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Tbomas & Barton,
IN THE BALE
A Nfafl Srfafat of • Stgn i«
. Kisrk Oat
The Low Prkf at Cotton Maw fader
AfMltsn »*>«. • t* , K*v *« - ffc* -
of aNair * Wacl aM, WIN
(fa, -y ay (Maw,* and • r»im*r bv er
»: i».«i !n |tt> ml t.jr the
fair |-n<» at rattan and hard ilm». I
•*•> >ais >. < • ■». n.d«i a* he wee belt
7fa ta i»n a fato «f hi# earn ooti«a »',
Prank SWrtntPrt'i tin la 'Tamrlll*
rfunty. on* morning before daylight,
hti <*prl.. that he would add a feu
Ho ..(rot r >'U»da to the * eight of H»a
S*2r I a ili i iao a wek In th* p-»#e
Jpa»t«wi#tly. »•> t M fa (*•**•!< ■ •
Sgtruig tMe i>«an. with the raeult that
v hitn hl> little hale of cotton «ae
awv» ndod U|i« the coniieinr** toalee at
Fjuirr, CWt«t Mayer Ittake »« aei»n
,fa*.| to ae* that the fa*m llPP*d
at. the rn a* sire, and etfeueotlo*
that | lore hat *urcly something
hetrter than >att <h In the eneS-taare,
Aft tuskr mitered ihe bale unhooki 1
an.l Mr. A. I*. Long. chief of police,
ordered Will Ctardy to keep quiet an t
v atch the Inverittgallon, wlilrh only
Stated a fe«a mlaulea. when *• poun.!*
of totka, live la namfeer. »ere aepattt
ed from the cotton, the largest one
weighing 128 ;.<.onda. Mr Long, after
pausing a few minute*. ealne to the
ciynilualon that any man who would
enhance the value of film rocka from
nothin* to 4% cenla t<er pound, would
do to take along, and he accordingly
Inveeted hla man with hracelati and
escorted him to Anderaon Jail. WHS
did not ronfeaa hi# crime, but only aald
•Ita ile atrangeal thing 1 ever weed how
deni rocka got In dat Iwtle of cotton
To Cure a Cold In Ona Day
Take laxative Bramo Quinine Tablet*.
All drugglata refund the money If It
falla to cure. 25c. The genuine ha* 1,.
B. Q. on each tablet.
A sad Week.
The year had gloomily begun
For VVille* Weeka, a poor man'a
He «u baaet with bill and dun.
And be had very little
"This cash,” said he, "won't pay my
I've nothing here but one* and
A bright thought struck him. and he
"The rich Mlsa Ooldrocka I will
But when he paid hla court to her.
She Haired, but firmly »»id, “No.
"Alas!" aald he. "then I must die!
I'm "done! 11l drown. I*ll burn. 11l
They found hla glove*, and coat, and
Tho coroner upon them
popular prices—lß to SO cent*—vaude
v'l’o end scene* from “The Other
Man's Wife." '
Maine’* New Drink.
A new method of violating the Lob
r or law has come to light lu Maine.
i he law-breakers aave the egga es all
t> c shellfish found In spawn, and wheu
they have saved up a bushel or mars
they put the Smbroyo lobsters through
a cider press and make wine of them.
While the go-re»e da j* rank violation
of the statute protecting the lobsters,
if tide? not- violate the Prohibitory law,
owing to the small percentage of alco
liuMn tob*ter-egg wine.
CITY COUNCIL COULO i
GIVE NO RELIEF
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I g*kA** tea* raafaadM t* ana. I* ra*
rgnair Me O* prayer Of gdKka. tUI
to grant I fat r»*ws« was UnpaasiWe.
! tfat H nwa not legal. Ifat far Ikrae
| ysnfw, fa Pie* of tfa Wg eater pnwr
1 mmm twfaar *ny. every Wkf nf ffa
r!tp*» ismae in,lading tfa wntar
I tanta. «ae a'*di<4
Tfa patHkin waa raeatved as Infar*
aaa«w* It *na nggarant tfal tfa
,oaarllisten and tfa aaar«*r fait tkfar,
kalplsannaaa and *nnld have given n
* h. piaa hand m*m H In tfatr *>am» to
idn an ,
The CouncH ftortlng.
The sneeitng sraa cnllad to order at
ftp n, hk honor tfa mayor preal<*
. tag There saart praaant faawara
lam back Robertson and Onrretl. Mr.
R%a: Mr. Bnrratt. Meaara Lombard.
. Renteria and Darter; Meaara Longae.
Bradford and Platt There were ab
sent Maasra. Ifarter and Phlnlay.
Meaara. Howard and Caahln. The
reading of tfa minute* of tfa farmar
meet Iris sraa dlaneoaed wRh
Tba Mayor—'(Hatlotpc# fa sound).
II ba*e called you together Ist receive a
petition from a committee appointed
at a meeting of the factory ogterailyea. |
The clerk will please rend the pell-
I lion "
The member* present suggested Uwt
’they had already rand the petition In
the newspapers, bnl. on motion of Mr j
Carter. Dr. Patternon read the petition
In full. Including the communication
by Mr. Dan Kerr a* printed In The
: There sraa then read a formal opln- j
■lon by City Attorney Barrett on the
* K«»rr propoiitioQ, ih* dtjr attorney
holding thaat the Kerr Idea could not
in legally put Into effect. The opin
ion la as folios**
-Han. Patrick Wal*h. Mayor. City—
| Pear Air: In answer to your question;
a* to whether the legislature could pa*a
a taw authorising the city council of
, Augusta to Increase Ita tax rat# to.
more than one-half of one per cent Cor,
ordinary current expense*. I would say
that. In my opinion. It could not. Sec
tion TtS of the Political Code of Geor
gia nrovldea «a follow#:
" 'No municipal corporation shall levy
or collect for the ordinary current ex
pense# of aald corporation, except as.
hetelnafter provided, any «d valorem
tax upon the property within said cor
poration exceeding one-half of one j er
cent upon the value of raid property,
any charter of said corporation to the
*Thla is a general law In force
throughout the state, and the eonatl
tutlon of OeoinJa. article t. section 4.
paragraph 1, provides aa follows:
" Laws of • general nature shall
have uniform operation throughout the
atate, and no special law shall be en
acted in any case for which provision
has been made by an existing general
“It Is thus seen that any lav.- which
undertook to vary this general law for
the benefit of a municipality will be un
consltutlonal and void."
Mr. Arthur (Hover Speaks.
The committee from the mill oper
atives was present In Messrs. Arthur
Cllovor, George McQuesne and Grlgdon
Mr. Glover. In response to council's
Invitation, made a statement. As
chairman of the committee, he was
present to present the petition of the
mill operatives. I.abor in Augusta
had been forced Into idleness. The
mill men claim that they are forced to
make the reduction. As a matter of
fact—(Mr. Glover is being quoted)
they have already ground wages down
to a point when they can grind them
no further. The presidents claim
that even at the out they are paying
more wages than Carollaa mills uutl
claim that after the cat they will tv
paying (i per seat higher wafts* thaa
competitive mills are asylng The
cutting has been gala* en for years—
for years tbs mUls bars, slightly at
times, but systematically and persist
ently. bee* cutting wages—by Imp-eas
ing the tasks in the mill-and peering
for the small of years ago less
than the large tasks that are now re-
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agMilty with tfa Oet*ll*a mtn* Nam
l* (iraaitetiHe, gravy mill hama ha*
as gem kit. Tfa famine* there rafa>
their osrg mean* and tegasablaa They
ran athwd to work cheaper because
tfaf five rfadß-r Her* la Amtuatg
tfa op*«atlvs> has am tsmm to tarn
maud ta tfa mill section. The law
forbid* m to k*«p a hoc. I heard a
stockholder say this afteraoo* that fa
held atorh ta svary mill I* tfa city,
bat rather tfa* aa# tfa people suffer
fa waa *tmßg to forego hts dlvl
"I want to be )n«t aad boaaat Rut
yoa tell me yoa are my frtead. Hoar
am I to know you are my friend unless
; by your art*."
Tho /Rayor’a Motemoot.
I Oa tfa aucgaaikon of Mr. Roberta.
Mr. Walab made a state meet of the
•IMiattoa. With every dtapnetttoa In
the world to help tfa operative# and
to com* to a Just solution of the exist
ing difference, he saw no way In whleh
tfa city council could comply with tats.
"I stated to the meeting of opera
tive* yesterday afternoon that this
proposition wa* absolutely Impractica
ble. for city council to reduce th# wa
ter rent below tha present rat# of f 8 SO
per horae power. You know th# city
has entered upon a great public Im
provement and every dollar of revenue
from all source* la pledged for three
yea ra to meet thl# expenditure. How
ever much you and l and the cltlxena
may sympathise with the operatives,
who are good cltlicn* and who deserve
every possible consideration, every
member of council knows that th# city
revenue la pledged for three year# at
least to meat the expenditure Incurred
by the waterworks Improvement Not
f 1 of the entire revenue can be divert- i
ed from (hla cause. lam sincere In j
my desire to comply with the request
for aid and advice from the mill op- 1
eratlves. I called this meeting of
council to ahow my good will and ray
sympathy. I did not wlah It to he said
that at this critical time the etty cotin- j
ell rttd not wish to give the operatives
their every good will. But I told ;
them frankly that the city council
could not comply with thl* request.
1 called the meeting a* an evidence of |
my good will and as an earnest of my
"I said yesterday afternoon that eve
ry dollar the city had or could secure
for the near future was pledged. Itj
said It was not lawful to grant thisj
request. There is no other way tot
city council to provide for the water
works Improvement, except by this
water rent, among other revenues.
Any tax payer could enjoin this step
if It. were attempted.
"I tee no possible way In which the
city council can preserve the public
faith If this revenue la diverted. T
recogniie that there is a grave crisis
at hand, but it Is impossible for the
city council to comply with the prayer
of the petitioners."
Mr. Carter —"There Is not a particle
of doubt that the cotton mills of Au
gusta cannot compete with the cotton
mills of South Carolina. Th* Augusta
mllle. with their present taxes and wa
ter power charges, are at a dleadvan
! leg* as Is catnpatltlaa with dit Care-
Ulna mill*. A *lll Whlah twelve *r
fourteen year* **• Mat. sl6 a aplndle t*
build today Is aM«***d at |l6 a »pfib*)*,
while it i* warth SB. Tfa day 1* Min
ing \vh*B, under th# jreient arrange
ment*. th* Augujta tnlUa must alut
down if thay beep on bnMing tnll|* In
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as* toward the* la aywfaathy. I fawfa
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•arid that tfa rtiy smaartl caa tfa”
rv. Ofavea A gala.
Mr Olever wa* agaia Rlvea a faar
leg tt was a«w tha* fa aad* aa Ifa
“I ha** alwaya." fa aaK. "worhed
la tfa toierert of ifa etty la which I
Ile* If a man teas wo* da that fa fa
am s goad rtttww at mar rewafawaMy. j
“I aaa la daty hound to repre**at aj
panple to tfa hast of *ey afaillty. f
agaia awaak far tfafa
CentUmrn exmaa atm. hat I declare
ta yoa tha* aonte'hlag must he dowe
bow. There must awl he farther de
lay. Now fa the Haas—atow something
Bust he doaa. Already aetlna ha* beea
tak«M too lata- Tfa man who alts oa
tfa dance stool mid waits till the en
emy come* before he begins to fortify
himself. »* disarmed and tort
"Yon are telling a* that yoa caanot
do thl# to help »». P«t the elty h*»
done the Ilk*. Tfa ptxweat cMy coun
cil may not have don* It. hot th# city
has given to private rorporntlonn—to
the august* At roe* Railway company,
free right# on tfa elreeta far a tons
term of year*. ,
i want to suggest to yon what I be-
I Hgvr—it will be done some day-- !* otvt
council doesn't do H another will—fa
ta obliged to com*- th# day la coming
when tfa city must conduct Ita ow*»
clectr'c lighting plant and l«» »•«
electric railway when It will own
both and run them without oust. Glas
gow. to Scotland, doc* thla—and the
pcuuto tfarr are conymted end hapjjy
-ah«r# nro no tax burden#---there t»
happiness and contentment,
i "Don't tell me that you can t do
this which we nak you: don t tell m*
that you can’t do anything’ something
1 ran he done. If you want It done! it
1 only needs for aome roan to do It; you
! can do somethin*: something ha* to
be done; It must be done; those peopla
, murt be relieved.
"Let me tell you the situation, tear*
! a go I came here a laborer to the eot-
Iton mills. I have the necessary pspe.-a
: to establish my creditable connection
with labor In the mills, papers thst
will bear me out—and I say no man
can point to a blot on my character.
I "When 1 cime hare apoolert were
I Aald a great dest more than they arc
- pfffl now. The box been Increased
80.1-8 per cent. The •pooler spools this
lifagrr box. hut hts wage* are smaller
(Mon when he spooled the smaller box.
T"When I came here there were 55
yards to s cut. Now there ar* nearly
100 yards and wages are smaller."
Mr. Barrett Interrupted to say that
rthere was no 100-yarti* rut. Members
of Mr. Glover’s committee also said
that Mr. Glover wss 91 error. Mr. Glo
ver, however, maintained thnt the ctrs
had been Increased —that is. the task
or piece work had been enlarged up
on, while the compensation for the
task had been decreased.
"One carder.” continued Mr. Glover,
"used to strip 13 cards. Now he strips
26 cards, but his pay Is smaller.
"These people must be helped out.
I appeal to you. I want to do no one
Injustice. I say, though, that there
will be relief for them—if not today,
It will be some day.”
Mr. Roberts Interposed to say that so
far as he had been Informed that there
bad tsaea so agreement eu tbe part of
th* flilll*. avsn If «*accl| «#ul4 flkd a
way t# sut •& tb« watar rant*, t# k»v*
auto radustlen rsdound t* th# benefit
of the ntSU employes In reply Mr.
Walsh bar* Mr. Qlovsr out In tbs
(Mtcment that the aatll president* bad
s* agreefi st th* cohferenca Tuesday,
and Mr. .1. T. Pughjtf the operatives’
committee, stated 'it to the operat-
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Mr Oartar— la other word*. Mr.
; Walsh, yaw farow n t wo ptaee la which
j yoa raa eroaowlar to wwrt this re
Tfa Mayor—T Ro *ot "
Mr fawhard hoped to ae# aa ar
raage*a#at la tfa fafaro temktag to tfa
aßJuatmeat of tfa atilt n**»**ia»at*
aad railed ataatloa ta th* fart that
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tatrrvet m tfa Rrh* r-sated fa the ca
Mr Rtro. wttb all dta# roapret for
sad with a sygggwthy for
the operative#. aad with all
I dn# courtesy la their committee, moved
'that tfa prtlttou fa rerrtved a* tafor
: mat lon ffa a viva rare vote the
ayes were la tfa Hear majority and ifa
* motto# waa declared carried. There
J were one or two sons, hot there was
! do w ood vote taken.
For Whooping Cough
UR** CHENEY'S EXPEC
THANKSGIVINtI IN AUQUSTA
Haw tfa Holiday hi I ring Celebrated
How la h bring observed In Augus
At the church#* special nervier* were
held thl# morning at 11 o’clock. Borne
excellent sermon# were preached.
The Hthool* are closed and the school
children are enjoying Ihe holiday.
The freight depot*, bank* and poat
ofllre are closed today.
A number of those who like tha
aport hare gone In search of game
j with gun and god.
The bigger) event of the day In the
! way of amusement I# the football
,game at 3:30 o’clock this afternoon.
At ramp the soldiers were given a
|6ne dinner and during the day ln
i dulged In some athletic game# A
large number of the military men are
in the city.
At the Y. M. C. A. tonight a game
of basket hall will he played between
a team from the First Maryland reg
iment and a Y. M. C. A. team.
At the opera house a splendid
vaudevlllle performance wll! be put
on. The Tech team will be there In a
At the C. h. A. hall a game of in
door ball will take place at 9 o'clock
The teams that will play are:
C. L. A.: Blgnon, p.; Salvo, e.;
Emerson, 1h; Meyer. Sb.; O’Connell.
3b.: Shenhan, r. ss.; O'Mnboney, 1. ss.:
Lyon, r. f
Sacred Heart Cadets:—Field, p; K.
J. Mulherln, c.: Doyle, 2b.: C. C.
Mulhertn, 3b.; Costello, t. ea.: Sberon,
r. s».; Carrigan. rs.
Popular prices—ls to 80 cents —vaude-
ville and scenes from "The Other
Of Georgia to Meet In Paeon In
The Georgia Dairyman’s Association
will meet In Macon on December 22,
and remain In session two days.
Thla will be the fifth annual meeting
of the association, and it is expected
to make it one of the largest ever held
In the history of the association.
In addition to the meeting of the as
aaciatlen exhibits for kuttar, ch*e»*
and other dairy product* will ke had
and premiums offarad. The assacla
tion met in Macon last year and had
a large-attendance of the leading dairy
men o£ tbe state.
Popular prices—l B-to-58 cents—vaude
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TO RENT -Tw o nice tarnished room#.
I, with or without board. Apply to C.
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FOR SALE _
CREAM-CREAM AT 14 JACKSON RT.
yoR PALE- l<»-ACRE FARM, ONB
mile from city limits, a bargain. Ap
ply TV. C. Junes, No. Ul Jackeoa #t.
CHEAP -PAPER FOR WRAPpiWo
purposes 10 rents a hundred old ex
change*. White paper 1 cent a i*>unJ.
KCIt SALE —PAPER FC,R WRAP
PINO purprwe#. Cheapest In etty. une
rent a pound. Apply at Herald office.
Both while and news-paper.
, Nov I
I WILL PELL FOR »2M AN ESTAB
LISHED buslnese that will pay $73
per 1 month. Don't answer this unless
you mean business. Opportunity, care
Herald. nuv 23—24
Good humor is a good shield and
also a splendid weapon.
Woman doesn’t want to rule her
hustwmd—she only wants him well
qualified to rule her.
Some front yards are so eorrect that
ithey drive a man to sit on his back
j doorstep and admire weeds.
Respect a good enemy—he is at least
The world owes us a living, but you
know how shy debtors.
Victory belongs to the persevering,
hut the nimble get there first.
All things come round to him who
waits, but his hair gets thinner every
There Is always mud on the pave
ment when a woman has on a new
A woman always has an Idea that
she can tell one lie and then quit.
Some people economize in gas to
pay tbe oculist,
form of selfishness.
Miss Jerntgan. a very charming and
accomplished young lady of Port Roy
al is visiting at the lovely home of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dunham on Lincoln
NO BETTER 5c GIGAR ON THE MARKET.
RC. NORRELL & CO., 1 Male Dealers, 14918. B. Avenue
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eats aad frteada of tfa rhltdrrn had
BMtch gnaß afarMW give* theta by tfa
two geatietaea who addraaaed them.
Tfay advised the peieata to aa#U: tfa
teacber* fa se-inc that the children
a-tead a.tool regularly, aad #aJR they
would thea awfa guud and la«* ..tgeot
Mr lawU* H. Evan# are* at huaro
with the HUl# wag a* fa aald h* will
never get old. May ha lire to get old
>and always be oa hand when aa en
tertainmeat to given at tfa Feawtch
street school. Mr. George R lea
bard, one ml ear nxai worthy cltlxena.
and tha children's friend, tart a very
'sensible talh to the parents and friend*
lof tfa school, and urged that all as
' (tot the gooA and kind teachers, by
tending the hoy# and girl# to achool
! for edai atloa. The teacher* -Mia#
Wagnon Min W#rd!aw and Mlsa
I Campbell—eertgia'y deserve great
The following la tfa program of the
Prarcy by Rev Hunter Davidson
Song by the ik hooi -Our F.ag
Addrea* by Supt. fawton B Evana
Recitation—Hl* Mother's Song*
Thank,giving Song by the School
Recitation What I Live For —By
Addrea# by Mr George R. Ixrai
KeritatUra by Lucy Rainwater.
I Swing Song by the School.
Recitation—The Sculptor Boy—By
Addrees by the Principal.
The music for tbe occasion wa* fur
nished by the Mtoso* Puryear on pi
ano and violin- It wu* greatly en
Miss Harris was aa usual at home
! with the little ones In ibelr songs, and
is a roost admired teacher of music.
Ixing may Fenwick street school be ns
It is—to the front—and long live Ita
teacherg. Misses Wagnon, Campbell
THE HUSTERING OUT
Captain Trlppe Will Not Finish Work
Before Next Week.
Cept. Trlppe. the mustering out of
ficer for the Augusta companies In the
‘1 Second Georgia regiment. Is here and
! Is a very busy man. »
He is loking over the books of ac
| counts kept by the officers of the com
panies and will not be through udlll
' next week some time.
It is thought thnt the mustering out
will have been completed by next Wed
The soldiers were greatly disappoint
ed when they learned that another
week would be taken to muster them
The following New Yorkers are at
the Planters: William Locke. Jas. I*
HOnry, A. H. Mann, G. Decker, and
R. B. Gilbert.