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COV. BLEASE WILL
ENFORCE MILL ACTS
SAYS HE WILL ENGAGE INSPEC
Chief Executive Will. Ignore Stric
tures by Columbia Federation
'It doesn't follow, because I vetoed
the appropriation for the salaries of
Watson's two factory inspectors, that
I intend the factory inspection law to
go unenforced," said Gov. Bfease
Saturday. "I have a fund of $5,000
for law enforcement, and I mean to
'work for the enforcement of all the
laws, including those relating to la
"Out of my $5,000 appropriation I
propose to see that the work hereto
fore done by Col. Watson's factory in
spectors is done by men commission
ed by myself. I shall look also after
the enforcement of the regulations
relative 'to hours of labor in stores,
No Reply to Federation.
Gov. Blease said he had no idea
of replying to strictures on his course
by the Columbia Trades Federation.
"Nothing that a walking delegate may
say," he declared, "can convince the
factory people that I am not their
friend. They know I am their friend
-have always been their friend."
Section 855 of the new code, volume
1, says: "The commissioner (of agri
culture, commerce and industries)
may employ two inspectors, who shall
be appointed by the commissioner, at
a salary of $1,000 each per annum and
necessary traveling expenses, not to
exceed $500 each in any one year, to
assist him in the discharge of the du
ties imposed by this article, from and
including section 84. to the end of
this article. The inspectoms shall be
under the supervision and control of
The'sections referred to are those
'which charge the commissioner with
the duty of compiling accurate statis
* tics of labor and manufactures, in
specting manufacturirg plants, stores,
etc., to see that the laws as to sani
tation, hours of labor, shielding of
dangerous machinery, etc., are carried
out and that children are not worked
contrary to law. All the inspectors'
reports are to be made to the com
The item in the appropriation bill
*carrying $1,000 salary and $500 ex
penses for each of these two inspec
tors, for 1911 ( was objected to by Gov.
Blease in his veto message and the
general assembly failed to overrule
the veto, so that the item was strick
COy. BLEASE IN RUNAWAY
HAD NARROW ESCAPE
Horse of Hack in Which He Was Rid
ing Eilled as Result of Accident
columbia State, 24th.
Gov. Blease had a very narrow es
cape yesterday afternoon by a run
away horse running full tilt into a
.hack in which he was the passenger.
The accident occurred at the corner
of Main and Laurel streets. The hack
in which Gov. Blease was riding was
going north on Main street and when
in front of Gedding's grocery store a
horse attached to a wagon owned by
Willie Gaines smashed into the hack,
throwing out the hackman and kill
-ing the horse attached to the *hack.
A shaft of the wagon was driven into,
othe horse, Venetratigg his heart and
Akilling him instantly. The horse was
s.owned by Ruben Dright, a well known
negro hackman, and was driven by
At the collision Gov. Blease man
aged to keep his seat, receiving only
a few slight bruises. Dave McNeal
was thrown out, but escaped serious
ALMOST FIGHT IN HOUSE.
Xondell and Wickersham Near Point
of P'hysical Violence-Short and
Ugly Word Used.
Washington, Feb. 23.--Another
bloodless battle was fought on the
'door of the house of representatives.
.t czame during a somewhat heated
dehate on a bill for the leasing 0f
coal lands in Alaska. The lie was
passed and as the short and ugly
word rang out James Wickersham
delegate fromn Alaska, made a rusi
for Representative Frank W. Mondell
of Wyoming, who was seated at
The big Alaskan's right arm sho
out twice in the direction of "the gen
tIleman from Wyoming" but member
who separated the disputants at th
time say that both blows fell short.
Delegate Real Mad.
The house was in an uproar in a:
instant. Several members hurle
hemselve anMr Wickersham; oth
ers were struggling with Mr. Mon
dell, who had gained his feet and
was making for his assailant. Repre
sentative Foster, of Vermont, had tak
en Mr. Wickersham by the throat.
This added to the uncontrolled anger
of the delegate and for a moment dI
verted his attack towards the would
be peacemaker. Representative Sis
sion, of Mississippi, was first to reach
Mr. Mondell, who was endeavoring to
raise the chair in which he had been
sitting, to hurl it at his antagonist.
Crowd Soon Gathered.
Members rushed toward the group
from every part of the chamber and
soon there were nearly 100 men in
the crowd about the still struggling
Meantime Representative Olmstead,
of Pennsylvania, who was acting as
speaker, was madly belaboring his
desk with the gavel and calling upon
the sergeant-at-arms to preserve or
der. The historic mace of the house,
the emblem of authority, was lifted
from its marble pedestal and carried
to the floor of the house. Members
had taken the matter in hand and
had succeeded in bringing both Mr.
Wickersham and Mr. Mondell to a
cessation of hostilities.
When the house was fairly quiet
Mr. Wickersham clamored for recog
Was Called a Liar.
"I want the record to show that I
apologize to the house, but," his voice
rose to a shout, "I also want it to
show that I was called a liar."
Representative Tawney, of Minne
sota, demanded that the entire col
loquy be reported by the stenograph
er from the speaker's 'desk. The
stenographer stated that he overheard
Mr. Mondell, who was seated at the
time, say: "He is a liar."
Mr. Wickersham also had heard.
"If you say that, you are a liar,'
he, had shouted and in another instant
had rushed at Mr. Mondell. A chair
between the two members' had ob
structel the collision. The shout of
"liar" was the first the house had
heard. Mr. Mondell's utterance had
been made in an undertone.
"Representative Tawney calId at
tention to the fact that th, 1an.guago
used by the disputanlts \vas clearly
unparliamentary and that there
should be an apology.
"I do apologize." said Mr. Wicker
sham, "I lost my temper." He sat
"I think the apology should b-e
broader," interjected Representative
Keifer, of Ohio.
'~I make my apology as broad as
any gentleman in the house wants it,"
said Mr. Wickersham, "and that is all
I have to say."
Merelf a Mistake.
Mr. Mondell then arose. I uttered
no such statement as has 'been report
ed in debate," 'he said. "I turned to
the gentleman from South Dakota,
who was sta-ading at my desk and
"'He must be a liar.'".
Mr. Mondell said his reference was
due to the fact that nothing in the
record showed any coal claims in
Alaska, outside of the Cunningham
group, to bue gone to final entry.
Mr. Wickersham had disputed this
"My remark was not directed to
ward the gentleman from Alaska,"
Mr. Mondell went on, "and it wasno
uttered in debate, but to a gentlenlan
who stood beside me. I realize,.how
ever, that I should not have used the
word here, or anywhere for that mat
ter, and I apologize to the house."
TROLLEY LINE ACT SIGNED.
Gor. Blease Changes His Mind-Ap
prop,iation T angle Again.
Columbia, Feb. 24.-Gov. Blease to
day approved the measure incorporat
ing the Piedmont Northern railway
with a capital stock of $5,000,000 al*
though he had proviously announced
that he would veto the act. because it
gave too much power to the owners of
the company. The company proveses
to construct a network of electric
lines over the Piedmont section of the
State. There was a petition frorr
Spartanburg and Greenville askin:
that the act he approved.
The State treasurer today refuse'
to pay claims, because the appropria
tion measure had not been properl:
prepared. The appropriation bill a:
filed with the secretary of state di
not contain the vetoes that were up
held by the general assembly. Th
matter was straightened out by th
attachinrg of a certified copy of th
Hos .~~~journal showing the items tha
had been eliminated.
TAKEL TEN THOUSAND
Two Eandits Hold up Woman an
Secure From Her Money Sent
aPittsburg, Kan., Feb. 25.--Mrs. Ja
I Jospeh, postmistress at Fuller, a co:
_ camp ne-a here was held up by tsw
highwaymen last night and robbed of
$10,000 which she had just received
by express. The money was to have
been used to pay off employes of the
Sheridan Coal company today. Two
other packages, containing $10,000
each, were not found by the robbers.
The money was sent from Kansas
City last night on the Kansas City
Southern railroad. There was $30,523
in the three packages. The train ar
rived at 6.30 o'clock and was met by
Mrs. Joseph and Albert Briggs, cash
ier of the company. The money was
consigned to an express company, of
which Mrs. Joseph is agent.
Mrs. Joseph took a package con
taining $10,523 and left the depot first.
As she s-epped out a masked man
with a revolver confronted her and
demanded the money. Another rob
ber stood nearby. Mrs. Joseph hand
ed over the money. Briggs, who was
close behind, saw what was going on
and threw his two packages into a
corner. The robbers ran to a buggy
TWO NEGROES LYNCHED.
Xob of Two Hundred Breaks Down
'Door, Takes Out Prisoners and
Hangs Them to Same Tree.
Augusta, Ga., Feb. 24.-Bob Jones,
the negro who fatally shot Conductor
W. W. Thom pson at Camak on the
Georgia railroad Thursaay night, was
taken from the Warren county jail
at midr.ight last night by a mob of
about 200 infuriated citizens and
John Veazey, another negro in the
jail, who was charged with the mur
der of C. E. Tarham two months ago,
was also lynched.
The mob then quietly dispersed and
this morning Warrenton was as quiet
as a 'small town can be. The negro
who was with Jones at the time Capt.
Thompson was shot has not yet been
apprehended and the mob took ad
vantage of Sheriff Brinkley's absence
with his posse looking for this negro
to enter the jail and lynch Jones and
Veazey. At 11 o'clock this morning
the two negroes were still hanging
from a tree near the town, their bodies
riddled with bullets.
Pulaski Lodge, L. 0. 0. F.
Pulaski Lodge, No. 20, L. 0. 0. F.,
will meet Friday night, March 3, at 8
o'clock at Klettner's Hall.
W. H. Hardeman,
W. G. Peterson, N. G.
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ndewrsignedl Jury Commissioners for
ewerry Corniy, S. C., v:i!l on the thU.S ae
nd day of MIarch, 1U11, at 9 o'clock
. mn., in the office of the Clerk of?
ourt. openly and publicly draw the o
ames of twelve mnen who shall serve
s Grand Jlurors for one year, and*
lso the names of thirty-six men who!
hall serve as Petit Jurors for the Thirty YeAr,
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