Caroline Upshaw

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Probe of Crash In Show House Washington, January 28.— (By the Associated Press.)— Senator Capper, of Kansas, a member of the senate District of Columbia committee, an - be would intro duce a resolution calling for an investigation of the Knickerbocker the - ei nee the bednninit of the war. Senator Capper said reports had come to him that to - a more or less degree the building code of the District of Columbia bad been violated during the rush of construction following the increase in the city's population following the war declaration. BANDIT TO GET NEW TRIAL* SAYS 'PASTOR Continued from First Page. : which he himself is a doomed I am Judge Humphries' friend, but m not suhacrtbine to Judae Hum phries' rule of administering the law. I believe it is too |iteral and - - too technical. It is not for the best interest of society far the milk of human kindaess and "that wonderful thing we call mercy; to* fade out of the heart of those* who administer the law. "Not a Plea far DaFre. - "Personallv. I have no desire to de fend Frank DuPre,i the Peach tree Bandit. His crime was beyond the pale of defense. It seems the crime 'But I do believe that for the ulti te good of society a great mistake i been made in trvinjr DuPre in the neweoaoers before he was tried in the courts, and if his attorneys succeed getting a new trial, it win oe oe ise the Dublic mind 'was nreiu diced against the boy bandit by articles and sermons appearing in the papers while he was on trial in the courts. "It is no novince of mine, as a preacW, fo damn any man, no. matter what his crime, until the law has taken its coarse, end then it 1s my duty to go into the very shadow of the gallows and do aO in my power, to point the path that leads to gate* t aking a Blap at "suiy women and "asinine men." Dr. Ridley, discussed the influence that such - characters have had upon the criminal history of "Every Frank DuPre." he declared, "has his Betty Andrewsr and In venture the assertion that not one Frank DnPre out of every fifty who havt added the lurid flushes of blatant crime to the world'* great painting has been without his jsetty Andrews. Discussed Kn Klux. Another sensation was caused by Dr. Ridley when he stepped aside from the discussion of the DuPre case to speak of his connection wil the Ku Klux Klan. .which has con in for much criticism from many "I have been accused of being member of the Ku Klux. and I want to state here and now that it s true. I am a member of the organization. it has Deen pumisnea irom end to end of this continent It is no se Continuing. Dr. Ridlev stated that he and the Ku Klux ha<5 been widely advertised aa enemies of the Jews, spoken of as "anti - Jew" as well as "anti - many other things." "But I want to state to yen hero," said he. "that on next Wednesday evening, in this room, there W31 be an address delivered by Dr. Jacob Gartenhaus. one of the most prominent members of the Jewish race, who will speak in Centra) Baptist church TV Ridlev then stated that be wished nil those who believed the Ku Klux and himself to be "anti - Jew" rn he on hand and hear what the Jewish speaker would say. He de subject Dr. Gartenhaus would use, speaker. NIECE OF GEORGIA CONGRESSMAN HURT tLsSt^tSmi headed vS«?St gled in one kindred watt of axcraciat - hamnnity from mother to child," is the description given of .the tragedy by those who live to toll its tale., in relating mm experience wane imprisoned underneath the debris, Mr. Galloway said that he was rescued three boors before Misa C pshaw. Tatted All Time. "During the six hours ia Which we ere pinned beneath the wreckage," e said. "Mias ' I" pshaw and I coa - ereed meat all the time. She Hid not appear to be fully conscious of her injury,, pains being lost ia the distraction of the dying, who were all about us, although she, of coarse. was sniienng in tense agony an tne while." It was not until 2 o'clock, at which time Mr. Galloway was extricated, that Miss Morion - TJnahaw. ,i«t.r «f the injured woman and secretary of iranamaii upsnaw, was Iinauy ot her sister's fate. ;x>n leaving the Octovia apart - . where RenrMentativa TTnahaw and hts nieces reside, the ill - fated COlinle did not ntat» drfinitolr tn which amusement house rhev intended going. After receiving news of the aisaster, tne eiaer aiiss i pshaw hurried to tbe scene, where she kent a tireless .virgii until her sister was •Under Mass af Steel ' Immediately . unon Mr. • Galloway's rescue. Miss Upsbaw's location and igpition were given, and all attend on was directed at once to her re covery. It was a tedious task, however, for upon her lowes, limbs, which from the chill of snow and weight of concrete were now deadened, a mass of tangled steel almost ansurmo trot able lay. Finally, two hours later. • ar o pcioea in tbe morning, she FoTtowuHT^e Cbvsieian's renort at the hospital that transfusion would in hear the Continued from First Page. rpmnTAri nlive. and. althonzh re maining under the mass of steel and snow for over eight hours, - during versity student, occupying the Sent be - Jnries. . ' According to stones tow oy air. Galloway and others, he and Miss Upsnaw had been in the theater some 80 minutes before the fatal crash came. There was a dull, crunching thud oi snow, he said, a strident clanging of steel, followed by .a roar of falling concrete and girders, which have been beta repetitions^ some sight which prevailed 14 are continually being beat the gravest tragedy ere* C by tbe nation's capital. ana, is tho case of Congressman Smithwick. of Florida, who strJoyed a miraculous escape. Representative Smithwick. who is a native of Cherokee county, an# Whose trie, was seated in the balsowjf th. *| theater at the time of ha coUrtfc By I the impact of the falling roof heVas I buried into tne pii aw>w wan o« ■ waa buried for several hours before . I nag nm imprison - *n> I e Smithwick, who I injuries, personal - I meat Representative r^raned with minor ll ly directed the Work of resenrers tal In locating a number of bodies, both tiring and dead, whtch other wise might have remainjfcr unfour.d, VfoiiMfi Votaiw Mtet.' Thomasville, G*» Januar/ ».— (Special.)— The first of ft series of j I meetings to be held by the weal League of Women Voters took place Saturday afternoon at the courthouse with an address by Judge W. E. Thomas, ot 4 Valdosta. ■ - - ■; ' These meetings are designed by the league to instruct the women in pitl - The body of an American soldier, killed in France, was recently shipped from that country to Canada, whicii was the soldier's native land. STEWART'S Junior Shoe Dspt. . Today Only Clean - Up Sale 1 of 200 pairs of Growing Girls' Shoes in odds and ends — White Canvas, White Tops, Black and Tan Lace Boots (mosily black), some narrow toes. | Sue* 2% *o 6 $1.00 . i7_ r*t n ll' l ssaTTOTFFTsf— eu»*jTs*Nwca aasawaM No Refunds No C/O. D.s f No Exchange* FOR SALE Plat newsprint paper suitable for small publishers and job printers. The price is right. P. O. Box 1731, Atlanta, Ga. It Li m XAAW^ \\\\w 6mnr3S

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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 30 Jan 1922, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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