The Latest Styles—Most Popu
Stetson’s and other famous
McCreary & Co.
“Home of Good Clothes'*
Mayor Says Won't Strictly
Enforce the 1 A. M. Law
But Mr. Mitchel Doesn't Mean
to Open Up the City.
New York— Mayor Mltrhel today re
lifted leare nr llroartwajr reetaiM-nuter*
mid laiiK" devotee* who have been *x
iri ved over the recent closing of the
rule* t 1 o'clock by ftie etntenient that
Ik i illil not Intend etrletly to enrorc*
Hr 111 Itr law "I don’t mean to open
up Ibe city and let the n-M/iiintnta run
wild,'' said the mayor. "Hut on the
other hand. I certainly don't intend 10
drive the people nut of the reetautwnta
at 1 o’clock.
"I am afraid that certain peranna mia
underetand whit I aald previous to elec
tion Thoae person* who think that a
jprotnl** of iierai'iml liberty nieana an
I'Pliortlllilty to uee premiere for IHICII
purposes will be dlalllualnned."
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Cleaning Co., Fone 2978. W.
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THE BISCUIT TO
SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY 1
The biscuit Is an Institution of the South. In no
other section of the country do biscuits have tho
same taste. And O how good are Auntie's biscuits
to those who stray back to the old home.
Just as Southern “Rating" is allied to Southern
Hospitality—so is the hot biscuit a distinguishing
feature of every Southern meaL
FIDDLE & BOW
- —■ ■ ,i *
I® the Hour for Southern People
A flour that makes the old fashioned sort of bis
cuit. The kind thst melt in your mouth. Reedy
mixed. No baking powder needed. Ask your grocer.
THE DAVIS MILLING CO.
St. JOSEPH. MO. I
Manufacturer* of the fenious Aunt Jemima Pancake and Buck
SMITH BROS., Distributors
Wm. BCWWEIGERT, A. 8. MORRIS, TMOS 8, GRAY,
President. Vice President. Cashier.
Union Savings Bank
Corner Broad and Eighth Streets.
Capital • • • • .vr rtrtfi ® • • r»"v« • SIOO,OOO
Surplus ~ •• .. . •«, (*•» •*» •$ 60,000
Stockholder# Liability SIOO,OOO
Protection to Depositors $250,000
Wm. B<'H WEItJKRT, T. a RA WORTH,
A 8. MORRIB. HI PORIB.
FRANK X DORR. R- HOT GOODWIN,
BOWPRE PHTNIZT. C HENRY COHKN,
JNO. P. MULHERIN, THOS. 8. GRAY.
Depository United States Court, Northeastern
Division Southern District of Georgia.
YOUNG GIRL FOR HOURS
Cordela, Gk.—Bring handcuffed for
aeveral holirn whs not any more pleas
ant to Mlhh Willie Miller than It would
havo been for any other refined and
modest young lady, which she certainly
Is. And the worat part of I* Is that
she had done nothing for which to he
handcuffed, for If she ever violated a
law she does not know It.
It waa through the Joke of a young
gentleman friend, who borrowed the
handcuffs from a county halllff when
It* young Indy wa» present, thnt the
Mtoel "bracelets” nm« to be placed
about her wrists and loeMd. But the
Joke turned to a serious reality when,
In the attempt to unlock the handcuffs,
the young man broke off the key In
the lock. It was several houra later
when the handcuffs were filed from
her wrlsls and freedom given her. and
this at the cost of the handcuffs to
the gallant young Joker.
BEST FAMILY LAXATIVF.
Beware of Constipation. Use Dr.
King's New Life Pills and keep well.
Mrs. Charles K. Smith, of West Frank
lin, Me., calla them “our family laxa
tive.” Nothing better for adults or
aged. Oet them today, 26c All drug
gists or by maU.
H. E. Bucklin & Co. Philadelphia or Bt.
Leather Merchant Convicted
of Wife Murder, Sentenced to
15 Years. Motion For New
Chicago.—William Cheney Kills, Cin
cinnati leather merchant, convicted
yexterday and sentenced to 16 years’
Imprisonment for the murder of hi*
w ife In u Chi, ago hotel last October,
today waa In the county Jail awaiting
action on a motion for a new trial.
Hhould n new trial be denied coun*
m I for Kills said he probably would
be taken to the penitentiary wlthoul
appealing to a higher court.
Both Kills and bis attorney seemed
to be satisfied with the verdict.
Thr*s and a Half Hours.
Chicago.—William Cheney Kills last
night uus found guilty of murdering
his wife, Mrs. Kh-anor llosea Kills.
The Jury reached a decision after
deliberating three and one-half hours.
Kills’ defense of psychic epilepsy or
transitory Insanity apparently was
disregarded by the Juror*. Kills claim
ed bo hud been drtren to manta by
knowledge that his wife had given her
love to Fred G. Cauldwell of Brant
ford, Ont., a young dry goods mer
Bills killed his wife In their hotel
room here, October 16th. 1918. He is
47 years old and has been a dealer In
leather goods In Cincinnati, Ohio. H<*
followed his wife here several days
after she came to Chicago on a visit
to relatives. They celebrated their
ninth wedding anniversary with a din
ner and theatre party the night of
When found with the corpse, Kliis
appeared dazed. He had slightly slash
ed his own wrists and throat and at
first declared the tragedy was the re
sult of a suicide agreement because of
his business troubles. Before the cor
oner’s Jury he changed his explanation
and testified that he alone was re
sponsible for the killing, but that he
bad meant that both should die. 1-ater
the defense of temporary mania was
proposed and the burden of its cause
laid on an alleged infatuation of Mrs.
Kills for Cauldwell.
Cauldwell declined to come to Chi
cago to testify, but from his home In
Canada sent dispatches denying the
accusations of Kills.
At the time of the murder it w:«s
testified Kills was broken In health,
his business had dwindled and he had
been the victim for a long period of
spells of brooding, depression an.l
FOII LEO FRANK
Two Affidavits State Convict
ed Man Was on Street at
Time Phagan Girl’s Body was
Taken to Cellar.
Atlanta, Ga.—A twilling Jim Conley's
story with the sworn statement that
l,eo Frank was seen at Whitehall and
Alabama streets at nn hour on the day
of tile murder at which the negro tes
tified he and Frank were disposing of
Mary J’hagan's body, Mr*. Ethel Har
ris Miller and Maler Lefkoff have put
into hands of the defense affidavits
that support the testimony of Minnie
The Kern girl's story was considered
to he undoubtedly the strongest link
in the famous alibi presented by the
convicted man's defense. She stated
site saw Frank at Whitehall and Ala
bama street- at the southwest corner
—at 1:10 o'clock on the afternoon of
the murder, at which time Jim Conley
declared he and Frank were carrying
the murdered girl's body into the base
Swear They Saw Frank.
Mr*. Miller states that *he saw
Frank at approximately the same time
he was seen by Miss Kern. It was
also at precisely the same spot at
which he passed the Kern girl. Mrs.
Miller was walking down the street
with her sister, Mrs. Max Meyer, and
with Mr. Lefkoff. Mr*. Meyer was
then unmarried, having wedded Mr.
Meyer during the later fall.
Attorney 1-eonaril Haas, associated
with Reuben Arnold and Luther Z.
Rosser in Frank’s defense, told a. re
porter Thursday afternoon he consid
ered these latter affidavits to lie. per
haps, the strongest connecting links to
tie submitted to Judge Ren Hill in the
prospective application for a new tilaU
"It establishes nn alibi beyond
doubt," he stated. "It suports Miss
Kearn's testimony, which was a con
necting link In the alibi chain, and
which was one of the most decisive
points in the time element. The state
ments of Mrs. Miller and Mr. Isd'koff
prove conclusively that Frank was not
at the factory at the time the Conley
negro state* positively they were dis
posing of the body."
The two new affidavit* were mado
September IS, 1913. In Atlanta, before
I. nard Haas, who Is a notary pub
lic. Mrs Miller, who was a former
resident of \tl&ntn. now reside* at 50 2
IViplar street, Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr.
l.efkoff still lives In Atlanta. At the
time they saw Frnnk. they were walk
ing down Whitehall street from the
J. I’. Allen store, where Mrs. Miller
had met her sister.
KICKAPOO WORM KILLER EX
The cause of your child's 111*—The
foul, fetid, offensive breath—The start
ing up with terror and grinding of
teeth whlio asleep—The sallow com
plexion The dark circles under the
eyes—Are all Indications of worms.
Klekapoo Worm Killer is what your
child needs; it expels the worms, the
caurr of the child's unhealthy condi
tion. For the removal- of seat, stom
ach and pin worms, Kickapoo Worm
Killer gives sure relief. Its laxative
effect adds tone to the general sys
tem. Supplied as a candy confection
children like it. Safe and sure relief.
Kickapoo Indian Med. Cf. Phila or St.
Guaranteed. Ruy a box today. Price
26c. All Druggists or by mail.
Carliartt’g Overalls, SI.OO at Mertin*.
(HE AUGUSTA HERALD. AUGUSTA. GA.
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY
TO THINK OF YOUR SPRING SUIT.
THE NEW SPRING SHOES FOR MEN -
Arc on display. Wo invito you in to see thorn. The new shapes-are here with their very stylish and Eng
lish effects. The prices are $4.00 and $5.00
Men’s golfing oxfords in Russia calf, with rubber solos and without heels, are priced at $450 and $5 00
MORE TO YOU
SI.OO or 95c. Would you rather
pay SI.OO for something you could
secure for 95c? Of course not, but
then that is what double Surety
Coupons mean. Do you save them?
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MEN, STOP AND THINK!
If you paid $40.00 for a Suit, you could got little more than we offer you at r
NO MORE $15.00 NO LESS
We are one of 72 branches in principal cities throughout the United States, manufacture our own materials
and empb y only the most expert cutters and tailors. Your Suit is cut and made to your individual measure
and your “entire satisfaction” is guaranteed. #
We've a beautiful variety of them, in many
fabrics and patterns. English models, with
one and two buttons effect, narrow trousers.
Theg Are Priced from sls to S3O
So M any Men Have Asked About the Spring Shirts
That it is for them we are writing this. Our shelves are now filled, the Spring
stock is in, white and colored madrasses, percales and other good materials. And
the prices range from SI.OO to $2.00 and upwards.
The Spring Hose, in silk and lisle, is priced at and 50^.
, The new shades are here.
The Boys' Department
Knows it’s Spring also. And we feel that we have our best showing in hoys*
Spring clothing. The suits are priced from $3.50 to $.lO
Children’s Wash Suits from SI.OO to $3.50
ENGLISH WOOLEN MILLS
FRIDAY. MARCH 6.
Our Mail Order Department is
given our best and most intelli
gent attention. We prepay
transportation on goods within
200 miles of Augusta.