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BENNETTS VI LL E. S. C., FRIDAY, JUNK 12 1908
8y the State Supreme Court on i
AFTER HE HAD FILED
Sousa!lonni Charges, In Which If?
GI ahmed That There W/is a Conspi
,\. racy lu Columbia to Injury Hill
Professionally, ?nd That Cert a ii
Records HHVO l>isu|l|iOMred.
Affidavits containing sensation?
statements and charges wore present
ed to Hie Supreme Court Tuesday li
tho argument of tho case of Jessi
Hunter, a negro, represented by Mr
.fohn T. Duncan, of Columbia. Aile
hearing Die case the Court dismisses
the motion for a now trial on alto
Mr. Duncan, who lias put up :
hard light for his clients. Jesse Dun
ter and his wife, Francos Hunier
convicted ol' assault and battery, pre
souled ll tongi hy affidavit from him
self in which ho sol forth tho progr?s'
of the caso and (barged (bat cor
. 'ain attorneys ol' Columbia and other.'
aro in conspiracy- to injure him pro
fessloually, and that certain re
cords in this and other eases ii
which ho was nlornoy have beet
lost or stolen I rom I lu- ofllco of tin
clork of the Circuit Court and tin
clerk of tho Supreme Court.
Ono of tito principal affidavits ir
tho ease was that of a negro, .tell
Taylor, who sta hal thal il was him
self and not .losse Dunter who dil
tho shooting for which Hunter whs
Convicted, and that ho had feared tc
. testify to the truth of ibis manor ot
tho nial by reason of intimidation
This affidavit was probated by Mr
Washington Clark, an attorney ol
Solicitor Henel presented an affi
davit from M. Clark, stating that lo
had one day been called into the of
fice of Mr. Duncan and asked to pro
bate a paper signed by a negro, and
that, tlie negro who afterwards owner
f,c iii? li-uno oC JofL.Taylor was not
the negro he saw in the office of Dun
can, but was of entirely different ap
Solicitor Timmerman also denied
that he had received tho papers sail
to have been served on him by Mr
linean, bul on the other hand Mr
Duncan presented ullldnvils to show
that, ho had bien at Ibo Drain
Hotel, in Lexington, and seen Mi
Tim merman. on a certain date. lr
his own affidavit Mr. Duncan denoun
ces Mr. Timmerman as a coward tu
well as a liar, ami tiled with Hu
Court a note addressed io Mr. Tim
merman Containing these epithets.
Mr. Duncan also charges tho new
Solicitor, Mr. Christie Henel, Wltll
being in Hu- conspiracy against him
and denounces him. Do minies Mr
D. w. Robinson, au attorney of thk
Car. aiul Mr. I io be rt son's father-in
law. Mr. w. H. childs, president ol
Ibo Hank of Coiunibin, ns among (lu
. bb-f conspirators, mid declares In
lliiglll nanu many others lo tho co?Tt
Mr. Duncan made tho race for tin
I lilted States Senate in I 806, and on
.ho stump mndegrave chargesagalnsl
then Governor Cary ICvaas, and in
bis lengthy aflldnvll he refers io thin
fact and to Governor l?J\ ans.
Do presents an adidas it from Dis
former stenographer, now married
v'.ich contradicts ilia! ol' Mr Clark
ii. rot,ard to the description ol' Hu
neuro wdio gave tho aihdavll signed
by doff Taylor.
Tie- two negroes whoso escapad
os brought about this sensations
state of affairs, Jesse and Frances
I Hinter, were convicted of assault
and battery willi IntCnl lo kill ii
.lune, lillis, and Jesse was given fl Vi
years and Frances w as given I li
month. The shooting for which lho>
g^Avoro iriod occurred in January, DHU;
? hoy lived in lower portion of Dich
^?IIIII County and il was as oiled thal
.loss/- Hunter had pul his aged moth
er out ol' tho house where she had
lived for years, and which was sah':
to be her own property
lier other children remonstrated
and the offleors of Ibo law were cali
cid In. Magistrale Dykes. With ?
posse, wein lo the house and fliej
were fired on by some one. .loss?
t Hinter and his wife were arrested
indicted, tried and convicted foi
shooting Hie otlleers, and at tho tria
.leif Taylor was a witness for lin
prosecution, but since that time i
has been staled thal 'taylor was Hu
man who tired Ibo shots and it wa:
on this aller discovered OVidOnc.i
thal Mr. Duncan asked for lt HOM
I ? ?al for his client -, which mot ion wa:
The Supreme court Tuesday after
noon of its own accord. issued ai
order requiring Mr. -lohn T. Duncan
an attorney of the Columbia Bar, t<
ShOW causo before the Court on Mon
day. June 8, why ho should not. b<
DO attached for contempt Of Court 01
disbarred as an attorney for sub
milting what are declared un oatt
HELPED MRS GUNNESS
AT LEAST THIS WAS THE CONFES
SION OF TEXAS JAIL BIRI).
Rut When Sheri ff Smut/or Waa
Remly lo Curry Him (o Indiana,
Ho Changed Statement.
Altor signing and swearing to a
confession that, if true, would solve
many ol' tho mysteries or tho dim
ness murder farm at La Forte, ind.,
and would hang both himself and
Hay Lamphere, tho suspect ?ow un
der Indictment, Julius d. Truelson,
Jr., 01 New York city, broke down as
Sheriff Suititzer was about to take
Ide, fiona Vernon. Texas., where he
i.? con?nod ia jail, to Indiana and
has retracted all he said. Truelsun
is ii, prison in Texas on a charge of
bwindllng and forgery, having re
presented himself as Jonathan d.
Thru, of Pittsburg, a cousin of Harry
K. Thaw, and passing forged checks
and iliads amounting to thousands
of dellars under this name.
Truclson. who says he is hut 2'2
years of ugo, boars the marks of
long dissipation, and he admits that
drugs have placed him in his position
Aceordng lo his confession he luis
two wives, and this was later corro
borated, de told the prison authori
ties in Vernon that his first wife,
whom he married in Saratoga
Springs, N. Y., in mat. was put out
of di.- way at die dimness farm, and
as the woman lias laen missing for
some time, il. lent color to his story.
His second wife, with whom he elop
ed from New York city in March, of
this yOaVj he also intended doing
away with at. the dunness murder
patch, according to his statement,
lint was prevented hy Mrs. dunness
writing him that the authorities were
getting !'>?> warn, on her trail.
Truelson's confession, complete in
everything, and RI loci with details a
great many ol' which had never made
their appearance' in thc newspaper
accounts, was forwarded to Sheriff
Sin ul/er at La Porte, and that ofll
cial weal lo Texas to have a confer
ence with the prisoner. Winni ho
arrived there be found Truelson lu
prison, ami as he did not. bavo access
to" tiowapnpers, how he possesed
himself of all the details. Unless he
was an actual conspirator, was a
mystery. The Indiana sheriff*finally
decided that the forger's story was
true and prepared to return with him
Io Indiana, hut when the time for
leaving came. Truclson broke down
and declared dial thc whole was a
fa lu ?cat ion.
sheriff Sm ut/.or Immediately be
gan another Investigation, that of
looking into the alibi Truclson pre
sented, and aller a few days ho In -
carne convinced thal the prisoners
confession was tin- mere work ol' his
brain, and left for home without him
In his written confession Tl'UOl
son stated thal he first ran across
Mrs. dunness through her matrimon
ial advertisement, He paid tho
widow a visit, bul was loo tough a
customer for her lo do away willi,
and win n she asked him to join her.
he consented, Together with damp
hero. Truclson declared thal they
had not only gotten victims for the
marrying widow, hut had buried
i hem alu r (.be OU I i 'uni oui of
(lie way. ami in sonic instances help
oil her in her bloody work of death.
Tr nelson further dei hued that he
and Lnmphcre, convinced thal Mrs.
dun ness was ploding to do away with
them, tossed a coin to see willoh
should murder (he widow's entire
family and set lire lo the house, and
that the lol fell to l.aniphere.
FELL TO UHR DEATH.
From thc Hoof of a Hunting New
One woman was killed and six
olllOrS were terribly humed Tuesday
in a lire in the furnished room house,
No. i:: West Thlrly-olght street,
willoh threatened the I leys of II score
of persons. The woman leaped from
the roof to death on the pavement
ndow. Lieutenant Mandray, of t?ti
gt tic company No. I, with four lire
men, weill down in die collapse of a
burning stairway,bul all escaped willi
slight hum and bruises. Mrs. IJell
trainc leaped from the rear of the
house. An unlaced shoe caught in
thc supporters as she passed tho
iloor and this turned her so that she
struck head foremosl on the cement
So,OOO,OOO Wodli of Coal for Fleet.
The estimated cost fd' the coal con
sumed hy (he Atlantic Heel when it
shall have finished its cruise around
the world is placed tit $.'?,000,000.
Tho cosl frmn San Francisco through
the Sue/, canal ls est hunted at
OltO.OOO. only American coal is be
I to be "false and fictions" affidavits
in the case ol' Jesse and Frances
Hunter, argued before the Court last
Tuesday. ? . ..... " .
OXE MAN KILLED AX OT 11 IO lt IX
In a Bunning Fight in Autos A.i
Abductor is Killed by His Brother
In a running light between tbo oc
cupants of two automobiles, in which
two revolv?is wore emptied, William
Patterson was shot and hilled friday
afternoon by his brother-in-law near
Millcrshiirg, Ind., and Fi nest Franks,
the brother-in-law, was dangerously
wounded by Patterson in tho thigh.
Patterson had as a prisoner in lils
motor cur Mrs. A. Sargent, a young
woman, Whom, if is alleged, he had
abducted In an excllive and daring
manner under the supposition that
she was a counterfeiter and was flee
ing from Franks. Mrs. Patterson
lately had sepernted from her hus
band, it is said, on account of his
rough .treatment. Ho blamed Mrs.
Sargent for much of lils (toniest ie
tronidos and it is supposed thal ho
had borne a grudge against, lier.
Several weeks ago. loaring for her
life, Mrs. Patterson left her home and
look refuge with her father. Mr.
(.'ranks. Mr. Sargent, al his who's
request, accompanied her io Lignori
er and was her guest for some days,
but had intended returning to lier
homo at Wuwasse.
Patt? ison, filled with liquor and
in an ugly humor arrived at Ligoni
er Friday afternoon a little before
Mrs. Sargent started to the depot
with Mrs. Patterson's fal her.
"I want that woman lo get out of
that buggy!" shouted Patterson.
Mo pointed a revolver af the doc
tor and ut lb'' samo time dragged
Hie woman from the buggy. Mrs.
Sargent cried loudly for help, bm
was dragged into (lie automobile
fainting, ami placed in ber seat. News
of tho abduction spread throughout
Ligonier like lightning. Ernest
Franks, biol her of .Mrs. Patterson,
organized a posse of armed fanners
and started in pursuit, taking tho
load in a big touring car. The fugi
tives were overtaken just east of AI i 1
lorsburg, near Ike Wabash (repot*.
"Half, or ru slvoot!' tdioiio-,..
Franks, standing up in his motor
Patterson replied willi a string of
curses and immediately opened lire
with his revolver, shooting his hj'Otll
er-in-law in the thigh. though dan
gerously wounded, franks nd urned
tin- tiro willi such unerring aim thal
Patterson was inst ant h killed. *
Voil Nd' BANDITS.
Four Lads Hold l p and Hob a Hail
four boy bandits in knee trousers,
the lender only 16 years tdd, bel l up
and robbed the North-bound pa . < a .
er train on the ('.nat Northern, a
mile and a half frb.,1 Croat falls.
Mont., Saturday night, Ono man was
shot. 'I'he boys were captured aril
gave their names as follows:
Albert Hatch, I fi, w ho is saul to
have planned the hold-up.
William Kantian, I V.
Georgi Creswell, 1 0.
Harry Kheiltnes, i;..
Creswell ? daim., he und; no part in
executing the robbery. Creswell,
lihou mes and Uanda 11, say thai Hatch
turned ibo switch.I ordered the en
gineer lo back up the train timi went
through the (dailies wiih Conductor
Jack Hayes, forcing Ibo latter, at the
point of a revolver, io rob the pas
sengers for him
The> also alleg,- Hlitch shot Wil
liam i)enip$?y j who resisted him,
and shot I brough Conductor Hayes'
coat sleeve. al' . r Which the boy
bandit- escaped; Then Hatch drew
his gun on Rheums because Hie hit
ler refused io join him in a hold up
(d' another train. Hatch persuaded
him not to attempt another robbery
while being pursued.
I'HI.At HEH PLEADS Gl'IL'I V.
1'iifrockcd Minister Used Hie (Jil it cl
States Mails lo Defraud.
lu Hie United Slates Court at Hieb
mond. Va., .lame.. 'I'. Hargraves, an
"unfrocked" clergyman of the Kpls
eopal church, residing in llanover
( ninty, pleaded guilty to the charge
Pf using tho Hulled Stales mails lo
defraud, ami was sentenced to eight
moni hs in jail. Hlshop Brewster, of
Connecticut, was among tho witness
es against Hargraves.
Tried to Sell Military Lands.
An alleged plot to hell lah i Iii tho
military reservation al Fort Nlobrnra,
Neb., by false deeds, was revealed
bj tho arrest al Indianapolis of ?"our
real ( Mato men.
Dela lives w li > aro reine moored in
tho will wear mourning, and those
who aro not do a little mourning
on Iholr own account
Sweeps Through Nebraska and
Kansas Friday Evening
DOING GREAT DAMAGE
Twenty.Ono Pcoplo Killed and ?
?iront Beal of Property is Destroy
ed, |t Was Um W?i*f That visited
Thar.Section in Many i oars.
A in; aa du whiub ptissed ?ver south
ern Nebraska and portions ot" north
ern Kansas Friday evening was tho
most destructive and covered (lie
most territory ol' any similar storm
w hich Una visited that region in many
yoai'sj At. leam. L' I persons were Iv? 11 -
ed/, flteV.yyere fatally injured and a
score of .others hurt. In addition,
report^ received say that several per
so ria vere killed at Byron. Nob., and
rhillipahurg and Courtland. Kan., ,
which ?jown have beeu cul off from
communication. Known casualties:
Dead Lula Smith, near (?oneva, ,
Neb.,. Irene Shively. aged ?, near
Ceuev.-; Mrs. Maud Carter. Trenton:
Hauy Canter; two children of Mr.
Small, .tear Cuide Rock; Henry Madi- ,
son, near Franklin, Net?.; Mrs. Au- ,
gii?t' Fonlell. mar Shickley, Neb.;
iOlijaii A i ionhricht. near Shickley; ,
Sa.V (dinning, drowned near Fair- ,
field, Neb.; Mrs. Clifton Simple. ,
H ryon. Neb, !
Fatally Injured .lohn Shively.
(leneva; i^ns Shively. Ceueva; .lolin
Merrimau, Shickley; Freston Hailey.
Carlton :t. Mr. August Fonloll, near ,
Seriously injured -Mrs. .lohn ,
Shively, i'Cienbva; Fd wa rd Russell, ,
Honey;;: K. F. McKay mond. Fairfield; ,
Miss Youan, near Cuide Rock; Mr. ?
and Mrs$tlray, near Riverton: Mrs. j
Kennett, Shear (leneva; bester and
Carter and wen nd child, Carbon.
Tho siijrni Vvas gen'eral throughout .
Kilmore, Vt&Jbster, Franklin and ,
Thayer eil uni ?es, Nebraska, and reach- (
ed tfcrol ttansus, from wliero reports (
aro *O'IO;.^ ob groat destruction. The .
to' !%itf)u, Fairfield,, Hospler,
P . A\\t,- ?..'?nu'Vlin. nug L .1.
Rive.ion, Nenraska, are among those ?
visited hy the storm and In no ono
of thom did tho oloinonts spare lifo
or property. At Carlton live resid
ences and two churches were destroy- .
ed, while a new sahel bill'dlilg and
30 houses were partially wrecked.
Thfl home of Lester Carter was de- '
molisllOd and his wile and lathy were
killed, while Carter himself and an
other child sn fe red severe injuries.
At Ceueva tho storm wrought great
destruction and in the adjacent coun
try claimed several victims, dead or
At Fairfield 40 houses were partly
wrecked Ol' demolished. The loss
lhere will exceed $100,000. Va ti ge
reports from other points can not lie
COnflrniod became of broken wires.
Trains in ntl directions are abandon
ed because of washouts and destroy
The storm covered stub a wide
area and was so destructivo where
over it touched Ibo earth thal it bus
almost caused a panic among I he rur
al Inhabitants. Hundreds of farmers
drove into the towns, seel.big shelter,
many of them being homeless.
SF.Klot s AcetiM'.M.
Lost fol F.yo by the Hurst lng of Pepsi
A Mr. Pope, who keep '. statu
ant at Slalesville, N C. was tho
victim of a painful and serious ac
cident on Monday, ll" was in tho
?u l of transferring a pepsi .Dla hot
tie from ll crate to an ice box when
tho hollie burst with stich forco thal
pieces bf the glass literally split open
tito ball of Iiis left eye. Mr. PojIO ap
plied simple remedies to tho eye and
(ben boarded a train and Weill to
Salisbury, where he bad thc injury
dressed by Dr. Rrawloy. lie return
ed lo Slalesville on the next train
and went to Charlotte that night h>
have tho eye treated by Dr. Wake
field. The physicians have advised
him that the Sight Of thc eye is lost
for geod and that il might have io
1)0 taken out at once to save the un
injured Oyo. An overcharge of Kits
caused tho hollie 10 bttl'Sl.
rofl! MASKED MFA.
Hobbed Hie Hunk at Cuba. Kansas,
Four men robbed tho state bank
of Cuba, Kansas on Tuesday and es
caped with Pel ween ?G.000 and $8,
000 after a light With citizen-. No
one was shot. After the vault had
hoon ransacked the robbers went to
tho Rock Island depot, hoarded fl
handcar and di appeared in the direc
tion of Hollovlllo. Tito robbers all
woro masks. Posses aro tn pursuit.
PREVENTED MOW YORK ROBBERS
FROM STEALING $1.1,000.
In ? Daringly Conceived Do ht-Dp
Three Men Were Kepi From Get
ting Bunk'? Cash.
Fearlessly thrusting herself lu
among rigorously wielded black
jacks, Mrs. Eva Javornicka prevent
ed y daring attempt upon the part of
three highwaymen to steal $43,000
from the messengers who were
carrying it in a thickly populated
New York street to a bank. When
the robbins made their attack, the
woman, ti witness, ran from a res
taurant and put herself between the
messengers and their assailants,
screaming loudly for the police. Ky
clinging to the robbers, she not only
hampered them in their attempt to
beal dov.n thedeft nsolf the messenger
hut soon attracted a large crowd of
persons who wen? to the rescue.
Frightened ?I the hubbub being rais
ed, tho robbers ceased their attack
and tied in different directions. Lat
er a man accused of having been
une of them was captured and evi
dence enough was soon found to hold
Daringly Planned Crime.
The police department of tho me
tropolis declaro tho robbery was the
nerviest on record, lt being evident
that (ho robbers trusted to their
quickness to beat tho messengers in
to submission and get away with
Iholr booty Indore their capture could
The attack was made in a thickly
lopulated toneuient district, and
nnny saw the faces but. Oinking it
0 bo ono of Ibo numerous drunken
uawls, common in that district, paid
io at lent ion to il. Hut Mrs. Juvor
ilcka, seeing the flash of steel,
bought different and threw herself
nlo tho fray. The struggle while it
asted was vicious. Blinded hy pop
ior thrown in their eyes, clubbed
iver ino heads with blackjacks, and
heir wrists and arms slashed by
calves, tho messengers hung on to
heir precious burden like grim
loath, the woman meanwhile bother- '
hg the robbin's so much that one t
dtenipiot] to stab he:. ,
Wh?n ?.'otP. a. 've,'., two of' H>- ,
nessengers sank to the ground, over- ,
.onie liv tho struggle, and were later ,
liken to a hospital. Meanwhile one ,
d' tie' robbers, his hand covered by ,
ilood from his victim's wounds, was |
m rs ti ed through several st roots by ,
1 crowd of small boys. Du was in ,
i fair way of making bis oscapc when ,
ie bumped into an ofllcer, and his
ixplanattous were so unsatisfactory
ie WHS locked lip. Later Mrs. Jnvor
nleka posltlvol) Identified h I lit as
me ol' I ho I bree thugs.
LOCK I'M) UP IX VAULT'
Ind Had to Be Dug Out by Fellow
To 1)0 buried alive in tho reserve
/ault ii? tho 'frent?n. N. J., postotlice
ind lo bo dug oui by fellow work
con because 110 one could be found
ho had the combination is tho ex
perience of Coaovrtr Thompson, a
di am tit 101*.
Thompson was sent to the reserve
faull to make some con neil ions with
ne new building now being erected.
io bored n small hob- in tho wall
ind vas SO intent on forcing through
i pipe thal ho did not hoar tho vault
loor ( lose. Ile foll suffocated, called
brough Ibo pipe and was heard by
The door lind been closed by Post
nasfer Alexander c. Yard, who lind
,eon called .?ut ol' town. Thomp
son worked from the inside and fel
o\\ workmen from ibo outside nu
il the bolo was larg? enough for
he steam litter to crawl to freedom.*
BROWN KLA IS SMITH.
Georgia Changed lier Governor
on Last Thursday.
An Atlanta Dispatch says official
relbrns from 126 counties and offl
ial counts from Ibo remaining twenty
,t th" voles cast in Friday's Demo
.rat ie primary, gave .los M. Brown,
lor Governor, a majority 'd' IL',eui
?ver i toko Smith cf the i u? coun
ties in Hie Slate Brown carried 0'>.
l'or railroad cominis: inner, Judge
George Hillyer and I". C. Callway
were the successful candidates. The
race for prison commissioner is still
hf doubt. All of Ibo present Coit
gressmen wore returned with the
exception ol IO, B Lewis, in the Rd
dislilct, who was defeated tty Dudley
M. li ii chea.
Death Sentence for I I Bandits.
Eleven men and three girls have
I.n sentenced lo doa til by court
martial at Warsaw, Russia, for at
tacking a post ear al Sokolow. A
I bomb thlOWn at the ear killed two
soldiers and wounded ten. Follow
lng the wreck the train was looted.*
As a Result of a Collision on
ANO MANY ARE HURT.
Tho Honor Occurred ?ii tho Wash
ington, Baltimore and Annapolis
Electric Hallway and Was Oausod
hy Confusion of Order ..
At / inajjolis. Hid.. 1? * n8ad OVL
collison between two special car?
of tho Washington, Baltimore and
Annapolis Electric Railway company,
shortly before 8 o'clock Friday night,
olgut poisons wore killed oulrtghtand
a score of others worn seriously in
jured, some of them perhaps fatally.
Tho collision was duo to a confu
sion of orders, as tho lino has hoon
running several extra cars each way
in connection with tho commence
ment I'estjvitics at the Naval Acade
my. The dead are:
Richard Norton, 25 years old,
Baltimore; Police Patrolman Schri
bor, 40 years old, employed by tho
railway company at Academy Junc
tion: om; unidentified whIto woman,
apparently about 25 years old. said
to he from Baltimore, and dressed in
hall costume: Zach O'Neal, 26 years
old, Now York, motorman of ono of
tho wrecked cars; lint h Slaughter,
six years old, daughter of General
Trafile Managor William IO. Slaugnt
er of the road; J. \v. McDaniel,
Baltimore; George White, Balti
i AI ) B1U0 A KS H IS NECK.
Hy Fulling From Stair Railing Whtlo
While sliding down a stairway
railing in tho cotton mill al. Tu ca pu,
in Spurt anburg County, Friday.
[.Marylee Prince, aged 9 years, foll to
tho floor and broke his neck. Ho
ling home after bavin;;!; oiivrl d
linne- to his tai her. Ho straddled
tho railing at the stairway and start
.d to slide down when be lost bis
balance and fell. The coroner was
aol i lied, an inquest, was held and a
verdict of death hy accident was re
HORS!. SHOT AND KILLED
I nder Revenue Officers by Moonshin
ers in Ocoiioe.
Revenue Collector R. P. Merrick
was bred on hy moonshiners in Oco
neo county friday and though lils
horse was killed under him. ho es
caped uninjured. Merrick ami sev
eial officers were returning from a
raul on illicit stills in thal County,
and had in custody one prisoner.
Thc; ball ilrod at Merrick from tho
rille passed his body and struck bis
horse in the top of tho head killing
OI K MFA Kl 1.1,Kl).
A Boiler Tube Explodes on the ("rms*
A report from San Podro says au
explosion occurred on the United
States Cruiser Tennessee. A boiler
tube blew up, killing four and injur
ing many others. The cruiser has
not eut ned San Pedro harbor and
I he details arc not yet available. Tins
Tennessee sailed from San Francisco
on May 17, and since then has been
cruising in southernCnllforna waters,
lOUChng Santa Barbara, San Pedro
and San Diego.
HAN DH ISM N FAR PITTSBURG
Mounted Masked Men Hob Store and
shoot Up Town.
A dispatch from Pittsburg. Pa.,
says following the holding up and
robbing of ?i Pennsylvania railroad
express train and a street ca.- tho
Vicinity was treated to a third wild
Western affair Thursday when two
masked men, heavily armed and
riding horseback, smashed the win
dow Hi the Monogahela Consolid?t
Od Coal and Coke Company's general
at Kastnian, appropriated
valuable articles and galloped away
Pdow From Bat Fatal.
Al Ka Fayette, (?a., WilliO Wat
son, aged to, was instantly killed In
a gall game friday. WhP.c engaged
in a game with a number of hi?
friends a hat slipped from tho hands
of a boy who was attempting to blt
the ball and struck him over tho
I heart, causing instant death. *