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VOLUME 91 ' .. -V . ' ' . ,: DURHAM, N 0.' TITESDAY, JUNK 20, 1911 . 7 .",7 :", NUMBER 83 ' Lxr;c txi Uerry Cxtberba E?lj la Ms Celebrslion Cost of Defalcations of Tarbfrp CEsred WHh Dbtainlcg Honey Determined lo Give Kfs Side of Son of Beaufort County's Sheriff Two Aviators KQIed at Start of Sliies 15 Feel Bank Occurred Recently Under False Pretense Charges Against Him Cuts His Tbroat EL'.rr.GS f.::d eonviGTS hurt u. - r Coavlete Were Kent by Pcnltcntl , Last Week to Work on Tranacoiiti nental Itailroad -Every Man lu .Building Watt Injured Accident 'ckeurred in "Heart of SmoklM." Newport, Tena., June 19. Four convict were killed, twelve enousiy injured and 14 convict and three guard slightly Injured yesterday In tbe collapse of a bull pen near Wa- tervllle, N. C, in tbe neari oi cue Smokies, where two railroad, com panic re engaging In a war for the ; monopoly of the only remaining mountain pant to the east. The con vict were all negroe. the property of the slate of North Carolina, and were being worked In connection with the conatructfon work of the Transcontinental railroad. The men killed were: Albert Wynn, of Goldebro, serving sen tence of ten yeare for receiving tn(..n cnnda: Will Green, of Ral eigh, serving sentence of four yeais for murder; Henry Paul, or .ew Bern, serving sentence ot three year for larceny; Clarence Walker, of Wefra North Carolina, serving sen- teiti of seven ytar for larceny. All four men bad only a few months of their time to aerve, one or two being due to leave the camp In August Major Wyun, ot 'Uoldaboro. con victed at the eame time as bis brother who was killed, and Sylves ter Parhatn, serving a 30-year sen tence for murder, are not expected to live. . Capt J. E. Hosklns, of Raleigh, who was In charge of the prisoners, went doa with the pen and had to be dug from the debris, suffering several painful Injuries. Guards J. " E. ' Nichols and Ed MrKerae? bad narrow escape from death, but were only slightly Injured. ' The ronvtcta were located In ihe very heart of the finiokies. where their camp looked down Into the Pigeon Hver. lie feet below. The pen tat SO by 80 feet, the piles act ing as support a being about alt feet In height Bear the edge of the trsil and twenty-eight feet in height to the rear. The building il con structed of heavy loga and It was the grat weight of the top which caused It to collapse. The heavz building alld forward, pinning the men between the giaut raners supporting tbe flooring. Where the timbers came together tn. man Wert terribly mangled and the four met, Instant death in this wav. Trees prevented a greater fall and (Continued on Page Two ) SlzzzLtrs Tied Up By Socmen's Strike London, June 17. Tb ateamer Minneapolis, of the AtlanUc Transport line, and several smaller vessels were unable to-sall today on account of Ihe seaman's strike. The situation Is more serious today than at any time alnce the strike started. ' , i:iohen Mump HWkrr. Andrew rarnegle. at a dinner In New York waa talking about the hor rors of war horror that he B dose so much to end forever. . "Once, at tbe height of the civil war." he said, "two men at a rail way taiinn new a carload of wooden lets dnart for a military hospital. "Those wooden legs, said the Brat msn, 'are a rather eloquent pro test against war, aren't they? -Yes," agreed the other; 'they are what yon might call stump peerbe!'" Pittsburg Times. I.ttnibeoft In M ri nilnater Hall. London, "June 19. The reprewen- tstlves of the dominion parliaments. t he are here for tbe coronation were formally welcomed t a luncheon given In Wostm luster hall todav. The function attrited. many per sons of distinction. Lord Jtoseberry presided and the apeakers Included tbe prime minister, Mr. Halfour. and Sir Wilfred Laurler and other of Hie colonial premiers. ' '' . . All In. -v Friend I waa Just In the art ttst- lefy admiring your "Napoleon After w Wetert.o." Tbe fidelity of expres sion on Boneparte'a fare Is wonder- i ful. Where did yon get It T . Mr.' Dobbler From life. I i"l i my wife to pose far me the morning eftsr she gave her first reception Puck. - ' HuniUr WhMl Kxmrtilon to Norfolk It la expected that a large crowd will lake advantage of the cheap rales offered by tbe Second llsptlst Funday school excursion Thursday to visit Norfolk. The train will Start early Thursday taorolng and return , t aigkt. . ... F7 Washington, June 19. Seldom, if ever before In Its history has the white bouse been tbe scene of such a large and merry gathering as s- aembled here today to help tbe presi dent and Mrs. Taft celebrate tbclr silver wedding anniversary. Open house was kept throughout tbe day. Foreign diplomats, members of the Judiciary, senators and representa tives' and other persona prtJmlneal In. official life called to oifer their " " . . ' . , congratulations. Uut the occaa1on:Su"(,a'r bre wlth bl ,amny- lIe bas was made roost felicitous by the pre- ence of all the family relatives from! clear the tangled conditions, 'but the near and far and also a large numbrjfallMS e(ltrIeg and manlpulafIolM Covr who came on from Cincinnati in res ponse to a special Invitation. Theae relatives and friends were enter tained at a luncheon at the executive mansion and later la the day there waa a garden party In tbe white bouse rrounda for which several thousand Invitations were ' Issued. Tbe governors of several states and mayora of many, of the large cities throughout the country were amend those present. . The marriage of William Howard Taft nnd Miss Helen U Herron was celebrated 4n Cincinnati June 19, 1881. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mcsea A. Hokc, of Zapeb ville, O., an old friend of tbe Herron family. Mr. Taft bad recently grad uated from Yale and waa employed aa a reporter on a Cincinnati news paper and at the same time studying law. Miss Herron had lately flnls'u- ed her education at Cincinnati anl- veralty and was engaged In teaching In a private school. The bride groom wss in his twenty-ninth year,; bride bad Just passed herl"011' of Cleveland" to the aid of the i birthday anniversary, h "Western Statea" and 225 passengers wnue tne twentyflfth Is an interesting coincidence that ex-! actly twenty-two years after the day of his marriage Mr. Taft waa noml- nated for president of tbe United States. I. Damage Will Aocd fa Between Sltt.C:tto S2SM5I Danville, Va., June IS. A cyclonic wind, rain and electrical storm swept over the city yesterday afternoon from 4:30 to &:30 o'clock. Inflicting damaga estimated at flOO.OOO to !2i0,; 000, chl fly In the unroofing and flood ing of cotton mills, tobacco factories. storage plants, destruction of trees and shrubbry, chimneys, awnings. porches, telegraph and telephone and electric transmission poles and wires. The trolley service of tbe city waa sus pended and was tied up for twenty four hours. Tbe entire telephone er- lr of the rlfv n nut of roiiimlolnn The beavleat damage to bulldinga waa In tbe business STtlott. , The t'.urm came suddenly from west-north. west. Main street, noted lor He hesvy shade of old oaks, elms and maples, 'me ot tbem of gigantic dimensions, was a scene of d-'nolailon. Tbe broad realdnce thoroughfares was blocked at many points by prostrated trees, the telephone and trolley wires and pots. Hundreds ot the oldiwt and largest shade treee, the pride of the city, were d limbed, torn and tip- nooted. and filled lawns and streets with wreckage. This heavy shadu, however, savtd Ihe best residence sec tion by the resistance they offered to the storm. ! Tho White mill of the Riverside Cotton Mill company was unrooted and the automatic sprinklers art going, flooding the building and in Dieting heavy Iowa of stock and ma chinery. The tobacco factory ot John F. Hushes and company waa unroofed and the stork badly damaged. The factory ot K. K. Jones and Company, leaf tobacco, waa tutroofed and heavy damage done to the atock. The Danville Wagon company a plant on Craighead etr.-vt was un roofed and partly wrecked. A hrkk tower on Acree'a tobacco warehouse waa burled into the elret. One . of Ihe factories of Uibretl brothers, leaf tobacco, tu partially unroofed, aa was a portion of the plant of tbe Imperial Tobacco com pany. Tbe plant of the Riverside Overalls company -and William Medicine com pany on Floyd and High atreeta were unroofed and many smaller buildings In various sections were Similarly damaged. 1 . TERSuW OTIS COMES BACK VISITS OAIJViLLE Raleigh, June, 1?. That It will re quire a week or longer to ascertain exactly the amount of the shortages of Cashier Hart, the suicide, and Assist ant Cash It-r Husaey, of the Bank of Tarboro, and that the total shortage will reach $125,000, and possibly more,' is tbe opinion of State Bank Ex- nnifoift 1 It' TVmirhtmi. ; who impnt devoted nearly a week to trying to such a long period that long and tedi ous work Is necessary to go through all the transactions. He has come to the concluslou that tbe defalcations ready to make their final raid and get have been going on for seven years or longer, but that It has been only within tbe past few mouths that they have beeu hi very considerable amounts. He believes tbe cashiers found themselves so deeply involved that thev deanalred of ever covering their tracks sufficiently to prevent ultimate detection and deliberately set In to loot tbe bank. ' The discovery, however, he thinks, came sooner than they expected and before they were away. Wireless Calls Help ; To Disabled Vessel Cleveland. June 16. A wlrcls distress message today called the ere successfully transferred in the 'middle of Lake Erie from the crippled veanel to the "City of Cleveland." The " Western 8tatea" was Injured by a 'tilnw nut of a rvlhidpp kfA AT THE COLOIiEL Ked Eof Editorial to f&e Los Angeles' Times Loa Angelee, June 1". General 0:1 proprietor of the Times, today An swered In a red-hot editorial Colonel Roosevelt's Outlook article denounc ing Otlna attitude in the dynamiting ease. ''If Roosevelt had been a con temporary of Ananias, Munchausen and Mendes Pinto," writes Otla. "those illustrious romancers would have been distanced. The Jbscpblan-colured coat la sombre compared with the coloring of Roosevelt's politics. Of all the Janus-faced, cbamellon-hued. upright and downright fabrlcatori that ever tried the patience of the public be Is the limit The state has rights aa well as Individuals. Roosevelt, unmindful of bis claimed reputation for giving a square deal, rushed, unsolicited, to the aid of suspected and Indicted dyna miters, by doubting, not whether they are guilty, but whether the dynamiting of the Times had been done by any body." Ttoot anil nixie Workers. St. Paul, Minn., June 19. The an nual convention of the International boot and shoe workers' union open ed In this city today with delegate present from many points through out the United Slates and Canada. The svrslons are expected to last a week or ten days aa many Important mattera of buslnesa are to come up Castro Said to Be On Way to New Orleans New York. June 19. It waa widely circulated In the Ceu'ral American colony that Cyprlano t'aitro, the de posed president of Venesuela. left here this morning for New Orleans, but secret service men failed to locate him. IlrltUli Hol.llern at Hunker Hill. 8t. John. N. II., June 1. Tho M John F.isiteers, comprising the Hlxty Heeond Regiment, 300 strong, left here by special train today for IV ni ton to. take part In tbe llunker Hill day celebration tomorrow." The regi ment la In command of Col. J. I McAvltv and Is accompanied by the regimental estl and drum and bugle corps. Tbe so.dlera will remal i In lioaton so'eral days and during their stay they will be guest of the !- sachuaetta Volunteer Militia. Too Many Hvrrttns. He (soulfutlyl-There are a thous and stars tonight looking down upon yon. She I my hat on straight?- ilarper g Weekly. "MadaiiiO If untri". Arrested In Bill ll- mora at Inxtauee of Raleigh An. thorltli'K Keeeived Large .Sums for CharinR" and by Agreeing to Bring I'jiiiilly Trouble to End. Raleigh, June 19. Mrs. Jennie Hunter, alia Madame Hunter, wbo was arrested in Baltimore Saturday evening ion a warrant from Raleigh charging her with obtaining money under false pretenses, worked a number of superstitions s.nd credu lous people here for considerable sums ot money as a fortune teller. Mrs. ' Annie O. Eatman, a well- known ,lioss maker, lost $800 through the representations of the wily fortune teller that she coulj unravel and work out" to the hap piest solution some family problems that were disturbing Mrs. Katmau. Just what they were has not yet been divulged except to the authorities lu confidence. Tbe next lrrgest amount claimed to have been obtained was from n well to do negro woman. Madam Hunter read her palm an1 told her she would very soon break out with terrible sores un.ess some counteracting spell waa worked by her. . That she bad been conjured to have these sores develope. For the 1300 she gave Ler a talisman that would ward off the affliction. It waa a email wooden box securely sealed. The victim waa toldi that if she opened the box she Voul'i die. Chief of Police S'ell opcijed it when the woman brought it to him and found that it contained som "blackish i powders." Some of this he says he rubbed between his fingers. Much to fain alarm the lin gers bepac to itch. Hut he la con vinced uoV that the Itching, waa imaginary .nd the pjwder was really perfectly harmless and worthless. Another victim brought a talis man In a red flannel sock. It con tained two pieces of worthies ot" rock, it hd tost her the compara tively sn.all sum of 2 and waa rep resented by Madam Hunter to pos sess all powerful cuarms for her weifarj. ' , Madam Hunter cine to Raleigh early In the year, .-.vened a tent- bouse in a vacant lot two doors iruui the ttate house on FayctteviMe street. Hete she did a flourishin business aa palmist t'ntil late in April, when she disappeared over night A notable th'i:g Is that she reftiseJ to take Mrs. Kstman's check for h;r money but eo.uired her io get hec own checks -.shcd and bring the money. The magic wouldn't work without the cash. TOiESTinmis SHOUT M-E IX l'8E OP EXrLflTEE FOR I'i:iVAT W0BK fll ARfiE I). Warhineton, June 17. luvpstiga- tions of every" navy yard In the country la predU'l-d today M a result of dis closures !efore the houno committee on navy lepartmnt exMnditurs re garding r mdltlons of the Washington navy yard. , Charges of an $s.00fl hort.ig and the use of government employees for private work were made. Many Phones Out of Commission by Storm Th cevere storm which passed over thi city gumiay. evening pui 12 i tel. ihoiie In Durham out ol commlsKioii. cither by crossed wlr.-s or blown fuses. A reimrt from Keti villo this morning stated that the storm waa severe In the Virginia city and that more than 750 phones were out of commission. William Dunn Released m m m i-rom Aiexican rrison Washington," Ji.te 17. According to word reo lved here today tbe authorl- tin at M mterey, Mexico, have relensed William Dunn, the Amerlcai news pamr reporter who has been in prison t me time nuder a charge of particip.iilng In a plot to ansassina'e Madcro. . Indictments Returned ' In KicNamaras Case ' Indianapolis, June 17. A Marion county urand jury today returned eight indlctmenta In connection with the kidnapping and dynamiting charges in the MrNamara rase, whleh Include John MrNamara for dyna miting and Letectivt W. J. Burns Jor kidnapping. ' Savannah, Ga., June 19. A mad scramble, for windows and doors In-' terrupted the sitting of a Jury of;, . ... . , t . . . l"g of his fiancee at the Fowle hog- elders at tho Clifton Baptst church, .., , . - , . , . . , Mpltal her, after a very short illness five miles from here yesterday, when I .... . , , . on trial for card-playing, drew a revolver and covered the Jury and audience while he forced them to listen to bis defending argument, Tht bearing was noine alone smoothly, but applause shook the building every time a point was made against the defendant. Just before tho jury began the consideration of their verdict, Smalls arose and said be was determined to gtvo ills side of the case. When be drew his re volver, he qitltkly cleared the house of all except tbe scared conference members. Flourishing his pistol, he waxed eloquent and before be knew It, two of his hearers jumped behind him and pinioned his arms, while others came to disarm him. At this point, Smalls' mother entered , the church armed with a butcher knife and premised to make morn trouble, but she soon waa quieted. Police i,erlor j , ye,n wa8 t and ft were called from Savannah and ,, ,. ,, , . Smalls was Uken to the station. The! J?. ,8 m lo., f elders continued their session and Smalls was deposed as deacon. Must Renounce Throne Or Leave (Great Britain Loudon, June ' IT. Deposed King Manuel, of I'ortngaU- will , be chased out ot England unless he renounces all attempts to regain the throne. King George Is displeaoed at the Intimacy between Manuel and Dowager Queen Alexandria, who is reported to have contributed to the fund to aid the Portuguese monarchists. fall River Celebrating Anniver sary of the Industry Fall River, June 19. A celebra- tlon ot the one hundredth anntversa- ry of the establishment of the ton mill- Industry U New England, . , , .. . , . ... was opened in this city today and wtli i ' HUflQRED YEARS COTTON MILLING continue through the week. The;that on.tnir(i of toe delegates In the celebritlon was ushered In with the convention Is assured. The LaFollette formal opening ot an historical cx- hlbit and a trades display. During the week there will be an automobile parado, an aviation meet, a horse will attend the celebration Friday. ! The city is elaborately decorated and la alreadv fllllnar with t alters. t la tnaf nnm hunHrail voara alnee the cotton manufacturing Industry in New Knglatid waa inaugurated wiih the erection of a cotton mill in Fall River Ly Col. Joseph purfee. About six years later the first power weav ing looming was started here. The total number of employes engaged In the Industry In Fait River up to SI 9 probably did not exceed ?. There are now In the city 4"t Incorpo rated cotton mill companies, owning 111 mills, with an Incorparted caps- tat of 132.960,000; There are 3.9JH- 44 spindles, or about one-seventh of the total number In the t'nlted State and 93,904 loom. East Durham Lodrje Nominates Officers At a moeOnn of the Fast Durham lodge, No. 109, Knlghta of Pythias, the following nominations were made for the coming election, which will be held Tuesday night, June 17: Chancellor commander, It. C. Bar- bee, II. T. Johnson and E. 11. A vent; vlre-commander. C H. Bureham and ' ?' "T"r,; , U i nem, an.. in.-.. . , . .I.-. of arms, k. i. noiuns, J. u. uiuc and W. R. Young. tiim mriMii. nii I'lMitlam u,. t..n- i.wrh. ,fci''P",e lepresenung me local nrane,i dial wrbome and elaborate rater-i" ct "ernattonnl printing pre .l,,mn hl,h hate niarkod lh.im,,n d ""'"ItntS Union 'if North visit Boston of the sixtyniecond ! Am7'". .flh'r,1. ttM,' re.lm,.nt of fusiliers, of St. Jol,n.t"H,, hto fountJf h v n .t..i..iH i . ..i.i - farewell dinner at which ihe Caba - ji ... .,.. r ,t. - famous Ancient and Honorable ar - til..,. . When Teibly KiM-ak. Errors and omissions in copy rnnut be excused today. There are no capital lto bo had. Mr. Roosevelt 'with the task of framing a const I spofce yesterday. New York Tele- tut ion for the republic of Portugal, cram, met today and (urtually orjanUj-l, Washington. June 19. Despondency caused by the death yesterday morn from appendicitis, drove'' Charles Riokc, the eldest son of Sheriff George -RIck. of . Beaufort countv. to at- j tempt self-destruction about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The rash act iwas committed In young Rloks' room at tDe nolua of 0,8 pareuts and a razor jneaiu usni, a deep gash being cut in his throat. Voting Ricks was very devoted to the yonng lady. He had been in a low-spirited and. depressed condition all day and bis mother had been con- Btantly at bia Ledalde. She happened to leave lh: rexm for a few moments and Mr.. Jimes TdcClure, a friend of Ricks, coming In In the meantime, had gone up to his room to try to cheer him up a little, . Finding the door locked McCluro; suspected something wrong and; hastened to call the fam ily. The door was forced open and young Ricks found lylug on the bed with a deep gash cat in his throat and the bed covered with blood. Tbe au- blood. His condition at present is precarious, though the physicians bold out f ome hope of his recovery. Charles, Ricks is about 23 years of age and la a young man of good habits and Is well thought of iu Washington. A great deal of excitement was occa sioned whm the news spread. Smair Klre Sunday. Morning. A small dwclllns in Haytl, owned by John Merrick, waa destroyed by fire early Sunday morning. The origin of the fire is unknown. Tbe damage will amount to several hun dred dolara psrtly covered by in surance. . LILLETM Candidacy Is . Announced Witn His Consent Washington, Jane 1". The candi- dacy of Robert M. LaFollette. senator cot-;'rMn w IscoiifIii, for the presidency on tb republican ticket for 191 Z waa announced todajb-with his knowledge i . ,77 ... and consent. His aunnortera claim .i0.an wiii be -LaFollette and a chance to win, Taft and sure defeat." ;Thfl wts(;on,in geDator'a supporters say; "Without money and without " J" n" " J tfo; ''" ,,pal t0 j?e pe0"ie-. iw - '"S1"" lc mruueue cuiumii. Counting on national IVogreMlve FHepulillran league. Minneapolis, June 17. Minnesota progressive republicans, who are booming ' LaFiillette'a presidential nomination, today declared their be lief that the National Progressive Republican league will endorse La Follette against. Taft They base their assertion oh a letter from Sena tor Poindexter, of Washington, In which tbe westerner said: "I think, withottt exception, the progressives will b? delighted to aee LaKollette nominated, and will do everything iu their power to bring It about." 1 To rroiet-t t'olton lulling IIIIU New York, June 19. Tbe perplex ing question of cotton bills of lading, which was brought to a bead by the dtaastroua failure of the firm of Knight, Yancey company, was the subject of discussion at a conference here today of representatives of tbe nankin and cotton internet of bob the north and south. It Is hoped by iD0M concerned that a plan may w agreed upon whereby the liitegril) r udag bm, mgy b? assured. Xevr Home for Ptriitrn. mBcravine, irnii., june I uei- V, If, V. !nn convention of the oiganlza l''"" ""J ' 'wlt th ' '0f home recently complied for !"' U? iniiM ol t ie MI1I.IH To Frame ('ontlliitlon for Portugal Lisbon, June 19. The constituent assembly, which has been Intrusted European Circuit Flisbt SEVERAL 'OTHERS IliJUBED Captain Prlncetau Was Herjied to Death by Iivplixllng tiawillne and M. Le Martlne'a Head Was Crush ed by His Motor After Crashing Into Tree Fifty Were Entered. Paris June 19 Fifty aeroplanists took wind early yesterday from the aviation field at Vincennea on tbe first stage of the European circuit race, which oalla for a Bight to Lou don and return with stops at varloua places going and returning. , Two ot the areoplanlste, almost immediately after the start, met with traglc'deathit and at least one waa gravely hurt Captain Prlncetau'a motor exploded In mid-air, flooding him with gasoline and burning him .to death. -' . M. Le Martlne, who dashed against a tree, the motor of his aeroplane crushing his head. . M. Gaubert, a former lieutenant in the army, who waa entered in the civilian race under the name "Dalger," waa found lying senseless near, hla machine in a wheat field four miles from Villars-Cotereta. His Injuries are grave. ; M. B. Bille's aeroplane struck the earth and was wrecked. Bllle ' was iujured but not seriously. V ' ' ' Three other bird men fell, M. Lorl- dan, near Cbarlevllle; Oscar Morison. close to Gagny. and ..34. Morln at Cbevon, within , 22 miles ot Liege, which Is the end ot the first stage of the race. None of these men. were badly hurt The wind waa rising at the start and Le Martlne, who was one ot the most experienced aviators in France, rocked about a good deal as his ma chine -cleared. -the- ground and swept -away. His aeroplane bad reached the ' woods, a quarter of a mile beyond", the barriers, when It pitched swiftly down ward aud Into the trees. ' The biplane waa broken badly as It fell at the toot of an oak tree... A corner of the motor struck Le Martina's head, crushing his skull, and his right leg also waa frac tured in two places. Tbe aviator waa barely alive when he waa taken away by Red Cross surgeons, and expired a few minutes after reaching a hos pital. Something was wrong with the' steering gear of Le Manlne's machine. It bad acted badly earlier in tbe morn ing and Roland Garros, who helped adjust It, advised Le Martlne pot to go up. . , Captain Princetau had scarcely got well Into the air when one of tbe planes ot hla machine caught Ore. He (Continued on Page Two) Cooke is Not Guilty ct Embezzlement Cherc Cincinnati, June 17. The Jury In the rase of Edgar 3. Cooke, the former Big Four railroad . clerk, charged with embezzling $!4,0Q, re turned a verdict of not guilty today. felutnbas Win Praiaat. Atlanta. Ga., June 19. With a record of forty-five gamea won as agalnat twenty-one lost, the Columbus team won the pennant In the South AtlanUc league (or the Drst season, which end ed with Saturday's games. The second season ot the year start today and the original schedule will be played out, as had been arranged for a one- season y:ar. Albady won . aecond place with Cj.urobla and Macon la third and fourth rcspctlvtly. The w inner of the first season pen nant win meet tbe winner of the second season to decide the champion ship of the league. : It la probable also the champion of the Houthera league In a post season aerie. , Carolina Tennis (THamploftxhtp Greenville, S. C, June 19 Rom of the loremost tennil expert of tbe country are entered In .the iourtn ann jai tournament for the champion ship of the Carolina which was opened today on the Courta of the an four! country club of l hla rtty. Tho evert to be decided during tbe week. Include the men's efaamplensblp in singles and doubles, a consolation for thi men. women's singles and mixed ilonhlei. ' ' ,' ' Aviation Meet at fort Kri. Bnffflo. June 19. The Fort Eri rare track Is to be the scene thU week of what . promises to be the most notable: aviation jneet ever held In this section. The programme provides for a wide variety of coupe- titions, including speed races, alow flying, short starting, flying for" ac curacy, spiral glide and circle dlpa and attitude and duration contest. Curtis, Hearbey, McCardy, Ely and other well known airmen are ached uled to tako part. , ., 4