Tit f'Mfi* Tint Ait •( lit Bl*»ri*
M l pftaUtg niMKN NhWi
PfNMI M The M*<*-d|
Fort d* fnxt July It.—Th* *t«*
•At# Bergm «r| b *M retag*** *«•
Havana. kn | Tt**d tad M f«ar»a
lined here, They tel? leiribt# t»l«* oi
mob A bk>»> »t •*• tboweaad
tlaimoed I# lb# tr*bt of W*#‘« • pal
•r* am tb# third lor tool W* l **
■tad* • ap***h •**•*•« them food **»
Oomag Tbit q»i*<#d ibr« for th«
tim* being. bar tb* vtoleb*# brob# Mlt
**«trr ob*a tb* of OrrnVs 4*
ftai *»• m*4r kaowm. Tb# tHaattob
m 4#a#*raf Tb* city I* ttarrlac
Tb*r# It no br»ad bT*r* bat b*r-t a .
freak srat for dfteea Hart. Ufr It
aol taf* tbtrr and uprising tad mat
•act# may orrar R tajr gaom-nt
Alt Taylor Trtrt to Take* Ml* Owo
Macon. Oa. July >*• Ab Taylor.
Ok fcuog farmer of Warrior dturiet. J
who rtabbed hit wife to death on San- j
da* Inal, au raptured at daylight y
morning. about two nil Ira from
tbr sir nr of tbr tragedy and tael**
in.lra from Macon. TayUtr bad been
trailed by a poaar all night, and wh
tracked in tbr aof: mud of a ditch to
ward a peach orchard on the plantation j
of B> n Wllhamaon. The foremost of |
tbr purturra caught sight of him lying
rrourtird under a peachtrce. Aa aoon
aa Taylor saw he «as discovered he
stabbed himself three time* over the
heart with the same knife he used In
the murder of hla wife. The weapon,
however, did not quite reach the heart,
though inflicting dangerous wounds. \
He was brought to the city and lodged j
In Jail. To The Atlanta Journal cor- ,
respondent Taylor acid he would not
have attempted hia life if he had not
thought he was gemg to be lynched. j
He had been told that a mob would
string him up as aoon as he was
Tailor belongs to a family of de
peraie men. One of them <''tnml* ed
suicide a few years ago while nursued
la a swamp by a sheriff * posse. An
other Is now serving a life term in the
penitentiary. This man does not ex
press the slightest regret at the mur
der of his wife, which was cold blood
ed and dastardly. People out In the dis
trict are determined, apd there is some
talk today of an attempted lynching to
night. but such a thing is not expec
DUBLIN GETS IT.
The Georgia Weekly Press Associa
tion Heets There Next Year.
Dublin. Ga., July 15.—Mayor Adam*
received a > telegram from Editor Hil
ton, cf llic Dispatch, <vho was at New
nan with the press boys, announcing
that the Georgia Weekly Press Asso
ciation had decided to make Dublin the
place-of meeting next year.
This Is a signal compliment to our
city. Our citizens should and will am
ply demonstrate to the pencil pushers
that their choice was a wise one. When
the time for Use gathering of the gang
has rolled around, Dublin will have
made such cdvancem-'nt beyond her
already goodly proportions and pro
gressive spirit that the brains and bril
liancy of the weekly press will be
eharmed into singing her name in
laudatory accents from one .end or the
slat? to the ether.
Del the editors c'mc. Dublin will
welcome t*utn in the warmest manner
end entertain them as only Dublin can.
WHAT FOR ? 29
An Italian Squadron to Cruise Off of
Rome, July 15.—An Italian squadron
has been ordered to cruise off the cco3t
A JUNE CLOTHING SALE!
In order. to clear out ail Summer goods Price shall bethe lever to move them, and at once. Prices quoted here tel.
bufh\lfthe L ftory S To Appreciate the great values in this sale you must see them, . . . SB.OO
$12.50 Suits Reduced to . 57.80
SIO.OO Suits Reduced to B ss.ou
$ 7.50 Suits Reduced to ,f QO« l=? T r 1 '
JLm. SY3LVBSTBR. - r ” ■*- ~
VRAMtII it at Vi.
ill\»N AWA% t«t »
We Always Have, and Always Will Lead in Real Bargain Giving
Na misleading atatemsnt*. dlaappolntmenl. exaggerated MmaaoMberaloMh.'goodi ‘Slv'jn,
study for yourselves the money saving in this great sale.
Wt bat* a email M of Hurt a raehaed * CHfurd and CWwlaied'gbw
eJ VM Kid Ur* Pbo#«, rap aad ptalb Into. Wvrth »*• aad |*.aa. 011 l
f, |f( |f
A o*a« a Okorolat* t ok>t*4, Ro*»iaa Calf I At* »b«<# «ntn low. a lla*
that aa* beta a*Ui«< lor «*• but tb* prir* from #•>* on until a»M «UI b#
Be,r in mind the customers interests are ours.. We are always on the .lookout for the best for our patrons, and our efforts are usually
crowned with good roaults. Be mindful of good advice and seek us for bargains.
RICE & O’CONNOR SHOE GO. - • STORES B *?22 B Broacfstreet, opposite Monument STORES
Army and Navy I eague
A targe number of representative wo
men met In the library pailora. yester
day afternoon at si* o'clock, to organ
ise die Ktchmoc.d County Auxiliary to
the Oeoigta Army and Navy League.
[The meeting was tailed to old. r by Mia.
C. H. Oaken, who had been appointed
vice president for Richmond county by
| Mrs. Atkinson, the state president.
Mrs. J. L. Dillon was apoplnted aer
retary, pro tern.
A nominating committee, composed
of Mrs. J. R. Lamar, chairman aid
Mrs. W. r. Eve and Mrs. Lou Stale#
| Jnrkstn. reported as follows.
I Presideni-Mis. M P- Ci.rroll.
Vice President—Mrs. W. A. Latimer.
Seeontl vice President—Mrs. Marga
Correa ponding Secretary—Mias Bella
Recording Secretary—Mrs. G. R. Ar
Trcaaurer —Mrs. Bryan Gumming.
These officers were unanimously elec
ted. and Mrs. Carr II t<>ok the chair.
Suggestions for making money were
asked for. end Mrs. Dawson moved
that arrangements la* made for an
Ice cream festival In the city hall, with
a promenade concert. Thi* was second
ed and tarried, end a geneial dlscua
ston ensued. The arrangements for t its
entertainment will be left to Mrs. Daw
non and Mr*. Rattey.
Mrs. Cohen rep. rted I 2. r '.lo sent as
a nucleus for the league by Mrs. Geo.
Howard, v ho had saved thla sunt from
the money taiaetl for the Augusta sol
diers. A vote of thanks wo* tendered
sot the genetous contribution.
The following name* of vice presi
dents from the various churches were
then read: .
The Sacred Heart—Mrs. W. A. Mui
berln and Mrs. James Daly.
Second Presbyterian —Mrs. Hal Low
rey and Mrs. George Lombard.
First BtiftUt —Mrs. James Dawson
and Mrs. A. Smith Irvine.
First Christian —Mrs. C. B. Vml
and Miss Estes.
First Presbyterian - Mrs. H- ** ■
B. and Mrs. Caswell.
St. John's—Mrs. A. B. aJckson and
Mrs. W. B. YodCg.
St. James'— Mrs. Lamback and Mrs.
It. B. Morris.
St. Patrick's—Mrs. Eattey and Mrs.
St. Paul's— Miss Mary Hall and Mrs.
A. L. Bur-veil.
The Church of the Atonement— Mrs.
Ed Platt and Mrs. Carpenter.
The Church of the Good Shepherd-
Mrs. M. 8. Walton and Mis. T. H.
Synagogue—Mrs. I. C. L vy ana Mrs.
First Lutheran—Mrs. Addison and
Mrs. Schweig rt.
Second Lutheum—Mrs. "Von Sprag.n.
Upon motion of Mrs. Eve, Mis. W.
yj X. Walker anc‘ Mts. Josh Doughty
were elected vice presidents from the
county at large. Upon motion of Mrs^
C. A. Rowland, Mrs. IT.l T . B. Frost r
Herhzihah war elected vice president
for the forming of an auxiliary In that
j [n reply to a request for Information,
Mr* C.-hen rxptalard that while « I*
ant r for the Augusta
auxiliary to attend money in
tended fur tb* llmrtla l#s««e. mon
ey an he obtained from the elate trees
urer for sky mtto of e ant am**ns the
• tree and fsmlhe* of August* wWW*
,S‘.Hr* n*A (Inn of • meeting at the
library at el* s'rlwli Hat —da y after
noon, when the vice president* from
the cbWfbro will aonolnt their sub-
I vommltteea for eyetematte wort.
The follow tog name# were enrolled
for membership yeelrtday:
Mr*. W. A. Ullmrr. Mrs Mark
Silver. Mr* A W. Anderson. Mr*. O.
Jl. llstH*. Mr. Hryan Osmeala*. Mr*,
lib-hard K. Allen. Mr*. Wm. B Lam
jgin, Mia* Oe«»rgl* Ketee. Mrs. M. U
Walton. Mi*. Wm. H. While. Mrs. A.
r». Jackson, Mre. John Wicker. Mr*.
Alfred Cuming. Mr*. Hulh Carpenter.
I Mr* Ira J. Wlllnrd. Mr*, Robert H.
Wilghl, Mr*. Tho*. Br*neh. Mra.
Louis Cohen, Ml*» Amelia Kreln, M*g.
1. c. Uvy. Mr*. Julia P Dels**, Mr*.
C. ghxlet Smith, Mr*. John K. Jack
son. Mr*. Jaojphi I-a mar, Mrs. Kd Bu«.
Mra. Margaret Dug**- Mr*. Boykin
Wright. Mia Elganor Dawson. Mr*.
Melville Trrrett. Mrs H. H Hlekmab,
Mrs. J. B Rrhwrer*. Mra. Hugh Dales.
Mrs. Bertha J M-yets. Mrs. T. S.
Haworth. Mr*. Addl*«* Welslger. Mrs.
Kate Clanton Welslger. Mrs. Rem
Ramaen, Mr*. Wm. U. Tutt. Mr*- ®-
L>s*er. Mrs. C. H Cohen. Mrs J. Wtl-
He Levy. Mrs Thos. W. Alexander.
Mts. Charles Withers. Mrs George A.
Wilcox. Mr*. Frank H Miller. Mr*. W
F Alexander. Mrs. Bishop Alexander.
Mr*. Mary Lou Phinlsy. Mlaa Kathe
rine D. Platt. Mr*. Ctra*. Platt, Mr*.
Adolphua Sett, Mr*. J. P. Mulhcrln,
Mi* W. A Mulherln. Mrs. Win.
Schwetgert. Mrs. Thomas Oolemnn,
Mr* W W. Battey. Mias Mebaws.Mrs.
Black. Mrs. CL B. Argo, Mr*. T D.
Caswell. Mr*. A. M Williams. Mrs.
George Sibley. Mrs. DeVaga Cohrm.
Mr*. Frank Ford. Mrs. Jomes Daly,
Mrs. J M. Hull. Ml*. E. B. Baxter,
Mis* Walsh, Miss Dovlne Jcvnes. Mrs.
I awton Evan*. Mrs. P. F. Campbell.
MISS Allle Eve. Mrs. B. F. Brown. Mrs.
A. F. Pendleton. Mrs. Landon Thomas,
Mr*. M K. Klnchtey, Mrs. W. W.
Alexander, Mrs. Anna Burwell. Mr*.
Willie Butt, Mrs. W. F. Eve.*Mrs. A.
J Renkl. Mrs. P. D. Horican, Mrs.
Hugh Dempsey, Mrs. Lucy H. Wrsy,
Mts. Lou Scales Jacksco, Mrs. J. L.
From Mrs. Helen Plane,
President Atlanta Chapter
Mrs. Helen Plane. president of the
Atlanta Chapter of the Daughters of
the Confederacy, sends the following
notice to Daughters of the Confederacy
and wives of veterans:
The Atlanta Chapter of the United
! Daughters of the Confederac wtlt give
!a grand reception at the Kimlinll house
* on the third day of the reunion, Friday,
j 22, from 6t09 p. m., followed by a
'cotlllbo in honor of sponsors and
j maids of honr. Cards of admission to
! the cotillion will Ire Issued to the gen
! Invitations have been extended to all
jehaj t rs cf the order; to all. the notable
women of the Confederacy; to sponsors
and maids of hmor of the depait
ments and divisions of veterans,. anil
;t depm (meats and divisions of the
.Sens of Veterans, and the sponsors and
'the maids of honor of all other cqm
imands are cordially requested to apply
| for badges of admission. The wives of
, veterans are requested to do the same,
j The following badges will be lequlr
jed of nil in attendance;
i Member* of chapter: a white ribbon
Inscribed with "Atlanta chapter” In red
Vlsltl'.'g members of the United
'Daughters of the Confederacy: a pho
tograph of the president of the chapter,
'suspended from ribbons upon which is
'inscrib'd, "Atlanta Chapter U. D. C.”
i Children of the auxiliary, n white rib
bon. upon which is "Children of the
THE A”OOUBTA HERALD'
Men's AN Potld Pot IP Poll Pbosw lb tan* bod nrnmum ••< Utt*T **'
pno4 tseateia amt fkll It t» **!•**. «*• *:«*«b4 ««H P»** tHlt b* II !•
A Bn**' All Pol 14 pall* C*tf Ur* Pb"* «»*• P l * l6 ,o,> <««etdere.i
good talar far |t,». but sold b* u* for It *#•
Men's and Boys Tt* end 1t44 Straw Hats msrked dots* to «fcr.
Alt of «*r ladle* Colored IJM»**d UPkOtford* Vkrl Kid *bd Tmt
TW bad*** wtll he dlelrlhuted fmsn
the Woman's eluh rooms. Bfth Poor of
tb* tlrwnd. from I* m II o'eloch n, m .
and * to I p. m . on Thursday and Fri
day of reunion week
Badge* will not b* given to ladles at
Ibe rityr who ar* noi member* of lb*
By order at It* pmuldent
MRP. I P. HA INK
Notice to the Daughters
of lb* Confederacy
Mre. Kve ask* Ihwt the member* of
Chapter A. Daughter* «f Ibe Confed
eracy. who expect to attend the con
vention of the Daughters to be held hr
Atlanta, ncxl week, during the tcunlon,
will tend to her. liefore Monday, for
their credential* If H«cy will mail a
postal card to Mr* W F Bvr. Monte
Bano. she will immcdlalely mall the de
Mr*. L. J. Kuhlke ha* Issued Invi
tations to the marriage of Miss Alya
Kuhlke to Mr. Harry Hassan Morris,
which will lake place on the afternoon
of Thursday, the twcnty-drat, at 12. M
o'clock, at the Flr*l Itaptlst church, the
Rev. Dr. banning Burrow* officiating.
The young couple will be «» home to
their friends at 111 Telfair street after
August the Aral.
A Marriage of Interest.
The marriage of Mis* Crowell Man
ley and Mt. Loul* Schley will be cele
brated on the morning of Tuesday. Ju
ly 2«. at St- Paul'* church, the Rev. Dr.
Chauneey <?. Wlflfam* officiating The
young couple will leave immediately for
Notice to Vice President*
of Army and Navy League.
The vice presidents of the Army ond
Navy League from the various church
rr „ rp urged to attend the meeting at
the library tomorrow, Saturday, after
noon. at six o’clock, when arrangement*
Will Ik- made for organized work.
Mr and Mrs. Will Butt are visit
ing friends In Grovetown today.
Mrs. Thomas Barrett. Jr., and Mrs.
F. H. Barrett are visiting friends In
Mrs. Anthony Silenus of Charleston
spent several days this week with her
mother, Mr*. Vasom
Miss Amne Stovall, who Is visiting
Judg- and Mrs B B. Gary In Abbe
ville, was complimented with a german
Miss Marie Bertorelli, one of Charles
ton's most fascinating «jd popular
young ladles, Is the guest of Miss Celia
McDonald cn upper Broadway.
WEST END NEWS.
Prof. E. M. Osborne has returned
from Lula. Ga., where he went to at
tend the funeral of his wife's brother,
who was killed there a few days ago
by an unknown party
Mr. W. T. Spires, of Walker street,
will return home today from Columbia
county. , .
Mis. K. A. Tharpe is quite sick at her
home on Crawford avenue.
Rev. B. E. L. Timmops of White
Pla'ins, formerly of Augusta, is in the
city for o few day I *.
Mr Pat Curley of Crawford avenue
happened to fall yom his wheel a few
days ago and hurt his hand very bad-
J The Woodlawn iijpworth League held
a very Interesting meeting last eve
ning at the home of Mrs. Ktter of Wal
ton way. The program that -as ar
ranged by the officers was well render
ed, They will meet next Thursday night
at the home of Mias Josie Bodaker.
Mrs. Stephens and children of Craw
ford avenue will leave tomorrow for
Verdery, 8. C.
Miss Belle Brows, a very pretty and
popular ynuag lady, who ha# been *le
lltng her aunt on Ptnrne# street tar
Several week*, will return to bet home
In North Carotin* tomorrow.’
Misses l*da »*d M*dle Boyd of H>rk*
street left ltd* morning to spend ass
ets! week* wltb retails## m KdgePeld.
Mias Hattie FWochm** I* quite #•■ b
at her home on Broad sired.
The program of Pt. Uhe'e Kpwnrth
t-engue tonight *lll be very Intereeling
and a large alt rude nee should turn
Mlrn llctthe It—vc* la vlslllag rela
tive* In Columbia county
Ml*# Alh-e Collier, a very pretly and
winsome young Ml. will return home
thla eftermion. nfier a very |.lca»«nt
vlett of several week* to relative* at
The T F. B. tT. will me* tonight at
the Berean Baptist rhureh. An esrel
tent program ha* l»-en errimged by Ibe
Iblr young ladle* of this *orlety. and II j
n» doubt will be very entertaining to
.• L .
Ml** Mary Wilkinson I* visiting rel
atives m Mouth Carolina.
Mr. Frank King has accepted a po
sition with Dr. Barton of the W«*t End
Mr Hightower lmr returned from
Mr. and Mr*. Brown returned from
Miss Mattie Dorn l* visiting Mr*. Mo-
Alhany at aßth.
The Yellow Kid basebnll and the \\ .
V.'s will play a game of baseball to
; Th«* children of the Woodliwn Moth
<od*lt church will hold a very entertaln
-1 ing service this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
All ttw children are cordially louvlted
to come out.
Mr*. Ergle haa returned from Who
Mr. A. H. Dim Is still quite »lrk.
Mr*. Will Irby from Texas will ar
rive Monday to spend several weeks
jwlth her parent*.
| Miss Mattie Martin of May avenue
! leaves tomorrow for Orangeburg, S. C.
Miss Anna Mason haa returned from
j South Carolina.
| Mrs, Wm. Nelson Emlyn and little
daughter, Luclle, of Jacksonville, I* la.,
are visiting Mrs. S. W. Arnold, the
mother of Mrs. Emlyn.
Mr*. Tracy B. Mothewson and Miss
Lily Rountree leave tomorrow for Tren
iton to spend the summer.
I Miss Johnson of Atlanta, who has
j been visiting Miss Mattie Lee Lo< k
' hart here, left today with Miss Lock
hart for Savannah, where they will he
j members of n house party given by
Miss Floia Doney.
| J. O. Stelins of Augusta arrived at
Ihe Pulaski last night. Savannah
J. K. Price of Augusta is In the city
stopping at the Screven.—Savannah
Mr. Clarence Cates of AugUHta Is on
a visit to relatives In Johnston.—John
Miss Essie Matthews, one of Augus-*
fa's most charming and beloved young
ladles. Is vlsltlrg relatives in Johnston.
Mis* Emma Ruth Newman Is visiting
Mis. Geo. Helntz at Biaekville, S. C.
BLOUNT BOWEN DEAD.
He Was a Well Known Citizen of
Brunswick, Ga., July 15. —Blvunt
Bowen, a well known citizen, who set-v
--ied os Inspector of customs under John
hi. Deveaux seveial years ago, died
suddenly from an apoplectic stroke. His
condition was beyond medical skill
when physicians were Called In.
The hoard of educhtlofi has elected J.
W. Grfllth of Woodvtlte, principal of
the Grammar School. The board also
adopted Miss L. A. Field's history of
the United States. Miss Field Is a
G-orgla woman and fills the chair of
English literature and history of the
Annie Scott Institute.
Word was received by the naval re
serves today that Ivteut. Greenleaf of
Port Royal had been ordered to muster
!In the naval mliltia.
mg Top* g pe*M» t lartatwti Hi#-mad du «k* PH«* •»» b# III*
Wr he«e pier op lu our *b<*» uiadon* • NK of lAdlmi* Tb* *P4 Cbaetw
let# C» lotwd Okfiwd* and Pl'ap PH#P#f*. bmp* <* **• u ** • UM* «« «
dat*. otbe** ibet will turn*. • pud I'** A»d worth from |j m<mup to B*.
Will rt*uuMb#« «mi at It » .
We ha** *lm> placed M ibi* aam* wigdow —l«w*f eld* *mMbdf W of
heeled and spring hoel Wrap PHpprf* Tib •**»*«• Uaibef agd Kid TV»
•epttiftitr iifF f»r Imh•* iM «hti dowt>l« tie PfW
«Mi mm •»*. fir. % i
ANOTHER BIG CUT IN PRICES
v ENOUGH SAID
Prices Speak For Themselves
18 pounds Granulated Sugar. Saturday only. $ I .OO
ArbuckU's Coffee, Saturday only, for 10 cents.
Sugar Cured Hams, guaranteed, 10 cents.
Best N. O. Syrup to close at 15 and 20c<iiU.
First patent Flour 65 cents sack. $5.20 barre..
Best second patent Flour 55c sack, $4.25 barrel.
Good second patent Flour 45c sack. $3.50 barrel.
Remember we hsndle everything In the line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries. Give us a call and be
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BURIAL OF COL. BOYD,
He Was One of the Most Popular Hen
in His Community.
Dahlonega, Ga., Jiffy 16—Th? funeral
of Col. M. G. Boyd ccjurred Wednes
day. It was largely attended, for Coi.
Boyd wffs very popular In this com
munity. He was a leading lawyer in
north Georgia. He served his sena
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Franklin Sq., N. Y. City
torial district twice In the general as
srmbly, and both terms of service took
a high stand in the Senate. In his
first term he was among the leaders in
the attack made on the convict lease
system. In his second term he was the
champion of the Bush bill. In both
sessions he did noble work for his sec
tion and for the sate. Col. Boyd was
48 years old at the time of his death.