Newspaper Page Text
VOLUME XXXV. LAURENS. SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1919.1 NUMBER 14
SENATE REJECTS I
Long Debated Aimeidment Is Voted
Down with 55 Against and 35 For.
Fourteen iepublicans Veted wit.h
Washington, Oct. 1.-The long de
bated .Shantung amendment to the
peace treaty, presented by Senator
Lodge and approved by the foreign
relations committee,~finally was re
jected in tile senate today with a ma
jority of an even score against it.
In the vote of thirty-five to fifty
five, fourteen Republicans swung ov
er to the pro-treaty forces, while three
Democrats lined up with those su-p
porting the proposal. Of the eix sen
ators absent, two Republicans were
It on record as in favor of the
amendment and one Republican and
three Democrats as opposing it.
Th roll call, which came at the
end of another six and a half hours
or sharp debate, in reality swept aIway
,ix amemllients Instead of one, each
etn oge in the treaty text having been
numbered separately by the commit
Ieo in! its deeislol to strike out tihe
word ".apan" and substituting the
word "China" throighou t the sections
relating to thev province of lhianitun1g.
Ily unanimous conani,'- how ever, the
six hlianges were debated and voted on
Only tlhree of the comiittee's forty
El'.emideients now remiin to -be
acted on by tle Senate, thirty-six
previously having been rejected. Of
those remaining, one( relates to Amer
Ivan representation on the repara
tions Col)mmission and two to've111ial
:ation of voi i n 1 the league of na
T11m vote in elail follows:
.1-publianu -1,al1, ilorah, tllr ne
; , U Cabler. Ca pper,. Curt is, Cfillingl
I!:,n Fal11, F ranIIe, i relinghulyseon,
(illOnna, 1iarding, ,1ohnson (Califor
niai, .ohnes (WashIligton), Knoxi.
iLaFollette, Lodge, .\lcCorilck, Mc
Lsan, .\loses, New, Newberry, Norris,
P1'age, Penrose, Phi pps, Poindexter,
.She"lan, Sutheriland, 'Wadsworth
Warren, and( aldIt*OnI-32.
'Dlemocrats--Gore. Reed, Walsh
Total for adoption, 35.
Republicans-olt , Sumins, llale,
Kielogg, Kenyon, Keyes, Len root, Me
iuher, m.cNary, FNelson, Sm1oot,
wileel, Sterling and Townsend--1.
Demorats - Ashburt, ann k head,
ekhIamo, Chamberlain, (ulherson,
'i. Pletcher, Gry,, Gerry, I Iar iris,
.rrison, ili'Ild1erson, I Iitchock.
.I .nes (New .\lexico), Kendrick, King,
Ii by, M v. K el ler, Myers, NiIgent,
Overman0, Owen, Phelan, ilitman
Pomlorenle, lilnmleil, Itohinlson, Sh1ep
pa rd, Shiel ds, immons, Smith (Ari
zonal, iSmiti (eorg-Ia), Sinil th il a ry
ind), Stanley. Swanson, Thonas
PTratmiel1, 1nderwood, Walsh 1i ln
ltna), WIiia!ns5 and W\oleOtt^-~--I.
'Totali aga Inlst adioptton, ii .
The six senators ab~senlt or~ pa Ire<
F'or adop0t) Ion - -Fernal d, Hte pubilacan
.\aine; anid Nikinis, Rtepublican, Wes
Against Adopt ion.--dge. D~emocral
New ,1 ersey; .lohnshon, D~emocral
SouthI Dakiota; .\art in, Demloerat, Vir
ginIa; Snithi, D emocrat 2 tUh Carc
After, the vote waagtO~pj leted, Sen
ator~ Lodge announiced that later hi
Give way before the pen'
trating effects of loan's
So do those h i matic twinges ani
the loin-aches lumubago, the rervn
inflammuation o)f neuritis, the wry 1neel
the joint wvrenchi, the ligamniut sprair
the mnuscie strnain, and the thlrobinu
The case of applying, the hiuickne!
of relief, the positive results, tile clear
liness, and the economy of Sloan
Liniment make it universaily pre ferren
35r. '1e $1.40.
vould iove to strike out entirely the
;ections awarding the Shantung rights
o Japan. Notice also was given by
k number of the Republican senators
vho opposed the committee amend
nent. that. they would present reserva
ions dissenting from the Shantung
SMore thant twenty senators took
part in today's debate, extended
speeches being made for the amend.
ment by Senators oJhnson of Califor
nia, Sherman of Illinois, and LaFol
lette of Wisconsin, all Republicans
and against It by Senators Phelan of
California, a Democrat, and McCum
ber of North Dakota, a Republican
Senator Villiams, Democrat, Missis
sippi, injected into the discussion "
bitter denunciation of the attitude ol
some Irish-Americans, and sharp re
plies were made by Senators Ihelai
and Gerry, Democrats, Ihode Island
After the roll call a few minute!
was devoted to the formal reading o
the long treaty text, and the leader
expect to conitue the ta-k tomorrmy
The general prediction was that a voti
on file remaining amendlilments wolih
not be reached before tle middle o
"AlNT K.ATE" WillTES OF
*'ll-:' lIES'T 110031.
Dear Advertiser RovadQ)rs:
Hlave you been up to see and eijo
the new innovation in Lauirens? \Vha
you ask? Why lhe receitly tilted-u
Rest Rioom. I was in oil opeiniig da
and am m11ighti y gla I h'ad th r2
moments. I sl)tpect, lad It not bee
for mlly good old frieud, .Judge \Vrigh
I'd hiave isi d that opening. I wel
V1 to speak )to tle genial Clerk
('out t and th Judge came in fair
beaming on us all with a tlolviti
-streamer oil tle lapel of his co.]
"Whiere to now, .Judge?" I aske
poiit tig to iis badve. "Are youl off i
anl old soldiers' reuniilion or lave V
jiIt joilned tle W. C. T. 1U.?'
"Aunt Kate", he said solemil
"Don't tell me you don't know that ti
Rest Room is having its opening di
Go up, go right up; they'll be (i Sa
poiled if you are not there!" At
uip Ihe stairs I wellt. You all kei
where it I, (10 yOu not? IlI lheou
Hiouse, up stalirs, in the old Ied Cro
headliarlers. Our Coltity lh-mo
strato, .liss Daisy tirri, and1 gol
motherly .lMrs. l1agwell, were on hai
to grt'eet al1 calleis. Mis. Ilwa ell in
sided ovei the register and .iss 'a1
oillled tile badges.
'IThe larger room is hadiirably filt
up1 wtith comfortable chair-S, lounig
writiln" desk and otlie conveliene
not forgettiig the small while bed u
on whicll thiv wNv on1es \Will glm
l , iwhil the tired motliei rocks
rests on the lounug'. And thle V'
I cola ! I liked to hav'e forgotten thi
"What hall e lay for you," 'A'
ithirough thle records. "Shall it he
Iime or- ?'''"Child, if you enni Il
mue an 01(1 titme melody--sorter s00
lng like, whlile I rest."' liere's ''(
Oaken Bucket''; ho0w will that do(?
-lay back with closed eyes and lie.
- "I tow dlear to my heart. arc the seet
of my chllihood,.
- Whleni fond recollectis p)reset th
And the plicturle I really3 saw in
muindi's eye was one In Appleton's F
Roeador-a great big, -old ramnbi
tuprm house, roset covered piazza anL
Slittle giirl withl the longest hati
lSroomi I ever hope to see, and just
front was a deep) 0(d well, the old(1
en, moss-cokered bucket had just b:
drawn til by a wVidlas~s aiid a
iiskered fairmer swas bendling to
a;(drink. I always got so thirsty w
1, camie to that picture that I'd go
d variably andl get a drlinkl of water
-fore I'd iread "See hlessie Sweep~
C, telps'. I lIke the old song for it
a binlg upl the good 01(1 days, bil
6want to stop1 long enotigh to say
s that. same old moss-covered hu
Sadc Its accompanlying wvindlass
I verIly believe, seiit more farm
meni to the grave and to the asy
than any oilier one cause.
I beg your pardon, deari Reader,
going sto far afield, but i'm blacl
Ithe Rest Room now. The Kitc
fitted upl for pireparinig hot luncht
I up of tea 0nr cntfee. I am tr'yinu
best to figure out where I can slip
away from these never-ending home
duties and go up and get that cup of
coffee Mrs. Bagwell has lromised me.
I f she just can get me a little sugar!
Will the Rest Room be a success?
Well, that depends. Will we use it?
That. 1 the answer. The business
girlj the,merchants and the business
meI, have fmade it possible. It is a
lon'g-felt"'want at last supplied. As I
see it, if we country people are will
ing to meet kindly intentions half way
and utilize the Rest Room, it will
prove a great help to us. IAt us tell
even this store
The war is
on. But now'
11 all the very newes
miio.t vlever manfacnrer
to, find her choice of' mater.1ials
nll o rill Snit I) i-Ir rn
y, no Inatter whatl yonirl pevi
ICstowks ill ()II .sizv, julst Io
have (.rented by. entering" I
il gel litted propely ill oth(
D~on't 'hny 1 ah tn ti l ,I
.SY 15 or i1f you wish to
Sire, we have theI ill imi
hal here to sli! every ati
e. Petticoats of
nd( UuuI'iets t hat are
th' hoth i the jlaini iail(Ired all
emi u'nnsnailly dlainty '2
i rst _________________
get a nd .georwget t(e shIow ing~ reI
hen and~ flesh.
our friends: Sl Mct me at the Rest
Room in Laurens." Doesn't that
Oh'lienev is the key to every door.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms havo an ut.
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, ani as a
rule, there Is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, Im
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
rtment is this season
has ever accomplish
over. The women
'on with the dance"
that are so dear to
nullels altl' fl'ries. I )-e by the
ill Ilie vollitlry. llere a lilY (ill1
, ol11(alil prie.
lit llere is no0 trolble to vel a lit,
iar bilib(I may be. We varry hlrgeW
met thlie .rveat <lman licl we
4) the Ildies who. as a ruile. calil
in Fall Millinery
VIll IlAVe Visifel this lar've.Nlillinr
In i a 1 I trilli 1 li llt h11 as low
.1 it the lwOt vlabotei lall ex
S)td nidels at hieh as $25.00. .
re. New fall shipnts ore drriv
Dr. Chas. A. Crom
VETERINARY SURGEON &DEN
Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patron
Telephones: Residence 201; Ofl
Office at Posey's Drug Stott
attemptirg to surp
ed in the way of ul
sacrificed nobly wi
and on with all th
the heart of every x
fea.turling the niewe-st nlilteriah,
()ilr sto k is; now (.oinp1)
ta i ~lrel right. nI ule ill all I
()th fi r nall silk collars ail
silvertonim 'oas r heir
in Southl ('arolina.
(ieorgettle ( 'repe, all shinlies.
l'riinta ('.eorg.et te(s. at ...
8Sa ts, all eo!Ors .... ....
(harinense. at ......... ....
ini all t he ntew tall style.
Batiste and Ca:
h('e t imlaiut i(I tlilol'('(l
ass anything that
-> to the minute
ile it was going
ose pretty dress
of Street Gowns
omllte l6lle of i'1eet IoWis.
'5 to $65.00
Me. EverY coat isa beality,
hle ltest itterials anti. . , es.
e-r fet ur111-' this sa on a dlw
I'('l i 'I t .1 () ' l1114i'li tI ie it ilil(
I Winter Silks
i.. .. .. ........ ..$2.50
.. ...... .... ........$2.50
.... .... .... .. .... .. 3.50
... . .... .....$2.00 to $4.00
... ..... .... .... .....|$3.50
tioent is ri'!-ht up to) the minute
t isti tt ( nl rI 'lirie,'Wloig t lie
nitdtIs, soii havi~e theit11 up
Ilesh color andl whiti. size s to 44.