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Convention Plans to Better Cottoi
Columbia, Sept. 28.-Resolutiom
commending the Montgomery Cottar
congress, in its efforts to bring to iti
proper level the prevailing price 0:
cotton and the adoption of other reso
lutions mveting with the views of thos(
present, marked the conference 01
growers, bankers and business mer
at the meeting held here this after
noon and evening. With the lection oJ
Commissioner Watson as permanen,
president; Mr. J. Whitner Reid, secre
tary, and W. C. Brown,,of Newberry
assisant secretary, the cotton conven
tion commenced this afternoon a de
termined meeting, actuated by tho
business-like purpose of marketin
the cotton crop in a manner/ whict
will insure a reasonable profit to thE
,The meeting held until midnight
and various resolutions were adoptec
looking toward the profitable market
ing of "he crop. Talks were made b
a number of business men from va.
rious parts of. the State, among then
being Senator E. D. Smith and Presi
dent E. W. Dabbs, of the State Far
The committee appointed to dra%
up resolutions was composed of on(
man from each congressional district
these being: W. M. Frampton, Chester
1st district; Alan Johnstone, Newber.
2d district; Al"a Johnstone, Newber
ry, 3d district; 0. P. Goodwin, Laur
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The afternoon session was consum
ed mostly in general discussion and
perfecting the organization and a
meeting was held beginning at 8
o'clock, in which resolutins were
adopted and action taken in line with
the purpose of the organization.
The "iniquitous" cotton exchanges
was repeatedly attacked on the floor
of the house of representatives and
two resolutions of procedure were re
ported by the committee formed by 1
member from each congressional dis
trict and appointed by Commissioner'
of Agriculture E. . Watson. W. P.
Pollock favored- a petition to congress,
asking that the use of interstate
means of communication be denied
the exchanges, but this meeting with
objectiond on the ground of possible
legal resistance, a substitute motion
was adopted after the debate.
An agreement brought about was
that congress be memorialized to reg
ulate dealing in cotton by the ex
changes so that real cotton will be
the basis of all contracts and actual
delivery be had.
The committee of resolutions was
appointed during the afternoon ses
sion, and prior to adjournment at 6
o'clock all resolutions were reported
to it for recommendation.
When the committee made report at
the night session, with one exception,
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This is a UNREPEAMEID NIGHT LETTER,
ROBERT C. CLOWRY, PRESIDENT
Ga Balto., Md. Sei
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gt of Workmen on Harriman Lines
Extends From Gulf to the
icago, Sept. 30.-The threatened
trk of the shopmen on the Hafri
nlines to enforce recognition of
ernew organization federation be
ea reality today. The number of
nwho quit in the 15 States asffected.
estimated at between 20,0003 and
0,0 by the union men, although .
is Kruttschnitt, vice president of
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dthe number was much smaller.
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3Irabe Accident Was Witnessed
yNo One-Body Was Found at
'obia State, Saturday.
ber S. Reynolus, a well-known -
ug man of Columtla, was killed
talate hour last night when he fell
mthe ninth floor of the Loan and
cange bank buildmng to the alley
ayin the rear of tne buildgg. He
semployed in the offices of the
out Carolina Cotton Oil company
lte ninth floor, and was waiting
r . E. Wells, the manager of the
many, who was dlue to arrive from
s orth at 12.30 o'clock. Mr. Rey
lshad received a telegram from
r. ells telling of his expected con
~mlated arrival at that hour. He
ainished some work, and it is sup
se, was seated in the window when
1 el. He was instantly killed. The
ywas found at midnight by R. E.
rt, an engineer," employed in the
uding, who was making his rounds
M. North said that he heard a fall
bot 11.30 o'clock. It is supposed
htthe accident occurred at that
m.A careful investigation was
a by Coroner Walker. He came
ote conclusion that the boy's death
asthe result of an accident.
Heber Reynolds was a well known
rdbeloved young man and had many
inds in Columbia. He was 20 years
fage, the son of the late John S.
exolds, supreme court librarian, and
well known author. He is surviv'ed
yhis mother, Mrs. .)onn S. Reynolds;
.he sisters. Mrs. Henry L. Forbes,
liSarah E. Reynolds and Miss Vir
tii V. Reynolds; and one brother,
~n eyolds of The State. J
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