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.'HO THOU, GRISAT LIBERTY, INSPlRlti OUR SOULS AND MAKIO OUR LIVICS IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OH OUH DICATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSH."
BIG LOSS OF LIFE
In Several States Caused by a
THREE HUNDRED DEAD
Over On<< Thousand More or Less
4 Injured, and Many Thousands Are
Homeless.-SI orin (.'evered Much
Territory, Nearly Fifty Towns Me
in? Wrecked, Some of Which Aro
Almost W iped Out.
Three hundred and fifty, killed, ti
hundred or more persons fatally in
jured and many limes this nu ni her
painfully hun, together with u mop
orty loss running up Into the millions,
is the record so far of a series of
tornadoes thal originated in the Wesl
Thursday, sweeping across Texas, Ok
lahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missis
sippi, Tennessee. Alabama and Geor
gia Friday and Friday night.
H loft a path of death, desolation
I. ti nd want In its wake, seriously inter
rupted communication between cities
In (he South and brought about chao
tic conditions in many smaller towns.
Mississippi bore the brunt of tim
storm. Reports Hom that State in
dica tx; thal the loss of life will he by
far the greatest of any section
through which the storm passed.
Fsti mates of those who loss their
lives as a result of tornadoes In Mis
sippi place the death list at near three
hundred and fifty, with u thousand
or more injured. In Texas. Louis
iana, Alabama and Georgia Hie death
lists are also large, with loss of life
in Arkansas and tennessee.
Authentic information is in many
instances lacking ow lng to crippled
facilities, for communication and tho
lack of time to form anything like an
accurate estimate of the damage.
Tlie storm, which fi rsl appeared, ill
GeQrgbg at Columbus, on tho Ala
ba.mu Hue. ao'oins to have moved in a'
northeasterly direction, striking the
towns of Chlphy. Harris. LaHrange.
G ri ill ll, ?McDonald. Locust Drove. C .
dartown and Cave Springs, while a
portion of hs fury was felt in Gie
eastern surblirbs of Atlanta shortly
j. Mos! of the dead are negroes. Per
haps a dozen w Ititi poi sons were
. aught in falling buildings and cit hoi
fatally injured or so sci'OUSly disabled
as to 1*0(1 UlI'C medical attention.
Tho loss id' life wa.1- in the quar
ters of colored persons where Gio
wind destroyed llloir cabins, burying
the occupants in the debris, or in the
farming section ol' the country where
I roes were uprooted, telegraph aim
telephone polls lorn up ami general
destruction became an encore to a
storm which, with almost tornado
fury, swept through the country.
lt is difllcufl to estimate the h.ss
ol' life or the extent of the disaster,
for lhere is little or no communica
tion willi the points where tie- wind
ami rain did its greatest damage.
In Louisiana it is estimated tba' a
score of small towns were destroyed
or partially wrecked These Include
Amito City, Arcadia ami Independ
ence, Bolle Drove. Melton, I.orman.
Pinn Midge. Qiiitinaii, Landing, Tai.
childs Creek, Purvis ami I timberton,
Miss, are reported seriously damaged
, \\ the .storm.
lu Alabama, Dora was the child'
sufferer. This bOWU is also known as
Morgen'. Four or more persons were
killed, among them the wife bud
daughter Of Section Master Mool'-.
Fifty persons at Hie lowest estimate
were injured. 'Tho: . most sm ions1.,
hurl ware carried to hospitals in Mil -
mingham, Ala. Om? womftn, a \i
McCully, died on Hie Hain. 'Two
Other members of this family were
riously injured Ai Morgoh cats
ere blown from Hie railroad tracks
and considerable other properly de
si roved. Iteporls nlsO av that the
morin struck Abet tvllle, Ala., and de
stroyed nearly Hie cut in nol l horn
portion of tho low n. A colton mill
was blown down. Gio storm ranging
northward, doing much destruct iou io
life and property.
An Unconfirmed report from that
section gives Ibo death list as from 30
lo Sri willi other persons injured. A
Special Hain was sent from Ml rm Ing
ham, ?arryliiu physicians ami a sound
of State militiamen to tho district.
Aid is also pouring in noni lill dree
From Meridian. Miss., conies a re
port Hint Mri. John Minniece ami ber
child were killed outfight sud .lob"
Mt uni ceo was scriousl} Injured, while
a n.UtnbCI 'd' olle r persons were huit
and ibero was considerable dCSll'UC
Hon of properly,
? Richland mid L:\tnourlo, La. were
Struck by the slorm and nearly a fifth
of their population Injured.
Winchester. Mi s . a small town, lit
reported wiped oil, I hough only
two persons are Un i\Vh to have been
Natchez, Miss., reports sixty un
known to ho dead in the northern
THE PRESS GANG
HOW TIMK WIU, HE SPENT AT
Many Interesting rapers to Be Head.
People or Cadney Expect to .Make
Visitors Have a Hood Thoo.
President E. li. Aul), of tho Soul h
Carolina Press Association, attended
a mool lng al. (la fin ey lust week of
Du- su bec ip tn i Kee which was appoint
ed to arrange tho details of tho pro
gramme for tho annual morning of
tho Assoclatou at (SuffnOy, .lune ir>
18. .1. IO. Normen!, c. M. t??lloway
ami Willam Hanks wore also ol' this
subcommittee, lon wore unavoidably
President Aull ami .Mr. fOdward
DcCnmp mot ami wont over the pro
gramme as iiartially agreed upon at
a former meeting ot tho committee,
and President Aull was requested to
jmi the programme in shape ami ar
runge for iis publication, As a result
of the conference the following pro
gramme is announced for Hie annual
Tuesday Morning, .lune I ti, IO
Association culled to order in aud
itorium of Limestone Hollege hy Pres
ident I-:. H. Aull.
Prayer hy 'he chaplain, the Uev.
W. H. .lacobs I). H.
Address ol welcome on heka If vf
the eitj (.: i:yft"ney, by Prof. ii. H.
ti rid; th.
Address ol' welcome on behalf of
Limestone College by Hi. Lee Davis
lt OS" POIISOS lo addresses of Welcome
li.,' President H. ll. Aull and Secre
tary li. li. Freeman.
Subject, "The Business lOnd of .?.
Kowsnnper Office," H. L. Watson*
Q roon wood index.
"To What l?xteill Should Xew.s
pajl?rs (live the Lice Cse ol' Their
Colunia.to Caudtdales." C. Wj Wolle,
.Knight tee Keconi.
"My ICsteemed Contemporary," T,
lt, Waring. Charleston I'ost.
rim Impress of lOnvlroninenl Upon
the Newspaper and its ForiUtitlvo In
fluence," .1 li. NoriUOItL
M iscolln m ons business.
I : HO o'clock. Drive around the
i it .. including v isit to manufactories
and .'ni mines
lOvoning Session. 8:.i0 O'clock.
Address, "The (?real Importance of
Hie Development di our Hura!
Schools," Miss Mdr> T. Name, pres
ident of the UurnI School Improve
ment Association of South Carolina.
Wednesday .Morning, .lune 17, o
Visit lo power plant of the Elec
trical Lower ami Manufacturing
Company on H road Hiver in a special
train. A general picnic will lu- served
al the power plain.
Address. 'The Poslotllco Depart
ment and the Legitimate Publisher,"
Hon. A. L. Lawslio third assistant
Postmaster Ceneral, Washington, l>
Address. Ibm IJ H. lOdlUOllds.
editor ol' lim Manufacturers' Record,
Ihiliimorc, Md. ,
Thursday iilorning, -lune IH. OHIO
" The Technical Const i ncl ion ol' a
Newspaper Sioi.v." .las. A. Hoyt, The
News and Courier ItUl'OUU, Columbia,
"I low lo Prepare ( fop.V," C. II (?ab
loWay, the State. Columbia, s. c.
"Tile (iso ot i he Telephone in Calle
ering Ibo N'eus." A ll. Carpenter,
the Dally Mail. Anderson. S. C.
Afternoon Session, ."> O', bick.
"Historical Symposium," paper ami
addresses by Col. T. H. Crews. Her
ald, Laurens. N. H. Osteen. Watch
man and Southron, Suinter; .Ino. W.
Holmes. People, Barnwell; 11 ugh
Wilson. Hiess and Haulier. Abbeville!
Miles H. Mcsweeney. (lUlirdiuil,
Kb i t ion of ollicers.
Night Session, io O'Clock.
Ibiiupiot. tendered by citizens of
H is earnestly roipiest?d h> the
cdtl'/ous of (?affno.v (bal all members,
willi their families, will roach Half
ney during Monday ami Monday eve
ning. The oflleors of Hie Association,
also, earnest l.v rO(|tiesl thal every
publisher III Soul il Carolina attend
Tim people of Ha liney are ye ry
much in earnest in then efforts to
make Ibis, a most en |oyilhlo lUboHlig,
and when they iindorltlku io do a
thing they do h.
lu addition to the program lOdllor
Loyless. of Hie Augusta Chronicle,
lind 10(111 Ol' Caldwell, ol iib Charlotte
Observer, har,, accepted invitations
l ouisiana .lorin. Hundreds ol plan
talion cabins are reported destroyed
lu that seel iori.
Mobile reported nine dead in Hat
lleshiirg. Hiss., but tbi - bas md been
confirmed. . *
Twenty-Eight Men Are Dead or
Missing as Results.
CRUISER AND LINER
Como Together on the INIO <>f Weight
and Hie Ci'iilsor Hoes (o Hie Hoc
lom With Purl of Hoi Crew.-Tho j
Accident Was I'luivohluhle ls Hie
General Opini?n Among Shipping
A dispatch from London says tho
l?lul n a inl?er of doad and missing ol'
Hie Gladiator's crow as a rosu 11 of
Hie collision hoiWoon I In- American
liner Si. Pu iii and (ho British cruiser
off Hie Isle of Wright is '28, Divers!
Sunday searched the sunken cruiser\
for bodies, bul were liol, successful
in finding any.
Tho opinion among shipping men
and naval officers and otlicials appears
to be unanimous that Hm accident
was unavoidable, being om; of Hie
chances of tim sou which all sou men
All wUnosss ol the disaster agree
practically thal both crows behaved
as wadi as possible.
Coming so soon after Hi?' loss of
the 'torpedo boat destroyer Tiger.
Which was sunk by Ibo cruiser Ker
wick off the Isle of Wright on April
:!, last. .10 mon being drowned, tho
sinking of ibo Gladiator is a severe
blow io Gie Uritlsh navy.
The damaged bow ot the St. Paul
indicates i li a i she forced ber nose al
least 20 it el I brough the cruiser's
side, but. fortunately the greatest
damage she received was above Hie
water line. Tho bow post was buckled)
Willie the plates on both the port and
starboard bows Were crushed in and
gaping cracks extended along tho
Nether cam P.-.-row nor anv ol'!
lils orneors would discuss the acci
dent, preferring lo wail until they
cati submit i hoir reports lo ibo propel'
??icials. ll was learned, however,
Llmi Capt i l'assow is sorely grieved
il the disaster, this being his hist
Had (lie cruiser been painted any
allier color limn slalo she miglll have
been iOOli earlier and the collision
;i voided, bul Great I tri I ni ti bas decid*
cl thal her warships attract less al
tem iou \\ h< li I li us pa lilted.
A SUV IO lt M CVChOXIC.
Hollies el a Mau ami His Wile < al
lied a Mile.
A destruct ive cyclone visited Ne
braska last Thursday. sweeping
through Cumming County. Til ree
people ale known to have* peen kill
ed, a number Injured ami a ll ll ni her
of houses destroyed. Telegraph and
telephone lines are down and reports
are slow in arriving,
The tornado struck the house of
John Mannie.on. near Pender. X? '>..
ami then swooped up imo the air.
taking tho wreckage and both .Mr.
and Mrs Mathieson Holli were kill
i'd. I heir bodies being carried a mile.
George Wacher and family were at
lunch when Gu twister struck their
bouse. Three ot Ibo lo mi ly were
?au ioii.dv injured.
to meei will) their South Carolina
bi ol h I eu
' lt you a re mn a mein ber of i ho
Association," sa vi President Anil,
en.I your name ami initiation fee to
I'reiisurei' Viigiisi Kehn, Columbia, S.
,*.. ami make your arrangements to
like a week off, leaving your homo
m Monday, so a;, io reach fla (They i'>
litio bo Hu opening session 'Tuesday
roi niio;. mid ItllVO youl' business so
irrung?O I lilli Voil can remain away
rom your desk uni il Hie follow ing
M i md ii,\', MI thai you may I alt h thc
rip through Hie beautiful scenery of
IA rsiorii Kort h Ca.-ollna. which nip
s be;-..'; arranged and Hip details of
,\ Iiiiii will be announced in a .-e?>
oa'e i i rular.
' l\ . will live loge III Ot' as one faill
is di. nip t he session tit flafl'noj. in
i?e i hiiostonc College. While thens
,\ e will be the guests ol' the (div.
lid 11 or DoCantp made thal statement
it the Isle of Palhis last summer and
m ?si on carrying it out.
. 11 vim desire 11 ansporlnt ion tot'
,ocr. eli m anv member of your fain
jj w i ile in ample lillie lo Hie presl
ieiil al Newberry. S. C.. or to the
iecrpUir> ai iloniietisvllle, S. C., slat
ing by which ronlo yon de ire lo go,
ind efforts w ill be made lo secure you
nee. 'ii. I ransport at ion.
''Del us repeat our request thal
v i i ai temi I his meet inc and SOO
cornel liing of 111 i - wonderful Pied
in- al section of your ?talo. Ker (wo
vous we have enjoyed 'he sea
br. e/es aili hospitality of Hie pOOph
id Hie City (d' Charleston, and thi
year we want you hil to go with itt
Matte By las. C. Hardin, Represen
tative of Wofford College.
GIVEN FIRST HONOR.
J. W. Mirks, of Purumu Colloq.
Muks Second Hos! Speech, und ls
(ijven Si'cond Honor. Nine Colleges
Weir Represented by .Vim- Talent*
<-d tuting (Jcitilcinctt in (he (?'real
\ dispatch from Greenwood io
i'ho N'?WH ;uul Courier says promptly j
?il eight o'clock Prida.v lilghl tho
doors oi tho [.ander College auditor
ium wore closed ahd tho loath annual
Slain oratorical contest was commenc
ed. ? Atter a SOUR ol' welcome hy tho
Louder College chorus Club and
prayer hy tho Hov. Robert Adams
prcs.detil of tho Presbyte ihm College
of South Carolina, Mr. Hardin, ol
Welford Colige, being fl.*- ilrst speak
er of the evening, spoke, the subject
ol' his oration being "Tho Battle
A giltst Ignorance." Then followed
Ibo other speaker*, the following pro
gramme heilig carried oui :
"The Handicaps ol Hu- South," li.
"The Spiril ol' tho Age," 'I'. (,'.
I ley wa rd.
'"Wie Small* College,"? J. B. Brown.
'?"Christian Citizenship The Hop
of Democracy," B. io. Petreay.
"in Defence of ihn Plug," .1. P
'The American Shibboleth," .1 W.
II lei ii.
''Tho Mounce of Mamtnom," <; \.
"Tho Soul h and Her Heroes." fi,
Ii fj; ..stales.
A Intervale music was rendered hy
the. . . un y of Lander College and tho
#Uv'..-; Chorus Club. Arte-'
the rtneechos a wail ol' a few minuter
was made necessary for tho judges,
\?jib wore the Hon. .1. C. ons. of
Gaffney; thc Be v. J. H. Creen, of
Creen wood, and ibo Kev. .1. Phillips
Vernor, <>i Columhiu, to make Ihoh
deriah a. There few moments wore
momea hi of suspenso, and anxloix
.vas i ainl.x written in largo loiters
on i he contestants' face-.
Bill When tho judges announced
I hat Mr. .1 C. Hardin. Ol' Wofford
had won !'.'-.si place, the weikht was
matin lo lng ! i Pi Indent' from
Wofford, and their presence was
mad. I now by yells and the Haunting
and waving of their college rOhvji.
.vir 1 \\. Hicks, of Puiman. was an
nounced ?'Inncr '?i second place and
los supporters cheered him '*. ih<
The <(>niest was a hattie roya i so
far as (hougt, oratory and elocution
was concerned. hqr gracefully and
weil did the young or. tor- ondea vor
I , hold up the reputation of Ibu col
I.!-.. they represented. 11;. I. ? -< 1 as
the judges expressed it, ii was a hard
natter lo pick tho winner, bill all ino
; gre? .! i hal the right man. Mi M n
dm, won. Mr* Hardin's speer li was
one of the liest ever delivered by ti
college man in (treenwood, an I lie
deserves great credit for the ninsiev
I) (hough) and henutlfiil composition
nf Ideas he Injected Into his speech.
However, all the speeches1 wer?' good,
nn.l laking thom as a whole they
have been excelled and many thought
m vcr equalled, lit any ol thc previous
coi n tr. held here.
.1. C. Hanlin, th? ropioUi nt Ci ..
nf Welford College In Ibo Sine orn
I,,.-. .,| conlesi. is L'l yeai.- old i
I r i ( .'ver. S G . ind . . Itieui
he,' el the Junior das; nf Wotford
( ,,"( (ii Soon aller oh' ' .r ; co) lou?
\l I '?o dill won a rep i' C I ?'i ! .
sCll as a speaker and hecllUSO of his
(Korong literary work, ile has sblV
,.,i ii presiden I "?' hts class during
li' s phniore year. The sann' year
he was elected second ?ensor, corres
ponding secret ai j and monthly bra
lor in the Preston Society. During
the present year Mr. Hardin is serv
il,?* as chief marshal, assistant OX
i lu ?ito editor of t he .lonrnal sinif
.md vtc? presideul <>i tho Y M. C. A.
He .> HS also elected i" reprosont his
Societv on Hie preliminary Kinory
dehnte and Hie junior debato. Mr.
j j I, l-d In is a brother ol' the Kev. IO.
K Hm lilli ? Who won the Slate ron
(esl at Cl roon Wood in 1JI04 tor Wol
M 1.1.KD IN VVKPCK.
Over fifty Aro Dead and About Nine
Porty-twO I-odies have Leen (akon
()UI of Hip Wreck tige caused by the
Collision Which happened on April li?
0f ivso trains al Braybrook .Junction.
(I hon I eight miles from Melbourne.
Australia, II IS hollovod that several
others are still burled under tho do
ini:,. The number of injured is plac
ed at olghly-olght.
TRIED TO KILL THEM
QUEENWOOD .?IAN AND WIFE HAD
Wltile They Wore Asleep in Red tho
Son of tho Man Shot al Thom at
A dispatch from Greenwood lo The
Nows and Courier says Puller Pinson,
known as "Dub," is charged with
making an attonipl lo kill his falber
and step-mother, .slr. and Mrs, ii. i\
Pinson, as I hoy lay asleep early on
Tuesday morning, firing both barrels
of a gun nt them, and when only
about elghl feel away from them*.
Thal Mr. and Mrs. Pinson aro living
to tell how ii happened is ti miracle,
for the load of shot entered ibo hoad
of thc hod, only a few Inches above
their heads, and some of tho shot
were lound imbedded in tho pillows,
on which their hoads rested.
Mr. P.. M. Pinson lives about, a
nillo uni a half soul boast of Saluoa.
and within about four hundred yards
of Siloam Church. Ho is a wolLto-do
fumier, and is n um bored among
Greenwood County's most substantial
citizens, lie being a man ol' about 55
years of ago.
"Pub," however, seems t? boara
pretty bad reputation, having lived a
vory profligate lil'?', living tho greater
pari of the time away from homo.
Young Poison's motive is unknown,
bul his father, I ho elder Pinson, him
self thinks that the boy, knowing
that no one knew ho was in this part
of tho count ry, decided that ho
would kill both himself and Mrs. Pin
son, and thal he would then share
the ?-State with his brother, Richard,
being hurd pressed for funds. Mr.
Pinson had only lately refused to
grant his request for money.
Young Pinson made his o sea pc, hut ,
Sheriff McMillan is making every of- ;
lon to catch bini, and has sent out
Hie following description of Pinson
all over Hie country: "Arrest Butler
Pinson; charge, attempt to murder;
color, white, joro twonlv-slx
years, no?g?u ."> feet, 7 inches, weight ,
Hin pounds. Said to have missing
tooth, brown eyes and dark hair; full I
face and clean shaven. Use caution."
()\i: MAN KIDDED.
Ko ur others Injured in Street Duel
al Dorn iee, I.a.
Ai lleriiinco. Da., Tuesday, a spec
ialer was killed dlirilig a street duel,
lind lour others were wounded. Doth
duelists vere wounded, but liol ser
iously. 'I li?' light was between C. .1.
Morton ami W K. Harham. Tho
cause nf iheir quarrel is not known
Morion was just slopping off an Ar
kansan Soul hem passenger train, ac
companied by his wife and seven
year-old son, when Da rh a in appeared.
Doth men opened lire and Morton's
lillie boy fell, mortally wounded; T.
\Y. Clarke was instantly killed and
Thoa. Rivers wis wounded in the
thigh, Conductor Alford of Ile
train and a mme passenger were In
jured. Morton was struck hy two
bull?is and Dalham hil by one. *
HUYAN WINS AGAIN.
Massachusetts W?I Send Delegates to
Denver Favorable to Him.
A dispatch from Dostoil says, I be
liryan men report tho slate for
Dryan ai the caucussos held to elect
delegates to the stale convention. No
contest worth tho name was made
foi illly other candidate, and the dele
gates ?hosen, were, generalis speak
ing, favorable to Dryan. In Heston
only foin- pei- cent, of Hie party vide
came out. and the same thine, was
the tule throughout ibo slate, In
one Heston ward, where efforts were
made lo elect delegates, pledged lo
Johnson, the at tempi ssas utlsuCCOSS
lui. , *
HEAVY DISPENSARY SAI.ES.
Til rec Thousand Dollars Worth'of
Liquor Sold io One Day.
The largest sales since tho opening
of the North AugtlStll dispensary svere
made on Saturday, April IS, the
sales amounting '<> over $?'.000. This
amount exceodod the largest amount
yet sold in one das previous by about
no, the largest salea previously
being about $1 .000.
A Wonderful Cal.
The Newberry Observer says:
"There is a pet cai in the family of
Thomas narberry, of Hopkins Cor
ners. Mich.. I hat will never play with
Hie baity without firStl billin-, off the
?harp point on its ( law s
Russian General Dead.
lieut. Hen. MlievllCh, aide do
camp to Emperor Nicholas, and the
commander of tho tost Manchurian
army, died ai st. Petersburg of pneu
monia Thursday night. He had been
I III for a lillie over a sveok.
Selling Booze or Go to Jail for
Contempt of Court.
AFTER BLIND TIGERS
('omi Injunctions Will bc Pushed mid
mi Kantest Kltorl ?Vindo to Stop
thc Illegal Sale of Liquor-Gov,
Ansel Will Authorize tho Attorney
General lo Proceed as Supremo
Court (lives Hie Hight.
"Whal will he dune now that the
supreme cou ri has sustained Ih?'ln
junclion policy as applied to hltnd
tigers? This question has suggested
itsell' to a Brea! many people u tho
last two doys. dov. Ansel himself
declines to talk, and Attorney General
Lyon is out ol' the city," says tho
"Mut ii is reported that Mr. Mar
shall p. Dellruhl, assistant attorney
general, lias laen given a batch of
ol' injunction affidavits and has beeu
Ordered by Governor Ansel to pro
ceed against the places regarded as
'blind tigers.' lt is said that among
these cases are live right lune in
Columbia and that Capt. T . 10. Dixon
has been given orders to enjoin not
only the keepers cd' the places but
the owners of Gio property from ever
again toleratng the Illicit sale ol' 11
quor on the premises, such salo con
stituting a nuisance under Die Carey
Co th ra ll act and subjecting the prop
erty io be handled in injunction pro
lt is believed that Gov. Ansel will
now push the Injunctions against
hiing tigers in Charleston and in
other cities where, they may exist
?ind by this drastic measure drive,
tlmse people out of an unlawful bus
"When GoV, Ansel was a candidato
for governor he received nearly lu
uer. ce?/, ot' tho o I.e.?. Ia Chuck-.001?
30 li ri ly.* Some time after be assumed
bis official duties there was sonio
talk to the effect Dial Cha ri os toil
was getting more and more 'wide
?pen,' depending upon dov. Ansel's
political friendship. When this mal
ler was brought to Gov? -Ansel's at
tention he inquired of the attorney
general if there were- any way effect'
nail) to go after ibo blind tigers.
"Mr. Lyon suggested the injunction
method This was approved b> tho
Governor and the state disueiisary
auditor. Mr. W. li. Wost, was sent
lo Charleston to wauk up evidence
against suspects. The dispensary
constabulary was used and upon af
tidaits thus obtained the attorney
general issued injunctions closing a
number of liquor shops in Charles
"An appeal was taken to the su
preme! court and the court decided In
favor of the injunctions. .Mr. Lyon
had been advised hy dov. Ansel to
suspend (ho enjoining proceedings
until the court should act. Mr. De
Brtihl, it is stated, luis received In
structions thai as tho court has sus
tained the Injunctions the work
should bo pushed.
ll is said that in Charleston when
a law breaker was enjoined from
selling liquor he would move bis
place to th?4 upper story of the saino
building and fondue! the business in
bis chock's name. Mr. Lyon w ill now
issue injunctions against property
owners also. These injunctions aro
perpetual, and the punishment is
sure." . *
M A KT V K TO SHH VICK.
Attendant io a Contagious Hospital
a Victim ?ff Septicemia.
A New York dispatch says one of
Hie m >si popular and efficient nurses
of Hie Itiorslde Hospital on North
Mi-other Island. Miss Maybelle F.
Strawskl, has given ber life lo ber
railing. Riverside Hospital is a eily
institution given over to Hie treat
ment of contagious diseases exclusive
ly and about three weeks ago Mis;;
St raw sk i was in charge of SO vera I
She pricked ber thumb with a safe
ty pin in the care- cd' one of Hie pa
tients and at the time thought noth
ing of il.
In a few days, however, lt devel
oped thal iho pin was badly infected
and Miss St raw ski Wae fourni ?o bo
suffering from a vident attack ot
LOST CONTKOL OP THAIN,
Font' Kalians Were Killed When tho
Pour Italians were killed outright,
om- fatally injured, and died on tho
train while en route to tho Williams?
port hospital, ami four others prob?
ably fatally injured lu a wreck on a
log hain on the LtlQuInU lumber road
at Whalen. Pa.. Wednesday morning.
Fail tiro of the reverse lever on tho
engine allowed the train to run away.