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LAWTON IN AGA1N
Donvention Deeldes to Send Dr. C. E.
Burts to Stockholm Conference,
'Rock Hill, Dec. 7.-The South Car
ina Baptist convention ended Its
LO2nd annual meeting here early this
ifternoon after a crowded morning
session that was featured by the elec
Jon of officers and the transaction of
nuch routine business.
J.. J. Lawton was re-elected presi
lent, 'while other officers were named
is follows: Vice presidents, Ua 11.
Junt, Newberry, and E. 'P. Vandiver,
Underson; recording statistical secre
ary, the Rev. -W. C. Allen, Dillon, and
issistant recording secretary, the Rev.
k. 'B. Kennedy, Columbia.
The convention voted unanimously
o send 'Dr. C. 1. Burts as its dele
;ate to the meeting of the Baptist
vorld alliance in Stoekholm. next
The next annual summer assembly
vill be heli at Greenville on .the cam
ms of -Furman University on July 22,
n accordance with the recommenda
ion of the committee on assemblies,
vhich was a)rc- -ed by the convention.
Addresses , were delivered this
norning by ,Dr. W. J. McGlothlin, pres
(lent of iurman University; Dr. Chas.
k. Jones, Dr. David CN1. Ramsay, pres
dent of Greenville Woman's College;
Nfajor T. T. 'Hyde, of Charleston; Dr.
3raves L. Knight, Professor J. C.
Dunford, Prof. C. U. Sohiable, and Dr.
W. S. Sikes.
The reportof. the commission on ed
uication touched on the question/of
conditlons at Fit rman University,
Greenville Woman's College, Ander
son College, Coker College, Limestone
College, Six-Mile Academy, Long
Creek Academy, Edisto Academy,
Spartan Academy, and North Green
ville Academy. -
Resolutions were adopted express
Ing the appreciation of the convention
ror the entertainment afforded them by
Lhe First Baptist church, of Rock Hill,
Eind the people of the city. The en
rollment, it was st ed, 'was 345 dele
gates, including ma y women and lay
IFRAl1) TO DELAY
PROPOSAL BY FORD
Extra Session, if Called, Would In.
crease Democratie Support, But Is
sue in Doubt.
Special to The State.
Washington, 'Dec. 10.-If Southern
Democrats were certain of their abil
ity to force an extraordinary session
)f congress after 3tarch 4, they would
lelay until that time consideration oX
he Henry Ford offer for Mluscle
'iWe 'will consider the situation the
text two we. vs," said Representative
William B. Oliver, of Alabama, "and
)lan a course of action. You see, -we
tre not certain that an extraordinary
tession will be called. It would be
mnwise to postpone action until De
tDoubt as to the ability of Demo
~rats to force an extraordinary sea
ion seems to be the rub. There is
said to be no question on the part of
hose most interested in the Ford of
'er but that that proposition will have
nore friends in the next congress than
t has in the present.
Regarding the proPosed oxtraordi
lary session to follow immediately af
or the adjournment of the present
ongress, ifarchi 4, the following is
(1) The president declares that he
vould have no session of congress
rom March to 'December. He fears
he impending clash between the con
ervatives and radicals will reduce to
he disadvantage of the country.
(2) The newly elected congress
vants an extraordinary session. Bena
ors 'Norris and jjg JFolletto are pro
>aring to force the president to call
t. IDemocrats are preparing to act
vith them. By defeating or delaying
>assage of appropriation bills, they
:an require the president to call an
But there is the elemnent of c'oubt
vhich gives the advocates of the Ford
'ifer natrral .pause.
There is a very grave question on
he part of some of those supporting
?'rd's desire to acu-ireq control of
duselo Shoals as to awhether or not
he bill embodying the Ford offer,
~an bo put 'through tlie pftesent con
Prior to the election, whten the
breat ,of. the farmners was a. force, it
'as lIidicat'ed that the bill could be
orced through the house, .< Since the
lectiqhs havet been hold, jthe threat
>t the farmers is not so potent, and
he situation in the house is regarded
is extremely doubbtful.
.Prospet of, favorable action in the
tenate was never 'glowing~ Senator
'Jorrie, a: aRepublican, a. raiical, a
rogressive, an independent, and a
nentbor of the 'farn ,bloc, opposses thei
Ard offer. ,'He 'bitterly is opposed. 'He
a prepared to make a lasting fight in;
aver 9f .g6teriimrnt opetation. 3Hie
power' to delay if -not to defeat is not
iiscot Mod b7 afy obserVer of condi
in the nax, cnes. there wll bes
.and more radicals,- Thip would augue
well for the -Ford, offer, it is -pointed
out. The only element of doubt is
involved in the qUestion: Would the
radicals be more inclined to govern
ment ownership and operation, or to
support legislation, in the interest of
the farmer such as that embodying
the Ford 'proposition?
The situation -will 'be -thoroughly in
vestigated by Southern Democrats as
soon as a representative number re
turns to Washington, 'The South is
united in support of the Ford offer and
all strategy is determined in respect
to the wishes of the Alabama delega
The Alabama delegatioit is guided
exclusively and infariably by the
agents whom Ford maintains in
old line co
JOE H. NABE
7 and r
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- the 116
unknown,. the. others i boigt & MA
William Brook,--M(Bifrgene Jb
boll, ILowi CLahaAT . . ,'.J C
Robert Culbert; John.,Dobo.
likgAn, J. L. Garltonp .T. 40.. HatebryoG
It. Horton, i.J 'Howeol John sHdUsoll-,
dIRurgeon Scott, J., C. 1he9 ,.. e .4 .
hIeldse 4A. 'H. Schultz, W. 'H. Rlagg' .
J.'Spear, G. W. Sunmot's:afd.WIlftma
'lSad to say," said Colonel AnMIM.
stioig's address, "of' the mAWl: v*
triotic Charlestonians who served witbh
valor in the Confederate navy, ther.9i
are but two in the city today--4ha
chiva)rous John Grimball, who was.on
the Shonanfoah, and the. courageoxDa
John (Dowling, who was on the Pal
L. G. ROFF
. . ..1,
TO HERIOW DEAD
Cha.lestola Monors Memory of Con
fedbrate- SalorN. Ten Names Un
Charles ton, 'Dec. 1.-iVith appro
,priate exerclses, a monumoelt' was Un
veiled th is afternoon in the Charles
ton-Port Society's cemetery,' 'on the
bank of tthe Ashley river, to the mem
ory of 30 Confederate. seamen who lost
their u1vies during the closing-months
of the Confederate 'war. Vol, James
Armstromig, being ill, his address was
read by William 'H-. Grimball, of the
Ciiarlestcon bar, son of a Confederate
naval officer. Wirs. Thomas Legare
brought a Wreath from the "Girls of
the. '60s," an organization in Colum
Ten of the Confederate seamen are
ections are wil
mpanies of lonf
women who could well afford
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