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Kesuit: Two Lancaster Ho.v> Hurt,
1'" WAfianvIv \ iiothcr
St u u nod.
Lancaster, March 6.?While playing
in a box car near the depot yester dav
afternoon, some small boys got
v hold of a dynamite cap, and thought
they would have some fun. One of
the little fellows touched a match
to the tube and the others gathered
around. The resultant explosion badly
lacerated the hands, arms and
body of Robert Bowers, S years old,
son of Mr. E. Bowers, ana cut <*u
ugly gash in the face of Lee Street,
-aged 7, son of Mr. L. C. Street. The
^ .Bowers boy was knocked unconscious
but soon rallied with the first aid i
treatment his playmates gave him. j
Wh-en he revived the bunch, it is said,
"+r? rannrf to their parents;
C jji CCU l?v jk vj^/v- ? _
that a man walking along the rail- J
road track had shot them. They all j
stuck to the story until a doctor and 1
Sheriff Hunter arrived at their bed-|
side. The doctor founds scraps of j
Xin embededed in the flesh, and Sheriff
Hunter got them to confess. The
Rowers bov is iu a very bad condition,
but the other one will recover in a;
EFFECT ON S. C. DELEGATION, j
Committee Membership Restrictions
L UUtx tautua
Washington, March 6.?The twelve
committees specified in the resolution
introduc-ed by Representative
Taylor, of Colorado, and adopted by
the democratic caucus of the house
* yesterday, when it was decided that no !
^ member of any cf these committees!
should serve on any other committee
? whatsoever, and that no chairman of
anv committee should serve on any;
other committee, are as follows:
Ways and means, agriculture, appropriations,
banking and currency, j
District of Columbia, foreign affairs, j
judiciary, interstate and foreign com-1
raerce, military affairs, naval affairs, j
postoffices and post roads and rivers
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In addition to tne iaut max uuuci i
this resolution Representative David!
E. Finley cannot remain on the post-j
office committee, of which he is now
tlie ranking member, and retain his <
chairmanship of the committee on
printing, Representative Byrnes will j
have to give up his membership on;
war claims if he remains on banking
and currency, and Representative j
Aiken will have to step off pensions it
lie stays on the District of Columbia j
While some members are very angry I
over the adoption of the resolution the,
majority think it a good thing and in
the line with genuine progress.
It will be observed that Senator |
Simmons, of .North Carolina, did not i
get 021 the steering committee of thej
senate democrats, which was chosen,
today. Though the senators are very
^ reticent about what occurred at caucus,
it is believed to be reasonably!
sure that Senator B. R. Tillman, of
' South Carolina, will be allowed to
/-.VioJrnioncVlin nf tVlo /^OTYl m it?
tctlvc til C Vs 11 CI 11 uianoiiij; Vt vuv - ,
tee on appropriations, in accordance
with his expressed wish. In this
event Senator Smith, of Maryland, will j
doubtless become chairman of naval \
affairs, Senator Smith, of South Car-:
olina, is slated for chairman of manufactures.
I . HOUGH CONVICTED OF MURDER.
First Degree Verdict Against Kershaw
Man who Killed Father-in
Gulden, March 6.?Guilty of murkder
in the first degree was the verHirt
rpn.rneri at 11 o'clock tonisrht by
the jury in the case of John Hough,
' tried for the killing of his father-iulaw,
Roderick West. The jury retired
' at noon today. Sentence was deferred,
ponding the hearing, on Monday,
of a motion for a new tfijal made by
counsel for the defence.
Interest in the trial was unabated
until its close, a large crowd waiting
outside the court house until the jury
brought in its veridct. At 9.30 tonight
Judg^ Sease called the jury into
i the court rocm and urged them to
rotten a. vciuivu nuugu 10 -*~
years of age and shows the effect of
his confinement in the county jail
- since the killing.
PL AX OF >AM1>G POSTMASTERS.
Will Appoint on Recommendations
of Congressmen, Says Burleson.
"Washington, March 6.?Postmaster
1 Dhw1a.^a? f rvrl a t' "/ %!/ } O O VOTQ 1
\jreilf I cli DUHC5UI1 iwua v iuiu o - ?vi?.
of his former colleagues in congress
that he intended to rely absolutely
upon the recommendations of congressmen
as to the filling of vacancies
in postmasterships in their
districts, but that he would not be
ready to consider the=^ matt rs untr
hnr] ?' Or-intor' n< ? t :
As President Wilson h;is declared
that he intends to handle matters of
patronage through the h ads 01' the
various departments represented in
his cabinet, this statement of the
j postmaster general is regarded as
j very important. I
| COrRTOIAKTIAL AT COLUMBIA, j
(apt. Jackson Pleads Guilty to
Charges of Majj. Allen.
Colubia, March 6.?The cci-rt_mar_
! tial of Capt. Dibert Jackso^ gan
here tonight. At the beginning of the
trial Major Joseph R. Allen, of the 2d
regim-ent, who brought the charges,
sprung a sensation when he asked j
that the defendant, who was at the i
bar, to be placed under arrest. This I
the defendant agreed, to but the court!
did not insist upon it.
The charges brought by Major Allen
were one of disobedience and two of
disrespect. Major Alien charged that
Capt. Jackson had, when given orders
for the position of his company in the
corn exposition parade, retorted: "Is
my company the eleventh?' thus meaning
that his company, which has ranking
position, was given a low position.
Another charge was that Capt. Jack
-- J ?
sen had asKea Major Alien, uunug mcj
parade, to "meet me at 6 o'clock, after
the parade, and in citizen's clothes."
Capt. Jackson pleaded guilty to the
charges with c-ertain reservations.
Capt. Jackson appeared in his own behalf.
Major Allen was the first witness
for the prosecution. Both sides
had several witnesses. The entire
court and all witnesses were in full
nnifnrw anr? thprp was a eood crowd
of witnesses in the court room. Capt.
A. E. Legare acted as judge advocate.
Lieut Claud Boland is also to be
tried by this court on charges brought
by Major Allen, that Boland refused
to turn over the accounts of the Richland
The court will report its findings
to the commander-in-chief of the militia.
If found guilty, the defendant will
hardly receive any punishment greater
tnan a reprimand.
SWEARS OUTTS WARRANTS.
Foreman of Spartanburg Grand Jury
f After Alleged Blind Tigers.
' Snartanburer. March 6.?W. G.
Querry, foreman of the grand jury,
personally swore out warrants today
for the arrest of thirteen white men
of this city whom he accused of violating
liquor laws. This action follows
right on the heels of a crusade against
Hniior rloalArs prmdncterl b* tlie city
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Out of twenty-three cases thus far
tried in the city police court twentytwo
convictions have been secured and;
the maximum penalty has been imposed
in each case. Several other cases
await trial. The defendants are most:
ly keepers of so-called social clubs.
Ex-Kebel of Chihuahua Declare Neutrality
Toward Sonora*s Declaration
El Pasai, Texas, March 6.?With the
' ex-rebels of Chihuahua declaring neutrality
toward the Sonora revolt, the
I situation in the western border State
rtoday awaited the entrance of federal
Rallying under the constitutionalist
\ banner and proclaiming States rights,
the new rebels late today not only de!
stroyed the railway north and south j
l-/\f ir? hut put all teleeranh i
VI HV.,llUVWii*v, wv?v -v. v w wires.
This enforced the most effect-:
ive news censorship from the State)
After the decision of the State authorities
to denounce Huerta's gov|
ernment, groups of State rebels toI
r.ight threatened Agua Prieta and
jxogales, on the Arizona border.
"The matter do^s not directly inter!
" nonorol PilCfllfll Of'OZf'O Jr..
CC5L IliC, x , -,
| is reported to have said today when
news reached his camp below Juarez
j of the Sonora uprising. The former
rebel co.nmander-in-chi f has receivted
110 request from the provisional
[president to take the field against the
! Sonora State troops as reported yes:
terday. it was said such a request
meet with refusal by nearly 1,500
troops under Orozco's control.
Orozco again made clear his stand
toward the provisional government at
Mexico City, declaring h-e only accepts
Huerta in event that the land
grant promise of the Madero revolution
will be kept. Orozco reiterates
his promise that he will keep his
forces in ind-efinite armistice.
It also denied that any demand
has been made on the Huerta party
for large sums of money with which
mrnmnpnthp north^n rebels for
the struggle against \Iadero. If Col.
Cordova, Orozco's emissary to Mexico
City, made such a demand, it was
unauthorized. Orozco says.
?"Pa. what is party loyalty?"
don't imitate enough to fool
the people into buying the
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itself. There is nothing just
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croup, colds and ailments,
where inflammation and
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SEVER TRIED TO PROTECT THEM.
"Good Satured Drunkeu Men*1 Fell
on Women Marchers, Declares
i Washington, March 6.?Tales of in1
dignities and affronts from the crowds
and indifference and laughing comments
from the police were recounted
today before the senate committee
that has begun an investigation into
the alleged lack of protection given
the great suffrage pageant of last
Women prominent in national affairs
and in suffrage councils, told of
their harrassed porgress through
surging crowds of men and bovs,
whom the police, they said, made lit*
* 11 mi : ? i
tie effort to noia DacK. meir simxca
differed in detail, because of the various
viewpoints from which the
Pennsylvania avenue march had been
observed, but their statements as to
the general attitude of the police were
endorsed by Rear Admiral Van Reypen,
retired, and George F. Bowerman,
librarian of the Carnegie library
of Washington, who appeared is witness
against the police department.
Officers in First Row.
Miss Julia Lathrop, chief of the
children's bureau of the department
of commerce and labor, one of the
marchers in the suffrage parade, said
the few police she saw seemed to be
merely standing in the front row of
the spectators." Mrs. Harriet Taylor
Upton, of Warren, Ohio, in charge of
the Ohio division of .the parade, declared
that crowds of "youngish men"
" +!-> ->+ tho roarphprs
sergea in s>u uubc men, mv
could hardly walk two abreast; that
"good natured drunken men" pushed
against the marchers' lines without
restraint by the police, and that , the
few officers in sight did nothing to
protect the procession.
Congress had passed a special act j
directing the Washington police de-1
partment to "prevent any interference
with the suffrage procession." In the I
questions put to the women witnesses ;
today, Senators Jones, Dillingham and '
Pomerene tried to secure definite information
as to why the protection
.1 3 1 ''"nrlnmiotQ onrl a CI tr> thp
nau UtJtTIl SU Jiiauu4uaiv uuv>
1111 mbor of police 011 hand and the
manner in- which they acted toward
the women marchers.
It was mud splashing that gained
the Times its nickname of the Thunderer,
or the name was first applied
when two ladies at Kew were bespattered
with mud by a horseman riding
much too close to them. The
Times, in a leading article harshly!
critising his bad manners, alleged i
that the horseman was the Duke of i
Cumberland, then resident at Kew.
A denial was made on behalf of the
Duke and the Times then published |
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Amity Lodge, >"o. 87, A. F. 3L
Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., meeta
every first Monday night at 7.30 o'clock
in Masonic Hall. Visiting brethren
T. P. Johnson,
b . W. Earhardt, W. M.
Wodmeo of the World.
Maple Camp, No. 437, W. 0. W.,
meets every first and third Wednesri
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Bergell Tribe, >To. 24, I. 0. K. M.
Bergell Tribe, No. 24, Improved'Order
Red Men, meets every Thursday
night at 8 o'clock in Klettner's Hall.
J. 0. Havird,
0. Klettr jt, Sachem.
<Chief of Records.
Omaha Tribe, I. 0. S. M.
Omaha Tribe, No. 75, I. 0. R. M.,
Prosperilty, S. C., meets <rvery first and
third Friday night at 8o'c!ock in Masonic
hall. Visiting brethren are welcome.
G. H. Dominick,
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i jrxui. J. o. vvaeeier, Dat-ueui.
Chief of Records.
Caoteechee Council, 4, B. of P. 1
0. B. M.
Cateechee Council, No. 4, D. of P.,
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Signet Chapter, Sc. 18, B. A. M.
Signet Chapter, No. 18, R. A. M.,
meets every second Monday night at
8 o'clock in Masonic Hall.
T. P. Johnson, E. H. P.
L&cota Tribe, I. 0. B. M.
Lacota tribe, No. 79, I. O. R. M., Jalapa,
S. C., meeting every other Wed,
nesday night at 8 o'clock in SummeT
j hall. Visiting brethren are welcome.
T. C. Dobbins,
j J. Wm. Folk, Sachem.
Chief of Records.
I Newberry Commandery, No. 6. K. T. j
I .Newoerry commanaery, :\o. t>, iv. \l.,
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o'clock in Masonic Hall.
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! T. P. Johnson, E. C.
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