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AssISTrS LADY ASTOR
American Born Wolan, lRuninglIi for
-House of Commulions, Defles Itlabor
iPiymouth, Eng., Nov. I .-The ap
pearance today of Mrs. David Lloyd
George, wife of the British prime min
ister, In the electoral Campaign in
support of Lady Astor, who is running
for the seat In the house of commons
made vacant by the elevation of her
husband, the new Viscount Astor, to
the house of lords, marked the Climax
of one of the most unusual political
battles ever fought in Plymouth.
Although at the meeting which Vas
addressed by -Mrs. Lloyd George, only
women were present, it was featured
by the most determined attempt made
by the opposition ti roughou t tle en
tire campaign to silence speakers by
the use of hecklers. ia(ly Astor was
present and also spoke.
At one point. when a forced discon
minuance of the meeting appeared to be
threatening, Lady Astor took the floor
and faced the hecklers with deflance.
"I have told you that T am not
ashamed of limy American birth. she
said. "i amin prolid Ihat there is not
a drop of blood in ly veins that is not
Anglo-Saxon. I now 'want to tell
you that that blood is lighting Urit
ish blood. I am willing to meet the
whole of tile I ndepeldllent ILabor party
alone oil Salisbury plain. because they
cann't or, won't ih.
The ap:laiuse ih:it greeted the eaidi
Idate's Vorids5 vas d(afen'ing. 'The4.
Guild h1,111. whecre Ohe meeting, was
held. Vas crowd( with :'11111 woment
an hur' tbefote lie sp eakinag beu:tn.
\\ tl n k-Ilmi numi,( I. of wonten T
outsideo eht-norinL for :,imiotanw-.
Lady Astor today- receivedI numerouA
tt 's ex !'eS in Visles for leri. stit
ees;. RItar ldmilal Harry S. Knapp,
commanding 'tH Ilited States naval
forees in I1uropeani waters, \\ w roe:
"I hope you will allow ile to offer
good wishes ioi your election and Ilat
you be rettirned an( that the lirst
woman member of parliament actiVely
ak ing part in its deliberations may
have come originally from Gotd's coun
Admiral Sims from New York sent
'Cheer tP. A clean soul and a siout
heart can not lose in England."
t\lts. Charles 1). Gibson of New
York. sister of Lady Astor, C1"yril
lade, tite actor-manager, and pther
persn 01 w Wetl known ill the 'nited
States .nd IEngland sent similar ines
PROIII ITION L1.\W
I'PREIM BVY ,JUDGES
Eforts to TIuni .(I Fail in New
New York. Nov. 1 .-Three attempts
to prgvent enfordemient of tle wartime
prohibition alll \olstead enforcelent
acts failed in fteid'al coiris here to
(lay. Federal .ludges I-earned Iland,
.ohn C. Knox and .ohnt . Rose of
Un -il tior, each iln a different Ise. up.
hteld the constittionatlity of the law iln
deny ilng liltitlons seek intg intjuntlit otns
10 restrain ititeiference in the tmannt
factutre anld withdr1 a wal of l ititot' ftromi
.Judge I land denlied a pet ition oif
.Ja'obi Ruppilert , br'ewer,' whio sough t ant
injunci(tiont pet'mtittitng htim to t'esumne
the nmanuifacture of bieer of 2.75 ai('o
.Jutdge Knox d~enied a petition to te
strlain WNillilam HI. Ed wa rds, col le tot'
of ilntei'tai revenuie, from iirevent ing
thle release frotm bond of barrels (if d is
tilled spir'its. Th'le petit ioner's were
Dryfoos, llloomu & C~o.. whtolsale li
qpnor dlealeris, and. thie decision was
handed down in piassintg on dlemurror'ets
of two local saloot keepers who sought
to prevenCit entforcdemient of the act.
The tird decision by .Judge Itose
was on an apiplicat ion by the .\aryland
Distill ing otmpanty fot' an injtuncttin
to prevent Joshua W.' f.\iles, collector
of internal teveniue oif .\aryland, from
lnterfet'ling In thte release of large
(Iuatntities of whilskcy nowv itn bond.
Seveni Thsotusatnd Return to Work itn
Cheyenne, WVyo., Nov. 14-Seven
thousand coal mtiners in Wyotming are
to retutrn to wot'k at onice, following a
satisfactor'y settlemndit between union
leaders and1( the operators here late to
dlay. Trhe ter'ms of settlement pro
vidle the tnen arc to r'etutrn to work
on the wage scale adopted later for
use In the centi'al comutpetitlve filid.
C'ross Hill1 Boy in List of West P'oinst
.Wnshington, 'Nov. I14.-An addition
al list of caniddates for the linited
States military academy, an examnina
I ion fotr entrance to wvhichi will be
hteld in Februariy, was annoutneed to
day .by the war depiatmientX. The
fol lo'winug ntamtes were inlded:~
Noi'thI Car'ol ina-I dwini II. Keartns,
WInston ,Salemn, N. CP.
Soth Carolinas---Jatme's C. .\leT'o,
Columaoha, S. C.; Aleuxanlder' T. Iirowni,
.WOMAN FOR SUFFRAGE.
Georgia Federation Finally Indorses
Columbus, Ga., Nov. 14.'-Woman suf
frage, which for two years has been
an issue before the Georgia Federation
of Women's clubs, was indorsed here
tonight at the federation's annual con
vention. The vote was 85 to 45.
The prohibition enforcement cam
paign of the government also was in
dorsed by the convention which open-'
ed here Wednesday and will come to
a close tomorrow.
NOTICE OF LOST STOCK.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Notice is hereby given that Certill
cate No. 105 for one (1) share of the i
Second Preferred Stock of Watts mills, I
Watts Mills, S. C., of the par value of
$1.00.00, issued on the 13th day
March, 1916, to Harriet J. 'Maeyr, ham
been lost or destroyed, and cannot be
found, and 1hat the undersigned will 1
apply to the said Watts 1Mill Company,
at its place of business, at Laurens, S.
C., on the 20th (lay of 'Nov., 1919, at 10
o'clock A. M., for a new certificate to
be issued in lieu of said lost certifleate.
MI). IAlRIIET .1. MAYl0R. 1
Oct. 15, 1919. 15-6t-A
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All persons are hereby warned
igainst hunting or otherwise trespass
ing upon our lands known as the Boyd
ind Burgess places. Violators of this
motice will be .prosecuted to the full
3xtenit of the law.
J. S. BENETr & SON.
state of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
IN COURT OF1 COM1MON PIJEAS.
Mrs. Daisy Bagwell, Plaintiff,
Jerry Eichelberger, Defendant.
Pursuant to a 'Decree of the Court
in [he above statled case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
Gaurens C. H., S. C., on Salesday in
December next, being Monday the 1st
lay of the month, during the legal
tiours for such sales, the following de
-cribed property, to wit:
All that certain lot, piece or parcel
)f land situate, lying and being in the
korporate limits of the City of Lau
rens, County and State aforesaid,
fronting on 1-lampton Avenue -fifty
Aight (58) feet, and running back nine
ty feet (90), containing one-tenth of
in acre more or less, bounded on the
ast by lot of George Giles, north by
lands of C. 11. Roper and L. G. Balle,
n the west by right of way of C. H-.
o t Mii n'
'Roper and L. G. Balle and on th<
south by Hampton Avenue ,whicl]
metes an dbounds are mnore fully Bei
forth by splat of a survey made by C
A. Power, surveyor, dated Sept. 24
, Terms of Sale: cash. Purchaser t(
pay for papers, stampi and recording
If the terms of sale are not compliet
with, the land to be re-sold on saim
or some subsequent Salesday on sam<
terms, at risk of former purchaser.
C. A. POWI,
C. C. C. P. & G.S., Jaurens, W C
Dated, this Nov. 4, 1919. '17-3t-I
- Take notice that on the 3rd day o
December, 1919, I will render a fina
account of my acts and doings as Ex
ecutor of the estate of Mrs. Ellie Ow
e(ns deceased, in the ofilce of the Judg<
of Probate of Laurens county, at 1.
o'clock, a. m. and, on the same da:
will apply for a final discharge fron
my trust as Executor.
Any person Indebted to said estati
Is notified and required to make pay
ment on that date; and all person:
having laims against said estate wil
present them on or before said date
duly proven or be forever barred.
Oc-. 29, 1919.-15-5t-A z ixecqtor.
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Price $1.50 at Leadii
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