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YounMea Line Up for the RpsolatlOBS Adopted ladorslnK Rob ert F. Maddox for llayor Will Marcb-ln Body .to. the BI Rally Monday Night at the Iyrte. More than on -hundred young nten of Atlanta met iaat night at.the office of William -iL Smith in the Kls r building and' formally organized a per manent organization to be known as he Young Men'a Ma \Club. the object of whlgh .1 to align the young men of the oountj and city through an organization. with the forces work- ng for chic toettenaeiU" nd clean government. Press Huddfeaton alderman-elect from the second ward was named as tem porary chairman of the organization. and .fn a brief talk outlined- U" plans a nd.'purposes. 4 William 11. SmlUh. war elected presl- dfBt Otarles W. Bernhardt. tfirrt vJce president Carl Hutcheson. second vice president a IF' Chlldrpss. third vice president S. P. Cronheim. secretary and E. rt Thonta freaaurer. Short talks on civic betterment and purity were made by Major R. J. Gulnn. Atdine Chambers. Shelby. Smith. P- Ryan. Carl Hutch con. E. F. Children. S. R. Welcii.-.c tn Engineers' Union 11. O. Cochran M. 3. Helm of the Barbers' Union C. C. Mason. W. il. Smith . rt F. MaUdox -was ln or ed for may-or by the club In the "following resolutions Resolution. Adopted. "Whereat. the present condition of affairs In Atlanta relative- to the mayoralty is unprecedented in It Issues and' "Whereas under the existing conditions the present race resolves itself to a fl h for a standard of public virtue and against th approval t the ballot box of any sentiment that makes morality and decency non-essential to elevation to public office and 'Vfhereas. it it all-Important that tlb jng manhood of our city and county should be Impressed wlHi the- absolute necessity for th-4r enlistment In the cause a rlvi virtu therefore "Be it resolved by the Young Men's Fulton County' Munching Club. That we unhesitatingly indorse the candidacy of IJjon. Robert F. Maddox. especially urging upon our young -men thaUthey join their energies with our In a determined effort to see that' his oandl- daoy 1. overwiielmtagly successful .and thit' we h'epe'aiKl now pledge to'Mr. Maddox our unceasing labors in his behalf. Meet o MoadmV Night. A meeting Wall called toy -the club to be held at the Cable Piano Company's hall on North Broad street at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Monday night November 23. for the purpose of taking its new members and marching In a body to the 'Maddox mass meeting at the Lyric theater. All young men 'who are interested in civic betterment and who desJre to be come members .of the club- are invited to b present. Any yoang man desiring to become a piembar 'bf the club before Monday nigt.t will give his name by Tail to S. P Cronheim secr 4ary 28 Equitable building. Catarrh One of the most .common of blood did" 'eases much aggravated bv the sudden change of weather-- at. this time of year. Begin treatment at once Kith Hood's Sarsaparilla which effects radical and permanent cores. This great medicine has received 40,366 Testimonials in two Tears which prove its wonderful efficacy in purifying and enriching the blood. Bert for all blood diseases la llirald form or chocolated tablets known a Sratab8 J FOR WOODWARD RALLY IS HELD Continued Prom Pace OB Max. Robert Ransom 'alter Brown. R. O. Cochran Ed Relnhart George Scarrett. Harry Mal b H. T. O'Shields D. O. Dreyfus and Day Mandel. Third Ward M. Hlrschton B Hr Roaecrani. 1. B. Baker. 3- ld Holland. B. 8. Morris George B.- Beauchamp Lawson Lamar 3. T. Murphy and R. R. Jackson. Fourth Ward C. t. Ashley R. "X Ewing J D Kllpatrlck H. Kaplan. Walter Sims. Fifth Ward George Ahlers IT. G. Sf-arkey Ernest Partlajn. R. C. Boon Garnett Wilkinson. 3. E. Bearing Co Moon. T. A. Dean J. H. Lester. W. C. Carraway and T. Matt. Sixth Ward M. Sulunlas Alex W. Stephens 3. Y Smith at. Licbtensteln. Ralph Kaplan S. O. Crane Owen/Holler&- Thomas H. Goodwin .Sam. Bokritski an j James E. Little. Seventh ward-U P. Marquart- .Dr T. D. Longlno. J. T. Garner R. F. O'Shields and T. B. Grace. Eighth Ward S. J. MbGafry. William Manning Virgil Jones Captain A. J. West Henry SehauL Ninth Ward W. R. Johnson William Ivey H. Golden. A. L. Smith F. F. Cochran and R. McCormack. Only One "BBOMO That U LAXATIVE SROMO JUINDCE. Look for. the-signature of E- W. .GROVE. td the World over to Cur a Cold la On Day. 550. MADDOX CLUBS IN MANY WARDS Continued From Page One. American National bank of which Mr. Maddox Is vice president would" handle the city's sinking fund Mr. Maddox said that this bank would have no more to do with the und than would any-mercantile establishment on Peters street That a vault had b n secured in the Empire building for hell' accommoda lion toy tibe commission in charge and' that the American National ban would not handle them. He said that each voter in going to the polls on December 2. would play a part In wr.Ulng Atlanta's history. That the eyes of that whole world were upon Atlanta in the stand she would take at that trme. and Anat crisis was at hand whetarer the.city approved of de cency and purity In the home.or the op posite. He said that he did not wish to inject any personalities in the campaign and wan his supporters to begin work lit once and accon- lish results In the short time before the election. He concluded by jsaylng that If he was elected mayor and he said that he sincerely 'believed fee would be elected mayor that he wanted the people at all times to fool -free to consult and help him- In the. management of In cUys affairs. He promised. If elected that he would put all his thought his' energy and his talent in making Atlanta the best mayor she ever had. Mr. .Maddox toe his. seat amidst the SPENDS. 4 DAY CAMPAIGNING M MH klWnMMnH " Many Manufacturing-Plants CiosedDown for Half Hour to Allpr\r Employees to Hear Candidate for Mayoralty Beceiyes Cordial Reception \ ! 'Bob Maddox the clUsen'a candidate far mayor began his Whirlwind cam- Pftign yesterday/ D the after noon he visited four 9ar e lumber plam and addressed over 600 organized labor voter everywhere receiving. cordial reception. Last night 'he\made hit first "ward" speech wheo be addressed the votera of the an t ward at 282 Peter street. Today. he. will visit a number of in dustrial plant and next week will continue the tame campaign and on up to the day -of the primary. Decem 'bar 2. In'company with Charles W. Bernhardt" president of the Young Men' Democratic League' of Pulton county. nd former president of the Atlanta Federation of "Trade one of the beat"known labor leaders not .only in the city -but the aoutti. Mr. Maddox made the tour. They caught a street car &lid rode :6 the Colcord Lumber Company where Mr. Maddox met and talked with a number of the men and-at the loath hour addressed them 'at an Impromptu meeting. From there they walked peer to the Woodward .Lumber Company where the plant was "shut down for a half hour to 'allow Mr. Maddox to addrest r- C. H. enu C. 11. Monk. A. K. .Morgan D. 8. Bazemore. Arthur He/man. T. VC' RON a. Sr Tlnerr I. a Shropshire. Marion Jackson Isaac U. Haas a. I. Walk Dr. 8. A. Vinsajuka. W. Woods White. TQeorre HHlyer .1 G. Oflesby. Charles I. Ryan. T. R. Sawtell. Hugh Dorsey .1. a Huff Con C. Wall. J. R. TIll y. Robert F. Cox P. W. 8toti William it. Cotton. A. 8. Byers. John Corrigan. C. C. Wayne. Robert A. Broyles. 'C. G. Hannah 3. A. Hynds. hi'H u ln Jl F lightly. J. B. Danl 1 3. Dod on. Waiter McJfaJr. M. J. Nelms. Marcus Loeb..Carl Hutch- jJ n. Ti- E. Fitrimrtek J. C. Much- aniTan U. M Wrifht C. A. Barrett. SU ftf" R. Shropshire. -C. II. I v eVMlke.iIhan- c- H. White. E. 8- Stanton. S- A. Ward- Mathew- requested VOTERS OF THIRD WARD ORGANIZE FOR MADDOX What w a Intended for a third ward meeting for the purpose of taking the first steps lo .organize a .Maddox Third Ward Club at room 104 Kimball House. last night turned out to be a rally for Bob Maddox. Fully two hundred. voters of the third ward Vre present. The roots. couldn't hold the large crowd and an overflow meeting had to be held In the hallway It Is now believed that Maddox .will carry the third ward by a large majority. This .Is the home ward of James G. Woodward and' one that has -hitherto been considered his stronghold. In the audience were' a number of men who had always before this been considered as among Mr. Woodward's strongest allies. The meeting was called to order by E. P. Burns. On motion of Gordon N Hurtel. J. H. Elites. the well-known real estate man. was made permanent chairman and G. W. Heimbaug was made -secretary the employees on. the Issues of the campaign. Here. too. Mr. Maddox was cordially received- and met the majority of hJs hearers. He received many assurances of support. From that 'Plant they went to the lumber plant of D. 3. Ray. where the plant was closed down for another campaign speech and to allow the candidate and the employees to me t and for them to ask any question they wiahed In regard to the campaign. The fourth jplant visited -waj the large plant of W. I Traynham. where the plant was shutdown for a few moments in order to allow Mr. Maddox to address the employees. Here. too. he was given a cordial re ception and many assurances of support. The account of the Uaddoz rally in the first ward last night VI found In another ooluron. No plans are announced for the meetings during the day but'Mr Maddox win visit fcveral. Next week It planned for him to visit all of the and large plants In the ity in order that he may meet the voters and tell them where he stands in this way it is believed that the candidate and voters.may come to know each other and. the. deiired re mitt accomplished. w t i might carry tn ward by a small majority but even that ward is now placed in the Had- cy "nanlLr Wt" m k9 the ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING HELD IN THE FIFTH WARD on vtJ f.h' at Do J rt ft i treet- th citizen. F inlSV are 8UPP rtI"ff RO F. Itaddox for mayor met and form a permanent organization for the purpose of carryln on the campaign start- that ward In the behalf of Mr. Maddox. The meeting started at 7:30 o'oioeic and continued for two hours and it is doubtful if a more enthusiastic" political" meeting has been held anywhere Jher were at least 250 people at the meet- ng during the entire time while at fp-sl 80 more came In from time to time and pledged themselves to support Mr. Maddox before leaving. The meeting opened with Charles W. Bernhardt. former president of the Atlanta Federation of Trades and pre i- I aLUef ft TOUn Mefe8 mocratic league in the chair and under his aire-cUon the meeting went off with a snap. D. TV. Dajden was appointed permanent secretary of the organization and R. E. Nelson assistant secretary. It was moved that the club cards t distributed among those at the meeting and only about a dozen needed to s'gn them the remainder having signed Ahem previously at headquarters at the Kimball house. .In order that'no one' should be missed every one 'that had signed a club card was asked to stand and not a man -remalned sitting. There were at least 50 speeches t y. different men In.all walks of life made during 'e among whom were the following Judge Dodgen Charles W. Barrett. Jesse- -I. Wood. V. Tom Winn. Doc Barrett. IT. )1. Beutelj. 'Megsr Johnson. Johnston. Mitchell The speeches were enthusiastic anl the applause and cheering that-greeted their conclusion was deafening. Every person Jn tl room was an attentive listener to each address and at the conclusion of .the meeting the entire audience pledged themselves to support MARCHINGEtuB" OF M DnX ME Young Me UpJorl e titlz s Canlidar ftUDDLESr N IS CHAIR AN J laclqrahi.Ro -UI H h.laBo t" Dlc Hall Moalla 'L7rie. one At n1a. met aat n.I ht at. tbe oi1ra. IZed 'per- rgan aU n the' olj t whl h is all n men' 0 O nt organl tl n. the.forcu ing f r ilnd f m &I theorga'nl tlon. brief e.ml d. D r.t \ e pre t Uut hellon. CrQ:1h lm. ID. Thom8O."lrea.iuer. 'Chamtl Ml. E. H 'n. 'Children R.Wekh. c1 as on R.A't"t't 7 W6 .Inior"e. f r n1a- b .fo lo preso nt on lton At nta alt \ln1)rec dented. its ssues,6I1d'l exlsU pre. nt It ef I ht ap r \'al -at j ballot n sen m ent that. I erl'a.s. lm ortant tihei i 'n ess\ly 0' .rrt r h'd. t e Mar chlng c ndldac I on. eSpe CIlIlY 0 un thaL they urll 'Me 'his thtt''we h'ee' and to 'Mr. n on II cJ b b street-at or It n 'wha'e \'k -pr nt. 'otn J1ellJ r nl IGt seCr ary build themolt.conmoDof dJ 'euuiJmach yt.he gre emc purifyinglcd enricbingthe l usual or tab bowD.fII JIlO doses U. RAllY'IS ois. t'tans m 1falsbt ThlrdWard M E" fld J Ward R.-A. J. 'Ward rge hlers l1rkey rne't' 'Boon. De .rlng T and W. Ward' So 'Y. 5 O"'enH l- ler. and R..F Ward-So M iGarr .J. Inth Joh on .H. CUJI I I ati nal prell Jent wO .ll .1r.Maddox more to' any. mer- been In' th a c 'ha .and' w ld wOUld. pl y hlslol' b le W "fe l1at wua't" h. nd-w.hetih &t" t d dld'not' h h P' \n- d mayor. In. r l. th iu ht 1s'energy b ltmaYor tOok ROBE Rr'MA D.OX gUS'YDAYC MP NING. ny M f cturing'PlantsClosed.nown lf our .to' Q En ployee fto .oralt CordialRe'ception. f 'BObM d c ndlda1 tIa or bllwhJrl 1l1 7e.ter4 1 th are a4 1rwedoyer v ten 1.'errWhere' r a. C rdlai r iptlon.L..t 'h \madehls apeechwbeobe iLddre..ed. ther.t ard O tn- plaDts. n xt w ek' contlliuethelame II tl tb prlmaty.Decem Ch rlea en' 'Demo raULea e Fu1t n Ml4 Vednat i1 or-Trade. Gfth. tT.fbut' tlleaouUi tOil ca ht Lum r number'cit men. and. tthe add relied tu t Fromthere ver ithe w down' a. I 'all W' t H. Etna.CH. Monk K.MorPD D Bazimo I arlon I S 'I 'G rr.e am. -er a I 1 Tilley RO rt F.Cor I 3 I L.H. Z. GollgbtlTJ. Iels. cWo .c.Dodson Mc1' 8Jr J..oeb. Carl I son. Sol BenJamltl F. Wang F. r. Ha I -r r rlcht I. Bryan. R. Barge. Mlke f..han. F. Vicke.ry A. law 1. Guthrnan. Ma.rlon rathe1t Th e 'wOrklnlf 'co e Isto cal at the'club headquarters 27 South Pryor street. on Saturday and 1fondav to re Information from "ir Pr sdt'nt G The' fun commit. I tee wlJI meet 1I0n4ay e\ n1njt' promptly at7 o'clock at th" h..n. T11 .e' om t I i m et Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock .AU voters In the second 'wa. who are for laddOx&r@ reQUeatM to call rd rs and sign membershIp n 'e Ung e t 1 addox at. rally. F 1y re'lIr'es n1. roo . th anovertloW ni ( ng 'now' tIlrdward Is Wood" d 'onsld rl'd on.lder d 'strongest l' ll'd E.P. o Nc w man.'was made'sl'cretar'\ l 1. es th H.wdoxwu ibe 'Us H 'UIUr-- pl nt cart41 atean4 meet. theY.,1Ihed fourth. vblted.'W'U 0 L. Traynhamwher w..glven re. e.tlU nail4 .th..Ya.ddox 'n bl 1. io curIDf. ViraL ext 1. ll th City 0 1.1e teved yotera may Mr. O lward the third lox c lumnendthla 'make unanimous. It night .Judge. Dod en'a court Marietta street the * the ward 'ho SUpporting Robert 1faddoxtor andtorm t rganj atlon' ed In o a' I 1C hours. I' anrwher. e.rhero lea t r'ng'durlng Iputlo tl S Ir. Madd Jt W Tra es. pr dent of the T'otlnll' 1 I.eB ue. th 'W' Da den Xt"IS n dUb- tie' the'meetln dozen'neede'd fteadq rters that 'n mlsst"d. ry clubcardwBII a ked' mao.rerr.alnPd f ert sty- m n In' all ot. d rlng the I C'h rll"l W.Barrett. W. V nn. Beutel WalraV n. \\'ere enlh 81ullc an a ch4'etln that .gr etffi In the addr 's8nd at. oflhe mNtlri .MARcNJNG- toe MADDOX. MEN. Up.for titilfls1' CHAVRMAN Idor.l . fto IIayor-Wlil nen Iijer fo ti1iy .ten' dclty elet d 1 Thpmasfreaurer. Hutchecon. E welt c the I. lssues.altd ln the yoJrbg our-city youngmen de- that Madotoxour e- be secretary auaismuch.ggrsvatedby 'weathet--M.-thls- Begin pro'veits au In- One.- B A Ward-George -1t. C Ward 1. QVININFIW B MADDOXCLUBS MANYWARDS Nationatbankof sinkinglund lr. a-vault et hand de- ot'- n accor'p1Ieh tbe ROFT' MA'DO.O us 'A1lo " .oralt3-ReCeiVeS itizen lou 1gn eaterd.g Thirthg- tare voters. lghthetnade vote drst Ia company at at 4- m George Sto0.e. C L. H. Zurline. n W C. Dodeon. 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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 21 Nov 1908, Sat,
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