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MIll NOT PLACE
MEDAL ON t(OM3B
Another to Substitute for General
P'ershing. Iueident to Delay.
Paris, Oct. 91.-General P'ershing
will not. go to London to lay the con
gressioial medal on the tomb of the
British unknown soldier in WVestnin
ster abbey, and if the ceremony is
bel another Arnerican officer will be
designated to r ecpresent the United
'This anno0unetn ient came tonight
frot a most. authoittitate source.
laick of tlite available for the trip
hotween now and October 20 when
cGenerat 'ershing sails for home is the
oillecial explanation for Is: decision to
abandon ils visit to England. It is
learned, however, that the failure of
the 1tiltish war oillce either to fix a
date for the ceremony or intI.il late
yesterday to give any explanation for
not rt.>lying to repealed inqutiries
from the Ainerican emlbassy ollicials
is the chief reason for General Per
Geineral 1'e1shing cato to 'Europe
for the il rpose of layinli the coil
gressional medals on the totnbs of the
i'rench and liritislh unknown soldiers.
''he Washington govern ent. so in
formed the British governmnent early
inl Angust and again when he sailed.
-o far as can he learned no answer
was received to either commun111ication
which asked that date l he fixed for the
cereiony and that the general he in
Siice his arrival in Paris further
Inuiries have been made at the lirit
isht foreign offlee through1 the mediun
of Itho Amtte'iein emb assles in 1,ndon
and 1'aris. One of these inqtiries do
veloped the explanat.ion that such cere
monies usually took a long timne to
'I'ho ospetcially trained hattalion
frotn the Anmtricant forces of the
Rthine, which acted as a guard of
honor at the Paris cerenony and
was to have P ro'ceede'd to Liidon, IC
inrued to Cohlen. this afternoon by
special train after havin-g been held
a we ek in ('aris awaiting word from
t he.i ritish foreign ofic .
It is known that American ollicials
in 'aris. as well as General 'ershing
and his party, have been mnystilled by
the silence of the liritisii government
a1nd4 the matter has caused much etm
harrt"aass1e1nt to the geineral. IIe has
been hesieged with invitations to din
3ters and oiglal functions, and the tun
certainty of the bondon arrange
inents tnade it difficult to reply to
many of these. Some of the military
mon have advanced the explanation
that the rule not permlitting liritisll
tillicet's and melt to accojt foreign
deotratiotns m11igh1t he the cautse of the
situation; they ftrther suggested that
Ihe liritish ntight 'tan t to iitrtange to
.conferf ,A trcoration similar in im
liortance Ott Ametrica's unknown sol
dier bef to' atcceptin?; the congt'es
O: the other' hadtt. it is pointed out
that the fact that the medal was cen
fessed by an act of cOlngless on he
half if thei Americ'ian pe'oplle shldi
phlteec the dieiortationi int a speciai
category, w her tordiliinary ruleis attt
Ipriecedenit'is w.'ould 1101 a nply.
ale ''xpr'issedo titit ant unfrienduly' int
int'bdent unless a futll expilanationl is
madiie of thei dilay and tite ceremtiony
heht i as soon1 as it canl h' ariratngetd.
('HOS~ 1111,1, N EWS *
* 4 * * . . * 4 4 # * * * e
dent. of (olumbti:a. V.i'ited trelativecs int
('roSs ilill last wi'ik.
a ts.i J. W ~'. lii hsgoe o.pn
oft Ite I'Culo graded schotol, was a
weeck-ettd isitot' int town.
lss idaliai lollnswortht has bteen
eected p rinocipal of a (10 scol nar1
A iknci, andtt has gone11 to aecept the
Nir.x Simmon1111sI l'inson,1. i'iCipal oIf
ast w.%eek -'nd w.i it htomlefolks.
Ni r. JTatk Wiientt IIs teaching necar
Roev.. W. D). 1l,'tchiford and Dr1. J. 11.
lier 1lea ve today Cot'r Grteenvi lie to
atetnd Syitod, w.'hichI m~eets there thtis
'The mtanty friends of Mr. Sydiney
Crouch will he giad to know thtat ihe
hats recov~er'ed snfllcietly tot ieave
tilt hospItal. 1Ice and Ni rs. ('roucht are
Spentding awhtile witht Mr'. anti Mr's. R.
A. Auistin. Thtey expect to leave fotr
Hartford, Conn.t, in the neat' future.
Mrsi. R. D). Nar"e leaves today for
a visit to relative in Jacksont, Miss.
Habitual Constipation Cured
ins 14 to 23 Days
"LAX-FOS WITHI PEPSIN" is a specially.
Spatred Syru~pTonic-Laxative for Habitual
natipation. It relieve' promptly but
abould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to irnduic regular action. It StImulates and
Regulatesa *Very Pleasant to Take. G0c
OLD III(KO1tY MEN
(W TO NASHVILLE ce
lienilon of 80th Division IPersonnel to a
be Beld November 4-5. Pershing to tl
bo There. . 1
Nashville. Oct. 6.l--Men of the Old y
llickory as.-ociation,. veterans of the t
Thirtieth Dlvision which three years t
ago was pounding away at the Gcerman
Strongholds in Prance, will again r.
march In review .betore (leneral Per- r"
shting at their third annual rennlo0t, to a
he held in Na i hville, Tenn., on Novem- t
her 4 and 5. In fact, It Is probable f
that Marshal Foch, generalissimo of ce
all the allied armies, who has been 1
invited to accompany General Pershing C
to Nashville, 'will also he in the re- t
The Iparade of the veterans, how- i
ever will form hut a part of the full i
reunion program. Men who hilleted (
in French villages or battleileld shel
ters three years ago will Inld the
homes of Nashville open to them.
Plans have been made to house and
'are for ten thousand veterans and
more if they should come.
Convention sessions will he held in
the auditoriumli willh a capacity of
seven thousand. I )ances and other so
cial features enough to give every a,
manl who colels an opportunity to en- It
joy himself are being arranged for C
by the hosts of Ihe occasion, the citI
z.enis of Nashville.
'eparate headcqnarters for each f
of the regiments of the divisios will
be established in Nashville and in the i
hilleting a rrangements it is planned, I
as far as possible. to put men out of ,p
the same out fits in the same section of d
There will lie all sorts of opportun
ities for oldtimiers to get together and
"tikht the war" w-hieh started on the
Mxicani horde' for some, at ('amp
Sevier for others, and ran all' the way
across the eas. vi r the lindenburg
line, through the .\rgosne, into lel -
gim and 'll xelmarg -id home again.
In the course of training and
traveling and fighting o(o division in
the Ameriean army miiade a more
creditaie showing th an did the ('ar
oilina and Tleniessee t'oops. The
chievemneat of the division in the
first smashing thronugh the so-called
Every One a
every thread. 0
to wear well---fa
making assure y<
B olivia, S1
indonburg dofenso system to 3elli
>urt across tho St. Quentin Canal
innol, is one of. tho outstanding
3hievomonts of the entire war while
tc artillery brigade, operating. sipa
itely in the St. Mihiel, Argonne al
'oevre sectors, took rank as one of
to most effective artillery outfits of
Railroads have granted redin(e(
ales of one and a half fares for th(
:end trip to members of the divisior
ssociation. Members planning to at
nd may come to Nashville paying ful
tre, and there receive their certil
ales of membership entitling them t(
alf fare on the return trip. Certifl
ates may be secured in advance o)
to meeting, however, from Frank P
owen, Holston National Bank build
ig, Knoxville. Tenn., or from 4hl
eunion headquarters, Chamber o
ommnerco building, Nashville, Tenn
Laugh and the world laughs with
ou, or if it doesn't "you should
vorry."-- Hioston 'ranscript.
FINA L Sh'i'TL1M EN''
Tl'ake notice that on the 14th dad
I October, 1921, 1 will render a tint
('count of my acts and doings as Ad
iinistrator of the estate of W. W
ulbertson, deceased, in the oilee 01
to Judge of Probate of Laurens coun
, at. I t o'clock, a. mi., and on the
ame day will apply for a dischargi
'om my trust as Administrator.
Any person indebted to said estate
notilled and /reluired to make pay
tent on that (late; and all person
aving claims against said estate wil
resent themst on or before said (late
uly proven, or be forever barred.
W. H. CAMPFIILL
eptember 141, 1921. 9-5t-A
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