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nine killed while out on a
[REFORMS FOR RUSSIA.
Of the Thirteen Women In the 8lelgh
Not One Eicapid Injury—Seven
Were Killed Outright—Two More
Died In the Hospital— How the Accl-
Harnellsvllle, N. Y„ Pe b . 2,-Apas-
senger train on the Pittsburg. Shnw-
inut and Northern railroad tonight
crashed into a sleigh containing thir
teen women, killed seven outright
and so seriously injured the remain
ing six that two of them died after
being removed to the hospital. Of
the other four, two are In a serious
The accident occurred near Arkport.
The sleigh was one of three carrying
a party from the Unlversalist church
of this city.
Mrs. Mary Gillette.
Mrs. Charles Thomas.
Mrs. Eugene Shaw.
Mrs. Joseph Hallott.
Mrs. C. C. Graves.
Mrs. Bert Moore.
Mrs. Fred Greene.
Mrs. Ruth Patchen.
Mrs. F Broughton.
Mrs. F. R. Rowley.
Mrs. Wallace Clark.
Members of the Ladies’ Aid Society
of tho Unlversalist church went to a
farm house near Arkport to spend the
afternoon. It was nearly dark when
they started on the return trip to the
city. The occupants of the leading
sleigh saw the train approaching aa
they neared the Shawmut crossing.
The driver urged his horses ahead,
and the sleigh passed over the tracks
FROZEN EARTHWORKS DEFIED
A88AULT8 OF RU88IAN8.
ALL THE NEW8 FROM THA
OF THE COUNTY.
For Five Days the Russians Hurled
Themselves Agglnst the Japanese
Defenses, But Fell Back Without
Accomplishing Any Damage to the
Russian Headquarters, Huan Mourn
tain, Feb. 1.—The five days’ combat
which will go down In history as the
battle of the Hun river, was fought
out on a seemingly unending plain,
which Is broken only by southern am
ethyst mountains around Yental, the
solitary eminence of which Is the Lino
Yang tower, of bloody memory.
The bright glare of the sun reflect
ed from a dazzling expanse of snow
was painful to the eyes, and It was
with difficulty that one could follow
here and there black streaks marking
the Russian columns of wavering skir
mish lines dashing against what resem
bled dull gray rocks, but which In re
ality were the villages of Lldlatoun 1
and Tanlepu and tho extensive ham
let of Sandepas, bastloned by Chinese
defenses and converted by the Japan
ese Into veritable fortresses—surroun
ded with wire entanglements and
Exposed to the Intense cold of, a
Manchurian winter, the mounds of
earth had become like granite and as
impenetrable as the stsel sides of a
For five days Russian soldiers hurl
ed themselves against the defenses
and field artillery pounded them un
til the frosty air reverberated with tho
thunder of cannon, the din of bursting
shells, the rattle of musketry, but
neither steel point ehell nor nickel
bullet availed against the frozen
earthwork!. The gunner*
wept witt desi
|hf, CZAR AGREES UPON NEW
FORM OF GOVERNMENT.
Young Man Killed a Urge
Figures In a Romantic W.
Old Church Being Replaced
New One—Other Matters of
Old Redland, Feb. 2. t\
last a young son of Mr. f.
mons killed a large rattles:
urlng between five and/’
length, bearing eight ttr\alj
Little Marie McQuol^ Id,
Dr. Little Is treating her*, A
she will soon be all right
Mr. Cecil McCall, Ousle.
little operator. Is quite an" Ttdept lit
i Was Told Bluntly by a Minister
[ That the Old Form Wee a Failure—
[ The People to Have a Voice In the
[ft. Petersburg, Feb. 2—A report Is
>nt here that tho Czar has grant-
j Russia a constitution, which Is
Itamount to the Magna Charta.
Minister of Agriculture Yomoloff
Intly Informed the emperor, accord-
1 to this report, that'the present
item of gbvernment has outlived its
and that without tho nld
I he , Russian people it would be
, , H.v,.. ... .Impossible to carry on tho business
social circles. the empire, even by force.
Mr. L. E. Moore, a former resident jpjNIcJiolas reprimanded Ycmoloff’s
of Old Redland, was mah-Ied on Sun- [impertinence at the time of tho Inter
day, the 22nd, to Mies Lyda LanfSHRi ’** *
With Royal Baking Powdj
no mixing with the hands,!
the brow. Perfect cleanlini
facility, sweet, clean, heal]
of Hopewell, Fla. Fearing that Ito
parents would object, the young cou
pie went to Lake City to be married,
Afterward, however, he recall-
led him and commanded that his ideas
pe embodied in a ukase addressed to
M. Witte. Yemoloff returned with a
m uu min uea, xemoion returned with a
but they soon received a message iht Written constitution and read it to
rorgheness and an invitation to enmn the Czar. When the minia+n*
Full instructions in the “ Royal Bakei
book for making all kinds of bread"
with Royal Baking Powder. Gratia to
forgiveness and an Invitation to corao
back. On their return they met a
hearty welcome and numerous costly
presents awaiting them. His Old Rad-
land friends wish to extend best
wishes and most hearty congrntifia-
The old church building at New
Redland has been torn away an&fo
new one is being erected In Ite Btoad.
The nice cottage henfle of Mr. jM
Mrs. Edward Nicholson is nearing
completion. • j
Mr. Charles Powell attended qiijff.
terly conference last Sunday at Lilia
The pupils of
the Czar. When the minister had fin
ished the Czar Impetuously seized a
pen and signed what will.be known
in history as the. Russian Magna
What the Constitution Contains.
Included in this the main points
are: Witte, aa president of the coun
cil, is charged with the extension of
davolopment of the prlclples of refor
mation, as detailed In the Imperial
^Sase of Christmas. Order Is to be
“stored throughout the empire by
:eful methods. The Russian peo-
aro to 1 be Invited to cooperate
tho government According to
iport, those methods may Include
.of tho assemblage or
A. H. DUKES,
!, GW, RUE FEED SUPPLIES.
SPECiy Vicars No. i North Carolina Seed
; had very little
i finish. Evdryta
I Imperial palace.
. and when It came to
ttie pilot of the engine struck the
sleigh with great force, reducing it to
splinters and hurling the women In
all directions. Every woman on the
sleigh was killed or injured.
The other members of the party
hurried back to the assistance of
their unfortunate companions, and the
train was stopped and backed up to
The bodies of the dead were placed
upon the train, and the Injured were
laid upon Improvised cots In the bag
gage car. Tho train then proceeded
The news of the accident had been
telephoned to the city, and hundreds
of friends and relatives of the unfor
tunate women were waiting at the
The men' seemed indifferent to
hunger or cold, which latter was of
Arctic Intensity. Their fingers,
hands and feet were benumbed, while
stinging snow and dust, blinded them.
The slightest wound caused excrucia
ting pain. Warm blood no sooner ex
uded from lacerated flesh than It be
gan to freeze. The wounded could
not be left exposed, and If they did
not receive attention within an hour
they died. Man was powerless In the
face of nature, which heaped tortures
upon the troops and defeated the well-
thought-out plan of the commander.
bound from start
The . dob kieets everySaturday
night at 7 p. lft. ' Sunday school at t
■ayer meeting at 7 o’clock
Convicts Escape on Engine.
Huntsville, Tex., Feb. 1.—Two con-
•ite For'" Prices.
station. The dead were at once taken
to tho morgue, and the Injured were
placed In ambulances and taken to
the Mercy hospital.
Elisha Quick, driver of the second
sleigh, was badly hurt. He said he
tried to stop the sleigh, but could not
control the horses.
p. m. and prayer _
Sunday night. We ere glad-to hsvej
our friends come and assist ns In
The rural free delirery service Is ai
great convenience, but on Wednes
days and Saturdays the cantor’s ar
rival Is hailed with unusual pleasure.
Every one Is eager to sec The Valdos
ta Timet, of which we are all so proud.
Mr. J. J. Scruggs has been to Black-
shear to visit his children, who are
there at school.
Miss Sallle Sims has returned home
after a very pleasant visit of iwo
wcoks in Florida.
When newcomers are Initiated hue
Old Redland society they are alwajs
supposed to "ride the goat." So las:
Wednesday night Mr. B. A. I/>vvoru
preferred the bell goat, much to the
amusement of his friends.
vlcta made a daring escape from the
penitentiary here today. They over
powered the engineer and fireman of
a locomotive In the penitentiary yards
and steamed from the ground! under
fire of the guards. They ran the en
gine about five miles, when they aban
doned It and took to the woods. One
of the prisoners was serving a life
sentence under charge of murdering
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