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KILLED BY 'TLANE
Crashuig Into Crowd, Itsing Air.
l lune Kills Two and Seriously in.
lures Three. Forced to Swerve by
Sma11ll lloy fin Path.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Dec. 7.-Two
'Persons were killed and three prob
ably fatally injured and several oth
ers more or less hnrt here this after
1oon at Marr flying field, when a
crowd of siectators was struck by an
airplane beginning a flight.
The dead are: Lena M1ay Shell, aged
7, and IMrs. Alalissa Myers.
Tihe injured were rushed to hos
litals where it is expected two more
will die. V. Price Iiollingsworth, the
aviators., and his mechanician, were
taken into custody and an investiga
tion into the causes of the accident
begun by Coroner .lack O'Donlehue.
Most of the injured are children.
The accident occurred at 3:30 p. i.
Aviator 10ddie 'Stinson was preparing
to make a landing and was flying
close to the ground. The attention of
Lhe crowd was attracted by the Ima
chine i the air, but, according to Iol
lingsworth, when ie started from the
1orth end of the fleld for the take-off,
the crowd formed a lane at least 100
feet wide. Ilollingsworth testiiled at
the inqiuest that his machine was run
ning forty miles -an hour. .not quite
fast enough to jumip off, when looking
to the right, he saw a smali boy in his
path. He was forced to swerve to
avoid hitting the boy when the ma
(lile struck the woman and the ti-,
pact turned the airplane which was
just about to leave the ground to the
lelt, runIlnilig it into the crowd.
Afer tihe accident, when -the crowd
reali zed what had occurred, a large
number of men swariied aroulnd the
a!-plane threatening to lynch Aviator
liollingsworth and declaring their in
#ntion of burning the machine after
dar1k. As a precaution against, any
daumage the crowd might (10 to his
machile. l''ddi Stinson. hopled off
alnd ianded abou t mOiles down tile
l'nnessee river. Sheriff flass threw
a guiard aroulld hIlollilgsvorth's lia
chime, which was so hdly daiageod as
to preveit fortler ivights.
A hole ill tie cellter ol Ihe left, wing
was cau1sed by a little girl crushlug
V. Pric Holing,:sworth, a1 commer-)
vial Motr wh.]o wasll driving t . Hw air
plane, is a natlive of Chiclatgo, anid
-Iame herp oin iniviteIinl to inmilipate
in tie tddication of \lrr lield, a few
days ago. lie is ow. on l'ond untder a
'H "A(X lI:I(I.NS IN
CotstnisnI ht111oe is Credited with living
Worst (oierned Cl1y in Ithe World.
Li Ilren-th ers ll Wild: ando4 Livinig
Coistantiopi, Dee. 2.-Constani
itnojIle is credilted hero Witli iehig tile
worst governlled city iln the world, as
well as tha in which the cost. of liv
ing is tile Iighest. It. preseIlts a spec
tacle of chaos. Kverybody Is robbing
everybody else. Black lailders among
the shipping agents and the lotig
shoremen are responsible for the fact.
that it costs more to got freight from
a s1111) to shore than to transport it
oIm New York to Constantinople. All
available dock space has been taken
up by the entente powers and Amenri
cans and citizens of other countrits,
who are shut out, are paying $35 a
ton to get goods from a ship through
-the customs. Every species of Levan
tinc thievery has been turned loose.
A modest hotel room costs from $5 to
$8 a day, with food in proportion, al
though the markets are full of pIo
Food pris have increased 1,200
IC cen-t over those prevailing before
the war, while house rent has incras
ed fifteen fold. The city nightly is
full or fighting soldiers and sallors of
all nationalities, shooting off firearms.
The gambling houses are in full swing
for all classes, with the merchants,
when losers, making up their losses
by raising prices, although the ware
houses are overstocked.
The streets swarm with i)ickpock
ets, with the Turkish police claim
ing to be helpless because of the in
ter-allied control. The Turkish gov
ernment claims it is helpless to con,
duct the affairs for the same reason
that it has too many bosses.
The Turkish officials say that they
are afraid of the ultimate attitude of
Great Britin although recent speech
es In the British House of Commons
thav.c a'eawakened -thekr 'hopes 'thalt
Turkey -will not be pa; titioned. Mean
while, capitalists of all nations are go
ing ahead buying ill) private conces
sions for exploitation *hen peace is
signed. .However, the Turk ish govern
mit has forbidden fihe sale of new
concessions since .July.
DRIVE IN VItUINIA
(11erntor l)Javis ('onifers with th'Iriry
Five a.yors nId ('ity Attorieys to
t ich monll (, Va., Deo. ".-Th it y-five
m1ayrAs and city at1tortneys mlI l her!
with Gt (ov. Westm0oreillnd )avis today
anld p)lans0 were oltlinedsl to imve the
n(5x Ier;hv n , ennet laws that will
enhprofitveering inl food amd fueol.
G(ovIt rur Iavisi was( t 1mpowerfl to
Mame a connunittee of, three.. whichl will
d1raw p11 th(l r3nit, (ji'ed legi 31'h'' ion o bhe
lwese~tedVf to thI ae smlywe
it Ileets inl .la1mtaI.y. G vernor 1)ab;
a113n 3 nned tonlight a11 111t1he 11 3 appoin
IOsl3 will not he mad 10r ev1l
'T'lhe action WaS tlkent in view of
the fa(l tHatl whlen 1weace is declared
the iLevetr law will beco!3 i' t 1ti,
aInd s1 itates will be Ireplired to look
a ftrc .their own 1ood and fuel situma
Ifurrietline Sehlool Iio] lM.11l.
Fir's t. G rad-Wyol etie Wisemn,
Lewis llortont, William 'T'lomlas, ,,11r
lie Nabors, .,1114s 1lot on, )orcas Na
Iors, Mlayiel Cd opeland.
Fourth (rade--Maggie Horton, Jud
Fifth Giad --Thehina Nabors, Eliza
Eigbth Grade--M-mie Sue Simupson.
* JONES NEWS.*
* S e e e e o ee Se*e**
Jones, Dec. G.-Mr. J. A. Morrison is
reinodeling hiis house.
PIrof. J. C. Cork, of Hock Hill, was
at Waire Shoals last week.
Mr. Sam Graham, of Leesville, visit
ed relatives liere last week.
ThInksgiving passed off luietly
.\11r. A. P. Dean, of North Carolina,
visited his brother l)avid, recently.
Walter and Adam Jones caught an
W\e extend congratulations to Mlr.
('irtis 11111 and Mlis !Helen Golden,
and .Mr. Charlie Sweat and Miss Alice
l'adgett -who were rec-ntly married.
As has been the custom of Mr. G.
Washington )avis for several years,
lie gave each child $100 on Thanksgiv
Ve recently met the following
friends: Itutiedge McGhee, of Colum
bIa, Dr. Mac. Glymph, ot Anderson,
lleiry iggins, Albert S. hart and Mr.
and Mrs. Gephy Manley of Greenwood,
T. Mac Roper of Laurens, William Ma
lion of Friendslill). Alf McNinch of
10lkoni, and Mr. William Johnson of
Mrs. Laura Jones Caine and Mrs.
.J. A. McGowan sient Thanksgiving
with their parents, Dr. ad Mrs. W. T.
Mr. John Frank lill, of Abbeville,
spent. Thanksgiving with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W'. 111 and had a sue
cessful day of hiuntin-r.
linele .lajor Neejy, a very. worthy
(colored man of W2 years, prissed away
Cottol was hatiled to Ware Shoals
from Gray (1ourt few days ago.
Walter. Frank and (worge Jones,
and .losliua and A. F. (ooper spent
Tn iing inl Gror! .
A six year old chii of I- :dillond Tav
oli, colored. was r-in I ver hi y anl al' -
tmohile aid prp ynje
\\trtShonb: Masonis badl olected
c:O inthe te fdw officrs on
Ihe :,;lnd in si:
.lohn Crowu r . ..: Joh W. .RaI -
7:n. ,. W .: C. 4'. Goron:. J. W*N.: C. 1:.'
'.G nte. Trea..: M 1,. Lat an. o rc.: 1r.
O. D. Workin n. S. 1.: W. MI. Gir,
- I.: aurnet (iru i huu ;ward:
C my1"I0l1. Tr ,i10r.
Pas (Iatu \bder ;fto. lir-yan,. of
convl b. pre h d. !)r. j. :'. Xw k
Mir. Rryanl and D)istriNt leputly r-anld
hiaslor 1 cntoth !'-.kle. of (re .;wvooti.
-ie '!athdressews. .-A isn vote of
h- ! was given to thev 'mdics; for tho
- !e t banl(Ilet.
T te, Ri g or ,I ch*t
Do~n't become discouraed bc
cause other treatnmts failed.
Hunt 's Salvo hine relieved hun.
dreds of such cases. You can't
lose on our Money Back
Guarantee. Try it at our risk
TODAY., Price 75c at
Laurens Drug Company,
VALIIT1y OF DitY A(T
'Washlingtotit Dec. 3.--Validity of the
wartinte prohibition act was defend
ed in briefs Ilied in the Sit preme Court
today by the govertient ill Colinedcion
with its appeals from federal cotrt
derees at Baltintore and New Orleans
dismissing indictmen(s against. brew
ers for iantifactnring beer 'containing
2.75 per cent alcohtol. The government
Contelnded it, was uilleceessary for a
Court to determine (Ile intoxicati'ig
character of beer, but that it was
1he Intent of congress to fix the per
celtago of alcohol at one-half of one
pecent and -to prolhibit tle Inaun
facture of all beer containing more
than that amuount.
O EIN. CA I' E R. I)EI-'EN IS
'i'l i-: 3hh liY'Il lti'I( E A '
Washington, I)ec. 3.--Abolishnient
of the l.ilitia biureau of the wne ((..
padltllpini. II. favor of a nat ioual guanrd
Cotineil asj recommIenlded by,- the Na
tional ("luard associationl, was opposed
todlay I:4iore the seilate nilhitry coi
iillen bIy Maj. Gen. J. Alel. Carter,
chif of 1i10 bureau. Ifcor-galizat ioln
of Ile gtiard was progressing moto
rapidly, lie sail and facilities ill the
sals aro silffleit.lt for a force of
- 2.0 hen. Vhen organiz. he said,
that. ore coil(d be mobilizl onl any
bortier of, the colltry withiin two
.. the national
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