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THE CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION ATLANTA. ATLANTA. CUU CUU CUU MONDAY NOVEMBER S 1919. 1919. PAGE SEVEN Some CooncHmen CooncHmen CooncHmen F vor City-County City-County City-County Consolidation Consolidation With Reservation Reservation Reservation Reservation Reservation f i Inquiry addressed addressed addressed to number of 4souncilmea 4souncilmea 4souncilmea 4souncilmea on 6unday 6unday 6unday failed to de- de- i velop any information information as as to wheth- wheth- wheth- wheth- er er the city council council at its meeting this this afternoon afternoon afternoon will will will by resolution resolution resolution or otherwise otherwise otherwise take official cognizance cognizance of the action of the Tulton Tulton Tulton county grand jury last week in recommending in its its its presentments presentments that that merger of the municipal and county governments governments be effected. effected. effected. effected. Several Several of of of them expressed expressed them them them selves selves selves as as favoring the plan with reservation reservation reservation but no one one was wining to say say say whether consolidation. consolidation. consolidation. consolidation. consolidation. consolidation. If If If it should should should ever ever ever be realized realized should should should be t t under under the city or county form form of government. government. Jl Alderman J. J. J. H. H. H. Ewlng Ewlng said said said that he- he- he- believed that tbe tbe offices offices of of count ty tax collector collector and city tax collector ought to be consolidated consolidated consolidated consolidated that J the separate separate method method of of taxation taxation .X .X ought to be abolished abolished and all all of of it V done by tax assessors assessors assessors assessors assessors it Burden Burden Burden Burden of Taxation. Taxation. Taxation. Taxation. Taxation. Taxation. According to Mr Mr Ewlng Ewlng the burden of of taxes taxes is is not being equitably shared by residents residents of of the city and those those outside outside outside of the Incorporated area and stated stated stated that he he didn didn didn didn t bei lleve lleve in the man man in the country giv- giv- giv- giv- i. i. i. ing In his land at $10 $10 an acre when it was worth much more and prop- prop- t erty In the city being assessed assessed assessed at TO TO TO i per per cent of of of its its value value Others Others preferred not to be quoted. quoted. T Bearing Bearing the unanimous approval approval t t of the street committee committee atlumect- atlumect- fc ingr ingr last last Friday Friday an ordinance will be introduced in council this afternoon to pave Edgewood avenue avenue from the railroad bridge bridge bridge bridge to Spruce street street with concrete paving paving The -it/bounty -it/bounty -it/bounty has promised to pay the 'city's 'city's share share of the cost of the proj- proj- proj- v ect ect and the property owners will be assessed assessed for for the balance. balance. balance. balance. It is expected that the question of salary increases for the firemen and policemen will again be taken up in council today today They are are asking asking asking for $20 $20 $20 $20 a a month flat flat Increase Increase Increase Increase Increase Resolutions Resolutions for Raise. Raise. Raise. Raise. -J -J -J Resolutions Resolutions to grant them this r r raise were were introduced in council 4 4 two week week week ago and were referred to tbe tbe salary salary committee for for considera- considera- considera- considera- J J tlon tlon and a report report fc Dr Dr J J B. B. Golden Golden chairman of this committee committee has called called called a meeting ot ot ot f f Its members for 1 30 o clock clock clock clock this afternoon to take up the question of of tbe tbe firemen firemen end end policemen policemen policemen policemen a request request One member of th th committee indicated Sunday that he might move for for a a postponement postponement of action and .ask .ask that the committee consider re i quests for salary increases in all departments at the same meeting meeting It was was his opinion that the salary committee and thw thw thw finance finance finance committee should should meet jointly on the mat mat i ter ter ter of salary salary adjustments and that before before before any schedule Is adopted the comptroller should be summoned and an estimate obtained from him of of the amount of of next jears jears jears jears income to the city NAPIER SPEAKER AT CELEBRATION 8 HELD IN TALBOTTON fr fr fr Talbotton Talbotton Talbotton Talbotton Ga. Ga. November 2 --Special --Special --Special --Special Approximately 1 500 people attended the home-coming home-coming home-coming celebration celebration In Talbotton Talbotton Talbotton Saturday in connection with the pig pig corn and canning clubs fair fair under the auspices of of County Agent F F D Jeter Jeter and Miss Beatrice Coram Coram rhome rhome economics agent agent Following addresses addresses by prominent prominent prominent speakers a barbecue barbecue was held on the courthouse square square attend by the returned soldiers and their friends friends and the large number of out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town guests guests guests guests A A J J J J J Ferryman Ferryman Ferryman Ferryman editor ot The The Tal Tal botton New Era introduced the eptakers eptakers eptakers eptakers and and and presided presided over the ex- ex- ex- ex- ex- erclsea erclsea erclsea erclsea After After expressing his high regard for the returned returned heroes the speaker speaker Introduced Introduced Colonel George M. M. Napier Napier of of Decatur Decatur solicitor gen gen eral eral eral eral of of the Stone Mountain circuit circuit tbe tbe principal orator. orator. Colonel Napier Napier Napier Napier s speech began with with tracing the characteristics of the American people people especially those in the south south merging Into Into a plan plan plan plan for better agricultural and live live stock stock conditions and ending with a tribute to the men who represented the city and county In the war war It was one one of the most most eloquent addresses addresses ever ever ever ever ever heard here t. t. "and "and "and was was was greeted with strict attention and interest by the great au- au- au- dlence that heard him him He did not refer refer to his candidacy for attorney general general The The exhibit of fine fine registered registered pigs pigs pigs pigs the first ever held in this u-ounty u-ounty u-ounty u-ounty u-ounty was -a -a -a -a feature that attracted much enthusiasm enthusiasm In In the after"noon n public sale sale sale was held and the the majority of of the registered registered registered stock was purchased by local buyers buyers in dicating dicating that Interest In pure hred hred hred hred hogs is established established established firmly in Talbot county county About JoOO JoOO JoOO JoOO JoOO In prizes awarded. awarded. Continued Shrinkage In French Population Shown by Statistics Statistics Pari Pari November 2 2 A continued shrinkage of of the population of of Franc Franc Franc is shown shown by the vital sta- sta- sta- sta- tlsttcs tlsttcs tlsttcs of the republic for for the year iiJlS'8 iiJlS'8 iiJlS'8 iiJlS'8 iiJlS'8 iiJlS'8 iiJlS'8 which have just appeared appeared I J Without counting counting counting the war los e w'the w'the w'the w'the French French nation numbers numbers 389 575 7ess 7ess 7ess than In 1917 1917 These figures af fect fect fect only only the 77 departments of t-France t-France t-France t-France t-France t-France t-France which were not In enemy oc oc cu pat ion They are the excess excess excess of deaths over births. births. The decline i Attributed Attributed Attributed Attributed Attributed mainly to the ravages ravages ravages of of the the Influenza Influenza Influenza epidemic 1n 1n the the lattrr lattrr lattrr lattrr half half half of 1918 from which which which it Is computed that about 300 000 persons persons died Compared with 1917 1917 there wn an increase increase In marriages marriages of 19 364 but the number number number of of divorces also ro e frcm frcm frcm 5.573 5.573 5.573 to to 81S1 81S1 81S1 81S1 81S1 A Word About the Use of Our New Fall Fall and Winter Catalogue Our new 136-page 136-page 136-page 136-page 136-page illustrat illustrat illustrat ed ed catalogue is being deliver deliver ed to to us from from the printers. printers. printers. printers. This handsome handsome catalogue 11 11 11 lustrates and and prices nearly ten thousand sensible and appropriate gifts. gifts. gifts. gifts. gifts. It brings your shopping to to yon. yon. yon. yon. 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BOOK BROUGHT HERE BY AMERICAN AMERICAN AMERICAN OFFICER "The "The People Are Like a Herd of Sheep and We Are Are the Wolves Says Bolshevist Bolshevist Writer. Writer. By Carl W. W. Aekermaa. Aekermaa. Aekermaa. Aekermaa. Aekermaa. Aekermaa. T Cosrtltrtiss Phlftltlikls Publl Publl Publl Utter Utter Utter Utter Utter II U U U U New York York October 30 The ob ob ob ob ject of the world revolution which the bolshevist bolshevist leaders of Russia Russia are attempting to bring about today is is the establishment establishment of a "super-gov- "super-gov- "super-gov- "super-gov- "super-gov- "super-gov- ernmenf ernmenf ernmenf under the dictatorship dictatorship of a 'universal 'universal 'universal czar" czar" Protocols Protocols 9 and 10 of the secret guide book book or "red "red bible" bible" bible" bible" brought to this country from Moscow by an American intelligence officer officer officer some excerps excerps of which were published for the first time yesterday. prove prove prove prove prove beyond any doubt the ul timate goal of bolshevism bolshevism bolshevism bolshevism bolshevism while protocols 8 and 9 9 9 frWnkly frWnkly frWnkly frWnkly acknowledge that "from "from "from "from us emanate all embracing terrorism. terrorism. terrorism. terrorism. The document which I am quoting Is the translation of of twenty-four twenty-four twenty-four twenty-four twenty-four twenty-four twenty-four protocols written by one of the members of the Inner cabinet of the soviet government. government. It was given to me some ten days ago by an an American diplomat of years of ex perience In Europe Europe who vouches for for its authenticity ana ana I have have in my possession the name of the the off'clal off'clal off'clal off'clal who brought a copy of of the protocols protocols to the the United States States His name for for obvious reasons reasons cannot be dis dis dis closed closed From the investigation which I ha\e ha\e ha\e ha\e ha\e made In this city and In Washington Washington Washington I ha e found found noth noth ing which would cause me to doubt the existence or accuracy accuracy of the the booklet. booklet. I make this explanation be be be cause of the amazing amazing frankness of. of. the writer writer his astonishing astonishing under under standing standing of mass psychology and his ruthless ruthless cold-blooded cold-blooded cold-blooded plans for for overwhelming existing governments governments governments governments In protocol protocol 8 the Russian writer declares Y\ Y\ a must provide ourselves with the same arms our enemies can employ against against us. us. us. us. We must must eeek eeek the most subtle expressions and evasions of of the legal dictionary to Justify those those occasions when we will be forced forced forced to announce resolutions apparently apparently apparently apparently unnecessarily audacious audacious and unjust unjust for for for for It Is Important that the the the form form of such decisions decisions resemble resemble the highest moral rules rules ol ol legal character character TO TO 111 Play on on Unman Unman Unman Faults. Faults. Faults. Faults. Our Our government will be surrounded by all the forms of of civilization in the midst of of which It will have to function. function. It will surround Itself Itself by publtcits publtcits publtcits practical practical law law law yers yers administrators. administrators. administrators. administrators. diplomats. diplomats. These These people will Know Know all the se crets of social existence existence they will know all the meaning hidden in political letters and works works they will will be familiar familiar with the seamy side of human nature with all of Its sensitive sensitive chords upon which which which which they must know how to play play In In prootcol 9 where advice advice is is ghen ghen to those those who are working for the bolshevlsts bolshevlsts bolshevlsts in foreign counties counties this statement is made 'In 'In 'In applying our principles turn your attention to the character of the people in whose countries you you will will be resident and active for a general similar application of of them to the early re-education re-education re-education re-education re-education of of the peo peo ple ple according to our plan. plan. By advancing carefully carefully In their applica applica applica applica tion you will see that that ten years will not pass pass pass pass but that the most ob ob stinate stinate stinate character character will not change and we can then count another nation among those already conquered by us. us. They They Rule Rule by Farce Farce of Wilt. Wilt. Wilt. Wilt. In In reality there are no obstacles before before us us Our super-govern super-govern super-govern super-govern super-govern super-govern super-govern super-govern ment is under such such extraordinary extraordinary legal conditions that it is advisable to call it it by an an energetic and strong word word dictatorship. dictatorship. I can state state honestly that at the present time we are law-makers law-makers law-makers law-makers law-makers law-makers law-makers We create the courts and jurisprudence. jurisprudence. We pun pun Ish and we forgive. forgive. We as as as the chief of all our armies armies sit an an an the leaders horse horse We rule by the force ot ot will because because we hold in our hands hands the remnants of a once strong party now subjugated subjugated subjugated to to us. us. In our hands He He uncontrollable ambition. ambition. burning greed greed merciless revenge and bitter hatred. hatred. From From us emanates all embracing terrorism terrorism People of all opinions and and and of all doctrines are In our service. service. restorers restorers restorers restorers restorers monorchUts. monorchUts. monorchUts. monorchUts. demagogues demagogues socialists socialists communists communists and Utopians Utopians We have to put all of them to work. work. Everyone of them Is undermining the last last remnants remnants remnants remnants of authority and Is trying trying to overthrow the existing existing order. order. All All gov gov gov gov ernments ernments have been tortured by these actions. actions. They are begging for peace peace but we will not not gi e them peace until they recognize our super-government super-government super-government super-government openly and with with submission. submission. submission. submission. "The "The masses masses masses have began began began to de mand the solution of of social social social problems by means means of international agreements. agreements. The division into parties has has placed them them at our disposal. disposal. disposal. disposal. To be able to conduct a a rival struggle money is is is necessary necessary and that we have. have. have. have. Considering Considering Considering the possibility possibility of an uprising against against against against the the bolshevists bolshevists bolshevists the writer says. says. says. "You "You state that that there will will will be aa aa armed uprising against us if the situation is discovered before the time for a a world revolution is ripe but against against this we have auch auch auch auch a. a. paralyzing maneuver la the west west west presumably America America America that the bravest bravest bravest soul soul soul will vhudder. vhudder. vhudder. vhudder. vhudder. vhudder. Underground corridors corridors will will be established established established by that time in all cities cities cities where they can. can. be exploded exploded with all their institutions institutions and and government government government docu ments. ments. Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Is Is Is Is Predicted. Predicted. Predicted. Predicted. In In protocol protocol ten the Russian Russian Russian Russian writ writ er in in discussing discussing the world state of of unrest unrest unrest unrest remarks that "We "We "We have have have opened the arenas arenas in different governments where revolts now occur and disorders disorders and bankruptcy will shortly appear everywhere. everywhere. The abuse abuse abuse of of of authority is definitely definitely preparing the downfall downfall of of all Institution and everything everything everything will be overturned by the Infuriated mobs mobs "All "All "All "All Bo-called Bo-called Bo-called Bo-called Bo-called rights of the the the the people can only only exist exist in abstract and can never never be realized in practice. practice. What difterence difterence difterence does it make to the laboring proletariat proletariat bent by heavy toil toil crushed crushed by destiny mat mat tne tne talkers talkers receive receive the right to talk talk talk talk and journalists journalists journalists journalists the right to to mix nonsense with business business if if the proletariat has has no no other gain from the constitution than those those those those miserable miserable crumbs crumbs thrown to him him We will will present ourselves in the guise guise guise of of saviors of the workers from oppression when we suggest suggest thai thai they en ter ter oar oar army of of socialists socialists socialists anarchists communists communists to whom we al ways extend our help under tbe tbe guise guise of the the rule rule of the brotherhood. The The aristocrats aristocrats who benefited by the labor of the the people by by right were interested that the workers should should be well fed fed fed healthy and strong strong We on the the contrary contrary are concerned in the opposite their degeneration. Our power lies in chronic malnutrition malnutrition and In the weakness of the worker because through this this he falls falls falls under our power and is unable to find find eitner eitner strength strength or or energy to counteract counteract i Through need and the resulting iealous iealous iealous hatreds hatreds we manipulate n mass and eliminate eliminate eliminate those who stand In our way with their help" help" help" help" Can anything be more terrible than this this this this heartless confession 01 01 bolshevist bolshevist bolshevist source of strength4 strength4 Are Are IK Revolt Revolt Revolt Revolt Affnln.t Affnln.t Affnln.t Affnln.t Affnln.t Affnln.t Cod. Cod. Cod. "The "The word 'liberty' 'liberty' pushes all all human society into a struggle struggle against against all authority authority be in that of of God or of of nature. nature. Owing to this this during our reign that world will will be eliminated from from the the dictionary as an Inciter to brute power that turns the masses into bloodthirsty animals animals It is true these animals animals go to sleep every time they have drunk of blood and during that period they are easy to enslave enslave But If blood Is not given them they win win win not sleep but will fight. fight. fight. fight. To those who are advocating a revolution in the the United States States these words of of their Russian leader should be inspiring inspiring TV hen hen we accomplish our governmental resolutions resolutions Article X. X. X. X. ex plains plains "we "we will will say to the people Everything Everything Everything went badly badly badly badly AH AH have suffered suffered suffered suffered We We will now abolish tne tne reason for for sufferings sufferings sufferings sufferings sufferings nationalities nationalities nationalities nationalities frontiers frontiers frontiers differences differences of race race Of course you are free free to pronounce sentence sentence over us. us. but how can that be ju t if if you do so before before giving giving a trial to that which we will give you Then they will glorify us and carry us high with with the unanimous delight of hope and and expectation. expectation. "The "The "The "The recognition of of of our autocrat may come- come- openly before constitutions are abolished abolished but the the moment for this recognition will come when the people tortured by disorder disorder and the inactivity of of their rulers rulers and In cited by us will say. say. Take Take them away and give us one one one universal czar czar who will will unite us and abolish the causes causes of quarrels quarrels the frontiers of nationality nationality religion government and accounting accounting who will give us the peace and quiet which which we cannot cannot find find with authorities authorities and representatives' representatives' representatives' In protocol 11 the the Russian leader speaks speaks of plans plans for tne tne tne establishment of of Soviets in foreign countries. Revolutions Revolutions abroad abroad are to be brought about by by a a 'government 'government 'government coup d etat. etat. Pisa Pisa Pisa Helen Helen Helen of Fear. Fear. Fear. Fear. Fear. Fear. "It "It Is Is necessary necessary for ue" ue" remarks remarks remarks the writer that that from from the first moment when the people are still still dumbfounded by the accomplished accomplished revolution and are in a state state of of terror and and surprise surprise surprise surprise that they should realize realize realize that we are so strong that we cannot be attacked attacked attacked that we are so powerful that we will consider them In no case and that not only will we ignore their opinions and desires but are ready and capable of squelching their expressions and manifestations with indisputable au thority at any moment moment and in all places places places places We will grasp everything we want at once and we will not divide our power with them under any circumstances circumstances They will will then then close their their eyes in fear to everything and wait wait for what is to happen The The people are like a lot of of snee and we are the wolves wolves You know know know what happens happens to the sheep when the wolves get into the fold" fold" fold" The protocols which I have quoted deal with the general v&orld v&orld v&orld revolutionary movement and indicate the diabolical diabolical cunning cunning cunning of the Russian leaders whose whose whose agents today are active in every part of of the world world The soviet soviet government government has its "official "official envoy" envoy" in New York York William B. B. Haywood secretary of of the L W W W W told me me in Chicago that he was in direct communication with Russia. Russia. It would be Interesting Interesting to know what the candid expressions of of these men would be be toward the secret secret confessions of this this this leader leader leader in Moscow The details details details details of the "New "New "New World Dictatorship Dictatorship which the bolsheviots bolsheviots bolsheviots plan plan need not be given given but the methods of 'handling 'handling 'handling 'handling 'handling the press" press" after the international revolution are typical bf the methods to be employed in other lines lines such such as finance and business business 'We 'We 'We will will handle the press in the folio wine way way to quote a part of protocol 1 Mill Mill Shackle Shackle Shackle the the Press. Press. Press. Press. "What "What is the role role of the press It serves to rouse passions of antagonistic partisanship. partisanship. It is empty and inaccurate and most people do not not understand what ends it serves. serves. We will will will shackle shackle it and keep a tight rein on it it We will will do the same same same with other pointed pointed pointed matter matter for what use use Is It for us us to rid ourselves of attacks attacks attacks on the part part of the press press If we we are open to criticism criticism criticism through pamphlets and books books books books We will make make make make the present expensive product product product product of of publicity publicity more more expensive by censor censor censor ship thus making it a source source of income for our government. government. "We "We will affix a special stamp tax. tax. tax. When a a newspaper printing printing shop Is Is being organised organised organised bonds wiU wiU have to be deposited deposited whiih whiih will will guarantee guarantee our government from all attacks on the part of of the press. press. press. W W will will will stop all attacks mercilessly. mercilessly. Such measures a stamps stamps stamps stamps bonds bonds bonds and and fines will bring bring a a big income to the government government It is true that party party organs might not fear fear the the loss of money money so we will close thfcm thfcm after a second attack upon us. us. Nobody Nobody will touch the glory of our government and remain unpunished The pretext for stopping stopping stopping a publication will will be that the publication In question excited the Imagination without without cause or reason. Among Among those those who attack attack us us with impnity impnity impnity will bfe bfe bfe organs organ organ organ organ organ ized ized by us us but they will will attack exclusively those those points points wjiich wjiich we plan to change. change. Not one one notice will will be be sent out without our control. In this way the the bolshevists bolshevists o Russia Russia Russia are planning planning the establishment of themillennlnm themillennlnm themillennlnm themillennlnm under a "super-government" dictatorship dictatorship 01 the proletariat by a a universa universa universa cxar. cxar. cxar. cxar. cxar. cxar. "Tour "Tour "Tour "Tour "Tour "Tour wife wife has has has Imaginary Imaginary Imaginary aliments. I'll I'll I'll Just Just give her some some some Imaginary medicine medicine "Urn. "Urn. "Urn. "Urn. What kind of of a bill are you you you going to render in this case case case doctor Edinburgh Scotsman. Scotsman. G. G. L. L. LEMON AND AND COMPANY CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Ml HerJ Slfe. Slfe. MM ITT CM. CM. w AtlaaU. AtlaaU. 6 AMUSEMENTS "Matt "Matt and Jeff. Jeff. At Atlanta Xeaigai. Xeaigai. Xeaigai. Xeaigai. TooTl TooTl TooTl TooTl TooTl TooTl remember that Matt and Jeff i ended ended la la properly opening tha tha tha new new caial caial at "Panama "Panama looked looked erer erer erer the the "Mexican" "Mexican" "Mexican" "Mexican" "Mexican" alt- alt- alt- alt- utlon utlon utlon utlon utlon attended "College "College celebrated celebrated their their Wedding. Wedding. repenting repenting their raah raah act act by being being -discorexed- -discorexed- -discorexed- tried tried their their their tack tack tack tack tack tack U U U the the 'WooQy 'WooQy 'WooQy 'WooQy 'WooQy 'WooQy West. West. West. West. and and and now now now to the 'land 'land of of Dream Dream "ifott "ifott "ifott "ifott and and Jeffi Jeffi Jeffi Dream" Dream" Dream" Dream" Dream" Dream" Dream" is the the mi mi of of of the the new new vehicle vehicle vehicle upon upon upon which which which which they will will tide tide to to another tremendous tremendous tremendous satctsa satctsa this this season. season. season. season. season. Go BSXTtaa BSXTtaa BSXTtaa madc-a madc-a madc-a Uriah Uriah Uriah pro- pro- ductlon ductlon ductlon eren eren eren more more more elaborate than than than any any of of I his former former production production production under under under the the Mntt Mntt Mntt and and Jeff standard. standard. The funniest funniest erer U the promise and and Judging Judging Judging from from reports ftonTother ftonTother ftonTother ftonTother cities that that promise promise promise promise promise is well well kept. kept. kept. kept. Each Each Each soccesslTe soccesslTe soccesslTe teajon teajon teajon finds finds finds finds finds an an entirely entirely entirely entirely entirely new new new offering wMch wMch IndDdes IndDdes book mute mute songs scenery scenery costume costume and lut lut bat bat not leait. leait. leait. pretty pretty girt "Matt "Matt "Matt "Matt asd asd asd Jeffs Jeffs Jeffs Jeffs Dream" Dream" Dream" Dream" will will be the offering offering offering at the Atlanta Atlanta theater to to night night night night and and tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow matinee matinee matinee and and nirht. nirht. nirht. nirht. nirht. nirht. ue. ue. Cemiag Cemiag Cemiag Cemiag to Atlaata. Atlaata. Atlaata. Atlaata. Atlaata. Atlaata. If If yon yon hare hare hare erer erer kept kept your your emotions emotions emotions In In In raid raid stance stance stance stance have have have looked opon opon opon life life life life life with with with that that that blaseness blaseness that that ls ls characteristic characteristic characteristic characteristic of the would be-know be-know be-know it sll dweUer dweUer dweUer dweUer of tbe tbe cities to whom the doing doing of his his his neighbors are as nanght nanght if if you you hare hare erer erer been surfeited with orer indulgence don t yon yon yon yon think It about about about time time to call a halt npon npon npon yourself and and take take a lesson in in in primitire primitire primitire primitire emotions emotions from from from the life's life's life's life's rlewpolnt rlewpolnt rlewpolnt rlewpolnt rlewpolnt of people who lire lire lire lire in the forest forest forest whose thoughts are are clean clean clean ond ond ond whose whose dqlng dqlng dqlng reflect their innermost innermost Ideal Ideal chief among among among among which are lore lore lore and portrait portrait of happlneaiT happlneaiT If yon yon want want to attend a dais dais of this kind then go to to the theater see see see "Tiger "Tiger "Tiger "Tiger Rose Rose Dd Dd yon yon yon yon yon will will will will hare hare hare unfolded unfolded before before before your your your wondering eyes eyes life at at its its its big moments moments moments stripped from the the hypocrisy hypocrisy hypocrisy hypocrisy hypocrisy and1 and1 and1 the reneer reneer reneer reneer of society. society. society. society. society. nd s s the the heart heart heart o mn mn mn where the eyes eyes eyes of of his his his fellows fellows fellows cannot cannot follow. follow. It It 1s 1s 1s al al al al al Mat Mat needle- needle- to to statt statt statt statt statt Oaf Oaf tact facta facta facta aw aw accentuated accentuated accentuated tr-th4exq tr-th4exq tr-th4exq lit tettlngs tettlngs and Tteutttalr Tteutttalr Tteutttalr Tteutttalr Tteutttalr euiVomeut that thct thct mater mater mater m Clctea Clctea f tire tire itefV taTM taTM Belasco Belasco Belasco tBcon- tBcon- tBcon- passt mm-wK mm-wK mm-wK SB original I ew Tort Lycemm Lycemm theater prctfncttoa is promised whex' whex' whex' It mppean mppean mppean her her her it the Atlanta theater for for three three three day- day- beginning beginning Thursday Thursday Thursday Horember Horember with a a special -nattnee -nattnee -nattnee -nattnee o Batnrtay. Batnrtay. Batnrtay. Beats Beats Beats Beats Beats go go on salt TntsCay morBlnt. morBlnt. morBlnt. morBlnt. morBlnt. Vaadeville. Vaadeville. At U Grand. Grand. Grand. Grand. Mania Barfce Barfce "The "The "The "The "The "The "The Skyrocket Skyrocket Skyrocket Skyrocket Skyrocket of of Tanfle- Tanfle- Tanfle- Tanfle- Tanfle- Tanfle- rflle. rflle. rflle. rflle. via via be the top-tine top-tine top-tine top-tine top-tine of the program at Loew-s-Crsnd Loew-s-Crsnd Loew-s-Crsnd Loew-s-Crsnd Loew-s-Crsnd Loew-s-Crsnd Loew-s-Crsnd Loew-s-Crsnd for Voftday. Voftday. Tuesday and Wednesday. Wednesday. Wednesday. Wednesday. Wednesday. Wednesday. Wednesday. Wednesday. Together with with with her" her" four four four cele cele cele brated brated brated kings kings of of J she she she wUl wUl wUl offer offer a syncopated rarlety rarlety rarlety rarlety rarlety of of of of jaa jaa jaa jaa metodle metodle metodle metodle metodle and. and. and. and. and. dances dances dances dances that win win go go straight .through .through .through .through ta your your your heart. heart. heart. heart. heart. heart. She ta ta about about about about the. the. IlrellesV IlrellesV IlrellesV randerUle randerUle randerUle star that that crer crer visited this city. city. Aa an added added feature John John John KrHenshaw. KrHenshaw. KrHenshaw. the musical musical musical come dy star.-wlll star.-wlll star.-wlll star.-wlll appear appear with Grace Arery Arery "The "The "The Girl with the the Voice and the Smile. Smile. la la their derer derer comedy skit. skit. Carrying Carrying Carrying Carrying On. On. On. On. Other act act act this week week an an Aldlne Aldlne and Wright la la an an assortment of of of wonderful wonderful wonderful feats feats on on the the flying flying flying rings rings rings George A Hack Hack Hack Hack the comedian comedian comedian comedian and and Browne Browne Browne Browne and Alalnc Alalnc Alalnc in their comedy comedy comedy dellcnt dellcnt "Step "Step "Step Frienda/ Frienda/ Frienda/ Frienda/ Frienda/ Frienda/ Heading Heading Heading Heading th screen screen screen attraction Is Is Florence Florence Florence Florence Florence Bred Bred Ji Ji her photoplay photoplay success "Her "Her Game. Game. Game. Game. Game. Keith Vaudeville. Vaudeville. Vaudeville. At tha tha tha tha tha lyrio. lyrio. lyrio. lyrio. lyrio. lyrio. Blllr Blllr Blllr Blllr Bonncer'a Bonncer'a Bonncer'a Bonncer'a Bonncer'a Circus Circus Circus will will be be the the the the big big big future of entertainment entertainment on the the the bill of Keith Keith randertne. randertne. randertne. randertne. randertne. which which which will will will open open at the matinee matinee performance performance performance performance performance performance at the the Lj-rie Lj-rie Lj-rie Lj-rie Lj-rie Lj-rie theater theater theater this after after after after after noon. noon. noon. noon. This This la la a aorel aorel comedy idea which will will will will will prore prore prore a Tines-maker Tines-maker Tines-maker Tines-maker Tines-maker Tines-maker Tines-maker Tines-maker Tines-maker and and an an an attendance- attendance- attendance- attendance- attendance- getter getter getter getter In In addition addition there there will be fnor fnor fnor other other fin fin fin acts acts acts arid arid arid some some some some morlBg morlBg morlBg pictures pictures of exceptional timeliness. timeliness. timeliness. At one tim tim It "war "war the the practice among among the Germans and Dutch to accumulate accumulate accumulate soiled clothes and have a -washday -washday -washday only two or three times times a a year. year. BREWERS CANCEL CALL FO MEETING AtluiUc. AtluiUc. catr. catr. catr. tf. tf. tf. tf. tf. J7 November November November 2 2 After' After' making making all preparation preparation preparation preparation preparation to hold-what hold-what hold-what hold-what hold-what hold-what hold-what w&a w&a w&a described a the 'most 'most 'most 'most important couYentlon couYentlon In its Uctoiy Uctoiy Uctoiy Uctoiy word word was was received received here today today that the United United United States Brewers' association association had. had. had. canceled canceled canceled canceled its meetlngi-whleh meetlngi-whleh meetlngi-whleh meetlngi-whleh was was to have have have opened in til city November IS. IS. IS. IS. 'No 'No reason for the action was as signed in the message of cancellation. bat bat liquor liquor interests here in terpret It as ans1n Jlcatloa Jlcatloa that the brewers brewers brewers brewers have have abandoned abandoned their their fight against the war-time war-time war-time dry law. law. and that they will will will concentrate their ef ef forts toward toward defeating defeating defeating the the consti consti tutional tutional tutional amendment. amendment. Should this be be the case it is expected the convention will be held at at later date. date. The number four is in great dis favor in Japan Japan Japan because because its name "shl "shl "shl "shl "shl "shl Is the term for for for death. death. There are no fours or forty-fours forty-fours forty-fours forty-fours forty-fours in the CSephone CSephone directories of of of that coun- coun- coun- coun- trf. trf. trf. trf. At a railroad railroad accident in Cincinnati four four cars cars of coal were were dumped dumped dumped on the tracks of the street railroad company. company. The company company company immediately rushed a snowplow snowplow snowplow to the scene scene and plowed plowed the coal coal away. away. away. away. The The The The deepest known lake In In the world world la la Lake Baikal Baikal Baikal in Siberia. Siberia. PASSENGER TRAINS Berlin. Berlin. November 1 By ta Aa- Aa- Aa- Aa- soctated soctated .Press. .Press. A ten-day ten-day ten-day ten-day ten-day eet eet eet tlon tlon of railway railway railway railway paasenger paasenger traffio traffio traffio traffio 1 the the the the the the government's government's government's latest effort t prevent a a national national catastrophe ow ing-to ing-to ing-to lack- lack- lack- of coal and and safeguard safeguard the transportation transportation ot ot potatoes before the first frost falls. falls. falls. falls. Tne Tne only- only- only- only- exception exception in the the stoppage.of stoppage.of pa senger cervices cervices will be the Berlin Berlin suburban suburban traffic which will will iuffetv iuffetv only to ten ten extent extent extent that train train train wlllA cease running running at II II o'clock o'clock at night. night. Tbe Tbe transportation transportation transportation transportation situation situation thn thn created created is unparalleled even even considering the critical mobilization mobilization days at the the -outbreak -outbreak of the war. war. In an open open letter to th -n -n ws papers papers In London. London. Professor H. H. H. H. H. H. Johnston urges' urges' the "Engllsh-apeak- "Engllsh-apeak- "Engllsh-apeak- "Engllsh-apeak- "Engllsh-apeak- "Engllsh-apeak- "Engllsh-apeak- "Engllsh-apeak- ing ing public public ta ta study aeriously aeriously aeriously aeriously aeriously th African languages languages with the idea of cultivating cultivating commerce commerce commerce and trad trad with that continent. continent. Pour Pour hundred and fifty-three fifty-three fifty-three languages and dialects must must be learned In order to establish establish establish relations with the- the- na tives. tives. tives. tives. The The tribes tribes tribes of of the the Bantu Bantu Bantu Bantu Kafir. Kafir. Kafir. Zulu. Zulu. Telata. Telata. Telata. Telata. Haussa Haussa Haussa and Tedo number number more than tOO 000,000 000,000 and and have have hitherto hitherto hitherto traded traded with the Germans and the Dutch. Dutch. Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky commissioner commissioner commissioner of of forestry in in in in having a hundred bushel bushel of of maple and and oak oak tree Beed Beed Beed Beed Beed collected in hi state for for for shipment tf Belgium Belgium to.be to.be planted planted planted in the w r- r- devastated devastated dreas dreas of that country. country. country. country. X Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Trust Company Company Company Announces Removal Removal to Their New New Home Home Capital Capital $1,000,000.00 $1,000,000.00 $1,000,000.00 $1,000,000.00 $1,000,000.00 $1,000,000.00 Member Federal Reserve System System Commercial Banking Dept. Dept. Accounts of of Individuals Banks and Corporations Savings Department Department Four Per Per Cent Compounded Semi-Annnally Semi-Annnally Semi-Annnally Semi-Annnally Semi-Annnally Semi-Annnally Trust Department Department Trusts of Every Nature Individual and Corporate Farm Loan Loan Department Department Loans Promptly Negotiated and Closed. Closed. Safe Deposit Department Rates $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 Per Year Year Up Securities Securities Department Department High-Grade High-Grade High-Grade High-Grade High-Grade Bonds Bonds Ready for Business This This This Morning In Our Mew Mew Mew Mew Location We take this method of of announcing announcing that while while while while we have been delayed in the installation installation of the fixtures in our new quarters we are nevertheless ready to handle the business of our customer customer customer in the Atlanta Trust Trust Company Building corner Broad and Walton Streets This Monday Morning November 3d While our fixtures will not be complete before November 5th we we have have all all equipment necessary to handle allTjusiness with dispatch this morning Monday Monday November November 3d. 3d. Our New Home Home Atlanta Atlanta Trust Co. Co. Building GEORGE GEORGE S. S. LOWNDES Vice Pres. Pres. TURNER C. C. C. TRIPPE TRIPPE Treasurer. Treasurer. MORTUARY Ujlfr H. H. M. M. M. M. Lord. Lord. Lord. Krs. Krs. Krs. Krs. HTlLitiirf. HTlLitiirf. HTlLitiirf. HTlLitiirf. SLytan SLytan of at ffied ffied it ktr ktr tern tern tern m m Bockboti Bockboti rout rout UU UU Bond y atctt. atctt. atctt. atctt. atctt. Ehs Ehs Is Is sanind sanind bt her hnsbutd. hnsbutd. hnsbutd. hnsbutd. one one one one dtnritnc. dtnritnc. dtnritnc. Mr B. B. B. T T Lewi Lewi Lewi andut ft sons sons sons B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. B. Ltwls Ltwls Ltwls istod istod istod and H. H. It. It. ColUer laM. laM. laM. laM. KING ALFONSO.FAILED ALFONSO.FAILED ALFONSO.FAILED IN MISSION MISSION TO PARIS Rome Rome November November November Z The" The" Corrlere d'ltalla d'ltalla semi-offlfclal semi-offlfclal semi-offlfclal organ -of -of the Vatican Vatican commenting on the visit of the king king of of Spain Spain Spain to Paris saysr saysr The The The The mission mission mission of King Alfonso Alfonso Alfonso Alfonso to Paris has has failed. failed. His object was chiefly to to solve the thorny problem of Tangier in in the desire to 'avert 'avert the possibility possibility of of the proclamation proclamation of of of of French sovereignty there. there. According According to this newspaper Al Al fonso fonso did not succeed in obtaining any any any real real assurance on the subject. subject. RUSSIAN ARCHDUKES GATHERING GATHERING IN ITALY ITALY Genoa. Genoa. November 2. 2. Archduke Archduke Archduke Archduke Boris Boris cousin cousin ot ot ot the former former Russian emperor emperor has has arrived at San Remo. Remo. It is his his intention to remain there for for a considerable time. time. Other members of the former former Russian Russian im im im perial perial perial family have also also taken up their temporary residence residence in Italy. Italy. These include Grand Duke Duke Nicholas Nicholas Nicholalevltch Nicholalevltch Nicholalevltch and his his his brother. brother. Grand Duke Peter. Peter. OFFICERS PRANK PRANK S. S. ETHERIDGE ETHERIDGE President JNO. JNO. B. B. WHEAT WHEAT WHEAT Sec. Sec. and Trust Trust Officer H. H. 0. 0. 0. 0. REEVE Mgr. Mgr. Farm Farm Loan Loan Dept. Dept. JACK JACK J. J. SPALDING Counsel LEROY GREGORY Mgr. Mgr. CreditDepf. CreditDepf. CreditDepf. CreditDepf. TRUSTEES TRUSTEES Arnold Broyles M. M. L. L. Cannon Cannon Samuel N. N. Evins R R R T. T. Jones Charles U. U. U. U. U. U. Black Hamilton Douglas Jr. Jr. James James S. S. Floyd Floyd Mitchell C. C. King Dr. Dr. F. F. Phinizy Phinizy Calhoun Frank S. S. Etheridgc Etheridgc Robert L. L. Foreman George H. H. Lanier Lanier A. A. J. J. Evans J. J. M. M. M. B. B. Hoxsey Charles Charles B. B. Lewis Lewis W. W. W. W. J. J. Lowenstein George S. S. Lowndes John Morris Billups Phinizy Phinizy -J. -J. Hussell Porter .W. .W. .W. .W. .W. P. P. 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