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VOL. XL MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1920 NO.
FROM BANDIT, CLAIM
Pedro Zamora's Followers Reduced
From 500 to 20, Says
Gen. Estrada '
Mexico City, Sept. 7.-W. A. Gardi
ner, a citizen of the United States,
who was captured by Pedro Zamora,
the Jalisco bandit on August 20, at
Cualo, has escaped, according to offi
Gen. Enrique Estrada, commanding
government troops pursuing Zamora,
reported last evening to the War De
partment that he had been advised by
Major Hedia Del Puerto, commander
at Autlan, that an American Mac
Swiney, had arrived at Autlan and
asked for an escort to bring Gardiner
fro ma ranch some distance from
It was stated that Gardiner took
refuge at this ranch following his
escape from the bandits during the
fight at Rancho Divisidero more than
a week ago. An escort was sent out
for Gardiner. Gen. Estrada added that
British Consul Holme, at Guadalajara,
had received a similar report. -Noth
ing is known as to the wheerabouts
of Bertie C. Johnson, a British sub
ject, who Was a fellow captive of
Gen. Estrada reported that Zamora,
on September 5, attempted to reach
the western coast through two moun
tain passes. Agua Blanca and Yerba
Duina, but encountered detachncnts
of government troops and fled in dis
order. lie lost several men and was
accompanied in his flignt by only a
handful of followers. Tt is asserted
that during the last fifteen (lays the
Zamora band has been reduced from
,bout 500 to 20 and there were bright
prospects for the annihilation of the
Gen. Estrada concluded his report
with an announcement that Co. Rojas,
with thirty-five members of Zamora's
band, have surrendered at Cihuatalan,
State of Jalisco.
FORMER GREEK KING
MAY BE EXPELLED
Geneva, Sept. 7.-Official request for
the expulsion of former King Constan
tine, from Switzerland, has not as
yet been received from Athens by the
Swiss Government according to infor
mation received from Berne. Reports
that such a request hna been for
warded to Berne were received here
late last week.
Constantine, who is staying at Lu
cerne, denounces the attempt by the
present Greek Government to have
him expelled from Switzerland in a
telegram to the Associated Press.
BEFORE' MEDICAL AID
Cork, Sept. 7.-This is the twenty
eighth (lay since the eleven hunger
strikers in Cork jail first refused food.
Sean Hlennessy, nineteen years of age,
and TIhomas Donovan, of Emly Limer
ick, are saidl to be suffering severe
ly. Hennessy has blood poisoning of
the leg. Since T1hursday last when the
prisoners refused to permit the jail
d1octor to visit them, they have had
no medical atention, being cared for
by Nuns (lay and night.
Notice of intention to issue bonds in
the sum of $18,000.00 for the constrie
tion of Drainage Improvements in
Clarendon County D~raxnage District
Notice in hereby given by the Board
of Drainage Commissioners of Claren
don County Drainage Diatrict No. 3
in Clarendon and Williamsburg Coun
ties, South Carolina, that they propose
to issue bondls in the sum of $18,000,
00 for the construction of drainage
improvements in saidl Clarendon Coun
ty Drainage District No. 3. Said bonds
will be payable $1,500.00 on May 1 in
eacna of the years 1926, 1927, 1928 and
1929, $2,000.00 on May 1 in each of
the years 1930 and 1931, and $2,500.00
on May 1 in each of the years 1932,
1934 and 1935, and bear interest at the
rate of six per centum per annum
payable semi-annually. Any land
owvner having lands assessed in the
dlistrict and not wanting to pay inter
est on said bonds may, within thirty
(lays after the first publication cof this
notice, pay to the Connty Treasurer
of the County in which hi:; lands are
situatedl, the ful amount of his assess
ment, and have his land released there
Dated September 7, 1920.
E. B. RHIODES,
T. W. BOYLE,
Board of Drainage Commissioners.
WHAT OUR COUNTY
FARM[RS AR[ DOING
Mr. H. K. Beatson has a fine way to
get seed veivet beans. ie plants
beans all along his wire fences, the
beans grow all over the fence and do I
not lay on the ground, consequently
when the beans are ripe and ready to
pick it is an easy job to pick them,
just as easy as picking bunch beans.
This method avoids having to pick
your. seed beans in the field where
there is a heavy growth of bean vines
and corn. This is just another way a
good wire fence is very useful.
Mr. J. V. Carrigan of Sumnierton
says paint is cheaper than new farm
machinery. Every year Mr. Carrigan
has all his farm machinery painted.
Most people know that .nore farm ma
chinery is rusted out than worn out
and by painting your machinery every
year you give the rust no chance to
do its deadly work. Mr. Farmer what
would you say if some evening you
come home in a rain storm and find
that your wife had parked her sewing
machine under a tree in the front
yard ? You would think it was going
most too far, wouldn't you? Sure,
and what is the difference between a
sqving machine and a plow, or mower
or binder or disc harrow? None of.
them were made to use in the rain.
So why not keep your machine in a
shed and save money by doing it. Mr.
Carrigan has just finished building an
addition to his machinery shed and
now he has enough room to store all
his farm machinery.
Don't forget about the State 'air to
be held at Columbia from October
25th to 29th. It is time right now to
put some of the best specimans of
your crops in a place where rats and
mice cannot get at them and then send
them to the fair. I have a number of
copies of Premium Lists at my office
for distribution to all who will make
entries at the fair. Clarendon should
have a better display of her farm pro
ducts at Columbia than she had last
year. Let the whole state know what
is doing here in Clarendon.
I have a price of 65 cents quoted to
nip an .Carnet Grass seed. This is
about as lov a price as this seed can
be bought as the supply is somewhat
limited and the demand for this rela
tively new grass is growing every
year. Therd is a great deal of land in
Clarendon that should be planted in
Carpet grass and now is the time to
start. All persons wanting Carpet
grass seed at this price send your or
der to me within the next ten (lays.
Have you thought about or planned
to grow any cover crops this winter?
You should grow cover crops for your
lands sake as well as for your live
stock. A cover crop will also prevent
soil washing and when plowed under
will add a great amount of humus to
I the soil. A leguminous cover crop
will also add nitrogen to the soil. As
Nitrate of Soda is higher this year
than it was last year planting a
legum inous Winter cover crop such as
flairy vetch, Crimson clover, Burr
clover, etc.. will save you(I money ol
your soda bill.
I attended a meeting al Florence on
Tuesday at which was organized a
truckers association. Farmers from
all the Pee Dee section of the state
were invited and] there were about
'eventy-five present. This associa
tion has for its object the marketing
of truck crops grown in the Pee Dee
section. Of course it will take a few
years to get the proper connections
and to get the association functioning
in a manner similar to the large co
operative marketing association of to
(lay, but it can be done. What is need
ed nowv is for' every trucker or Irish
potato or~ swecd potato growecr to get
in behind this organization andt push5~.
Every county is to have its own com
mittee. This committee wvill then
notify the central oflice which will be
at Florence whenever there are any
crops readly for shipment. The cen..
tral ofilce will then get a buyer or find
a market for that prodluce. A small
association marketed their Irish pota
toes in Florence County this year ini
that manner and had very good re
sults. Lets get together in Clarendon
andl become a branch of this organiza
A. M. Musser,
TIhe usual fall examination for
securing teacher's certificates wvill be
held F"riday, October 1st., 1920, be
ginning at nine o'clock.
Under the new law the State Board
of Examiners has taken over all the
business of examining and grad ing
the papers and issuing certificates.
The County Boards will simply con
(duct the examination and forwvard the
papers to Columbia. flve ry teacher
or pros'pective teacher should take
steps to qualify for a state certificate.
In case you have allowed your certi
ficate to expire you should take the
examination. All credlentials must be
sent with your application to Colum
bia. All teachers must be quali fed by
the State Board of Examiners, andt if
you have not taken the necessary
ste'ps to quadlify do so at once by send
ing in your application together with
certificate. In case you have no) cre
dlentials to entitle you to a certificate,
do not fail to take this examination.
See the County Superintendent for
fuller information. 35-4t.
E. ,J. Browne,
on. Sunt. Eduwntion.
PAXVILLE NEWS IrEMS
Miss Corinne Spruill of Charleston
who has been visiting at the hone of
Mr. J. N. Brown, Jr., returned home
Miss Ruby Quiet of Pageland has
accepted a position it: bookkeeper with
the firm, Eadon and Wilson.
Rev. D. R. Hill and family are
spending a three weeks vacation at
Misses Ethel Corbett, and Iva Gedd
ings left Saturday for Spencer, N. C.
where they will teach this session.
Miss Luvaine Baker, of Elliott came
Saturday to accept 4 position with
Mr. T. R. Owen ginnery.
Little Miss Lettie Broadway cele
brated her fifth birthday on Saturday
afternoon in the presence of a number
of her little friends, at her home near
town. Several games were played,
and refreshments consisting of cream
and cake were enjoyed.
Mr. G. H1. Curtis gave a barbecue
dinn'er at his mill residence on last
Monday, in honor of hrs mother, Mrs.
S. E. Curtis' birthday. Only the im
mediate relatives were guests, and
the occasion was a most delightful
Rev. P. B. Ingraham has returned
from his vacation, and filled the pulpit
of the Methodist church on last Sun
Dr. Thos. W. Gunter is spending a
few days of this week in Berkeley
Miss Una Broadway after a pleas
ant vacation spent with her folks near
town has returned to Sumter where
she has a position in the sewing room
of the Sumter Dry Goods Co.
An all Day Group Meeting compos
ed of the Paxville, Pinewood, Andrews
Chapel, Summerton and Manning
'lethodist Missionary societies under
the direction of Miss Jessie Curtis the
District Secretary was leld at An
drew's Chapel on Friday, August 27.
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather, the crowd did not gather till
midday, so the program could not be
followed as outlined. A deliciouis din
ner with iced drinks and cream was
served by the ladies of the home
Miss Curtis introduced M rs. G. E.
Edwards, Superintendent of Young
People's Work, and then proceeded
with the program. A very interesting
playlet "Every Church" was present
ed by the Young People of Manning
under the supervision of Miss Mamie
The debate, Resolved, That Young
People have as much responsibility as
adults in establishing Christian ideals
in America, was nicely handled by
Miss Ethel Corbett, Mrs. C. N. Sprott
andI Miss Edith Griffin, against Misses
Caro DesChamps, Daisy Corbett, and
Lucile Geddings. The judges decided
that the affirmative presented the
The solo's--"Seal Us; 0 Hloly Spirit
and A Hiding Place; were beautifully
and touchingly rendered by Mirs. Ed
wards and Mrs. C. N. Sprott re
spectively. Mirs. Edward's discussion
of social service, Mission.Study and
other sumbjects relating to Mission
Works was the climax of the program.
Mr's. Edwards gave us much that was
of mlluch benefit to us ill maniy ways.
All came away thinking that she
had spent a very profitable (lay.
laxville, W. C. T. U.
The monthly meeting of the Wo
man's Christian Temperance Union
will be held in the school building next
Tuesday afternoon 4:30 o'clock. The
program is as follows:
Song--Give to the Wind Thy Feais.
Business, Election of Officers, dIele
gate, aninual rep~orts.
Speciaxl pr'ayer foi' the coning con
vention at Johnston.
The tr'easur'er' espec'ially urges thait
ever'y members get in dlues at this
meeting, as the state tr'easurer's
books wvill close on the lI th.
Mi's. 1". S. Gedd ings,
P'AIfTY NEEDIS FUINDS
September 7, 192(1.
Editor of TVhe Manning T1imes,
Manoning, S. C.
I wvouldI be ver'y glad to have you
('all to the attention of the citizens of
Chatrendonx County thlat as yet only
$92.00 has been foi'warded to the Fin
ancemili Drector' of thle D olIari Demlo
cracy Campaign. Most of this was
givenl by citizens of Sumxmerton and~
thle rest of the citizens of thme County
do not seem to realize that this is a
-Please also publish(1 thec following
state fr'om Mr'. James W. Gerard, fori
mer' Amilba~ssador to Geromany andim re
c'ently app)ointedl Chairmnan of the Fini
anee Conmmittee of the D~emo'cratic
'"The prxty is actuamlly without fimds
to condcuct this campaiign. It is wvith.
out pluiges wVhich'I wouildC eable it t
boiriow lmney. Nevex' in its h istoryv
has, its fixnancial condition heena soi bmad
in the middle of a preside utndl :x,
paign. Please do( everythlinlg thlat you
canl to avert ne(ttnd ~ disaster'. On: h<
halfI of a caxndid ate wvho has been fight -
ing a r'emar ikablle balttle', considein I
that he" hams been wvithou11t arms 01orP an
munition, I appeal to you I or ine
mediate and substantial aid.''
Tile call up on the c'itiz'/ens of (hxr
endon03 County is unm1ilstakaible'. Sout h
Carolina nmust get busy and1( win.
C oria l ly yours,
.J. W. Wideman.
To the Voters of Clarendon County:
I have been hearing of reports being
circulated on me for sonic time, and
have not been paying any attention to
this slander, but as they are being
multiplied, patience ceases to be a
virtue. I do not believe that the peo
ple will pay any attention to this
slander on me, as I believe they will
knowv that it is campaign lies and is
being circulated by people who are
now getting desperate, however, in
justice to me and for fair play, I want
to ask you who are my friends, when
you hear any one telling these sland
ers on me, ask two witnesses to hear
him repeat the slander and give me
the name of the party and the witness
es, and please remember that where a
party who repeats a slander for the
purpose of injuring another only are
just as guilty as the party who first
I want to ask you not to believe any
reports you hear about me for all the
slander that I have been hearing told
on me is nothing more than rotten
campaign lies, and being told to in
I ask you all to go to the election on
next Tuesday September 14, and cast
your vote for your choice for Sheriff.
I led the ticket by a large vote in
the first Primary and I believe I will
be elected your Sheriff on next Tues
(lay by a large vote.
I want you to urge all the votes to
go and cast their vote and make my
majority as large as possible, every
voter Can lay aside his work on next
Tuesday long enough to go and vot.e
and for the sake of good citizenship
I hope to round up the slanderers
and if you will just give me the names
of the parties and the witnesses I will
Again. thanking you for the hand
some vote you gave me in the first
Primary and thanking you all in ad
vance for the votes you will roll up
for me next Tuesday.
I am, yours very truly,
J. Edward Gamble.
GONE' TO HIS REWARD
Pinckney Smith, died in Columbia
late Sunday afternoon.
To the people of Manning and to the
children especially his passing bring
the deepest Sorrow. H is wonderful
character and his devotion to those in
the home will mal:e him solely missed
by those nearest and dearest to him.
Pinckney Smith was born January
31, 1888 at his motlher's home in St.
George. His father Rev. C. B. Smith
is a Methodist minister of the South
Carolina Conforence and his mother,
before ler- marriage, wvas Miss Mary
Moorer, of St. George. When Pinck
ney was six months Old he suffered
with infantile paralysis which hend
cred him a cripple for life. Later oi,
even though an invalid, lie was able to
get about by means of a specially
constructed tricycle. lie was unable
to go to school of an11y consequence but
attained a very liberal education
through extensive reading. lie de
veloped a wonderful character and re
0sponded to every appeal of righteous-,
ness in a marvelous way. Iiis pat
riotism was very marked( and out of
the mioiey he was able to make invest
ed it in the purchase of Liberty Bonds.
To the church Ie was equally devoted
and was liberal to nmake a conti ibu
tion to his utmost limit. 1His love for
1humanity was very marked. lie was
(evoted to children and in turn they
responded to him. HIis won:lrful dt
votion to Iiis father--who has beei
father and motlier to him both-was
01ly (e of his lovely eliaracteristics.
Ile was ever loyal and devoted.
The funeral services were held at.
the cemietar3y M onda y a3fterhnoon at 5,
Io'clock, llev. IL. Ii. 31~d pa (i'I 3stor oif
the Pr'esbyter in'11 chrchi and1( lev. I.
.'.EasIy of thle Hapltist. liic'rc con3
ducltting the ser'vices. .a lovely tr3ibuote
was5 thle singing of the ch ild(ren oif thel
commun133ity as5 they each'l placed a
flowver upon33 P'incknecy's gralve.
lie is survived( b~y his fa3ther, llev.
C. B. Smith, two sisters. Aliss Isabhel
Snmith and31( Mr3s. Je ~ssio S pr3ott and3( one
briother3, William-i Smiith oif Washing
ton, D). C.
F"ALL 3IILLINElRY OP'ENING
Thle annual323 Fall showvintg of m13illin1
erv and13 ready to3 wear3 was hield at
Aldei'mian's 1last F~rida~y and( Satur3da1y.
The su its are splend11idly de' I(signed,(
some11 a3re r'eprioduc1t ions1 of im13por3ted(
numbersl3'3", al11 attrac(t ive an id d ist inc(tive
ly new m' 33 mo1 1if and1 '3333 coce tion3.
Never before have deIs igners3' usedl
so)031 muc h boider'y as5 is be ing shown
th is season. Lovely dr 3esses ha~ve dle
cora2tionis (of go3ldi2( and siver'('1 embrid(i
o'ries. 'Te niewest hats were shown, a3
numbilier bin3g exclusive pa2t'ern3 hat s
from well knowvn AmIlerican and11( Fri(neh
hat shops1). Duvetyyne in3 31123 shades3(3
and1 a1 miyr3iad( oif d ifferen33t shape were(~
(o 131 s(en. Brown inl a var3ietyv of
shadel(s, wvhiich is the newest.2 an~Ilbest
f:ll Icolor3, was23 seen? ini pro(fusion3. A
''' ': lalrge shap oi'(f Na2sturt31ium0
br a Duivetyne with liestich trim30
hin was"('23 amony31 the33 3man y lovely
A sum3231 navy bIliue ve-( VI usipe withI
2a 2p1(a red wing was att323i t ini
3 h--'' oIf apnole green('3 IDuvetyn V1'with
fa3l Itriiiimmings was shiowni.
An unusual323 hat. was3: of1 hick velvet
I i 'b white kid (2a11a lillies; around31 the
A 213u3(1 a3(31mireLd hat31 was of tant
Duv~etyn miedliumk shape't, with ftur. It.
is inlter est intg to no0te 10hat the pirice'
0f miill inery and1( readyl to wear33 is
oehl lco nnwv thnni lnst anann
ADDIJIONAL LOCAL NEWS
School opens tomorrow.
Mrs. J. W. Wideman is visiting her
sister Mrs. Henry Slater in Orange
Miss Ce'este Ervin left Saturday
for Atlanta where she will teach in the
city schools the coming term.
Miss Keller of Cameronias return
edl home after visiting at the home of
Rev. C. B. Smith.
Miss Rita Iluggins has returned
home after spending her vacation at
Little Nell Ilamner has returned
from the hospital in Sumter, where
she underwent, a slight operation.
Miss Mtary Rhame of Rhems has re
turned home after a visit to Judge and
Mrs. John S. Wilson.
Mrs. AI. E. Shrock of Camden and
Mrs. E. A. Brunson of Florence are
visiting Mrs. .J. K. Johnson.
Mrs. Emily C. Arant of Orar.;eburg
is visiting at the home of her son, Dr.
.J. E. Arant.
I rs. William F4. O'Cain of Orange
burg spent tht veek-end at the home
of her brother, Dr. .J. E. Arant.
liss Emily Geiger has returned
hoie after a delightful visit to her
friend Miss Reba Span nin Sumter.
Willie Geiger aid h'lhos. Bag nal are
spending several days in Columbia
taking in the sights of the Capital
Aliss Helen Gohktein has returned
to her home in Wilmington, N. C.
after a pleasant visit to her sisters,
Mrs. A.-Abrams and Mrs. S. Katzoff.
Mlr. aI MIrs. R. B. Geiger of St.
Alatthews returned home Moiday
atfter a short visit to their brothers,
I)r. C. B. ( er rn ! 0'. .1. F. Geiger.
Miss (hira llayneswortth and NIiss
.Jessie Taylor of Florenc ;- the at
rei house guests of :,iayor aind
Mrs. W. C. Davis.
: . Is <'. Erwin of (ui who has
been visiting his brot hers F. P. Ervin
ar' !'. S. Ervin h': !ee to Florida
tc !.H(th winitor.
A)zlthur Windlham driving a tranlsfer
ea rar, itto thI ag driven by .ohn
(Tbit colo ,- < Railroaid ave., list
ni~ght n-i snasised it toLu, c s
Mrs. 1). M. Bradhamll, Mr. Laurence
Bradham and MIiss .Julia Bradham left
last night. for New York where they
wxill spend the winter.
Mrs. 11. H. Ennis and NIMarjorie and
Ilelen Enn is will leave Friday fot
Milledgeville, Ga. The children will
att(nd school at the Georgia Normal
and Industrial College this fall.
Supervisor J. E. Kelly has tendered
his resignation to the Governor, and
asked that it go into effect. oi Septem
her 15tl. In hiiis letter to the Gover
nori he requests that Mr. lcFaddin he
comm issionled by that date.
Miss Bessib Alsbrook, dightetr o
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Alsbrook, of Man
ning, vis notified yesterday that, she
had won the ott year7scholarslip at
Winthrop for the coming term.
TPinewoodl voted oulttof ('harendor
y.-.sterdtay by vt of (%7 to 4-2. Thu
ibnne(xintg hterself tot Siter countity. Ot
t.-ided' to mankte this thanage. h owevet.
hyv the o''7'rwhtehnin vt east. fot
th'' miove it. cant heb ten that a large
iamjbrity wishedt it.
littl McNIiss Vi rgiina Broaidwaty te
onily dlaughLtr otf lr. anrd NIrs. R. H
HBrobadway 'ten t tit groupi o f het
io ntate' friends yesterdayit at. at spend-t
the'-daty party gin in.t 10celebrt'~ ion 0)
her sixth hi rthday. UTe tdiin g room00
was attIrati vt with t'tt fltwers atnd
thei tablde hand for its (''intteriece~t a
snowv hirthdayv 'ake httanring six pink
ta pers lurin bom rig~htlIy. The pico
catrds atndl the da inities; servedbo furthIet
IH brt iite Pbllowdent,t , lore'nce Danvis
Mariy XWarid. NIartla; Wardit, Rosatlit
0Oiv in asisstetd NMrs. Biroadwiay it (bit
Iltetiing the ci hlren.
tian's Missionar''b""Sotcity will bto held
at the NIMe~todist chu rch Montday, Sepjt.
TUhe fotllotw ig is Ite pro'tgram:i
"t be t Soe it S''rv t. X. W bomen af
Bilei L~esson int ('hrit re th
W is' int ri ty s. C -. 1.pr ott l
H io'1trf of1 Sobia it rtvicl Committe01
(Collect ion of dus.
VOTERS IN GEORGIA
TO SETLE DISIPTE
Hard Fought Political Campaign
Comes to End.
IAMEICAN LEGION ACTIVE
I'akes Firm Stand Against Watson for
Senate and Hardwick for
Atlanta, Sep. 7.-One of the hardest
fought Political campaigns in Geor
gia's history came to a close tonight
with four men seeking the Democratic
nomination to the United States Sen
ate in tomorrow's primary election,
four seeking tte gubernatorial nomi
nation and Scores of others contesting
for other State offices as wel las eight
United States Senator Hoke Smith,
a candidate for reelection, is opposed
by Governor Hugh 11. Dorsey, Thomas
E. Watson, ptiblisher and author, and
John It. Cooper, Macon attorney.
Candidates for Governor are W. R.
Brown, Atianta attorney; former
United States Senator Thomas W.
I lardwick; Clifford Walker, former
State Attorney General, and John N.
I loedr, former Speaker of the Georgia
The races for nominations to Con
gr-ss, for the Legislature and votes
for other Stat' offices in which Demo
cratic nomination is regarded as
equivalent to election, have been
warmly fought but chief interest has
centered in the Senatorial and Guber
interest in the campaign has been
heig'htened by the stand taken against
Wa!son and Hardwick by various
American Legion posts which have at..
acked their war records.
Women wil not take part in the pri.
imary gnder a ruling of the surbon
It tee of the tat I emocratie -ecu-.
IllSIDl)NT WA1-8 I AA. -
Washington, Sept 7.-- Iw.ide Wil
son, withoot assistance and leaning
lightly on his cane, walked briskly
throutg hthe front entrance of the
White llouse today and stepped into
his automobile while a crowd in Penn
sylvania avenue looked on with inter
est. It was the first time since his
illnes sthat the President started on a
motor trip by that route, h1is previouF
trips being front the rear grounds.
Pisa Italy, Sept. 7.--The earthquake
shock here was preceled by (eep rum
blings and followel by vertical and
horizontal earth tremors, Which iansteI
for thirteen seconds.
Th Ppouliatiotn, t.etrror- str ick en, tied
fr :n teir htomtes, t he wvomten and
Ildrten shtout ing antd weepItig. The
squares(' of the city wtre soon1 1111ed,
hut a nmajoritIy of thte neole fled to
TIhe haniids of the tcc int thte tower
stoptped att 7 :55 o't'ltck this mtor'nintg
t'llIs ini thIt vartiouts st eeples werec set
rintging by thte d isturbantce. Petr.
sotts whio ihppented to be itt Caithedl
Squtare int lisa say sawv the famoust
1,eatting Tlower oscillate, Chur'ches
sutffeted fromt t shoctk.
itnjured by fllintg Pmasonrty; therIs
were hurt bty jiuttpittg ftwm0 wittdows.
At l'onttedera at htoy 10 t ars oMd det
IThe ntews received htere frotm ini.
zanto itndienttes a gtrave' situtation thtere.
It hans bt.en imptlossile Its yet t oh
tint tdetauils of thte damttage or rntm.
ber of victimps dtue to intterrupI~tt.trms
tof t elegrap ant itItelephiotte servWi 5.
TlilAlhS TIO( HE (CONTlINE E'
WX'ill imtsoni, W. Va. Sept. 7 --in
mtotiont of the St ate andI over ohto totn
of counsel fort thte def'1'ndanft . ;'t
tuit ('ourt, ordtred thle Irails, of , t.
sonls itt Alatewan~, last Aly C-: nel
I lund~s in the sumit ec' Iugne .tcl
were' givent by lifteet of lth ,-tl
nuts. Tht other dei'fent latt