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rely chiefly 'aBomtnavdl in" of Chief'Jn Uc Slab and. Aieodate Juatlee Bock el th. en- pr m. btnchi. In their newYand. Snal battle-for-the client. The"sentiment ft these lodges was based largely upon I e the theory that admission'Vf the teetfc -if iBony of Jim Conley the negro et r wlt- n sa. and of C. B. Dalton. was Improper. The stories of Conley and Dalton related to th. all g-ed perversion of tbe defendant. The contention of the poaV F 15 I fe Muwtll'HbaM CeffH 28 o 1af 35e ttftngm Tips I To 0e Can HDibrcotns 19 .Pen Me Tier Prtae aa Poa. lOe Dlaiui PfMM 1 B. le MaraaraJa. jC 2Se Cfu. Batavla Skriavy' .13H BanUum Flak Cake TH T I0e-Hawalla. Bled. Pl nppie2l fSf Hawallam Bl P1aca rlel7 e Itf Bairallxa Sid PI e.pplellHe S5e BMtle Ooeca Olltff Ito Zte Battle ttaeei OIlw .HHe Vlr rl aiira on. bottle. lie Arc tmlmam 13 Vie Today's Market Specials OritMd fans Ib IBo Porfirhouti Steak Ib. 161 CASH GROCERY CO. 37 S. BROAD ST. JiuUee. HUJU tklnapCu Iran. pfcim.Tw h t. In frfnff.p aae nd In uie elrcnmetanee of the IiarticulaiLinortar of whi h-he wu ac- ooaed Mi wa perttctly lt\ to tntra- dueevidenceprtxJnlnr to..bl conduct Trith women "otlur ttan the fill with whoee mord r.l a wa eharfed- Tbe opinion ot tbe axsentlnc jutleea I brieny and ttrtelrpnt in th following paragraph of their decialon'a Una beadnote "I The eTidene annporta th verdict and there w no abuee. of' diacretlea in refuilnff'a new trlavY v It waa alao held tnat-t&e reftfaaj of Judge L.IS. Boan .the trl t 'luatlce. to Ctant a new trial on croitnd. of disorder In tie courtroom wa proper and furthermore that tbe r supreme 'court iid.not conaldei oral expreaeiona oftbe trial Justioe which might be .rendered at the time of denial of motion for new i trial. Thia latter ruling related to the fomoua remarfce of. Jndaje Roan In I which he declared liia- indecieionraa- to either tbe guilt or innocence of Leo Frank. "I fully expected the deeiaion. atat ed Solicitor-General Hugh M. Doraey "Prank bad a fair trial and an Impar- Jtial-one. He wae found "KnHtyp and jeullty I believe him to be. Had I not t believed him guilty thronrhout th. eaie I1 woftld never have proiecutea Him. I Fraak to Be -se4teaeed. L The solid tor-will loon take th. neo- I eaeary action to- have Frank re-aentene- j ed. This will b done at ah early data. 1 Z have no deatre to hasten affaira. aid Doraey. "I will waate no time however. I In view of the dlesentinp opinion of tbe two flupreme Juaticee. it la Relieved counsel for tha defense will seek' a new i hearing before the supreme .court. A thorough survey of both opinions will I decide .tn'thls ease they will endeavor to have th. case sent .again to the supreme court. This would be their only hope. Charges of technical failure would be the basis-of their- second presentation in event tbey.follow such course. To I Women's i-'i Winter Elegant Quality \Desirabte Styles Are Greatly Reduced Including Hanan Shoes Considering the unusual excellence of quality of Carlton's Shoes with the special offering and Hanan's Shoes this February offering at these special prices .is one deserving your test attention. Including both staple style and the smart novelties our price reductions are as listed below $6.50 Shoes $5.15 Sioo Shoes -'i $4.85 $5.00 Shoes $3.95 $4.00 Shoe S3. 35 $3.50 Shoes Similar Reductions in Girls' Boys' and Children's Shoes. Carlton Shoe Clothing Co. 36 Whitehall PRE-SEASON SALE OF REFRIGERATORS 20 TO 25 DISCOUNT Our 1914 stock of refrigerators has just come in arid in order to move a lot of them now and make use of the space they occupy we are offering a discount of 20 to 25 to those who will buy early. In addition to this we are offering our re.gular charge customers and to any others of approved credit the privilege of. not paying for their refrigerator before May 10. In other words you use the.box for three months before you pay for it and gei it at a special discount price. We list below a few sizes of boxes giving ice capacity regular price and special price Stock No. Ice Capacity. EegularTrice. Special. No. 330 75 Ibs. No. 540..100 Ibs. Nb. 541 150 Ibs. No. 555 200 Ibs. No,560 .250 Ibs. 100.00 2To 730. 75 Ibs. 45.00 36.00 740. 100 Ibs. 55.00. 44.00 421. 60 Ibs 35.00 28.00 55. 150 Ibs. 45.00. 36XK KING H A R D WA R E CO. trf 53 Peachtree Street 50.00 $3750 44.00 52.00 60.00 80.00 65.00 75.00 pnrJy- tb dta-wntlii. Toleaa in tba de-t drto .Iimad d d at.uioe.i ar IB tory ot G or.c.A wutM& Ptjit it 'rt-sfor tb apr i court Jd will sift the evidence of eac-h of the' three Instance In -which their- client's 4 e hnng In'the scales th anginal lal/1 the hearln7 6 fore Jnds Boan I for a new trial and th ftearinr before tbe smpreme eaort 4xk avn effort to find' technical points that -will warrant its introduction to the aTOwerament supreme court. r In thisi case it Is cald. allegations will 1 made that Frank -was deprived f constitutional rights.-This is.stated to be the only federal point which might involve a case similar1 to- that of Frank's trial. The Frank case be fora the federal court -would require months and months A motion extraordinary oould be. made on the eronndsKof newly-discovered evidence. Thiswould have to be carried before the trial court over. which. Judge Ben Hill presides since Judge Hoan's departure. In this In stance the case could only be forward ed to -the supreme court. In -which it met defeat Tuesday. B 90 D-as-smtima- 0."Tha Btronyest argument.- I tblnlc. that could be made la our behalf Luther Roaser said Tuesday afternoon. "Is contained in the dissenting opinion of Chief Justice Fish and Justice Beck. By which It was inferred but not confirmed that tbe plan of action for the new fight would b a renewal of the argument -before the supreme court. A re-argument -of this natur would consume practically tbe same amount of time required for the original argument and decision. .Such a motion would necessarily have to be on the basis that tbe court failed to decide some material point presented In the 111 of 108 separate objections. In voicing their sentiment for.grant ing a new trial. Justices Fish and Beck said that tbe evidence ofConley and Dalton was inadmissible. In that it re lated mostly to Prank's alleged conduct with women other than .Wary Phagan. They held that an -accused j rson cannot be expected to face la court ac cusations other than those .contained In the bill of indictment. Men untrain ed la" legal processes of reasoning1 as jurors for Instance are liable to be influenced greatly they held toy such irrelevant .testimony. rTne.y conclude .ths..Opinion .readd "that persons -CuUty of this crime might fce equally as"ru.lty ol that The remlttur of the supremo court the legal form of the .decision will reach the superior court within a pe riod not leas than ten days. Prank can then be brought be Core Judge Hill forreaanieac .ffQt less than twenty days and. pot more.than sixty can expire-between sentence and execution. Jim Copley'strial by pie 'decision' of the supreme court is made a certainty for 4he wee of February 23. He will fee arraigned on charge of accessory after the fact. He declared to reporters yesterday that he had felt confident all the while that the supreme court would affirm the lower tribunal's erdict. 'i They've got the right man he de clared. "and he knows It Doracys Stetumcmt. Soil el tor Hujrh Doraey expressed no surprise at the decision of the supreme "Frank had a perfectly fair trial. As near as tt-ia possible to demonstrate a thing of that kind mathematically he was proved guilty. "From the very first suspicion pointed to him. The detectives suspected him from the very. first. I was not satisfied with mere suspicions and went into the case from-every angle I wanted to find the man wh6 was guilty It made no difference to 'me who .he Was. I became convinced of Frank's guilt and 1 am convinced of It today. "He- had the benefit of the best legal talent money could buy. He had position and Influential friends to serve him. The Jury thought him guilty and said so the trial Judge thought he had been given a fair trial and refused to grant him a new one. The supreme court has now stated that th lower court did not erf. "I am sorry for -the family and friends of the man who have stood by him so loyally. Beadnotes of Dedsloa. .The headnotes of the deeiaion in the Frank case read as follows "On the trial of on accuaed of th murder 4E a youn girl in a factory building of which h waa operltatendent where clr- eamataatial evidence Is relied upon large ly If aot wholly. to prove tbe defendant' milt tt Is not svfllclMit eaoae ov tiMW- trial .uader Ui special aets ct. -tia tja-wf taai'th -rtt was permttt.Ml to rov tttew ight watobmaa' eC th aaft body. A yen Ctrl wa killed In a pencil factory on Saturday afternoon which was also a public holiday whan the factory waa net la operation. The evidence showed that she went to tha office of tbs super- Intendent for her-pay and DO witness testl- fled to bavins seen her alive thereafter. There waa other evidence from which Ui Jury mlxht Infr that th klllinc occurred in a room on the same floor where the office of th euperlDtendanl was situated. An -employee of tbe factory who waa prea- ent In the building testified that on that mornlnc the accuaed had said to him that he/ desired the witness to watch for him as tha witness bad bean dolns the rest of the Saturday- or 'otber- Atorday/ that ha old watch- afei4h doov when the girl went up to the offiM of the accused that ha heard her screaa 'that subsequently the accoaed called to him. ta saslet la re- movlns the body of the deceased. Court Did Not Err. "He also testified to certain signals given by tha accuaed to him while watch- lav. Held that It wa competent to ahow by the wltsess how ha had been wt hlug for tfaft accuaed on prerlotw Saturdays and to'explain the syitm of such altered sls- nala employed by the aoonaed. and the ref- rence thereto by the aoonaed. a Th same witness testified that. after th drl had rone to the office of th aceneed. h had heard footsteps going in tbe direction of tbe place where he flrat aaw the body. and after hearlna the scream and th signal from the accuaed the latter told th witness that he "want ed to be with a little girt and she refused him. and he atmck her and guaawd he truck her too hard and ehe fell and hit h t head axal&at aoraethlnr. and he did not know bow badly ahe was hurt. Wit ness then said that the accuaed added Of course you knew I ain't built like ether men. PTom the condition of the body It might have beet inferred that the person who did th klllinc sought to hare a sex ual relation natural or unnatural.-with the deoeaaed. and that th blow did not eanaa death but it was broasrht about by choklns the deceased with a cord. Held that It was relevant to explain th expreaalon T quoUd to showing previous transac tions of th accuaed. known to him aad to wttneam. which indicated that hla conduct mtUf di"pd from cf b As a general rule avldenee of tS commission of one crtm la not admiaalble upon a triei for another where- th ole purpoe 1 to snow ths-t th defendant has been guilty of other trim and would therefore be more Itabl to commit the How to Roast a Superb FERRIS TRADE MARK HAM The J.M. High Company Will Furnish You the Ham and Recipe w 1 at -U earn nlaee. not a ereet rhll Infe t .homicide. and IB nrard to t e watch- iaC'Dr rthlPnnt vtnuiaT V&U laMrtotu practl6M-vac bttof uaewl.u at taat place aad in ncardto companaatliic aim we. adnuadble aa throwinr tha Jurr to find that th murder I aa the crimi. .Tarasrapb I. Under tin- tacts of. the IhorUed t oeearred. aad tendlnr to show the Identity f .rf eaae It wu Imlavant to ahow aa to clr- euinatance Indicating a conadouaaeea" -of guilt that the defendant who ha Tori_ interest in ferretlnc out the' perpetrator of. in hoBtitid or- be comnUHlon f which be waa aubaeQuehtly indicted and Motives for that purpose and had Interviewed one peraon sunpected n t refuaed an Interview to One Indicating that the.de fendant -wa aware of the wltneaa knowl- re or the defendant's guilt when such mltted to rive the details of experiments on which his teetlmony la based. Health Bo j-d Ceatroveray. "Pancraph C. The details of a leontro- verar between the former president and i secretary of the atate board of health in their official relation waa foreign to any Issue Involved In Uu trial of tbe Tb l testimony was provoked by a question' pro- J pounded by counsel for the defeat who dl- reeled examination of tola witnesses. Th testimony did not tend to obscure any Isroe Jn the caae or prejudice th defendant and the reception in vf4nce ot the excerpt from th minute dTitiiw tate board of health dealloa with fcach controversy IB no ground for a new trial. Where It wan material to ahow at what time the girt who wa killed arrived at th factory at which the bomlclde occurred a&d after this point the contentious of ths state and the aocu-wd differed as w II aa in retard to the point at which eh left the street car on which ahe cam from her home and th defendant -Mitrodaced evidence to ahow the achetluled time at which the car waa due to'arrive at a certain point where It waa claimed pn behalf of the state that ahe left It. and th time It would re quire for the car ta-.go from that point to j notb r at which.the. acconed claimed that tbe girl alighted an well aa the teetlmony of certain witnemea' that the car In question reached the flrat point at the time fixed by the schedule specifying It and one of them testified on cross-examination that we never arrive In advance of schedule time and where the defendant also Introduced other evidence aa -to schedules- of tbe street -care -on another route 4ft the effect to acco Ht.'for -the defendant' presence. at otter places at. aucb Umea Curing tha-day. It waa competent for the solicitor general to thoroughly Blft the nrltneimeft Introduced by the aeouaed on cross-examlnation and also to Introduce evidence In rebuttal tend ing to show. In addition to the fact that the testimony of a witnean for- th accused was Inexact In regard to the schedule that in fact the car on the line traveled by the girl In going from her homa te the factory frequently arrived at the point above men tioned Beyer minute in advance of schedule time lrapca.chli.ent of Wltnreses. a IfIn any respect the cross-examination or th evidence Introduced In rebuttal was not strictly within th proper range of ucb evidence. It waa not of such a. character aa to require a reversal. 7. Th testimony referred to In the seventh division of the opinion was relevant. and property received "by the court. 8. A wllneM testified to matters material to the defense. She was asked if her -n-agws had not bcett Increased bv the pareBt..of the accused's wife and If a gift had not been mad to her by tbe wife'of th accused and ajuwered In the negative Upon laying the proper foundation for impeachment. It wa competent to Introduce her own affidavit and the testimony of another witness to- Phow tbat she had made tatements contradictory of her testimony stated above. On the trial of one for the murder of a female wbere the testimony tended to show that tbe garments of th victim of the homicide were torn and her or gans had Buffered violence. and the defendant introduced a witness to es tablish hia good character. It waa competent on croBa-examtnatlon to ask such wit ness if he had not heard of certain laaclvl- oua acts of .th -defendant with other fe- malea 10. Likewise under the circumstances referred to the preceding note where the de fendant introduced evidence of his rood character the prosecution cnola reply by ottering proof e his' general bad character for lasclvlouaness. 11. Where the court Instructs tbe Jury under degree and trensth of circumstantial I evidence essential fa a- conviction. In the language of the statute it la. generally not ground for a new trial that he declines to give a written vaguest Abstractly elaborat ing this prtnclpre of evidence. Regarding' THsorder In Court. a The request et out In ground a SO 61 and 62 of the motion for a new trial are not BO accurate or appropriate as concrete application of the principle involved as to render the failure to give them cause for a new trial. 13. Aa pointed out Itf th twelfth division of tbe opinion the request to charge aa therein set out Invaded the province of the and was properly refused. t. Where a defendant pats bla charac- Tea-Dollar Order. Groc fT Speciala. 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Mitchell St L ten1 'tie JIIUBILSBJOSI mr videan tesjoinc to shew that his eJia.rswte.rta. respect t --a trait to- 'volved-la the-aum to bad. tallvt to croesi examine th rebmtrlns wltais.ii to HelU- nate- grovnd xer arg isisn LUtewls. coun- el far the -tat may discuss any feature of .the defendant's statement I viw-X the referenca-which had been mad by a f cooneel for the accused to the etrcBUMtasjeesj of a celebrated crlm- Inai case .xxmning In California- and of ht.ieoBcee.non ot-tbe rifht of to Dliettor veneral to Ukewla dlaeoa the fact f that 1 In regard te It. oe- objection wee rained j of-a. t4f gT.flK from th dls- to the raadlns trtet attorney In Ban Francisco there was BO error In sJlowtng tne eollcttor rnrml to prooeod with bis argument an that subject. without readlnir-s ch telegram or letter. K Kor did It furnish canoe far granting a new trial that the pres4dlns Judg8 did nn t charge to the effect that tbe facts of the cam above mentioned and other celebrated rears referred t by the solicitor general In his argument should Bars no Influence noon the Jury In making their verdict and that they should try this case upon Its own facts and the evidence Introduced therein. It not appearing that any rollnc was Invoked in regard to the arnment of cases other than that above mentioned or that any written r qae t was made Invoking a charge of the cJ&aracUr Indicated. Medical Witnesses. 15. Whether or not the- argument of the solicitor general seeklnsr to deduee an Inference from the examination on behalf of the- accused Of certain medical witnesses and. from their testimony that they murt have been summoned because of being fam- Ily physicians and well-knov-n to w me of the members of the Jury was lllnrioal or I well-founded under the colloquy1 which ws I had by counsel among themselves and with th court and the statements solicitor ten' eral or stop him from making such r srument will not under the facts of tht. cast reoulre a reversal. "II. Tbe alleged disorder la the court room during the progress of the trial wa not' of such character as to invpurn tli fsJrneM of the trial or furrlsh sufficient a-rounds for reversliig a judgment refustnp a new trial. a The court was authorized from the evidence to find that certain cheerlne or applause outside ot the court room re ferred to In the sixteenth division of th" opinion -was not heard by th jury and that they dtd not have knowledge of th n&me until after the verdict wa returned 17. Where a verdict is received In open court and a roll f the lury demanded and while the poll is being taken loud cheering from persons on the outside If heard and which Is continued ur.lll aft r the poll IK concluded and where from the evidence the court Is authorised to find that tre. jury was not Influenced to render other than tru answers t the questions propounded the circumstances of the rhnertDK on ihr outsldo Is not a sufficient ground to require a new trial. Judge Roan's Remark H. On conflicting evidence the judge on th bearing of.the motion.for new trial. s. it Ing as trier. lld not err in holding that the jurors whose Impartiality was attacked were competent. 19. When the order overruling a motion for uew trial contains nothing to In dicate tnat the Judge was dln atlsrled with the verdict or that he failed to exercise the discretlo.1 required of him by law. tbe supreme court will not. In determining whether the judge has exercised such discretion consider prjU remarks made nr him pnd1ng the dlsposltli-n nr the motion. 20. The evidence supports the veriliee. r.nd there was no abuse of discretion lr. refusing a new trial. No Ground for Revemal. To the main opinion of tbe four lattices upholding the lower court there occurs th following comment on that ground of th motion for a new trial which rlted Judge Roan's remarks at the tliae he denied that motion In the lower court' "The bill of exceptions recites that the Judge orally stated that the Jurv had found the defendant guilty that he. th Judge. hd thought about this case nmi-v than any otlier ha had ever tried thai he was not certain of the defendant's'guilt thst with all the thought he has put on "Jti waa not tn ughJy convinced whether Frank was guilty or Innocent but that he did not have to be convinced- that the Jury was convinced that there was no room to J ubt that that he felt It hlR duty to order that the motion for a new trial be t."I r lated tn T" remarks made nr t.JuJrtBT in deD'iBS the new trial Indicat ed Judicial disapproval of the verdict "We do not think HO. The Jury found the accused guilty. The court was called upor. to determine wether under tha record the defendant should be granted a now trial. He refused it and the rule In such cases in that even If tbe court should consider a case wak. t. If h overrules the motion for a new trial one ground of which Is that the verdict Is contrary to law and evidence his lesal Judgment expressed in overruling the moMon will control and If there la sufficient evidence to rapport th" Xf t h'5 Cn" not 'ntertera beimisl of the Judge's oral expression as to his plmlon- Brmy T. State fit Ga 7 (4) far. Fla ad. Weatem fey. Co. v. -8taln- bouser m Ga 11) KrUssM Bofffripei to r field. LTbo last paragraph of tbei main opinion b. as- follows Tste record ftn this case Is voluminous. We hare Attempted to group the various dgnmeata of. ocr-ar sa as to bring the pjtln- lon wlthlsi neasonabla grounds. Some of the points an deomed of minor Importance not amounting to error and some of them were not referred to in the briefs and therefore no sphdflc reference Is made to them. We hare given careful -conslderatlo to the evi dence and we betlov that the same Is sufficient to uphold the. r rdlct and. as no snbetantlal error was committed in the trial of the case th discretion of the court In refusing a new trial will not be disturbed. "Judgment affirmed. All th ju&tle eorcur. except Fish. C. J. and Beck. J. dla seatlnr. The main body of the opinion commented as follows en th gronnd alleged In the motion for new trial that the court had erred In permitting Solicitor General orsty In his argument to comment en the failure of Mr Frank to vlstt her husband right after he waa accused of the murder "Exception was alo taken to the court'e permitting th solicitor general in his ar gument to comment upon tbe failure of counsel for the defendant Jo crors-exsjnlne cer tain m-ltn W9 ottered Cy the ccate and aiso to comment upon the failure of tf wife of the accused to visit htm In jail. What has J been M ov rrullppr another ground covers the flrat of these cum- plalnts. "A to the latter the accused In his statement had referred to the failure of his wife to visit him soon alter his incarceration and had given an explanation of it and tbe solicitor had a right to com ment OB the statement. Two Jo mm. Paragraph 18 of tte- main opinion re ferred to bias alleged against the twa jurors. Johonninir and HenalM. "The 3d Around f rhe mottitn fur s naw trial Is 'Because tbe Jurcr A. H. Hon- slee ws not a fair and Impftrtfnl Jurnr. but prejudiced against tha defendant vien h was selected as a Juror. and previously thereto had expressed a decided opinion as to the guilt of. the defendant and when selected as a Juror wan biased against the "The xnovant submitted evidence tending to show that previous to the trial ihls particular juror bad made certain expressions to different people. Indicating a .strong Mas and prejudice against the acuuaed- The Juror denied under oath having made any statement in substance thst lie vta. htn -t i and prejudiced against the accused and on the other-hand positively affirmed that waa uaprejodloed against ta tea6f- that ia mind was perfectly Impart1 Ing-the trial. The rmle- Is dear wtoeai th Impartiality ot a Juror -etn Hngea W7 a motion for a new trial. U e-Jg be come a irtor a to th iaue made ad k Judgment -wTn not be diaiurbed uisa i appeared that there baa oeD an abva f discretion. Wall v. State. IIS On the confltctlag evidence there w abuse of discretion In this c V "Another Juror Mr. Johenolng. was at tacked but under th confllctlag evidence we think tbe court did not abuxe sja discretion in holding that he wa not P"J r dicd or bia d. v- Practicaily without exception. S Udter Doroey waa upb ld OB every point by. Ux supreine eouru PROBE WILL BE MA0E OF CRAFT CHARGES MADE BY SAM CRANE A federal prob of the chars in U- tuted ajcainsL tha two turukeya named In Attorney dam Crane's accusations has been a'lvised by the apodal hnrird of poll re commissioners appointed' at th tlmp Crime's startllnp charges were made last Tuesday night. A i-itiiilttf prube will be nwtdft of the department and Kraft cbar tw. This w a i vcommt nded by Commis sioners Vernoy and rtarnPi Commis- aior Johnsun however diasesced to this motion ailvicJnu that only CranJ's Charg-es be taken up. "I am in favor of a complore and thoroutfn invfsiisMtioT'.1 -iid Cffni- jniasioners Vernoy and Garner. A r-'i nilf'i metinK of the board will be ht-Kl at au earl date to pro- mott Llii ii\ t. -MIKiitlull James J. Hill Not Afraid. Wasninxiuii. J-Vhruary IT. James J Mill toli -t.-i Jn Ail of 1 the house commerce committe i he did- m t feel bunim-gs should be. i apprehensive of th administration's trust leeislation progrram. Costs Less Bakes Better CALUMET BAKING POWDER ECONOMY u t' ne tnf y a looking for in these days of high living cost Calumet insures a -wonderful saving in your baking. But it does more. It insureswholesome foodtasty food uniformly raised food. Calumet is made right to sell right to bake right. Ask a million of women who use it or ask your grocer. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS WorWl Pnra Feed Expoaitioii. CKiuto. EL CHAMBERLIN-JOHNSON-DuBOSE CO. Atlanta New York Paris Fields of Beautiful Cottons From Which It .Seems Every Atlanta WomanCouldPickHerSpringDresses The new cottons'are here. And now begin the days of planning selecting and making the new dresses. This year such days will be filled with much pleasure. So many new weaves such exquisite colorings such impressive newness on all sides. Xew spring cottons it sounds trite aud commonplace to tell tha plain truth about them that the display is the most varied the most satisfying we have invited you to see. But that is just what it is. Cottons have never been treated as "these spun to the thickness of gossamer at one time rough and heavy at another brocaded as sumptuously as regal silks or spreading out as a surface whereon have dropped the flowers of nature and then besides these are the snowflaky crepes. It offers much very much to those who would have started on the spring things much in novelties much jn the year-in-and-year-out stripes. Read some of the interesting things The new dress ginghams at. Kimono crepes 27 in. wide Xe\v galateas 27 inches wide 150 Colored striped figures 28 in. wide.-igc. Cotton mulls in colors 27 in. A new Grecian messaline in colors 27 inches wide "age New cloth in colors 28 in. wide..250 Ratine crepes in colors 32 inches wide .290 Ratines in colors self-striped 28 inches wide age Brocaded new cloth in colors 28 inches wide -3SC Brocaded crepe mulls 28 inches wide 3jc and 50 French tissues flowered 28 inches wide 50C Brocaded French mulls 36 in. wide..6sc Brocaded crepes all colors 28 inches wide .joe and 650 Plain crepes many shades 32 inches wide 6c Ramie linens 48 in. wide col- ors 6s and 750 French crepes colors 40 inches wide .750 French ratines many novelties 45 inches wide. $1.00 $1.25 and $1.50 Flowered crepes 38 inches wide.i.oo si Chamberlin-Jfolinson-DuBose Co-a .lH 'lf L m 1' Jate4.-.ru 1etl7.f 1 .at1D oplnlo..tof Chief J"'i\ce i-Iah "t at. r..tlee.BecItot.the he .beDc I. n&D4.JlDatI r attle'.to tbe The aeDUmeDt i t f I the'theO 7 t -t 'il. Im De t..1 D. Impro a th "detJUan. t" 'I'I e of. th I t .2 r sp'rap 1710 'C a' ,19. .c. u .S4e Caa J'ea.e. .1' c. 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