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Druikene.s on ('arl CausMe of 'Trou
lIfe. Still) In Autitotnobilep.
lRehinond, Va.. .June 11.. . ur
leson, 23 Years old and 'iitarriled, of %
Williansbureg, Va., a conductor In the I
Vmpli;y of the Virginia Riailway & Pow- f
ov&r coipanty, was fatally stabbed by
X cr'owd of negroes in Sout h Richmond '1
late tis1 afternooni. bleeding to deait t
on the running board of an autoinobile
in which lie sought safety.
llriIoin 's slayers iilade good their
escapie before the arrival of poliee
und as far as the authorities know
till art, at large, although four negro
uspvcis had beeni arrested up to a I
1,1e hour Ion ight. and are beIng de
laited inll Third police station. They I
were subjected to a gruellng exainlna
:lIon ;:1d ar believed by pollee to be
imlinated il 111 Wiling. If one or t
more are not, Iliri eson's actial slayer.
Th troubh arose over a di ru nk en
a oblstrerois niegro lasseiger,
who upon beiig aiproalched by the (
vonductor and ordered to desist, be
nii ablusive and cuirsed the street I
car man. The latter sought to eject tile
inruly black when other blacks ral- j
lied it his aid. Tlheir actions becanme
No en Inacing the coniductor juinperi
from his (.at and sought escape inl
an alit omobile whicb .WaS proceedin:
alongside the t rol k v and whose driv
vr. sensiig the danger to the street
car mant, siginalled hiit to leap aboard.
Thlt blacks followed and, dragging I
liiriesol fl o t hot tle au11tontiobile, in
flii'ed wouinds with knive's that short- t
ly aft rwrd restilted in the dieath oni
IhI;I nin board, Whenl anl amlbul
la nie arrived in r'sponse to an e'miter
getcy call lillrleson was dead.
The mu irdle 'r took place inl what is
1nown as 1the black helt in South
IRichmtonid. The cri me has caused
1m11uch excIitetnt and a con siderable
crowd of blacks asseibled and teni- i
porarily at least fristrated elforts to,
appri'h end the slaer's of liN ri son.
Very Next Dose of Treacherous
Drug may Start Trouble
Calonel is idanugerous. It ma1y salivat
you and make you suffer fearf'illy fron
soreness Of giuiis, teiderness of jaws nuld
tethl, swiollen tongue. and excessive
;Ilivia drililing froiu the mnout h. Don't
t rut aloiniel. It is miner r : qiicks lver.
If you feel hliious. headac-hv. consti
pateid and all ktnocked out. jist. go to
you r driurggist adiii get a biottle of 1)1)1
.'on's Liver Tone for a few ecents which iI
is a harmnili'ss vegetable sulibstitite for
dlangerous caloiel. Take a spoonful and
if it, ioisn't start, you i ver and
straigltin you up het te'r and quiker
than nasty i'almiI and withotit. inakinM
you sick, yoil jilt, go hack and get your
If you take enlomiii' today you'll be
iik ind nuiseatedi tomorrow: biesides,
it imay salivate vou, while if y'ou take1
I )olon's I ' i'r Toiie you will 'wake uip
troing' great. Nii salt's necessary .i Gie
t to thle ichilirien hieauise it is IMerfectly v
hariinless and can not salivate.
ully cap ret t'i~y heI deeomn of
serous ill ess At t e ist sgn o
fret uln ss, eve , coiccoatd t ngu
or oldgie acorseoft oldr
lia le r. Tho nt n's Eas T eth r
years o n i watch clrEn T~e-e
fprepaenb yrevn h duigvhe-rteetin of
periou. ilhaes nve thadado fitgnor
fretfulnces shevers colic, coc feenguie i
r chod1 giemedy cours othetld re
mand iote.h meit m~oeun
or wifteen "yarsithis cinowifiaely
pirepared pyoresriing hof asuccessfu
hiahy speciait was bornIfe winike itn
dreds and hundreds of such untolicit- i
oil testimonials frontmappireclative'
parenti, doctors aitd druggisin,.
Dr. Thornton's Easy Te2ethter is a
.sw('' piowdier that children like anid
take miorie freely than sticky syrups
or lilulil mtedicinen. It is comiposed of I:
antiseptics, . digestaints and granular 1
stimulants thate work efficlently anid
harmtlessily on the stomach, bowela and
kidneys. I positively containa no
optates or harmful drugs; this we
guarantee. If It falls to help your
child, your money back Immediately g
wIthout questIon. Twelve ptowders' In.
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[ASKEID MEN SEIZE
Viarning Viven After Drive Into Coun
try. UInble to Identify.
Anderson, June 8.-Robert W. Sulli
an, secretary of the Orr Cotton mills,
nd Miss Ruby IFloyd were kidnapped
rom an automobile in front of the
oung woman's home here late tonight
y a band of masked men who "gave
hem a lecture," as they described it.
The man was warned not to be seen
n .\liss Floyd's company again, he told
>olice, but he denied reports that had
eached thom that he had been .beaten.
le and N Floyd and the latter's
nithetr, Mrs. Ada Floyd, informed the
iollce that. the metn weie dressed In
'egalia rescminlmg that of the Ku Klux
Clan, atid Miss Floyd asserted sh3
vas positive one of the men was a
tegro. The couile said they thought
hey would me unable to identify any
if thelir abductors.
'Sullivan, who is about 31 years of
ge and in addition to this business
otinection is secietary and treasu ret'
f the South Carolina Cotton Manu
acture's' association, was recently
aken inl custody at the home of liss
loyd but no charges were made. A
harge of "disorderly conduct" w'as
inde against lier, however', as a result
of remiarks atti'lblited to her in a con
ersation with a neighbor iwho had
omplained to the police. She is about
8 years old.
The masked blanid calmei up tonight
n two automnobiles and four men put
'ullivat in one machine while three
ook .\liss Floyd in the other and rap
dly left towl. Police were informted
y Mrs. Floyd but the only clue they
tad until the couple returned was the
rk of st ruiggle rounil the (ar's.
'hey were uniable to ascertain which
Vay the (ars went.
iEW PIRESIIDENT OF
CHINA IN PEKINGt
kpiillts Wi Tintg Fatng, Fortmer '. S.
Minisiter, to Premer's (fie.
l'eking, .1 Int 1). --1i Yuan-I tlung,
lie presidenit deposed by the mIlii
arists in 1917. a tred inl Peking to
lay, and assumed the presidency. I4
-'nie from Tientsin inl answer to ani
nvitation to succeed Tsui Shih Chng,
Presidett Li 'nang-'llung issuel his
1irst mandate shortly aftet' assuming
tic'e today, appointitng as premn ier,
\im Ting-Fang, former minister to the
'nited States and since 1917 one of
he stlroge:;t slipporters of the Canton
1:ov'ernm1 1ent's struggle against what
t tormied the militarism of the north.
It is nliderstood )r. Wit Ting-Fang
ias aecepted the prettiership. In the
1)0ut tntne Presid'n t Li has desigonat
d Dr. W. W. Yen, foreign in itister
in1der thle la.,t , remlier, iai g Shihl-I,
0 nct a.; promier itnitil Dt. Wu's at'
ival fr'cm Caniton.
The untifica ttion of China is de
'lared In olcial circles to have been
rouhit consi'derably near-er by- Wut
'ing iVang's neteptance of the ire
iership. It is asserted Di. Sun Yat
kn I. II0r~esiet of the reopulic t of southi
'hitna, in w hoseoO t(tu tr Wit has
>eetn a consu)istet p1 ina' of struength,
vill be' utlnable mucth loniger' to main)
in~i a separte gov'et'nmnnt.
Pr'oponent s of t het reunited Chitna
it'ogramu cotnt on Wut to swing many
>f Sutlm's supphor't'ers to thet new
'01king govertn ment, which alrteady
is the backin~g of a lar'ge 'bloe of
lie revi ved reliubili an i rmriment, as
;'eil as that of' G'enl Wit Pei-Fut
ointeror' of' Chang Tlso-li~n and thet
utistanding m)ilitarly figut'e of the
it is expect&'d that in the near fit
Iti mem1)1bers of the old repubt 1lecan
'sident in ('anion wuill come to Peking
Sthe retsu'tt of -Wit's assump)htIon) of
eo at the hea d of the ecabintt .
iik kmbnetiiker's Phiane 'ratshe.u to
Gronmd an md Flyer Abandons Trip.
Omaha. Nebi., .June l1i.-Eddie Rick
nlibacker's arioiund(-thl-Cioiiu'y tlipih't
tndtd abru'ipily ear'ly today wvhe,1 his
u'ge all-mietal lano ct'ashed whtile
tieu~ming to take off from th~e ait'
nil tel here' fot' renver'. None of
to Rtickenbackerm pat'ty wer'e injured.
The liane took off the local field
nd whent oly a few feet in) the air
to engine stal led and drol';ed the
tachine dowvn, nose fir'st. The pro
allot' and landing gear wvere denmol
hedl and thbe pllane damaged so mutch
therwise that Rickenbacker wais
i>r(eed to albandon the contemlhated
1,000-mile flight around the .country
> make at) industriartl and aeronautical
Riekenbacker, wvho cai'ried a mes
ige fromi President Har'ding for the
briners convention at San Francisco,
ft this morning for' that city by r'aih.
In a statement Rickenbacker' attr
itted the cause of the accident to the
ghtning which struck the piano at
'otroit last Thursday.
"I am .through with commercial
viatlon 'fpr the time being," he said.
rher'e is not a plane in the United
tates fitted 'to make suoh .a long,
pur. The platie 'we .were flying tras
e0 nearest appy0 0 tLa it fell shit
METHODISTIS TO GATHElI
Annual Method 'Training Confer.
ence to be L .d at Wofford Sollege
Beginning June 19.
Spartanburg, June 12.-The third
anual Methodist Training Confer
ence for South Carolina will be held
at Wofford College beginning June 19<
and continuing thrdugh June 30.
Tle conference, while promotcd by
the Sunday School Boards of the up
per and lower conferences of -the Meth
odist Church of South Carolina, Is op
en to members of all denominations,
and will present no denomfational or
controversial courses of study. Meth- t
ods of teaching religious subjects, the
importance of an awakening in re
ligious interest, and kindred matters,
rwill receive chief emphasis at the con
ference, according to announcement
by the secretary, Rev. L. 'D. Gillespie.
Carefully pilanned courses in reli
g!ous instruction will occuipy the
morning -hours each (lay of the con- I
forence, -recreation and social inter
course will fll the -afternoons, wid at
night lectures by noted men'and wo- I
men who are on the conference facul
ty Will be given. This year's confei
ence ipromises to be more largely at
tended than either of its two predeces
The only exi)else connected with
the conference Is the matriculation
fee of $2.00. Arrangements have been
made for the use of the dormitories
and gymnasium of Wofford college,
without any charge except the actual
cost of board and lodging for the en
tire twelve-day period, which is $15.00.
This includes all items of expense ex- I
cept -personal laundry. Applicants
may send their naimes to Jos. K. I)avis,
Treasurer, Wofford College, Spartan
hurg, S. C., or may make all arrange- t
ments after arrival.
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1I8HOP KILGO IS
AGAIN AT HOME
kerives in Fine Shape and Jokes With
Mem-bers of His Famly.
Charlotte, vN. C., June 9.-Bishop
rohn h. Kilgo, of the Methodist 19pis
opal Church, South, who has .been il1
n 'Memphis, arrived at his home here
on-ight under the care of 'Dr. B. F.
lurner and two trained nurses. He
tcod the 'trip well, according to Dr.
Iurner, :who said that his patient had
iad a good day. The bishop himself ap
)eared in -fine spiirit and joked with
hose who met him at, the station.
'Bishop 'iiigo was brought home in
he private car of Fairfax Hfarrison,
>resident of the Southern Railway,
f whicli the bishop is a director.
Members of his family who mot
Jin at the train afterwards expressed
urprise to ilnd his condition appar
ntly so favora'ble. In the ambulance
n the way to his residence, the
ishop, noting the white uniformed
rivers, pocularly remarked:
"Well, the Ku Kluxers have got me."
Bishop Kilgo became ill on his 'way
iome from Hot Springs, Ark., where
ec had been attending the general con
erence of tile Southern lethodist
htirch, and was taken off -the traini at
Dr. Turner will hold a conference
vith the bishcop's physician lere to
niorrow, it WNas announced.
University of South Carolina
IRAtrance examihiations to the Uni
'ersity of S.outh Carolia will be held
Py the 'County Su perintendent of Edu
ation ait t le Comnty Cotr. 1-louse Fri
lay, Jily 1-1, 1922, at 9 a. im.
Tle Lilniversity offers varied cours
s of study In science, literature, his
ory. law and 'husiness. The cxpens
is are, moderate and many opportuni
les -- for self-blt,,irt are 'afforded.
cholarships a're available.
For full particulars write to
President W. S. Cut'rell,
University of South Carolina.
Columbia, S. C.
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