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The JWarlboro Democrat
t "DO THOU, GRIS?T I.IRERTY, INSPIRE OUR SOULS AND MARK OUR LIVES IN THY POSSESSION HAPPY OR OUR DEATHS GLORIOUS IN THY CAUSE." '
BENNETTSVILLE. S. C., FRIDAY, MAY L 1908
BIG LOSS OF LIFE
In Several States Caused by a
THREE HUNDRED DEAD
Over Ono Thousand Moro or Les*
t Injured, and Many Thousands Aro
Homeless.-SI orin Covered Much
Territory, Nearly Fifty Towns He
in? Wrecked, Some of Which Aro
Almost Wiped Out.
Three hundred and ilfl> killed. ?1
h ll nd led or more persons tidally in
jured and m nh j limos litis number
painfully burt, together with ti prop
orly loss running up Into tho millions,
is the record so far of a series of
tornadoes thal originated In Ihe West
Thursday, swooping across Texas, Ok
lahoma, Arkansas. Louisiana. Missis
sippi. Tennessee. Alabama and Geor
gia Friday and Friday night.
ll loft a path of death, desolation
t'.'Jiad want in its wake, seriously inter
rupted communication between cilios
In the South ami brough) about chao
tic conditions in many smaller towns.
Mississippi hor?> ibo brunt of tho
Storm. Reports Hom that State in
d lea to thal the loss of life will bo by
far the greatest of any section
through which the storm passed.
(estimates of those who loss their
lives as a result of tornadoes in Mis
ttippl i>iace the death list at near throe
li u nd rod and fifty, with a thousand
or more injured. In Texas, Louis
iana, Alabama and Georgia Hie death
lists are also large, with loss ol lifo
in Arkansas and tennessee
Authentic information is In many
instances lacking owing to crippled
facilities for communication ii ucl tho
lack Of time to form anything like ail
accurate estimate of tho damage.
The Storni, which fl rsl appeared in
(borgia at Columbus, on tho Ala
bama Uno, 0001ns to have moved In a
northeasterly direction, striking tho
towns of Chlploy, Harris. LaGraugO.
Griffin, McDonald, Locust drove, c ?
dartown and Cave Springs, while a
portion Of its fury was fell in tho
eastern su rhu rbs ol' Allanta shortly
i. Mo'U of the dead are nogroos. Poi
haps a do/.Cll white per.-ons were
caught in falling buildings and either
fatally injured or so serously disabled
as to require medical attention.
The loss ol' life was in the quar
ters of colored persons where the
wind destroyed l'hoir cabins, burying
the occupants In tito demis, or in tho
farming section of ibo country w li ive
trees were uprooted, telegraph and
telephone polls lorn up mid general
destruction became an encore 1.0 a
siorm which, with almost tornado
fury, swop! through the country.
li is di Hie ll lt io estimate the h.ss
of life or the extent of I he disaster,
for lhere is little or no communica
tion with the points where tho sind
and rain did ils grisliest damage.
lu Louisiana it ls estimated that a
score of small towns were destroyed
ot" partially wrecked Those Include
Amito City. Arcadia and Independ
ence, Holle (?rove. Melton. Lorain ii,
1'ine Ridge, Quitiuaii, Landing, Fair
childs Creek, Purvis and I timberton,
Miss, are reported seriously damaged
\>> the storm.
In Alabama, Hora was the chief
sufferer. This hewn ls also known as
Hergen. Four or more persons were
killed, tl thong thoth thc wile r, nd
daughter o? Section Master Moor".
Fifty persons ai Hie lowest estimate
were injured. Tho.-.- most stu ions':
hurl were carried to hospitals in I iii -
m lng h a ai, Ala 6t)owdiiinn, fi w-.
McCully. died oil tuc traill. Two
other mem hors of this family were
ir lo tl 8.1 y injured Al Bergen cars
ere blown Hom Hm railroad tracks
and considerable oilier property de
stroyed. Report- also say thal lb"
Storm Struck Allenville, Ala., and de
fctrbyed nearly lite entire northern
portion of t Ito low 11 A colton mill
was blown down, I lie storm ranging
northward, doing mm h destruction lo
lite and properly.
An unconfirmed report from that
section gives the death list as from :',?.
10 35 With oilier persons Injured. A
special nain wm eui from Birming
ham, wirryine physicians and a squad
of State militiamen lo tho district.
Aid ls also pouring III frOhl all dree
From Meridian. Miss., conies a re
port that Mrs., .lohn M In niece and her
Child were killed outright und John
Mindere was soi'lousl> injured, while
a li tim Iii i of Other persons were hurl
and Ibero was con Idcriihlo destine
lion of properly,
Richland and Lainoiirlc, La., were
struck by Ibo Storm and mvirh a Ililli
of I heir population in jured.
W'ilirhe:-1er. Mi s . a small town, is
reported wiped oui, though only
two persons are lill ?WU lo have 1.11
Natchez. Miss., reports sixty are
known to he tb-ad in the northern
THE PRESS GANG
HOW TIMK WI 1.1, HU SPENT AT
(JA FEN ICY.
Many Interesting Papers to Ht* Read.
People of (iafl'noy Expect to Make
Visitors Have a Couti Time.
President 10. H. Aull, of the South
Carolina Press Association, attended
M mooting it i tl af?i loy last week of
i he subcommittee which was appoint
ed to arrange tho dmails ot thc pro
gramme for tho annual meeting of
thc Associalou at fluff ney, .lune ir>
lfc. .). IO. Normcnt, C. M. Galloway
ami Willam Panks Were also of this
subcommittee, bul were unavoidably
President Aull ami Mr. Edward
DeCamp mot and wont over tho pro
gramme as partially agreed upon at
a former mooting of the committee,
and President Aull was requested to
put the programme in shape and ar
range for its publication. As a result
of the uonferenco tho following pro
gramme is announced tor Hie annual
Tuesday Morning. .lune Kl, IO
Association called lo oilier in aud
itorium of Limestone College by Pres
ident 12. H. Aull.
Prayer by Ibo chaplain, the Kev.
w. P. Jacobs i). iv
Address ol welcome on ind.alf >f
the i'lt> ( : Gaffney, by Prof. ll. P.
Address ol' welcome on behalf of
Limestone College by lb. Lee Davis
Hot ponses to addresses of welcome
by President IO. H. Anil and Secre
tary lt, L. Kreeinan.
Subject, "The Husiness Bud of .-.
Newspaper OiUee," IL L. Watson,
(.?I cen wood Indes.
"To What LOX tent Should News
pajt?ri (?ive the Flic Use of T|\tdr
Column.to Candidates.'' C. W. Wolfe,
Ki. m.d.e. ? be,, ni.
"My iOsleemed Contemporary," T.
K. Waring. Charleston Post. 1
Afternoon Session. 1
'The Impress of Environment Upon
the Newspaper mid its Formative lii
ilueme." ,i. E. Noi'iiii m
Miscellam ons business.
I;3.0 o'clock. lit'ivo around t);e '
eily; including visit io mahufaciori?i?
and Du mines
lOveiilng Session. H HM) O'clock,
Address. "Tbe (iieai 1 in pori a ncc ol
the Development ot our Kura!
Schools," Miss Marv T Name, pres
ident of 'he Kural School I m provo
kion I Associ?t lou of South Carolina,
Wednesday Morning, .lune 17, O
Visit to power plant of the IO lee
ti h al Power ami Manufacturing
Company on H rou (I Uiver in a special
traill. A general picnic will be served
at Mle power plain
Address, The PoslofllCO Depart
ment and the I .ec.il ima; e Publisher, "
Ibm. A L LawsllO third assistant
Postmaster G?n?ral, Washington, I?
Address, lion K K Edmonds .
editor of t.liC Manufacturers' Uocord,
lin it I moro, Md.
Thursday doming, .lune is. fi:titi
"Thc Technical Construction of a
Newspaper Story," .las A. Hoyt. The
News and Courier Hincan, Columbia,
"How io Prepare Copy," C. H (?al
loway, tho Slate. Columbia, S. C.
.The (Iso "I ibo Telephone in Gal h
bring the \ew.-," A. II. Car pokier,
ibo Dall) Mail. Anderson-, s
Afternoon Session, :> O'clock.
Historical Symposium." paper and
addresses bv Col T H. Crews. Her
ttld, Lauren-. N (? OslOOll, VV ll leh
nt ii lt and SbUthroli, Sinnier; .Ino. \\
Holmes, people. I la rn wei I: ?lugh
\\ ?bon, Press aiul Hanner, Abbeville;
Miles' H McSWeelieV. (1I'll ill 1?,
M iscellaticoiis business.
Kh( Hon of o ill ce rs.
Night Session, IO O'Clock.
Hamiuei. tendered by clll'/.eiix of
H is earnestly requested hy the
citixons ol' GalTnoy that all members,
with their families, will reach Gaff
ney during Mondas and Monday eve
tiing. Tile ?liicers Of Ibo Association,
also, eames, l> roqiiosl that every
publisher in South Carolina ali. nd
The people of Gaffney are very
mm h in Oltrnosi in ' heir efforts to
make Mils a most enjoyable mooting,
and when they ultdoiTake ld do a
I ki hg i hoy do ic
lu addition lo the progriim Editor
Loyless. ol the Augusiii Chronicle,
und Editor Caldwell, ol Hie C lt a Holt e
ObH'i'vb?', have accepted InvilfllloUS
Louisiana .lorin. Hundreds Ol' phill
talion cabins .ne reported destroyed
in thal section.
Mobile reported nine dead in Hat -
(ieshUI'g, Miss., bul Ibis lias not been
Twenty-Eight Men Are Dead or
Missing as Results.
CRUISER AND LINER
Conn? Together Off the Isle of Wright
awl I he Cruiser Goos I<> the liol"
lom With I ?url of lier Crow.-Tho
Accident Was I'nuvoMlablo ls t lu*
General opinion Among Shipping
A dispatim from London says the
total number of doad :MI<I missing of
Ibo Gladiator's crew as a result of
th<> co! ! ?sion hcl woco thc American
liner St. Tani and thc Rrllish cruiser
oil' thc Isle ?d' W right is 38. Divers]
Sunday searched thc sunken cruiser
for bodies, hut were not successful
in duding any.
The opinion among shipping men
and naval oflicers and officials appears
io he unanimous thal the accident
was unavoidable, hoing one of the
chances of the sea which all seamen
All witnesss ol' the disaster Ugrco
practically I hat both crews behaved
as well as possible.
Coming so soon alter the loss ot'
the torpedo boat destroyer Tiger,
which was sunk by the cruiser Her
wich oft' I he Isle ol' Wright on April
::, last. .'Ki men being drowned, the
sinking of tho Gladiator is a severe
blow to tho Dritish navy.
Tho damnged bow of the SI. Paul
indicates thal she forced her nose al
least 20 feet through the cruiser's]
side, bul. fortunately the greatest
damage she received was above the
waler line. Tho how post was buckled)
while tho plutos on both the port and
Starboard bows were crushed in and
gaping cracks extended along tho]
Nm. her Cam Passow cor nov ol';
Wi I nllicers would discuss tho neel- 1
dent, preferring lo wait until they
ian submit their reports to the proper
nlhcinls. ll was learned, however,
that ('ipi. Passow is sorely grieved
at tho disaster, ibis being his fl rsl
Had the cruiser been painted any
nt her color than slate she might have
boen seen earlier and Hie collision
avoided, bili Creal Po il aili has decid
ed thai her warship.- attract less ni
len! iou win n (hus painted.
A SUV UKH CY Cl .OX K.
Iludios ol a Niau ami Hiv Wife < ar
ried a Mile.
A destructive cyclone visited Ne
braska la si Thursday. sweeping
through Cumming County Three
people are known lp have* been kill
ed a number injured and a number
of house: destroyed Telegraph and
telephone lines are down and reports
are slow in arriving,
The tornado struck Ibo house of
.lohn Mnngleson, near Ponder, Neb.,
and then swooped np into the air.
taking ibo wreckage abd holli Mr
and Mis Mnngleson. liol ll were kill
ed, i ln i> bodies being curried a mile
George Wai ker and family were at
lunch when lite twister struck their
house Three ol' (llb famil> were
i meei with i heir South Carolina
bret hi en
li >ou are not a member Of Hie
Association," says President Aull,
"send your name and initiation foo lo
Treasurer Angus) Kohn. Columbia, S<
C., and make > our arrangemenis to
lake ti week off, leaving y o ii j' bonn
on Monday, so tis lo roach C.affney in
time po the opening session Tuesday
morning, and nave ymir' business so
lilirangi I (hill von can remain away
lu,ie your desk until the following
Mond:;, sp Illili \ou may lake I he
Inp I brough the beautiful scenery bf
V ie i ii Mori h Cn .'(dina, which nip
is being arranged and ibo details of
whb h will be announced in a sep
arate i i rular.
. \\. will (ive leget her as one l'uni
il j ?I i. 'nc I he session at Gaffney. ni
Hm I iincstnne College. While Her
we will lie Hie gtlCStS ol' Hie ell J
Kdiloi DoCamp made that slateinonl
al the hie ol Palms last Slimmer ami
im i^l on eat ry inc il out
. ll von desire transportation !<.
vom . ell or any member ol' your fain
ilv wi itt in ample time lo Hie presi
dent al Newberry, S. C.. or lo Hie
.;.,|(tni\ al Deimel Isvllle, S. C.. Sig I
inp. '">' which route um deidre lo go.
and efforts will be made lo secure you
nee.- ii i ; I ran.-pi,. tal ion.
Let ns repeal our request thal
>i i at temi Hus nibbling :u,tl s''''
something of i hiv wonderful Plod
no ul section ol' your fdhld. Ker two
years Wo have enjoyed Ibo
breezes nul hospitality ot ibo people
of the city of Charleston, ami ibi
year we waul you all lo go with us
THE BEST SPEECH
Made By las. C. Hardin, Represen
tative of Wofford College.
GIVEN FIRST HONOR.
J? W. Hicks, <>r Purumu College,
(tinks Second liest Speech, and ls
Oj von Second Honor. Kine Colleges
Wore Represented by .Nine Talent?
<.(! Voung Gentlemen in (he Oren!
\ dispatch from Creen wood to
ino News and Courter says promptly
al night o'clock Friday night tho
doors ol' Hm Lander College auditor
;iiin w? ?c closed and the lentil nnnual
State oratorical contest was commenc
ed. Vfter a song ot' welcome by tho
Lander College chorus Club and
prayer hy Hie Kev. Rober! Adams
presiden I of tho Presbyterian College
of South Carolina, Mr. Hardin, oj
Welford Colige, being the first speak
er of the evening, spoke, thc subject
of His oration being "Tho flattie
A^kinst Ignorance." Tlioii followed
the other speakers, the following pro
gramme being carried ont
''The Handicaps ot thc South.'' R.
"The ?piiii of the Age," T. C.
Hoy Wa rd.
"Tlie Small' College.", .1. R, Brown,
"Christian Citizenship The Hope
of nomocracy," li. K. Potreay.
"In Defence of the Fla;;." J. F
'The America ti Shibboleth," .1 \V.
"Tho Menace of Mani moni," t; \.
" I ho Soul ti and Her Heroes." R,
F M L?tales. .
\ Intervale music was rendered hy
Hie j ? nifty of Lander College and tlu?
^Va .' .. : ,""ll.-..,. Chorus Club. Aile .
the s'ptiecnes a wait of a few minutes
vas made necessary for tho judges,
V ho were the Hon. J. C. Otts, Ot"
Gaffney! Hie Kev. J. H. Creen, ni
Creenwood. and Ibo Kev. J, Phillips
Vernor, ol' Columbia, 1.0 make I heir
decision. These few moments were
(nonie' is 01 suspense, and anxiety
was )>'ni!il,\ written In largo lOlOriri
on i lie toni esl ant.;' faces.
lilli v hen tho judges announced
Hud. Mr. .1 C. Hardin, ol' Wofford
bad wort ll ''s i pince, ihn welkin was
Iliade lo ing ' lim ' I'detil from
Wofford, and their presence was
lundi I now hy yells ami the lill un ti ng
ami waving Ol' their college col.? s.
Mr .1 NV. Hicks. Of Cumian, was an
notuiced t?'I rt h hr ol' .-?tond place, and
bis supporters cheered !Ci>- >o th?
The toniest was a hallie royal so
far ns though, oratory and elocution
was concerned. Kor gracefully and
well 'lill the vonng orator- endeavor
i, i,cid up the r?putation of Hie coi
lege'ii they' represented. ladt eil as
the IlldgOS expressed il. it was a hard
Platier to pick Hm winner, hut all il rb
rgrbi d i hal t he righi man. Mi il n
din, won Mr. Hardin'-- spec, a li li 1
on,, of the l'est ever delivered by tl
college man in Creenwood. an I he
deserves greal credit for lim in ICU ev?
l> ihoiigbi and beauilfiil composition
of ideas he 111 jed ed lulu his sp.li,
However, ail the Speeche* were good;
?pVd laking I hem as ll w hole they
have been excelled and many Ihongl'.t
m ver ootialled, al any of the previous
corie lr. held here.
Mi .1. C. Hardin, the roplftii nt di ??.
of \\ (i llOI'd College in I ho S! Hi' ora
lo.'i. ;.i contest. is 21 year, old i
ic 1 i 'ver. S c , ami i . jubin*
(,(?,< el tho junior tins; of Welford
( <JI Soon after en" 1 ?.c.', Oidlo?l?
\l Hni'diil won a reo I1 -'im I' r I ,m
:,ell as a speaker urn! bCCIUISO of bis
(korong lileriiry work. Ile hus smv
e,i a presided I ?>.. his class during
h' , ?? phinoie year Tho same year
lie was elected SOCO ll (I censor, corres
|, ending secretary and monthly ora -
(,i?. in Hie Preston Society. Inn ing j
I he precut veal Mr. Hardin is setv
?,.. nu thief marshal, assistant ex
clu, ii gc editor of Hie Journal staff
. nd vhe president of Hie V. M. C A.
II,. ..irs ItlSO ejected lo represent bis
Society on the preliminary Fniory
dehnte und Hu- junior debate. Mr.
Hi,,din is a brother of the Kev. F.
K. Hardin, who won Hie State con
(esl at Greenwood in 1 hoi for Wal'
Kll.LFD IN NV RFC Ii.
Over Fifty A>'e Head and Ahoul Nine?
I'm!.v two Lollies have heen talton
,,,,1 ol' lb" wreckage caused hy Hie
collision w hich happened on April I '.'
,,i iuo trains ni I inly brook Junction,
n hort I emin miles from Melbourne,
Australia. H I? believed that several
others are still burled umbu- the de
bris. The number of Injured ls plac
ed at eighty-eight.
TRIED TO KILL THEM.
GREENWOOD ..IAN' A\l> WIFE HAD
Willie They Were Asleep in Red thc
Bon of tho Mun Shot nt Thom nt
A dispatch from Greenwood to The
News sind Courier says Butler Pinson,
known ?is "Hub,*' is charged with
making an attempt lo kill his father]
and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs, B. I'.
Pinson, as they lay asn-oj barly ou I
Tuesday morning, iirinf; holh harre!?
of a uno nt I hem, und when only
about Huh' feel aw.,y fr,,m them.
Thal Mr. ?nd Mis. rinson aro living
to i' ll how ii happened is a miracle,
for i h.- load ol' shot entered i lu- hoad
oi' thc hod. only a tow inches ?novo
their heads, and some ol' tho shot
wer? found imbedded in the pillows,
on which t hoir hoads rested.
Mr. B. M. Pinson lives aboul a
ip i lo aol a hall' southeast ol' Sal nea,
and within about lour hundred yards
ol' Siloam Church. Ho is a wei Uto-do
farmer, ami is n uni herod ninong
Greenwood County's most substantial
citizens, ho hoing a man ol' ubout 55
years of age.
"Hob." however, seems t* boara
pretty bad reputation, having lived a
very prolligate lifo, living tho greater
part ol" tin" limo away from home,
Young Poison's motive is unknown,
bul his falber, the elder Pinson, him
self thinks that the boy, knowing
that no one knew he was in this part
of tho country, decidod that he
would kill bbth himself and Mrs. Pin
son, and Hull ho would then share
the estate willi his brother, Richard,
heitl? hard pressed for funds. Mr.
Pinson had only lately refused to
grant his request for money.
Young Pinson made his escape, but
Sheriff McMillan is making every ef
fort to caleb him. and has sent ont
tie- following description of Pinson
nil over tho country: "Arrest Butler
Pinson; charge, attempt to murder;
color, white, age twenty-sK
years, lu irlo ."> feel, 7 inches, weight
ICO pounds. Said to have missing
tooth, brown eyes and dark hair; full
face and clean shaven. Use caution.''
ONE MAN KILLIOD.
Kout* Others Injured iii Street Duel
:ii Bernice, I.a.
Ai 11er ti Ince, ha., Tuesday, a spec
tator was killed during a street duel,
tltld lour others wore wounded. Holli
duelists vero wounded, but not ser
iously. Thc llghl was between C. .1.
Morton and W Iv Harham, The
cause of their quarrel is aol known
Morion was just slopping off an Ar
kansas Southern passenger train, ac
companied hy his wife and seven
year-old son, when Harham appeared.
Roth men opened lire and Morion's
lillie hov fell, mortally wounded; T.
W. Clarke was instantly killed and
Thos. Hivers wis wounded in thc
thigh. Conductor Alford of thc
train rind a mme passenger wore In
jured. Morion was struck by two
bullets lind Barham hit by Olio. *
HUYAN WINS AGAIN,
Massachusetts NX'ill Send Delegates to
Denver favorable io Him.
A dispatch from Boston says, Hie,
Bryan mon report the state foi i
Bryan at the ca?ete ses held to elect!
delegates to tho state convention. No
coniest worth thc name was made
for any other candidate, and Ibo dele
gates chosen, were, generally speak"
iii)-,, favorable to Bryan. In Boston
only four per cent, of the party vote
e.one owl, and tho same thing was
Hie rule throughout the slate, in
ono Boston ward, where efforts were
made lo elect dele?tales, pledged lo
.johnson, thc iitiempi was UusUcccss
MEA Y Y DISPENSARY SABIN.
Three Thousand Holl?is Worth of|
Liquor Sohl io One Hay.
The largest sales since Ibo opening
of the North Augusta dispensary were
made <>n Saturday, April is. tho
sales amounting lo over $3000. This
amount exceeded the largest amount
yoi sold in one dav previous by about
$i.ino. ibo largest sales previously
hoing ..i.ont $i .ODO.
A Wonderful Cai.
The Newberry Observer says:
"There is a pot cat in ibo family ol'
Thomas Dnrberry* ol' Hopkins Cor
ners. Mich., I hat will never play with
(the baby WllilOUt first billing off the
i sharp point on ils claws *
Russian General Dead.
Lieut, ('.en. Linevlleh, aide de
camp lo ICmperer Nicholas, ami Ibo
commander of the Ural Manchurian
army, died al SI. Pot?rsburg 6f pneu
monia Thursday night, ile bad boon
III for a lillie over a wc Ok.
Selling Booze or Go to Jail for
Contempt of Court
AFTER BLIND TIGERS
Coull injunctions Will be Pushed mid
au Karncst Hfforl Mudo to Step
the Illegal Sale of Liquor-dov.
Ansel Will Authorize tim Attorney
(Jetterai tu Proceed as Supremo
( ourt (Jives' i bc Righi.
"Whtil will he done now Mint tho
supreme couil has sustained lhe in
junction policy ?is applied to blind
tigers.' This question has suggested
Itself to a groat many people u the
last two doys. Gov. Ansel himself
declines to talk, and Attorney General
Lyon is out ol* the cifv," says tho
"Hut ii ls reported that Mr. Mar
shall P. DeBl'llli), assistant attorney
general, has boon given a batch of
ol' injunction affidavits and bas beeu
Ordered hy Govoi'ltor Ansel to pro
ceed against the places regarded a?
'blind tigers.' li is said that among
these casos are live righi here in
Columbia and that Capt. T . E. Dixon
has been given orders lo enjoin not
only Gui keepers ol' the places but
the owners of Hie property from over
again toleratng the illicit salo of li
quor on tho premises, such sab' con
stituting a nuisance under the Carey
Co th ran act and subjecting the prop
erty to ho handled in injunction pro
lt is beliovod thal Gov. Ansel will
now push tho injunctions against
hiing tigers in Charleston and lu
ol IHM" cilios whore they may exist
and hy ibis drastic measure drive
those people out of an unlawful bus
"When Gov. Ansel was a candidate
for governor ho received nearly 7f>
per coe/, ol' tito ote*, iu OharjiMion
county. Some Hmo after ho assumed
his oflloial duties there was sonic
talk to the effect thai Charleston
was gelling more and mere 'wide
open," depending upon Gov. Ansel's
political friendship. When this mat
tor was brough! to Gov. -Ansel's al
leution he Inquired of tho aiiornoy
general If lhere worn any way effect'
nails to go after the blind tigers.
"Mr. I ?.Villi suggested tho injunction
method. This was approved hy tho
Governor and Ibo state disoensary
auditor, Mr. \V. li. West., vas sent.
io Charleston lo work up evidence
; gainst suspects. Tho dispensary
constabulary was used and upon af
fldails thus obtained the attorney
general issued injunctions (dosing a
number of liquor shops in Charles
"Au appeal was taken to tho su
preme court and the court decided 111
favor ol' the injunctions. Mr. Lyon
had boon advised hy Gov. Ansel tu
suspend tho enjoining proceedings
until the court should act. Mr. De
Rl'lllll, it is stated, has received in
structions that as tho courl bas sus
tained the injunctions the work
should he pushed.
lt is said that in Charleston when
a law hreakor was enjoined front
selling liquor bo would move his
place to tho upper Story of the same
building and conduct the business ill
is clunk's name. Mr. Lyon will now
...sue injunctions against property
owners also. These injunctions are
perpetual, and the punishment Ls
sure." . *
M A HT V K TO 8KRVICM.
Attendait! in a Contagious Hospital
a Victim of Septicemia.
\ Ww York dispatch says one of
tho most popular and efficient nurses
of tho Itierslde Hospital on Xortb
Brother Island. Miss Maybelle P.
Slrnwski. has given her life to hoi*
calling. Riverside Hospital is a city
Institution given over to tiio treat
ment ol' contagions diseases exclusive
ly and ?bou! Hu?e weeks ago Miss
Strawakl was in charge of several
diplil beria patients.
She pricked her thumb with a safe
ty pill in the rare of one ol' Hie pa
tients and at Hie time thought noth
ing of ll
in fl few days, however, it devel
oped thai the pin was badly infected
and Miss Strawskl was found to bo
sufforlug from a violent attack of
sop! h em ?a.
I.OST CONTROL OP THAIX.
Four Italians \\ ere Iv died When Hie
I Cour Italians were killed outright,
one fatally Injured, and died on tho
train While Oil ronlo lo Hie Williams
port hospital, and lour olhers prob
ably fatally injured In a wreck on a
log Hain on the LaQuinn lumber road
at Whalen, l'a . Wednesday morning.
Pall Uro ol' Hie reverse lever on tho
engine allowed tho train to run away.