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SAMPLE APPLES BY WEIGHT
Ob j oct Is to Speed Up Movement of
Fruit and Avoid Expense of
(Prepared by th* Unttert States Department
Within recent years several frult
shlpplng organizations have adopted n
systotn of sampling apples by weight
liv determining grades and sizes of ap
ples pucked for eaeh grower. With a
view ttl organizing accounting records
so thnt all unnecessary clerical work
may be eliminated, the United States
Department of Agriculture has de
vised new forms of accounting, which
are now published tn Department Bul
letin 1000, Accounting Records for
Sampling Apples by^ Weight.
The aim of sampling tipples by
weight ls to speed up the movement
of the fruit through the packing room,
and to avoid the expense of replling
and checking which frequently arises
In attempting to retain tho Identity of
each grower's lot of loose fruit on tito
packing-house floor. A .sample ls se
lected from each lot-of fruit received.
This ls graded and sized, and a record
made of the weight of each grade and
size In the sample. The percentage
relation of the total weight of tho
sample to the total weight of the lot
ls then nppllcd to ascertain the weight
of the various grades and sizes that
make up the lot, and the grower ls
given credit for the total weight, class
ified as io grades and sizes.
The new forms devised by the de
partment reduce the clerical work of
the sample-test clerk to minimum, pro
viding computation tables showing at a
glance the relation between the vari
ous features of the snmplo and those
of the entire lot. Copies of the bul
letin may bo luid freo upon applica
tion to tho department at Washington,
PICKING WITHOUT BRUISING
Arrangement Shown In Illustration ls
Useful In Gathering Fruit to
Avoid Injury. .
For picking fruit without bruising
lt, in the home garden, or for exhibi
tion purposes, the fruit-picking pole
shown In the sketch is useful. A wire
ring ls fixed to the top of the pole,
and the hap, suspended from lt, ls
fastened to the pole at intervals. The
Fruit-Pickiny tole With ?rav-ity De
livery Ch ' ?.
fruit ls removed hy means of the ring
and drops to the bottom ot' tho chute,
which ls held closed by tin; hand. For
picking large (plantilles of fruit a re
ceptacle is curried by the picker.-Mrs,
Kiln D'. Lamb, Mason, Mich., In Popu
lar Mechanics Magazine.
SPRAYING FOR GOOD APPLES
Absolutely Necessary for Select Fruit
-Pruning Means Cutting Out
Most of the home orchards need
pruning mid they need spraying, but
they need spraying lots the worst.
You can raise apples without pruning,
but you can't raise good apples with
out spraying. Unless you spray, you
get mlncement-part apples and part
worm-which ls all right if one is built
A treo can't beor any more fruit
than there ls bearing surface and the
fellow who gougos out big liinbs ls tho
fellow who greatly reduces the apple
crop. Good priming does not always
moan a big brush pile; lt more fre
quently menus cutting off small limbs
hero and there that compote for sun
light. Pruning will nuike more large
PEACHES PRUNED IN SUMMER
To Prevent Crowding, Enough of New
Shoots Should Be Rubbed Off
Pinch Baok Tops.
It pays to summer prune penches.
Rub off enough new shoots throughout
tho top of tho trees so that they will
not becomo crowded, And pinch back
tho tops of those shoots that ure grow
ing too rapidly.
Tim? to Apply Nitrates.
Apply nitrates to the orchard Just as
growth starts and before any pink of
blossom cnn bo soon ; that's the best
Mulch Saves Trees.
To pr nowly-set fruit trees
from dyln, -dr first summer, pince
around them a heavy mulch of stable
manure, straw or pine needles.
Pays to Plant Trees.
It pnys to plant trees provided you
plant good ones.
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j DATES FOB CAMPAIGN MEETINGS
Several Meet In gs Also Arranged for
County Candidates in Oconeo,
Tho. following is the official State
wide itinerary: ;
?Bamberg, Thursday, July 0.
St. Matthews Friday, July 7.?
Orangoburg, Saturday,. July 8.
(Rest eight days )
Sumter, Monday, July 17.
Bi8hopvlllo, Tuesday, July 18.
Darlington, Wotlnesday, July 19.
Bennottsvillo, Thursday, July 20.
Chesterfield, Friday, July 21.
Florence, Saturday, July 22.
Conway, Monday, July 24.
Marion Tuesday, July 25.
Dillon, Wednosday, July 2C.
Klngstreo, Thursday, July 27.
Georgetown, Friday, July 28.
Manning Saturday, July 29.
Camden, Monday, July 31.
Lancaster, Tuesday, Aug. 1.
York, Wednesday, Aug. 2. ,
Winnsboro, Thursday, Aug. 3.
Chester, Friday, Aug. 4.
Union, Saturday, Aug. 3.
(Best eight days.)
Newberry, Monday, Aug. 14. ,
Groen wood, Tuesday, Aug. 15.
Laurons, Wednosday, Aug. 1G.
Abbeville Thursday, Aug. 17.
McCormick, Friday, Aug. IS.
Anderson, Saturday, Aug. 19.
Wallinna, Monday, Aug. 21.
Bickens, Tuesday, Aug. 22.
Greenville. Wednesday, Aug. 23.
Gaffney, Thursday, Aug. 21.
Spartanburg, Friday, Aug. 25.
Coonee Candidates1 Meetings,
j Campaign meetings for tho Oconeo
? county candidates have been arrang
ed for by the County Execntlvo Com
; mittee. (Other meetings may bo had
' if citizens of other sections apply to
j tho County Executive Committee for
j same. Write the secretary, D. A.
i Smith, concerning same, or to James
j H. Brown, County Chairman.)
Oak way.Aug. 5.
Long Creek.Aug. ll."
Salem .Aug. 25.
Walhalla .Aug. 2G.
S. S. S. Filis
Mon and womon,-whether you will
over build yourself up to your normal,
dust-right weight depends on tho num
ber of blood-cells In your blood. Thnt'o
all thero is to it. It's n scientific fact.
If your blood-cell factory isn't work
ing right, you will bo run-down, thin,
your blood will bo In disorder, and
perhaps your faco will bo broken out
with pimples, blackheads nnd erup
tions. fcS. S. 9. koopa your blood-cell
factory working full timo. It holpt)
build now blood-cells. That's why
B. 8. S. builds up thin, run-down peo
ple, lt puts firm flesh on your boncB, lt
roundB out your iaco, arma neck-,
limbs, tho wholo body. It puta tho
"pink" in your chcoks. It takes tho
hollowness from tho oyes, nnd it fools
Father Timo by smoothing out wrin
kles in mon and women by "plumping1!
thom up. S, S. S. is a romorkalpo
Wood-purlflor. Whilo you aro getting
plump, your skin oruptlons, pimples,
blackheads, nene, rheumatism, rash,
totter, blotches aro being removed,
Tho modlcinal ingredients of S. S. 9.
aro guaranteed purely vogotablo.
8. S. S. is sold at all drug stores, in two
sizes. Tho largor elzq la tho moro
Rainfall and Temperature.
Below ls a record of .meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-operative observer of the Weather
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during tho week ending
Juno 25th, 1922, at 7 p. m. (Tho
Instrumental readings are from gov
ernment standard Instruments ex
posed in the manner recommended
by the chief of the Weather Bureau):
> 9 4'
June 19-Ptly cldy.' .05
June 20-lMly cldy.'. . . . j 8S!
June 21-Ptly cldy.? . 73?j 85'
June 22--Clear ....... 89?
June 23-Clear 85
Juno 24-Clear , . ._'| SG
Juno 25-Clear ... .... 9 3
roe Oulnina That Dooli Not Affect tho Heid |
Because of Its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA
TIV lt BROMO QUININIt is better than ordinary
Quinine and docs not cause nervousnes- nor
ringing In head. Remember the full name and
look for the signature o? Ii. W. Ci HO VB. 30c,
Potato flour is used in tho United.
States mostly for the manufacturo of
sizing for paper.
Thoro aro moro than 150 stops In-1
sido tho Stntuo of Liberty lending up
to the head.
HAND SHAKING, MELON CUTTl?a
kia . -r~*_ ,,' . : .Jv
And Fried Chicken Eating Time nt
, Fair View August 10th.
On Thursday, Aug. 10th, there
will be a reunion at the present
school building in School District No.
34, of all tho schools ever hold uti
Fair View, Rocky Branch and vicia-1
ity. Every ono who -has evor been
connoctod with any of the above ;
mentioned sohools^oither as teacher, i
patron or pupil, or who is in any
way interested in Fair View school,
is cordially invited to attond, and
especially urged to bring woll filled !
bc sleets. Wo hopo to make this a
banner day for Fair View community
and wo hope that evory one in tho
county will bo thero to make our
former school mates enjoy them
selves, and make thom glad thal
they can call 'Fair View their former
old homo. There will bo announced
later a program for tho day, in which
we hopo to resurrect tho old games
ot by-gone days, such as round town,
cat, bull pen, etc. Let us gather early
and strivo to make this a (lay novor
to bo forgotten. '
We invite suggestions from any
ono interested in tho reunion, and,
ask that such suggestlius bo for
warded to committeo ns soon as pos
sible. We urge every ono to write
personal letters to those you think
will bc interested that may not seo
T. S. Strlbllng,
J. Fred. Alexander,
Stiles H. Knox,
Publicity Committee, Seneca, S. C.
Worth While Trying.
If you are in doubt regarding tho
proper conduct of yourself whilo at
tending thc theatro (movie or other),
wo herewith givo a few rilled for
Sit with your feel on the railing
around the orchestra. It gives tho
others something odd to look at dur
ing tho tiresome walt for the'enter
tainment to start.
Take a hairpin out of your hair and
scratch your head for two or three
minutos at a time.
If your feet perspire profusely, just
ta ko off your slippers~a?d slide them
into tho row ahead.
if the play ls too serious, neutral
ize the effects by making silly ro-1
marks, and giggle. Don't think of
leaving the theatre just because you
do not. understand thc play, or ap
preciate lt. lt is none of your affair
ii' your neighbors should like to give
their attention to the play.
.Take possession of tho seat arms
on both sides of you-and keep them
- oven though you do not FOO the
If you go to a musical comedy, and
songs with which you aro familiar
are sung, hum them loudly, thus
showing the people that you are mu
sical and up to the limes.
When leaving tho theatre, don't
turn lip the seat of your chair. Let
tho person following you stumble
over lt. This will servo to amuse
those around you.
Lightning: Strikes Hearse.
North Bergen, N. J., June 28.-A
holt of lightning struck a hearse,
stunned the undertaker and caused
a panic among the mourners while
the body of Sarah Callo, of Wost Ho
boken, wii" being lowered Into the
grave nt Flower Hill cemetery lato
yesterday, it became known to-day.
Tho horses attached to tho hearse
broke tho traces In their fright and
scattered tho gathering before they
could bo controlled. After tho un
dertaker had recovered from tho
shock, ho wont ahead with tho burial.
At Galleo Hollin?se Church.
(Tho following notice has come to
The Courier for publication. There
was no signature to the notice nor
letter accompanying IL hence we pub
lish as it carno to us, without know
ing anything as to its authenticity) :
'Rally Day at Callee Hollinoss
church tho second Sunday in July,
9th, beginning at 10.30 o'clock. The
public is cordially invited lo como
and bring well-flllod baskets.
A good friend stands by you when
in need. Walhalla people tell how
Doan's Kidney Pilla have btood the
test. W. S. Prahl, blacksmith of
Spring St., endorsed Doan's many
yoars ago and again confirms the
story. Could you ask for more con
"I hurt my back many years ago
and since then I have been troubled
with kidney complaint," says Mr.
Grahl. "When I have ono of theso at
tacks, sovero pains shoot through my
kidneys and my kidneys do not act
ns thoy should. I have dizzy spells
and severe pains in tho back of my
hoad. I used Doan'B Kidney Pills
whenever an attaok came on and
they havo never failed to quickly re
lievo mo. I think Doan's are a won
derful modiclno." (Statement given
Deo. 17, 1914.)
On April 9, 1918, Mr. Grahl said.
"I am glad of another opportunity
to say a good word for Doan's Kid
ney Pills for I boll evo thoy have af
fected a cure in ray ease."
60c, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
By EEV. GEORGE E, GUILLE
Ei*t?nah>n Departraont, Moody
Biblo Iustltuto, CUlctgo;
TEXT-Tho Lord MOBS thee, ondf^ keep
theo; The Lord moira Ills face ol il no upon
thee, and bo gracious unto thoo: .Tho
Lord Hit up His oountonanco upon thoo,
and give thoo poaoe.-Nutnbora 6:t4-?8.
Tho mus|c of heaven rings In these
words! 'Three measures of tho divin
est - melody ever
heard, a bm* from
tho Infinite an
them to oootho
the spirit with
and turn the
whole Ufo into a
long Sabbath day.
Mark tho ele
mente tn tide
they reveal God's
ills people and
tell of lils activi
ties on their behalf.
?. "Jehovah bless theo." You can
not explain* that word, "bless." It
breathes itself Into the soul like a
ruro perfume, but you ennuot tell
what lt ls. It touches the weary life
Uko a tender mother's hand und lifts
lt up Into rest and strength. You
know by sweet experience what lt ls,
but you cannot doline lt. It Is the
heart of God disclosed. It embraces
all other elements found In thia bene
diction ; the keeping, tho Bhlnlng face,
graciousness, tho uplifted countenance,
the gift of peace. That ls Ills bless
ing. Who that has beheld tho cross
has seen the Well-Beloved hanging
thoro, can question what that great
heart holds for him? "He that spared
not bis own'Son, but delivered Him
Up for us QU, how shall Ho not with
Him freely glvo us nil things?' Oh,
let na magnify that word, "bless."
2, "Jehovah make, bis face shine
upon theo." If His blessing reveals
His heart, this discovers His nenrness.
Not afar off. but nigh. Do not think
of Him ns far away in heaven, veiled
away In Ills own eternity, unknown
and unknowable. There ls no distance.
"Yo who sometime wero far off aro
made nigh by tho blood of Christ.", In
that place of nearness, Ills face shines.
What Joy to know that the face from
which heaven and earth shall Hoe away
and that is against them that do evil,
ls shining upon those In whoso midst
8. "Jehovah lift up lils countenance
upon thee." Frequently have the Lord's
people boen beard to say that He lins
hidden Ills face from them. It can
not be! For Ho who looks, upon Ills
beloved Son with unchanging delight .
sees you and me ever In Bim and
cannot turn nwny from us. If there
bo hiding, It ls you who aro doing
lt, not Ile. The clouds that obscure
the sun do not como from the sun.
4. The Lord be gracious unto .thee.
This attitude explains all else. His
grace Is His kindness to the unde
serving. Grace ls not n frame of mind
or a state of soul, but tho attitude of
God. "By grace are ye saved" and
over and over again, because wo uro
BO slow to believe it and because He
desires we should do so, comes the
Salutation: "Grace be tinto you."
But .not only In His attitude but
In His activities on our behalf do wo
see how all His heart ls occupied for
1. Jehovah keep thee. This is our
assurance and our security that Ho
who Is gracious keeps us for Ills own.
"Kept by tho power of God." "Je
hovah Is thy keeper," says tho Psalm
ist, and they nre save Indeed whom
Ho keeps. But not alone as His own
possession. Ho will keep that lifo
In all Ita dally affairs as though you
wore Hla only child and His solitary
care "Jehovah keep thee." Thnt Im
plies what Scripture elsewhere em
phasizes and what every hour of your
experience has proved: that you can
not keep yourself. "I nm not being
put to shame," says tho apostle, "for
... he ls able to keep thnt which
I have committed unto him." Not my
soul only, but my dally lifo. O soul,
if He ls not keeping thoo, thou art be
ing put to shame. Every manifestation
of tho flesh puts you to shanie. Every
Impatient word, every unworthy deed
puts you to shame. He can keep you
and Ho will If you but glvo Him a
chance. Turn that lifo over to Him
and seo what Ho cnn make out of it,
seo how Ho cnn keep it bi holy
triumph and Joy.
2. The inst element-last sweet,
lingering strain of tho anthem-ls
peace. "Jehovah give theo peace." In
all tho wldo universe, In all tho
tongues that men hnvo spoken, there
is no greater word. First salutation
of tho Risen Christ, "Fence be unto
you;" last thing In His voledlctory:
"Penco I lenvo with you." "Ho Is
our peace." O soul, anxious, care
worn, tossed ?ind driven, fold this
blessing of God to thy poor heart. His
own pence is for your present posses
sion. Ho desires you to havo lt. ,
Hnvo you seen tho full significance
of this blessing? Tho divine name oc
curs three times, and thrco Is tho
number of tho God-head, sum of nil
divine fullness. Tho connection of tho
three Persons with tho three pnrts of
tho blessing con bo cosily traced. All
that God ls ls thus engaged for. QB:
Father, Son and Holy Spirit occupied
with us and for us, and all that wo
may bo blessed. Oh, who would live
nn tinniest life? Who would ba so
miserable? GfVe mo this blessing of
God and I am rich Indeed. My heaven
baa begun with its holiness and Ita
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KA Ml Xii H IS NAMED PRESIDENT.
Oilicors Chosen for Cotybh ^Associa
tion-Want Moro. Bales Pledged.
Columbia, Juno 28.-Tho board of
directors of tho South Carolina ?Cot
ton Growers' Co-operative Associa
tion to-night announced the election
of Harry G. Kaminor, of Gadsden, as
president and general manager; J.
B. Johnson, of Rock Hill, first vico
president; J. P. McNair, of Aiken,
second vice president, and Harold C.
Hooker, of Columbia, secretary and
manager of Hold service.
Tho pr?sident and two vico presi
dents and L. D. Jennings, of Sumter,
and li, C. Hamer, of Eastover, con
stitute tho executive committee of
the board, 'i bo president and E. W.
Divans; of BouheUsville, and A. H.
Johnson, of St. George, aro trustees
of the American Cotton Growers' ox
Mr. Kaminer, tho president and
genoral manager of tho association,
is a successful planter and business
man of Richland county. In addition
to his large fdr m lng Interests in Rich
land and Calhoun county, ho oper
ates a general merchandise storo at
Gadsden. He ls a director of the Pal
metto National Hank of Columbia,
and stands high in agricultural and
business circles. Tho board at its
meeting to-day authorized thc re
opening of tho membership books
and tho prosecution of a vigorous
campaign during tho months of July
and August for additional members.
With moro than 110,000 bales ai-1
roady signed up, tho board hopes
that an additional 150,000 may bo
signed, making Ibis association tho
largest in tho Holt.
Permanent headquarters will be
eecurod and announced in a few days.
Tho board ls proceeding with the se
lection of tho various departmental
heads very carefully, and will proba
bly" not have any announcements to
make for sevo/al days.
DIGNITY NOT YET ATTAINED
Latest Arrival EvIJsntly Had te Wait
Before Her Age Could BB
^Matter of Notice.
Tito open season for park diver
sions being at band, the Man Who
? Likes the Outdoors took a seat on a
park bench and awaited events. Men,
women, children and even dogs and
cats respond to him without conscious
elYort on his part, so there was noth
ing surprising ubout lt wheu a little
girl walked up to him and climbed
upon the hench nt his side.
"My name ls Francos," she said
fearlessly. "What's yours?"
Before the M. Wi L. O. had time to
reply another smaller child ran up
and began pulling Frances' dress, so
lie asked :
"ls this your little sister?"
"Yes," replied Frances. "Her name
ls Minnie. That ls our daddy over
I there on the bench," and sin? indicated
bim with a wave of her hand.
"How old are you?" the M. W. L. O.
"I'm six," France:-' answered proud
ly, then, with a slight touch of dis
dain, she added, nodding toward tho
little Minnie, "she's only three."
The M. W. L. O looked at the two
little girls and was about to ask nn
other question when Frances said, this
time somewhat confidentially:
"I've got another sister at home."
"Ob, have you?" the M. W. L. O. re
sponded. "Is she older than you?"
The little girl made an4*expressive
"She hn8ti't any age," she said in a
matter of fact way, "she's just born."
Congressman's Mother Dead.
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 28. - Mrs.
Nicholas Longworth, aged 7 7 years,
mother of Congressman Longworth
and Countess do Cbambrun, of Paris,
died boro yesterday, following an ill
ness of several weeks, due to an at
tack of pneumonia.
Say "Bayer" and Insist!
Unless you seo thc name "Hayer"
on packago or on tablets, you aro not
getting tho genuine Hayer product
prescribed by physicians over twen
ty-two years and proved safe by mil
' Toothacbo Lumbago
Neuralgia Pain, Pain
Accopt only "Bayer" packago,
which contains proper directions.
(Handy boxes of twelve tablets cost
few cents. Druggists also sell bot
tles of 24 and 100. Aspirin is tho
trado mnrk of Bayor Manufacturo Ot
Monoaceticacidostor of Salicyllcacld.
Subscribe tor The Courier. (Best)
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HELD IX ATLANTA'<ONl OHAHGE
Of , JP2O?0Q0! l?ostoffl$o* Shortage in
, North .Carolina. .
* Atlanta, Juno 20.-'Luther Black
well, former postmaster nt Pino IBU,
N, C., was held In jail koro without
bond yesterday ponding action by
post?nico Inspectors, by whom, local
authorities stated, ho has boon sought
for three weeks for an allogod short
ogo of $20,000 in his accounts. Ho
was arrested at a local hotel In com
pany with a young woman, who told
Hie police sho was Mrs. Nina Thomp
son, of Columbus,. '<3a, She is being
held on a charge of suspicion.
An attempt by a bellboy at tho ho
tel whero Blackwell and tho woman
registered Sunday ns "Mr. and Mrs.
n. T. Walker, Spnrtanburg. S. C., to
roi) their room lod to tho arrest. Tho
boy, William Hutherford, negro, was
^seon entering tho room by lt. C.
Toggle, house detective. Tho woman
BQr?ametl in an Instant, and tho de
tective rushed in. Ho found tho ne
gro with niuo one-hundrod-ddllnr
bills In hl3 hand and two ton-dollar
rotes in his mouth.
About this time Blackwell entored,
and when asked to appear as a wit
ness against tho nogro, Tugglo said,
offered him tho money to drop tho
case. The detectlvo Insisted that tho
cou plo accompany him to tho polico
station, where Lieutenant of Police
Scott said hq recognized tho man as
tho former postmaster at Pino Hall.
Blackwell is said by tho polico to
havo admitted his identity and tho
shorlago in his accounts. Tho woman
denied any knowledge of th" affair,
claiming sho ;not Blackwell boro on
Tho bell boy ls in jail in default of
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms havo an un
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, nnd as a
rule, thcro ls moro or I ess stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC glvcu regu
larly for two or tnrco weeks will enrich tho blood,
improvo tho digestion, aud oct as n Heuern! St renrfth
cnlng Toolcto tho wholo system. Nature will thoa
throw off or dispel tho worms, and tho Child will bo
tn perfect health. Pleasant to take. Cue pur bottle.
Eloped in Airplane.
Kort Myers, Fla., Juno 29.-John
J. Harris, world war veteran, and
member of i prominent Georgia fam
ily, and Miss Pern Armeda, daughter
of Capt. Mick Armeda, of this city,
with the aid of an airplane, have, suc
ceeded in eluding Capt. Armeda and
county Judges throughout South
Florida, and have been married, ac
cording to a telegram received by"
Armeda from his daughter.
Newberry <<> Havo New Building.,
Newberry, .lune 30.--What prom -
/ses to eclipse any building in New
berry, or, In fact, In this section ot:
tho State, is the hean!ifni Btruoturo
being erected on Do yee street, willoh
when completed will be tho homo of
tho Commercial Dank of this city.
This building, which ls under con
struction at tho present time, will bo
a handsomely equipped and conven
iently arranged modern banking
house, and will be a crodil v tho
town of Newberry.
Not Opponents of Soldier Bonus.
Now Orleans, La., Juno 2fl.-Sen
ators E. S. Broussard and Joseph B.
ltansdell, of Louisiana, who havo
been named In press dispatches as
being among tho opponents of tho
soldier bonus bill, havo Informod an
American Logion post commander In
Mew Orleans that they aro not only
not opposed to tho measure, but aro
iu favor of it.
Policemen Held for Murder.
Atlanta, June 28.-A. B. Knowles
and W. S; Martin, city policemen,
were indicted for murder hero yes
terday In connection with tho death
of Albert Evorett, negro employeo of
tho A. B. and A. railroad In their
yards, who was killed In a recent
shooting affray, from which Dan Wal
ton, white, died. Four others woro
Indicted on charges of rioting.
Baby Drowns in Bucket.
Montreal, Juno 28.--A death certi
ficate Issued yesterday stated that
Stuart Clinton Hall, aged 0 months,
during tho absonco of a nurse had
crawlod to a bucket of cold water at
tho Salvation Army nursery, Outre
mont, on Saturday last, submerged
Its head and was drowned.
Homo for Orphans ns Monument.
Detroit, Mich., July 1.-As a mon
ument to Michigan's war doad tho
Michigan American Logion will
build and equip a homo for orphans
of World War veterans. Tho Legion
will raise tho necessary funds with
out drawing from tho public coffors.
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Legion Will Reprimand Violators.
Omaha, Nob., June 30.-Going or?
record as opposed to violation of tho
eighteenth amendment, tho Omaha
American Logion, at a rocont special
meeting voted to roprlmand mombera
who violate the amondmont. ?