Newspaper Page Text
mi day, novkmuku 11. 101?..
13 f TWELVE KILLED S. & H." GREEN TRADING STAMPS FREE WITH ALL PURCHASES CASH OR CREDIT. STORE OPEN THURSDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. J Three Cars Plunged Down Em bankment at Eufaula, Ala. More Than a Hundred Peo ple, Some Fatally, Injured. Right in line with twelve years growth and achievement we are conducting a thrilling sale of guaranteed furniture. Flush with a I 1 1 T ..11 C .M4-w1v mntlf Mo 1 1 THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. is 9 II THA N WRECK ' yj : Jw L J . I f ETTAUIiA. Ala.. Nov. 14. TwolvnTy 4 per?ons were killed and inon1 than a j j "hundred Injured, some or them fatal- i Iv earlv Thursday when three if . f w roaches of a Central of Georgia pas- P.; sencer train left the rails at a point j J 7 J . . . . ; i 17 mlls outh of here arm piun;;eii Thjr; para with down a M ! embankment train, which consisted of 11 v crowded with excursionist, was en route from Ozark, Ala,, to Eufaula, where a fair is being hetu. in- men- tlfled dead are: f The Dead. Pomp Outey, nscil (10, siiN.Tinlr-n- , I deiit of the Harbour county ioc f hoiwo at Clayton. Monroe Hojii, uizvd f0, Clayton. MKs lionnJe llrock, ascU 18, Clio. Curb Dell, Clayton. Mrs. Ijuura Wilkinson, Clio. Mrs. Wilbur McLean, Clio. Child of U. F. ISrock, Clio. Mrs. Alto Aduirn, Klamvlllc. Ijeiinlo Fryer, Xejjro, Clio. Maude McJUt. Xcgn), Clio. Znck lcakf Clayton. Among those who escaped minor injuries was Jefferson D. Clay ton, a wealthy Alabamlan and brother of CoxiBT- Henry D. Clayton of this et&te. Other prominent person among: the Injured were: Sheriff Teal and Will Teal. Mrs. M. McGUvary, C. C. Teal and wife and i .; Henry Johnson, all of Clayton; An- ; : rl rr7 Tal and Afrs. Pannlp Mrlfnf n f I t Clio; .Simon McKca, Louisville, Ala., und J. M. Wilson. Eufaula. liroken Itall tlie Cause. A broken rail is said to have caused the accident. As the crowded excur sion train rounded a curve the three cars at the rear, literally packed with passengers, suddenly left the track, and breaking away from the others, rolled down the steep embankment. Tho coaches practically were demol ished. Shrieks and groans of the In- Jured rose above the rending crash of splintering timbers. j Occupants of the two coaches , which remained on tho rails immed- : lately bent their efforts to rescuing the hundreds who were caught in the tangled mass of wreckage. Word of the disaster quickly reach ed Clayton, Ala., three miles away, and relief trains bearing surgeons and nurses were quickly dispatched from Ozark and Eufaula, where most of '. the dead and injured were taken 1 later. Many of tho victims were cared for at Clayton, where the citizens turned their residences Into emergency hos pitals. All tha physicians within a radius of many miles hurried to the .scene and assisted In caring for the injured. So largo was the number of i j j . i tu.t ii t.i . ! vicum?, nucver, mui uvmiuuie space t at Clayton soon was exhausted and I F many had to be placed on cots on porches and In front yards. Because of the. Isolation of the place where the wreck occured and the confusion which necessarily pre vailed, identification of the dead and wounded was Blow. No until Thurs day night were the names of a ma jority of thoso killed known with certainty. 1 4 r l,4 i i TTIrlKK ARC DEAD. WOOSTER. O., Nov. 14. Threo persons were killed and a dozen Injur ed, one perhaps fatally when east bound Pennsylvania, train number 52 was wrecked near here Thursday night. The passenger train was de railed, falling on another track in the path of a freight train and tho second accident caused tho fatalities. The engine and tender and bag-g-age car leaped the track under the viaduct whero the Ilaltimore &. Ohio railroad crosses the Pennsylvania four miles cast of here. The panic stricken passengers rushed out of the train into tho path of a westbound freight train and three of them were killed Engineer C. M. Create of Al legheny. Pa., was so severely scalded that it Is feared he may die. Fireman j (toseoigne of Allegheny and Express; Messenger Demurest of Mansfield, al- j ko were seriously injured but both ; will recover. The greater part of the passengers ' f; had crowded out on the track In tho freight train's path, leaped into a ; creek at tho foot of the embankment j and escaped, tt. I... Hawk, of Canton. ; a traveling salesman, stood at tho j exit of one. coach and fought back the I pa5.onscry who tried to got out, pro-1 1 naMy saving xne mes m many or them. Automobiles "brought the dead and Injured to this city. to buy b . J - - T T T 0 !! 1 1' 1 11 . 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 beincy eagerly snatched up. McUlLL o liberal credit plan, dealing square witn nundreas or patrons, maKes u possiDie ior you furnishings which will last you a lifetime at tremendous savings. Elaborate imiperial Piec Cut Glass Beginning to-morrow for a limited period, this exquisite cut glass set will be given away with every purchase amounting to $35.00 or over. After the present supply is exhausted .we can secure no more, so make it a point to be at mc Gill's tomorrow. This is one of our original advertising of fers, made at a most opportune time, right in the midst of our TRADE SALE, when prices have been marked at rock bot tom to force the goods off our floors, up-to-date methods of pleas- ing our makes it worth while . to buy at McGill's. on Wig . . in MMaar I. ...... I LT; 1 3 :r.-: ;r.: ;n;:r .ukH-ni; The Set On Display In Our A "'It "i'-iiii k:::' :::: ti.tr.i:i' You will be delighted with this beautiful 32 piece set. You can see at a glance that it will make a most desirable addition to your Dining Room. It will add tone and richness to your But- fet and prove extremely use ful on vour table. You will take pride in this very pleas ing "Sunburst" design. This popular pattern meets with instant approval, nemg uvea in the highest THIS 32-PIECE IMPERIAL CUT GLASS SET, ALL MADE IN THE POPULAR "SUNBURST" PATTERNS, CONSISTING OF THE FOL- row. LOWING ASSORTMENT: 1 Toothpick Holder 6 4-inch Berry Dessert Nappies. 1 Salt Shaker. 1 5-inch handled Olive Dish. 1 Covered Sugar Bowl. 1 Cream Pitcher. 1 8-inch footed Bowl. 6 Tumblers. 1 Vinegar Cruet 1 Tall Celery Dish. 1 2-qt. Pitcher. 1 9-in. Salver or Punch Bowl. 1 Pickle Dish. 1 Covered But ter Dish. 1- -Oil or Cat sup Cruet. 1 8-in. footed Cake Dish. 1 Spoon Holder. 1 8-in. Berry or Fruit Dish. 1 Syrup Bottle With Silver. Polished Lid. e. mice sets mad Buy S35.00 worth eoods to-mor- either cash or on our 1 i b e ral credit terms and we will de-liven- the 32 -piece Set Free w i t h vour It On Dis play In Our ' Win-cow. S MISSING BANDMAN BLAMES THE TRAINS Sailor of 1". S. llattleships May ho AMo to Arrange an Aiull enco With 1Nih A P TRADE SALE PRICE FOR THIS BEAUTI FUL COLONIAL PRINCESS DRESSER. Made of selected quarter grained golden oak, has large French plate mir ror and wood knobs on drawers; a reg ular siS value. 8 ass tftp . gg i Ks !Do Yqof Family 5 01 ewieg on yne Oiiaranfeed Mac McGilTs ewin h II I $15.75 M. 1 We want vou to see our "New Mod el" high arm, drop head, 3 drawer ma'" chine, with full set of attachments, worth S22.50 at In iimi..nMMl . m.iHwi. th mami m mn . n i ii.i i Ft'i Jl n i ' ' i i i 'i "'! a,iri,ljiAt.ii?.w-t Xfn. - .. : -' ''J . eautifu liiis Wilton Velvet Rug CL3 HOMFl. Nov. 14. Alfonz. Tahier ozzo. tho forinor ba:nlnui:i uii tho United States battleship I'tab. who disappeared a few uays uko with about SS.OuO entrusted to him ly 4!iilorti of the Utah, Delaware. Vcr munt and Ohio fir the expense of an excursion to Rome, arrived here Thursday. Ho explained that, r.ot understand ing tho railway regulations he had :ni.K?ed several trains. He had prev iously admitted to CI. A. Griflln. pay maater's clerk of the Utah, whom h xnft at Ventirnipilia. that lie would not bo cblo to fulrtll his obligations to the sailor?, but Thursday he expressed, the hope that ho would bo able to arrango matters satisfactory. A lar$re number of American sailors re now here. Twenty-eight came from Ylllcfranche Thursday and will be received by the pope Friday. It is xpe:ted that several hundred will be received by the pope on .Saturday. m t. p. r i m:hvoi;s and sick hkadaciiks. Torpid liver, constipated bowels and disordered stomach are the cau?e of thr-pe headaches. Take Dr. King's .N'dw Iifo Pill", you will be surprised how quickly you will pet i lief. They stimulate the different, orpins to do their work properly. No better reg ulator for liver and bowelf.. Take 15e. a.d invest in a box today. Rec ommended by all druggists. fmfifa, I Minim -1 1 3 $Q7C TRADE SALE PRICE FOR THIS O ACID PROOF BRASS BED. Has 2-inch posts and 5 heavy fillers in head and foot. A new fall design and an exceptional value. The Demard Lacquer is guaranteed for 10 years. $09 CA TRADE SALE PRICE FOR THIS $30 La.OJ AUTOMATIC BED DAVENPORT Genuine quartered oak frame, Colonial design, up holstered in guaranteed Imperial leather. One motion instantly converts this davenport to a full size bed. J $1 down, 75c a week cGilFs Trade Sale Special Turkish ROCKER Upholstered in Black Chase Leather M OS o3 A full size "Easv Chair' in every sense of the word. U p h o 1 s i ered in black chase leather, tufted and nulled as shown in picture has birch mahogany base with heavy claw feet. YOU'LL DO BETTER AT McGILL'S. LJ" """-1 f IUJL I 'T6 M 3 IF u lit ' I j COMPLETE HOME OUTFITTERS, MICHIGAN ST. AND JEFFERSON BLVD. YOU'LL DO BETTER AT McGILL'S. IT IE I 1 t i i 3 f'1 r u s ! i- 1