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NEAR WAR OK
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
ENTOMBED IN MINE, AF
TER IT IS FIRED
Battle of Striker? and Troops
Lasts AU Day and Bloodshed
is Reported Great
( Hy Assoc lated I'rens.1
Drover, < April i?#-tortee fan.
yon Mine mid Mine Mo. ? al .Matron
are barning, according I? ad? lee* re.
reeebed ut headquarters nt lite Culled
Mine Worker? here., lt WUK aPo snid
w-omen and children from Delagoa and j
Hastias? Bare hoarded a freight train
Trinidad Celo., April ti. A report
HU ld to nave been received from Major
Harareek lair tods, siaiT ?Hat Man.
ug?r'J. W. Cloie, vf the Empire and
Non'bwestrrn Mines, hod taken refuge
??Iiis M ...>i Iiis men in the Empire I
Mi_.it, ?Vilich then had been mealed and |
tired hy strikers.
liedles ef Wemen Eoand.
Trinidad, Colo.. April 22.-The
bodies of eleven children, two women
and one mun were found late today
In and about thc mina of the Ludlow
tent c ol .ny hy a searching party sent
out frc,.., hero hy the Amer ice? llpd
The hodle:, are being; brou Rh t to ?
Trinidad. Colo.. April 22- Six mine
employes dead and two missing; three
men, two women and a h&by . sport
ed to bo entombed in a burning mine;
several mining camps d>stroyed and
.ethers: riddled with b?llela, ?eon tit nu
two hundred militiamen and company
' guarda confronting an army of strik
ing coal miners estimated by strike
leaders.st more titan four boundred
this was the situation when the sun
set on thc third day in the southern
Colorado labor war.
Appalling ls Story.
, The list of dead on tbe side or tho
coal mine operators as the result of
tho day's fighting, included the name
ot William Waddell, superintendent of
JStPftra'ancI Southweaterln Minea of
A persistent* but unconfirmed report
had it that J. W. Siple, manager of tho
Kmpire and Dotuehwestem Mines of
the Southwestern Fuel Company, with
> wo women, a baby and two men, had
be?ftt sealed In the Empire Mino, which
ijmj_hecr, set on fire by strikers: ~f
"ar!" ?ders tonight asserted only
^^tjiiy vN*g"Ua1|f' mei\ uad bo^D
UMlS?Jv , g ttie day'a battle, and that
two'naen reported wounded.
According to reports received by
military authorities, tho fighting at
Aguilar, which followed that at De
lagua, waa partiel pated, in by /tfco
same body of strikers.
Batu? Starts Early.
Tho firing at Deiagua began soon
daybreak, with a clash between
n guards sad a large body of
liters. This light recurred In tho
Us a-ailie or more from the camp,
here ii?e sitar?? gve declared tc hav<e
a to meet the approaching strlk
, There waa hot lighting at close
range for a tew mlnutea and then
.the guards retreatas toward the .-air...,
7?ie pursuing strikers at their heels.
. The strikers reached the crest of the
canyon dirctly above the camp, then
rushed for the mine building. Mine
company reports declared that in this
rush dynamite was exploded by tbe
from Ludlow in steel.ffo
A party of militiamen, hastily sent
from Ludlow in steel cars, reinforced
i ho guards anti arter heavy fighting
Ute strikers were driven back.
Shortly afterward a party of strlk
^.ers-appaared tn the Aguilar district,
. separat? from the- Hastings-Deiagua
canyon ,hy a high range of billa The
: assailants of Delegue la the meantime
had vanished in the direction of Agu
The attacks on the Aguilar mines
Lobar headquarters were Jammed
with strlkasrS at Trinidad and the
crowds' overflowed to the sidewalks.
Throughout the day steady streams
. of strikers passed in and out of the
where lay the bodies of sev
eral victims of the Ludlow battle.
fc?wl Copnor Dull Aa Result
-# Uarht Demands at Home
Now York. April 19.-The crisis of
ie c_j(BS?ry*4/.'-relations with Mexico?
an aotlve agent in last week's'
k deciin?a. Financially, thc prin- '
! sSeet of th? Mexican condition
rfleeted from Paris and London,
inrapntttrngs of Mexican securities
? j?fettdicated with heavy Brasll
nditiotis In the steal trade offer
no nope of immftdiato relief. Con
ttanee bf outgo In excess of tow
lers cut down further tb? mrgln
usinas?. Unfavorable es
United States steel's earn
ite flrat. quarter were oou
U cl ?on? of a wor3e
in? tor tbs' ?o*eB?J quarter.
*.t-J? OJ*?-., ff-I? tor i\p\mi~
freight rates case and ot pos
"f_??r>hlo set lon. New steps
.-iinnt-d the *TTt~ ?
***^*n?? to lapas '
John Hawkin? Succumbed To
Tuberculosis At His Hom? In
Long Branch Section
i Kn.in Thursday's Itally.)
SAWS readied Anderson yesterday
morning of tho death of John Haw
kins, which occured at his nome In
Hie Long Hranch section of the county
Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Hawkins was
a well known Anderson county plant
er, respected hy ali who knew him.
Mc was years of t'-Ke and hu:; been
seriously lil for some time suffering
from tuberculups. For some time it
had been known that he could not re
cover hut lt was not thought that tbe
end wa? HO enar.
The deceased ls survived hy four
children, three daughters, and one
son. The young mao in engaged in
railroad work in Anderson and was
summoned Tuesday to the bedside of
The funeral services were held yes
terday afternoon at i*. o'clock, follow
ing which the body was laid to rest
in the lx>ng Hranch cemetery.
The I.iiKf Call for Home *f Union*.
The outlook for nome missions in
South t'arniinn for this convention
year looks very dark. Von will see
from tbe ligures in this number of The
Courl?r that the hoard ls far behind
and but one Sunday left of the time',
before the bonks close. The only
hope ls for every IJaptlslt In South
Carolina to do bia liest now and see
to lt thut that his church makes the
beat oeffring.s at once and gets it to
Atlanta before, the last day of the
mont.i. This ls our only hope! Great
er obligations, greater problems and
but b few days to nave the day. Will
you come to the rescue? With one
united effort we can save the day, and
bring the State to victory, meeting
every dollar of the apportionment for
both Boards and be the better off by
doing so. Keep your eyes on the fig
ures and give and speak a good word
for the work. Trusting that the last
day nf April may bring us the good
news that our board ls out of debt,
ami L'*ifins every v!c?-pfu*i??>ui, and
clerk and Christian to unite with us
in this effort, I am.
.lohn F. Vines,
V. P. for S. c.
A RALLY AT PLAT HOCK
Baptists Hear Many Welt Known
A missionary rally was held at the
Flat Rack Baptist church Sunday af
ternoon, commencing early in thc
morning and extending thronghout
the day. Several well known mision
ary workers made addresses, among
them being the Rev. Mr. Crane of
Greer, a mountain missionary, the
Hey. MeManawsy, secretary of the
home mission board/the K<ev. Mr. Wil
kins of Greenville/Mr. F. M. Unger of
thRTOltyrDr. A. fcTSmetbers of Ander
son, the ?top-rRob,t. A. Copper, pp
Laurens, and ojhers. The meeting re
sulted m raising a neat sum of money
to be used for misel?mv. A*picnic, din.
ner was served in The woods near the
church. ? ^u*?t' ;-)*.sv "? - ..'
THE IMTED STATE?
The t'nited States Marine corps is
an Independent branch of the military
service of thc United States, serving
generally under the direction of the
Secretary nf the Navy. The corp3 may
be detached by order of the President
for service with thc army, and on va
rious occasions parts of the corps
baVA HO ?erv.wi
Marines served on the snore and
aboard vessels of the navy throughout
the Revolutionary war, two bataillons
having been authorized by the Contl
netal congr?a?-November lb, 1775, but
the present organisation dates from
July ll, 1798, when an act of congress
waa approved fo restabllshing and or
ganizing a marine corps to consist nf
1 major, 4 captains, 16 first lieut va
unts, 12 second lieutenants, 48 ser
geants, 48 corporals, :12 drums and
fifes and 720 privates.
The authorized strength of the corps
(November 1913) was 34B officers and
9,92t enlisted n>ePfc"",^MMM^M^
URIS ftCID ?wT
GL0G5 THE R?DNEYC
Take a glass of Salta if yoar Back
berts er Bladder bothers yam
Drink Mitre Water.
If you must hvae your meat every
day. eat lt. but flush your kidneys with
salts occasionally, says a noted au
thority who tells us that meat forms
uric acid which almost paralyze? the
kidneys ir. their e?oris to expel lt ]
from the blood. They become, slug-1
gish and weaken, then you stiffer with !
a dull misery tn the kidney region.1
Sharp patna In the back or sick head
ache. dhnUnaas, your stomach sours,
tongue u coated and when the wea th- j
er ls bad you have rheumatic t wing- (
es. The urine gets cloudy,, full af,
sediment, thc channels often set aoee
omi iriiaien, OBItglBg you to seek re- j
i;ef two or three times (turing the
? To neutralise; Riese, irritating, acids,
to cleanse the kidneys and flush off j
the body's urtnouft waste get tear j
ounces of Jad Salta from any phar-;
.macy here; tako a tablespoonful M a
glara of wator before brekafast for a
few day.-, and your kidneys will Iben
act fine. Thia famoua salta ts made
from the acid of grapes and lemon"
jolee, combined with nth!*, end baa
been urod ter generations to tinah
and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also
to neutralise th? acids In urine, so lt
tu? tonger irritates, thus ending blad
Jad Batta-ta Inexpensive; cannot la
jure and makes a delightful efferves
cent Iftitfavfrater drink. Kvaaa'
Pharmacy, agents. M
Red Iron Racket
Our Motto is quick sales and small prof its, new goods
every week, 6 special bargain days each week all the
year through. Don't fail to stop at Red Iron Racket
the store with 6 bargain days each week, not 1 but 6.
Our Motto is and has
been for the past five years
in Anderson quick sales
and Small Profits. Let
98c, $1.25, 41.48, $1.98,
$2.50, $2.98, $3.50, $3.98
and $4.98. Don't fail tb
stop at Red Iron Racket if
you need a pair of pants.
MEN^ BOYS' HATS.
AU the new and nobby
shapes, prices 98c, $1.25,
$1.50, $1.98 and $2.98.
. STRAW SAILORS.
25c, 50c, 98c and'$.1.50.
Panama $5.00 value for
$3.48. See our window.
HAVE YOUR NEW "UIT
MADE 'TO OKD?R AT
WHOLESALE r PRICES
The same- high-class Woolens and
first-class Tailoring for which other
Tailors charge you from $20 to $25.
Pants to Order, $5.50 to $7.00
.'100 New Woolens-every (?ne fully
guaranteed. We have the great "NATION
AL WOOLKN M I LLS" Wholesale Tailors'
samples on display, livery piece fabric
gtiarAnteeoSPure Wool. We measure you
and they rio the rest. T,heir ierras are $1
down on Pants and $3 down on Suits
when thc under is taken. Perfect Fit
(iuarq,ntced. Kxpcrt to Measure you.
Wear the Best, (?et in a "National"'Tail
ored Suit. : : : : : : :
ie Matting Rugs 50c.
9x12 Matting Art Squares
Large Size Wool Rug 98c.
Bed sheet 48c and 75c.
Table Linen 25c, 39c
and 48c per yard.
fled Iron Racket
J. C. Burns & Company
rv.- i>_:_ta ck AO
Men's light-weight under- ^.^.T" ~ " "
wear 25c 45c and 50?. $1.25 Bedspread. Our
Elastic Seam Drawers 35c. Price 98c.
iwZf n m^Smm^ here and
MEN'S SHOES. ' - '''.^:?OYS' SHOES
$1.48, $1.98, $2.50, $2.98, SI.48, $1.75, $1.98 and
$3,50 andJ?.98. j $2.50. ,_
-7s - - ? . I LADl^! HOUSE
Special in Men's Rain ? DRESsiiS.
Coats-$6.50 Rain Coat, j 75c, 98c* $1.25, $1.50 and
Our Price $3.98. j $1.98. See these values.
Men's Suits in stock
$10.50, $12.00, $12.98.
?JJ? $12.50 All-wool Blue
- Serge. Price $9.98.
25c, SOc, SStVand up to
; II il.j s
Some Warm Values from
Our Dry Goods Depart
ment. Yard wide Sheet
ing at 4 l<2c yard.
Best 10c Sheeting 8c
7c Apron Ginghams 5c.
12 1-2 Dress Ginghams,
Best 10c Dress Ging
hams, Special 8 l-2c. Ask
Ripplette in all patterns.
Per yard 15c.
50 Silk Ratines, the yard,
35c. Don't fail to see these
50c goods at 35c. You
, save 15c on the yard.
LADIES' WASH SKIRTS
50c, 75c, 98c, $1.25, $1.50
$1.98 and up.
50c, 98c, $l,m, $1.98,
$2.50 and up to ?3.50.
?v/..tms. ..? 1 --.-.
WOOL DRESS GOODS.
..Ssrc "?TIMII i vpiui ai ?fiai;
All Wool Serge Blue and
Black* 48c yard.
Best made Serge, Blue
and Black, 75c yard.
We haven't space to men
tion our full line of Dress
Goods. Come in. We will
be glad to show you
Shoes for tlie wttole f^amilyr Buy Shoes
here and save money on the Shoe bil?/ :
50c, 68c, 98c, $1.15,
$1.19, $1.25, $1.48 and
.Children's White Canvas
Slippers 50c, 75c 98c.
98c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.98,
$2,50 and $2.98.
Ladies' White Canvas !
Slippers 98c, $1.25, $1.50
and up to $2.50.
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We haven't time nor spaei^Hs week to list our big stock. Just come anil see for
you: self. We have very near everything'you need. No matter which way you
?n?yicK)krthe Bargains will he looking at you. :4 : : : : V :
& A ^?1-1 WE B*TV FOR LESS I?? . r' AND TH?^S, BEST fr'OK f< \ Oil
WV O ll Wt? SliLL FOR LESS BOTH OF US ^Aol 1
MED IRON RACKET
I G. Burns & Company's Big Department Store
rillillir OfftA The House That's ?daking Anderson Famous foy Selling Same Goods For I^ess ftiiftliF nAA j
PHONE 308 Mone* .WE ARE ???^ mu wc ?Uti
ll '* .i.'i'.i?tlfliii..n..i.J?Jl ' !- ?"""" "" 'v'V'^.'1'''.' '.' ?[ V ' " ' " ' ' .? Trrfl
IS A SUICIDE
Jehr. CssS?, Gi GicenvUie, Took
Hst Own Uf? With a Shot
Croeaville. April 22.-Mr. John
Coster, a highly reapec.3? and well
to-do young fernier of ?he Tiger ville
Beetlon of Greenville county, commit
ted suicide tliift.JunrnLar Jauahoottpg
himself with a double-barrel shot gun.
Crater apparently held the barro! of
the gun against hin breast and touched
off the trigger wini" mr foca~ '- Rod
barrels were dioohar?;n.i tearing a hole
through the body causing -inelnst
death. No explanation of why "SK toes
hie lif,> wika given. 'No lotterlif "laois
of any description waa left by the de
ceased ospleiulng hie notion at least
nothing of that sort bad been found that he had performed iv ?uoeese?* ?.MARSHALL LAUDS de ittcto' lnterforc" with tiie flag there
up to early this afternoon. operation on a cow. the Syst ot its T-SJ!? nnrcfnrMT should te action." which the audi'
The deceased was apparently about klnd to ^ ^tempted In Anrarsoaj * ?11!. rKJbMUlLJN 1 |enco ?mui,v a^gafca?*
3? years of age.and?. waa..-?'married ^ _-.. . . ?Tl ,.T ' ". ? . " * '
man' but at th* ?me of his oeali. hi? op-=r*..?, ,? want is., . - v "\ ypuld spend. If necessary, every
wife was not living with him. it ia known as "Caesarian Section" >? Vice President Makes Character- American dollar to save a human life.
stated. Living In the house with him fcnown aa "Caesarian Section." 0_T_, IMHUI-. T . !>ut 1 would not spend a single Amerl
waa his mother and several brother?. Tho animal 1 Wonga to Wi L. J***e*fJt WAila On a inp ? C?n ?lfe for ^ tho American dollar?
KL^?? ?fiSL^ ZU ?^TbJtii?n Anderson of the Bnreka aec?on Im FWyk, that arc invested in Meslee.*
? wrt V ^cr^ lanutte y?iaahle. being high- ' X*'*T"T1 ^ereen
\mtrn, ittsna m i o nc ed the B?rgion's Kalie. - - route to Port Myers. Pla., ?here he
M) MITA?C?T WAC Hr. Mitchell poid yeaWrday that the Jacksonvillev Pla,, Anyll 22.-^OutHn- w.iH. a"end MeeUng of the Florida
^JSJ^^^n- Xi?Jrt'T? ^?^UHI*.?*??. ^.rr?'?h.,'? ,c
VERY SUCCESSFUL ? ??????*????TS ?ti?i TZ"^? ""!?L,rT??^.?T ."M r. ,
| QQ^y aB though abe had never esper- M**ieo, Vice-PreSktent Harehall to- Ssttoa Seores First.
lt????, Ah? VW.D* ^ ; I^^TrZ" 1??"m""'' Newv^xp^nt-fl?,,*??,,,?
Th. Bj* O?. um.>m,mtti ?rt. . ^ .??od? of ^ vnt***-, S&ffiS
tr:_i said ?ic was pine or reprisal, not of Jt-l balk line }>illtardVtburnament
?The S*arr Democratic Club, will waa The vice presldeat likened lt when>he defeated If ar ry P. Cline* ot
meei st Starr Saturday afternoon, to the action of a big mah tatting the Philadelphia bore tcalght, 400 to 295.
'^SL\w"''A Anrl! 25*h fe? the purpose ef F??I- <uit of a rouen acaller fndlvkrsa! aa The other winner. Calvin D. hrmsr.
Dr. J. c, AStchvti. ?a trat ana mint srinUlli~ vi^ii?.** ?Maicera, etc a penalty for some offense of Ute lat- eat, or Chicago, outplayed Georg* Slos
inspector for Anderson eras nome- j. 'B. Leverett. secretary, t*r. son. the veteran cueist of this city,
what pleased yest III ilatKII liSSfci tSsl mc' *. T. Stuckey. Presldom. 'tThen any foreign r pewe^ nsal er 400 to 12S.
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