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Thr^&Jrge brlrk building*, >l?
balli to every two room?, Class
BH thoroughly cu nipped. Camp
tennis couria, basket bull Held,
? ff>*jfi; .. .? V tr
' town,' on two street car line?, l oi
M cst educational requirements. Ex|
/. and wousen. Mtrong departments
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j| ? crfUejre .
jl Writs for ca
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comma in almost
j?^tim Coree in and Iel
? fflej?h thiy'e?:? 1914 P
^J^^^l ^-/e have a nit
> 'tthel&W -Tuesday
I^HBBj^^yrvlca will l>e aa modern
^^Hp^^^QteilMlieilt to local
^.'^?l'<*?8Fade* and to Anderson's many
th0 Blue' Ridge. In
Wm I?BPtotfnls.lbe nawHorVice makos
^??jfflf*?iu\e-Vtb. connect with absolute
fo>?|^ of tho
^.Wtwxern. ' ; Captain s Anderson ad -'.see
?.4;-'Hjj$tpat the new-service will bo exten
?jj^^^ftdvortlBed j?*l>J awrGracrnl
_ 'li;'','Veftiae^\n -. "^tinntsti^Columbia * and
BnjKlf^erc by tho Passenger d?part
it ot'tht>, Southern. Hencoforth, all
GflByjta j&e North, Eenst and Wost.
t-V. tt^onV^ii decision lo do away with
orckont* 'passenger equipment on
^j^^ coun^. '
n for the Higher Ed
um lieut, electric light*, private
rooms, laboratorio*, g) ni HUN i um-*
UK nf 32 aerea, recreation ground*, ii
within easy walbing distance of j.
inte of stud) In accord with high
V ? J.
;crienred faculty of Christian men
i AND DOMESTIC SCIENCE
IV. NT for those nut reidy to euler
*;'.: \. V;
Kinard, Ph. D" Pres.^3
t every ^ay
being a car of
! aa ?bow them.
:e lina of Pony
Tho aVeraga city''of'00,060 or life,
transacts over 80 per cent of its b>" i
uesa.-*wlth people living within CO
miles from such city, and therefore,
auch are' Une "people to be readied,
and to whom the best possible aor
?ice should be given. ?/?..* .,.
That- ia what Anderson really wants.
This she will have In abundance upon
the Inauguration of this new ser
,vice,, which togother with tao service
over tho ti. S. & A. Lines, will give
thO'dty-abHolutely the beat locul'su
burban . and country - service In the
StatoV \ Oreen ville, Spartanburg, Cor
iurnbka, Charleston or no other city in
the state : will have more train ?i per
day reaching tho people within ? ra
dius ot Gd miles, than Anderson. .
. Tho great future, or near ' future,
fact before Anderson ls undoubted?
?th? .completion ot the Blue Ridge
thc CCnSu?u?ti?i> O* Vi?i?di ?v. ?ti ?". 'mr
llevad President- Fairfax' Harrison Jg
*to sive his best efforts, bul uwaitlafP
that day , wo shall now have a nplen^
ditji local service to nil parts of An
doraon's legitimate trade territory,
the very'best in the whole state.,\V.
Anderson knaps' moving.. The fu
ture ofvAnderson is safe, certain arni
sure, and united efforts and continued
cooperation must -Und will continue,
to bring reSulte.
PORTER A. WHALEY",
Anderson, 8* C., June 30, 1914.
NO - MOKE NEGROES
WiU Fill the Oftlce of ReglVer
Reeds In washington.
Alina td," Ga., June 20.-The
federal office holder will Ko abd
cr come back if Senator Hoke Sr
has. bis way,' und indication's ?
that he will have it. Through his;
fluence, President Wilson hss air
got tho scalp of Henry Lincoln John
son, once* oC Georgia, tut until.-this
week recorder of deeds at Washing
ton, and now Senator.'Smith is p. e
paring a bill destined to remove the
office or recorder of deeds and regis
ter of wills at Washington from po
Httcal influence and ?top tue-ouetdhi
of having them filled by negroes. The
bill' make none eligible foV appoint
to en t who has not boen a bon a-fide
resident- of the, Matrlct o( Columbia
for three yearn. .^r
/ROT KILLED IN CARO ROO*?
Arin Cangnt In Wing, Ut??thf>wn
Against FloajRi^t - \
Hoaca Path. June SO.-sJonn Owens,
the 14-year-old son of Cordi Owl
was Instantly killed while work I ti
the, card- rooms. of. the Chtquoia
.Monday afternoon. Fromitafef^*"
formation obtainable it reoms '
ni m. Wblle sweeping, was. caught
?io uv?l?us ui V?v mncqinery ana tnat
his head was thrown forcibly ? agalnrt
the floor.b reoklng his neck and oiab
las Instant dapth. ' Hu father ia a
blind man and mir boy waa the prin
cipal support o? the family.
Would Cross Examine
Him About Woman's
UP TO THE STATES
HE TOLL) THEM
Avoiding the Feminine Traps,
Wilson Finally Had to Tell
the Party That He
Washington, June 30.- Five hun
dred mendip K of thc general federa
tion' of women's clubs marched to the
White boure todny and drew from
iVcWd'ont Wilson a ?mil refusal to
accede to demands that he support
the movement for a woman suffrage
amendment to the federal constttu
' tfoii, The president reiterated his
Statvmbnt to the previous delegation
that'Wis'party had not embodied this
qutHtlon in. its platform, and then for
th?'first time announced h.U personal
conviction that the suffrage issue waa
'?Yhe for settlement by the states and
not by the federal government.
. The women went away plainly dis
appointed und chagrined, . some of
timm talking of . immediate action
against the democratic party. Hend
ed hy such leaden? as Mrs. Ellis Log
an. Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley. Mies Itheta
Chile Dorr and Miss Alice .Paul, they
la?aren?/! to thc white house with
i bands pluylng and banners flying.
(They massed themselver in the hia
! torie east room, many carrying babioa
who added their share to the unusual
scene hy cooing or crying according
:to the speeches.
Once Inside - the white boure the
women made no. demomtra tiona and
allowed their leaders to do all the
tai king. There was no applause ns
the. president entered thc east room,
accompanied by Col. Harte, his mili
tary aide, in full di csa uniform. Mrs.
Ellis Lugan, president of tho district
of Columbia federation of women's
j clubr, told tho president of the adop
! tmn of a suffragist resolution at -a
recent general; convention of her. or
j ganizatlon in Chicago/ She then in
troduced Mrs. WJioy ah* Afra? Dorr.
I The lattor i po he of the strength of
the suffrage movement an* cai* that;
[ fth<s ^situation ha? changed . materially
f There wac h r.hort imune-and than tb?
. president stupiied < forward- and an
? Qwarsd his calleia. *;i .
I "No one could" fall to be impressed
? by this great company of-thoughtful
I women," said tin- president, "and I
i wont to assure you that it te to me
moat impressive*. 1 btivo stated onto
j before tho position which aa tho lead
er of a party. I feei obliged to take, and
I ant sure teat J or. will nut wish, nw to
state lt again. Perbupu. it would- be
more Berviceablo if I. ventured upon
tho confident.conjecture that the Bal
timore cunvouthtn did.not. embody thia
very Important question: in- the plat
, form which it rdopted because of. its
? conviction that the principles of. the
. constitution which alloUed these ques>
ttons to the Slat as were well couskl
' ored principles I co m which they, did'
not wish to depart. - . .
"You usv?-asked tc sta'e my per
' sonal position with : . sarr" to ? pend
t'tug measure. It la u?y conviction that
; t?iis is a iiiniitir for s^iiiomuni by. thu
ftutea and not by the.Federal.gov
rnment, and therefore that being my.
personal conviction and lt being ob
vious that there ls ID ground on your
part for dlacoursg? ...ent In the- prog
"ress you orb.makin r, and my passion
b?Vng for local Sc : government I can
only soy that sine-? you turned away
ff li ni1 mo as. a lc der of a party and
ask'dd'-tne my po '-ion as a man, I ant
titillt?? to state t very frankly.
'! ;" Iee c It states. ; 1
?"I thmk that vory few persons, per
haps, realise i ie difficulty of the dual
duty' that m :jt be exercised by a
president of '.ho United Staten. He, as
president, i s an ere ec ut Ivo charged
..-With the administration of the law?
but he ts the choice of a party as a
leader la policy. Tho policy Is deter
mined by the party or else upon unus
<?al and new circumstances, by tho
'. determination of those who lead the
party. This is my situation as an in
dividual." . *j
I "ia lt not- a fact that we have very
good precedents ox 1st lng for alterlog
] the electorate by the constitution ot
, the United States?" asker Hrs. Dorr.
..- "I do not, think that baa anything
, to do; wl?? : my conviction- aa tb the
best way that it can-be done^ return
edythu president. .
I "It does not, bul it leaves room for
I tho women bf the country to say what
they want' through the consltltutlqm of
the United Statea." : . V.. t .
? r?!ffertalnly. Jt doei^There ia .good
rooin; but I have ??ated my. cdwrtc
Uog, and I have,no right.to ?r&chie
the opinions of others who bayte?dlf
forent convictions, and I certainly
would not wish to do so."
Would GIT? Impetus.
Mrs. Wiley asked if it were a stfete
t matter, "would it not give^he roeve
yment an impetus If Ahe rtaolmlon
Spending before conarreas we?'pSa??
:aoT* . - -. '
t "But that resolution is for an
I amendment to -the constitution,", said
J "Tn? .States would have to pass up
Would it not ho u state mailor then?"
persisted Mrs. Wiley. I
"Yea, hut by a very' different pro
cess, for by that procr?a lt would bc
forced upon Mu; minority; they.would
have to, accept it."
"They could reject it if they wish
ed to; three fourths of thc states
would havo to pass it," interrupted
"Yes, but tile other fourth could not
reject it," Bald the president. I
Called u Baili.
"Mr. Presides* -dont; foti think that ;
when thc constitution was made, it,'
was agreed that If three!fourths of the '
states wanted a reform Itiiut the other]
fourth would receive it also," persist- !
ed Mrs. Dorr. '
"I cannot Say what wa? agreed up- '
on. 1 can only say thai I have tried
to answer your question1 and I.do not
think lt ls quite proper that I ?lb- 1
mit myself to cross examination." cou- 1
tlnued the president. |
"Thank you, Mr. Pr?sident, for the;1
courtesy," replied Mr:?. Wiley.
"I am very much obliged to you. It
has been a pleasant ocruslou." said '
Mr. WllHon in parting. J
,-,;"? . ." " t-*_
DK. f>. n. M KL I, Kit DEAD
Town ville Physician' PaWed Awny
i ..- ;i(.?.?a> :>;^ihi . ...... (
Dr. S. lt. Iirilci .di.hl at his home In
Townvllle Monday night at 8 o'clock
of a l omplicatSoft of diseases. He had ,
been In ill health for rome time nud
was taken, wor^e last Thursday, und i
his death war.' not unexpected. He
war 59 years of agc. ?
Dr. Heller was borr i.i Newberry
and after practicing medicine there
for two yeara^rnioyed to Townville SS
years ago, ^vhftro.'.hn' (?fig |lived ever
since. Ho'wac a graduate of Col. Pat
rick's military school In Greenville,
and later attended thc South Carolina
college at Columbia. Later, he gradu
ated in medicine at tho Charleston
ile leaves hie wife aud elghf chil- ,
dren. Hla wife waa Miss Elten Cro- :
mer, daughter ot the late Ljewis Cro
mer. They were, married Injl87,9. The '
following aro thc children: ! Dr. J. R. 1
Heller, of Pair; Play; Joe Heller, of 1
Sandy Springs?.'Dr.- W. B. Heller, of
Lavonla, Qa..; ^r.i. Furman Bole man. 1
of A ii RUB to. Ca ; Misses Ven le and 1
Hernie Heller and Guy anea. Christo
pher Heller. , ,. ? 1" '
. Dr. Heller war- a membejr of the i
Methodist church. " The funeral and 1
interment were, held at Smith's Chap- i
el< Tuesday afternoon at 3, o'clock, i
conducted: by the pastor, Roiv.. W. S.
Myers. i> kt* ;', ' -- : | .
JUDGE EfiHNCSf 6?RY
- .. >M-Li- \ ? ... . I
Nephew of Gen. Mart Gajry and 1
Himself a- Man of Much
Distinction . I
Columbia, June 30.-Ernest i Gary,
Judge or the Fifth JudlciaK ?Ir??tt, ;
died tn Columbia today after a~ long j
Hines?. He waa horn at Coker Imsy. l
in Abbeville cdunty in 1669, ?nfl wis 1
but 66 yearn old. . He W?s elected J
Judge November/ 2G, 1S92, and: has !
been. upon-.tho bench .cojntiuuonsly
since. He. married-Miss'Silz? Bara- ,
well Rhett 10.years ager \ \<V ,
Judge Gary war. a ron of. tho'; late ,
Dr> Frank F. Gary,, who for ;, many
years wa- a prominent man,In Ao
ville and,a brother of tho distinguish- ,
ed r?ldl?r. Gea. Martin Witherspoon .
Gary. The family Indirectly desload !
ed.-from John.(Witherspoon, or G|as- '
gOW. ?;'. ... ??s J
.Judge Gary's .mother ls yet living '
at Abbeville at quite an advanced iga, j
She was Mic a. Mary Caroline Block
burn. ! :'] v .1
i Judge Gary .Was one of the leaders 1
in. the reform movement In 189o- aird' I
in 1892 succeeded^ as Judge, Gen. J. H. "<
Kershaw, who retired: Had not- Judge -'<
Gary chosen the Judicial career, his 1
friends> have ? freely ?asserted . that he 1
mlgbt hare. had. any position In the. l
gift of th? people. He was ? mah wpb 1
made strong frfendr. He presided 1
Over many notable cases ,in~ this ?Ude 1
and his decisions su>od the teats'bf 1
the higher courts better than' those ?
of aDy other ol*cult j judge. ,,-;>" r,. y i
He. ir- r.utvivted by his widow, his
aged mother,- and twp brothers. Chief '
Justice Eugene B. Gary, of Abbeville} ]
and ux-U. 8.. Senator F. B. Gary, ot ]
Abbeville, who also is now a circuit
judge,?,' $ $ ? ? r- -j
P?enle at. Shady Grove,
The former pupils-of Calho i jr ,
Shady Grove- school are cordi? y ia- :
rited to attend a picnic on the <-cbwj j
grounds on Saturday a rt er no? July ;
4th. Strip? wer, fill?d jun?li ?frtj? ?
Waringa Vf ere Defeated. 1 ) W
Augusts. Ga.,-Juno 30.-rE,.- V., ,C?r- ,
ter. Jr., and J.;K: Or*J,Jr.,%othof At- ;
tanta,- today won iouhlea chain- .
plonrhlp io tha Southern States Lawn .1
Tennis . t?ur*a??Bnt;'? hero, defeating t
the Waring JbW?m U|H ?j
c. 7-5. Today's /match waa a play i
off of yesterday's tie", whee .each team i
won one set, tho third ba in g a 12 12 i
AU Day Singing. t
Ibero wlli bo an all day singing at J
Mt Tabor church, two miles south-: '
west of Central, on the third Sunday I
tn July. The . public ls cordially IQ- I
vitod tb attend and' eapopially all ]
sloging leader-. Coma and r^rlug i
song booka and dinner baskets. V I V i
FROM CHARLESTON TO THIS
C?TY '/V 'T
Will Mean The Saving of Many
Dollars to the Buyers of Thia
. . Section o? 'fes? Country "
. (From Wednerday's natty.)
Effective today a new rate wilt be
granted by tb?' railroads from Char
leston to Anderson and to other cities J
and town? in tbi>- Immediate, section., i
The new rate will mean the saving '
af thousands of dollars. ? -.. ,
Anderdon people know what a fight
ha? been waged for freight rate re
ductions in this reetlon und the. news
that this reduction has been made
will be welcomed.
The new tariff reduces the rates
an clasres three, four und five, and
also on classes A nnd B. These class
es cover canned goods, meats, iron
good? and other, commodities.
Good- shipped from, the - north to
Hie south by water may be transport
ed from Charleston to the up-country
with less cost. No other reduction of
thia kind could have-'the effect that
thin one does.: Charleston being, a
seaport town will get a groat deal
more trade for .the lesser coat.
Merchants in Anderson will be ben
efitted by thir change. The water rate
to Charleston is also rory - low and
with -this .i eduction there- wilt;- be -a
great saving for'Anderson.
THE CHURCH CLUB
"The Trial of Jesus Christ From
A Legal Standpoint Discussed
By G. Cullen Sullivan
The Churchman's Club of Grace
Episcopal Church hoard one of the
beat addresses G. Cullen Sullivan has
ever d?iv?red, whan he spoke before
that organization Monday night .The
meeting took place at the home of W.
B. Steele and was largely attended .by
the members of this popular organiza
tion. . . ..ff .
Mr. Sullivan epoka on. the subject
"The trial of Jesus Christ From a Le-,
gal Standpoint" and he made a great
Impression. He had prepared h i s re
marks with great care and his . hear
ers were delighted. .' !
/ AN UNUSUAL ; ACCIDENT..
Plying Nail Punctures Jugular Vein
.. -u.u>l ( arppn 1er. =.. .: j ? fe < ? ;. ? :r
J. KL O wi HP, a carpenter at work on
the .Glenn-: street - school .- buildings
came near lo3ing hts life from IOSB e5
3?- blood Tuesday morning .. wie? o>'
10-peany wire natl struck him. pun >
turing the jugular vein on the left
side ol his neck: . .'
The nail rtuck through Mr. Ov^ings'
aeck and was pulled out by Foreman
Will Telford, who- quickly grasped
tho wound to keep him from bleeding
to death until medical-, attention
L-ould' be secured. ..
rMr, J. E. Barton happened to be on
the. reena In bis automobile and the
wounded, man was quickly rushed to
Dr. J. C .Harris' office, where ho was
jlven attention. -
Mr. Owingr came to Anderson from
Polzur, whare be will return, aa Boon
u-.- hq regains rufhV.ent strength to
stand.tba tslpr '. -c. .-"
PEKACH1EB8 FAREWELL 8?BHON
.;,,;- >,. ,; i.,-. ,.?,.). v. . . ,.n>wi
itetv. ,W. T. Ta?e Eads Pastorate at
. J- ? . lk'U?m ! ii-. J
Belton. J.uno 3tKr--TJ?e.,Rev.. W. T,
rata who has teen pastor of the First
Baptist- church here since- January -!.
IgJMh preached bis . last Bormon to the
congregation. Sunday nighty-taking as
its text James .1:2-5; -theme, "How
o Meet Temptation and Why." ?Mr.
Tate handed in his resignation, to the
mUrcb three month's ago,-io .'taks ef
fect July 1. He has endearedlibaseis
tb the people, not only of lils^ own
congregation3, but to . ntl the people
iuring< the years of his ministry* ana*
?a- with s< rrow and regret *tn?y ?ive
Um up. ,-?o and his noble wife have
?ee? a great forc? in carrying-tm th*
?wk of tb* Lord het-e, and the.chut .:
^?aB 'prospered- uhdor his ministration,
th? community bettered in moral up
lift. He ia a man found alwaya to ba
sn tho right side 6f every question,,
ind^e.wl?^ha sorely missed.
Mr./and'Mrs. Tate will leave next
Wednesday for Batesburg. where -
aaa accepted tho pastorate M the
.QNE; NOVELTY HAS BEEN
ADDED TO EVENTS
Handsome Prizes Have Been Of
fered By John Linley f?r
Winner in Auto9 Races '
John Linley and those who are as
sociated with him in the celebration
of July 4 in Anderson are determined
that it will be a great day and they,
hate' made many arrangements for ;
the entertainment of the visitors, j
The decided event df tho day will bc '
the "slow" automobile race. So fur
as Anderson people know there baa
never boen a race of this kind In
Smith carolina before and on that ac
count th'e interest will be doubled.
Tho following are the three classe?
for the flow race:.
1. .Open to automobiles not over
I 2.. Open to four-cylinder cars over
3.'i'Open to-all six-cylinder cara.
The fast race will be. open to all
and'some speedy cars will be-seen.
Mr.. Linley. said laet night that a
dumber of people Have already en
tered their cars.but be is anxious'to
have as many entries SB possible and
trusts-, that more, will appear before
the Fourth arrives.
As everything vin .connection with
the'day it- to be freeV the prizes can-,
not- bs ver."'- cxpqnaive but- he has a?-?
cured.a ni.atber pf v?i'y ujscful arti
cles ;'tb dffrr as ' prizes, among these
belng^ps^lf-i'jplug1 ,,pumpV a hand
Klaxonv f outside -casings, ? inner- . t oben
and; other flkb prizer,f which will be
offered in this ''cvefc'ti1 liV
Thc aW?mbhiie races .will prove to
??> th? drawing1.'bard of ."the day and
with ' that evient fdr ti?: morning and
baseball' 'Tor' the -t?tl?rnoon Anderson
people will haroUy. bu boxed. .;? - --?
GREENVILLE IS HOST
Big Picnic Tfllt Be Given ?n July 11*
Greenville. June 30.-The citizens
of -Greenville will be boat on July
17 at what willi be the greatest picnic
ever-given in this section. All people
of this section are invited. Congress
man A. F. Lever will make the ad
dress of the occasion and.dinner will
be served to the> 5^000. ?o- moro who
are expected to come by the . people of
the city. Baskets will ? be - con
tributed and the dinner will be served
in' the city park. - Tb ia -greata'"get
together" gathering will:,be-given un
der th? supervision will bo.given un
der the sup?ryteloei-.Ofw^be|;.t^amber
of Commerce. Ali,latona, will- close
.upon that day and th^i city;?Wlll de
clare a Holiday it? honor; Of the. visitors
r?mvuie -rural districts.' k " .
' 'The decision to hold- Cnn picnic; Waa
reached; today at a meeting;? ot cora
mtiieeii- -vhlah have, been st.-. work on
. . mn. .-ii-!
' , LOCATE .PERMANENTLY
Palmetto Detective Agency Leases
Office Space in.the City.
. <Fro^ .Wednerday'a Daily.)
The manager, of thc1 Palmetto De
tective .Agiricy*. . ,hes,d(iupartera if*
?ha,rlestopi j ^hhounc?d yesterday . that
hls?sybagetn?^?t-.BatabltHhed tn An
derson wilt reside in-.this ti\y perman
ently;] iiHeAt?? Jatead th Anderson
an^.^ili^ftp . tfmt?number' here, he
s tuted/ 'yip''i>mc-e^M?aVtcci? rented, in
ver BuU ding/.4 and-, itv. ? ; ajb?ut three
to comptot?sM^. b?i?dlpg, the Agency
will he located :ih. this buildlnK. in
th? meantime-, ' ?ho business of the
?cenov ta to 'b* 'secured through com
SOTica* ?es . hy- writing t?f lock box
Nb: 402.-. ' ?? ; j I .
THE ?08?T? AT PELZER
Several Attractions for. Friday and
J Pelzer lr planning, in fact already
has planned; 'for a big ; third' and
fourth pf July. Friday there, 1B to bf
a big baseball game between Pelze?
and Anderson; a musical concert anti
moving pictures at the School audi
torium. -iiV'f*?v<-.. '?- '
- Saturday there will be a number of
attractions In the mprnlng, corr.isting
Ot the. mort^nartsOf^diJtyents. .fol
grounds. In the,., afternoon Piedmont
and Pelter wlllS??xiSjSS?e of bail
?nd t|ie*e*Ia,.to"be. a?.??ncett, by th?
Smythe content hand' and again at
night,there wilt be.?5?moving-?picture
show, at -the school auditorium.
HONOR 'GIVEN VENEZUELAN
Last Tributes e^B?fpe?t Shewn by
*\ ; . America to D*ad,
WarhlnitohV .Tune. S^-^L?st trib
utes of Respect to tb.e memory? of Dr.
Here's Some of Our Work
Wi ar? proud or lt Just aa ?e re proud of
every m?morial, public or private, wo ve
ever bulli.-. . Belter stlll-our cusluinera are
proud of tb?ftn-'t?oy tell us *o and will tell
y?W<^aubailt designs and give you the beue
flt of our loni? experience without charge.
We want to tell
you or our luiprov
eu facllllius for
rials "f peruiaueUt
beauty. We ivSoT
you to know bow
.car?rully we Select
i b oro UK li ly .
our wort Ia
done -and best '
ul ull huw con. .
aro In" every
wm?imm* ..Our .
. p.rlco? ari?
uv. today . ?Ad
i*-t IIB. indu
your .prom e m.'
) ile Comptny,
Crrtnwood S C
OF THE KILLING
As Brought Out in Evidence at
- / ?" ..,,iV,. J". A
CoroheVa Inquest at William-i
sion. Monday Night
(From Wednesday's Daily-'
Solicitor K. P. Smith and Coroner
Hardin have returned from' Williams^
ton, where they had cliarge of thc in
quest -over the body of Wm. Kelly,
who was shot and killed by C. O.
Pobre.'.. .The. dead man leaves a fam
ily-of hfs wife, and eight. Children,
and -tile funeral Tuesday is reported
to have been, very largely atlended.:
There ^wac* .sonic interesting evi
dence brought out at Un.- inquest, and
while aimn- liiaucrs may bc cleared
up later on, the fae ts,, as presented
look hard for thc defendant. Tho In
telligencer''r tared '-Tuesday morning
that an eye''witncBu had-stated that
thc dead 'inon' War in hts shirt sleeves
and had, iiifchandsvover his ?head when
ho war. rhot. . .Some other details
brought *j'ut;a.t: tho- ihqUest rate to the
effect' that after he had emptied his
pistol Pobrti att?farit?d to reload it.
plty' fbr ?ms 'sl?yeV^lF'ollowIng is some
or'tt.o -testimony^ ;*tstken at the in
quest .. ' . ' y . . ? .'"'?*. * ?
... Dr.,' foanlr. -bander, a physician of
th%-p1a??/'b1eInR'^?j?'.sworn> gave the
"I.: found - tor.v-Kally about 10:30
o'clock, .ibis - nVorillng ly-ue in - front of
Sullivan's' fttordli'-' His pbysl?h? cbhul
tiohv at that tirno .was, .d??;.--0t : the
greatest -.'d?nger5*v.?' H^.tynr vurferin g
from* th? .^effects. ?fVfo?rAw?ubd?' fre
e(.tabitshmout(,wbaro I?-examined tho
bbdy ian^fdonfr^S&4 fal loving marks"
O?'Aviol??c?tn i'flrsh wound;., bullet
wound 1ft llhe ?with left nippje .be
tween rtth^wdtsiS ribs, the. estit being
between1 ?'9tb nno^'lOUI, - rib**-;Second
wound, na*. lett ?aide,- midway -.nf crest
of. left ilium and cymphiBis of public
bone,, its exit being, through' ' guttus
maximus' neatr cdiys.' Third wound,
on ride of left hip, threo incher. below
erect ot J ili?m, : exit. being-' through
gut t UH maxim un muscle, on "a lovel.
Fourth wound/.-.three inches- lower
down oh leg on same opie as others
-no exit. v. Either of the. flrst two
wounds mentioned would have caus
ed death, in my opinion;' His death
waaf due to hemorrhage and tho
A. -Q?, . IMqckney,!. Well.. known - rosi
ih nt of Ihio. placo; being duly, sworn,
testified ad foliowp.: t '..
"I don't reine tuber'tho tirjin. but I
mlnk ^t^wajttabouf^lh; o'clock. ' I Was
tn^ffont^rifif?riruHra'* atora and saw'
tatt %ifllilk*NSwffa'$ *? ? Orlmn's
pharmacy-and'iro-between drug store
and .SuiIIvatf?. *tffr?jfc!H? was .JiolloW
entrt?tf'tlft.' allef^'sawrv Mr. Kelly,
whoTjfraHoIu^^ Mr. Poole.
whoso^hBftk' 'wd*. turned toward nie.
abpM'W,*>)f^ the side- '
walk.w%r^:I,-wenr:fftandlng, Mr. Kfel
mmmmm GUi?t sleeves both banda
exteha5fifc\& front/of him open.,wittie
Mr. Poore-wos'with his back to tue a
little, to the. right? o* Mr^Kplly; .Mr..
Po uro had a Coat. on. Aa Icaine op
posite tbeni I beard. Mr. Kelly oby:
"I waht.to tfell you that you acted .a
m a d- dirty i.way yesterday. I bavo
no gun ^nd^tttot?^r.' if ..you have.i
I wanted td tell yotAhlt." Mr. Poore
said?.V'tt'^Twma^me, Joe Kellyv'V
Mr. Kelty made no move that I saw.
Mr.PodreidreWTiuV pistol from his
rlgb?'?i?n?'pan ti 'pocket, 1 think Vals- ;
udtit'wlt)i bol??uroX and, fired until