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"BENF DICT ARNOLDS"
OF NATIONAL GAME
Boston, Sept. 30.-Newsboys of this
city today put themselves on record
as condemning the Chicago baseball
players whose corruption in the last
Morld's series, they said, struck a
"murdercus blow at the kids' game"
'T'hey. were as q1uick, however, to
recognize the men who stood by the
best ':)rinciples of the sport, and the
formal resolutions which they adopted
MOR[ P[P FOR
THE 1t1Y MIND
Frequently ihe Only Uliiierence lie
tween the geniuis a111l the Dullard
I,ies in the l'ondit.lon of the Body.
The brain is not normally lay.. ln
dler normal conditions it functions
properly. Its work, howeveI, is di
rectly affected by the condition of the
body. (specially of the alimentary ca
nal. Stop up the canal and the stag
nated poisons will pollute the entire
body. Fill the body with poisoll and
no o1'2anI ('it flunction lopei'ly; much
less thle brainl.
Clog the system by alle.' ing chronic
constipation anad you are inither lit for
work nor associatlio.
Such troubles are comn m with man
kid1(1. I rregu lr r habits, rasi app ti tes.
over-worke'd Stomachs and s l uggtil
livers always decrease the etliciency
One should always keep the system
(leansed. Sart>iraS8, a scientile prepar
ation of medicinal roots and herbs,'
Without alcobol, ina Vigora t es the slug
2ish liver and kidney:;, soothes the ir-'
ri tatd('(I over-wIcrked stomllah, c'leauises
the system and strikes at the very
root of the mn1ily connon and dan
gerouis digesiv'e diseases, It will do
what the (01)11101 laxative c(sanlot.
A il bley.socnflul three times it day
b1for' miealls will set the System right.
An excel len!t--.tonlie for liver, Stomach,
kidney and blood ills.
Ask your dealer for SatrIraS. \lan
"' actrt(e( by Southrni Drug S'ndi
a;te", ':'harlestonl. S. C. (:ate C'ity Drtu''
Co.. Florence. S. C., distributors for
For That Sluggish Feeling,
and herbal rem
edy that gently
sons and wastes
from the. systent i
At Your Diuggist |
"A good picture or Mr.
Soathern Public Utilities Con
"I suffered for two years
bad bronchial trouble, shortn<
were swollen. I heard of Re
did me worlds of good.
Re-Cu-Ma has helped s8
going to keep on taking it an
Re-Cu-Ma gells for $1.20
Co. and all drug storcs.
F' or Abrogation 'of Gentlemen's
Agreement With Japan. Strict Neu
trality us to Politics.
Cleveland, Sept. 29.-F. W. Gal
braith, Jr., of Cincinnati was unani
mously elected national commander
of the American Legion here today
at the closing session of its, second
annual convention. Galbraith receiv
ed the majority necessary for choice
on the second ballot, his closest op
ponents being Hanford NMcNIder gf
Iown ani J. F. J. Herbert of Mlassa
Upon motion of McNider, seconded
by Hlerbert, the election of Galbraith
then was declared unanimous.
The passing of a resolution which
puts the American Legion on record
as being in favor of the rigorous ex
ci tsion of .J apanes" as immigrants,
anncellation of the socalled "gentle
men's agreement" iWith .apan, the ex
clusion of "'pietrte bridle;" and the
decision of Ihe convent ion to continue
its policy of "strict neutrality" in re
gard to political (uestions W(re the
pr'edlomainating questions acted u pon.
I)trd(r .Mlarks Session
The .Japanese <question camne upla in
the mrnling1 session When the coms-.
ml ittee on Americanization Ipreseanted
The' resolutioll on tie .lap)anles'
(IuICstjil as adopted creaI ed the great
(st st lru gIl' of the s(ss5in. It being
nacessa'y for the sergeatnt at atma:
and his assistants to quell the dele
ga'tes scveral itmes. It was said by
L.conard \ithington of hlawaii. chair
tan of the committer, thai this reporlt
was only a t'('ite:'altoil of the' action of
the 1919 envention for the 'abilra
tin of I the so.ll led gon mentet's
:a t'lie t .'t thie xC! sioll of ictur'
brdsand( the exclusion of all .ag.
lti's.'' but that the (tuestiol O' a ('Ol
stitultional amendinenlt which m1igh1
stoji ('itizi nshaip fr'oma tiersons1 of Oiena
t lf Id (Iescent lt'readty citizens or pros
ptivei i citizens, on ac('oit of Ameri
('an bir:ih. whh all othe'r Ithases o'
the - rohh-ml. :i i g! II1:o to a connst
itto which wVould r::olt to th1e 1 I
O11 l''(co:nmen'ldat;in of thle .\mler':
;"aniz.ationl emnmittee. Wi'e conv1etngenl
voted that th8' national Amerie~n com
mai5:iaon he aieq(u',at('ly ftintan'edi. tht:
its a(*Iiitics he coneet(trated (n a
n'atiowhi' edulcationa!. I: Am <-ieto ct ntzina
V.~ 1' m i('ii''.:i'11 V i'( ;121 ji'~)
tinandi '. t~. r -A eica ~o rk andl o:'
an nd .asis.
Oth'r outII'sumi: feau ef. of tI. .
(eport aopltcdl Iy the cor.vention
a.~ttitlofliVlihr ai set ('ag l, ''
l' ti t lie ('iII l'( to .'1 e.(IIti'
'r;_ne c <ony r ssiost:l . tdy o: n
her for neoeds of alarihto
1'omlm: i t.;' th(' et. woaik tha1 the "
;atment1(1 of I htwa ;! ;n securllingt pre'f
srelce for Ateit enn::I1 'll;%t iz s inl em11
I'iging the "oilleges to give entanl
credit for wori.: in American history
anda civil govtsefrnm('int(Ol('it ad11 t ll and
subjects et '1I g1ht in ellel'tar'ty loll.
highlch oosd fciuiredy for baun
oftil. casinOl ie(utlno
the'rlnLtegio asts ~toe that imal
(aitnier ';ofthe1( a 11 algo ' 3 u afytfor
shod 1(1r ie eted.ihe sufae.'o
i tie, icludaitng wlork for aned 'tatmong
iemigrath , aforei ts chootei anidre nd
titmongt as thn tthe nited fSats.
The ih a dring the attenofn came
of lthe to'discusitn on1c tewauesn of
pot icalretsta ricins, its.'' iedb
The omi10t te as a''l' whle (''tha t'a' ima
shoultde attesen'tiad. Thel of t limf
te ajoriy rlfaecomede'tht'h
begi On, tot'gh itol oaiazslittn has
faa' ith udernt itcharter and constt
tI'lon to scertin fo thel illforntin
ofits membatit(e teat titud' of acani
diate for a' blic of-'tict towtard suaitch
poliieslated srin cipas."nl Inaaca c
Th'le inorilty eot merked re(no00cr
ationd thatI"he rep; i ort f the'i ma
.ioriety ll i be'def ate.
'(S W '1t i Reni Neultraint tIttt
"mdIf the voyo'~a teto t;a 'I tn
for( Jitn hre, o vaopi'.A thg'ae ma
its at atude Cosipeardnto e
Cotiptin.I repo ievopes prmtyu
sd brt metake oanlazhyiors 14uboi21 dy.
atondc rfteulrectIon. not Stmatrin and
Raglats th naeof exsrvito Tae in
Je otnl. ahrysurm gan
commended Ray Schalk and "Little
Dick" Kerr "for their manly stand
against the Benedict Arnolds of base
It was a serious discussion for the
boys, some of whom knew the players
intimately. One had carried bats for
"Joe" Jackson to obtain admission to
the grounds when the outflelder
P:ayed here, and another had borrow
ed the glove of "-Eddie" Cicotte for
ieti1din! .practice 'wl'lo~ t'he pitcher
took his turn at bat. All had fol
lowcd closely the exposures at Clhi
cago, nyhich toppled over their idols,
a11(1 a special meeting of the Roose
velt Newsboys' Club was called be
tween morning and evening deliveries
to net them together for considera
tion of the matter.
'T'heir resolutions follow:
"Resolved: That the c ght W hiie
10x plyers be condemned and( punl
iillC( for their Ittrderotts blow at the
kiids' game, and he it fu rther resolved,
that. Itay Schalk aid Dick Kerr be
coiniended for their Inanly stand
agailst the llenetdit Arnol di' of Ibas;e
difSTIMl1N. 1A:('11I N I-:tY
Cletusont '('olleg e, Septenber 30.
The final report of the series of dIust
inl; nchinery detnlonstrations held
in the lower part of the state (Ilrin g
late August U11(1 early Septemher
shows that the tttderta king was en
tirely suc'cssful an(1 very beneficial.
'hilt ienionstral tious were arratiged
and condtucted by the Extension Ser
vse of ('lciuson C ollege (troligi the
c'ouperatioln of (he ti.tilfacturers of
(Ilistinhg iinneliini es, the railroads,
which transported the r:ltlipinent, and(
the South ('arolinn ('otton Assoc"a
tion, .t iclh flirnisueid funds tovIard ex
1)enses,. The daily and county pap ers
r( 1dered vanualle servi('e in t giviig
publicity to the (entonstrations.
(George .\l. And[Irson, E'xiension Ser
Vice Entniiotlogist, who laid charge of
ilt' details of the deioinst'at:ons. re
!oits that the at teldaIi(e wa1s good
alid the it1[ee: lnitslIal at all of the
Ileiiionslrations were 11(1(1 at Char
leston, \\'-lttrboro, i 'airfa:x. Denlnarkc,
Aie, Oranlge burg, Selaiter, ji reince.
and .\ndrew ::. TIhe m!anttfac turers of
duistinlg illuachinles Illirishied ilot oily
tihe chine lles and the cal'ilii-:len_
ate for the dIemiionstrations, but sent
Iepii reseln tatives to (1;-eiat( the ma
i'''hse lit,s Wioulu'I IEat Iy lIest
(" ain," Says I-'r(d f.m b.
I at' hl d to kep i out of :( ieil
turc.:. Tr1' dI for1 Vear':; A Ii');l .i
n;, -tor(' socld meit ."111n( HAT--SN.\P.
Swo:ed wontdrs. (;athred iulip (ldl
ats eVel'y m1orping. Iouglt 11.01(
AT-SN.\. Iaven 't a iit ow. ''hcy
otildin't eat to . best grauin when( :
' . - . k.anld K1.: -,. Sahi and
t)aranteed by; laultns HIardw-u'e :'o.
'11[na,1n'5 Drug; Core.' and K(lenned
)R S. P. U. Co.
MA DID HIM
!ORLDS OF GOOD
R. J. Small, chief inspector
pany, Charlotte, N. C. He
with my kidneys. I had a
ess of breath and my limbs
-Cu-Ma arid my first bottle
'veral of my friends and I'm
d am glad to recommend it
"B. J. SMALL,
"Inspector S. P. U. Co.,
Charlotte, N. C."
plus war tax atj Pown Dreg
HUDSON SUPER SIX
Hudson and Essex Cars
Return to Bedrock Prices
Reduced $200 to $450
Thousands have plannsd to buy Hudson and
Essex cars this Fall. For five years the Super
Six has been the world's largest selling fine car.
In eighteen months Essex sales made an un
matched record. What must now be the de
mand for them at these bedrock prices? But
labor and material shortages 'in early summer
had forced reductions in schedules for Fall and
Winter. And now the return to normal in prices
assures such an immediate inewase in sales that
a scarcity of Hudson and Essex cars seems
certain. Choose your car now. Learn how the
price-reduction increases its attractiveness. And
remember that in either Hudson or Essex- you
obtain exclusive motors--for they are patented.
You can save $200 to $,450 on the- car and
model pf you choice. Act promptly if you
want delivery this Fall.
AD~AMS MOTOR Co.
124 Public Square Laurens, S. C.
ESSEX MOTOR CARS
Do You Want to Sell
Your Liberty Bonds?
Charles H. Roper
W. G. Lancaster
At Home Trust Company