A ''.ineil )'d l'ellow'H Icel. fl.tNTON, la., August S. Clinton has a ' 1 oe il colored Od l Fellow s, working work-ing uruer a disjiensation granted by the Manchester unity of England. One of its members named Winiield, the presiding otlicer, came into lodge hist nicTht man intoxicated condition, and, on motion d' another brother, was declared de-clared unlit for oliice. ile was apparently appar-ently leaving the lodge room, when he drew a lame clasp knife and made for the two men who had made and seconded sec-onded he resolution, striking at the one who made the resolution, but be missed him, and ran his knife into the shoulder i Fred McNeill. He then ma le ior the other, K. D. niith. stiik-, stiik-, - - ing him in th lorehead, Smith in turn felling him to the floor with a chair. Winiield w as arrested, out released on bail, and is now under care of a physician. physi-cian. Two of the men are quite seriously seri-ously injured. What the oiueome will j be is not known.