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ILA'RENS, S. C.. JULY 6, 11921
TIhe brot1(hr of Dr. Iawton Uips
comb. w:1 wans killed near Ninety Six
yesterday. Set an example of moral
courage and resect for law which all
of us Could well emiilate, when he
1ood out for the law against the sug
gestion that the negro who had robbed
him of his h ( wn :1rothor be ;given over
to tlhies who would have taken the law
into their own hands. Pink Grimflu
will no dotulit b giveon a speedy and
.ust trial mnd the state will I saved
fron :he >tigma of anlothler wilful vit)
lation of the law. Such self control
aml ispect for law are( to 1.v com
TI~e ertser old direcvt ";.,Ita
,it's ntion :o th'. camp1a0ignl 10tobetr
I n(-.:t e : by t Rl ed ( r s ')
a Ther :. a Ct o ,: i; lre n'
di n. Thbi . hme caimiign w here
It of us in i0oin in and 1 :;1ke a
ni(Iehl con tribtton that w il cot it
. Rr )1.1t: fromt E I-u ope a..
II i is t oe () 1.iifI t I -_
ary I s t. s I'm '' iat t e thn '
Thwan of chil had reached thi
I. : " n . w:h :intr':e ue
' ni :-o'idd for. 1many 011ou(,h
and n I ul l , I
fr~n en ". P"!:'1 lo !.". i t he .
clothe- and prepc -to k' make :oo.1 ue
of th'a nstad of leavinic them to the
VA.ST I' PRItSING FE.ItEl) BY
ALI.IES IN' CONSTANTIN0l',J-:
Constantinople, Ju :. --Turks and
Hohi heviki are r-ported to contemplate
a vast i sing in this city, 'vhich
wol!d ein acemplanied by the destrue
tion of ;li ' buildings.
ilry yesterday nornin.zt allied
I roops, acting under orders from (len.
rcral Tarrington, commander of British
Sorces in Constantinople, ma relied
thriough the lrincipal streets of the
city anad raided hotels In search of Hol
sheviki. British soldIers, with flxed
bayonets, entered a building ocupied
by a 1jolshevikI organization and
snizl large quantities of arms. Sev
ral men, alleged to -he the principal
rinrviedcrs in the reported uprising.
More than sixty sprisoners were
placed in wiilitary lorries by the lIrit
ish who . ;o raided the offices of the
Bolsheviki trade delegation and ar
reste-l an assistant of "ronlslau Kou
dish, sovilet ('Cmmeii rcial dlegate herIe,
and oth er imembcn.rs of the H~ol shevikhi
amism ion. It was annou nced in the
Bimti h oif!!cialI ciricles that this maid
was~ caen ' omit becauis t ee pr esence
of Itasieviki in Coantaintnople meon
aced the seenrmit y of alIIled troops there.
It vwn: us >el that the plot for an
upri:a had b/en frtrat'd throm?h
ihr' vi!.ilanice of the p~ol!k .
(ne k forices have'C ber Vlnii witrw
fromn Ismid. .; miiles so'ithcast of
La i. ::. andi the Turkish nationalists
Vr h-I eveti to hiave a cari ruoad to
(on-;ant.inople. In the vicinity of
Usha;&. further south. a (Teek dliv'isin
isaAid t ave suffered evetiv\ in a
Pp'vih ' '* Turks.
TIA I:: N\'X V,(llI(fA
C il/k. .inne :.- -1 loner I).
n. ach~: of thne haank of Mount
- s emnty1, who) attempited
'- on xest :dayi. -' aiud to ib'
gn and it Is thoughiit thait lhe
vii . e. No reason is russignedl
by : hie younig banke ir. raho
- alari arcd who is hi !d in
LaI ('t( Om by officers antd
t o-'(f th c baink of whicb he wan
( -- It is tindef'tood thait ynester
-i rnina at a meeting of the
ofi lhe b'ank it was found
n-C w.ould 1(1 r 1i rob;ihably
( r'suilt Gf inid ac-ioumnt 5 and
ovc 1 -. After thr mti-(tingi had
1 -<-~- -.on~l se' uiimi'e Mr. Browvn
21a -- dlespfonidrnt :1nd r- eie
noe ag nd soon thau;~ f-tr
' ne ' - VOmliein . hiIe -s
k::n .( in nf 21 fo:'t to u'nd
ba ss (n :x,iinfl n was,' nt Mlt.
':-t""uday and itiay -manin
b : t igatio a ndai it is
(I'I,-e's of t h Inst itutin
hanlh is solvrnt but that tih
on to a dlatinon if v'aluinI
litken byv the bank duiring
hri- d ' r-r'ntmeo!
GIVEN MUCH THOUGHT
Leaders of Several Schools Confer at
.Dublin Meeting. Hopeful Views
Held After Conference.
Dublin, July 4.-For three hours to
day Eamonn De Valera, the Irish Re
publican leader; Arthur Griffin, -foun
der of the Sinn Fein, and four south
ern Unionists, Earl Middleton, Sir
Maurice Dockeril, Sir Robert Henry
Woods and Andrew Jameson, confer
red on the Irish situation with a view
to preparing the way for possible ne
gotiations with the prime minister and
the Ulster premier.
Crowds gathered outside the "Man
sion house where the discussions took
place, wav ng American flags, many
falling -an their knees and reciting
prayers for the success of the con
ference. The Unionists representa
tives met with a cordial reception from
The members of the conference were
reticent regarding what took place
at the meetings but points of agree.
ment were reached on the finiancial
(iestion and the disadvantage of par
Popular sentiment is very hopeful
This was voiced by the lord mavor
in a 4peeeh at the meeting of the
Dublin corporation after the confer
ence, in which he said that he was
breaking no co'nfidlence in declariing
that much good will come of it.
In a statemflenlt to the Associated
Press today ai important official in
touch 'xith all sides of the situation
asserted that the government was
prepared to make large concessions,
the far reaclhing effect of which Mr.
Ie Valera would appreciate.
Ile added that fears that Mr. Do'
Valera would be hampiered by physi
cI forces were baseless.
The view is entertained here that
Sir James Craig's absence from the
contference may be even advantage
1us to the present ne.gotiations since
any concessions nece'ssar'y fr'om UI
si;er might easier be made by the
Ulster premier in London than Dub.
!in. This-view, hov'ever, is not shar.
ed by the members of the conference
who have preferrwl that all Ireland
should be represented.
An exciting incident was enacted
after the conference. A large Re
publican flag decorated with Ameri
can emblems hanging from a window
in Iominis street was removed by
soldiers. A girl siezed the flag and
escaped. Later the flag was hung
from a rope across the street. Auxil
iary police climbed to the roof and
cut the rope; when the flag fell it
was siezed by watchers, but was re
captured by the auxiliaries. A shot
was fired during the confusion and the
girl was severely wounded.
Union City, Ga., July 4.--Address
ing the annual rally and barbecue of
the Georgia Farmers' Uion here today,
United States Senator Thomas E.
W\at.:on attacked the federal reserve
board in Washington, char'ging it with
waging a warfar'e on American bust
Quoting from figut'es givent by John
Sk elton Will iams, formier com)1PtrtollIer
of the currency, the Senator- declarted
the federal reserve board fot' the Inst
ten months had c'onductedl war against
Amer'ican btusiness as "rutthless,
fiightftil and des5trutctive( as the Get -
mans condlucted ont land and sea."' lie
said the destruct ion oif values c'attse'd
by~ the contraction of the curr-tency by
the board without notice or watrning
had a mounated to abiout $3 I,000,000,
.Senator' Watsot also made' a strong
appeal to the Geor-gia legislature to
pro''ide duri ng the ptresent so~s ion f'or
ree whool ook s int the commttion
G;ovei nor' Harnlwick also addre'ssed
the gatheting whic'h was es inmated at
between 12,000 to 15,000 persons.
C'harles S. flarr-ett, president of the
National F'ar'met's' Union, whose home
is hetre, p resided anad directetd the
singing, which included ptatr'iotic' andi
Both .itr. WAatson an Gl('overtnort
HardwickI discussed the race qutestion
briefly. Mr. Watson urged self- re
str'aint and conservation on both sidles
nnld futll legal rights for the negro.
"To go fut ther than that in tread
ing upon dlangerous groundl," he added.
Whenever the black man votes it is
by privilege of the white man who
i ought out the civilization in wvhic'h
the black man finds himselft.''
In touching upon the race problem
G;overnor Hlardwick (declared "God Al
mighty made this a white man's coun
try and by His splendor 'andI grace
we will keep it so."
Wafts Ta'ike Two,
Thec Wa'tts .\ill.; agg:reration~ took
(I) \-~ itams firomt (;oldvje o n the Wa tts
dIem~ond cat th' IFouth. Th'!e fIr:'t
Pam wias w on W by a "0or' of 1 e to I
En Ih Po( ndi by a s'oreO if 10 to 4
(Continued from Page 1)
of those iwho perished in the service
of their country."
Mr. 'llarvey referred to the Anieri
can relief work during and after the
war, which, he said, "can not fall to
live forever as one of the linest
achievements of history."
"The second misapprehension to
which I referred is that my own coun
tryien who have been led to doubt
that the peoples of Europe have been
doing the utmost for themselves be
fore seeking help," the ambassador
sa!d. "I have to confess that before
I left home I held somewhat to that
surmise myself. I do so no longer.
During the past two months I have
been privileged to talk freely and
frankly iwith representatives, oflicial
and unofflcial, of every stricelon staite
in Europe and I have not heard one
complaining word nor received a single
request for benefaction. It is not
charity. but opportunity they crave
and all that they seck.
"Already the better understanding
between (rreat 13ritain and the United
Stites ha. achieved one far reaching
result of in estimable vaite to thO
en tire world. For, the ilrst time in his
tory the turbulent Atlantie has he-i
(10oe as a mill pond and has prae
tically b(,en liminated fromt consid
c!:-atiens. of dAn",er ro far as naval
arfar is concerlned. 'T'lre i. . rtound
for good ho- e. moreovel, that what
ever appiirhenas'ons (-xis of perilous
po sSiliities Ott the Pacifie may be dis
polled sooinert tlha is comitnon'y an
I i(cl pat ed.
"When. if at 11. that spie:1did (on
sm'unat~in sha:ll have been attained
In r'Onse5 to the apparle(ntly uni
ve rsal desire. diwrinient wil ro i -
low natmially an! ine':st-hiy, and peare
ot iarth will 1be assIrkd for years 8t
liast. andl it Inay lw forever.
'"I'oday Americans throughout the
.\oil d m) t to telebrIate tlie noil
event. one ft(he g reat declaration
which :a ved tle wa for the estab
i tslihmen t of our free, iuldetiendeit Itr
public. the other the resumiltptionl af
ter months of weary waiting of a
inmighty and concord witi all manii
".May this peculiarly fraternial ree
ogn ition of that. pleasing colildentcee
prove to he the harbinger of the
peace, good will, prosp t ity and hap
piness soon to bless nlot ourselves
alone,, but all our friend. w ho w*.!
fain 'void believe coimunrise all thi(
'icoples who inhiabit the earth."
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IEkom. July 5.--We are having nice
rains for the past several days ant
crops are looking Iine.
The fish stew and ball gaies were
we II attended Monday. Everybody
seemed to enjoy th(' (lay fine. The
Ekomu antd I irksdalec-Nairn ie teamils
but in the a ftem noon our boys niad
Poplar Springs boys platyed, ending itn
fa vor of' out home te'amt.
\\' are sorry to rep Iort .\lri. Jot' IWi.
.\looremi not doing so w''li.
.\lrin. Gerald .\lrI)uniei spent the
l'ourith iwith his; mtot', .'i rns. Lurtanle
.\uir. atnd .\Iirs. Friank Abeerombi'ieut
andl sistr, ,Alisse hess ie IBlackmnon, of
the 'llickory Tlaverni section, vitsit .d
Drx. .1. G. ('oopetr and wife recently.
;\hir. E'dga i'hurits and faiily a;:'ent
the Pouth wi ith reilative's here.
'iri. Ilyant ifnson, whoit has bt -n
:n vial tmonthbs. is s~ening his iara
:I''with his piarents, .\ir. andio .\1irr.
HI. I I. aon
Mir. anad 'irls. TI. J1. Co(op-r n5t'O thl'
Fo'ur'th with the latter's tather at
few days of last week w ith .\irs. J'n -
.\I it. TI. II. 8tuis Ispent last w;'yk
with her' dauight er, Mi's. .\ilurphy. Hlolt.
:tliss .\inni e 'JHrbisey s pen ti unday
with .\oirs hlnie (Cooper.
(hi on hi-lrst Vnectkin
P. and .\m:..H R.R. Wialkecr andl two
--ildrcn, I'>la Irene and W.V .\t.lJ..
leave Saturniday for Louisville', Ky'., far
a vist'.t f about tw.o weeks with ela
tives ITis will lie thc fir'st time that
Dr1. Wa lkeir has tal: en a i'est fronmb hs
p r.cticee sintet his gradu;at ion in 1 9(8.
I: has not been feeln wgi.elI for' the
w' wcr-tks. andt l!.-- frie'nds hopt;e
thalt hi:; vacation I,.I cstr i
strengi~th and)1 tht heI ~Il rur re
fr'csbL'l after hIs trio,.
'"The~ lULhvingt d( :tid in tat n:> jury
art.1 wil be tried att the Ju ly t '; m
of thle Courit of 'Co~fnnn'n P leas wlM~l
''il btin July, 1ith, i't't, all jurors
siii Von(,d to re;:oi t at tI termn of the
(C'm it w.il' 0 .tregar'd ::xlH .!tomofn' and
Witness~ iniy ht.nmi niu sal of h'
HIAJOR. R. W. GRANT
Assistant Adjutant General Is Ap
pointed to Vacancy by
Columbia, July 1.-Major Rufus
W. Grant, assistant adjutant general
wvas tonight appointed by Governor
Cooper to be adjutant and inspector
-eneral to fill the vacancy caused by
the recent death of Brigadier Gen
ral W. W. Moore. Major Grant
will name an assistant within the
next few (lays.
Major Grant is a former service
man, having been stationed on the
Mexican border with the old Second
Carolina Infantry, and was in the
world war with the Thirtieth Di
vision, being regimental sergeant
major and private secretary to Col
onel Holmes B. Springs. He first
became connected with the office of
the adjutant general immediately
after being discharged from the ser
vice on the Mexican border. He was
called into service in July, 1917,
when the national guard was again
mobilized anld went to Camp Sevier
where the Thirtieth Division was or
ganized from the national guard of
North Carolina, South Carolina and
Tennessee. He saw service overseas
during the tenure of the war. le
was again appointed assistant adju
tant general in October, 1920. IIe is
a native of Mountville, Laurens
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