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DEVOTED TO THE UPW|LDJNG OF BELTOjN AND VIClN^r^ AS A MET? FOR
_ ?tw m> ADYERTWraP.
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* INTERESTING BUDGET OF NEWS *
* AND N?TES FRpM ?USY BELTON .
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* CLAUDE A. ?&AVES, Correspondent. *
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! Belton, April i:t.~R. R. PhillipB of
Th . Karin and Factory of Seneca, was
airong those in town today.
Ur. W, C. Dowen, of Belton, had bua
InesB in abbeville today.
Dr. A. B. Weatherbee, has purchas
ed an automobile. "MeU-22" for his
practico. Hanks & Clinksclase agents
in Helton, mode the sale.
J. W. Ashley, a member of the leg
islature from Anderson county and a
resident of near Honea Path, wa?
among those.who had business in the
city of Helton this morning.
A. li. Knight, or the Anderson In
telligencer, left Saturday for his home
In Chesterfield county, where he will
O. K. Livingston, Jr., was a visitor
to Anderson yesterday.
Mrs. O. K. Livingston, Sr., and The music at the . First Baptist
ila ii cht <T. Miss Bessie, went to An-I Church was especially good on Sun
derpon this afternoon. I day. The choir, with very. valuable
.- help from some of tbe other choirs
O. B. Munnerlyn, of Fountain Inn in town, had done a lot ot bard work
wuu a visitor to Belton Sunday. He preparing for Easter abd the congre
utopped at Hotel Geer. gatton feels fully appreciated their ef-r
Grady Harris, of Belton, spent Sun- . ->
daj in Greenville with friends. The Easter services at the Metho
. i dist Church were very beautiful and ef
.1. V7. Thompson, of Anderson, was fecttve. The church was artistically
muong those who had business in Bei- decorated with ???z and white an<1
ton today, ' purpise lilac. Presiding Elder O'Dell
- of Anderson preached a very able ser
Miss Stella E. Lawton, of Belton, mon after which the regular quarterly
anent Sunday with Miss Mollie Mar- conference was held ?
tin of Campbell Store section. The music here waa especially fine
- ' too Mr. Spencer Taylor rendered fiev
Mrs. A!ico Geer, of Belton, was a eral beautiful solos on the baritone
visitor to Greenville today. Jiom and his father played the -cornet.
- Their music waa very much appreciat
or, and MrB.vJoel C. Kay and chit- ed by the big congregation present.
dren Bp?nt yesterday In Honea Path ?
with relatives. Mr. Adger Cobb And little daughter
- of Wure Shdaht^spent Sunday with
Dr. T< L Parker, of Belton, will beJMr. and Mrs. D. G. Smith thi River St
. in Apdofapn Wednesday and Thursday 1 t >?.- ???'? ?j
j>f,thi9 week attending the. Piedmont .Mr. and Mrs. Ross Mitchell and
Presbytery. N children:''!w>re the guesta ot Mr. and
- Mraf-'ar^-tiojc, Sunday.''
W. K.y.Blrlnger, president of the .
Peonies Bank, who is visiting relatives \ Mrs, Jessie B. Lewis had as her
In N?wiftan, Ga.. \z expected to return *guestB for Sunday Mrs. T. C. Poora,
home tomorrow. Mrs. Lucyjjltringer, MIBB Eva Stx?pg>?
**m$M*itfi .>?fo*??- . ? gr7T|?T?&j Peere and Mta^^
MISrva-C.pncavA McAbee and Blanch Kirkpatrick.
Nelson/* of Pi?dmont, ?pent Sunday -in .
town, guests of Mlsk Atlee Clement, 4 "Dr. E. C. Frisrspny Mr. Lewis Seel,
It both to themselves and those who
trained them. T??e Bong by the little
girls was beautiful >and all of the dif
ferent numbers were well rendered
and thoroughly enjoyed. The special
collection for missions amounted to
Mrs. Nichols'of Due West Bpent Fri
day night with ber sister Mrs. L. Park
er, on River St.
Mrs. Mildred Willingham and Mhs
ter Paul were the guests of Mr. Tl E.
Stokes and family in Greenville. :
Mrs. Chandler and fami.ly of Whre
Shoals are visiting Mrs. J. J. Vaughn.
Miss Sudle Kirkpatrick spent Sun
day with her friend Mrs. Jessie ^B.
Lewis. < . : '
Miss May Fant was a very welcome
visitor to her home bera for Easter.
-Miss Isa Shaw, of Anderson College,.
"Spent the week end in Belton with
relatives., ... . _ ,
.-- -r A- .
M'oses Ethel Sauls and Mary Shcaly,
of Greenville. Female College^ spent
Monday in town, guests ?&Mlss Paille
Df.'W. C. Hearth and Gilbert Camp
bell attanded baseball at Due West
this afternoon. *
-- " Miss Mary Gambrell, one of Belton'a i
A very Jutereattng program, was most attractive young ladles, who la
rendered at the Presbyterian Gfcurch attending School at Greenville Fe
Sunday morning. The program con- male Collage ut home for the Easter
slated of songs and recitations by the holidays. She will return Wednea
Suriday Behool and at the close a col- .
lection wns asked for Thorn ajell Or- " ?"" -
1 hallage. Mr. Smythe Gambrell ls also spend
- . lng tho holidays at home. ' He ls e
R. C. Foster, a prominent plano and caroltnn student.
organ dealer of Greenville, was lh _
town on business today. ? ^Mr. Barmore Gambrell a Forman
?-1 , .- _ Btudent *tat home for. the Eastev- ?o?l
i>\ ll. Trainmen and W. ?. Byson, ?jays.
of Greenville, were among these in _
town today. _ _ f At Methodist Oaureh.
- ... A very Interesting sermon was
MIBS Marie Gaines, teacher of the pr,,atebed .Sunday afternoon atf th*
Long Brancb school, spent the week Methodist church In Belton by Rev.
end In town, guest of Mr. and Mrs. T c O'Dell, of Anderson, who Ia pre
\\r. P. Shlrly. _ siding *lo>r of the Anderson District.
, . ,-, w ,i i ." ,."?1 A large attentive congregation waa
Gaylard F Martin, who ts attend- on-batld> icmedlately after preaching
lng a buBldoss college in Columbia, ^ chm.ch went Into conference and
spout thrcd days"io towiv.vary pfeea-1 at th? cIoge Qf fne conference the pre_
antly V^M* .parents. Mr. and Mrs. 8,dmK elder aUted that he WjW we"
J. ?. Martin, returning to Columbia pltMBd and thanked his congregation
thia afternoon._^ for thn showing made.
, .. c. .,_Ttr"",R**v. Martin, the pastor of the church
MM. Leslie Strlbllng of Wostnitols- ^ >reBfeot Sljnday mornlDC at
ter was the guest or Mrs. Panter on n.30 was tBe regular preaching bour.
Hiver Btreet, part of the past week. ,)Ut WHa po,,^^ till afternoon Vin
?? .. . tu ? &.w*t-? oraer to have the presiding elder prea
Tho exercises at the Flrat Baptist . ^
Sunday School Sunday morning wer> _
exceptionally good. All of tn"' youny ? ('KOMER-FKLI.KRS
people ?equltted themaelvea with crcd- ... ^_
- -"~--- 'Jiarriage of toing People Knowe f*
vt > Andersen Comity.
Bil Qi" rir^C?US? M?8S Maym? Cromer arid Mr. Howell
.JlAOfc ?-a>w^**a?a?w c Fellers were married last Thurs
v. day at the home of Rev. D. P. Boyd,
she MS your wife, strug- who officiated.
v ? " . . The bride ta the attractive ?nd.ac
fflinp: With yOU TO mafee complSshed daughter of Mr. S. J. Cro
^ . . . . . mer of this county. She has been a
thC piirtliei Sx?ip a HUS!- very successful teacher and has many
? . " _ friends throughout the State.
neSS SUCCeSS, aOeS nOt The groom fa a son bf Mr. H. T. FeL
;'-4i-i.->iiA. iioe 1/>ci4. lera, ann ia a young jman oT aterllug
meat! that Sne ?as lOSt qualities. He ts.well lrnowa here, hav
. ,. _ A ,.," ring been a atndent rd^NSweerry-f???
heV appreciation Ot jeW- lege. We eongratulate this young ooui.
V?lry. Hasn't it been too l^^*** them mnch 1>?ppt'
long since you remem- CLBAK UP DAYS
ber her in his way? mmpetga t* h*~Zm7t^ tn w** ??r
y . ? "! . tum rsrytrt Teaay
* * A 1k?l/ra2? DDAC Bettofi,'April Arable ir.
H? nlm.d 0K.vf^],erM? s* b??r*>Hown le the CVean Up
T:ff ? r-T Idaya which have been set hy the ladies
?atutftnne i of the civic League, tn order that Bei
dAVsawnMw ^ hi ?ot fell behind is tbs ?^ter
' * ? n ?of Ct*??'Bri rT?ys. Tneaday and Wed
BCltpll. . O. V. I nesday of this week have been mt
" ? ?
Dr. E. C. Frisrapn,'Mr. Lewis Seel,
Mrr Henry Oampbell. M*?* Helen
Woodside and Miss Eliza Neville went
to Greenville tb hear the Easter music
at the First Bantist church there Sun
day night. They took tea with Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. .VL- Woodside and re
turned to Belton,?after the services
were over. *? |
Messrs Charlies Morton, Silas Her-!
ton Ozio Horton and Fuller Horton
have all bought new-Hupmoblles.
The War of
Cleat Kyc, Strong Arm, (??(td Health,!
are Secreta of Success
The man with the nundi, hoth men-;
tal and physical is the big huHlnesaj
success of today.
Hm bodily health la the force be-|
hind the business possibilities.
The busineus world hfts no time to]
listen to the grouch story.
Sour stomach, malaria, indigestion,
coated tongue and a .hundred other
bodily Ills come from an out-of-order
Calomel used to be considered the!
only relief. Modern medical science.]
has provided a far milder and more
pleasent form of liver relief In CARS-1
WELL'S LIVER-AID. n purely vege-j
I table liquid remedy. \
A large bottle - aenbe had for ??0
cents r,t Frlersou'n Pharmacy, Belton, |
SAC. whefe the purcVnse price will be
promptly returned in case you wish
R after trying this wonderful remedy.
aside for that purpose. The business
men of the town have expressed a wil
lingness to cooperate wtfh the ladies
and lt-is safe to say that'no cleaned !
little city will hp found in South Caro
lina when the stiri sets Wednesday
o~ THE STANDPIPE MAN ?
o r f 0
Well here I am again. I have been'
away for about two weeks, and have]
not !>.-t-n ubie io gamer data for any!
news of special Importance for you]
this time but I just waot to call your'
attention to one fact.
While nosing around in Belton a j
few days ago, it struck me that e. j
white way would be mighty nice for
the town and would Improve the looks'
of thingn Immensely. Now the la-'
dl?s of the civic league have been
taxed to their utmost lately in their f
work for "the library and I do not
feel like calling on them to help in
tats move, bat they seem to be the1
ones that have the push and viral
i that will make such a step go. While 1
they deserve all the credit due for the)
library etfort. la which they have suc
ceeded. I would like for them to con
sid?r?t their next meeting this white
erpor during the last gubernatorial
campaign had decided to act as advis
or to Ute President and has already
begun making recommendations as tb
consular and other ?ppintments, 1. e.'
?having Ed Smith appointed before\
election so as to keep him tn a Joh. Ke
(Col. Beard) does not realise that
when he wants Smith-appointed that
he has shown tn the people thut Smith
is a good* man. But Sarita will need
no ambassadorship to carry him
through, for his farmer friends in this
state surely will no', forget what he,
has done for thom and vote against
hlkn. ' Col; Bear*', is uot to be relied
upon as a democrat- any way, for did
he not act ns rame kind ot officer to
the Bull Moose party in this state lp
the last Presidential election? Bull,
Mooae is not democrat, neither is 4em
? berat Bull - Moose.
I have heard that them ls a Hkell
? hood of a political paper being started
here! I guess lt will start alt right,
but it will not last only through the
campaign and 1 understand tue rooney
will be put up by' one candidate for
governor and- another candidate for'
the United ; 8tates senate. I .cannot
say that I- approve et this action be
cause I wanted to see a paper that is
a paper here. Not a political mud
slinging paper that will be a discredit
to lliC? town and ll any of-you have
ever seen "The . Sclmlter" issued at
Greenwood during the- campaign of
IJ?2. you will know what I am speak
ing ot. This. Itt tny opinion, will hurt
the prospects ot a good newspaper
here and for that reason I cannot ap
Srove of lt; But capital against labor
ina in this Instance and the paper
peema to he a sure thing.
I notice The Intelligencer has nom
inated one or two for places on tho
reserve board. Among them ls Will
stringer. ??ii woa?? make ft looa
one tor the place and If am allowed to
mention one or two others I would
like to have one from each hank vs
Helton and wm let it oe known that
John Horton and either one of the
Campbell boya wonld make a nice
team to represent thia section ot thin
?district. Walter Greer would . also
S3? a splendid man for the place
but he ls needed right where le is to
help the affairs along at home.
What has become of JimXiox ot the
Toner Creek section. Onces he ls ?Wl
punning and dreaming of them, fine
roads he uB?d lo be talking about all
-the time, Jim would mske Anderson]
ctrttttty a fine supervisor *?d h??|
friends and neighbors shonld^push him
in Get after them Jun. old hoy, wail
even lt you won't run - foy sap/rvtsor
$wt keep the roads id your neston up
to thc standar?. ' ;
1 . The Standpipe Mar..
Staining w*v! with beautiful colors
whilo the tre*> la still standing la un
dergoing experiment. Th? dy? is m
trofTace? at'the root, and some trees
take up th re* gallons oC coloring field
1" two days. If introduced ?bea thc
rsap if flowing most freely thojreanlts
?3?g3fl? ts inland need-for lnisS^
or other woedwcrli*a0d furnitttre.
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f Tlie Anderson imellfaencer %
g ANDERSON, S. C. V?*Wt Ptffffl?8-!5- 1^
? Book and Job Printing Bank and Cotton Mill Work S
? Commercial Printing AH Kinds of Legal Work ? r |
LOOSE LEAF LEDGER WORK, and ALL OTHER RULED FORMS
ia ' . a . r T ?. ? ? ? M <- in;. 1 t P ( * 4 . i t. ? V WP '
I I-.!,...,-JB^sT^ v .?" - ||
I Give : 14 m s #?*-tf:f5 s Nf*l?f ^#?*l?tf ?FO. JH
?I ?P PUT
States Hit Position On the Question Which He Thinks Are Prom
inent in die Race For Governor
To Democracy of South Carolina: Their will, when expressed ls sit
in becoming' a candidate for gov- preihe. Therefore I snail not oppose
ernor I do BO with the full realisation local option but will favor the prln
of the responsibility which I assume, ctple of allowing the various counties
and in submitting my platform fdr itw determine thia question as seems
ybur consideration,.r also cheerfully Prbper t<> them, with of course;-*? ?
biter my past -recbrd,; both public and 8trlci observance of constitutional
lt, la imposai?!* of course, at this T ?PPbHfd to Restrictions,
stage to^gtsre/,mr> platform In ita en- 1 **t'in- t?vbr bf honest election?
tlrety. but Ir dasi ne to state in un- and ? *lrlct enforcement of our'laws
equivocal terms what-my position ia against' violators Of the same, but I
upon some (of ttoe.-more importants 8ha11 bPPoae any legislation either by
questions angt ?ra of rvltal Interest to the democratic party or by the-legislan
the people) ?c|,*h* state. ' ture that will deprrre the bunibteat
My position upon the educational whri* demoerit et his right to vote,
question ls known wherever I am Durtag--tne,12,yea?s'that I whs a
known, and I -uhull continue to adve- ntember of our legislature I contended
cate equitable; jrapport for our higher voted for biennial aessloas. - 1
< n?i silfmaii iHa??ltuUuiis held then and hold now that annual
Our public school system f te the *es?lbns are not only unnecessary, nut
vitalizing force* that supplies our col- tMfr -hey are a positive Injury to tba
leges and the main foundation of our beflt interesta of the state,'therefore,
revmbllcan institutions. I shall advo- I ?land for .biennial sessions of our
erie r ta? fullest tad; most unstinted legislature.
support- for our- common school ays- ' aTO lb favor of a 2-cent flat rate
tem, with - particular attention to the ,or Paaaenger travel over the three
development ot our rural schools and *runk Itne railroads of thia state .and
education. W? ar? ndw making great th*iT branch linea and a i 1-2 eeot
improvements along educational lines, r?te ,or tbs Independent short lines,
hut this questl?n.-is of trineeesdant A wel1 organized, well disciplined
importance- and- demands our very state militia la essential for the pro -
best effort, j am .in favor of enlarg- tetott?n df the state and the proper en?
our free school Bystem so that lt forcamont. of ber laws; therefore, I
will offer to. every whit? child In favor a sufficient appropriation by the
South Carolina, a good, common school state for the proper maintenance of
education. Its' cltlsen-scldiery.
I ena In fe?or of erecting convenient M shall advocate, as I always hare,
and comfortable school buildings and liberal support lor our ex-Confederate
furnishing all necessary text books soldiers.
free of cost. I think the general principle of
I am tn favor of paying our teach- working convicts upon the highways
era, both, men and. women; salaries ot the county in which they are eon
commensurate with the dignity and -victed is a wiso one aed therefore fa
importance df their positions, vor it. but I am unalterably oppoaed
I neve- always opposed compulsory to working white and negro convicts
school attendance and shall continue together or forcing terms of social
to do so. We should provide every equality in the ?camp or stockade,
necessary facility and enlarge upon I shall stand for a strict enforce
our Impelling, system, rather than re- ment of the/law with fairness to all
sort to'compulsion, Such legislation our people and without partiality to
ls fundamentally wrong; besides it la Shy. I believe, however, that Justice
???sp?u?ent and unnecessary and should bs tempered with mercy,
therefore unwise.. I aimil stand for an economical ad
For Hoads. ministration of our atate government
The building of good and permanent with;' of course, a proper regard- for
hirkrv.^ya will add more to the salue the protection and development of the
of our property and the wealth of ou.' Various' ihterestp of the State,
state than any other public utility. A reckless expenditure ot the public
The effect of good roads through- funds ie a crime, and I shall oppose
ont the'atate woujd.be felt In every all extravagant appropriations for
walk of life, but suth Improvement whatever par po Be they may be na ade.
would be an especial blessing and a The people of this state are already
great economy to .those of our people loo heavily burdened by taxation and
?rho Ure In the country districts. it shall be my purpose not only to pre
I shall stand for the permanent tm- vont an Increase of that burden, but to
provemout of our highways such im- reduce lt,
provement being made under local ' 1 shall advocate a complete revision
?self-government lu the various conn- and reodjustmeut of the ta? laws of
ties. thc Btate and adoption of a system of
Farming is we enter ana greatest oT;asseasnrenr xnUi wu? univ BU
all our industries; In fact, it ts th.; ty bear Its honest and. just propor
bedrock foundation of our economic tion of the bardens of taxation. A
! life. I aball stand for a legislative system of taxation can not be Just th gt
sud administrativa notley that wilt ?>ee ??et r*aeb *vAry nu of ?enparty
give vigorous Huppori io ail agencies equally.
which make for tho full development ? *ciieve In keeping separat? the
Vt ber agricultural int eres tn and for a three co-ordinate branches of the go^
! policy that shall f?ter all other bael- ernment; they are Ood-ordatned and
ness Interests and that ahaU tend to ccnutltutton-made and I shall ao re
induco capital to come Into 'be state gu rd them.
for the narpose.ot developing to the if I am elected governor of the
fullest extent ?ur splendid natutii re- si ste T shall endeavor with all the abu
hv and strength at my comnmnd-to
In tho campaign which 1 made for feoep In constant touch with the WW
governor in 1$16 I advocated statewide tng force of all our public institutions
prohibition. h am still a prohibition- aud branches of the government, and
Ht-by practice and from principle. In s!<alt endeavor to so Inform myself In
my opetitnfl speech a* Sumter an1 in regar dto our public affairs ss to in
many placea throughput the state. reitlgently recommend to we law
while dl*eu*rtng the whiskey question making. wwer of the state those
knd submitting my opinion as to its things that the public weal and the
solution, I uaed this language: n(???? of the hour demand.
"This question la an issue be- in making tho race for governor lt
fore our people; their voices should in my purse oe to'make the Issues plain
he supreme; ??.?! N?Ha*e tn tha rule of and to ti? point* I will ge before tho
tho people, and when they have apoke? people upon a platform every p^ank
u?on a trive? question, lt i? treachery tot which Bha?l stand for what I believe
upon th* part of . their representa- ito be the people's good and for th?
Atves aol to heed their will nssasfasir ttnrelapraeat and upbuilding of our
*d ?t-,ih? ballot bes." state fa all ber interest** * ?m go
v The people ef South Carolina have before'thara with the firm determtna
expresaed their will'at th* ballet ftox -tien that-if i em elected 1 will be the
?sd KftVA dATlared far local rountv oe- uovernor ot the whole people.
Hon. f .-. r. i Joke O. Richards. Jr.
I bollare . tn trusting the people. tPollitcnl A*vm.i??et*nt;>
? *y->t, ...ml- W m.- ..V ... 1 ?Wv-l j
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^ . v .. ?. fi - i ? ?? ;-? fr;
ii MEXICAN y/j& NEWS o
my Associated Press)
Vera Cnn, April 13.-The United j
States battleship Minnesota left here
for' Tampico touay well loaded with]
New Ornfen*; 'Orr., "ApW 13,-Her]
coaling completed and wittt a foti]
e'r?w or? board, tbs United States
transport1 Hancock was standing by
here Jet? tonight, her orlglnat orders
to proceed to Tampico having been
cancelled todey bf Instruction' toj
await further dlspatohSB from Waah*
ingtnn. ?(?' ? >
Early tonight the hospital ship So-j
lace, which was expected to accom-l
puny t??e Hat?cock to Meitlcan waterj,
sailed for Tampico.
Juares, Moxlcc, April IS,-No Infer
matlon was reoeived here today of the
fighting reported lb be In progress
East'of Torre?n at Ban- Pedro and
Parras, and ?possibly Viesen.
Great interest was manifested In
the news from Tampico and there waa
much speculation as to the outcome
of the Amsrican demand for an apo
logy and salute re nh* ting. ?
o TOWIf SLOGANS .
. ' C? ?ol
Town s}?g?ns bave come strongly
Into' vogue in the last two oe three
years, and nearly every town that has
adopted one r?&?h It a point to publish
it by one or more electric signs prom
inently plated -where the travelers can
ace' them, generally near -the princi
pal railroad station. Here are- few:
Illentown, Pa.-"Dwell hero * and
Anderson, S. C.-?-"Anderson is My
Auraria, III. - "Auorra, City of
Birmingham, Ala.-"Traqe in Bir
BrlBtol, Tonn-Vn.-"Bristol Push
Boone. Ia. - "Try Boone, You'll
Cedar Rapid*, ia.-"Cedar Rapids
Suits Me; lt will You."
? Dayton, ?.-^"Greater, Brighter Day
Durham. N. C.-"Durham Renowned
the World Around."
. Easton. Pa;-"City of Resources."
VseaaahBt Mich. - "Eeeabana En
Ft, Worth,, Tex.-"17 Railroads
Galveston, Tex.-"The Treasure lg
land of Am?rica-Growing . Greater,
Jaokson. Miss.-"Shara Jaekgon*?
Masslllon. O.^r"Masslllon Invites In
i Marshalltown, In.-r'Mmshntltown,
Muskeg*e. Okla. - "Welcome to
Vew Orleans, La.-"New Orleans
the Gateway to the Panama Canal."
^Kathvtlle, Tena;-"Nashville Offers
Pittsburgh, Pa.-"Pittsburgb Pro
^Rochester. N. Y.-"rTire Quality
Dominates." - >?
Toledo, O.- "Toa .Will Do Better in
Trinidad. Cole.-?*TrlnMai?. n.tt
Town td Tie TO."
; warren, o^'Ctt- /. oojortnnlty.4
Betten. S. C.-"Watch' fStoltjonV* ' '
-Prom The Eleot?e:r*df iCagssIne.
Kr. Draper's Feneral.
Boston'. Ap*u*h,??fn* funeral of
?F'/irm.P nWm??r WWfrS. tyrsper ??.
\**fjh Klugv ?twi at trae* W?ay?
At th? e^apiusato oe ehe aervlaea'rtas
family ../^m-..;^ ?owwW?*?
dale. Mr. Draoortf home town, where
tl second Vrvtcti ?ral? held.
' -V tr t?o?,-r-> <**f^^|
Oesolntng, N. Y.. April
four gunmen convicted of the murder
pf Hermen rosenthal died in the ek
trie chair at sing Sins gVison '
the break of dawn this. Easter Mondf
morning.. Of the four who di
Prank Seldenshner ("Whitey Lewi
made the only statement: Even he <
not flatly assert We Innocence.
"Gentlemen;" he mumbled as
strapped kia hi tba-chair," I did
shot at Rosenthal. The men
said 1 did waa perjurers. For the sal
or Vistlce, genilerpen, I Bay I did not,
Th? wltaes*Btaaeish-" '
? .-?fWaltefdid not finish the seat- i?
encei The strange harness had bec
adjusted and thc current threw
body forward in the chair. He h
meant fo sky ?hat Stanutah, a wail*
?ad a witness at tb? murder trtt?iW?_^
lied; bat death Intervened. :?.???
BeldenBhper was the second tr -;|
"Dago Frank" (Frank ?iroouftci.:
first."Gyp the Blood" (Harry
wit?) waa third, ant "Lefty L
(Louis Rosenberg) -list. -"i
In forty miautes fia?, all four wt
despatched. This tJrne<-^outd have ?
shortened had lt not been for the ow*
crowding of- newspaper report'
Their numbers necessitated a eh titi
of witnesses - for - eaoii execution. i
' There sf as po outward - Incido
throughout the procedure. All walked
qultely to the .chair,;.bod only their
quaking knees and the sickly greer
pallor of their faces attested that the
realisation of death was apon them.
Oed. i os?et rn? -Oodi'^.gasaed , ?
the Italian. The state ( olectrttdgis
turned the switch.
The doctors said Ciroflcl had mad* ~M
little, resistance to the' electric cq>? 1
trent which registered 1280 volta aid
between g sad 10 amperes. Of the
four, he died the easiest. He had I*-. V?
tended making a statemeat, ba* hi
mental processes had failed him. ., 7;
Try to See the Dead I
New York April 13-The bodies of
the four gunmen executed In Sing Sing "
prison- today eren? !toagbp-'lM^.4(?v,:;?
ib?i ciijr.. Tust of ?iWfcitwy ?jrrwor m
Seldenshner was given immediate t
tal in a Long island Cemetery. Emo
tional thousands followed the under
takers to the WHIIaraburg bridge, over , ??
which the hearse ?ad six ; carriages m
passed on the way totthefgrave, -.tr .-Mt
Where "Gyp the bl?pdv Horowtts lay fl
dead. In the hom* of a Harlem chu
sexton, police reserves were called
prevent people from entering
vievteg the body.- The erxtoa reso
od to a ruse to get rid of ?the. crowd. $
j He had a hearse back Ut? to the 0
and into lt an empty coffin was PlsfJ^S
?and driven away; Many were decafjKfJfl
The nolie? eatlmota/l titat ?AB fhaisfcaMM
and persons viewed the body of "Dago
Frank" Ciroflcl at a Bronx und?r?
er's place, passing by the casket for $a
moro than s's hcu.c, CSroSol's mother, v>
rho wee at Slag Sing during her son's U
hours, was . prostrated at ibtor
I home tonight.
What Wftl peverasrs 8*y? J
Washington. Apr? 19,-^-The ariiirr
??uft today assigned the boundary ?in* vf
between North Carolina and Te*n*ss*e J
for argument en-October43 next
WA* IH ILL M KALT*
ir****? tl.* i-1'''" i?
Caa?? et SaSetde of iMporiant OftoM ?
Im Washington . . ;<
. (Br A-?oe ia ted Pre?s.
' Washington. April 13.-E. P. Hoi- ?g
-rtm???v?h*ef supervisor er tb* la??hn
nareen, eliot sad killed himself a .:
room of ta downtown hotel here leta
today: He was a nstlve or Virgie i
Holcombe's associates believe ?'<
to take hts life through
ever sw ph??leal eaasgt i<
hp bed aoaltwiaily ocant*
recently.v .file. ?affairs were
W. C. Stewart of Fae
\utun to ?*? B.
tere bog term.