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Laurens, South Carolina
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FOt HAILWAY THIWTS
sxpr-ess anld Rallway Employees'Ar
rested in Conieetion With Thefts of
Goods in 'l-ansit.
Macon, Ga., Oct. 28.--Indictnents
ehiieArging conspiracy to purloin and
tibezzle property of the niIted
States, conipiracy to (lefraittd the
United States, conspiracy to embezzlc
interstate express Shipments Were rc
turned by the federal grand jury here
today against sixty-four express mnes.
selgers, express agents, railroad con
ductors and others.
The Anerican Railway Exipress
Company, presented evidence to the
gran( jury showing that for the first
six months of this year property stol
en from the express 'company in
southern states amounted to $1,018,
The articles alleged to have been
stolen range from fuirs, silk shirts
pocket knives and guns to hogs, chick
ens, fish and eggs.
Of 'the sixty-four persons indicated
all are white and many are prominent.
-Most of them reside between Macon
and .lontgomery, Ala..
There are -flive counts each against
the following indicted:
Messengers-: '. M. Alsabl-ook, .l. E
ilowdoirn, J. A. .Bradshaw, it. C,
IBrinson, W. 11E. Bruner, 1C. H1. Condrey,
Ernest C. Fields, W. C. Green, W. A.
Ilughes, C. E. Langford, J. C. AMeAr
thnuir, Rt. S. .)lcAlichael, C. F. \l.Alil
len, C W. Pearce. 'I, E. Staley, .\l. P.
Stokes, E'ugene C. Stovall, I. J.
Gardner and il. L. locker.
Coniductors and baggage imen em
iloyed by the Central of Georgia Itail
road: C. II. Bake, 0. B. Baldwin, w.
AW. Hlarbre, Walter Crlitle, Lee Dix,
Troup .loyd, W. V. Kirnbrell, 1'.
Knight, N. T. .leKinnon, )an Alolen
don, \V. V. .leeks, J. F. Norris, J. N.
Smith, 0. L. SmIth and W. W. \Voods.
Agents of the Atinerican Itall way Ex
press -oni panly-1lt. C. Chencey, 1E. E.
Cunaway. .1. 0. Hood. A. . Johnson,
W. G. .lixon, cL. HI. Iltodge-s, NI. A,
Sh; rea'rd, W. G. SIirnpso , 0. C. ohn
son ai . 11. Radiley.
'Others I ndhicted
Others 114dieled, no (t'tlploy s-.p\l:tr
v1 in l'trlstw e,(. \'. 'I'. lrest wood, E-'l
Juln'sKen riel.,('rlos .ortlan, lh
'ie lut~ as llnry lia low is1 . . '"I
Col,(. .\. ('rw !so, \\'j) (;1r!j- W..
\V. Wlnoge. :ti \\. 1'. |losey.
e, i(. .is Naid 'Ie, 'liave in
eidd a pa.-Ssword, "\il wh ride?"
The 'mls.er bvilig Yes, ' -l l . -,
and ? iwei given Is Sail to have in-M.
vd the lwr'soni s4e(ekilg to entr- into
megotiattions. for variotis arib h t
he was all r'itht.
The ihefts are sah( to have stau-ted
in ih lie 'crli \\':I-, wheil th1v b k
he1iin1 deartiet of Ifhe express
coipany "Is 1tunabl- to keip u1 with
ilie lmiiiless. 'Xl seii gers are llb1g(I
it) hayve 101-n the tags frornI shittipnel-n
and Pil oil Mew Nlas, add ressin g tlie
11 i len)11t to i (4111 io i IraOP, dlestrtoyji tg
th( shippll~ing ill at -the 51arte titine. A
lt 'dl 'iarty, Ithe iic etit ei-ts 411111 ge iin
it'ost of the( easts, disposedl of the4
51(d1: andI tt udiidedl ithe spoils.
ti1 iic as;e are unre i :he ini g
1efit'' and hpific: 'i. ii 3(8 1' ;i x'
(jerbna finilw'4y Ixr
vt OORT( MA~-V' NO OFG~c
XAO'J OAR~K 'N Sto~Am4 -W' Moqu'
*NON 90 ~% ANn.c, cVt
Ou'I ANF~' GO-\Nt
ToweN .% -
141R3 A Kio *
A flmi Boy.
Hilly had a silk suit ith rnl on
he collar and Cutffs. lie futSSedl'every'
Eme he had to wear this stilt and when
;ked why ho dIsliked it he said, "It's
)O mtich girl."
WHO WILL PRIINCE
OF WALES MARRY!
Much Speculafotin fit London Oer
Bride of the Future lidler
Iondon, Oct. 23.-Pressure on the
Prince of -Wales to marry an E"nglish
girl is growing in volume.
Thlie .ondon Tiies, in a remarkable
editorial u''ll I rsday, took the utnprece
dente d Course of advising the royal
family not to iiarry the princ'e off to
a foreign princess. The other papers
of Viscount \ortheliffe have reprinted
the editorial which is Indicating that
the newspaper leader is now making
the future moncaghy of the country
his own s:pecial care.
The Golobe has also joined in the
editorial crusade to have the prince
choose his bride from the British aris
tocracy, saying: "Our greatest kings
have married with the daughters of
their greatest subject and in the blood
of the House of Windsor runs the
strain of many noble families of our
The bringing to prominence of the
Prince's matrimonial affairs has
caused a tremendous excitement in
British society. Speculation on the
bride is "all the rage."
Society girls recalled that at the
beginning of the year the prince was
reported sinmitteni on lady Iborothy
Cavendi isl, Ilird datlglter of the I)uke
of Devonshire. itt since then she
was marriedl to -Har11(oldl \aciilIen, the
son of tihe publisher. Valious reasons
for the failur of the prince to marry
her, Inlhidin .3ig royal disapproval, and
the duke's unwilingness to have his
dautghter take preedeei(o in' state
functions over the seniors of ler own
fainily, were' citel
Norfolk, the ipremier (uke of Eng
land, is a hachelor. 1ut tle (ikes of
W'estI i lister, Beau fort and liamil ton
(ach ha ve one Imlarriageable daugliter.
th Ditke of Bn~ceuchive The -only
the Duke of MI neielch ye. Th, only
Ot1her difeal possibility is t he .1 ady
lar lon tagie, daighter of tie iuik e
of la ncher','ter and hIs Alerivan
In view of tfhe 'iue dh--iand that
the(! Prince of \a's he ll Oved to he
gutided fix livo only in his iove' of a
wifo it is olsillered lik(ly that he
Vua finlil h. Iv ,tii the,! lower
br anch of 11i' yeta i th
.lte i s n' h tiifes w .o iave set
V- ). k 11! l jlvar "vlv eil
* - * * -e e . .*
.., (),. . N- r. Cheshre
1Dav V of Ware Shoha:. was killed ill an
amilanobile wreck at Greenvi v the
Mir. KErskinev Klli is inl tho hos..
pital with a fratmed leg and ilitel-a
Al i. Alleni Arnold ias reu lrnhd fIro
a1 visit to Is brother)-in..law, D.. 11
We' exten'ld sylnpmihy to .\I i. Th'ios.
Sti linig ini thie reenlt dleafth of hi
I ; ofeons liin jaMhoiol , afteCr Jil ah
5lf.- VI iir in~ Te'xas is iti a
. iit reitives aiifbll.
a o~ti .\ .4in
I the her ag d ifamly. I 1 I
I ' Ai r. W hu ' Sm
In-nds in) ibis seti onl r-il' -.
Weial' indebft-d to1 Aurs. i'.t:i Lu
den for some choice appeleij.
*\t:. anid .\lr'. Tly13 (f'hlll(r5 o
Ale sfsr'. Walt-r. i'Xank,(':, G e , i
Adani .lies alttendedl'( the (ljpsy Slithi
ini'n i in Grzeeniwood Munday.
re '' lcent ly mlet thle fo! lo~'i
fmenath, i'lljingi 'hier' t~eonard, of
Anidern; : I. I. llolandc, Johin aind
Grofrge'(ii I Cuheton, olf Alt. Olive; Tlhrs
ifnd D avidi fSmithI of' W.ater lo, I )r..
ii kC rson i ticd Thios. Freean i, of
Pr'iinefon; 8. l'. Ita sor', of .Al iumt fi.
AlrI. at1s d irs. .Jamen~s CuhiIertsoni, .I. W.
('arlitid anid Kenineth faker', of (Green.
woed, and( .\laetIhewv All'! 1nie, of
The Spidier as a Silk Maker.
ieely mih lX int Isnnd o Ae indIoe' r.
he plaice of Ithe Ithrend ' of the silk
wormn ini the miilnuifatu(,re of' sIlk. It
icla tn1med thlit a fnabrIe has~ beeln #iido
from the Spider'a'5 rtrend 11hn!t tin fo sti
perlor in 11nnny3 respie(ts to anything
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