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K?re Violent Eruptions of SaivuraJioiu
Adds to Terror on Island.
ivagoshima. Japan, .Tan. IT.?The j
Tolcano continued active today and
emitted great quantities of stones
and ashes. Explosions occurred and
poisonous gases were ejected, making
breathing difficult. The emperor's
envoy has found it impossible
t# make the trip around SakuraJima.
Two further violent eruptions of
Sakura-Jima, accompanied by a severe
earthquake, occurred . late last
aigta, causing the collapse of many
tore buildings. Numbers of the inhabitants
of Kagoshima, who had re.
turned fled again in terror from the
city. Ashes are falling thickly today.
The sun looked like a ball of blood j
over Kagoshima today. Darkness was
such that night signals were employed
on the railroads. Flying dust was
?o thick that the few pedestrians had
to cover their mouths and n^ses with
towels to prevent suffocation. The
sea in the Gulf of Kagoshima seemed
to be boiling and the quantity of
floating pumic stone was so great
that it prevented navigation.
trsiuejacKeis jrum uie jiiijituesf i
fleet today discovered a native craft i
ontaining 16 starving refugees. Tbey j
reported that owing to the floating
masses of pumice stone and the high
seas they had been unable to steer
tkeir boat and had spent three days
adrift. The bluejackets were able to
reach them only by using a wedgeshaped
raft, with which they pierced
a field of pumice stone resembling ice
floes. Lava today was flowing steadily
down the sides of the volcano, increasing
the area of the island as it
solidified on reaching the sea.
il is siui impossible 10 give any- j
thing like an approximate estimate of j
the number of victims of the recent;
eruptions and tidal waves. Some offi- \
cials here express the hope that almost
all escaped from Sakura. Others
are less optimistic.
Prof. Fusakichi Omori. the seismol?gist,
pointing today to the village of
Yokohama at Sakura, where 400
Rouses lie buried in lava, said: "Are
tie people buried there as in Pompeii?"
and answered himself, "Only
Ihe future can reply."
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Many rerugees are reporteo to nave
fceen driven insane from terror and
Over a million letters and 8,000
telegrams are held up in Kagoshima.
SUFFRAGE SUFFERS REVERSE
Ifets no Special Sommittee of House.
?Surprise to Leaders.
Washingtony Jan. 17.?The decision
#f the majority members of the house
rules committee against the creation
oi a standing committee of the house
on woman suffrage landed like a
boomshell in the ranks of national
suffrage leaders gathered here. Both
the congressional committee of the
National American Suffrage association
and the Congressional Union for
"Woman Suffrage have been pressing
the matter, but a radical difference
of opinion between the organizations
was indicated by the comments toil
The congressional union, at a hurriedly
called meeting, adopted unanimously
a resolution declaring the
meeting "regarded with indignation"
the action of the democratic members
of the rules committee "in refusing
to create a committee to consider
the justice and expediency of
extending self goverment institutive
tr? wnmpn "
Mrs. Antoinette Funck, lobby member
of the suffrage association, took
exception to the attitude of the congressional
union. "I am fearful lest
the avowed policy of the union to
strike at the Democratic party as a j
whole," she said, "may have contrib- j
uted to this most regrettable situation.
"It is the intention of our committee
to remain entirely non-partisan i
a x _ 1_ _ i ; ~ ^ I
ana 10 support ai primaries auu kiwtions
national officers who show a
friendly disposition towards us and
never to oppose any candidate unless
he has ingnored a well defined sentiment
for suffrage among his constituents."
Mrs. Funck declared that under
the caucus system four members of
the rules committee had been able to
defeat the will of the whole committee.
Assurances had been received,
she added, that a reconsideration
would be sought by suffrage sympathizers
who are members of the Democratic
"We then will be able, at least,"
she said, "to put the blame where it
Federal .Court .Upholds .Insurants
C^arlesta*, Jsa. X7<?-Judge M, A,
M. Smith of the federal court, in an
order filed this afternoon,dissolved a
temporary injunction restraining F.
H. McMaster, insurance commissioner
of South Carolina, from revoking the
license of the Mutual Life Insurance
company of New York from doing
business in this State. This paves the
way for the commissioner to proceed
to revoke tne company's license if he
sees fit under ine laws 01 me ouue.
Commissioner- McMaster last summer
notified the company to show cause
why its license should not be revoked.
By way of reply, the company secured
a temporary injunction in the
United States district court. The commissioner
alleges that the company
does not comply with the terms of its
Baptists Secure Property in Columbia,
on Which They Will Build
| Columbia, Jan. 18.?The trustees of
the South Carolina Baptist hospital
have secured a site near the southern
limits of Columbia on which the
building will be erected. The location
joins the beautiful property of
the City Development company, known
as Wales Gardens. It faces on Lower
street, directly in front of Saluda
avenue of Wales Gardens, and is
bounded on the east by Edisto avenue*
on the south is the Rose Hill Greenhouse
property and on the west by
the property owned by the late
Thp site* mmnrisfs eieht acres and
was purchased yesterday from G. A.
Guingnard, the purchase price being
$15,000. A. J. Bethea, one of the
trustees announcing the decision, yesterday
said: "The executive members
of the board of trustees to whom
was referred the matter of buying a
site think that they have made a fine
purchase. The committee canvassed
every available site in and around
Columbia and it was the unanimous
opinion of the committee that this
was the cheapest and best site inspected.
It is on a beautiful plateau
and commands a splendid view of the
+ PTivaiVionc who Vl!S\7?> cAAn it
JL AJL J I^iviuuo 1? J.A V/ I V u vvu ?
say that it is an ideal location for a
Xear Union Station.
"The site selected is very accessible,
being only seven blocks from the
union station, and right at the end of
the car line which is being built along
Saluda avenue through the Wale3
Gardens property. It is our information
that Saluda avenue will be paved
in a "short time and paved sidewalks
are now being constructed. This
property is contiguous to the best
residential section of Columbia and
the surroundings are all that could
be desired," Mr. Bethea continued.
"Tie site lends itself to the erection
of a modern hospital in every respect
and there is ample opportunity for
future development in hospital equipment
These considerations had their
weight with the committee in the
selection of the site," he added.
The Baptist State convention at
Bennettsville committed itself most
heartily to the hospital idea, and it
is said that a great and worthy in
stitution will be built.
Members of Committee.
The executive committee which
selected the site consisted of: The
Rev. C. E. Burts, the Rev. W. D.
Wakefield, Will Evans and A. J. Bethea,
Columbia; the Rev. L. J. Bristow
,of Abbeville; John M. Kinard,
of Newberry and R. J. Alderman, of
Alcolu. These with the Rev. Z. T.
Cody, of Greenville; Robert Lide, of
Orangeburg; H. L. Erckmann, of
unanesion; me nev. a. oout?, wi
Bennettsville; the Rev. W. C. Allen,' of
Latta; H. A. Graham, of Greenwood;
itlse Rev. S. P. Hair, of Fort Mill; C.
H. Roper, of Laurens; E. P. Vandiver,
I of Anderson; E. E. Ridgell, of Blue
i Ridge, and the Rev. J. H. Dill, of Gaff-'
; ney, comprise the board of trustees.
Citizens of Columbia subscribed
$30,000 on condition that the hospital
be located here.
FOR BLAIK LEE AGAINST GLASS
i Senate Committee Passes on Protested
('use.?Can Call Elections.
! Washington, Jan. 17.?In deciding
; today that Blair Lee (Democrat), of
Maryland, should be seated as United
States senator to succeed Senator
Jackson (Republican) and that Frank
P. Glass, of Alabama, is not to be seated
to succeed the late Senator Johnston,
the senate committee on elections
determined that the 17th amendment
now is in full effect; that no
supplemental legislation by State legislatures
is necessary and that the
governor of a State has authority to
call a special election where machinery
for such an election existe.
The senate will i .tss upon the com!
mittee's report Monday.
In the Maryland case one RepubI
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Senator Bradley (Republican), of
Kentucky, favored seating Mr. Glass.
Democratic leaders expect opposition
from the Republican side before a
vote is reached on the Maryland case.
No minority report in the Alabama
case is expected.
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Similar Cases Occur Daily in This
-Not only here in Newberry, but in
our neighboring towns, the same good
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Mrs. J. M. Wheeler, Prosperity, S.
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