THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN.
SATTRIJAY. OCTOBER fi.
„„ C l. Dlbrell nnd Mils Mary
, "Dibrett returned yesterday from a
l* f 1 ;;“ lh «. absenre In the mountains
,lU Vmth t’arolina, nnd Mrs. Frank
$JTbura and children will follow
next week, arriving next Tucs-
^“Wednesday. En route t0 Nash-
i*u. they Stopped In Atlanta Alon-
Ji'v night Ind Tuesday, where they
d Sa the Piedmont, and were also
,’he guests of Mrs. Glascock Maya, who
,‘^i Nashville next week to vli.lt
w. cole, at Colemere. Mrs.
wUlhbum Mrs. nnd Mias Dlbrell went
The Highlands, N. C., early In the
‘ .nuner and In August the two latter
f “""’two weeks delightfully at Lake
Sway, returning to The Highlands
/or September. Mr. Washburn, who la
1 .. in Kentucky, Is expected here the
K of theweelcV—Nashville Banner.
Friends of Lieutenant Graham John
son regret sincerely that h a leave of
#bree months has been recalled on ac
count of his orders for Cuba. His reg-
fment of which he la ndjutant, sails
fmm 'Newport News, Va, next week.
His parents, Mr. nnd Mra. R. A. John-
Tho have been East since last
May, are there awaiting his arrival.
Hon. and Mrs. John D. Little will
soend several days In Macon as the
’Seus Of Mr. S. 8. Dunlap before
coming to Atlanta to take possession
of their handsome home on Peachtree
Mt«s Martha Woodward will leave
Saturday afternoon for Bartlesville,
where she will be the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. Roscoe Hearn, until Christ-
Mr. nnd Mra L. D. Watson, with the
latter's mother, Mrs. Warren H.
Campbell, have moved Into their new
home, 104 Highland avenue.
Mrs. William Dickson returned Tues
day front Europe and Is at home at
her apartments In the Ktysee, on
Mrs John W. Daniel has returned
from a visit to her parents, Rev. and
Mrs W. O. Butler, at Chtckamauga,
Miss Florlne Richardson, who has
been visiting Mrs. Julius Hardwick In
Cednrtown, will return home Monday.
Mr. Lewis Estes and family have
taken possession of a large attractive
tuhurban place In North Decatur.
Mrs. M. P. O'Connor has returned
to Nashville after visiting her parents.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Collins, In Atlanta.
Misses Ethel nnd Camille Hatch, of
New York, nre the guesta of Mrs. Har
dison Rleckley for ten days.
Miss Nannie Hood has returned to
her home at Cuthbort, aftar visiting
friends in Atlanta.
Colonel Arthur Thurman ‘Is moved
Into his new law offices at 331-320 Pru-
Mrs. W. H. Fleming, of Augusta. Is
the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. K. Ayer,
on Myrtle street.
Miss Dot' Atkinson anti Mrs. • At. <*■
Brooks, of. Madison, are visiting.friends
Mrs. George Bacot and little daugh
ter, Flora, are the guests of Mrs. John
Mr. T. H. Eliott, of Richmond, Va..
Is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Dun
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
£!^L ud * Mally
v ' '.A Gounod
Voluntary- ’Benedlctus" Buck
OfTeftory—"The Good Shepherd"....
Anthem—"Nearer My God to ’Thee^!*" 1
Miss Laura Gilbert and choir.
mu o f ,r “' w - 8 - Elkin, Jr.
The 8oul Triumphant—Sacred, canta-
. . ta . r ,o10 * chorus and organ.
1. Introduction and recitative—Bass.
2. Chorus of Departed Spirits.
*. Recitative and Song—Soprano.
4. Chorus of Souls on Earth.
*. Duet—Tenor and boss.
J. Recitative and Song—Bass.
7. Chorus of Souls on Earth.
*• Chorus of Departed Spirits.
II. Recitative and Song—Alto.
12. Chorus of Souls on Earth.
IS. Duet—Soprano and Bass.
15. Recitative and Song—Tenor.
16. Trio—Faith, Hope and Love.
17. Chorus of Departed Spirits.
Choir—Mrs. Peyton H. Todd, sopra
no; Miss Laura Gilbert, alto; Mr.
Thomas B. Davies, Tenor; Mr. John
8. Scott, bass; Mr. C. T. Wurm, cor-
nsttst; Mr. J. P. O'Donnelly, organist
and director, assisted by Mrs. W. S.
Elkin, Jr., Allas L. Van Harlingen, Mra.
5. D. Slier, sopranos; Mra. Clarence
Blosaer, Mias Martha Smith, Mra. W.
T. Perkerson, altos; Air. Marlon Rob
erts, Mr. Charles Hoke, Atr. Robert
Dairy, tenors; Mr. Edward Weriier,
Air. Edward H. Barnes, Mr. T. L. Jen
nings, Mr. Ernest Wattt, basses.
PIR8T METHODIST CHURCH.
Torchlight March Gallmard
The Lord la My Rock Woodman
Love Divine , .Schnerker
March—N uptlale Dubois
Toccata In G Dubois
Thou Wilt Keep Him In Perfect
Pesce.. .. Williams
Savior O'er Life's Troubled Deep..
Organ postlude ...Driffield
Choir—Miss Grace Lee Brown, so
prano and director; Mra. J. E. Lee,
contralto; Mr. J. L. Dole, tenor; Mr. W.
P. Hunter, bass; Allas Eda Bartholo
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH.
Organ Prelude Gullmant
Voluntary (O, Divine Redeemer)...
.. „ . .Gounod
Offertory (solo) Mrs. W. F. Russell
Organ Postlude Bach
Voluntary (Jesus, Word of God Incar
Offertory (The Radiant Mom Has
Passed Away) Woodward
Organ recital at 7 p. m.
Prelude nnd Fugue (D Minor)..Bach
"O, Snnctlsslmn" • DUX
Pilgrim's Chorus Tnnnhaueer)....
.. p.-;.- Wagner
Charles A. Sheldon. Jr„ Organist.
Continued from Opposite Pegs.
Ml»a Nona Alnrtln has returned from
visit to Mrs. Fannie Gibbs,'at Atadt-
Alr. and Mrs. Jamas Robinson nnd
Air. Hugh Robinson are In New York.
Miss Katherine Mable Is the guest
<tf Mrs. Mitchell Rogers at Alacon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Van Harlingen
are spending this week In Ohio.
Mr. nnd Atm. Phillip Esslg announce
the birth of a daughter.
Mrs. J. E. Butler Is expected home
from Europe next week,
Alisa Annette Broughton, of Madison,
Is In the city.
A WOMAN'S TRIBUTE TO WIRZ.
To the Editor of The Georgian.
I am much Interested In the success
°f the memorial to Captain Win, not
only an a Daughter of the Confederacy,
but because no braver, truer or more
gallant soldier ever wore the gray than
While quite a young girl, 1 went
Hit my am t to Anderaonvllle when
Captain Wire was commandant.
1 »aw the thousands of Federal pris
oners whose woes the North has cried
to the world, end I saw Captain Win,
who did all in his power to alleviate
their condition. If their food was In-
•ulllclent the fault was not hla. Our
o»n soldiers had no better. He was
S‘ an *. “id gentle, especially to the
, \ Physician by profession, lie
JETf!* hl * " kll > ln their behalf.
Ihi.u .*£ frequently Impossible to
, i™ 1 the proper medicines for them.
1 heard him discussing with my aunt
me nays and means whereby he might
cure delicacies for the convalescents
1 ' vcl l remember how pleased he
.l-.iLi hen my aunl *ont them such
Iv.if ?" ,hB country could provide.
t-Va. 1 . **">« we felt a peculiar syitt-
h *h 'of *11 Prisoners, as my aunt's
A. A. Lnwe, a member of the
fcl * hth Georgia regiment, was
V of war on Governor's Island,
,,'iJ " rk , A'ns! when he esme homo
trs„„ , how dlltersntly he had been
star ol, .?* "/** * lck sad almost
smr.V^f' ,hou * h food was plentiful. He
roum ^ t Tery humiliation that his foes
tai,rs put u . pon hlm ' and through ex-
u'. ot,T’? e, * d a asthma,
hi, |J}^ h h« suffered the reminder
tns'ihi 1 u 0 *!? to ,h * Htfg* overlook-
th? u "' ock " d ‘ a "d looked down on
us sm nl *’ aptaln ' v,r * aa * with
he * a ** d a ‘ ‘hem In silence
H« i ,: . p oor fellows, poor fellows!
, *h their government would
rr-iuvfla <0 , “!* ** c hsnge. Ws are over-
It l. W^n 1 . we w d ° ,he h*"t we can."
th- memorv n? .a? 1 "’ 1 ’ * nd P«rpetuate
Of J h L" man ' who. though
"„ m r ' lk " hjrth. fought In the ranks
- rvke “ nd d,,ablBd from “c-
'*,5? n inartyp to our rnupc—a
■‘•Idlrr of the South.
Our In n!} n/ "uiwhlne and wmjr.
' Ti '
Guinea. On., on Tuesday morning. The
wedding will be n very qultt one aild
no carda will be Issued.
Mr. nnd Airs. A. Smulllan announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Fannie, ta Mr. Joseph Lascar, former
ly of Pittsburg, Pa., but now of this
CARD PARTY AT BON AIR.
A pretty event was the euchre at
which the Debonair Club entertained
Friday evening at the Bon Air hotel,
only the members of the club being
Tbs first prise, a pretty b*lt. was
won by Airs. Henry Francis. The gen
tlemen's first prise wss s necktie, and
this went to Air. Granville Mullins.
The consolation prise, n box of fine
note paper, was won by Mrs. Bovard.
After the game delicious refresh.
month were served.
MR AND MRS. ASA CANDLER
GIVE BUFFET SUPPER
Friday evening at thslr home In In
man Park, Mr. and Mra. Asa Candler
received the salesmen of the Coca-
Cola Company and a large number of
visiting druggists. The occasion was
a most beautiful one, the palatial home
of Air. and Airs. Candler being bril
liantly lighted and decorated with
ousi'tltles of handsome flowers.
In the dining room, where a delirious
buffet supper was served. American
beauties were used, their rich crimson
being matched by the satin over which
the lace centerpiece was laid, nnd be
ing carried out in many details of the
Mra. Candler, the gracious hostess,
wore n handsome gown of white lace
over lavender silk.
She was assisted In the entertain'
ment of her guesta by Mra. T. J. Rip
ley and Airs. Will Owens.
Mrs. Ripley was most attractive In
a lingerie gown of soft while material
fashioned with lace, nnd Airs. Owens
wore pale blue, with high girdle of blue
The first meeting for the autumn
season of the Friday Afternoon Euchre
Club was held at the residence of Airs.
S. Einstein, *64 Washington street. Fri
day. October 5.
After the games delightful refresh
ments were served at small tables. The
club meets every Friday afternoon at
the home of some member.
The following club members were
present Friday afternoon: Mrs. 8.
Einstein, Airs. L. Peckner, Mrs. Alysr
Regensteln, Mrs. I. Strauss. Airs. Her-
bert Atarcus, Mrs. A. Hnlsman. Mrs. J.
Feibleman, Airs. Ed Elkan, Airs. Her
bert Feldhelmer, Mrs. Big Samuels. Mrs.
A. Harris, Mrs. Carl Wolfehelmer, Mra.
Jonas Loeb. Mrs. Abe Greenfield, Mra.
The following guests ware also pres
ent: Mrs. L. Kahnweller. Mrs. Joe Re-
genstrln, Mrs. E. Oberdorfsr, Mrs. J.
Bernard, Airs. L. Regensteln.
Prises were won as follows; Mret
prise (club prise), handsome bar pin,
lira. C. Wolfehelmer: consolation prise,
embroidered handkerchiefs. Mra. Alyer
F.egeneteln: guest prise, handkerchief
receiver. Air*. L. Regenstein: booby
prise, hair pin recrlvsr, Mrs Joe Re-
Thousands of Former Georgians Will Take Advan
tage of the Unusually Low Rates to Return This Week
Tickets Good On Trains Arriving in
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10,
THURSDAY, ACT. 11.
Plus 25 Cents
For the Round Trip
From all points outside Georgia and east
of the Mississippi and south of the Po
tomac and Ohio.
For the Round Trip
From all points in Louisiana, Texas, Ar
kansas, Oklahoma and Indian Territory.
Tickets Good Returning Until OGt. 20
Bv depositing tickets on arrival with the
epecial agents of the roads, Joseph Rich
ardson, in the Equitable Building, and
paying SO cents additional, the limit .will
be extended to Nov. 1.
Do Not Fail to See the Great
WHICH OPENS WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 10, AND HONS
Best Ever Held in the South.
The Agricultural Exhibits will be superb.
Largest Jersey Cattle Prizes offered in
the United States this Year.
Fine Display of Agricultural Machinery.
Will sail every day, weather permitting.
This is the most sensational act in
• the World.
Pain’s Pompeii, The M rap r “tt<&!**'‘
J. J. CONNER,
President Georgia State Agricultural Society.
ALEX W. SMITH,
President Atlanta Fair Association.
Address communications to
FRANK WELDON, Secretary,
Piedmont Park, Atlanta, Ga.
Phones: North 1553-1554. . ..
FOURTEEN LIVES ARE LOS7
AND PROPERTY DESTROYED
TO AMOUNT OF $1,000,000
Hpcclat ta The 4lmrgt.ll. _ -
New OrMana, Oct. 6.—The damage
dons by th* tornado yesterday In Sitw
Orleans will probably not exceed 125#,-
000. but It will bs total, as there were
no tornado policies. Probably 200
houses were wrecked or damaged, but
most of these consisted of cheaper
,1 'The n fieavtest loss wss sustained by
the Jefferson saw mill, being about
115,000. and by 'the Yason and Mle-
alsslppl Valley freight sheds, about
115.000 more. , .
So far twenty-one people are known
to have been more or lees injured In
the city, but none killed.
The damage ta Baton Rouge par
ishes Is estimated at lUO.SOO, where
two people were killed and two fatally
and other slightly Injured.
At Pnnrhatnula the dsmagt Is esti
mated at 110,000, where two white peo
ple ware killed and twelve Injured,
besides about twenty negroes. The
killed were: At Baton Rouge plan
tation, Airs. Theodule Foret. Mra. Sam
uel White: at Ponchatoula. George
Howes and two children.
HpecVil to The Georgian.
New Orleans, Oct. 6.—As s result of
the tornado which swept Southern
Louisiana yesterday morning fourteen
lives are reported to have been loot.
many were Injured and property was
destroyed to the value of Si.000,000. The
storm broke through the country for
about 100 miles west and north of
Reports of crops blown down ..
sugar mills demolished are coming In
from this entire section.
The worst of the tornadoes was north
of New Orleans, where between 5:10
and 7 o'cloc a. m. It devastated
portions of three parishes. New Or
leans was visited by another tornado,
and a third passed northward of Biloxi
on the gulf coast.
Another tornado struck New Orleans'
about 6 o’clock. While no llvee were
lost here, property damage reached
tloo.Ooo, and about 10 persons were
Injured, one fatally. Fully <00 build
ings were damaged, about 75 of which
were blown flat. Most of the demol
ished buildings were small negro cab
ins, and It was hare that nearly all the
Injuries occurred. The path of the
tornado through the city was about
two miles long.
The tornado here appeared at a dis
tance as a cloud sweeping along the
eurfsce of the earth. Its course wae un
dulating, some bulldlngt being skipped
entirely ae It bounded skyward. Fre
quently It demolished verandas an.l
fences on one side of the street, while
not an object on 'he other was die
to.bod. The riotal occur led <-.'-•** I
CHILD WIFE SUES
H|a-elnl to The ftcorglsn.
Charleston, 8. C„ Oct. t.—Pearl C.
Meassrvy, the girl Wife of John K.
Mrassrvy, a minor, filed suit here yes
terday against his parents for 521,000,
alleging that the defendants had en
ticed her husband sway fmm her on
the bridal tour at Savannah, In Sep
tember, and had since detained him
front living with her.
John E. Meeeervy married Pearl C.
Dean, a pretty Charleaton girl, some
weeks ago, and went ta fiavananh on
the honeymoon. Thera the young
couple ware arrested, but later released,
as they showed that they were mar
ried. The parents of th* young man,
ft Is charged, got him away from the
girl and have kept him away, hence
the suit. The young man Is about 10
years old. The girl Is younger. Both
are Of Charleston.
WITH 7 MONTHS TO SERVE
IN GEQRGIA, MAN ESCAPES
IOGET 20 YEARS IN FLORIDA
minutes In crossing .the city and hun
dreds of persons who saw and heard ,t
approaching had tlric to run out of it.<
pathwny. on# exciting race of this
sort tens made by a t'arondelet street
ear. which was loaded with pesstngei
Henry Daniel, colored, probably re
grets now that he escaped from the
In 1100 Henry was sent up from
Fulton county on two burglary counts
—one for two and the other for-thre*
years. He went to a camp at Albany,
and In January. loot, finding his con
finement Irksome, Henry took French
He hiked to Tampa, Fla., where the
}“ ,m y climate and freedom begot car
leiyi habits ta Henry once more. I
soon found himself ta the tolls of t
taw charged with annexing sunipbix
rises possessions In a burglarlo
Florida Isn't stuck on that style
annexation, and Henry got a semen
of twenty years. The pathetic part
It—to Henry—Is the Toct that he hi
only seven more months In Georaia h
tween himself and honorable freed,,
TEACHERS AND PUPILS GIVE SKIN
TO SAVE LIFE OF BURNED BOY
tshpemtng, Mich., Oct. t.~On the Iasi
day of August the llttlw son of E. R.
Whipple set fire to his clothing and
wak badly burned. 'As time passed the
physicians became satlafled the only
way to eave the boy's life was to have
skin grafted over the portion of body
so badly Injured. Almost one-half of
the child's fiesh. from the thighs to the
neck, was rntlrel) capered.
It was announced ta the schools that
the little boy would die If new skin
was not procured. The sunerlnundcnt.
sums of the teachers and fortv or fiflt I
of the pupil* volunteered to aid ta t
operation l>y allowing the removal
skin tram their bodies.
YOl'XIJ MI’.K'H tillllKTIAN AvroriA
THIN—t'ntner I’rytir etre-t ami Antm11,
metmp. At t n'cks*. i.nil.lln t 17. 0-1 :
oVpiek. mask Ity nssoctsilea svrkrete:: at
5 o'rktii. [fifth. ehlM. Ilrv. t\ 4, rtfiver.
tearlier; n'chtek. RrsvHlesI totn f.r
men; 0 nVIurk. bolhtais cl.wted. All mori
arc tsrlted to attend these sefrke- Tbs
trading rmaii U omai to the lot;.:! , .-*•
.•cut during the 3-X) settle.