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Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1910, Atlanta, Georgia THE ATLANTA 1HIS Aar H UL to PROSECUTION VOL. 56 NO MORE SOLICITORS House Only Amends to Salary Payable From Court SAYS JUDICIAL SYSTEM IS IK HEED OF REVISION House Agrees to Give Twenty Feet From Slate Property to Widen Peach tree ate Amendments to bile Regulation Approved and Goes to By the overwhelming vote of 121 to 38, the house representatives afternoon passed the ishing the fee system Insofar as general are and placing these officers of the stada on an annual salary of The was introduced In the ate by Senators and It has already passed that body and as soon as the senate con cura In an amendment which the measure win be ready for the signature of the The amendment which the house adopted waa Introduced by Mr. of and provided the ner in which the solicitors shall ba paid Prom and According to the amendment It shall be the duly of the clerks of the court In the various circuits to collect all monies arising from costs and received by the and within days after adjournment of each term of they shall pay over to the state treasurers all monies so The state treasurer out of said costs and forfeitures arising from each pay the solicitor general of such circuit the sum of any surplus such amount shall be repaid bv the state treasurer to the re- rounty treasurers of such Continued on Paire Breaks Out With mm mm ORDERED OUT BY GOVERNOR Renewed Trouble at Sheriff to Again Call on Governor Brown to Send to Quell Disturbance Arising Out of August Sheriff of Jones again called upon Governor Brown for troops to quell a disturbance at out of the which brought about the killing of and Morris Ethridge lost Friday at the store of the at Trouble of a serious nature Is brewing and the sheriff moved tonight with lest his steps to prevent trouble be found ont by the Captain of the Floyd has been ordered by Governor Brown to report to Sheriff Brooks by S o'clock tomorrow morning with his there to remain till ng da n ger Is The com pany Is being mustered ready for the journey to According to what can be gathered at this nothing has occurred yet in the nature of but ments of the two factions have made it again necessary for the sheriff to call for General Scott Ont Adjutant Scott ordered out two companies of troops from to to aid the sheriff In upholding the law there last The feud had smoldering Some two Is claimed ill enticed a negro from the farm o' to his A week ago they met on the street here Continued on Page 11 KNIGHTS Tio Fatalities and Many Minor Mishaps Marred the Great Procession of OVER KNIGHTS WERE IN THE PARADE 1UES OF Tax Returns fork County for 1910 Reach Total of GAIN OF IB CITY OF ATLANTA Sir Knight Grossman Killed and Wife in Grand Ignorant of the Watched Three Hours to Get Glimpse of Contesting for Next August tragic one accident which physicians say will prove fatal and a dozen minor due to cast shadow today over the parade what say was the greatest number of Knights Templars who ever ed In line In any Except for a slight lasting but a short the weather during the long march was From 9 o'clock when the signal to start was until 1 p. when the last knight had passed before the re- viewing the thermometer ed from 71 to 79 while a cool breeze prevented any considerable dis- comfort from heat among the bled More than knights were In while over 500.000 spectators sat In the huge reviewing ing the entire east side of Michigan as far south as Twelfth or stood patiently along the line of First Note of The note of tragedy In the day came when Hermann W. of on his way to Join his com- was caught In the between two cars on Templar Way and received Injuries from which died on to the n the grand two sat Mrs. unidentified for hree while she the Continued on Page Part of Atlanta's Gain in ues Results From Extension of Thus Causing De- crease in Values of Part of Fulton Outside Dogs Are FULTON TAX RETURNS SHOWN AT A GLANCK J Atlanta's increase for 1910 over J Fulton's Increase for Dogs Difference between Increase in county and increase In city results largely from extension of city and decreases In certain property The total val ue of the tax returns for Fulton county for 1910 is 705, an Increase of oer the returns for 1809. The value 6f the city or town property for 1910 is an Increase of over the re- turns of 1DQ9. The number of dogs returned for Fulton county IB The discrepancy between the city in- crease and the Increase In the grand total Is caused by the decrease in ue of taxable which Is dis- through the such as stocks and farm mechanical woolen and cotton manufactories and so The Increase in the city taxes Is duj Continued Page VICTIM Op BULLET MAYOR WILLIAM J. Who was shot down by a discharged employee was preparing to sail for Europe on vacation ADAMSON THOUGHT ASSASSIN AIMED AT HIM New August secretary to Mayor gives the following account of the the excitement of the moment H seemed to me that the second was aimed at me. But I do not All was and L. recall only a frenzied scene of men fighting and arms and and through It all the muzzle of that revolver pointing towards In any everybody nearby had so leaped upon the man that his aim do not remember the except that when I again Mayor Gaynor was half fain In mv arms and Gallagher on deck beneath a crowd of Ing Someone was dragging it don't kill was the cry I the seconds of that that seemed to pass like I could hear that voice They tell me that big hands had closed about Gallagher's neck In the grip of would have choked him to death right there If others present had not restrained Someone called out lynch By that time they had dragged wards off and he had regained so of his me a pair of he There were no cuffs at but Henry one of the local passed Edwards his They were nipped around Gallagher's wrist and he was led ASSASSIN ACCUSED OF TAKING BREAD AND BUTTER New who shot Mayor la a weighing close on to 200 He smoked a cigar fully after his and at no time Statement Shows Brown Strength in Former Governor Has Many Speaking W. Who Supported Judge Thomas Lawson and E. Smith Changes L. Martin Will Speak for Reports Received at Headquarters From AH Governor Brown's formal statement to the people of discussing certain recent Incidents In Georgia and his attitude and the fact that his election two years ago due to the country and not the city was the topic of con- versation of practically every one of the 360 or 400 visitors who called at the Brown headquarters on Manager Ed showing that Governor Brown carried 191 more country d than did Mr. Smith disposes of the un- just charge that the liquor Interests and the railroad interests were re- sponsible for his The fact la that the larger part of Mr. Brown's vote In the state was received in the country interesting point is by the governor In connection with his work as a member of the railroad from which he was re- moved by Governor He shows that he voted to permit the Central and Southern railroads to charge cents per mile passenger They are still charging that He voted against a 2 rate for the Atlantic Coast Line anil the Georgia believing It too The two bers appointed by Governor Smith voted subsequently to raise the Coast rate to Yet Governor Brown Is termed the Brown makes it plain that his opponent never did advance any plan of paying the teachers except to kite with the money due the old Confederate he took up the cudgels In their most engaging part of the whole statement Is the showing that the men whom Governor Smith labeled the and und are the country people of for they are the ones who Mr. Brown governor two years and will do sd Coplea of Letter It was stated at Brown that between fifty and sixty telegrams had been received urging that a large supply of copies of the letter be ed to Brown clubs over the state for The following statement was ed from W. who protests at being placed among the Hoke Smith statement in last Friday's Journal and Saturday's Constitution emanating from Smith reported By one J. R. that Dr. J. and myself had changed Speak Smith in Dublin on Next Speakers Are Former Governor In addition to the speaking dates already an- will probably speak In gusta one day next On Friday night he will speak In Macon Saturday at Tlf ton Saturday at and on Monday of next ID It was announced at Smith quarters that Judge Thomas G. of and E. L. of would speak on next Saturday at In Lauren 6 That on the same day J. B. of would speak at Bain In Decatur and that John Clay of would speak samo day at Den in Jeff Davis Representative Barry of the author of the to require the registration of legislative agents at the state waa a caller at Smith headquarters Tuesday after- The statement was given out as to the defeat of the Defeat to Brown Congressman Is Given an Enthusiastic Representative of the Fifth District Says Mr. Howard Has Neither the Nor Influence for the Congressman Lon F. Livingston ed his campaign for reelection before an enthusiastic audience of his porters at the house last There were approximately people present and Mr. Livingston's speech was enthusiastically applause often tbe In Mr. Livingston dealt with the Question of his fitness to represent the fifth district as compared with the qualifications of his William Schley for the position which he Is He said that Mr. ard has neither his his nor his three things which him valuable to the fifth In that they make It possible to get many concessions for his con- which a younger and less experienced man could not for During the course of his speech he Great Bribery Scheme Is Credited to Alleged He Proposed to Spend to Get HU Indian Contracts Approved and Still Have Left for August J. F. McMurray In Washington last May urging the of hia contracts by which he and his would be able to secure 10 per cent attorney fees on the sale of worth of land owned by the the Indians themselves were being urged to send telegrams to Washington the A few flays before May 8, on which date Senator T. P. Gore charged he was offered a or bribe to Induce congress to approve the con- McMurray telegraphed to not less than fifty letters and telegrams and keep up the work for a week at different looks better We will 1 This evidence was brought out In the investigation of the land deal before the congressional committee Senator Gore said he to the activity at took occasion to hand Mr. Howard a at the time the bribe Is alleged Continued on Page successful filibuster against the In the senate was a topic of discussion at Hoke Smith It was pointed out that one of tbe planks of the Atlanta I on which Governor was i as well as one of the planks of the Macon was an ment of the Yet eleven or twelve wno are the adherents of Governor were I the only ones engaged In the effort to prevent the passage of this In the which had been j ly passed In the and that the thus shares the fate of department of labor which i was also In the Atlanta being defeated by the vote of the adherents of Governor Brown's As to the routine work of the following statement waa heavy mail was received from 110 j counties of the state at headquarters every letter Bringing en- 1 Another astlc crowd of loyal adherents ed Hoke Smith at 11 member of the publicity tee of the Bibb Bounty Hoke Smith Club waa at and reports i that big preparations are being made 1 for the Hoke Smith rally in Macon Friday The auditorium win seat Including the seats on the to have been Had Indiana Send Many Choctaw Indians went on Ihe stand to show that shortly after Murray sent his they were visited by George W. Scott asked the Indians to sign telegrams approving the sale of 450.000 acres of oil and asphalt number of He charged that whose name he ed as Is writing Howard's campaign literature for He that Mr. Howard Is claiming to be for Hoke Smith when in a locality where the former governor la a J while pretending to favor j ernor Brown when in a community j where the governor la He charged further that Howard has on the 10 Per cent already promised to fifteen different men the position of private j The telegrams were ad- ln case he Is He Intimated dressed to Richard C. an that it haa been reported to torney at who waa Mr. Howard IB using his position as posed by the Indiana to the general to secure votes by J sages to President The Indians being with those indicted In I readily sent the they his Judicial that Ihe because they were Impatient at of the statement the delay of the government in In the Howard campaign literature Ing of the according to treaty that he voted against all Union measures In the last congress an He from the lips of an Infamous To Fifth References to Vice President man and Senator Charles of were made In a letter by Senator It had Early in hia talk and then toward explained by Congressman C. E. the close Mr. Livingston declared that Creager that he and Richard Adams be Is not making the race for congress had called upon President and Continued on Page because he desires to be but simply to save the fifth district from being represented by a of that the had announced hia disapproval of a plan to reopen the tribal rotla BO that more claimants IN mm Touring Car Struck by Fast Express All of the Victims Baltimore People Auto Party Warned That Train Was but Warning and Rushed on the Cape August persons were crushed to death tonight when an express train on the Pennsylvania Railroad dashed Into an automobile at Mill Lane crossing on the West sey and Sea Shore The dead are Frederick W. and wife and Fritz Mer gen thaler and wife and their M. C. all of Merg en thaler was the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. The party had been spending a few days in Atlantic City and this after- noon left for an automobile trip to Cape They Were Warned IB As they approached the tracks the fast running express was hidden from view by a cornfield and It was sible for the chauffeur to see the train until he was within a few feet of the As teh down toward the tracks Mrs. Thomas who resides close to the saw the rapidly approaching express and waved her hand for the automobile driver to stop bis but the man either did not see the or thought that he could cross the tracks before the expressed sorrow of hia On other he repeated stolidly that the had robbed him of a and he meant to kill He is B6 years Gallagher made the following signed confession of his act to Robert W. acting chief of police of came over to Hoboken at this I went to the steamship and I went on board the steamship Kaiser Wilhelm der I met a. clergyman on board the and I asked him to point out Mayor Gaynor to me. He did and shortly after I flred a shot at the I do not know If I flred more than one or that Mayor Gaynor was Continued on Page Weather LOCAL ana to moderate becoming Local Lowest Highest Mean Normal Rainfall in 24 Inches 00 Deficiency since 1st of Deficiency since January 1, 3.82 from TATIONS AND of cloudy clear Atlantic clear Boise clear rain clear cloudy clear Corpus clr Des clear Dodge clear pt. clear Green pt. clear clear pt. clear pt. train reached and dashed onto the i Kansas clear road Just aa the train reached the I rain All Five j pt. The express struck the automobile cloudy squarely between the wheels and threw pt. It and all of the occupants clear of the clear All five of the occupants I Montreal pt. Instantly killed and badly cut and i clear j New The bodies were quickly gathered i New get her and a physician hurriedly North clear but a glance at the clear forms showed plainly that there was no need for medical Parry Coroner Reeves was summoned and reached the scene a few minutes after the accident He took charge of the five bodies and had them brought to his So severe was the compact that pieces of the machine were driven on the piston All August W. of this with his son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz and their were killed when a clear Rapid clear cloudy San clear San clear r Salt Lake 8. clear cl sylvania railroad express train struck i their automobile near Cape j was a lawyer of this He Swift on Page Continued on Page was a lawyer of this He vms associated with Frank A. j also of In a contract which contemplates the draining of the and in other large J Mr. also a resident of I-J this was the son of Ottmar the inventor of the 1 clear clear 74 76 78 64 70 56 84 76 76 86 82 74 84 78 78 74' 78 82 72 84 70 76 80 86 100 80 78 78 74 86 72 60 66 78 74 84 60 80 M 74 76 78 76 94 70 94 SO 90 80 86 86 84 74 78 66 86 80 84 88 86 76 94 82 86 84 84 84 84 78 94 74 80 84 98 70 100 84 Wound Inflicted Assassin but Will Prove Fatal BULLETS FIRED AT MAYOR BY DISCHARGED EMPLOYEE Three but Only One Took Striking Gaynor Right Would-Be Was Overpowered and Roughly CONDITION OP THE MAYOR J REPORTED SATISFACTORY August following bulletin on Mayor Gaynor's probably the t last which will be issued was given out by J timed at 9 J tlon of Mayor Gaynor's wound Indicates that the bullet la into two positions that do not demand operative interference at present condition of the mayor is. He IB resting J. E. D. N. The following bulletin on Mayor condition was issued at Gaynor Is doing aa g well as could be He Bleeps some He la perfectly Thare Is no dence C. St. Mary's New August J. mayor of New York was shot In the head and seriously ed today as he stood on the nade deck of the Kaiser helm der by James J. a discharged and disgruntled city Gallagher was almost Instantly over- powered and The shot was fired at 8.45 o'clock this 16 minutes before the Continued on Page ADVERTISING TALKS WRITTEN BT WILLIAM C. WHO SHALL SET THE man who has the article to sell or the man who wants to buy it I I should say the man who has the article to shouldn't you? Recently an representative of a paper called on a big cantile manager in ence to an increase in the advertising rates of his The an to the ad- do not feel in ing yon the increase you Your rate is TOO HIGH BY COMPARISON with the rate I pay in other The advertising man re- submit that you are not in trying to regulate our price by the price you pay other The question to be decided WE WORTH THE PRICE WE SET ON OUR cannot judge that by making deductions from the prices you pay other cango into stores to sell as good merchandise as you do very much cheaper than you sell but why do I to buy from you? 1 know what I get when I make purchases I know that you buy your merchandise just as skillfully as any other I have faith in your business J believe that you choree a fair 1 know that house bears a good
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