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Says Manning Made Jesue By Espous
iug "Anti" Side.' Favors "Blenniri
-Columbia, April 14.--Claiming that
Mr. R. 1. Manning had drawn ihe faec
tional lines in the race for governor,
Senator John I,. -McLaurin, who is al
so a candidate for that position, came
out squarely tonight on the Blease side
of the issue, asying that Mr. Manning
had espoused the Anti-Blease side.
Senator Mcl~iurin stated that he in
tended linhig all of the candidates up.
Asked what he thought about the is
sues of the campaign, Senator McLau
"\Vell, I stated them in an address
a few (lays ago, Mr.' Matilig has
drown the factional lines in his plat
form, and he and I are the only ones
who have taken a clean-out popition as
to how 'we stand on that issue. I ac
cept the challenge, and, you mark my
work, this race will be between Man
ning and myself. Political nonde
scripts running with the hare and
banking with the hounds will never get
out, of the briar patch. O
"The most iniportant issue is the
wareottse bill, but it. is non-political,
and no one should try to make political
capital out of that. 'ompulsory edu
catIon is a hobby, primatry reform a
fake that has fizzled out and the Fort
ner bill a racial instinct.
"Manning is a manl I admaire person
ally, but politically he has always been
against the masses for the classes.
Hleaseismn does not mean Governor
Bleaso and nothing else, and he can't
rutn that racket over me. lie was
against 'i'llman, so naturally is against
Blease. Mr. Manning believes in the
rule of a minority, not a majority. This
must be true, or he would not have
it led to upset the result of the last
primary. We might must as well fight
it out and see whether the rule of the
people is to continue or the obligarchy
again take charge and disfranchise
enough voters in the primary to hold
them in power indefinitely."
Of the county to county campaign
"I want it contined. It is a good
thing to meet the people face to face.
I will be glad of the opportunity, and
I have no fears of the result."
The Senator was asked whom ihe fa
vored for State chairman.
"I have not heard that discussed
much," he said, "but wherever I have,
sentiment seems to favor Col. Wilie
Jones. There is certainly great dissat
isfaction, and everyone seems to think
that the abortive attempt to upset the
last primary would not have occurred
with Col. Jones at the helm. I know
of no man who has given more and re
ceived less of the hands of the party
than Wille Jones."
DEATR OF MILS. IDA Mc('UEN.
Died at Florence on April 12th. Many
Relatives in this Section.
Florence, April 12.--Mrs. Ida Hurts
McCuen diedi at a Florence infIrmary
this morning at 8:45 o'clock after a
week's illness. She had been in fail
ing health for' some time and about
ten days ago suffered a stroke of pa
Mrs. MeCCue was a woman of lov
able character, a consecrated Clhris
tian andl nobie wife and mother. She
was for' several year's before her mar
r'iage a school teacher. Site was nmr
ried 16 years ago and was '12 years of
age at the time of lhen death.
The body will be carr'ied to Hlonea
Path, where it will be interred at
Broadnhouth church, of which she-was
formoerly a member and of which her
father was pastor for' 35 years. The
services will be cond~uctedl by Rev. W.
T. Tate of flelton, 10. L.. Kugley and
E'. S'. Reeves of Hlonca Path. She is
survived by her husband, three small
children, hter' father andi mother' andl
the following brother's and sistersn:
Rev. D~r. C. E. Hurts of Columbia, T.
ii. lu rts of L~aur ens, S. L.. Burts of
Atlanta, Ri. C. Burts, of Greenville, R.
M. Burts, GI. L. Burts and W. L.. Hurts,
Hionea Path; Mrs. IL. B. Watkins of
Belton, Mrs. A. 0. Wood of Greenwood,
Miss Amanda Bunts of Hon~ea Path.
Prof. anal Mrs. J. B. Watkins and
Family, Rev. Wi. Tr. Tate, J. F. Mc~uen,
J. Hi. McCuen and Wi. P. Shirley. all of
Blolton, attended . tihe intermenat at
The friends of the bereaved Camily
hero extend their heartfelt sympathy
to thme bereaved, ones in this, their sadl
i. Straight at It.
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FIRE FROM MILITIA
STOPS HORSE RACE
Tulsa Jockey Club Officials fanlI OfY
Spring Meet. Several Arrests Made.
Tulsa, Okla., April 15.-i)isregarding
a restraining order issued by Judge Al.
A. Breckenridge, of the Superior Court,
State troops took possession of the
Tulsa Fair Grounds, proclaimed under
martial law by Governor Lee Cruce,
and when an attempt was made to run
the races carded for the afternoon, a
squad of militiamen' fired a volley over
the heads of the jockeys.
With this show of force and the
declaration of Adjt. Gen. Frank M. Can
ton, who was in personal command of.
the troops, that if another race was
started the milltiamen would fire to
kill the horses, otilcials of the Tulsa
Jockey Club ordered the spring race
meeting, which began Monday, aban
doned temporarily at least.
Today's action brought to culmina
tion a contest as to the right. of "book
makers" to operate at (lie track. Mon
day open betting was permitted and
Monday night )istrict .Judge L. .\l. Poe
isued an a injunction prolibiting the
placing of wagers. Tuesday report
was made to the governor that viola
tions of the State anti-gambling laws
continued, and -1ast night the procla
mi Lion declaring tit, track under
martial law was issued.
linhens Corpus hearings,
The next move will be the hearing
of habeas corpus proceedings. institut
ed in behalf of severaI men arrectel
by the State tiroopis today. Application
for the writs was tiled before the court
of criminal appeals in Oklahoma City
late this afternoon. No (late has been
set for the hearing.
Two companies of militia were em
ployed in stopping the races today.
First the stands were cleared of spec
tators and orders given formally for
the discontinuance of the races. This
order was disregarded and ten horses
entered in the first race were sent to
the post. The starter lost no time in
dropping the barrier, and as the
horses entered the stretch the militia
men fired over the heads of the jock
.1. M. Stewart, a private detective.
who had refused to leave the ground;
a stable boy, who attempted to lead a
horse from the track, and a spectator,
who tried to force his way through the
guard lines, were arrested.
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WAltRTON WON SYLVAN (Pr.
Laurenis Couinty Boy First in ('ross
Columbia, April 1 7.-W. W. WVharton,
of Cross Hill1, Laurens county, won the
an'nual cross-country run at the Ui~a
versity of S'outh Carolina yesterday,
making the four miles and a qluarter
distance in 27 minutes. The winner
gets his name engraved on the Syl
van trophly cup. A. S. Williams of
Lexington couipty was second and L. II.
Templeton, Jr., of Cross Anchor was
third. HI. H. lHeard, .Jr., of Columbia
This was a revival of the Sylvan cup
race. For tihe past few years the
race has not been run. Thme last wvin
ner' was Elliott Simkins of Edgefleld
who won the race in tihe spring of
Yesterdlay's time waus good. Tihie
first four men were well grouped at
the finish, Whartoni leading Williams
by -about 20 yards. Templeton wvas
close on tihe heels of Williams andl
Beard was ablouit 100 yardls behind
Williams. Thlere were ablout seven
startemrs in the rance. The otilcials
were Johnm iUlackburn andl Leoni Wil
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