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tentelt 4 clerk In Kamper's declared positively that h sen Mary Phegan with Arthur liatrnldnlght Saturday they the- corner of Hunter and For- J /f sy.th -streets a few yard distant from 5 the pencil factory. Beaten had known the dead girl since early Childhood. They were Intimate friends he ad. Asserting that he had spoken to her he stoutly maintained th&t she had answered his greeting. 3 L. Watkln a neighbor to the home la which Mary lived also teetl- d that be had seen her Saturday aft ernoon when she crossed Ash by street i at Belfwood. She presumably was on her way home he stated. Oeorge Epps Is a bright quick-witted chap and proved an .eager witness. lie was brought before the inquest following the examination ol Pearl Robinson the sweetheart of Arthur Mulllnax who testified In that youth s behalf. "How old are you. on was the first question asked him. "Fifteen going on sixteen he an- wered with alacrity. "Do you work or go to school "I work at furniture itore. in the afternoon 1 s H paper tils' answers were clear and brief. He made a pleasing Impression Lives Near Phagan GirL "How far dd you live from 1J8 Lindsay street the home of Mary Fhs-gan "Just around the block" "Did you know Mary Teg sir I certainly did We were I good friends When did you last see her alUe Saturday morning. Just before din ner when we came to town together on a street eV' "Did you erftnge to meet her that afternoon "Yei. str1 We were to have met at 2 o'clock In Elkln Watson's drug store at Five Points. We were go ing to see the parade and go to the knovinc plctur shows. How long did you wait for her when she failed to show upr "Until 4 o'clock In the afternoon I stuck around two hours waiting for her. Then I had to go and sell my papers. "Did you InQulre for her "Yes1 I went to her house when I got through with my papers She hadn't got back. The folks were looking for her. "When you and Mary were riding t" town did you talk any She Wanted Money I Mighty Bad. "We talked a whole lot She said i she was going to the pencil factory to draw the wages due her She said she didn't have but II SO coming to her but wanted that mighty bad. "How wai she dres ed "She had on a blue dress and a dark blue hat I remember that hat mighty well because I asked her why didn't she buy a 'stylish lldr TJmph' she said 'I m no stylish glrL I don't need one. "Did you both get op the car at the same time "Vo" She was on tint. When I got on Bhe mentioned for me to come and lt bealde her While we were coming to town ehe began talking about MT Frank. When Bhe would leave the factory on some afternoons she said Frank would rush out in front of her and try to flirt with her ac she passed "She told me that he had often winked at her and tried to pay her attention Hr would look hard and straight at her she 1 and th-r w ild mll- She called him Mr Frank It happened often she said "How wa the subject of Mr. Frank brought up' She told me she wanted me to Hanan's Latest A Smarter English Last It's Fashion's LAST decree the FINAL word in correct footwear for men. And with all the Smartness of the lines and the strict adherence to the new London Gut the guaranteed HANAN quality is there to back it up. This combination assures you absolute perfection in every detail The price in all leathers is Six Dollars Rubber Sole English Oxfords tan only Four and Five Dollars "Onyx" jjl Hosiery CARLTON'S Thirty-Six Whitehall WYATT'S C 0 D GROCERIES NEW LOCATION 73 SOUTH PRYOR ST. MAIN 4926 ATLANTA 947 That the people of Atlanta appreciate the extremely Low Prices we are making on Quality Groceries has been demonstrated by our removal this week to a larger and brighter store where we are better able to serve our thousands of friends and customers. We are now located at 73 South Pryor street two doors north from the old location. To better take care of your needs we have added to delivery service as well as our staff of clerks. Compare the Service Quality and Price with what you pay the small corner grocer then phone us your order. No. 10 flver Lea lard Swift's Prera. 1O Hams Ib. Swift's Picnic Bais Ib. Kingan'sSIicedOQ/ Bacon Winner Milk Meadow Gold Butter lOc Can String Beans 10e 1 Sections Ib. come-down io the factory.whett the. got off as often as I could" to-'escort her home and Under protect her. "When did you hear she was kfll- "Sunday. Positive that he had seen Mary Pha gan at midnight Saturday. Edgar I Sentell offered to awear that it waa the pretty vlcflnTwhOril Tie encountered with the suspected Mulllnax at Forsyth and Hunter streets. He was the first witness during the afternoon session"I met Mary FKagan aurf MnUlnmx at Hunter and South Forsyth streets eltnfer between- U wn 1 lit tle later. I am not positive which he stated. "Were they standing together he was questioned. No They were walking along. "Are-you confident you knew both Mulllnax and Mary 1 knew Mulllnax at \h car barns. 11 had known Mary all my lire. I was born and raised with her. "When was the last time you aaw One week previous to Saturday 1 night" 1 "Did you speak to her "I did. I as.ld- 'Hello. Mary. "DM she reply r "Bhe did. She said Tlello Edgar. "Were her parents accustomed t letting her ga with boys' L Amazed to See Her Uptown. "No They were pot It amased me when I saw her uptown at such an hour with a man. She looked like she was tired and fagged out" 'What did1 she wear' A light purple dress black shoes with a light blue ribbon tied In her hair She didn t ha.\e a hat An umbrella was In her hand" Can you swear that it was Mary Phagan you saw I can and wilL I am swearing now that It was Mary Phagan Iaw" 'Can jou swear It was Mulllnax "I am not so positive about him If It wasnt it was his splt-and-image" Did you know Mulllnax's name 'No Not at that time I had seen him so much around the car barns though I learned his name later" When did you first hear ol Mary's murder Sunday morning on an English ave. nue trolley car. "Who did you first telir Mrs Coleman her mother" 'Did the paper tell wh6 was killed T ent to Mother Of Girl. No I heard men at the car barn ga the girl's name was Phagan I immediately remembered seeing Mary at midnight I Went Straight to Mrs Coleman. and learned that It was her daughter \V7iere dU you work before becom- ng connected with your present employers I was In the navy" When did you leaver "April 18 1913" "How long had you been there "Three months" \\h did you leave 'Because of eye affliction I couldn't reajj the targets on the rifle range "Tn your eye-sight ordinarily affected Vot particularly so "Are jou sure your eyes dldn t fall you when you saw this girl Saturday at midnight" "I am positive they did not" 'Do vou drink 'Occasionally But I never get drunk Were you drinking Saturday nleht'1 a drop' At this Juncture the clothing worn by the murdered girl was h ld to the Questioned man B gaze. Is this the dress she wore when jou aw her Saturday night It is" Bloody Hairs Are Found. The discovery of a dozen strands of bloodv hair. Identified by her sister workers as that of the murdered- glrl B was related by R. P Barrett a mechanic In the pencil plant who made the find He was placed upon the stand di rectly after It had been vacated by Policeman Laseier. What Is your employment 'I am a machinist with the Nations' Pencil company 'How Ions have you been with them'1 'Seven weeks' "Did jou know Mary Phagan "lies Sh' ran a nulling machine at the factory 'When did you see her last' "Tuesday one week ago She didn't work after that because of shortage In metal How far Is her machine from the dressing room she us d 'AbcAit six feet" Was anything unusual found around the machln at which she worked7" Splotches Of Blood. 'The girls at the faotory told me Monday that Mary had been murdered They were dim and looked as the floor at the base of her machine I fc/und several dim and looked as though whitewash had been spread over them It looked as though the floor had been swept carefully Was anything else found on the floor "Tea Monday morning I started to Q Guaranteed Fresh Country j 2doz Case 30 doz. i6c 5 cases doz. Meadow Gold Q7n Butler pound 0 1 U Beachwood Creamery Butter Ib Fresh Country Butter Ib 400 Coffee best in Atlanta Ib I Ib. Pure Coffee 300 value 8oc Tea Extra quality Ib No. io Snowhite or Flakewhite Morell's Breakfast Ba- conlb 2oc Assorted Cakes Jb.y.fia Cash Grocery Co 118 and 120 Whitehall Straet work upon a lathlng n-v .u 7 the nulling machine of Jlary My I hands became tangled with long hair I picked ut a dozen strands or acre.- They were bloody. A number of the girls came and Identified them as having "come from Mirya bead. "Wai Mary a quiet glrir "Exceptionally quiet and a very Well behaved one. x "Did anyone pay or attempt to pay I attention tV her "Not of my knowlwge. No one did arounot the factory.11 "How large was the spot of blood rou ionnd near the ttadtlne at wblen she worked r "Abwnt six Inches in diameter. There ware several smaller spots. "What floor oecond. "How near the elevator "At the extreme end 200 or more feet I would judge from the lift" Girls Afraid Of Frank. "Did you ever know of familiarity which Frank tried with Mary "No" Declaring thai in his opinion both of the notes found beside the dead girls body were written by the same person. P. M. Berry assistant cashier of the Ponrtfc National bank and a handwriting expe-t skta that the script In the mysterious missives re sembled only slightly that of the writ- Ing of the suspected watchman. He took the stand at J'35 p. m. "What experience iave you inv distinguishing handwriting "Only the experience that could be gained by my twenty-three yeara of service with the bank" The notes were shown him. He In spected them closely in the light lof a window fronting beoatnr street "Were they written by the same person he was asked. "In my opinion they were. Was Factory Used For Assignation Berry the factory mechanic waa recalled to the stand at 4 10 o doc Sensational evidence was gained from him relative to the usage of the factory building as an alleged place of asstgnatton for men and women. "Did anybody work In the plant during aSturdaj' was the first question "No one of my direct knowledge. I heard howerer of two yvung employees who were at work on the top floor "Do you know them "Not their names 1 "Could you point them out to the detectives "I could "Then. from Coroner Donehoo "I will send a man after them You go with him. "What la the usual pay hour of the factory "At 12 noon on Saturdays" "Have you ever heard of the build- Inj being used for Immoral purposes "Yes Frequently A Mr Asbury Callowfcy connected with the Seaboard offices near the factory building has told me that he has often seen men and women and girls going In and out of the building at night" "Had you heard such rumors from the Inside of the concern by that. Is meant from attaches to the plant "No" 'Don't you suspect that some of the girls of the factory have filled clandestine appointments In the building 'I don t think so I believe every girl In the place U straight abso lutely Gantt Smiles During Quiz. J M Gantt the Marietta youth who Is held as a suspect In the Phagan case was put through a gruelling ex amination He ne\er flinched through the ordeal answered the questions prompt and crtielselx and smiled during the entire procedure He nas put on the rack the moment his sweetheart Pearl Robinson had been excused He remained under ex amination probably longer than any other witness except the negro Newt Lee The time was an hour Did you know Mary Phagan I did I had known her since she was a little tot" Were ycm ever employed with the pencil factory "I was up until three weeks ago "Why did you leave them -"I was discharged" "Why were jou discharged' Alleged Shortage the Trouble. Because of personal differences with Mr. Frank the superintendent. 'What were the differences' Two dollars short In the pay roll" 'AN ere you in charge -of the pay roll "I was paymaster" 'Did you ever see Frank with Mary Phagan "Nu1 "You always paid off the employees did you not 1 did. 'How were they paid With the envelope method "Did you ever pay Mary Phagan \es What did she make7" "Presumably M 05 a week judging by the wage scale of the plant" "When did you see her last "The day I quit the pencil company. "Had you seen her since "No. "Where did you go cm Saturday Went to the Factory. 1 went to the pencil factory about 6 30 o'clock that afternoon" THd you see Mr. Frank there "Yes"Did he appear excited agitated Yes He seemed nervous "Did yofl ever hear Mary Phagan say she couldn't trust Frank that she feared him In any manner No. 'How long were you In the building Saturday afternoon 'No Ic/nger than ten minutes "What did you dor' 1 got a pair of Bhoea I had left In the place when I quit Also I telephoned my sister Mrs F. C. Terrell what time I Intended coming' home that night I used the phone In Mr. Frank s office. "Then whslt did you do "Went to a poolroom watched several games of pool ana went home "What time did you arrive home 110 30 p m. "Were you there when the police came "No Did your sister tell of their visit "No. Skaak Take Stud. Other testimony relative to the ru mored Immoral reputation of the fac tory building was gained from V. E. Shank of Shank Bros whose estab. Ushment Is on Forsyth street near the vprncir idnt T Shank was called immediately after i Barrett had left the stand. "Do you work at nightr "I da" "Hart yon ever teen couples goln-f Into the pencil factory "I have seen no couples. I have witnessed girls and men going singly Into the place after dark "How long h94"lt been since you'vo seen thls/X 'Last summer some time "Did you make a statement recently haflng seen girls enter the build r crowd of such ilxhtA I had PROPOSE CIGAR FACTORtES Tampa. PUu Ajkrll JO A "head-laJT is proposed in the state revenue meas ure to be. placed before the legislature. Representative Goldstein who has the measure In charge proposes to have the state place a tax of H centi per man- on cigar factories employing more than ten cigar-makers. It li estimated that about 20.000- cigar-maker "are employed in the factories at Tarn pa and Key West The proposed tax Is x new departure in Florida revenue- raising legislation and will be fought ftroaus tin lira ud Puffin tht Blood TO Old 8 nJ rd general tiutnrttentnc tonic. OROVETS TASTELESS chill TONIC arouw tb llrar to action irlrM nuUrlt out of t& blood ant baildi up the system. For aduitt tad rttldren. SOo. QUIZZED WEDNESDAY BY DETECTIVE CHIEF MISS ELLA MAUD EUBANKS Stenographer for Leo M Frank. seen We were discussing the question of whether or not frolics' were secret ly held In the place Thought Girl V\ Mary. E S Skipper of 224 1-2 Peters street testified that he saw a sextet of men and women reeling drunkenly up Trin ity avenue from Whitehall street Sat urday night shortly before 11 o'clock. One of the girls he said answered the description Of Mary Phagan "What did you sec at Trinity an 1 Whitehall'1 "Three men two women and a girl dressed like and resembling the deal girl'whom I Saw at Bloomfield'a. Thi girl Was weeping and trying to breaV. away from the party. She was being led up the street" "Did cither man answer the descrip tion of Frank 'I haven't aeen Frank" At this Juncture the examination was stopped Frank was brought down from the detectives' quarters and put faco to face with the witness. "That's not the man Skipper said 'When you saw these drunken mep and women leading a reluctant girl didn't you think It your duty to call the police "I see scenes like that on the street every Saturday night" Step-Father Tell of Grief. J W Coleman step-father of thi murdered girl told graphically of th grief In the little home on Lindsay street over the death when he took th3 stand at dusk "How old was Mary Phagan "She would have been 14 next June' "When did you last see her alive "Friday night She was at horn early and was helping her mother with the housework I left for work to early to see her Saturda\ morning" "When you got home Saturday aft ernoon was Mary there "No My wife came and said1 'Mary has not come home What do you sun I pose Is the trouble I am scared t I death' I couldn't eat supper Her ab sence affected me. Mary was neye known to be away from home at nigh" "I came to town and visited all the picture shows staying until they al had closed When I returned my wit and I speculated on what could hav become of the child We never slep any that night At daybreak Helen Ferguson a girl chum of Mary's cam- over "The moment she rang the door bell my wife Jumped from her seat 'Oh. Lord that's bad news from Mary she said. The Ferguson girl came In. Mary has been murdered she told u My wife fainted and she has been al most unable to walk since. The coroner then adjourned the In quest until 4.30 o'clock today. Typewriter Wrtthifp MarWne Co Jones Cash Store Dea'er In Fresh Meats Groceries and Vegetables. 124 Whitehall Street. New Irlsti CO Potatoes pk. O C 1 Ib. pkg Sliced AH- Breakfast Bacon OlC 1 ID. pkg. Golden Qn Globe Creamery Batter. 1 Ib pkg Freefc n Country Butter l 25c Bottle ttitm Beechnut Catsup 1 /2C 50c can Royal OO Baking Powder OC 1 can Sunbeam 14 A small Lima Beans C 2 Ib can Sunbeam A Pork and Beans wC 2 Ib can Sunbeam iTiz Extra Sifted Pea y2C 1 Ib. can Sunbeam f Extra Sifted Peas UC 1 Ib. can Sunbeam Salmon Steak 4C 1-2 Ib. can Sunbeam SA Salmon steals. i 1 Ib. can Sunbeam White tig10 20c 25 Ib. sack ftff 4 Granulated Sugar w l JO Ib. can Mountain- Cfin Laurel Full line of freitt fruit and vegetables. B. Phone 428 Atlanta 91' Following Mechanic Barrett'a'deela ration that there were"two mea at work Saturday- at noon o& the top floor of tht factory building Coro r Donehoo ordered detectives to accompany U a machinist to the. plant and bring the.twa employees to police headquarters. They were brought Immediately Into he inquest. Their names were given s Harry Ufinhara and J. Arthur White. Denham was first placed on he stand. His examination began mmedlately upon arrival. "Did yoM see the blood on the lath- ng machine -I saw It Monday. "Were you on that floor Saturday r Vo. I was on the toj floor. "DM you see Frank at-any time of he day"Tea. JUked Wtei Tkey Would Ftolsb. "Did h offer you holiday as the others had b n given r "No. He came up to where we were working and asked us If we would be hrougb by 1 o'clock. "Did you ever know Mary Phagan "I knew her only by eight"Did you see her Saturday "Kb. I never left the top floor. "Were you aware of everything which transpired in the building dur-1 ng the time you were within itT" "No. A person could have come Into' he plant and we never would have I nown anything about It. "How long have you worked with i he pencil company T" "Three years" "Have you ever heard c/f couples going Into the building at nlghtr -No. "Have jou ever heard of complaints of that nature "No" I "Have you ever been In the parti- loned room In Frank's officer "No. Apparently flat Nerreo 'When Frank came to wftere you were working at S o'clock Saturday afternoon to tell yon that you could quit did he teem nervous or agitated "Not that I noticed. He didn't cfme all the war. He came to the head of he steps and called to us. "t ld you go down with him 'Mo He went down ahead of us" "Was he in his offl'e. Yee. When I went down I borrowed 2 from him. "Where did you leave him "Writing at his desk. "Was anyone else In the factory "No one of whom I knew except Frank. "How many rooms are there In Frank s office "Only two his and the stenogra pher's Can you see any one In the prlvato office from the stenographer' room "Yes. If you try to" "As you left the building Saturday afternoon did you notice in Franks office an.y .change from the customary state In the condition of furniture "No Who uses the office beside Fjrank" "Mr Darley the assistant superintendent. 'Left Bnlldinr for While. Arthur White's story coincided with that teld by Denham. He was exar-- Ined mostly though along different lines. "Who was 'In the building besides you DenhaoY and Frank'1 "My wife came up shortly after nooi. Hr Frank canto Jo her and told her SEWELL'S Specials for TODAY AND FRIDAY We retail at wholesale prices Solid carload Famer Lemon per do Solid Cajrl'oad Pineapples each. Solid carload new IrUhPota 0 per peck 13e can Con- Oi/ d ns d Milk Q/3C 15c can Corn 7/c I6c can Salmon 15e can String Be ne 1,000 Iba. Freek Coaatrr Bnt- Sewell Commission Co. WheUsalt and Retail 11X.M6 fthltthaH itrMt prsnoh Star 164 OMaf r t V &i he wa going to-lock up and advliedr 41 her to leave the building. He also asked us If we didn't think we'd bet- told him we weren't through. When we told hint we wern't through ho said 4 for u to stay la the place until he re- JJ turned as he was going out on th street He came back at 3:08 and we punched out at 8:10 oclock. 1 "When did Frank leave i "He left right away. "Do you know where he went "No. He locked us In the building though "Is there a closet In Frank's "office "Yes there Is. A kind of wardrobe "Did It look big enough to hold a human body "Yet It wasabout nine feet high .and four feet wide" "Where was It located "Behind the door of his private.of fleer j "Was the door closed "I didn't notice. ES GASH GROCERY Meadow Gold Butter 35clb. 25-lb Sack Sugar No 10 pail Mountain l aril Compound No 5 pall Mountain Laurel Compound 4 cam Salmon 2 cans Corn s No. 10 Karo Syrup i i Globe Hatches package Search Light Matches dozen Fresh Counhy Eggs dozen s s fine Prenesi pound i Evaporated Apples package Evaporated Peaches pound New Potatoes peck Full Line off FresK Meats and Veg 7 E MITCHELL ST 44c 25c I5c 39c 39c I9c 6c 5c AT THE THEATERS ATLANTA MATMEES WED. and SAT. 25c Mtbt 15 ta50e Tri.JbtMai.fak fflissBILLYUlB And Company In AButterfly" on the Wheel OT Out YooUr-4 it V VDtf LYKfV s tbihMtt Tan&y BILLY THE KID A D3AMA OF THE With tk YVUBC America Star BERKKLY HASWELU Horn Again With CftDCVTU rl/KoT 1 n lon&mrfcjo Sopbn Baraard lm mr Ca.-Cfcris Wdunb-Cibr-IWn ChUdrM-lwrtHoiM JMariei ft Friars tOtnen Nut Week ccsomm UDKABJUCT tieje's a Handsome Suit n a Smak Shepherd Check Wejhave an entirely new line Men's 'Suits in the popular Shepherd. Checks a d one of the handsomest and most distinctively elegant ia''H in a Ssmi-English model. .The ric is of exceptionally high ity andsthe pattern is a SMART black aM gray Shepherd Check 'y high-tontd and entirely diff BrentJg from the jordinary. The price is. $30. yo/x'll\find at THIS torel8Q other s ljl Suits in black and gray" Shepherd Checks at $18.50 $20 and p uhese Suits are immensely- popular thi\s season and you surely willhnjoy wearing one. At any fr ratej'oome In and see how well you" looklin any of them I O/fer Me/A Suits from SIS toj&dj\ If Fdtt Don'tLtoe in Atlanta Order b Mo The Daylight Corner A1 XP St- c..c t tt. 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