THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN AND NEWS.WEDN ESDAY. APRIL 30. 1013.
35 Graduated by
School of Medicine
Closing Exercises at Atlanta College
Will Be Held To-night in the
Mortality Statistics for Year 1912
Show Improvement in Death
Rate Throughout Country.
: WASHINGTON. April JO.—Mortal!-
bv statistic*?! for 1911, made public to
day by Census Director Durand, show
4 decided improvement in the death
rate throughout the country: Seattle,
Wash., has the lowest death rate for
1911, 8.8 per 1,000. as against 10.0 per
1,000 for 1910. Memphis, Tenn.. has
the highest rale, or 21.3 per 1,000,
compared to 21.4 in 1910.
The registration area includes 20*
odd States, with a population of 69.-
276,977 persons. Of these 839,284 died
in 1911. The death rate for the total
. area for that year is 14.2 per 1,000,
the lowest ever recorded. The high
est ever recorded for the same area
was 19.8 in 1880.
Atlanta’s death rate in 1911 was
19 4. Los Angeles has a rate of 14..’>
San Francisco is apparently tolerably
healthy, for it has a death rate of
-only 16.2, while N^w Orleans, below \
lies lex el of the Mississippi River, has
s death rate of 20.4.
The death rate in Denver was 15.5;
Chicago. 14.5; St. Louis. 15.4. Albany,
20.4: New York City. 15.2; Rochester,
N. Y., 14.4: Columbus. Ohio, 14.3;
Philadelphia, 16.6; Boston. 17.1; Mil
waukee, 11.9, and Spokane, 11.6.
Thirty-five young nu n will receive
diplomas from the Atlanta School of
Medicine at graduating exercises to
night at the Atlanta Theater. Fea
tures of the program will be the val
edictory by Guy W. Williams, ( lass
history by Samuel M. Howell, claxs
poem by Gilbert M Roberts, and the
class prophecy by Napoleon R.
The graduates are Claud Douglas
Barkley, George W. Belk. Robert
Howell Bradley, Z&i nit Brantley,
Grady Lumsden Carter. Malcolm
Dexter Clayton, Ernest Ira Colvin,
Vergil <\ Daves. Id us Carl Dear! no,
Grover Cleveland Edwards. Kimsey
Elam Foster. George Willis Ham
mond. William Scott Hancock. Harry
Walter Harpster, Samuel Monroe
Howell. Stanley Milton John?. Leo
Lake Jameson. Ogee Fulton K< on,
Ralph Harley McDonald. Hugh For
rest Me Manila. Dan McLeod. George
Tracy Olmstead, Paul Jean Peniston,
Mark Pearson Pentecost, William
Harry Powell, Boyce Tucker Rainey,
R. D. Rawlins. Julius Milton Rey
nolds, William Roy Richards, Gilbert
Madison Roberts. Arturo R Ros Ran
gel. .Napoleon Roscoe Thomas, J.
Washington Thomason Alva W.
White, and Guy Watkins William. 1 -
nr BAPTIST CLASS
Attendance by Young Men In
creases From Thirty to Four
Hundred in Two Months.
Rich Baron Accused
Of Slaying a Prince
Russian Nobleman Was Shot to
Death in Park Near His Home
April 30.—Baron John Bisping. -me
<»f the wealthiest landlords of Llth-
Muanla, was arrested to-day on the
<iiarg«' of murdering Prince Lad I si a 8
Druckl Lubecki. a relative by mar
riage, whose body was found pierced
with two bullet wounds, on April 22,
in the park adjoining his residence
•it Teresin, near Warsaw.
PM nee Ladlslas was a well known
Polish nobleman and president of liu-
Automobile Club of Warsaw. He left
his house on April 22 with Barm
Bisping for the railway station.
When the prince did not return a
search was made and his body was
found in the park with his carriage
and horses standing nearby.
Will Be Married
South Cu.olina Slayer Freed by
Governor Blease Returns to
Woman in Case.
COLUMBIA. 8. C.. April 30. Gov
ernor Blease lias added to Ills long
list of pardons bv freeing Ed Green
and John L. Paige, who, eighteen
years ago, killed Ben Carson, a Spar
tanburg farmer with whose wife
Green was in love.
Green and Paige were sent lo prison
tor life. Mrs. Carson knew of the
plot to kill her husband. She was
pardoned by Governor Ansel.
Green and Paige have gone back
to the Carson farm. Tt is said that
Green and Mrs. Carson will marry
soon and that P.iig* will live with
GIVEN TO NORTHWESTERN
The young men's class of the Sec
ond Baptist Sunday school is claim
ing the Atlanta record. In two
months the membership has increased
from 30 to 400 and next Sunday it
is confidently expected the class will
number nearly 600.
As a matter of fact the "class” is
a Sunday school in itself. It t is
grown ho large and so rapidly the j
teacher, Thomas J. Day, found it I
necessary to hold meetings before |
th<* hour for the regular Sundae
school meetings. It is divided inro
smaller classes, has several learn
ers. specie 1 orchestra, glee club and
soloists from among the members.
If one of the young men wants a
new position he can usually aecur
it by going to the employment bu
reau established recently. On week
days the young men can go to tlie
two athletic fields for baseball »;
tennis, and evey Thursday night
there is a "social” smoker where thv?
young men get acquainted.
The elates started on its boom when
the membership campaign was in
augurated between the Christian and
Baptist churches. Sunday before last
(Tie attendance was 310. The last
Sunday it jumped to 400, and to-day
every member of the (.lass Is working
to swell it to 600 by next Sunday.
It won’t stop there, however, say
those'who are at the head of the
The new members are being re
cruited from those who are not mem
bers of any Sunday school, or church,
and have been somewhat la* in then
devottonals and there are so many
of these, said Mr. Day, the instructor,
that it was doubtful whether an.v
member had been taken from other
Cable Halts Wife's
Race Against Death
Woman Rushing to America From
London Learns Husband Already
School Officials in
Second Day's Session
Several Addresses Will Be Made by
Delegates to Annual Con
Bounty school officials of Georgia
crowded Taft Hall at the Auditorium-
Armory this morning for the second
day’s session of an annual conven
tion. Several addresses will be made.
The convention was opened yester
day with welcoming addresses by
Governor-elect John M. Slaton, Mayor
James G. Woodward and Superin
tendent E. C. Merry, of the Fulton
Speeches were made by M. L Brit
tain, State Superintendent of Schools,
and Professor R. H. J DeLoach, of
the State College of Agriculture.
Every One Must Learn to Use Bal
lot, Not All Can, Says New
BOSTON. April 30.—Congressman
Martin W. Littleton, of New York, in
an address here after eulogizing the
Constitution of the United States,
said the people are intelligent enough
to choose their representatives to
make good laws for them, but not
intelligent enough to make good laws
“Universal suffrage,” said he, "is
bound to fail unless every man and
woman is educated to the ut-'e of suf
frage with intelligence. This, he add
ed, could not be imparted to all.
MAY CALL LEGISLATURE
TO SETTLE FREIGHT ROW
RALEIGH. X. C. April 30.—That
Governor Craig will call the Legis
lature in extra session at once un
less the railroads make satisfactory
concessions in freight rate from Vir-
For Infant* and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
ginia cities \\u* the belief of busi
ness men before io-tiay's rate con
Tlie Governor iold representatives
of tlie roads that he would urge the
State to use all its power and re.
sources unless tile conference result
ed in definite assurances of relief.
Are You Anaemic?
CHICAGO. April 80 —The North
western University endowment fund
will be enriched by a $2,000,000 fund
of anonymous gift!-. James A Pat
ten, wealthy grain operator, was one
of the heaviest donors
BOY DYING FROM BEE STING.
SHARON, PA.. April 30. Stung by
a bumble bee a week ago, Clarence,
four-year-old son of Thomas Mont
gomery. of Fairview township, is in
a critical condition to-day and will
ATLANTIC! CITY. April 30. As his
wife was hurrying from London to
Liverpool to catch a steamer and
start a race across the Atlantic
against death, Charles C. Murphy. I
wealthy retired New York advertising
man. suet umbed to a nervous ailment"
at the Seaside House, this city.
Word of his death reached Mrs.
Murphy when she arrived at Liver
pool. She cabled that she was leav
ing for New York and asked that
tlie burial be delayed until her ar
T3ALLOR of the skin, palpitation and debility, are the
A prominent symptoms of anaemia. Perhaps this is your
trouble, and you haven’t fully realized it.
There is only one thing for you to do, and that’s to take a
good reliable medicine that will attack and expel the poisons
in your system and increase the red corpuscles now so
deficient in your blood.
Dr. Pierce’s tol mLv.^ cal
Take this medicine. Begin
today apd you will find that
the time will not be long
before you will feel the full
enjoyment of living.
Your druggist can supply
has demonstrated during
the past forty years that it
is composed of the most suc
cessful ingredients known to
the medical world that can
aid the stomach in manufac
turing rich, red, life-giving-
blood. Science has placed
its seal of approval on every
one of these ingredients.
you in liquid or tablet
or you can send 50 one-cent
stamps for a trial box.
Address Dr. Pierce’s Invalids Hotel
and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
ATLANTA TRUST CO.
Conducts a General Banking Business
Capital and Surplus .... $600,000.00
INTEREST PAID ON
Acts under authority of the law as Executor,
Administrator, Guardian, Trustee, Registrar,
Transfer Agent, Receiver and in all Trust ca
Oper modern fireproof and burglarproof
vaults, containing safety boxes for rent to indi
viduals and corporations, and compartments
for filing wills and deeds, also storage depart
ment for valuable packages in which space
may be rented for three, six, nine or twelve
The Officers and Trustees solicit your bank
ing and trust business, and cordially invite you
to call at our banking house.
W. J. Morriaon, President, Geo. S. Lowndes. Vice President,
J. Scott Todd. Jr., Secretary Bvins. Spence A- Moore, Counsel,
T. C. Trippe, Treasurer.
Henry Hlllyer, Chairmen of Board.
Jack J. Spalding
Dr. F. Phinlzy Calhoun
Jaa. S. Floyd
George S. Lowndes
W. L. Peel
W. J. Morrison
Mitchell C. King
R. L. Foreman
Wm. Hurd Hlllyer
Or. J. S. Todd
S. N. Evlne
F. S. Ethridge
Herbert L. Wiggs
RE AT MAY SALE
Table Lirfens, Bed Linens, White Goods, Embroideries and Laces
To Our Mail Order Customers
We strongly urge you to order at once if you need Linens or
White'Goods. lor while we have bought a tremendous quantity of
goods for this sale and include also our regular stock we expect
a prodigious business and quantities may not hold out.
Begins To-morrow, Thursday, May First, Involving
the Entire Stock at Extraordinary Reductions
SOME SPECIALS FOR TO-MORROW
To Hotels and Boarding Houses
We invite ocomparison upon goods and prices in our May sale
of Linens, and White Goods, believing that we are offering you
the best staple merchandise at lower prices than ever before quoted
in Atlanta. Samples for comparison cheerfully submitted.
Tabic Linens, by the Yard
The most popular and most durable Table Linens manufac
tured in the world to-day are listed here at extreme re
ductions for the May Sale. No matter how many linens
are offered you under "fancy names," you'll find noth
ing to compare with these in value at the prices.
Silver Bleach Damask
64-inch German Sliver Bleach Damask, extra heavy quality,
regular price 60e, May Sale, yard, 52c.
72-inch German Silver Bleach Damask, all pure linen. 10 de
signs, regular price tide, .May Sale, yard, 57c.
70-inch German Silver Bleach Damask, all pure linen, regu
lar price 85c, May Sale, yard, 76c.
72-inch German Silver Bleach Damask, extra heavy pure
linen, regular price $1. May Sale, yard, 89c.
72-inch German Silver Bleach Damask, choice of 10 hand
some designs, regular price $1.25, May Sale, yard, $1.
72-ineh German Silver Bleach double Damask, tlie very fin
est made, regular price $1.50, May Sale, yard, $1.25.
Full Grass Bleach Damask
70-inch Grass Bleach Irish Damask, regular 75c quality.
May Sale, yard, 69c.
72-inch full grass bleached Irish Damask, genuine Irish
goods. $1 quality. May Sale, yard. 84c.
72-inch full glass Bleach Irish Damask, extra heavy double
damask, $1.25 quality. May Sale, yard, $1.
72-inch full grass Bleach Irish Double Damask. $1.50 quali
ty, May Sale, yard, $1.25.
■72 inch full irrass Bleach Irish Double Damask, choice of
main designs. quality. May Salt-, yard, $1.69.
A special purchase of extraordinary bargains in Napkins;
also all the odd dozens from fine Table Sets; reduced es-
pecially for the May Sale. Order at once by numbers.
No. 314— 17-inch all linen, fast selvedge, full Bleach Nap
kins, regular price $1 dozen; May Sale, dozen. 88c.
No. 120—18-inch heavy all linen, full bleach Napkins, our
best $1.50 value, May Sale, dozen, $1.29.
No. 12011—18-inch Silver Bleach, all linen hemmed Napkins,
ready for use, $1.50 quality, May Sale, dozen, $1.29.
No. 388—20-inch all linen, full grass bleach Napkins, regu
lar price $2 dozen, May Sale, dozen, $1.69.
No. 133 22-inch all pure heavy damask Napkins, most re
liable article, $2.50 quality, May Sale, dozen. $2.19.
No. 47—22-inch full grass bleached Irish double damask
Napkins, $3.50 regular; May Sale, dozen, $2.89.
No. 47—24-inch full grass bleached Irish double damask
Napkins, a grand value at $4.50; May Sale, dozen, $3.59.
No. 623—25-inch extra heavy double satin damask Napkins,
our regular $6 quality: May Sale, dozen, $4.89.
We list below just a few of the wonderful values we shall
give in this May Sale. Order at once by mail or tele
phone, so you may be sure of getting all you need.
18x36 inch lluck Towels, hemmed, extra grade buck
red borders, towels sold everywhere at 10c each,
Sale price, dozen, 90c.
21x40 inch, all linen lluck Towels, hemstitched or scalloped,
regular price 35c each or $4 dozen, May Sale, each, 25c;
22x44 inch extra heavy all linen Buck* Towels, regular $5
and $6 qualities. May Sale, each. 35c; dozen, $4.
Sheets and Cases
We are making substantial reductions for this sale upon
the best known brands of Sheets and Cases upon the
market, and we also offer specials manufactured exclu
sively for the J. M. High Co., which are the equal of far
higher priced goods.
High’s Special Cases, 42x36 inch, a great quality for 15c;
May Sale, each, 12y 2 c.
45x36 Queen Pillow Cases, a good 18c quality, May Sale,
42x36 Pepperell Cases, regular 20c quality, May Sale,
45x36 Pepperell Cases, regular 22 J 5c quality, May Sale,
42x36 Mohawk Cases, regular price 221/oC, May Sale,
45x36 Mohawk Cases, regular 25c quality, May Sale, each,
42x36 Utica Cases, regular 25c quality, May Sale, each, 21c.
45x36 Utica Cases, regular 27 l-2c quality, May Sale, each, 24c.
High's Special 65c Sheets at 55c
81x90 extra grade Sheets, with deep hems, for full size beds,
regular price 65c, May Sale, each, 55c.
Pepperell Sheets at Special Prices
63x90. regular price 65c, May Sale, each, 59c.
81x90, regular price 80c, May Sale, each 69c.
90x90. regular price 90c, May Sale. each. 82c.
Mohawk Sheets at Special Prices.
63x90, regular price 70c. May Sale, each, 62c.
Slx90. regular price 85c. May Sale. each. 76c.
90x90. regular price $1. May Sale, each, 87c.
90x108. regular price $1.15, May Sale. each. 98c.
Utica Sheets at Special Prices.
81x90. regular price $1. May Sale. each. 88c.
90x90. regular price $1.15. May Sale. each. 98c.
90xl0S. regular price $1.25. Mav Sale. each.
t i n
in this safe
“High’s Special” English Longcloths
Three specials tor the May Sale manufactured in immense quan
tity in order to give our customers a money-saving price,
12 yards to the bolt.
High's "Melrose" Lonlgcloth. $1.35 per bolt. May Sale, bolt, $1.19.
High’s "Thistle" Longcloth, $1.75 per bolt, May Sale, bolt, $1.48.
High's "Princess” Longcloth, $2.00 per bolt, May Sale, bolt, $1-69.
Product of the Celebrated King Philip Mills.
“Lingerie" Nainsook, lovely lingerie finish, $2.25 quality, 36 Inches
wide, 10 yards in box, May Sale, box, $1.89.
“Family” Nainsook, 12 yards to bolt, 36 inches wide, specially
constructed for Infants wear and ladles' lingerie. $2.00 qual
ity, May Sale, bolt. $1.75.
No. 2611 — English Nainsook, 12yards to the bolt, 36 inches wide,
$2.23 quality, May Sale, bolt. $1.89.
No. 2700—English Nainsook, 12 yards to the bolt, 36 inches wide,
$2.50 quality, May Sale, bolt, $1.88.
Comfort Cloth, the well-known specialty for Infants' wear and
ladies' lingerie, 12 yards in box, $2.50 quality. Mav Sale
25c Embroideries 1
Including tinest swiss, nainsook and cambric Edgings, in-
sertings. bands, in French and eyelet designs; match sets
and odd patterns. A special purchase of'
extra tine sheer goods for trimming com
mencement dresses is a feature of this
sale. Values 25e to 40c yard
Write, or Call at the Linen Department for May Sale Catalogue