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Time of ('ampat111tign1 Extended to Enable
Some ('ounties to Reach Teir
Columbia, April 29.-Jlecause of va
lious circumstances 'which have ipre
vented many of the counties putting
.on their campaigns, the solictation of
funds to complete the voluntary gift
of $100,000 by the people of the state
to erect a memorial building coinmem
orating the deeds of South Carolinans
in the world war has been extended,
according to a statement of former
Governor Alanning, vice chairman of
the South Carolina Memorial commis
sion, giveni out here this afternoon.
The caipailgn, which started April 19,
was to have terminated tomorrow.
ililness, )pr's1sre of business and
other matters." said the former gov
rnor, "have prevented many of the
(ontilty chtilmen from putting oin teirti
campaign'1 dur-ing) the specified period.
As tiose, tha iimeni have reiunested ro
licitationl for funids continuei unt1il theirl
counties have raised their lqutotas, or
o0vls1ubtscr'ilbed, the connuittee tillniks
it expedient'0 at this time to extend tl'
"Soie of the eoutntieo have (lone eX
Ci edinll Iy well, several of them1 exceed
ing or reachinlg their allotilentis, amd
the majority of others have promiseld
to ('lnter their i names oi the hontor roll
if givenl opportunity. The coillttee
eonsiders it only lair and just that
this opportunity should be giv en tlei."
h'lle comliittee today received a
check of $21 from the faculty an.l
stitents of Clemoson College for thlt
leilorial funds. Preisdenit Riggs i0
his letter said that members of the
facility wotild have liked to give more
bit their salaries would not perlit.
Darlington county sent II it check to
day for $3,200 i cash and promises
to complete its quota of $7,700. Th e
University of South Carolina faculty
and students has contributed $775 to
Other counties have raised substan
Hab anloulits Which hihven't been sent
to the commissIon yet.
wIthout question if Hunt's Saive
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1110 SIlPS RETURN
FROM CUBAN TRIP
Peinl-sylvanit Lends Three Score
liome. D11nnels o Board.
New York, May ..-Headed by the
flagshlp Pennsylvania with the broad
blue flag of the secretary of the navy
flying at the main masthead nearly
three score ships of the Atlantic fleet
dropped anchor In the 'Hudson river
today, home from' three months of
drills and maneuvers in Cuban waters.
i'ight great superdreadnaughts and
a swarm of swift destroyers rodo
sleepily at their moorings tonight,
fairly filling the river anchorage for
itles, but more than half of the of
ficers and of the sunt-biturned young
sters of the crews were ashore, eijoy
ing -18 Iouriis of well earned liberty.
Alfleat their comrades gazed longing
ly toward the great city, picked ott
with innuimierale lights as darkne.
fM I. awaiting their tural to play the
role of Jack ashore.
When (he fleet steamled lin past
ilbros( iAht early inl tle morning
th" l'enns~ylvariani carriedt the thr-ee
highest official sof tie iaval service.
Iesides Secretary Dainiels, -wllo board
(d the 'hip off the Vlrginia capes ye**;
tErday morning for the last lap cf the
lomieward crui;e, Aditiral CoonIZ,
iluef of naval operat lions, was a giest
of Admiral Wilson, commanding the
Atlantic fleet and seinior sea com
oander of the navy. .\Ir. I)aniels and
Admiral Coontz stood with Admiral
Wilsoni on tle flagship bridge as tie
great sea force made its stately pro
gress through tile crowded harbor and
river to its anchorage.
The secretary had other imattrs
ANwhich called him to New York, and
yesterday was taken aboard the dc
stroyer (Goldsborough at the Norfolk
base for it swift dash outside the
capes where the l'ennsylvania awa ited
him. With ler homeward pennant
whiping straight aft in tle breeze of
her passage, the Goldsborough tort
down the sun lbath ed bay at a 30 knot
Iace, heavy ladel cargo craft blow
ing an Invol tintary salute as she
passed when the stern wave frailiig
behind the speeding warship reached
Iardly hta(l .\r. IDaniels' feet touch
ed the wide whiite decks of ft flag
sipl) than site was off soutieast
through the sunl haze to rejoini the
fleet I; imilevs away. Above citcled
seaplanes, carrying navy iphotograph
ers. Par at sea a silver pencil of lit
marked the low flight of a navy "butim'"
out to see the sight.
As the miles slipped behind tit' bat
tileship, a row of bobbing gray knobs
caimle into view, the submar iiies of the
fleet. sailintg in column, inshore from
the far filung cordon of the dest royer
senrc. The Penisylvania passed tile
fifls of these destroyer' scots a itI
thent on the hazy rim of the world, the
seven other great dreadnauights steai
ing inl doulile (oltni, came into
.\s the Penisylvantia fell into her
ptlace it line a string of flags shot
to her signiai yards. The adiral hade
ordleteda two h I)our 1 ct ttee run northI
wardil. '.'Te destroyers c lied it from
their staftions Otn the iilns, ruishiing
by the battlesithips at igh speced to
sprteadl a five mtile line across the itua
in front of the main force. The hiat -
ti (sipls forged into0 "line abetam"t !posi -
t as thle ntavy kniowis if, eight tgrtet
ships abtreast with all the oceanii bc
tote thiem, and another colotr burst at
the flagship's signal yatrd startfed the
For two hours t hey surged nothI
ward, the North D~akota, leading thle
four coal burners, forged slowly ahead.
Shte was to lead of the smokeless lil
buners, anid thle great, banks of black
smoke that ptoured( front the st.
fpaintled nimitic storm clouds fotr tiles
against thte cleatr sky astern.
iiTe test was of puersonnal rathier
thtan sipfs. 'The fleet wenit southi withi
green e'ks that could not get theta
up~ to mtore titan criIsing speed. 'fThree
nmoniths later the samte engite r'oomf
forcs broughts thm back on thtree
for'ces broutghtt them back on three
fouthls holler ptower at 19 knots.
for the imen.
'htrouugh thle night Ithe fle0d stetamted
nor1 twardl in coluntii with the diestrtoy
lit' screening its mtovemntt oni all
the( baromfeter dlubiouosly,owilever'. It
looked as thouight a fog miighit bar the
way in to tot.t in the mtorintg. 113y
inlighit a slowv cold rain was fill itg
with a biting winid sweeping over' the
shuts. Oflcetrs and min just fromt
the warmi windls of (Guanttanamto felt it
113y - a. in. the tog enime oin. The
fleet conmmainder took the bridge it
person. lie wats loath to dlelay his
arrival and with upositlon huoys astern
andl shtips in close order, he sent his
great force ahead through the iturik.
The (1eep roar' of the batttlesips'
whtistles, baying in unison at iminuite
Intervals, carried Svaining of thir~t
passage and~ unaviga(ting staffs otn ever'y
bridlgo were biute with cold and~ the ini
tensity of theur watch before day
lHght changed the fog to rain.
Still under a cold drizzle, the ships
rounded Ainbrose light and, with a
final maneuvering to gain their posI
tion for coming to anchor, bore wway
to channel. Ahead the air was clearing.
The rain dropped to a drizzle and then
to a inist as the channel buoys flowed
by. lurdened freighters ouitward
bound, churned by with crews at the
rails to watch the spectacle on which
they had stumbled through tle mist.
Past the outposts of the harbor the
lighting ships steamed under always
lightenlilgi skies. ZJ'ust as a -flame
blirst and white puff ball of simoke
from a distant shore battery marked
lie first gun of the welcomiing salute
to the secretary's flag, tle sunl broke
through to reveal tile jagge(d skyli
of .\l anhattan Island's great buildings
to the eager eyes of ollicers and miien.
Inlside tile Criuiser Columbia and the
fleet train, which Came on aIe'adh
joinled inl With gun l oiuling in salute
ami hn playing. l iarther ahiead the
last of, the grexat. destroyer scrveenwa
coilim.g to aneb('or ui'ye the rive'(r. \'i
tually oi sch(euIII, t(e eight dreadl
inaiuighits threaded their way up the
trafile crowdled vwat er'way, widen ly
lintervals at times to let the river ferry
craft through, to drop anehor une1r
the sh1alow of' the huilbeings hat ake
thev .\Anhattan111 shore a1 wall of, mason
ry alone: !Niver'side Drive.
Honor Roll of Woodrow Wilsonl School
Seventh Grade---Nell Burt1, Nell
Check, Virginia Culbertson, AWhitney
Fifth Grade-Mildred Ilurton. Sarah
Cheek, Sarah Owings, Archlie Young.
Fouirth Urade-Lois" M8ishop, I."loise
'I'lTird Grade-Sara J:urts, .Mary
Caldwell, Alford Caldwell, .\argaret
Cheek, l'aul Sanders, Lyles Ston(e, Bol
nie SinIpson, Virginia Todd.
Second Grade--Troy Hishop.
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
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Pand wonderfully bonefted. l'ooitively guar.
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Cal and gut i bilg box today. You will ace
1,ari enst Drug Co., iLaurenis. S. G.
W. G. Wilson and Co. have opened
for Spring and Summer wear complete
lines in every department.
SILKS in the best weaves.
VOILES of the latest creation.
A full line of Hosiery, Table Dam
asks, Doilies and Towels. A full stock
of Dress Ginghams and Apron Checks,
Ladies' Neckwear and a full line of
W. G. Wilson & Co.
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Th rIa s ef r J.TUg. ..aicl.
T':AU ..eut in o
.21.lityays not ba!R on any
everyodycrnedowi'-ord to::> Gral on,
There wUa. a."cis built the
about y ctoits rker know
A man spenta large rbbecCY
on his car and nevire w cn
very much about.y fA.orte si
was getting in ctrn. 0 t
t p i.s know
how to build- it. Thei~ olde3t
When a mian buys a tire arnd I1argcz, t rube cocr
nowadays he has a prettyv in the worlld cann.ot! alfford
definite idea of what hO. ex- to play favorites in -seeking
pects to get out of it. its public.
The dealer who sells him IV
one that gives him less than Come in and tell us what
he expects isn't likely to get you are looking for in tires.
any more of his business. We can probably tell you
That's one of the reasons whether you need a U. S.
why we handle U. S. Tires- Nobby, Chain, Usco, Plain,
and recommend them to the or a Royal Cord.
Select your tiros ac- Por cr(ir.ry country
cording to tho roads k7Mdi;N9Th2 U. S. Chain
they have to travol:I rrotwel--Th
In sandyor hilly country; .3.Pan
wherever the going is aptrrlctruLsvry
to be heavy-The U. S O.cR4J3f I.JUCOPAI w re-U. .Ro l
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