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i wm FEUDISTS sun
Xtisy Were Fighting Fcsse to
Allow i1en to Escape.
(tfofHcr and Daughter Sacrifice Their
es in the West Virginia Feud
of Christians and Danielses.
Williamson, West Vs.. Firing
fFom i lie doorway of their home on a
Sheriff's posse to give the men of . the
imily opportunity to escape, Mrs.
Charles Daniels and her sintean-year-
! daughter were r-hot to death near
ton, Mingo County, by the officers.
The shootins grew cut of a family
feud between the Christians and Dan
es on tho borders cf Kentucky and
West Virginia. The Christians lived
in Mingo County. West Va.. and the
Danielses in Pike County. Ky.
About three waeks aso George
Christian ventured to the Kentucky
eide and was -slain by Jim Daniels.
Christian and Daniels were brothers-in-law,
and had formerly been allies.
After the killing or Christian the two
families and their friends became in
volved. The Christians got warrants
for Jim Daniels and his brother,
Charles, and led a posse of Pike
County officers to the home of the
Danielses. When the officers ap
i roached within a few feet of the
Louse Mrs. Daniels and her daughter
opened fire with rifles.
Mose Christian was wounded in the'
l ead and one other member of the
posse was shot in the arm.
The Christians and the officers
pelted fire.- "Mrs. Daniels was shot
v. n in the doorway. Her daughter
stood over her and fired upon the
posse until she dropped dead across
her mother, struck by three bullets.
The officers closed in, but by for
feiting their own lives the mother
and daughter had enabled the men to
FIVE DEAD IN AFTO WRECK.
Family All But Wiped Out by Electric
Los Angeles, Cal. Nicholas Ja
cobs, a real estate dealer, his two
daughters and his two sons are dead,
and Mrs. Jacobs and her two months'
Id baby are dying as the result of a
collision between an automobile they
were riding in and a trolley car on
the Los Angeles and Santa Ana line,
six miles from Los Angeles.
Two other sons of Jacobs, Peter
and John, and Miss Josephine Solon,
nineteen years old, jumped from the
automobile and escaped with slight
While an electric ear in which the
injured persons and the bodies of
those killed had been placed was
coming to Lcs Angeles it collided
: h a car on the Central avenue line
: t Seventh and Central avenues in
Los Angeles and eight other persons
were injured, some seriously.
COURT ENJOINS STRIKERS.
Cestrains Picketing and Other Activ
ities in Indiana Dispute.
Bedford, Ind. A temporary re-
training order was issued by Judge
Wilson, of the Circuit Court here,
against the striking employes of the
Bedford stone mills.
The order was granted upon a plea
by the operators asking for an in
junction preventing the strikers from
picketing the stone mills or railway
stations, gathering on the streets, in
timidating workmen, visiting the
stone mills or interfering with the
workmen in any way.
More than 100 defendants are
HOOKWORM IN DIVORCE CASE.
Fudge Grants California Wife Decree
on That Diagnosis.
San Francisco, Cal. Judge Graham
fas divorced Anita Coover from Da
vid R. Coover. The hookworm was
"My husband was dull, stupid, lazy,
languid, slow," said Mrs. Coover.
"He must have been a victim of the
hookworm," said the Court.
Mrs'. Coover expressed some doubt
3 to this diagonals', but Judge Graham
tuck to his opinion and granted the
FIG ITT EXCITEMENT KILLS.
:;!!hy Farmer Dies While Trying
to Save Own Canine.
Woodstock, Va. To the escite
of trying to separate fighting
as attributed the sudden death
' ri T. Painter, a wealthy farm
g '.orth of this city.
A strange deg entered Painter's
M and attacked his dog. Painter
to the rescue and hardly had I
i the animals before he fell un- J
ms, dying in a few minutes,
was fifty-six year., old and
a Widow, two sons and three
U.S WOMAN DY MISTAKE.
tor Then Fires Again, Slaying
gro in Fight Over Transfer.
aaphis, Tenn. In a dispute here
a street car transfer. Conductor
Lowry shot and killed two ne-
he car was crowded with passen
3 when Lowry drew a revolver and
at a negro with whom he was
m;,. ins aim wqc nnrt nnri rns
w- - - as uuvi -iiv
struck a negro woman, killing
us second shot killed the negro
DR. CGOi; CANNOT G FOUND
Brother Quiets the Exasperations
By Saying the Dcctor is Near
New York Taking a Rest.
New York, Special. Dr. Freder
ick A. Cook dropped completely from
public view Sunday. Not even John
R. Bradley, whose money was behind
his polar explorations, knows where
he is. Confiding his secret to only
one man and perhaps to his wife, the
Brooklyn explorer slipped quietly
and mysteriously away, leaving be
hind a string of puzzled and exasper
ated friends, and a debate more acri
monious" than that which followed his
announcement of September last that
he had discovered the North Pole on
April 21, 1908.
Charles Wake, an insurance man of
this city, appears to be the only one
who knows the mystery of Dr. Cook's
whereabouts. And Wake is firm in
his resolve to keep his lips sealed un
til Cook himself sees fit to take the
public into his confidence.
A New York dispatch says that
they found Dr. Frederick A. Cook
Sunday night, that is, an authorita
tive statement was issued by his
brother, W. L. Cook, saying that the
explorer, who mysteriously dropped
from public view Saturday, was still
in the vicinity of New York, recu
perating. He was on the verge of a
nervous breakdown and his retire
ment was absolutely necessary.
The statement, as issued by Mr.
"Dr. Cook is in the vicinity of
New York trying to get a much
needed rest. If he decides to go to
Europe there will be no secret con
cerning his departure. I think that
his. friends and critics alike should
be charitable enough to allow him to
rest until his health is fully restored.
He has not been reading the news
papers in the last few days and is
not responsible for the statements
that have been issued by those who
were acting as his spokesmen.
"In sending his data to Copen
hagen, Dr. Cook has fulfilled his ob
ligations to the public."
WALTER WELLMAN SPEAKS.
Takes Strong Ground Against the
Claims of Dr. Cook Believes Him
Washington, Special. Walter
Wellman, whose preparations for a
conquest of the North Pole in an
airship were abandoned upon the an
nouncement of the claims of Dr.
Frederick A. Cook and Commander
Robert E. Peary issued here Sunday
night a long statement in which he
analyzes the narrative of the two ex
plorers, declaring that of Peary
"preicse, workmanlike, consistent,
credible in every patricular, " and de
nouncing that of Dr. Cook as a self:
evident and even deliberate impos4
"Cook's story is suspicious both in
what it does tell and what it does
not tell," Mr. Wellman declares.
"He is generally vague and indefi
nite but, like most men of his class,
altogether too precise at the wrong
place. Nowhere does the story ring
true. It was always an approxima
tion of reality itself. This is true of
his figures, his description, every
thing. "Those of us who have had a
share in Arctic work," say Wellman,
in considering his analysis, "and who
have felt anxiety that no blot of
fraud should stain the proud record
of effort and sacrifice, had a first
hope that Dr. Cook would be able
to demonstrate his good faith. This
was disolved in the analysis of his
own story. A second hope that he
was the. victim of some hallucination
of mental illness and himself believ
ed he had been to the Pole though of
course he has not, vanishes in the
light of earlier and subsequent
events. There remains, though one
says it with keenest alternative
that the journey which he did make,
and the report which he gave of it,
were deliberately planned from the
The gist of Mr. Willman's finding
is that with his meager party and
equipment Dr. Cook could not pos
sibly have atomplishcd the feat for
which he claims credit, that his as
tronomical data are too minutely pre
cise to have been made under the
claimed conditions in the field, and
that the explorer's dash for the lec
ture platform and his acceptance of
"crowns of flowers placed upon his
head by innocent women and chil
dren" before submitting his field rec
ords to scientific examination all con
spire to his discredit.
Triple Murder and Assault.
Frontenac, Kan., Special A triple
murder and an assault on a woman
was enacted on a lonely road a mile
north of here some time Friday night.
Ths dead arc Mr1, and Mrs. William
Bork, Germans, of Frontenac, and
their son, who was 2 1-2 years old.
Mr. Bork was presumably killed while
trying to defend his wife. The child
probably was slain because the mur
derer wished to silence him. The
Borks were Friday night, when they
started to drive home to Frontenac
from the home of Mrs. Bork's mother
two miles out in the country.
POLK COUNTY, N.
DEATH BY EXPLOSION
Boiler Explodies, One Killed and An
other Scalded. v
Tarboro, Special. Tuesday morn
ing a boiler on the farm of J. P.
McDowell exploded with terrible
force. Joe Sessums, a colored man,
was killed and Nathaniel Whitfield
was severely scalded. The engine
was wrecked and the gin house blown
down. Steam pressure is supposed
to be the cause of the explosion. The i
boiler was of 30-horse-power, but .
was made to run a 50-horse-power ;
Good Prospect For a Tobacco Fair
Durham, Special. A commite of
the mercants Wednesday afternoon
took up the matter of a tobacco fair
in Durham with the result that a
men composing it were President P.
bring it her as soon as possible. The
hearty recommendation was made to
W. Vaughan, who is accerdited with
having more to do with the new Er
win cotton mill than any other man,
Messrs. W. A. Barbee, A. E. Lloyd,
B. F. Kronheimer and T. J. Lambe
and they are to confer with the
board of tobacco trade as well as the
manufacturers. The prizes for the
best tobacco would be raised from
individual and organization sources
and it is hoped that theer could be
as much as $2,000 given in prizes
for the various tobaccos displayed.
S. H. Kress & Co. to Erect a Build
ing at Fayeteville.
Fayettevile, Special. Mr. Sey
mou Burrell of New York, chief
architect of S. H. Kress & Co., own
ers of the many 5- and 10-cent
stores bearing that name throughout
the country, has arived in this city
to inspect the site recently purchas
ed by Kress for the purpose of
erecting a store here. After going
over the matter thoroughlv with Mr.
T. H. Sutton, Ji, of T. H. Sutton,
Jr., & Co., local real estate dealers,
Mr. Burrell declared that a four
story building may be ercted, the
two upper stories consisting of offi
ces. Work will be begun early in
the spring. An additonal strip of
land has been purchased1 from Led
better Bros, for $750.
Bad Fire at Durham.
Durham, Special. A fire that
burned the Imperial Tobacco Coni
panq's cooper shop, caught the fac
tory, burned a Norfolk & Western
coal shute, partly destroved the T. B.
Tally wood and coal yard, broke out
Friday morning about 4:45 and was
was cheeked an hour later. When
discovered, the blaze had enveloped
the cooper shop,filled with the driest
and most inflammable woods. The
inhabitants of that district were un
acquainted with the alarm system
and the fire had gained such propor
tions that when the companies re
sponded it was so hot that it was
imposible to show water on the burn
ing center. Houses all about began
to smoke and fences conducted a
blaze all over the residence district.
When the fighters teurned the host
on the houses they saved all of
them ready to ignite and confined
suffered a loss of $3,000 covered by
Aged Man Victim of Assault.
Rockingham, Special. F. G.
Puncke, an old German who runs a
restaurant and bakery in this city,
was found lying unconscious under a
stove in the rear of his shop Thurs
day afternoon with two big gashes in
his head. Charged with the deed,
Elmore Maner and Alec Covington,
two young white men, are being
held in the county jail without bail.
The injured man is still uncon
scious and will probably die. There
were no eye-witnesses to the affair
and the motive of the old man's as
sailants is unknown. Maner and
Covington were seen running from
the restaurant about the time the
assault is thought to have been
Ashworth Acquitted of Killing Jones.
Fayetteville, Special The trial of
W. A. Ashworth for the accidental
killing of Daniel Jones has been decid
ed, Ashworth being acquitted after a
ten minutes' session of the jury. In
August last Ashworth shot and kill
ed Jones in a playful scuffle.
The State was ably represented by
Mr. Mclntyre, of Mclntyre & Law
rence, Lumberton, Mr. J. G. Shaw.
Mr. A. S. Hall, Cook & Lewis and
Dr. Battle Appointed Sergeon General
Raleigh, Special. Dr. Robert S.
Young, of Concord, the Surgeon
General of the North Carolina Nat
ional Guard, has resigned and as his
successor Governor W. W. Kitchin
has appointed Dr. S. Westray Battle
of Asheville, the assistant seurgeon.
Col. Young has for over twenty
years, been an officer of the State
Guard, and under the law his resig
nation makes him Brigadier General,
as he advances one rank.
rare Is safe fr' m cholera, H
? to deadlier! to oetroea.
C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1909.
TAR HjEEL CHRONICLES
News Not?s Gathered From All
Parts of the Old North State.
N. C. Boys Victorious.
Ashland, Va., Special. Thursday
night in the college chapel in the
enemies' territory Wake Forest up
held her record in oratory and de
bate in having never lost a series to
any institution since she began to
debate in 1897, in defeating Randolph-Macon
College for the second
consecutive time, the decision of the
judges was unanimous.
The question was: "Resolved. That
the Federal government should se.
cure its entire revenue from internal
taxation rather than from custom
duties." Randolph-Macon had the
affirmat .Ve and had her opponents at
a disadvantage in having the opening
and closing speeches. However, this
disadvantage was overcome by tin
imaginative minds of the Tar Heel
speakers who had broken several
miscroscopes before they left Wakj
Forest in studying the actions of the
amoeba before he was hatched
out. It was a spirited contest and
eaeh team fought its opponent un
til the fall of he gravel, contesting
every point and conceding no man at)
Little Boy Bums to Death.
Statesville, Special. A distressing
accident occurred at Monbo, Catawba
county, Sunday about noon when a
little son of Mr. Jacob Oren was
burn'd to death in the barn on his
father's premises. Mr. Oren's fam
ily are employed in the cotton mill
of the Monbo Manufacturing Com
pany and live on the land of the com
pany. Sunday about the hour named the
little boy, who was just 4 years old.
got hold of some matches and went
to a small barn on the premises. It
is supposed he struck the matches,
anyway, when the barn was found tc
be on fire the building was so en
veloped in flames that the boy could
not be rescued. His charred remains
were found in the ashes of the build
ing and were buried Tuesday. The
barn was a small building and con
tained only a small quantity of feed
Mrs. Lipscombe of Durham Cuts Hei
Throat With Razor.
Durham, Special. Mrs. Susan E
Lipscombe, one of Durham's promi
nent women, committed suicide Thurs
day afternoon at the home of hei
daughter, Mrs. T. G. Sexton witt
whom she was temporarily living.
The deed was executed with won
derful nerve for a woman. Friends
and the family had just eaten dinnei
when Mrs. Lipscombe went for hei
afternoon nap. One of the ladies
wanted her to come down and plai
an old melodeon for amusement and
going to her room found her lying in
her own blood with her head cut hall
off, the windpipe and carotid arteries
severed completely and death un
General Carr to Speak.
Durham, Special. General Juliac
S. Carr has been invited by the grea'
commercial congress which meets ir
Washington Decemger 6 and 7 t
make an address upon the subject
"Opportunities for manufacturing
in the South."
This is the only subject assigned tc
a North Carolinian. It is the favorit
of the general who has been all hi:
life a manufacturer and has wroughl
wonders in Durham. He will discus.'
the subject from the standpoint ol
retrospect and prospect. He is al
work on his figures now and taking
.North Carolina and Durham as th
object lesson, there will be as de
Hghtful a piece of history as the vis
itors have ever listened to.
May Gets Three Years.
Yorkville, Special. Charlie S. May,
former treasurer of the city of Rock
Hill, who was indicted, by the Yori
county grand jury this week foi
breach of trust with fradulent intenl
plead guilty to the charge and was
Wednesday sentenced by Special
Judge Moore to 3 years' imprison
ment in the county jail.
to serve his sen-
Fanner Slain by Son-in-Law.
Goldsboro, Special. Inflamed bj
liquor, Owen Ginn, a wealthy farmer
of Snowhill, Wayne County, entered
the home of his son-in-law, Samuel
Joyner, late Monday night and open
ed fire upon Joyner as the latter lay
abed. Escaping the first few shots
Joyner managed to reach his pistol
and returning the fire, killed Ginn
instantly with the first bullet. Earlier
in the day Ginn made an attack upon
his wife' and shot and painfully
wounded his young son, who was mak
ing a valiant defense of his mother,
and who finally worsted his father.
ALABAMA VOTES AGAINST
Prohibition Amendment to Constitu
is Lost by Majority of 1,800 or
Birmingham, Ala., Special. All in
dications point to a majority of be
tween 18,000 and 20,000 in Alabama
against the prohibition constitutional
amendment Monday. Chairmali J.
Lee Long, who has been in charge of
the fight against the ' amendment,
claims that the majority against the
amendment will be fully 20,000
Jefferson county, in which Bir
mingham, the largest city in the
State, in spite of the fact that the
has been concentrated here,
a majority of over 1,000 asrainst
the amendment. Mobile. Montoni
ery and Cullman counties show the
largest majorities on the victorious
side and it appears the amendment
has carried in but three, counties,
Talladega, Macon and Sumter, with
Lee in doubt.
Monday's election being the first
time the State has ever had an op
portunity to pass on the prohibition
question, is regarded as especially
significant. Still it cannot be regard
ed as a straight anti-prohibition vic
tory because of the personal politics
that has been injected into the issue.
Its association with the administra
tion of Governor B. B. Comer and
his reputed ability to name a suc
cessor to the governorship in Judge
S. D. , Weakley, author of the prohi
bition bills, have figured prominently
in the result.
A significant feature of the result
is the fact that sentiment against
the amendment is so widespread.
Rural precincts, small towns and
cities alike are, for the most part,
returning substantial majorities on
the winning side.
There has never been seen here
anything like the enthusiasm shown
in Birmingham over the result. The
result everywhere is regarded as a
distinct repudiation of the present
State administration which has been
particularly radical in its so-called
Kills Sweetheart's Father.
Camilla, Ga., Special. Pursuing
his eloping daughter who had run
away from home with Columbus
Huey, T. J. Sellers, cue of the
wealtheist farmers of Mitchell coun
ty, was shot to death in the public
road 10 miles southwest of here Sat
urday afternoon, when he caught the
fleeing couple. Leaving his body in
the road, Huey and Miss Sellers, it is
alleged, went on, driving rapidly in
a buggy, intending to complete the
elopement with a wedding.
Cotton Crop Estimate.
New Orleans, Special. The Times
Democrat in presenting its corespon
dents' final reports on the cotton
crop of 1909, states that the concen
sus of opinion points to a total of
The figures by States are: Ala
bama, 1,050,000; Arkansas, 725,000;
Georgia and Florida, 2,000,000;
Louisiana, 350,000; Mississippi, 1,
100,000; North Carolina, 725,000;
Oklahoma, 625,000; South Carolina,
1,150,000; Tennessee, 300,000; Texas,
2,600.000; total, 10,625,000.
Norway's seaweed, used as fuel,
yields a greater revenue than do the
fisheries cf that country.
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On Teneriffe all the villages in the
Las Flores region were evacuated by
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plan whereby the Lords might evade
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President Taft wishes Judge Hor
ace H. Lurton to fill the vacancy
caused by the death of Justice Peck
ham. Both Unionists and Liberals in
England predicts victory for their re
spective parties in the coming elec
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Attorney - General Wickersham
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Reidsville, N. C, Special. Col.
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