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3 7 V- PV M iTy Interest compounded allowed in our SAVIN OS DEPARTMENT On and Alter January 1 st 10O7. W. F. MANHY Vtos-PrssJdMt f. M. CMY A l sml CwM T FOUR RECENTLY PROMOTED BANKERS I JOSf IH A M t ORl \ire President Thirl National Bank. W F MANRT Vlc President Neal Bai k AS the result of tle annual election r o ntly held b the Atlanta banks two or the rit\ a financial Institutions ha\e each promoted two of the best known and most popular or Atlanta t fcank.iig officials The Third National bank elected Joseph A McCord l e president and Ii his I place as cashier ohose Thflmas E. Frwln I who is eminently fitted for this position THOMAS C ER\VIN Cashier Th rd National Bank I ON THE WATER WAGON WIFE MADE HIM RIDE Is-pt HF name of J T Stinson of 5 I I Milliard street was ailed from I the polite dotket v eiterdav fti ornlng and as he emerged fron the malting room th first thing his eve it upon wa his wire who had him Lrreated I The prisoner shook 1 is 1 ead from side to side vtgoroislv a mite gea lure to his wife n t t te tlfv against him I The. recorder did not see the 1 ttle Ibv plav and it had no effe t on tie Iwlft for she did not hesitate 10 tell why she had had her better half pinched IT My husband has been coming home Idrunk she stated to the recor ler I and h has made m life a IT i erv CSot that he h beat me or a tl ng Illk that but he has Just teased and lunnoyed and abused me so that I had to call in the police to help n e get Irtd of him I "Now d ar exclaimed the prisoner luddressing hl complaining wife now l Mr dont be too hard on me You know that I treat 501 well when I lain t drinking- You know and I know Itnat I Just cant take one drink with lout getting drunk I have found tl at ut and if you will Just beg the juice Ito let ro off thin time I will take n ironclad oath never to tak another Hrlnk Vow h lp our old man just I this time dear I "What do yo'u want me to do w th your husband the recorder a ked I Mrs Stinson I He Got On W r Wagon Well Judge replied the win an I Dante The literary aud artistic in terest centering m Dante finds welcome explosion in the bronze and inaible studies m hu h famous sculptor ha\ e pi-esen ed the likeness of the- great Florentine. A numbei ot these studies aie to be found in our Ait Rooms Medallions busts bas-reliefs in various sizes ohoiee and appropriate ornaments for hbran and desk We cordiallv invite vou to inspect these and the other treasures of our Statuary Section. Maier Berkele Photo b M Trarv H C ALFB C\LD\\FI I Cashier Neal Bank lav ng 'or a number of v ears acted as a utant cathler tt F Mai r well known af cashier of the Neal bank wa elected vice pres Ident and o fill his plate H Cobb Caldwell assistant cashier was made cajhier Mr Caldweli is thoroughlv acquainted TV th the d itles if his n w po ltion having for a lorxg term been In close touch with this department don t want u m hurt if he -will swear not to drink again It in true that he treats me ai d the children all right when le is sober It t onl the liquor that n ake- tim n ean I m ready to take the oath judge said stlnson Thet 1 old p voir right hand the recoi ler ti Id t 1m St n ot jabbel I s r ght han 1 a high as Ie i ul 1 rea Say after ne nstr el the re order I o emnlv swear I soleranlj 'wear repeated Uiison Never to touch another drop of wii e wh k\ or beer Never to ton h another drop of wine w hiskj or beer In Atlanta 1 didn t aj In \tlanta orrected tie letorder the oath miiM hold good ai where v ma be Then I swear off for anywhere I ma\ be 'tated the prisoner 1 h recorder dl&mlssed the case and Stin on left the co irtroom with a smile ipon h o face and hl wife leaning heavil an 1 affect onatelv upon his arm DEMOCRACY IS EVERYBODY So Premier C7exn nceau Sharply Tells the Socialists I Part Januar\ 22 In the chamber rAe terda\ tie government waj interpeJ latetf in so iallst deputies in rtnard to tie laioor tuation and the Question of i tl f proposed i enion t ration on Sunday The preni er M Olemenoeau in repljing said iat c -ij oil respected the law of week 'ri h\ allowing the citiiens t x alk an 1 H raceat l\ Directly adlre xg tn all t hp said Tie.icmv-a no JXKJ Itise\ery \-nil he.- n chamber the gov- eri ment a xiipported b a \ot o' to 59 Advance m Writing Paper H I oke Ma Januarv 22 \n in 'ea e i pr r all graJes of flne writing pape a i unting approximately to 18 per cen oon be made according to an announcement b on of tb iarge writ ng paper manufacturing companies in tie co-intrj Th neir p per grade o' paper will not to affected bv the Increase Boy Waives Extradition Bights Boston Januar 22 Waiving Ms ex trad ton rights James H Wilkea 7 x ear of age w 11 return tomorrow to Dallas Tex where he is wanted on a charge of Jarcen of S2.000 from the WeUs-Fargo Express Company- Wilkes was arrested here everaa days ago. Special Officer Dodge of the express com- panv who followed the boy to St Louis arrived here today Steamer High On the Socks. Havana January 22 The British steamer Arcola which grounded on the rocks clo e to Moro castle shortly after mMnight while trying to enter thW harbor -la in no Immediate danger The se has gone down but tb vessel U fclia OB ttw rocka. r- -S1 4 f J& L t j jfff a JlSlJl K-- -n--i MRS STAMPER FREJJB AFTER MURDER M3ta WtLLTB STAMPER Who Was Acquitted Yesterday After a Trial for Murder of John Jury Reached a "Not Guilty" After Beinf Out One D Hour COLONEL JOHN DQHN mm PROSECUTION Mn Stamper "Was Charged with the Murder of Bailiff John Dodgen His Dead Body Being Found On Back Porch off Her HJous After being out a short while not more tl an an hour the jury \egterdaj af ernoon brought Ji a verdict of not guilty In the case1 of Mrs T\ illie Stamp er who was charged with killing Bailiff John Dodgen Mrs Stamper shot Dodgen tnrough a door at her house 530 I 2 Marietta street on Sunda December 18 The o ad bod of Dodgen wag found crti the back porch of the house the nex morning The testlmon an 1 argument i the case waa concluded late \ester da afternoon and the case went to the jurj at 5 o clock the Jurors ha jng been Instructed bv Judge Roan to sea the \erdict and reiider It at the opening of court thia morning \ttorne s John Moore and Branch represented the defendan and attempted o pro\e that the act was one of Ir \ol ntarv manslaughter with lawf 1 commission Mrs Stamper at the beginning of the hearing admitting that it was she who fired the shot tha took the life of the joung man This admission was made b Mr Moore when the state culled Dr John Hurt to the stand for te tlmon in re gard to i he cause of the death o Mr Dodgen and the nature of the wounds Dr Hurt was called from the tand without making i statement Ml three of the nmates of the house at the time of the deed were brought as leading witnesses for the defense along with others while Colonel John Dodgen the father of the deceased was the main wltnea for the prosecution he assisting Solicitor Hill with the state s tide of the ca e The fact that blood was una In the rooms of the house was stlfied to b several witnesses red stain on a bed and on the floor ap vearlng to lead to the door outside of which Mr Dodgen was found dead In the morning Colonel Dodgen averred further that some matter re embling a particle of a man s bra n was found on the floor inside the house It was also stated that the charrd r ma.tn of a rag which looked as If It had been saturated with blood was se n In the stove It wai brought out by Attorney M0or that Mrs Stamper was defending herself when she fired the revolver the fact that the house was m the neighborhood of a negro restaurant said to be vmited b\ toughs being stated bv wa\ o' emphasis Shot Through the Door On the stand Mrs Sta.mpe averred that he was In her house abon I o clock in the mornlnc and on hearing some one knock at the door Inquired who It was No direct answer wss given she said b t the party kicked on the door and in formed her that if she did not open the door would be broken down She replied a cording to her testimonv tha he would shoot if the pounding on the door did not cease and at a continuation of it she fired through tbe auger hole In the door and heard some one run down the steps. A negro girl wpa her Informant concerning the dead man on the porcht the girl coming earlv the next morn ing tn the capacity of a cook She also said that she and Dodg en had been friends fo some time J G Dodgen introduced a nick as eti dence It havtnc marked- on it the height of the deceased and the distance of the biJlet hole in the door was from tne floor The hole In the door was 5 feet and 2S Inehe from the porch and that It was too tow to correayoiKJ with tie wound m the mans head. BO he testified. Mr Dodc n alto stated that by measure ment had hi ton been landing off the door H1 the bullet would hare gone over hit head. He also aver-ed that the body of his on wa placed upright against the door with hla bade toward it ana his heelron tht" 4U. iBvtlnen s pencil thrust through the bullet hole would not strike the wound Mrs Stamper stated that she haa sum- moried Mr Jordan to her hou e for protection. and when placed on the stand he said that he as in another room heard the conrergation and two shots one louder than the other but could not reach the door In time to witness the act The te ti-noi of Addle Oo s ana B i le Oarev was practically similar both stating fiat the were In roorfis of the house and heard th shots etc but did not see the "hooting Policeman Shaw testified that he was In the house about 10 3O o clock Saturdaj night and that while seeming enjojlng themselves none of the persons there aj eared to be Intoxicated 'I saw joung Driven there a night or two before said tl officer and he was giving her medicine. I left nn beat at ten minutes after midnight and uj to that time I had heard no shots Tt was urther stated that Mrs Stamp er wa visibly excited after the shoot Ing\Tr Sanderson the police matron stated that he visited the house on the morning- the bodj was found and that the blood on the bed oonlfl ha\e come there from other IOLCCJW than Dodgen B wound This ihe offered a opinion hav Ing served twenty fl\e jears as a trained nurse she said The e\Idence was In at 3 o clock and Mr Hill opened the aVlmment for the state Mr Branch following htm then Mr Moore B speech and solicitor Hill conclusion GEORGIA COURT OF APPEALS. Judgments Rendered AFTIRMBD Maddox et al v Central of Georgia Rallwaj Companv from citv court of Atlanta before Judge Reid C D MaddOT for plaintiff In error Lamar Rucker contra. Cuesta Goldsmith from ity court of Atlanta Judge Reid John U Hopkins Sons for plaintiff in error We t moreland Bros Goodwin Mailman contra tdalia Compres and Power Company v Sfathews from Toombs superior court Judge Rawllngo TN M I ewis for plaintiff In e ror Jones Sparks IHne Jordan contra REVERSED Fvan Pervnlngton v Nail et al from citj court of Baxlej Judge Thomas W W Bennett for plaintiff in error V E Padgett contra Under v Renfroe from J-ohnion su perior court Judge Raw ling E L. Stephens for plaintiff in error No ap pearance contra Leffler Co v Dickerson from city court of Reidsvllle Judge Morgan H C. Beasle\ for plaintiffs in error No ap pearance contra Vaderbilt To Send Olee Club Macon Ga Januarv 22 Special U chapel exerc e of Mer er uni\ergit thii morning the students were called together for the consideration af a propo lion made b the \anderbilt Glee Club. This aggregation of \oung m "n proposes o come to" Macon jnder the auspices oj Mercer universitj and the amount de iie-i troai the recital abo e expenses will be gi\rn to Mercer All arrangements suck as advertising and securing a hall will be made b Mercer This famous club proposes to come to Macon on Feb ruary 8 if the proposition Is met b Mer cer Ma\or Brfeze Smith has been con suited and the students of Mercer have b en assured tha either the Grand opera liou e or thi rlt hall can be had on the date mentior-d Tnt club consists of abut tnlrtv rrembe-s and has a wide reputation a a highly entertaining band of college men Mercer will lend all ef forts to secure the glee club French Autos Are Popular Paris January 22 The French automobile industry during th past year has continued to make remarkable stride The statistics of exporta ion which ha\e jim 'be-ome available STOW that the export at on of French macnlnea dnring the first nine months of \9C9 exceeded those for the corresponding period of last year by S3 61 000 francs the Utal exportation amounting to 128.461,000 francs against an Importation f foreign cars t only 7 ISO 000 Strong Food with longer staying power than meat Grape-Nuts 'There Reason' -r" 7 iV rC f .i &J 'jegSS&ZS&SSfR. &rs h 'Sswk .j v- Pharmacy Special Sale for Wednesday Tolu Rock and Rye for Coughs and Colds. Made of Pure Rye Whiskey White Crystal Rock Candy ancTBalsam v White Crystal Bock Candy package 5c sufficient to add to one quart whiskey. Chemically Pure Glycerine large bottle lOc sufficient to add to one quart whiskey. jFooc/ Flavoring Extract Lemon 1-4 pints 2 5C Vanilla 1-4 pints 40c Pure Phosphate Soda pound 15c Powers Weigh tm an' s Cream of Tartar lb. 35c Choice of Any of the Following Plasters or Makes Johnson Johnson's Seabury Johnsons or Bauer Black's /Oc Belladonna Belladonna and Capsicum Poor Man's Strengthening Burgundy Pitch Capsicum Reform Alcohol Stove Burns the Vapor Regular price 75c Special sale price 39c Wood Alcohol pint I5c quart 25c gallon 85c Hind's Honey and Almond Cream 50c size at 29c Lambert's Listerine $1.00 size 59c Jlfo Goods Charged at These Prices Jacobs' Pharmacy r ps i 4 J RUSSIA EQUALS UNITED STATES In Matter of Women and Child Wige Earners Says Pro Devine ew York January 22 The United States government was declared on a par with the Russian government In fail Ins to legislate for the protection of worn en and child wage earners at a mats meeting held last night in Carnegie ly- ceum under the auspices various charitable labor and sociological bodies One of the speakers naid that In comparison with Great Britain the United States now stood In the devilonment of its child la bor laws where Great Britain stood in 1844 Another ch rge wa that Instead of advancing in such legislation the countrv has been steadily retrograding for the pa t -leven years A resolution was adopted by the meeting calling upon congre 8 to appropriate (300000 to defrav the expense of a thorough tnvestigatfon of U women and child labor In the United States The meeting was presided over by H T Devtne of Columbia university He cm tclied President Roosevelt for declaring In one of hU messages to eongreii thtt It is practically Impossible for the federal government to legislate so as to Improve the conditions complained of CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. lie Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tb Signature of HAJED PBIUTEBS AEE TO OO Eo Saye Public Printer Stilling in an Order Washington January 22 Public Print er StiUlngs has Issued a general order In which tws says tbe days of hand compo sition are fast coming to a close The order wus issued to call attention to the government printing office s night school in Instruction on typesetting roachtaes. The school h4d Its rst session last night The instruction will be free but no pay ri\rn for the TorW accomplished In the event of reductioni In tbe tore of Drinters the puMV Pinter sa s those who can operate the machines will be Cl\en preference. Wirtles Station oa SUM Tower Paris Januarj 22-The EUBsl tower ne of the mar els of the Paris Mposl- wiH toeTome a permanent Institu tion a a rSuU of the decision of the goVemment to use. It as part f tbe army wireless telegraph system Dispute Orer JUnehuyUa Trade. Mukden. January 22. The vice ejecr tary of Mukden and tfc torswn consols have been unable to reach an treement on tbe opening ot Mukden to 'o" trade. Tbe -dispute involves the commercial control M h li Immedltte settlement is aninteiy Volcano la Eruptloii. "Xoklo sJnvsrj Zt Sews has T ch d bet that the- volcano of Aama Tana Wt UlamJ of Hopdp. baa b en In active eruption slnce-lMt May Be Us Enlivening Us Birdsonjr Butler Cas& B. H Hall and Hr Joseph Mlzzell On Trial Charged with Poisoning of the letter's Hue- band at Waynesboro Mis \Va nMboro Miss Januar 22 A murder trial which promises to enliven popular interest as much as th Birdsong But ler case 1s In progress here R H Hall and Mrs Joseph Mlzzell are on trial for the alleged poisoning of the latter s hus band It Is claimed by the prosecution that Hall and the woman conspired to kill Mluell and evidence has been Intro duced to show that Hall purchased quan titles of strychnine from a druggist Th druggist however failed to Identify Hall as the purchaser Much difference of opinion exists among physicians as to the real cause of Mixzell s death. NBOBOE6 ENGAGE IN BED RIOT Trouble- Caused by One of Soldiers Roosevelt Discharged. Lawton Okla Januarj 22 A negro riot created by la.ne Dlxon colored re puted tn be a discharged negro soldier from the Twenty fifth Infantry at Fort Reno last night resulted In the death of at Marshall colored the wounding of Dlxon and several other negroes and tlie arrest of fifty other negroes Mai-hall Fowler of the gambling re sort where the negroes had congregatm and lxon engaged m a quarrel over a game of dice. Their fight drew others on and a pitched battle revolted The fight was desperate that all ef the officer of Lawton were called on to put a stop to It-and make the arrests. UQAR A HEALTHFUL AND DAINTY DCSSERT VANIUAl J lc Crsarn la lerea obrates. Reanrjabls or tatootbaeu pus sJUeam atxi pcrtt ACETYLENE GAS TANK EXPLODED And Government Official Probably fatally In jured. Mobile Ala January 22 8p claU About I 30 o clock this afternoon at pier 3 Choctaw Point vard of Ihe Me/le Jackson and Kansas City rajlroad George F Batchelder aged 60 years s government official was probably fatally l-njured Mr Batchelder was experimenting with an icetylene gas tank. when it exploded breaking both legs In two places Injuring him about the head and other parts of the body. Ex-Governor Higgins Vary HI. Buffalo X T. January 22 Former Governor Higgins Is critically III. He ma live for a few days Trunk and Bag Co I. Turner 7 WITEHUL Having a.b nk accotmt is a good start foe a yoong person toward learning foulness ways and acquiring business nabns. We especially invite the yotmg people to start their accotmt with as. Trust Company of Georgia EwdtaM mvMtoi. Capital Surplus ndPrtfit S650.000.00. 8I I 40k Inte est SAVINQS 1.1,1807. THE NEAL SANK L H. THoaTO H.o. CALDW&LL. c.M 8DttY. 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Manry. eal I Ide-nt.llnd I' I i wlth dutlf's n"w pooltlon j hf I lim alld I. 0'11) make-s me-an" "I'm "P r tllld him Stin'on 1118 rght han.1 11" 'uuld Ii I Sa nstTlwtf'li r "I so swear"I "wear- e" r wlnf' whsky e\'er tOllch "I sa .n you may I I rl oner The re I his hE'avily and arr"ctionatt.ly i C1emeu a1.f I 22-1'1 'f'.tf'roa glw ernm nt .u lat d by Ifcja1i t Tt &rd j I th. deman.tru1 n r'nomi..r. I C'lem"n au. Iha t op only rl"FJE' "tf'd wt'E'kJy rp a tn walk and -f'S p. aceably 'a 1reso'ng tnp 50 'il1l1..to. "TJt' ll..m'ra-y' to not It Is e"ery- ho I erJlment "ao by vote o 444 I 1 1I..I\'ok. olaF" 22--\n in- "I pn'o' .t ralP'I amounti Nlnt. 1-1 on. th@ writing pa r The n p. r o be b In e Bo January 22.-Wah-lne tradUon H 't'a 'ill DaJl .u a cl 1 i Jl cb. I 22-The i Il"O 'ks m i1ight th I tat. baa' De t 1a'1 P ro b. 7' 7Y8M.rp1jtFljfHJl MURDERt li41. t -r f t t 4 f t 1/ 1 t e t t t e t t. 1 t t t 1 t i 1 t t f t 1 1 t t t Ii 1 t III t t t t t t 1 IWlILLIESTAMPER. t 1 t. t en. I a a Ju ing hllE' than aftE'moon ca Willie- r Bai rr 1-2 Sunday. Decemo r d"adbodr rch and 'n 8 t haying seal r der thi mornln -\ttornen Ir- \'ol1jntar lawfnl by tntlmon r.- of'the of th Colon l case a rlni' fr. f'r man's brain on i remaina n -her8flf 'ay .u herhouBe dlre "t WI bt in- to ahe doe r Irl mornlne k. en f dl.tatl 'e ho 2 u COrrell nd Dodcen measure- hi. 11111 to Me1i D J taUJ P1l dl UIty h J" li''T 'l j h UI1 t- OI t k I Irll. OOwte 11'811 I te8tJm n Gos and' B1Ia- sle they thp et. shootl 10:30 r80nl' af"f'arE'd I I medicin m be. at. I stat that was the. IItl.t d ahe bod I I 10\"C I U oplnlon.hav- I tw-entyftve I I at. O'o k tt ment I fol wlna. Ir. HIlI'a I I v Com ll.ny I' city -I. weill-I on- v. our E'rror Jon 1I i-I Pennl on It IIU- RawlinCII clt Bf'a IE'Y a I 22-SpE' lal.- E'xerci.e Ier"er r propoll- by- m..n 10 roID rE"C1 tal a Ovf' f by by Btf zel an. be.en oP'f'ra "ou'se mem s &g ef. 22.-The the partatcn nlne'mOJtbl th 33.84J 1'ranes. .ffore of 7.150.00J. Ion .u i t t j bi t iii iif' E'- 1 SpecialSa'ef r .Wedn l atl f r C Jign geof PureRye Whiskey"White Cr stal Rlck'Candy nd ii1 m T 1 o u. .J' I J f I i' 7' c 'l""J. sl ficient quartwhis- Pure Ext act 25c V 1 4 Weightman's Black s' Ian 8 \V ood 85 Lister ne I -ew 22.-The ar at' ao t'hat co parl.on 'Great la. I cb.rlfe I retr trr&dlnl' put I call1l1o sU I I erlt- hi th U Childr The the H..AI1 I I 22.-Publlc .111 h 'the ch l tint n t. pu.\ 1a'S pree nce. one marvela t1 n. beCome &II result of J teIe aPb 22.-TM ecnw tile 'ba.vebeenuna.ble wt o foretcn T e Who or 'Yanchurl2 AD 'WifE IS CHARGlD WITH POISONING Ca I s. II K I i W ynwb ro 22- mur-I popu- the Blrdsong-But- 1)O nlnc I k1llMluel1. I The I I phy 1clanl rd I c'harged. 22-A rIot. re- T'lil'enty-fl1th Nat re- 1 In .1 .0. del rate at t It 4 IfRIG' DEUCIOUS 11i18111ft. 511 'H.I L1'i1fi.U- D ID'Y SP-Rr' llJA ciCrna'b m'l -ft .r. t t A s- TANK-EXPLOl t- 0 j J 6 I 2 .4Sp P-f' afternoon..a.t Pol t 'am..or 1 e Ji. I. i eO'Jean t l1r wa "e P Tl m ntlng etylenepl break ric' bothle61 tl e h I I Y. 22.-Former Hii'-Jn. s S'uit Cases. St.oo I to 528.00 I H. W. Rountree w. Z. M r. I 11 H1\-vt jIbtnk 'V' g 06 f pet tiUs uswa.fs' acq ItfnK .ksfn e edaJ y r thdt.aecunt CDmp nDfG ofga Ca tal urplU .c' .jo q ucl .O o.oo. I SAV I 11 S D r1VIEF'1 1. -I-I Pr.idst H. C. As.t 7 I I f J It I i. 0 rr Nt. ai I S I I r f I. e V A I th II i (1It 'e' e S ONTHE I 3. the t dc too te teatify effeit h d dear. O another1 rink. your 'i h t- .Sia by I 4 S having try. was 'a li wean. recorder reach. re- 5Oi&nflly .l liti Ii Sort. wine. .l say anywhere Th Stineon his Cexneutceai socialist ttlie he ttilv I itody. ii i 'resse ri ito' all by per ne-weps- rears will I close sea tb's- 7W 1 I I qllr r f S iWtLLL S louse. 'er -2 i 6. daad body day afternoonattd w 5 stifled by appearing seen she mornit re- wa J. th hl ieei. on ilWszl4 then 't. I B.s morie. j testimony Goes 1 ti.t excite-S-after be A v. v. 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