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   Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - January 25, 1924, Aiken, South Carolina                                W BANKS DOVE jjuea if said rctiifej Brjhjffie of Surnterl The 2Ukeh and held a courthouBe last June in fuH follows e people lived in homes noLhing but their household effects rhcL MfinAiCatturiiig Corner pany Toss of tho i ings destroyed It appears f rom Mio 3d this company at once began Bra wfioiri wairrcfef yidinghotnos sKttll fjrst hear the witnes ses tx chargs thenvitries3V hv reply to same in rebuttal from cither jgs as jnay be proper 1 JGomroittee with thosa heldftV Aiken Court comiiuntiea dawaked renvUie Company All as to the In many Ceasesfurniture i3MsjJpjJleA W M Smoak of HUJ testimony introduced bythe hejird i Ked ELJJeh these i wide latitude io the Complminants ascertain the cause of the itUf action over the 6X7 ontruated to the ering caUs ftllfitment to purchase furnt tiire from Couch and Timmerman but were at liberty to secure it ffoim whom thej that the cpndi it in South Caxolitia o the af Ckun ty and the the receipta of funds by the Treasurer and Executive Committee of the Chapter of the America It opinion of the Legislative Committee that the wjrk done by the Aiken ChapUr American Red Cross by the citizens o or evldenteJntroduced ten Chapter American Red FG6mmittee decided that positively no wrongful die handling of itf thetfl Some of Hneascff for the Complainants ated when being examined had no complaint to make Y that the best had been done that it was possible to do un pears that the followingfunds for the relief of ths suf ie Aiken 7 frederick ASnow Polo Standard ikcn Polo Club Luonal and Review j pken County late of S other piacti showed The Treasurer of the Red Cross Mr W W Edgerton presented a most complete and detailed statement of all receipts and expenditures and should be commended fortho efficient marier in which the reports were kept No evidence of any nature of wrongful distribution of funds came before the Committee The Committee in Section 3 of the Joint Resolution ia required to furni sh in event of any wrongful disbursement of funds is oa ths thj of a kenographer or ftatice of the date and the Committee may adjourn from time and place to place in said jn eral weeks Tha seeretajry of atate railied however and his condition was o much improved that Keee turned Aaudden turrjfor the vwrsfc ame during the last fewJays arid his Ife was rNextWar Know National Prtsi stAod IM Mcts was not the dis says The Exservice Mens puHtis Lesgiir differ fundamentally with those who seek a jovernment idole hcld in j unification of the compensation plea that the Goverrimcnt is obligated by sonic sort contract to compensate Gourtty untilHhp investigration is com Provided the expjnseaoi this investigation shall not exceed the suni of jOneHundrcd and Fifty Dollars Sec oy This Act shall take effect immediately upon its single out of the ap proJjimatdy four million inducted into theservice who askeda contract demnif ying him Rgajnst economic loss The men of 1917 did not ques tion the conditions o Service They recognized the need and they stepped the exservice ificTi for forward the rankSi not as hire deredf This view fircstnts the rx lings but as men who had consecrated soldier as a man who when he call their efforts and if necessary their came did not immediately respond but lives to the service of their NOTED SOPRANO WILL SING HERE is forward with keen an pa tion to the next of the Pro In House the 28th day or i Miss Mabel Garrison liur February in the Yenr of our Lord soprano will give a song recital Thousand Nino Hundred und Twen tyThree S E B JACKSON President of the Senate Sj E s MCMILLAN Speaker0 of the House of Rep Pro Anea second number on the evening of February 5 The other Pro Arte numbers as NEW DIRECTORS COMMERCE BOARD At the meting of the Chamber of Commerce held last Friday might threedirectorswere eleetedj thesebe ing Frank P Henderson J W Ash hurst and O B Hutson They succeed A S Willcox Leon S Hollcy and Mrs Annie Hankinson whose terms have announced are Duth Draper on Fob expired urary 21y and Efrem Zimbalist Among thematters interest dis will be Heard here in March the date 1st day of March determined 1 o 4 nno trioi f THOiS G McLEOD has at the Major John P Jones Collector of Internal Revenue for South Carolina has issued the following statement That in keeping with the desire and rone ofrthe the Hofmann recital last week Miss Garrison is a native of Balti Shc is a colorature soprano ind policy of the inlecnai Revenue Depart l Jltai1 in tn connection with that w ment to give the taxpayers al the in formation and aid possible he desired to call attention to one item that from the experience of his office appeared to bJ the most misunderstood and that ried sungmuch witli the cw York work she car Ihe parts of Barber of Han Greteti md Le Cog lhai was the necessity for filingre turns by married persons whoso in of those so guilty Thsrc being no icomc ctwcen and 52500 jiemblance of such we iirii relieved of this task Discovering the funds to be All married persons whose combin ftlid Wlfu funds togetherwith a tfrcat of clothing medicines blank is and other furnishingsfor ifwere entrusted to the Aiken American Red Cross tely following the cyclone or relicf for the is engziged in U developed of the Aiken Red rnished cloth by the properly disbursed we are required to or exceeded arc required by rnport the originators of such charges to filc although thy have No testimony was produced to dcfiniiln oxcimption of 2500 whre the in tely and unequivocally reveal such iCQmc is than 0000 i names luft the Committee was im Collector Tones stated that many pressed with the fact that A H j married persons having an income oft Johnson and J L Quimby 32000 or more but less than 2f00 much interested in the prosecution of j knowing that thiy had an exemption this matter and between thorn had i of and therefore no tux to much effort and time in se curing virtually all of the affidavits K M COOPER On i he Part of theSenate n DUFFIE W W SMOAK On the Part of th House tliis country ami in England Austria and Ciermaiiy Her with the Boston Symphony and Now York Symphoney luis irivcn great satisfaction and the musical arc universal in their of her aoili cussed was the publication of Tourist to be issued during the win ter season by George W Tidwell of Augusta for the benefit of Aiken and Augusta as resorts The Chamber o Comrtiercegave its endorsement to th tiwl sum toward appointed tfl meet with the Kiwania Club and city council to secure their cooperation in the matter The chamber also accepted the offer When informed of MrrDovcrs death autTof T respect for the of state Even though Mrr Dovcs death did JQ irnorsnid it is regret that I learn of hia pafssing He was an efficient pairistalcrng officer and always cooperated with the other oftV cers in matters of state Ho was al ways prompt in tho performance of us duty and made every effort to lend assistance both to his state and to his fellow Fairfield The late secretary waa born ut Hulesllville Fairfeld county February 28 son of Richmond Calvin and Nancy Elizabeth Dove both of whom were of SrotehIrlsh ancestry He was the oldest of six children Ho waa graduatedfro with an A B Degree in 1890 and re ceived the degree of M A from the same institution 20 years later Hn married Miss Carrie E Rowo at New ton N CM June 26 1896 Mr Dove was u well knokn figure in educational wofk in South Caro lina before he entered the political field Ho taught hia first schol in a of thu Furmnn Glee Club to come Aiken in February for a concert The Aiken Library was voted appropriation to enable tinlibrary L keep open each clay in tlu week Jur ing the winter season The iKii he city will be repainted Tile cluimbi is in t to imhuv one ol til Sasicball to IDinc to for spring piny woods difitiicjt of Eershaw ty and earned in that great of the acquirod hjs higher continued nnd i alternately and as a teacher was con nected with country schools colleges and city schools being at times super iiitcruicnt of school at Reidville Lex ington and GreeivilL He Uie Associattoii of City School Supcr nn j iiitcuduiiis at the summer school of the South and was elected of lluassociation The work that afforded Mr Dove more gratification than any tiihtr his liitwas tin opportunity i allordeil him nller he left the school room 1o assist many worthv boVs and LIIUfAKY NOTICK it is sued ssful iier f were ajiI m ijri it unnecessary to file a ret urn and lalerwhen up by th icld force incurred to penalties for faiiuro to tile return le y this advice to save many such future and cmliarassment Mrs llollcy that story hcur for children will be heli on Tuesday afternoon r oYIn instead t i The chansce lias been made because of the CJirl Scout conflicting It tiiat the children will lake this upporlunily Tin is to Mrs in work dlily minp arm llxvl S IKAXITIIVILLM f C Company and sewed ait ijifjht long in an piovidc immeiliate reiiet in ay pcsaible These who were i the storm taken to tbe nnd were treated as long as necessary free of charge did not make any charRcs and and so The resolution under which the com mittee proceeded as follows RESOLUTION To require an investigation of the j expenditures and distribution of the fluids appropriated nnd collected for j the relief of the Wnrrcnvillc storm SAD PASSING OF YOUNG lADY Miss Rosalie the sixteen year old daughter of Mr Mrs Frank MeCabe of Charleston passed away a a hospital in Charleston MOI lay nfrnt after an illness of six weeks Thyoung lady wjis the tiiat i Library iirani Holliy for The ni anl at tei iiomi Court Adjourns Court t4rimral ailjuuin cii hist Tluiisday IKIVIIIK iieen in M sst m only OMC week usually Onl r Iasc remains to ii irci of Tilliman nas Mis Ira n it viil a ueii 7i years of W S in i ran iteviljr S shortly ifter i fI1 y me years eiFeV ioiia mother and hri1 i n i uiieran Iiiurcn of rs in March And the daughter of Mr Mrs Lewis Brad of the reports of the well nnd had visiusci lion often The new trial by th court doiin therein Section 1 Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of friends sympathize y in this preat loss A W Oakley and Mr si OF no charpea nor wer there South Carolina That on passage of to Charleston Tuesday morning made for undertakers this Resolution the Speaker of the Oakley was already a the funeral expenses in connec those who were fu tally in body and of the House two members of that side of her nehi The funeral was held Wednesday in at St Kpisropal church appoint one member of that body be noted that the cyclone oc neither of appointeesto be a fore dayliflrbt the of member of tinAikcn County Last Friday atleriiniM llie a formal ojxnintr of lluir new IIM Cream Parlor and ifiirhMti 1 it the oTTHT of t vfll and thpt itfcas dntr jetic activities thn piijplo Dickon area assisted by iplt and the AJjffei Chapter t Red i sorely in that the dissatisfaction rom the decision of the Aikcn r Red Cross to the tion for thepurpose of n Aiken the distribution of i i for the relief of ii 2 Said power to Humm iiiire thtir attundaiu v and Jcdicnce to its to awtar wiliii sus r I collection and j Work im all sources on he the storm uttoe shall have and re Work on iolf Links is progressing saitsfactorily additional to ie Hirhlanrl Pjirk links if i ceiuiii ions permit the work will been completed h by the ve the middle of links holes Several trolr also Cull j tournaments arc scheduled nnd take j runry and March I j S and 11 M also yone errand hiliirrn a nd t wo jrrea t V ralnlciiilil ifn were heli at St Lutheran Church at S lfternooit J oeloik Kev Ii of liciatinir Iiitcrnunt in Iranievilie elileterv wa I lien Ha re n i 1 I c h e Ie i girls in the mill section of Columbia j Mr love linisiiid his education IUIH after he hiul attained manhood Iirst lie wis i lifelomr btit never held a really political posi 11IJ ho was assistant seen tary of state in 1JtlS by Secre tary R M McCown fu he was elected oJlico of secretary of state and after thai time was re for three other terms in the and lirju he iaie n Me w 1 taking in there famdy Mr d tindi ad1 many in iove a I I i eii thai the soincnii lliiir ex pec iloernt oiec mans against it JI his Kati member of the t ciwircii of 11 a n a r of Kniihts of of which or Ie wa a chancellor a of Oiiiei i ht V 1 aiul of St An e is survived by his widow three dreii oiu sistei ami four Liiiuor Ivaid v aJieniooii of las week of liiain at the i ni in tbr Silver t The raid was made IHI aMiii1 out by Sheriff liow Sev llalley a son of Morgan ley lliere and warrants for of fAu men and of Mrs llolley have been sworn out The Rexall Store PHONE 7 Aikdn Pharmacy   

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