no one tel e
phone to1 himi. "I ham11 happily to say "~'
M\r. .\iller told ne(wsipper men, "that
theicre is no0 caiuse for' alarm11 over Itie
r'oloitel's hicalth I."
1NQitY Al' A(AILlIV.
Qtiestioni of llain~tg Inves5tigted'4 at
Wash ingtonl, Oct. 9h.~-Alleged hiazintg
at thte L'nitedl States naval acndemy,
said to have caused thle recent at
deidIIs at suiiicde by .\Iishi Ipmen
t'hilllip li. Seltzer of Ic'banoti, P'a., and
I lenry C. Wethierslin', wvill be investi
gated at once wvith a t'ecommnendatlon
of dilsmissal fot' any persons f'ound
guilty, Rear Admirial A. 1i. Scales, cun
peintendlent of the academy, today In
foiried Secret ariy [)aniels.
ttIn his repor't to thle secret ary, In
whlic hrile cdcclai'ed he Was opposed to
any form of ha'zinrg "no matt(er howv
mfild," Rear Admiral Scales transmit
tech two statements from Midshipman
Seltzer. Admitting that he had been
"hazed a little," Seltzer denied, how
ever, that this had caused his attempt
at suicide wbich he said was due to
"discouragement and worry" over
studies. The hazing he received, he
said, was not "real hazing" but "Just
running" which consisted of a certain
forinula of questions put to him by
Owing to his condition following his
attempted suicide no statement has
yet 'been obtained from Midshipman
\Vethersline, the report said.
PRAISE FOR WILSON
M3el.aurin Speaking on. Cotton, De
iounces Treatty Opponents.
York, Oct 8.-A conpreensive re
view of world conditions affeeting the
price of cotton was given Wednesday
by .Tohn L. McLaurin of Bennettsville
in an address delivered before 150
farmers and business men in the court
house uinder the auspices of the York
branch of 1.he American Cotton asso
ciation. The absolute necessity of con
eerted effort on the part of the farm
ers in order to secure a fair price for
their cotton was emphasized by Mr.
Mebaurin, who praised the work al
ready accompilised by the associa
tion, declaring hat without it cotton
would be selling at around 20 cents.
Referring to the senate's delay in
the railleation of the peace treaty, he
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Freezone is the sensational discov
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said that he had ",watched with horror
and disgust the tactics of certain po
litical leaders 'bent on partisan poli
"The head of no nation ever showed
more precious w-isdom than did Presi- n
dent Wilson at Paris," he declared, batteries are of standard make, row
"when he did not refuse to take -what erfu Ias can be made and as long Igst
he could get because he could not get
all he wanted. The senators delaying
the ratification of the peac etreaty are 5YORAe
committing a crime against humanity BATTER HARNEY ELECTIUC 00.
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