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A FEARFUL DEATH. not suicide. Broadwick sa
cinniati is his ho~rme. He
19Womanl Aeronaut Drops 300 Feet wife's people live there, I
- From Balloon in Anderson-Ac- were bitterly opposed to
Cident or Suicide. .and have never ibecome1
- tiheir daugh.ter since he
and for that reason he di
Mrs. Maude Broadwick, wife of them of her death -and bi
Ohtarles Broadwick, an -aeronaut with ments in Anderson on'S
!Riddell's South.ern Carnival company, was almost completely
[ei from 'a 'balloon in Anderson oni Mrs. B-roadwi.ck was ab<
.Thursday afternoon and was in.stant- old and was /very popu:
-ly killed. Mrs. Biroadwick was an ex- members of th~e carnival
perienced balloonist herself and had -
melle two ascensions while in Ander- Let South Carolinians L
son, but was not 'to go up Thursday selves.
afternoon. Her ihusband was tQ mak S partanburg Journal.
the ascension and parachute drop, and The annual rep.ort of ti
ehe was standing by to give the sig- ler general of South Car
nal to cut the ropes. when all was year 1904 shows that durn
ready. Sbhe gave the signal all right, the receipts for life ins
and when the balloon shot up into The miums were $2,656,656.
air shbe was seen hanging to 'the ropes amount paid in losses f
between the balloon and the para- time was $886,517.95.
chute. After she 'had 'reached, a dis- that $768,138.go was sen
tance of 200 or 300 feet she dropped to state to non-resident li
the earth, striking onr the har.d groundcopnemretacm
and was instantly killed. Iihe 1bal-copaismrthnci
loon went sfraight up intor tihe air an-d The report also shows
she fell' within 'a few feet of the spot jceipts by the fire insurant
from wihere she started. A crowd of' from South Carolina bus
possibly I,ooo persons witnessed .the the year were $I,021,65
tragedy. Broadwick, 'wiho was fasten- payments for losses duri
ed into the parachute with a belt, period $569,76,2.89. The
went on some distance higher and -ance companies therefor<
then cut loose 'and descended in safe- South Carolina $451,889.2
iy. Most of the carnival people are they paid iback.
inclined to the x>pinion that Mrs. This is what keeps the
Broadwick's death was due to suicide $1,220,028.14 a year is a
ather than accident. They say this state for which no
Broadwick and hiis wife 'had been ceived. That's what
quarreling for a week or more and iCarolina are paying to
this, together with athe fact dtiat she and fire insurance comp
was ean experienced aeronaut and north, the "frenzied fina
'there were no projecting ropes abouft arnd others. Our money 1i
the balloon harness liable to entangle to enrich companies, a
a person, lead them.to 'the suicide the- never to re-turn. It gon
ory. Broa'dwick admits that 'be and huge funds with which thi
his wife had quarreled, but says they ket is manipulated, for
made up, as they had dione before. syndicates that make en<
He says though that she knew all its, for railroad building
about balloons and tha-t he does not possibly for giving Fren
see show sihe could have become ac- for.Cambon dinners. An
cidentally entangled in the ropes.- He away from South. Caroli
ias been in the balloon business 15 the men who made the
years and says his wife had been in never comes back.
'die business eight years and that she Wihy isn't this money k
was quite as expert as himself. He We have as good busi:
.ays that as she fell sihe called to him| South Carolina as there a
to catch her but dhat he could not do iWe are capable of imsur:
.H thnk it wa anacient and -and property at a reasonm
TERING A PL
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Hecker's Oat Meal.
Shrouded Wheat Biscuits.
All kinds of Canned Meats, Fish.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Raisins, Cocoanuts, Citron, Spices
ard Extracts for your Thanksgiv
ing and Christmas Cakes.
Severy day. Fresh Cel4
ys that Gin- .of providing the money with whic2i Drove A Dea4
ays that 'his to meet -the losses. We have built Maji. G. -W. Li
ut tihat they manufacturing enterprises and have 'showing a party
he marriage 'made more money with them than is Lherd of bison a
conciled to made in New or old England, the the Washington
marriage, homes of such industries. We have ed from bisont
not notify educational institutions, financial in- many instances
d he inter- stitutions and in other ways have. some realistic a
turday. He provided the facilities for many of were related. F
prostrated. the needs of life. We are perfectly "There is a
)ut 22 years capable of providing fire and life in- One-eyed Pete
r with the surance and the time has come to do is true the four
compan. it.East-the Alfi
-Th'ere is a fi61d right here in South -ames onyde pa<
isure Them- Carolina for several life and fire in- arenerate fra
I dgenrat fon
surance companies. Our people have fore the next ho
full'y awakened to the fact that send- trcm u
e omptrol- ing twelve ihundred thousand dollars "er-eye out'
ina for the a year out of the state is a heavy and Oneeedac t
ng that year useless drain on our resources. They Dtae aod Qt
irance pre- know t a thsmoney can bek pt D eadw od Gu lch.
5 and the the state with all the protection and Besast Gulch daI
r the same safety that they now enjoy. There is hey stad dth
This means a field right here in Spartanburg for bonthey snay t
out of the a life insurance company. It could bonae ne aya
Feinsurance do a good business. T.here are pleiity upioke o-tla
eback. of men here who would subscribe to ito thoped,an
that the re- its stock and there are plenty of men it-stoped dad
:opes scattered over the state who would "c 'A very suc
nesduring subscribe to its stock. There are men sadr
13 and the in Spartanburg who could with ability', Sddn
rg the same sagacity and success manage a life "den? T
fire insur.. insurance company. The stock in ee te fTe
Sgot out of such a company would be. worth five t'hb t of wa'n'
. more than for one in ten years, besides paying sir1 u I watnto
good dividends meanwhile.tilIgt o
souxth poor. A life insurance company would do place.'
oing .out of more than anything else to adver- -
thing is rt. tise 'Spartanburg. Ic would give Business tE
&e of south people all over the state and in other "General Net:
the big life parts of the south a direct, personal, inventor, "usec
anies of the financial interest in Spartanburg. sieged by crar
ne" ariety iThe premiums of life insurance would rapid-firing gur
gon wycome here and would increase our dirigible war b
giread rich, commercial funds. Good ~buildings martial inventic
to make the would be erected, money loaned out weed cranks
&stock mar- and real estate generally enhanced in speed.
underwriting value. "I sat in 'his c
)rmous prof- IOu~r people, not only at Spartan- when a servant
in the wvest, burg bat everywhere in the state, " 'Oh, send
ch balls and ought to build up home life and fire Miles 'His busi
yhow, it gets insurance companies to keep their than a minute<
na and from Imoney at home while affording their ."So in came a
money and iproperty and their families all neces- man, twisting I
sary protection. Let us quit being in botih hands.
ept at home? content to give upwards of a mil- . " 'General,' h
tess men in lion dollars a year to far off financiers, and he tok out
re anywhere. ---letr-proof army
ng our lives Joys of solitude have little in com- ,ment would ad'
Lbl cot nd onwit1 loeliollar bill. I " 'Put it on.
Nfaction by using the
ck will supply your
Try our Herald Brand Baked
Beans at 10 cents.
Try our Elgin Crown Sugar Corn
at 10 cents.
Try our 25c., 33 1 -3, cents and
37 1-2 cents Coffee.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters every day.
Fresh Celery, Cranberries.
ry and Cranberries,
Horse Nine Miles. ea ie,a: ern h el h
lie (Paiwnee Bill) was sratapae steivno a
of easterners his finegetigntoIeca.
Pawnee, Okia., says* "'oe'sadtegnrl'elth
Post. The talk turn- cpano h ur oodroeo
> stage coaching, andhimntooad'srflwtha al
of wonderful driving,an crtig d
d some hyperbolical, "'E us me gnra,Ifgo
wnee Bill laughed. soein,inerpdtheivno,
story," he said, "of adwt hne ok'edsper
VcCoy. If this story e.
in-hand drivers of The
d Vanderbilts and AnrdlofheCmn.
id Lorillard Ronaldes Th strigdy of he Fnc
:ticing a decayed and Cm ueaeue b ai iga
iof coaching. Be- tevhceo oeflsoyi h
rse show they had bet-NoebrMCu's"TeLt
est and learn to drive.'oeFat eons wt h i
te drove a Dakota' tre htaefwadfrbten
t made a circuict tf ocssi n re,tril,d
onate. Spearfish and mtcmmn h irethmnps
e was notorious forsis,adly baete erdsos
ng yet skillful driving,. ftobglaer fmn n ~
t P'ee tore into Car-berydawmntsvehscu,
n his usual dead run.an th ohe hsrdemd erb
he the coach clatteredtrao to*icmads It ase
oor. 'There. suddenly,anuaseal qetino th rl
oneof he orss eal ies, anf gult an dries hoell The
lsrvntapaeda the nvetfie tas
o a al, sidOn-h ighteng howl hs Ninl itybl
at her hos ded a ndianartrlige Journal.
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there'lr topi' s otn, pulisterru t d o ti ghe tr
oand .hithea a ntd butons heisatpear
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betane Aewoan so ax is cause,c
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broghtina ~ar leso fihatie n ee wih utgiving ah
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pt th- Aadmnigirabgliresnt ecs
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