OR PLACE ON THE WAYS AND ANDREW WHItE PLEADS FOR
MEANS. I LAWS t HAT WILL BAR THE
' THIEVES AND THUOS.
Washington, Jan. 10.—The Georgia * J ..T '
- . . .. | New York, Jan. II 1 - A great host of
Indorsed Wfl- accomplished European una.rlilsls
e Eleventh dls-: an( ^ criminals is shortly coming to
te new all-pow-, this.country to Join the thugs, yegg-
i committee of men ani> black' handers who already
d Thomas W. enjoy American hospitality, according
slttee on rules, *9 Andrew D. White, former presi-
i taken by the dent of Cornell' University and ex-
r Indorsements minister to Russia and Germany,
t this time. in a statement to. the press Dr.-
WlUte urges the Immediate passage
ow represents- gt ^ ^^ from the shores if the-
srs. Howard of ^jnltad States a flood of un&strables
of the Eighth. wh<(j j Je ,j ec | or g,_ i||i hasten hlthor
ret ng Monday. <00n a9 England expels them, He
rates that hah
says: /’c ,
e Oeorgla del- M ' , . '
"The assassin-and anarchist, fehom
iy- differences , , .
London plans to be well rid of soon,
subject of the . ... .... . • . - „
, have an admirable refuge In the,Urn-
aces ya\e been gmtes—p country iylih* wide open
8 8 ,aCt ,tlat to them, In which they will find moro
. | companions, sympathizers and effee-
bat Mr, Brant-1./ . ,
. live helpers than In any other.
) place. ! , . -
"Our nation affords tbem the bap*
j piest of happy.f untlng.gTOiinds.Evcnta
“J^New'T*^!f Vlos Angrles, In Chl-
"go and olhSr cities prove this.
‘This nation with Its carelessness
admitting foreign criminals, Its In
active ways of dealing with them
d Its (acuities for clearing them
guilt la becoming more and more '
for them every day.
In tiro l/nlted. States the number ,
nJUflltiyjiirlnf the year just clos
an Increase of 900 over
preceding. Only Ine Jnur-
er InM/wai given capllal punish-
iby-Jiimher qf murders In the
Hfffi States la to. the number In
gland asU4 to 0.*-,
IAL MEETINGS OF
BANKS HELD TODAY.
bbers enter bank in west
VIRGINIA AND GET ALL THE
WAYCROSS GIRLS LEAVE TELE-
PHONE EXCHANGE AT NOON.
• The Came” la the offering at Par
ker Theater tonight by the Mabel, delegation at a caucus held Mondavi
Pal go r i'ofnpaiVy it la a. One show,' morning unanimously t,......
and better than muny high priced at- Haiti O. Brantley, of the Eleventh die-;
tractions. Reserve seat-sale at the trlct, for a place on the new all-pow-,
‘ Two Wa.vcroas. Baaks. the First
National and the Exchange, will hold
annual meetings’tbis afternoon.
Dividends have been declared by
ifcoth, each paying a cash dividend of
four per cent. The stockholders to-
Waycroaa girls employed by the' |
Bell company In the exchange here |
went on a strike at noon today. Their I
strike Is for a new chief operator, j
They wired an official at Savannah:
that they were out for bn operator.'
and asked for ag answer. For nearly I
an hour no ‘'Central" could be had.
In . striking the girls lacked the |
front door, and the manager had to
enter through a window. He and
several from hla office are In the ex- 1
change pending the' arrival of help
from neifrby cities.
Wheeling, W. Va., Jan.-lO.—flic'
First National Hank of'Elm CroYf, W,
Va., near here, was entered by rob?
bers early yesterday, the! vault dyna
mited and all the money taken.
The robbers took every dollar In
cash in the bank, aald to be between
♦3,000 and 14,000. There Is no clue,
except that footprints In tbe'snow
indicate the'robbery took place early
yesterday and not Sunday.,
Rain tonight In some sections, and
warmer,'Is the only available dope on
the weather. The cold spell predic
ted for the state as a result of dla-
MR8. LAURA FARNW££l-, la ced
ON TRIAL B£f*ORE ENORMOUS
CROWDAb NDAY .
It is reported about the streets to*
turbances In the northwest, is believ- day thgt an air ship, going from north
ed to have shied off, aR'nothin* has west to south, passed over Wayoross
been heard of it. early this mornings So far no air
—. - ■■ —- — 1 ship has been reported as strayed or
$10 REWARD • lost, and It is not known w’nat caused
Over $200 In goods was stolen from the report. The information came j
my stora Wednesday t^igit. 1 will frQjp one who does not care to get j
give $5. for every $100 woefh recover intt print, but who is almost willing
& to take oath that an air ship of some ]
<L “ J. E. Dick In*. V**.. , dijsciiption passed here today.
Wiieellng. W. Va., Jan. 10.- The
. t;ial of Mrs. I,aura Farnwell opened
at 9 'o’clock yesterday morning. The
greatest interest was manifested in
the famous case, owing to the promi
nence oft he-parties. Involved, and a
big crowd surged about the court
house long bofotfe the time set for the
convening court V
charge, the first of which '
Jesup, after which they Were
a new t'rial and the case in*
Brunswick, where a mistrial
when thetease was moved to
The J&cused have certain
the confinement of two yea
Cant. Lyons shows very 11 ttl
effects Ait bhi long Jjnprii
while Afdble, though v$ry p
erwifle seems In good heal
mental strain under which tl
labored would havf unnervet
raeem as cheerful as anyybodj
under such circumstances. .«»
Owing to the prominence of t
ties connected and the wfde
ty the case has galno^nffl
j South Georgia, over 200 w
have been summoned and ar«
I tendance, besides a number of
on both sides who . hate cc
watch-the progress-of the ca
hundred and eight ment ha’
'summoned for Jury duty. C
72 have been called an4 ten
when the court adjourned tb
ill taxes due, State and County,-
lcaJ^^Shcriffs office and settle,
He by Jan. 28, or levy will be
Make No Mistake
W. Pittman. Sheriff.
TJitAWTlGAR CO„ ARE STILL
! HE CIGAR BUSINESS IN WAY-
SS ANO WILL BE FOR YEARS
COME^DEMAND THE BEST
Wfr, B. 8-"f “WAYCROSS
1.4, (LOOK FOR GOLD LET-
j The ten Jurors chosen n»r
Cole, W. T. Perry, S. W. Ha
R. pf iten, K. B. Mannj
Cniropler, J. T. Pitta, P. B.
J. B. Falrcloth and R. it. Oil
The array of counn: on hi
la an exceedingly strong on,
dlcatlona are that every poln
bearing on the esse will he I
ly-threshed out. Counsel for
eeutlon embraces the foilowl
Inent lawyers: Col. Earnest
llcltor of (he Brunswick Cll
Col. J. A. Morris of Jesup,
of the County Coml of Wa‘
.John W. Bennett of Wayer
J. H. Thomas of Baxley,
General of the Brunswick
Col. Walter F. George, Soli,
eral of the Cordele .CIrct
Pierce Smith of McRae, brol
ind Col. M.
Strause dc Bros.
The best dressed men you meet on the street
are wearing them. V
They are the best on the market today.
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h ng worth looking nt.
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,ave proved to bo to many others.
Ybu can get them at:
Solicitor t>f the City Court o
The following able and p.
lawyers will represent the
Col. John R. Cooper of M,
W. W. Bennett of Jesup; C<
Thomas of Jesup; Col. Max
Brunswick; Co. 1). M. Park-
ley and the strong local fin
$ Dennard and Crum A Jot
Beautiful colored- Pkend
for wgUt* and, skirts, 25c |
9 it Humphreys & Wlj
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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF WAYCROSS ANL- WARE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION V) v
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WAYCROSS, GA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1911
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