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CAR PLUNGES INTO
Nine Dead; Many Missing; More
Than Score of Injured in
Hospitals. ______________________________________ ___________________
ACCIDENT DUE TO WASHOUT
Screaming Men and Women Fight
to Escape as Car Falls
Niagara Falls, July 1.-A belt line
car on the Great Gorge route left
the rails, plunged down a twenty-foot
embankment and turned over in ten
feet of water on the edge of the
whirlpool rapids at Niagara Falls at
3:30 o'clock this afternoon. Nine per
sons are known to be (lead, two per
sons on the car have not been seen
since the accident and probably are
dead, and an indefinite number esti
mated at from two to ten are reported
missing and more than a score are in
l.ospitali, suffering from injuries re
ceived in the accident.
Due to Washout.
A washout, lue to recent heavy
rains, was the cause of the disaster,
which occurred just below the Canti
lever bridge, and sixty feet below the
point where the smooth water of the
upper reaches of the Niagara river
break into the turbulent waters of
the whirlpool rapids.
The car had all but completed the
circuit of the gorge, having crossed
from the Canadian side of the river on
the trolley bridge at Lewiston.
There were more than fifty passen- !
gers on board, according to general
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The car was one of the open type,
he seats extending from side to side
vith steps on both sides the full
ength of the car.
Twenty Miles an Hour.
The car was running at a speed of
bout twenty miles an hour when it
struck the weak spot in the roadbed.
ess than half a minute elapsed from
he time the motorman felt the first
arring sway until the car was bot
om side up on the edge of the rushing
As it slipped down the twenty-foot
ncline from the tracks to the edge of
he river screaming men and women
ought to escape and some of: them
vere able to get free, but were unable
o obtain a footing on the steep bank.
[here was a mad scramble in the shal
ow water. From the river side the
>odies of at least two of the passen
;ers were seen to be caught in the
swifter wa' er and were carried down
o the whirlpool.
Guarms to the Rescue.
Memnbers of the National Guard
-egiment who were on guard at the
,antilever bridge, saw the accident
mnd were the first to the rescue.
The supports of the roof on the for
vard part of the car had been crush-'
d by the impact on the rocks in the
iver bottom, throwing the seats to
;ether. This pinioned many of the
>assengers below the surface of the
vater and it was in this section of
he car that most of the fatalities
Caring for Injured.
The soldiers in the rescue party
vere in the water at the side of the
wrecked car for more than two hours
Ref eA1% in6 "
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with the water up to their waists.
The injured were hoisted up the
twenty-foot embankment with ropes.
Private Joseph Crowley saved the
lives of two girls by holding their
heads above the water, while others
worked to free their bodies from the
Crowley who was on duty at the
bridge, saw the car go over the bank.
"There' was a scream that raised my
hair on end," he said. "The bank kept
going down and in a moment the
trolley car disappeared. I heard wo
men cry and as I ran forward I saw
the car bottom side up in the water.
"It was awful to see that struggle
in the water. I saw coats and hats
goat away in the swift current, but
I am not sure that I saw 'any bodies."
Week-End Letters: Soldiers, Sailors
Special arrangements have been
made under which week-end letter
telegrams of a social character may
be sent to soldiers, sailors and nurses
of the American forces, who may be
sent to England or France. Such tele
grams will be charged for on a word
basis without the minimum charges
applicable in the case of ordinary
The messages will bear the indi
cation E F M which must be counted
and charged for, and should be ad
dressed to "Annexforce London." In
addition the address should contain
the addresse's name and the name of
the Regiment or Ship or number of
the Unit in which the addressee is
The messages are at sender's risk
and subject to censorship and delay.
Similar arrangements have been made
for messages from members of the
Expeditionary Forces in England and
France. The messages to and from
France will be handled by post be
tween London and France. The rates
that will apply are as follows: Seven
cents per word from places where the
full rate to London is thirtty-one
cents per word. Eight cents per word
from places where the full rate to
London is thirty-four cents per word.
Nine cents per word from places
where the full rate to London is
thh ty-seven cents 1,r word.
RiEA.iZE A.\ElICA'S ['OltCE
German ('ritics Appreciate Power of
Zurich, July 1.-Referring to the
arrival of A mr'ican troops on
French soil, the military critic of the
Frankfurter Zeitung says that Ger
many must not overlook the fact that
American help is really very great,
though it will come on-ly by degrees.
Under these conditions he says, if
France is obliged to restrict her mili
tary activities it will signify no
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etrengthening of the German situa- vi
The critic thinks that Entente plans
for a greater offensive will be delayed r
and perhaps will not be carried out f
until the spring of 1918. Hence, he t
writes, there is greater opportunity r
for the Central Powers to take the t
1 he critic of the Hamburger Nach
riel ten questions whether the En
ten'se will delay an offensive until the
An cricans arrive in France.
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I ItANCE SHORT ON TOBACCO
Caused by Decreased Production and
Paris, June 30.-(Correspondence of t
the .Associated Press.)-There is ac
shortage of tobacco in France. It a
originated in decreased production and
is being aggravated by increased con
sumption. The French crop of 1916
The first swall<
the worst kind
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ras 15,000 tons, as compared with
5,000 tons in 1915.
Certain popular brands of ciga
ettes have been unobtainable in Paris
or ten days. To smokers complaints,
he State tobacco mon' poly officials
eply that restriction in the use o1
obacco is necessary.
France smokes about 6,000 tons of
bocco a month on the average, of
vhich nearly 5,000 tons must now he
rmported under conditions that do not
ermit any assured regularity in re
The increase in sales of cigarettes
luring the firstf our months of this
rear was 200,000,000 over 1916. This ]
seems large until 'it is recalled that ]
his quantity represents only forty
igarettes for each soldier, British
nd French, mobilized in France, to
ay nothing of the civilians.
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DELAWARE LEADS STATES
Washington, July 1.-Latest tabu
ations by the American Red Cross
mnnounced tonight, show that Dela
vare led all.other States in per capita
ontributions to the Red Cross fund
with rate of $5. Figures for other
South Carolina, 25 cents; Missis
ippi, 47; Maryland, 41; Louisiana,
0; Iowa, 40; Tennessee, 39; Vermont,
9; Arizona, 3$; Wee" Virginia, 36;
irginia, 34; Oklahoma, 27; Florida,
5; Texas, 25; Nevada, 21; Kentucky,,.
.6; Arkansas, 15; Alabama, 15;
forth Carolina, 12; Georgia, 12;
forth Dakota, 11; New Mexico, 10;
South Dakota, 9, and Hawaii, 3. 1 t
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iton, S. C.