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as It Was in 1859
Billiard Table Needed on Which to
Spread Out This Old New York
Governor Brown Considers Plea
for Flanders Slayer, Whom He
Has Respited Four Times.
Ju<fg* Frank Saffold, attorney f..v
W J. MrNfiughton. the Hwainphoi ■
doctor wbn*p wmoncp tn hang for
the murder of Fml Flendr r.s, m
beeji stayed four times by <i*v* i nor
Brown, to-day petitioned tin- Fhlof
Kxecut.ive for pardon forjii mil.
"They will never try Mrs. Flanders,
who wflfs jointly I if dieted for th»
crime.” he said. *1 have tried to
convince the Governor that now is
the time to free* Or. M (Naught on."
The fourth respite, granted, ns
were the other.**, until Mrs. Klandei*
t-outd be tried, expires May 9, but
the case of Mrs. Flanders has been
continued until the June term. Gov
ernor Brown has signified >ii« deter
mination not to allow I)r. McNaugh-
ton to be hanged uhtil Mrs. FJando s
1* tried. The Governor to-day said
he would consider the facts laid be
fore him by Judge Saffold.
He just had refused a pardon to
Berry Cameron, a negro of Johnson
County, serving a; life sentence for
murder. The negro's plea was ill
healt.i. hut the Governor wrote that
that was no reason ns “all priepners
occasionally were sick and ultimate
“Th< inclination to pardon must
be curued',** he said.
FU1I .A DKLFJI I A, April • in tie
cutnents of the Wrdlnnnd Or* <*i
tat**, has been discovered prohablj
i * * of tlv* largest n* w spa jmiv It
Friends of Daniels
to Rebuild His Plant
San Francisco Gives
Bryan Big Welcome
ALUMNI MEET TO-MORROW
TO URGE SPORTS AT EMORY
The publication is' twenty-four
tg* s. w ith sheets that measure 70
100 inches and then are thirteen
lunins of news, each forty-eight
Tills gigantic paper that could only
read by spreading Jt out on a
Hi art] t- hie ua the Quadruple < on-
el la tlon, rind was issue*! fifty-four
ars ago by * /forge Robert*, o f
Spruce Street. New York, and ran
to an edition of 28,000 copies. It
Id for Ilfty cents a copy.
NOTED LAW EXPERT A SUICIDE.
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK. April
gf.-~Dtv Gruntvig. h professor in tin*
University of Copenhagen and an au
thority on European law, committed
Dooms Her Father,
Now Retracts Story
Young Daughter of Condemned Fort
Smith, Ark., Minister Confesses
FORT SMITH. ARK \pr)i 30
Bertha Capps. the 15-year-old daugh
ter of Marion Capps, u Methodist
minister condemned to die for the
death of his thr*HY children in a fire
that destroyed the <’appn home last
December is, has confessed she had
testified falsely against her father at
It wan the testimony of the girl
and that of her 13-year-old brother
that convicted Fappw. It la said the
boy has also repudiated the story he
told at his father’s trial. The con
fession is to be used in the hope of
obtaining a new trial.
Bobbies' Ransack London Head
quarters Before Crowds—Ar
rest Five Militants.
Sp* tal Cable to The Atlanta Georgian.
LONDON. April 30. Renewed ac
tivity was shown to-day by the po
lice in l heli campaign against mill*
suffragettes For the second
ih« headquarters of the Worn-
Social and Political Union in
Way were raided. The raid was
•' taciilar one, taking place at
when the streets were crowded,
police drove out the occupants
ALABAMA COAL AND IRON
BALTIMORE. April 30.—The newly
eleeted directors of the Alabama
Fora party, the new Delaware corpo
ration formed to acquire the property
of the old Alabama Consolidated Foai
<v Iron Company, will meet to-day.
It is expected steps will be taken
to elect ifficerr.
I allowed non** to enter, while de
fective* sear* tied the organization's
letter flies and desks.
Five leading member* of the union,
the Misses Farr, Lecox, Barrett anti
Lake and Mrs. Saunders, were ar-
ested on a * barge of malicious de
struction of property and taken to
th*» Bow Street police station.
The police captured evidence said
to relate to the threatened reprisals of
the militants if Mrs. Emmeline Pank-
hurat were returned to Jail.
Later the police also arrested An
nie Kenney and Mrs. “General" Flora
Drummond, two of Mrs Pankhurst’s
chief lieutenant*. *>n warrants charg
ing them with conspiracy and mali
cious destruction of property.
Two hundred police are on duty
throughout the district, In addition to
tlie guard around the headquarters
Israel Zangwlll, the famous Jewish
author, has come out as a champion
of the “cause." In a bitter attack
upon tin* government he railed Pre-
mi*’* Asquith's methods barbarous.
Wreck Suffragette Offiices.
NKWI ASTLE-ON-TYNE. ENG.,
April 30.—Militant anti-suffragettes
were in action here early to-day and
wrecked the offices occupied by the
local branch of the Women’s Social
and Political Union.
Destroy Tenni* Club.
BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND. April
30. -Suffragettes to-day destroyed tlio
courts of the Billesly Tennis Flub
near this city.
Stock Company Organized at Raleigh
to Aid Newspaper Hard-Hit
by Recent Fire.
RALEIGH. N. F, April 30.—Secre
tary of the Navy Daniels has return
ed io Washington, after arranging
for Im .i*diately rebuilding his de
stroyed News and Observer plant. The
loss wa.- 3100 000 and Insurance small.
A movement has been begun by
which -evera! hundred of Daniels'
friends raised money for construc
tion work. Each takes 3100 In stock
upon which a subscription to the pa
per will be the annual dividend. Dan
iels later may buy the stock and will
hold the majority shares. He came
into ownership of the paper on the
same plan Buying hack the stock
he gave ea**h former subscriber the
paper for ten years.
ATLANTA OFFICER HUNTS
•PORTLAND NED/ FUGITIVE
Secretary of State Views Site of
Panama Exposition and Reviews
BAN FRANCISCO, April 30.—
This city paid its respects to Secre
tary of .State William Jennings Bryan
when he arrive*! here to-day from
Sacramento. A large crowd greeted
Mr. Bryan at the depot.
A luncheon in his* honor was given
bv President Moore and other officials
of the Panama Pacific Exposition.
Later he was tak«*n on a motor trip
through Golden Gate Park and at Fort
Blaney a troop of cavalry met him
and escorted him to the *old review
grounds in Presidio, where all the
troops turned out to meet him.
Later Mr. Bryan virited the exposi
tion grounds He will return to Sac
Emory men, Interested in the move
ment to restore Intercollegiate ath
letics to the oxford school, will gath
er at the University Flub to-mor
row night to discuss the feaslbill*>
of the project.
Discussion in favor of the plan will
be led by J. E. Mathew*, 13, and
will be engaged In by members of
the Atlanta Alumni Association.
WOMAN WHO INVENTED
‘HAM AND’ SANDWICH DIES
FHIFAGO. April 30.—Mrs. Mary
Ann Ingram, said to have been the
creator of the ham and egg sandwich
and known to students at the Univer
sity of Chicago merely as "Mary
Ann,” died to-day.
She knew every athlete who was in
training and always refused to sell
pies to those who wero trying to
make the varsity teams.
High School Pupils
Made Drug Slaves
Cleveland Pharmacist* Got Boy Vic
tims to Sell It. Investigators
CLEVELAND, April 30. Hundreds
of boy'* and glrle attending the West
Technical High School and the Cen
tral High Scnool arc addicted to the
use of drugs, according to evidence
unearthed by detectives employed by
the State Board of Pharmacy.
According to one girl victim, who
stole money to buy heroin, a drug
store near one high school mokes a
practice of selling to pupils. The
druggist is said to have employed boy
victim* of the drug to *ell it.
"When these boys vaw fellow pupils
who complained *»f headaches, bad
severe colds or other ill* they advised
them to try heroin.” the investigator*
aid: "The adviser always had a *up
ply to give away. Then it was easy
to keep the one who once had used
the drug it* ‘’lave.”
SMITH TO INVITE CITY
PLANNERS TO MEET HERE
Alex W. Smith, chairman of the.
Atlanta Improvement Commission,
has been chosen delegate to the City
Planners’ Conference in Chicago May
5-6-7. He will bear an invitation from
Atlanta and the Governor asking the
city planners to select Atlanta as the
place for Inc 1914 conference.
ANDERSON. 8. F., April 30 H. T.
Gregory, of Atlanta, a post office in
spector. was here to-day in confer
ence with the District Attorney with
reference to the escape of "Portland
Ned." ;i paroled convict, from Gov
ernor Blease’s* office last week.
Gregory had not heard of the es
cape until he reached Seneca to-day.
He left Anderson this afternoon to
trail the man. Gregory landed “Port
land Ned” in the Nolan McKinley
gang some years ago. He is now
wanted on a charge of robbing a post-
DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT
NOT YET OUT OF DANGER
Speciat Cable to The Atlanta Georgian.
LONDON. April 30.—Although the
Duchess of Connaught, wife of the
Governor General of Canada, operated
on for the second time yesterday,
passed a fairly good night, physicians
admitted to-day that it would be a
week before she would be out of
King George i- making daily in
quiries after the condition of the
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OF FURNITURE. RUGS and DRAPERIES
Begins To-morrow, May 1st.
Your opportunity to
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Three More Days
Left to Join the
Xmas Saving Club
This club was opened April 21
FOR TEN DAYS. So much inter
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by young and old, that we have
extended it a few days. BUT WE
CAN’T EXTEND IT MUCH
We will be open every day this
week until 6 p. m. to receive these
deposits. We urge you to come
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