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NOW SLOGAN Constitution's Part Everywhere Welcomed on Return Trip From Macon PART EITEBTtllED III JACKSON AND OTHER TOWNS People of Butts and Monroe Counties Enthusiastic Over Movement to Cooperate in the Building of Better High ways The Trip Back to Atlanta. "Good roads" Is written on the mind and heart of middle Georgia Inr letters of gigantic slie and a spirit of aggres siveness and sincerity intensified. Coordination Between Georga coun ties the coordination that Is destined to splderweb the state of Georgia with a matchless system of highwava. lowering the cost of transportation to the farmer and narrowing the boundaries v between the cltr and the country. Unstinted and unanimous praise and gratitude to The Constitution for tak ing the Initiative In the jrood roads movement from Atlanta to Macon and return and from county In south Georgia. Another Incalculable and stable fac tor 8 ded to tbe assets that are each TPar making sure wealth tor Georgia. These are the features that stand out In glaring significance as the re- sulr of the wonderful consummation of The Constitution's first pathflnding tnur n its all-Georgia good roads con test for multiplying thousands of dol lars. The Hom-B nd Trip. The lightning-fast Wftlte steamer patrifinder of The Constitution In the Atlanta-Macon content flrew up before The Constitution office at 7:50 o'clock last evening. The two hours and fifty minutes it lacked of chlmlns with schedule -wa due to marvelous zeal In the very mis sion It set out to promote the sowing broadcast of the e-ood roads religion In Georgia. For It was concrete effort toward co operation In roadbulldlng between the Georgia counties and typically lavlh Georgia hospitality and enthusiasm that threw The Constitution's first pathflndlnsr party two hours and fifty minutes off schedule. The road commissioners and the representative citizens of Butts county detained The Constitution party to be witness to a challenge in a good rads linking contest between that county and Monroe as told elsewhere. And the generous hos-pltallty of middle Georgia as exemplified In many of Its foremost people literally held The Constitution party at bay an hour and a half at Indian Springs. Ckolre of Route Primarily The Constitution's path- j finding party set out from Atl nt Monday morning at 10:30 to explore the road between Macon and Atlanta. and to meet delegations from soutn Georgia at the Central City. The first path-finding expedition Is now history. The choice of routes Is till to be determined since against th 102-mila stretch along th Central rlrht-Of-way. e 88-mile stMtch via Jackson opposes Its most rejS\ite opposition. f3 TJhU onsattled Is u is 't'Sp to the fact that the counties e SSiute have developed dramatic and i -Sifent rivalry In the good roads cause as related In another column. The state-wide success of the project-at-large Is aasured In the formation f a permanent good roart- organization at Macoif with provisions made for a committee of seven with Clark Howefl chairman to administer thp numerous offers of prtie Dourlng Into The Constitution office since the announcement ten d -s ago of this paper's eight simultaneous contest from strategic points In Georgia to Atlanta. If the experiences encounvwtd by Tfte CoMMuUon pirtlei Irom Atlanta to Macon and return and from Fitzgerald to Macon are fair Indications It may be assured that all Georgia Is In the throes of a good road revolution that will inevitably place Georgia. .In the lead of 'all American commonwealths In this- rltal respect. Detail tbe Trip. The pathfinder left Macon. at 0:10 .this morning on th return trip abd should have reached Atlanta at 6 o'clock this afternoon. A blow out" tire at Vinevllle caused a delay of alxnit twenty. minute Bat that was not th reason for the arrival of the delegation In Atlanta at 7SO Nearly jv hour and a half was spent at-Indian Springs at dinner a the- Vueiti rfiibe chambsf of jmm rci .o PROMINENT CITIZENS WHO GREETED THE CONSTITUTION PARTY Photo by Abanansa Studio. On the left mayor of Fitzgerald and members of Ben Hill county board of commissioners. Reading from left to right. Mayor J. G. Knapp of Fitzgerald Chairman W. R. Bowen of the county board Commissioners H. SI. Warren and Wesley R. Walker. Photograph taken for The Constitution just before the start from Fitzgerald. On the right members of the Waycross delegation photographed for The Constitution just before leaving Fitzgerald. Reading from left to right J. B. Whitman prominent automobile dealer of Waycross E. J. Berry clerk of the superior court of Ware county Alderman C. M. Sweat of Waycross J. F. Taylor member of the Ware county beard. General Manager Scott Has Consultation With GOK Smith in Afternoon DIRECTORS OF fitORGIS URGE ENO TO STRIKE Generally Believed That Labor Commissioner Neill's Visit Will Result in Arbitration and That Trains Will be Running Within Few Days. Conferences were the order of the day in the Gaorgla railroad strike sit uation yesterday. With the arrival from Augusta of General Manager T. K. Scott accompanied by Major Joseph B. Gumming general counsel for the railroad com- peny the conference stage began. First some of the directors of tbe Georgia Railroad and Banking Com pany met Mr. Scott and urged upon him the Importance of taking steps looking to some solution of the problem which now has the road's traffic effectually tied up. Coafrreaee at Capitol. Following this there wag a confer ence In Governor Smith's office at the capltol between the governor and At torney General John C. Hart and General Manager Scott. Major Gumming and Sanders McDanlel. one of the At- Continued on Page Two. Photo by Abananza Studio. CASS ABOUT TO LEAVE FITZGERALD TOE MACON AS PATHTINJ r O EXPEDITION FOB THE CONSTITUTION'S GEORGIA GOOD ROADS CONTEST. i Annlston Ala. May 25. Special. Panic on a special Ixjulsvllle and Nashville passenger train tonight when Special Officer Strickland of Ironton beat Private Crafghead. of this city with a elub and held nearly the entire company D Alabama national guard at bay with a revolver which discharged during the excitement. The train was en route from .the Alabama-Georgia firemen's tournament al Talladeua- Several ladles were amoung the passengers. Allentown Pa. May 25. The Scranton flyer on the Central Railroad of New Jersey wa wrecked tonight at Salte I am 15 miles west of here by the breaking of a brake beam and six cars left the track. None of the passengers were injured officials aay. Cralghead accldentaly struck Strickland on th foot with his rtfle. This waa the aJIeged cause. Officers say Strickland will be prosecuted for swearing In tbe preoenee of females shooting on train and assault to murder. Berlin May 26. A special corres pondent of the Tageblatt sends the following from Larnaca Cyprus The situation in Syria is most serious. The autonomy movement is gaining ground with "horns rule' as the watchword. Ttoe troops stationed at Damascus re fuse to recognize Mehmed V. as sultan. The VJlaret of Adana Is quiet but a generfl uprising Is feared. Strikebreaker on Engine in Augusta- tte-Cause of Outburst of Violence DETECTIVE SHOT PISTOli SERVED WITH VUBUT Engineer Ran Engine Into a Freight Caboose and Had a Smash-Up Strike-Breakera Made Proposal Which Vice President Kelly Declined A Warning Against Impostor. Augusta Ga. May Special. For the purpose of transferring six or eight freight cars to the Charleston and Western Carolina railroad yards a switch engine left the Georgia railroad yard shortly after noon today with Engineer Thompson a strike-breaking fireman and Guard Hewett head of a Savannah detective agency aboai-d. In 'the Harrlsonvllle yards of the Georgia railroad the train was Interrupted by a crowd of angry strike sympathizers who would probably have wreaked vengeancf upon the strikebreaking fireman had not Sheriff Clarke and a posse of deputies arrived Just" In time to prevent a disturbance. Meanwhile Hewett had fired one shot In the direction the crowd and Engineer Thompson opening his throt- Continued on Page Two. Photo by Abanania Studla- iqn the-right side BenHilIJ8 flr t rcpre ntoUva right jHfenl Marion Dlc kiwnvwho Vll 11 Ben Hill rau isggf- K i. Southwest Georgia on fire diet the Constitution's Good v HUT ONLY TALKING BUI BEADK10 111 Ben Hill Wilcox Pulaski and Houston Counties Show a Marked' Interest and Are Determined to Get Good Results in the Very Near Future. j By Lauren Foremaa. One thin that the good roadi a jhusiasts who went down from Atlanta and points along the Central to Macon. in the interest of The Constitution' I great Georgia good roads contest found was that the people ol the wira- grass are on flr with good roads en- y thuslasm and are determined to g passable highways at once. "a Ep ciaily doe this apply to th citi.en of Ben Hill. WIleo Pttlaslci and Houston a It was through th f counties that the Fltxgerald to Macott trip In the Interest of the .good roadt movement Inaugurated by "The Conatt ration was-tnade and It waa inalnly the citlsens of tbee countle kbat .rj enthusiastic delegation -whlcn wpty Into Macon Monday afternoon wa made up. Be Hill and PalasU. To Ben Hill county must be 8l the palm for taking such quick hold' of The Constitution's movement and pushing to such a signal success th remarkable auto pilgrimage to Macon but the other counties are not to b forgotten for they all did their part- Good meetings were held in Abbeville J and Perry while the .HawklnsvlUa citlxens nou-only showed their en thusiasm but gave the vtaltors enter tainment that would have given a city Or 60.000 inhabitants cause to te l wnen the good roads boosters nttra- bering almost a hu dr d. reaetoa Hawkinsville. the Pulaski cltlien were ready for them with an elegant din- ner at the Brown hot U and lateri" when the good roads meeting held in the auditorium was over the delega tlon was piloted to Perry and on W Macon by the following committee.ot representative Pulaski cUlent. whor are heart and soul In the good road. movement C. D. Bohannon and U F. Finleyson. county commissioners TV J.- Holder. R. O. Pate. D. R. Pearce. Jt- Boyer Ed. Coleman Clayton Kenl y. ft N. F. Buff Harry Ellis. W. H. BuftV VCalter Means. f Deflolte W rk U Hoii to Houston howed an earnest deatrft for definite and Immediate action. the rousing meeting held In the Weather Prophecy SHOWERS. i Hg"t io mode vtly tk. Ix west temperature Highest temperaturs Mean temperature Normal tempera\ur Rainfall In 24 nours IntfhW Deficiency slnca 1st Cf mont Excess since January I. la Report from Yartoaa. 5 Atlanta cloudy Abilene pt cloudy Augusta cloudy Birmingham cloudy Boston clear Buffalo cloudy Baltimore cloudy Charleston cloudy Charlotte cloudy Chattanooga rain Chicago rain Cincinnati cloudy Cor. Chrl l. cloudy Denver rain Detroit cloudy Dodge clear Galve-ston cloudy Huron yaln Jacksonville cloudy Jupiter cloudy k Knoxvllle. cloudy Los Angalea. cltar Memphis cloudy Mobile cloudy V- Montgomery cloudy Ktfw Orleans cloudy New York clear Norfolk rain f Omaha cloudy Portland/ M uclar nililgh pt. floudy Rapid City.rain Savannah cloudr San FrancHeo clear t. Louis ptrcloudr 8U J a cloudy- Tampa -cloudy- VPomarrHle'clear S Vlckiburg cloudy1 wnmlngton- elear L. XLI. No. 345 4rr 4 c f 'c t 'O' - 0' 0 D .R" "JO' J\ e''F'O---R" A-LL.H E.O" b "I.f W"l.- GOOD ROADS ENTHUSIASM RUNS RAMPANT Pa fro I i ood s Irr-letter sinc rlty etween I th "between od fr& Ant l s uth de .r Th se th I In &JI-Geor la ood t st Ro -lIo..d lte pat fnder Con tltut\on th A rew Con tltutlon a nd flft It. eche- ule marv lous vf'I promote-the co- org1a I th ho ltallty 11 h ur path-I Atl"nt& explore' d-ele atlons sln tbe th8 bhe itch Ja klcm opt Oles r 1 'Ute po. tlOD. leeue t i.'i e-- ute J'e nt I sUc s &pure &f or an- o n e e no d..s Geor la Geor la I ut-all .t t. aco e 10 the Iho 14 nac.hed o'ci 'bl w Ure'at.'Vlnevt1te d lA f tWetltY' mtn t@a. 'W"J1ot tb"'re'ao arrlval" ot1ht l1 atlon.Jn &t7IO t f1J 1fe.rl .h uraisd c. alfw. .t S tJt U p"Uiot-tth .e mbet .Jt" 1 r k 'r .c.rQ'fj 4 .D'- t"'Jo4. lie "f 't j 'k.r ii PROMINENTCITIZENS' CiREfTEDTHfCONSTITUTID'N'PlRTY \0 bo a.rd s Wal ker. Con stltuUon bed t' nt me mber count NEILL CONFERS WITH STRIKERS AND GA. ROAD S' 1ith NO I yeeter a.y Jo eph ,1'6 ny. org1a. up In Cf. Gov rnor o Pa e PATHFINDING OfflCfR HOLDS UP fNTlRf tllMPANY 25.-Speclal. spe-I I 'Iron ton at ba dur g wa. from.the tournament'u were' I flYER WRECKEO I MANY INJURED I Ma -The -ew JeTS/ Dam 'of breakln tr ck SfRiAN SITUATION GROWING SRIOUS 26.-A If re- gener l ANGRY CROWD I MAKES ATTACK ON "FIREMAN Stri e rea er i Ih -Cau8 l I Declined-A Augu ta -Specla1.-For orgla shortJ ards v geanc. 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