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J' Alabama and Broad Streets 1 ATLANTA GEORGIA a. 'jrc.73 4,000,000 OFFICERS Wm. fe Robt. F. MaddoxVice.PrBs. JM P. Windsor Ais't Cashier Thos. J. Peeples Cashier J Commissioner Asks for Investigation. City Engineer Say Trouble I Pareljr 'Personal The Street Committee Holds Meeting to Consider Street Paving. The 'four between the city engineer j d tbe oommtseioner at public work threatened to break oat afrentt at meeting .of' the Ue t committee Of council.'yeaterday morning but tbe torm blew over and the wrangle wjll probably now immer down as it has done IB ttv paat. At the meeting of the street committee a petition was presented from the 8on-Uirn 'Wood 'Pr e erving Company of Fort McPhereon. which want ed v contract to- trea-t the wood Woe Its used by the city to paving the street the city to furnish the wood and the creoeou. If the contract had been made the city would iv done ita oiwu pa-ving and. it would tna-ve fceen under th H reatlon of the commUslonr of public work hietead of trader the city engineer as has been the custonn for many yeeja pajt. Alderman Jofcn W. Gra.pt made a talk and this brought -up the old row between the .ctty engineer and the commissioner of public works. Alderman Grant eald that he did not believe the olty should pave the streets. es better reautte could b obtained by .having the work done under contract. He also did not think it wiee to take the work from tinder the BupeirWon of thdty engineer. -In the course of bis remark the al derman said -h had seen three white guards Ovars eing tore negro convicts. He eaW when he wa chairman of the council finance committee lat year he -was astonished to aee ibe pay rolls of the public works department. Commissioner ot Public Works Collier made a reply In which he ald that thr e men had never- guarded three oonvkfts. He teed that a .subcommittee he appointed to investigate the working of hla department. Coiracttmian Chamber wanted both departments investigated. 'City Engineer Clayton said he had never askied for any investigation. "Tbe difference between myself and Mr. Collier are purely personal and not offfci Mid Captain Clayton. "En- sTlneera jllsagr e just like doctors and lawyer Alderman HuddlesCdn said it would be Inadvisable just at this Aime to plunge any city department Into an Investigation and hi viewe were adopted by the committee. A resolution waa adopted w&lcb. stated that it waa the .sen of the street committee that the city do not at this time establish a wood block .paving plant. Th petition of the Southern Wood Block Preserving Com pany was laid on the table for the present. LiON ATTACKS TRAINER. Quick Work of Albany Citizen Saved Man's Life. Albany G February 3. Special. "While putting several wild animal through an act at. a street carnival here last night Captain Cardo. the trainer was attacked by a large lion and severely bitten in the neck and arms before he Was rescued ty the attendants and spectator Captain Cardo tripped and fell to the floor of the arena. The lion Immediately spring upon him. By the quick work of Samuel Farkae a citizen who ran from the audience and JfcUfced the brute with a walking stick tbe train er's IHe waa eaved. Chrtsto Valerio. another trainer waa "scratched in. the -face by a puma'and it ia feared will lose -one eye. Nuns Formed Bucket Brigade. nnver. Colo. February I. When fir broke out tn Q House of tbe Good Shepherd yesterday the nuns of the order armed 'a bucket brlcide and extlnculibed th flames htrore the arrival of the fir department. Their prompt action prevented a Mriotu pmla unxinc the children and yonac cb-ls who are Inmate 6 th Inctltutlon. For Card Parties If you choose your card prizes from our Oriental Room you're sure of something distinctive and beautiful at a little price. Brass things for the desk hanging Vases Plaques F e-r n Stands Steins Smoker's accessories quaint little bits of Brass and Pot- teiy scores of attractive novelties. They re things that are different things that have a touch of originality about them. By the way if you hajve never made a visit to our Oriental Boom a treat awaits you. A delightful .hourjoaay l&e spent looking at our Art ft Maier fBerkel Claimed to Have-Brothers in Atlanta-and Memphis Was Killed While Rciutmg Ar- rest bi Not Want to Be Caught With Pistol on His Person. Fort ATorth Ter.- February 1 Sp clal. Ororer LJndsay. who states that Ms Ihome i at Dalton. ba./is dead from wound0 received while resisting arrest today. Mounted Officer Turner who did the shooting surrender'ed" Im mediately upon hearing ot Lindsay death. Although suffering intense agony. Lindsay talked freely while he was d lng He stated that his pa rents' were d d- but ttofct he had a brother in AtIanU J. W. .UmJsar. and another in Memphis. Homer Lindsay. He'was 21 yean of ge. Lindsay stated that he had restated arrest because he did not want to be caught with A tilitol on. him. H claimed that he w armed because be' had M9 on his person earlier in the' ntgM. TBrls was not oa hU person when he was shot. The fatal bullet went directly through the body/ entering the abdomen. Another bullet took effect in the Instep. WEATHER FOR TODAY FAIR AND WARMER There Has Been Little Change in Conditions Over the Country. Forecast f9r" today Fair weather wtth Wgti temperatures. Conditions have changed but little over the couu- ALMOST FORGOT TO GET INTRODUCTION. try during the past twenty-four hours The temperature Is still a ttw- greee below freezing in Georgia except at Atlanta and Savannah. Funny thing happened at a. dance the other rjght aid' the Gorfher "My friend. Doc shrewdly cast his eye on an attractive yonng belle and without more ado or evln an introduction he promptly obtained her permission for a couple of dances. Then he left or rather she left Mm. Towardr the close the yonng lady -was seen with a young man an acquaintance of Doc'a. They walked over to htm and the friead eaid 'Miss So-md-So. let one in troduce you to my friend. Doer Ad Doc waa shocked/ to know the young lady did. not know .Urn. He was BO eager to dance with her he didn't even 'ef Wa name slip. The temperature 63 dtgrew.-was the hlgbett. SECRETARY WILSON THE UD He Is Guarding the Report of the Expert Cotton Classifiers. Weahington yeiroary S. Jame Wil son cecretary of agriculture 1 "sit- Ung on the lid. in conn ctlon with th recommendations of the committee ot expert cotton classifiers designated by him to fix an official standard for the various grades of cotton After a three days' session the committee baa conctuded its 'work and. submitted their report to Secretary W011- II the finding of the committee were "a state secret they could not be more carefully guarded. The secretary will not discuss the nature of the committee's conclusions nntll he haa carefully reviewed them. Meantime officials of the citrlcultural department have pledg ed themselves to secrecy. .It -w s learned however that the committee unanimously agreed upotr an official etandard for the nine dlferent grade of cotton at oJled ior. by congress. Thr e Trainmen Killed tralnmrn werr Wiled mwj one jured early today when two stock train on the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad collided head-on at Powerwllle. Mo. Jt at pe .rs one of the train w a runaway f Jw'ciVw avlng lo te ntrol of H. Tho dead I Engineer John Stlpp Chll- Meotbe. Mo. Flrema-n Janyeo Brown of. Oltnmw Iowa BraJceman T VF. Belcher. o Ottumwa Iowa E mineer Tom Rent of Laredo Mo. WM faUll/ Injured. The Illinois Deadlock. gpriacfieid. 111. Fcbroary Only. on bil lot. U tw ntr- lxtb Joint ballot wu t&kca to3 y oa the l etlosi ot United State MB tor fey tt -members of. Uw gearai assemMr.- Tbe .rMBlt f tb tallot stowed slU ehaagee frosn tbe tw aty-nflh ballot ot y ttrday. 1 sMft lath 'demB ratle\-et w gave Carter H Harrison tea vote Kane ot .tb were oaaildartd slgalftotst at brsak Coweta and Worth Mar supfajsRfvals.Tp Favor. i Frank Parkland Colonel Harry Fisher Good Natured ly but Earnestly Advance 1 the Claims of Their Two Counties. jF-- r-\ yJudge frank Park t tbe' Albany clr- Judg Park ta'theTmaa who tendered the .on hundred Worth county 'posr inns to theTift-Atlinta'banqut that were accepted by the Atlanta chamber of commerce and created world-wide talk about Worth county. "And ear county not only appreciate but -m Witt til the good thingHht have been said about U cald Judge Park. "There is no better county of its site In" -the. world. and no better/people live on the -top of the earth. "How did you .manage to get all those 'possum 5 TAe onatituttoa ske4 him. "If was a very simple matter. aald Judge Park. "I wrote. -mr- frtenda all over the county tcUlBfVUiem that I had pledged one hundred 'possum for Mr. Taft's Atlanta banquet. Pretty soon th wJKiIe county tras on' the fount and we made our last shipment to. .Mr. Caverly and Mr. Wilkinson of the chamber of "commerce a' .few days be fore the banquet. We dso sent 'five pigs and three gopher Just for good luck. 1 have bee'o .literally deluded with letter about Worth county and. there tias been universal demand for the \Vortfi"e6urity-- 'possum. Thla particular variety 'It now being terved at the St. negts fcotel and at Martln'Bi In N w York. 1 know this makca JIarry Fisher green with envy. for. somehow or othw he hts long been deluded with the Me that lie Coweta 'possum was' the best specimen of the genuine Georgia article But we tMtve chartered that dream and hereafter Coweta will have to play second fiddle to Worth-In the 'possum busi ness. Saye Fliker Is Frigid. "Have you seen .Harry Flsntr since you have bpn hereT "Yes I met him casually but I waa struck with the fact that he wa a lit tle frigid. I am going to try to put him in it good numor however by In viting him to an old-fashioned Worth county 'possutai banquet which "h C.h been Imitating every onoe In awhile la Coweta county and throngll which he has achieved scm national celebrity that really belongs to Worth county. Colonel Harry PUh r. on being seen la reference to Judge Parks' claims about tW Worth county 'possum said "The judge doesn't disturb rn at ail and I have more faith than ever In the fact -that there Is no other variety Of 'Dossum n the face of the earth "that equals that grown In Coweta count I am going to prove tills to Judge Park by taking him dawn to Coweta county K me day and introducing him to 'Billy' on hlk native heather. "By the way continued Colonel Fisher "I met Judge Park today and It struck me that he was a Jlttle cold. "He says the same thing about you. "Tou don't tell me so said Colonel Fisher. "I guess I'll bunt him up at once and we'll fix that right now. And then turning to The Constitution reporter as he waj leaving the colonel said in conclusion "Well really don't you think It's gall for any man to claim that. Worth coun ty or any other county can beat Coweta as a 'possum grower The children are fat and happy when they eat K K K CUTTING TEETH KILLED WOMAN AT AGE OF 78 It Was Mrs. Snckfield's Third Set and Proved Too Much for Her. Plttsbuwr.1 Pbniary. A Cutting her third act of. teeth at the aga ot-78 y r and complications produced by 1C are' assigned LS tne cause of death of Miis. Therese Snckfleld at McKeeaport a ttb- urto. yesterday. Tea grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren are amon her descendant and weraJ of the Utter were teethloc bnuKaneousty wta Buy Sit of JFort Mims. TVMUocuni.- February I. Tea thonuad dollari tor tt purcham j f th rite upon whloa Fort iHm In' BaJlwln county. Al -i tnnia stood and for ii erection of a monument I appropriated In a bdl Introduced by Representative Wiley of Al&bana. Nearly all of th nxn women &aU fblldren occupy- lof the jwrUon at Fort MlBif wtrt massa cred tiy the Creek -tndiao oa Acxnst M mi. Bill to Make Tips Illegal. Denver. C lo. Febniarr I. A bill wts introduced In the legislature y t rd y maklnc It a in demeanor 16 tv accept or sollelt a tip except bo pln rr. REAL FOR SALE Advertfac in THE CONSTITUTION The Real Estate col- urnns. of Publicity Campaign at .Central Church. x Northea Presides Over Se'nioni GOT. R. B. Glenn Makes Address on "A CHru- tiaiuzed America for World Redemption. Tb first -day1 aeasion of the public Ur campairn" tor home missions was held In tbe Central Presbyterian church yesterday and w largely attended by representaUvea of every congregation In Atlaat Th purpose ot the meeting which is to arouse interest In the work of rnlMions. was' glren clear explanation by eminent speakers from-all pans of the -United. ettei. ho are here to conduct the amp.lgn- Tfte- openlnr slon becun it 2:30 o'clock tn th afternoon with Goremor W. J. North a presiding. The night cou'lon brn at 7:46 o'clock and waa presided oter- by 6. 1. Carson. Tb topics discussed In tfce after- coon were- aa follows Today's Outstanding PrnVIemi of Home Missions by Rev. B. D. Gray. D.D. of Atlanta The Vnlty of the Church In Its Mission to America by 'Or John R. Nel son of Nashville Tenn. who is the home mission secretary for the Meth- odiat Episcopal Church South and "Importance of Education In Home JJls- ions. by Bdmund D. Soper. of New YorJt. secretary of the Young People's Missionary Movement. A ffature of the evening's session was the address Tnade by .Governor R. B. CTIenn. of RaleUh. N. C. who spok on "A Christianized America-wfor Xa- tlon-Bulldln Anothe Interesting address -was that of Key. Reee F. Alsop. D.D. Canon of the Cathedral Ix ng lalan-d -whow subject was "A. Oarlstlan- led America for World Redemption. The campaign will be concluded with two semlons today the first In the afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and the second In the evening at 7:45 o'clock. Fred L. tfeely. editor or The Georgian will preside over the afternoon session and Asa D. Candler wfll preside at night. The program for today will Include the following addresee "The Backward People by Rer. John E. White. pastor of the Second Baptist church "Our Expanding Frontiers. Rev. Ward PlaU assistant secretary home rats- elons ot the Methodist Episcopal church. Philadelphia "The Church and Its Re sources the Men and the Means. J. for th8 'World. Rev. JoeiaJi Strong of home mission Presbyterian church. New York "America Ood's Laboratory for the World Rev. Joslah Strong of New York city. BIG BOILER EXPLODES WITH TERRIFIC FORCE One Man Is Dead and Several Badly Injured as Result of Catastrophe. Sour LsKe. Texas. February 3.-One man was killed and three others se riously injured here today by the ex plosion of a boiler In the plant of the Hardcastle Oil Company. D ad GEORGE UERWIK aged SO. Seriously injured' Fred Hanks. Charles Daffie. Gus ghelander. The came of the explosion Is not known. Men and derrkks were thrown high Into the Jr Jby the force of the explosion. The boiler wa hurled 500 feet. Mcr- wln left a family residing at -Kyle Texa BEER MAY BE EXEMPT FROM LOCAL OPTION Oregon Ministers and. the xHop Growers in Conference. Salem. Ore Fetoruary S.-Wlnieiera and boo Krowerj iaitnight appeared before the houe committee on revision of laws and diecuased the Mil proposed by th hop growers and dealers exempting b r from the local cpUon law. The bill prortdea that a special election ball be held at which the people of a precinct h U d dd whether or rrot the saleof Jt e r hil be. allowed in their precinot. The measure probably will be reooauntodwd iBaVonibiy toy the oommlt- tee. Have you tried Clinchfield The Coal of Quality. BRYAN AT VALDOSTA. Passed Through There on His Way'to Tampa. ValdcrU O 'February S. Special. Iton. "William Jennings Bryan paned Ihrougb the city this afternoon and TT4s gi 6t d 'by a large crowd-at the Atlantic 'Court I/lne pawenger station. Hla' train stopped only five minute bat Mr Bryan alighted from the steeper" and rfiook hands with tjie people congregated around the car chatting in .an informal way. Mr "Bryan did not diacuas politics er- cept to state la reply to a question that he copaidered the democratic party in b t T condition today than it had been in ixteen years. Mr Bryan waa on hi wa-y to'Tainpa where be 'Will make an addra at tee opening of-.the Florida tat filr towotrow. THREE IGLLED IN WRECK. Two Freights on Seaboard Col lide at.Greenvroodt S. C Spartaabtirg. 9. C.t February S. Two freight train collldtd on tho Seaboard A4t IJne railroad .near Greenwood to- dayv rtsalttng' in three 'men being killed and several Injured. The collision was head-on between tie regular local .and extra freight trains ofth s,8eaboard Air Line aa'd Is alleged to have .been caused by to engineer on the'extra setting his watch one hour wrong. The engineer who mad theJmJstake.vVrJd'yil iflremaa Jumped and avd\thelc'li as. Brake- man Tyrus wss juried underneath the d brff.rand'.Engineer Moore. of Chet r/'and Fireman "Nichols of' the local UiUn.wtret We Announce the First Spring 25 Styles of $1.25 Waists Choice Today See the Window Display Just for today. Thursday we will offer extremely choice values in $1.2 5 Waists bought for our regular stock at One Dollar each. These are not Waists purchased in a job lot but styles and values that we have selected fro ma host of others to carry through' out the season. The size range is complete in every style. We emphatically assert that C\r $1.25 Waists are the equal if not the superior of regular $1.50 qualiiies and today's sale puts' them to you at the popular price of each jl.OO. M. Rich Bros. Co. J M. Rich Bros. Go Live Stock Convention Adjourned Yesterday. Interesting Papers Were Read by Prof. M. P. Jarnigan N. Oi Nelson Prof. Flint Dr. Stalling and P. A. Methvin. Madison Ga. February 3. Special Features of the last day of the convention of the Georgia Dairy and Live Stork Association wer the papers red by Professor M. P. Jarregln. of Ath- ens. Ga. N. O. Nelson of St. Louis t r. Tart Butler of Raleigh a/nd Professor Flint of th experiment station. Mr. Nelson of St. Louis epoke on co operation among farmers detailing th prosperity of northern and southern lo calities that buy and eil together and marUet their products rationally. C. K White of Buckhead. made a strong address on better railroad and market- Ing facilities. A pa-per by T. R. Sawtell of Atlanta on beef production was read in hl absence by the secretary. Atlrrmoom f la The-first address In the afternoon was on swine breeding and feeding by .professor P. N1. Flint o the Georgia experiment station detailing the bevt breeds of hoge their care feeding and management. The subject waa dis cussed by Messrs. John Bostwick. who reported on the feeding of cotton seed irreal with good results anrt by Will 'V. Zlmmer off the use of hotel refuse for grade hogs. W. I. Hariey. of Sparta then read a paper on diversified farming. I r. R. -E. Stalling of 'Atlanta state chemist gave a highly interest- Ing paper on thing the farmer should know about feedstlifts and P. A. Mettivln. inspector of th came depart merit detailed Che plan of work in en forcing the pure food laws and result eecured. Elrrtlom of Officer On tlie election of officer \he nominating committee recommended for president W. L. Williamson of Commerce for vlca president. Profeasor' Andrew M. Soul of Athens for secretary C. F. HorrnkTiU of Atlanta and for treasurer Professor C. L. Willoughby of Experiment. Theee are the same officers with the exception of the secretary. Editor Hunnicutt who la well qualified for the work. The time 'and place of the next meeting was left to I the executive committee- of rhe association offers being received from both Athen and Milledgevllle. Bridge De troyed. Fayettevllle. X. C. February 3. Fire today destroyed the massive wooden bridge which spans the Cape Fear river In this city. This bridge originally cost $48,000 and was Insured for 125000. Going Away Go comfortably. Get one of our large roomy dressing trooki. Yoircsra almost 1ive In it. Evetythiag always hxa4y and orderly. ROUNTREFS 77Wh t haHSC EFORE drinking whisky either as a beverage or a- tonic be sure that it bears an-Established Reputation for Age Purity and Goodness. For fifty years has been a whisky prized for'its fine flavor and its excellent tonic qualities. Lewis 66 Rye is absolutely free from aromatic ethers or fusel oil. It is a genuine drinkable whisky especially valuable for medicinal purposes It's Away/AtoYe Everything in the whisky line. Keep in mind ttic name and the lab eland-accept no substitute. FOB BAZJI BT AlKLeadinl Mail Order 'HostM ia Jackionrille Chattanooga Montgomery and Mobile. Strauss Pritz S Goe-Difdlea. Cincinnati M32tt The White Dental Hooms 100H Whitehall gt Over Bramaea'a Drag fltre. To advertise our new. buelne for ten dar .we will do all kind of high-clan dental work at one-half the ethical price Set of teeth made and detlTered In flve hour Other charge tlO our price 49. Fit- teen rear experience. DR8. L. M. tVHITB A P. K. COLEMAJT 6:15 A. M. Is the leaving time of the SOUTH ATLANTIC LMITBD da r for CINCmNATI LOUIS VILLE and CHICAGO. The fastest time and shortest route north. Games drawing room deeping cars coaches and dining car. Arrives Cincinnati and Louisville early same evening and Chicago early following morning affording a daylight trip through the most beautiful scenic portion of the South. 5:10 P. M. Is. the departing time of the SOUTHLAND SPECIAL daily for CiliCUUIATI and LOUISVILLE. Through foacfaM ftr 4 drawing room sleeping cars. Pining car service. Arrives botfc citiea early folbwmg moniing. The best nigfit service out of Atlanta for all points north. fafonmflea for nt and.cbeecfultj gjr Aflaata 178 Befl tOM. CITY TICKET OFFICE 4 PEACHTREE STRElit "r 5V" .4 U t -4 4 -11 t t I' j IlIc IlN ft II" J r 12' if An At t id sifP.lus r S foo t il' J- 't 1 t If'RCS011ces e'4OooOOo. ,1 W m. L 'Peel'Prelldent obt-F. MaddoxVjce.-f j r rh Pe pJes Ca.hier' F ex derAsl'tCu .W OEflmAl WRAHml BRfAK nur AGAIN A k.s' Cit It PenoDAr-Th t' to' t aDd tll'e&l ed -a meet.fnc.oC' th -.reet .C lll1d1. reeterday .tormbinr M' r. m1the almt 1u done. pren.n ed 'Soll 1'ft n. f McP2ler on. a. 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