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COX BLAMES AMERICA FOR I
RETURN OF TURK TO EUROPE t
'Says People This IFall Will Be Asked I
To Eelect A Congress That Will
Undo the Present Tariff
Cleveland, 0., Sept. 23-Asked what
the issue will be in 1922, former Gov
ernor James Cox of Ohio, and Demo- i
cratic noiminee for president in 1920,
declared here today in his first ad
dress since his return from an exten
sive tour of Europe, made before the
City Club, that "the people this year
will be asked to elect a congress that
will undo the present tariff monstro
"But we will not lose sight of anoth
er great question-the international
one," Mr. Cox added. "It will be more
pertinent for discussion, however, in
the great national forum of 1924.
"When a surgeon finds an injured
man suffering from a severed artery
and ano broken leg, he sews up the
artery first. In the present instance,
bad as the international issue is, do
mestic injury inflicted by *the most in
competent congress in, all history is
even worse," he said.
Touching on the general European
situation, Mr. Cox said in part:
"It is scarcely believable that Eu
ropean powers have agree to the re
turn of the Turks into the affairs of
the continent. There may be a reason
which is not apparent from the sur
face of things. It is barely possible
that the whole Mohammedan world
has been stirred to its base and that
the urge upon England is from India.
"Europe is infirm from war-suffer
ing from an economic breakdown and
divided by the deadlock of reparations
she seems to lack the vitality and
resiliency to hold beak the Turk.
"All of this is proof of what has
been urged upon the administration
at Washington for months. Europe
Dresses of a
styles and w
One ease new Dree
fast colors, 32 inche
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Silks and Ci
Lots of new Silks a
the season's newest
ias been slowly drifting toward a f
hing that started her upon the way I
vas the base betrayal by America of
ter allies. <
"The chicks are certainly coming i
ionic to roost."
"For more than two months the I
-conomic recovery of the world has
iinged upon the settlement or rep
%rations. The deadlock has continuedA
co long that England andf France I
iave slowly drifted apart. Now we
iave the spectacle of France joining
iands with the Turk against England.
rhe Turk was smart enough to see
1hat his hour had come. All of Cen
ral Europe is on the verge of bank
ruptcy. There has been no cohesive
iction with the allies since the United
tates abandoned them.
"The longer developing events cast
the light of truth upon the inter
national situation, the plainer it will
I)e that the international policies of
this administration has been criminal
in their neglect."
SWEPT BY FIRE
One Hour After Blaze Began, Damage
Had Passed $500,000 Mark; De
partment Stores Suffer.
Atlanta, Sept. 24.-Fire which start
ed here shortly before midnight had
cut a wide hole in the center of the
downtown business block surounded by
Whitehall, Alabama and Broad streets,
and the Western and Atlantic railroad
yards, and was stil burning at an
early hour this morning with every
piece of fire fighting apparatus on the
ground fighting to get the flames un
With the flames almost completely
surrounded, firemen were having diffi
culty in getting at it and the blaze was
jumping into the air, with a moderate
wind blowing towards the northwest,
11 kinds at very
eaves. We are
More new coa
now. See thes<
and shades befor
as Ginghams, One I
s wide, this hams, g<
nd Crepes in,
shades, price sao
nd'heavy sparks flying towards other
uildings in that direction.
Thirty minutes after the fire was
liscovere(d it had practically wiped out
t building occupdied by the Kress 5
md 10-cent store and had spread to
he Child's hotel, which faces on Broad
itreet. The McClure building, next
loor, also was burning, but slowly, an
tutomatic sprinkler system apparently
iolding the fire in check in this strue
Lieutenant Itobert Wagner, of the
Atlanta police force, stated that what
lpp)eared to be an explosion started
"he fire in the second floor of the Kress
store. From there the flames spread
to the L. F. M. Department store,
And to Eisman's clothing store, three
dloors to the north, and facing on
The flames leaped over a small alley
in the rear of Kress to the Child's
hotel, which was burning shortly be
fore one o'clock.
One hour after the fire started police
oflicials stated it already had caused
damage estimated at a half million
Guests also were driven from the
Kimball House, one of Atlanta's land
marks, on which several window awn
ings had been seen to .atch fire and
burn. Awnings on the upper side of
Whitehall street from the fire also
were burning, but none of the building
had been ignited.
Awnings on virtually all nearby of
fice buildings were burned. One of
the seventeenth story Citizens and
Southern bank building's burned as
(lid another on the fourth National
Fan Can Serve Two Purposes.
The big, wheel-shniml fun placed at
the top of the air shaft of a coal mine
for ventilating the iino Is soietines
designed for blowing dir Into the mine,
and sometimes for drAwing It out.
ment is being f
listing below s
ts and suits here
a beautiful styles
e they are picked
at Checked Apron Ging
8c the Yd.
of new Silk Hose in the
rswest shades and best
51.OO to $4.50.
Laurens' Best Stoi
The Quinine That Does Not Affect
Because of its tonic and laxative ef
fect, LAXATIVE BIW MO QUININE
(Tablets) can be taken by anyone
without causing nervousness or ring
Ing in the head. 1. W. OROVE'S sig
Tature on box. 80c.
Charier No. 10859
lieport of Coll
Ill IE ll s NA'
At. iLaurenls, In Ihe State-of S. C., at II
I.Joa11s and discounts, includilng redisco
banksi, and foreign bills 1t exchan
diorseieit of this bank .... ....
Overdrafts, unsecured .... .... ....
Other bon(1s, stocks, securities, etc.:
Furniture and Fixtures .... .... ....
Lawfvful reserve with Federal Reserve
(1ash il vault and amount due from
Ch-ecks on other banks in same city C
Trotal of above vtwo items .... ...
Total .... ........ .... .... ...
Capital stock paid in .... .... .... .
4trplus fun( .... .... .... .... ....
Undividedl profits .... .... .... .....
1,ess current expenses, interest, an(I
Amount due to national banks.
Cashier's checks outstanding .... ...
Total of above two items .... ...
Demndol dep)osIts (other than hank de
(deposits payable -within 30 days)
In(dividml deposits subject to check ..
Certitlortes of deposit due in less tha
money borrowed) .... .... ....
Dividends unpaid .... .... .... ....
Total of demand( deposits (other
posits) subject to Reserve ...
''inme I)eposits subject to R1eserve (pa)
ject to 30 lays or m1ore notice, an,
Certifleates of deposit (other than f
Other time deposits .... .... .... .
Total of time dieposits ;ubjcct to
Notes ad -bill% rediscounted, including
and foreign hills of exchange or
ment of this bank .... .... ....
Total .... .... ............ --
State or South Carolina, County of L
1, W. S. Power, Cashier of the i
I hat the above statement is true to th(
Subscribed and sworn to before I
Correct--Attest: J. C. Owings, C. I
of things to sht
ts and. Coats of c
r this week.
he market; a big
lover Laces One k
I colors, es- Vests and
n, price $1.50, thi
>m last sea- Special
rs and style, Brown SI
1,300 NOW AT WINTHROP
Largest Attendance In The History Of
Rock Hill, Sept. 22.-Winthrop Col
lege opened her thirty-seventh session
yesterday morning with 1,330 young
women enrolled as students. This is
by far the largest attendance in the
history of the college, notwithstanding
the fact that this year the college
went upon a 15-unit entrance require
ment without condition, according to
President D. B. Johnson.
The formal opening was held Wed
nesday, when President. Johnson wel
comed the students and new members
of the faculty were presented. Short
talks were made by President Shur
ley, of the Chamber of Commerce, and
other local citizens, welcoming the
students to Rock Hill. The remainder
of the (lay was taken up with classifi
cation and preparation for actual
work which began in earnest this
morning, when the daily routine was
taken up with ease and promptness
that would indicate the session had
been in progress for weeks.
The 1,330 young women cannot all
be accomodated in the college dormi
tories of the college and a goodly
number are living and boarding in
town. If there were dormitories and
accomodations at Winthrop College,
President Johnson estimates the en
rollment would be from 1,600 to 3,000,
Winthrop's faculty is the strongest
ever assembled and the course of
study has been materially strengthen
ed until the service of the institution
to the women and to the schools of
the state is limited only by the sup
port given by the state.
The successful mnan jumps at a
chance while the other fellow Is balk.
Ing at a logical conclusion.-Boston
illed with lots <
s; also Coat Sui
ome specials foi
We are still r<
just fresh from t
selection to pieli
Tricotines and F
Allover Laces and I
Lots of patterns in A
anid Flouncings, in a.
pecially good this seaso
* $2.00 to $4
One lot Sweaters fr<
son in a variety of colt
going while they last
e-Quality Made It
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an us.
healthy coidr. which Indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or I ess stomach dIstu'rhance.
GROVE'S TASTE12SS CHILI. TONIC given regu
larly for two or three weeks. will enrich the blood.
Improve the digestion, and actas a general Strength
ening Tonic to the wholo system. Nature will then
throW off or dispel the worms, aod the Child willbe
oi ,erfect health. Pleanit to take. 60a per bottle.
Rteserie IDistriet No. *1
lt close of lusinless on Sept. U, 1922.
ilits;, accel)tances of other
we or d rfts sold with in
.ank .... .... .... ----
n... ...... .... ....
.... .... .... .... .... 2,35 4.53
11.111C ... ... ... ... 3,S74.66
I- town a reporting bank 6G2.16
... .. .... $ -1, ,92.83
. . .. .. .. . . .. .... $339,007.49
.. ................... ..$ 50,000.00
............ ..$ 7,01603
taxes paid .... 2,675.86 1,371.07
.... ... . .. . .. .. . 46 .76
...... .... ....$ 2,011.47
poits) siijeet to Reserve
.. .... .... .... .... .... 13,387.71.
i 30 days (other than for
.... .... .... .... .... 5,653.62
.... ... ...._ . . . . '* '' * 374.50
than bank de
. .... .... ....$.49,415.S3
xniblp after :10 days, or stb
I postal savings):
>) ioney borrowed) .... 52,731.45
.. .... .... .... .52,089.85
.eserve ... . . .$104,824.30
accoptance.s of other banks
(Irafts sold with indorse
... ... .... .... .... 105,854.82
. .... .... .... .... .... $339,007.41.)
111 ri 115,
tbove-nanmed bank, do solemnly swear
best of my knowledge and belief.
W. S. PO\\IER. Cashier.
ne this 20 day of Sept ember. 1922.
C. A. PO\\IMi, C. C. C. P.
Kennedy, .\. .1. OwiaIs. Director.;.
ow you now.
L1 the newest
t Ladies' Underwear,
Union Suits, price up to
this week, 15 yards of
eeting, 40 inches wide,