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VOLUME XXXVI. LAURENS, SOUIH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1920.NUER1
DRY FORCES DEN
Uilessi~ amt:i Anti-Saloonl Lenerne,
Ihesof ry W 'orhers "linck l'iass"
er th I:i erlat1.1res. I'liquor ('anl lB
Houhtl' I .'ny! ' Time "if Y on'le (ot
Ithithft l1ook fit I-:yes."
W~wh~sfod. ept :.G---'rohibitionl
ret :':. 'llicia is, the New York
b ranclh of the Anti-Saloon Iavague and
j!' c9l0er'n?) ! nt. Wl,\'!il :\nitl.'rmon ,
:i'rd ie a villrolic aItiek milade to
<:.y by Er'i S. C'ol er, New York coi
Ssiel'"r c:f public welfare, in a
- h h fre'):"' III ' ( i 'terna tionl Conl
gress M!ainist Alcohlolism.
.\l'. ( lr'I s .prepared address, al
though ((ensored by ollicials of the
congless to 'liminale personalities,
charged "o pcni violation" of prohibition
.1 r. acc u :esed Mr. Anderson of at
tI -n ti.. t' incite rael' and r'elhtious
i';' !t::a Cominisione \ ralel'
a!Mo on the i:'tgirahin ainwerted tie at
t.:'" on h1is i 11r-al personalily and .\r.
A K'. ,:. w .\ ;as abent, l'rii'd in
a formial -a:2emiietit in wlih'l lie ae
('eised .\il. 0oler of inj(('tirng "'Tam:n
many i'KPt i'-s" into na m1iternationiai
\.\r . h- :.' plained' as a. preface 1()
la te - that whenu h0 reatched the
iil w:: the ssions of the congress
are )tinlg hld that lie was inIormiiie
by Chairmai an Dinwiddle that he would1
iot le :muited to deal with : erson
alit.ies but that the remainder of the
speech shldoi1(1 he delivered. Launch
Ing in his speech, Mr. (oler levelled a
bitter attack on .the mass of dry work
ers, particularly those associated with
the Anti-Saloon League. saying that
t hey wer e "buck - passers," and had
not. forced the candidate of either of
the major parties to take a definite
stand as to retention and enforce
iient cf the prohibition laws. As for
federal enforcenent of prohihitioni.
the spelater demanded that "some
Iiing be. diowneight now.''" There was
no reason for quibbling, he added, he
c:uise "everylhly knows liquor can
b' bought at most places and at most
any tn' if you've got the right look
in your eyes."
"If the prohihilon t'nforeiment o"1i
eais n:.i' a hol of this sit uad on
iiuickly." M r. Voler ' continued, "there'll
h" V. wo"4rse scandal when this admnin
Istration goes out than there was il
the old whiskey ring twenty-flive years
"t' mired of going after the poor
little (It vil. I want the enforcement
corps to get somebody that counts
even aniong their own numbers In the
very heart of the government.
"I could give you many names right
now myself but they (those n'gmued)
would know before I left this platform
that they would, be sought--the leaks
are just. that close here In the gov
"The prohibiton commissioner, If he
wanted to, couild take one or' two men
and coulId rounid up senators, govor
nors, federal o!llclnls and scores of
others for violations of the Ilhluor' laws.
New York ciouldl be cleaned u-p In sixty
days. llut the department of justice
and Mr. Kramer's bureau and thd~ oth
er' govermnitent deplartmetts have got
to work together. As it Is, every
body's ducked. The Anti--Saloon
la!age hias (lucked. l-:ven ('ox andi
To abort a cold
and prevent corn.
The perified and refined
calomnel tablets that are
unausealess; safe and sure.
Medicirnal virtues retain.
ed and improved. Sold
-only in sented package.
ing of the boar d of tr'stecs a general
student activity (ee was proi(led for
all student:; sayin, this fee under en
I' -. and tlereily alut ouI1dtti(ally le
comlling' inl :ome( degree'l Ipartic'iants; ill
' * ari1 i i e s. 'The1 fee iIe iudls mu'emn
h'r)chiIp in the atIlbi a so' c.;I n1111
Y . .\I. t. .\., s;ubsc"riplthms1 t( Th e TIig,.l
:I;( The11 ('hrIonilcie.
.\notherI I'h'F( ofP ofsor1en y
w : as director of S2!tuIdnt afIfcirs is
Ihat of act ilng in enClpaclt y of dlea n 01
tIdceuts, o that- his olliecv swill be a
sort of elearing house for the various
individtutal and collc('tiv' student pr e1
hItmst. Sich t position as this has lone''
been needei, and it is believed that
nu-h good will result from his worl
in this capacity.
* * ? ? * * At * r * w * k * * * i 4
\VaIt, .\lill, S. (., Sept. 27.- it I
with sad heartedness that we report
the death of \lrs. .1. .\. Wise. wli'-lh oc
'rrI'ed on last 'I'lcTh rs'day evenlilng, Sep
:enbcer 2::, at the city sanitorium, af
ter a vry short illness. lihe' reImaine
\we're broItught to heru homeit here or
l'ridey- mtorniigln. where inl tih eafter
nonthe futneral : ervic~e was conduceted
by Ie. lc . t, !e .. !!. '. .\lart in. as
:;isted by D~r. T l'enican and .\lr. \.
Ml. ('r:'amter, in the presence of a large
host, of : orrowin?, relatives; and
ImmedItiia!ely after tIhe fuuneral ser
vice the blody was laid to rest In the
(ity ('eemete:y to await. the resurrteC
.\lrs. \Vcise leaves an in fant son
which yet. remains In the sanitoriuln
besides her husband. She also leaves
a large number of relatives and friends
,who deeply sympathize with the entire
family in their sad bereavement.
27-inch Dark Dress Gi
32-inch Dress Ginghat
86-inch Cotton Sheetir
36-inch Good quality I
32-inch Kiddie Kloth,
86-inch All Silk Black
80-inch All Silk Messa
40-inch Charmeuse, ne
86-inch Silk Poplin, on
,Y BIRD S. COLER
H.arding: have du1c'kedl- ('(< ,)t whent
1: elld and that's not a =a isuetary*
iy to (el ush 'ran(es.'
rii' tmet' Irp iies
l':pir ig t .\'r. oler'.f cphar .Is of
i ion O tih Iprohihfion law . .\l.
Kramecr saidI that "to at cons;iderable
e'xtent," they were true, but. he insisted
the New York comnminssoner shouldi
provide at "hill of particutlars," in or
der that the small force of the' burleatt
might know where to go on the trail
of the bootleggers. lIe told the con
gress he was doing his "level best' to
enforce the laws an dexplained that his
force nmbered only 1,01111 adding
"think of that number :-oliin 1.10,
'00-.i f 0 peopl( for that is , hat it is
After officials o: the c(ongres, had
ind to emiilt delivery osf that part
: i. sp leech reft:ring in .\l I. .\nder
m. 'lI. C'oler gave It out in thi' form
of i l1tte tatmetIL mlt. ' in wV hi'hih hc
'The d(esir of l this iperoion to 1turni
the prtohlibliIin movemtl(f Into an i anti
I:')lic andc .1.-w:ish1 program," the
:;tdment said, should cause his ban
ishiiient from every civilized nation.
.\uLdirson uses the Anti-S'aLloo;i I.eague
of Ne YorkI to lautnchl a crfixado' of
hi--m'y which is nearer 1: hi heart tlhil
(e au.' whhh i he I. :paid to r"epre'
"With ?aicons wide oien tinder his
owi\ eyes, he attacks another faith
and cries f'Wolf, wolf," when there is
no wolf, In order that his own failures
may not be klno. n. lie has destroyed
the veracity and respectability of the
League In the state of New York.
Mr. Anderson in his reply to Mr.
(Cler's charges said:
Any statement that I have made
any attack upon any church is itterly
untrue. Bit fear of misreipresenta
'ion has deterred in from exp osing
and thwa'ting the Tammany scheme
o capitalize politically against prohi
bition the influence of a great church
many of whose clergy and lay members
have been noted leaders in the fight
to dentroy the liiqior trafflc."
Although' the two speakers conclud
ed their papers and arguments at to
day's session, the' delegates wanted to
ha:' more of it and voted to oien the
'wo asri:u for discusiSion to:n'row,
meeting one honu' early to advise
changes in tle regular program,
t'llh:MSON ('0,LEE1: w
)ir'ection of S ludent Atiirs to He en
der Prof. D. 1. IIenry. Lonic 11'een
Cleusoin College. Sept. 25.---With the
beginning of the present college year
perhaps the most noteworthy changes
in the general organization Is the crea
tion of a now department of the col
lege, to be known as the department
of student affairs, which 'will handle
practically all of the matteirs pertain
Ing directly to the student life of the
college except, of course, the miiltairy
disciplIne. Iieiretofore such matter's as
the mianageiment of the student mess.
the studieiit hospital, the various vol
untary student activities. etc., which
have not been or'ganizedl iinto a special
diepartiment, but have been ini charge
directly oib indirectly' of thle registrar
ori tihe presidient, whose other duties
miade it harid foir thiemi to give special
alltention which those mnutters dleserve.
The head of the new~% deplartmenwit is
Prof. I). it. lien ry, w ho Is pecill Parly
titted foir this workL. HeI is a graduate
of ( 'leiison coltlege and hias bieein in
thie serivice of Itih' instlituiitioni for 20)
yearms ini the d eparitiiint of chemnistriy.
lIe has al1ways been in close touch and
symiptathty withI st udent -life and has
those' piersoniaI l iitalilies wIchet miake
'h'm uadmirablly tilled t0 dlirec(t the stu
di nt aiffairis.
Wor kinug undietr'I Pronfi'.oir Heunry's
liepartmt iithIie new mess otiler, J'. .1I
liarcom b, will hav1 e chiarige of the mess
halt, the laundrtiy aind the college hotel.
.\lr. I iarcomib coimies to ' ciiison firoim
N 'wi Y'ork, wherie tie was imess ollceir
of t he Ilited St ates gener ial hios it al s
on Staiten Islandl.
.s atlreally anniouniced, thle cadet
1h0.:P1tat will be in chbarge of Dri.
((eor'ge iDawson itleath,. whio sttcceeds
liri. A. .\l. !tedferni as college surgeon.
Severatl volutntary') act Ivitiles, I iehnd
in1 athIil(ttes, the cotlleg~ pubhlictationts,
etc., wvill also be supeisedtu~ by Prio
l'l'Sor' Henriy ,As a par't of the stittdeint
nflair'n donlatment. At a recent meet
\~l i'x. Vi' ixe N"as at tlatig;l t 'I of' \l1I. antI
.\lrs. U. 1. Moore. She was kind1
hearted. a \!'y dtevotI (I ct(otmpallniol, a
lov'ing s;iser and affectiotlite diol~gh-I
ter. She will be great-ly inissed inl
Ih(1 hotlne atui1 al.;o inl the coininunity,
w heieshe ht s lived. :'he ha. been a
menbs fthe otll ist. chitiub for a I
inunther" of years.t
'The' nfantIn chibd (f .\It-. and .\r.-.
lItoiace \\alker di d at their inuiune
here oi 'T'hluisday uigiht of last wtek. I
The lilde retnain were initirredl inl ti
('edlar School cl retilyardi iln Similatl
banr:, conunty (n f'-riday: !oilh'.winc. t
( A'.\ t.l'E1llRETT I lI.\S
11.11 1.1\V Y S '( ( E aSEi-:
lie Will lie Ileard nt the Opera honse,
Lsaurens, S. ('., Saturday, Octoberr ..
If you want to meet an i nteresting
and light hearted fellow don't fall to
become aet tuain ted with Signor Carlo
l'rrilli, the young Italian baritone
from .\ilan, Signor i'erretti, who is a
native of .\lIan. had an excellen tu
sical < duenttion. .\ft er winn ing .-:i(
e('xs in ilt' principal opera houses in
Italy. le' was given a very line t"oin
tract in Riussia. lIet, at lirst st t
aitdt, Ifot a tour in Japan. tChina..lta,
and other Asiatie countries. If! tein
wV(eI ntr to ' b si and made( at S''nsational
Iucces" s in !. P'eter sbur1g.
lit' was invited to 5in1 in Set':'al
olteiat houe';s at thte tominanid of t he
lIted Giov;ernment. This he refused to
do and was forcedI t) fl(t' leaving he
hind a! Il his effect. Ile reached Atner
iea by the way of Siberia. lie has
sung a great deal in concert. and it
was thro g i thi le concert field that
Maestro ('treatore heard about him.
After hearing him sing he was ihnnie
diately engaged for leading roles dur
ing last season, theiin Mr. l"errettl de
coded to retunt to the concert stage
and uinder the miangament of the 1
ritzer Co. is
e we have bough
and are selling t
rou is to come a
the quality. If
in Dress Gingham
n, only. . --40c
igs, worth 75c, our price 50c
sleaching, only. .- . 25c
strong and serviceable 50c
cials in Silks
Satin, per yard, only $2.00
line, new Fall shades 2.25
vy, taupe and black,
'orld's 1-'amous \rists will bec heard "II 1n'1 lave Hien Iend Itt Lusdt
t the Ojnis Iloase on S:-turdav. 0"1. 6 llonlht I1311. n)idui't sut -1 i
Saw a hi- rat in our cellart last
I-'all." wvritec . \lrs,. .loannby. "andl
labit.ual Constipatio: Cured bought, a ::. calmf of I L\''-SN.\P,
in 14 to 21 )ays brk' it uno into small pici s. last
LAX- WITH P N is a spcially. week :\\ iile imovin we (aim1e across
or'aredSyruo' nie1.r.ai':eforiliabitual deal rat. .ust have heet deadi
uOnstipmfli(.n. It relieves promptly but six tonthis. didn't smell. ItAT-SNA P
hould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days i. wondierftu l." ''lhriee sizes, : k, 65(,
o induce regular act ion. It Stimulates and $ :1.0. Sold and uarantceI by Lau
egulates y Very P!easant to Take. 6Oc crts II a i C wi o., I 'ut natts Ir
ier bottle. a ore am it en nedy Bros.
You'll Save Money
in two ways when you buy
Born Tailored clothes.
There's a saving in the origi
,% nal costs; Born prices are
ftj well under prevailing figures.
And you will need clothes
; less often; the quality of Born
woolens and workmanship
assures unusually long wear.
Let us show you some par
ticularly interesting values at
$40 and $45.
J. C. Burns & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
the Place to Trade
.t our goods on the low
hem that way. All we
rnd get our price and
not like we tell you,
Suits and Dresses
We closed out lest week about 20 Suits, all
wool, new styles. Will sell this week for
Also 1 lot about 20 dresses, all wool Serge
and Tricotine, silk lined, only------25.00
One blouse of Silk Tricolette, tailor'ed style.
only_---_...-..... ----- -....$3.95 and $4.75
Crepe-de-chine and Georgette Waist, new
st yles, big special--..--_--_-----$5.00
Our Millinery Department is icomplete. Just
the kind of hat you are looking for. We can
mi Ah your suit with a hat. New ones coming in
every day. Price will please you. Come and see