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FORMS IN SUMTEI
Confederate Veterai Hold Annal Ito..
union. Meet. for Two Dnym.
Sumter, May 2.--Tho annual reunion
of the S-outhCarolina division; United
Con federate veterans, will be held in
Sumter, Wednesday and Thursday of
this week, and Sumter plans to give
the heroes who wore the gray, the
best time it IS in the power of'the city
to give. A large attendance Is ex
pected, and elaborate entertainment
arrangements have been made.
Trhe program has been Irranged and
follows, in full:
9:2,0 a. i.: Musle by band on public
square; 10 a. Im., meeting called to or
der by I)r. ti. J. Mc Laurini, commander,
Camp )ick Anderson; music by band:
doxology by selected clioir; invocation.
the Hev. C. C. Irown; address of %%*el
come on be(half of city of Simumter, by
1'. 1). Jennings, mayor; respolse, by
(en. 13. 11. Teague; music; address of
Welcome by P,. S. Hlootih, president of
Camber of colilierce resIonse( by
.John 11. Wharton; address of welcome
In veterans by John 1i. Clifton: re
spolise by .1. .Piller Lyon, brigadier
general, First brigade; musie; address
of welcome by .\Miss Armida Moses,
pres.idenit1 of )ick Alderson chapter 1.
1). 1.; response, .\lts. St. .1 lin Al isoi
Lawton, presideit Souit! Cariol'l ina dl
vision, 1'. 1). C.; address of wvelcome to
.)ons of Veteranis by Ca,t. W. 1'. .\he
Cuit chen,. connnanlder Camp JaesD.
iidhig, IS. C. V.; response' by Ar
thur 1'. (;ostonl; mus11ic; 'tavel turnemo
over to W. A. Clark, major geneor'al,
comn111t1ding Sout Carolina division,1
1'. "'. \V.; .i ressi byN Cal l iinton, .De
vor, Col., ' jnla tt inl h I (l. . ( . ;.
nn'Im annul orationl by T. G. Pc
Li,.A; pr entat icn of (;ov. It. A
Colo.'er anld at~drl ; ni: ad(jou n- 1
lili It : i d nt i C )ji ' TohI :
warvIehlolse, l:aet I lamipto aveuil,
I:: m.: grand a
TOb).'WCO warehoul: , F-lo;I a~;a
'Ir e t nI a l ioi ' ding the ['rIi y '
of Nort -i - \' , i r ir, ini ; l'. i r i, \' Il -
Ir, m )ra: ' iuma IIIInIer. I in chIt i l'
. . ..i en . . 'I i. Te auu, ii.
CaroI inta iIis ion , I~. . \'. hoit ir
and matrons of honor
Thev followI-xinIIg will bI I w I I I n Id:
te .\ : -la I . \Vi A . A (Il a k; "i1.t ,
.lr . geW alte ii(l . \\'il er, Statie sburg:lb
o .\1 t . i. ri r i I I n I 1ck i I1m
t: r ; maid o f hon'or, M I S s Il)()r ita,
Addis . y S tI : . i . n I on TilVhl:m
l.:u i h ; M .\l IIillnritta I I ilh, (U ll
d1e: .\I s -:loise '' enoir, ll'neaus.
i' 'oii br'iga ea-:on; r .\itiscb eiMai
('cii feh''aey,' 11( ( m I5 y 'd 111s ul ai' im.
illeru-hatw Shini non , C'i tl en; mcalid of
botpor, M.\,; Ned Watkinls, Camideni.
en. C,. . i'tedsi bymander sd
(nd b rigadle: (.Itro i, .Mrs. liarri t!
ilickln; Apn o ,.li s T res C. .\c
'''vid; t of of honror, .\k.iss \'ilima
ter ateronl~d .\rs Nina hi.\ .11lot111S.
('aions; doi .\ ins nuth i n.m ' 1 bl i
Grandiii mach, led by lit h omuid-l
do'anceii for the tiin ue.s.ad
9::10 a.rlI m.;tt m s 'oc; t (usilessmeeting;s
addes (' bylonc the Rev.I T nton sWhal- 1
ingI'a .l ).,o " t Iiln(i'seneest Ol IGen.
R'' or t 11:. ~ i' Lee; \ lm ial eri i c es oS
thoue otederate dei'amscb chotad
club; l. "ru t ol to Wotnern of the
Confedrac atddrojess obycc '\iwaryo11.
Easteneim iof alestoanna mtres-o
ball foi'federacy;il anusi bohnd;ad
dr ess riby Genk. .rvn Wak,
"Truthi(s of Confederots n lIsorder
in p.i~l m labtree inner aTh PoCla
ki lleran manyes wbydd Gen. Juhout
Cralr adj'ournmen 9ht;heunion byrkr
The fed.:e~ra led by 1,h0 band.o
'tat'mrth uring stretonCalhoatun, wbst
notrering to 'itery as onaIob
housle atdk i'band retrns oratei'
My (lay. sheo btatlin.s eenn
rvmisirs as mudled Toaeit'waehoen
ror the past few days, the labor ele
nent awaiting orders which do not
The railroaders announced that their
strike, which is to be continued after
today to enforce 'nationalization, is
already 50 per cent. effective. Oficial
reports from government sources say
that the operations today were not
far from normal on certain lines, the
most imi1portant trains moving into and
out of Paris. A limited suburban serv
Ice was maintained.
Twenty-seven police were wounded,
three of them seriously, and manIy
them iwere bruised. The womami
wounded was hit by a spent bullet
while at a windowv watching the riot
ing in the Place de la Iepubliqtue.
Alore than 100 Iersons were arrestri
and the number is growing, but mani
wvere quickly released.
ilme. le Gros, who was woulnded by
a bullet as she was wlehing; the man
ifestation fromi a window in the
lace de la liepublique, died this eV(i
ing. When the iight servico; on the
nor0thei and east'rn railwiay; began
at )10 o'clock this evetting it walS foind
that all the me - - ;
pomts, indicating thati the railroad
strike Will have failed by Sunday or
Won llIunr it atCarolinta.
Last Suinday's Ftate voitaine(d an
article lling of the Untiversity of
South Carolina'; victory over (lem 'son
and 'itadol in the anucual triangular
deba t( it bt ween tese i tisti lI I S.
Charl Thompson, a imintlit frogl
this city, wans . e i b r of t he1v (,I (: -
1!!na 1-aml that won a. un 11 1nhou dei
,;i()n over"hm.m This. is, Ohw third
yeatr thlat on Thomp on h boon
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uSaurn of this week. Everybydy is invited; you do not have to
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