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s increase our t
A beautiful lot of I
nary coarse weave bu
fabric for skirts and <
an nn a bargain table
Brown Dress Linen,
imported direct from
yard, special on'the b
A I Lace bargains like
is always thronged
250 pices of Linen
9 15 cents a yard at
Round thread and s
patterns, edges and in
8c., 10c., and 12 l-2c.,
We'll put on sale 1
worth the world ove
lengths in the lot, %al
5 (Jozen Brown Lin<
$2.00 and $2.50, all gc
One lot of Ladies'
governor blease oy.
the feeder matter
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closing up the restricted district.
Mayor Woodward this afternoon
admitted having been in the hotel
room with Febuary, Miles and Colyar.
He went there, he said, at the invitation
of Miles, to examine affidavits
which he said Colyar claimed to have
and which Tvere alleged to charge
graft in the polic-e department.
"The whole business," Woodward
declared, "amounted to hiring a detective.
Certainly I would vote to
protect anyone who unearthed graft.
Colyar and his crowd wanted SI ,000
for their information. 1 told them 1
had no $1,000 to give, but felt sure if
they could produce the evidence that
would bring about convictions tli- /
would be paid theij trouble."
the trading public /
tales still more duri
i in this section so i
t equal the prices?<
> Pique at 15c Yard.
mported ^Vhite Piqu-e?not the ordi,t
all fine soft finish?an excellent
Dne piece dresses, worth 25c. a yard,
at, choice the yard
i Linen at 19c \ ard.
. full 36 inches wid3, a cloth that is
Ireland, bought to sell at :W> cents a
arrain counter at
these tell why our great lace section
i:h busy buyers.
Torchon Lace, worth 10 cents to
quare mesh Val Laces in all the hest
isertions, half to 2 inches wide, worth
all go at choice the yard
this week 200 White Pique Skirts,
r $1.50, all size waist measures and
1 so at choice each
in Skirts, all the newest styles, worth
> at choice this week
New Shirt Waists, $1.50 value, all go
vpi*w Ppniip? tn Rriherv Charge. I
Atlanta, Ga., May 24.?Replying to-!
night to charges of alleged attenfpts
at bribery in connection with ths
Phagan murder case, Col. T. B. Felder,
engaged to assist in the prosecution,
branded, as false such accusations
and made sweeping countercharges
against Chief of Detectives
Newport Lanford and members of his
^ j j,
In his statement ^ oi. reiuer inscribes
Chief Lanford as the "Lieutenant
Beck r of our 'system,'" "and
j accuses him of fomenting a plot to
; thwart the ends of justice."
I Much of the statement is devoted
to an attack upon A. S. Colvar, Jr., of
, Xashvill-e Tenn., whose affidavit pubj
lisJied yesterday, alleged that Col. Fel!
der offered a sum of money for certain
documents said to be a part of
the records of the detective depart
le, Friday E
first run moti<
9 P AHYIA
Sad A WVA11V
ias ever seen will a
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TIQ cue rtzirtui/uuy u
many high-grade g
comparison will prt
More New Em
Vine Swiss all-over, best line
specially good for Shirt Waists
27 inch Embroidery, a worule
class' Embroidery in this assor
choicest pattern, all worth .",0c. t
inch E: :: roicl* rv Floiincins
i all so at
4.") inch lSmbridery Flouncing
very new and stylish this s ason
4~) inch Embroidery Floun2in
scroll patterns, $1.50 value, take
White Goods II
French oVile 45 inches wide,:
Pajama Checks, 36 inches wi<
1" 1-9/? oil m nt nnlv
?tt M ? V,.) ? ?
Ratine, new lot can be had
helio light blue, etc., the most
ket, C5c. value all go this week
40 inch White Lawn, 2 to 10 :
45 Inch Lingerie Cloth, wort:
'"The Store That':
mem. Col. Felder described the Cc?lyar
affidavit as well as that of G. C.
Febuary, secretary to Chief Lanford,
as untrue. He also denied the genuineness
of the report of an alleged
conversation between these men and
himself, said to have been obtained
by means of a secret telephonic device
which he has himself employed
in other cases.
Admits Conversation. j
Col. Felder admitted that Colyar ;
iTnri ^ v? rsation with
tlliu l' tuuuij uuu .
him, but declared that lie referred
them to the mayor, believing that the
head cl* the city government would
b- inter sted in any evidence of alleged
"graft" by heads ot the police
department. He said that the whole
thing is the result ot a "3101. tu
thwart his efforts to apprehend the
person who killed Mary Phagan.
Col. Felder's statement, which was
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an pictures, inc
ancl give the bo
ompare with the ha
lays of Islay. We
oods at such little p
of patterns, small designs,
") cents quality, all go
rful assortment of high
tment you will find the
o Toe. all go at choice
good quality, worfh T"c., f]
' x 4?c
Voile and Swiss Vaaterial,
, $1.00 value, all go at s
g Voile and Swiss, heavy
youi* choice at only the yd
real fine quality, worth 39c.,
3e, nothing better made at
in all colors of pink, tan,
wanted goods on the mar;
at the yard j
^ard lengths, worth 12 l-2c.
o 1 n
h 25 cents, special at only
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3 Always Busy."
extended, bristled with charges reflecting
upon the charact-er of Chief
Lanford and the manner in which the
detective department has conducted
its search for the murderer of the
Co!. Felder in conclusion, described
the manner in which he became
connected with the Phagan case, and
declared that his contract with the
: friends of the murdered girl's family
is open for inspection by persons not
| connected with the 'police or detec|
tive department. "
* ? r rt'o c o rrnct.or] tn
; A. ??. VvUlJ-cll, ?J 1 ao an v.^
j nigh:, it being'.alleged that he is want-!
j fd on a charge of forgery, said to have l
: be' n committed in Knoxville, Tenn.,
; several years ago. He was later re'leased
Smith's Secretary to Get $5,000 Job.
Washington, May 23.?Charles M.
xy --i, o ui
luding "The Bl<
ys a big howl.
fn/yitic mo navp
I yviff f w/ W ? V WVV:
believe you couh
Silk Stripe Voiles.
Tbe newest novelty for dainty dress i
openhagen, pink, yellow, reseda, all 39c.
More New Milliner
And by far the biggest and best stock in
ou have to do is to come direct to Min
ur Millinery stock, note the low prices.
."00 untrimmed shapes to go on sale this
*om $1.00 to $o.00, all go at haif price,
'50c to $2
We arp never without a full line of p
ets to suit any size figure. All the lead:
or slim, stout, or medium
Summer weight, the average length
8 l-3c. Sen Island full 40 inches wide,
10c. Manchester Chambry, all colors, A
8 l-2c. Standard Apron Ginghams, all
8 l-2c. Poe Mills Bleaching, full 36 inc
22 l-2c. best Feather Bed Ticking, w
TirhitP TMmitv for Children's. dre.<
Shirt Waists, all go.at
Galloway, at present secretary to
Senator E. D. Smith, has been selected
by the president, it is understood,
to be civil service commissioner, succeeding
Gen. John C. Black, whose
resignation/has been in the hands of
tfte president for several weeks. Mr.
pniwov'(. nomination will, in all |
\janu uj o
probability, be sent to the senate
on Monday next. The place pays
$5,000 a year and the term is four ^
years. Th-e civil service commission
has executive charge of the administration
of the civil service law, the '
holding of examinations, ratings, etc,
and :he certification of eligibles to j
fhe various government departments
Coincid-ent with the announcement j
that Mr. Galloway will become a
member of the commission is the
V mat^n that that body as at present
com T.sed has not been in symparur
1IIL l/ULLLUL ,
Admission 10c i
oped in to j
1 not find I
n lilac, sky blue,
value at choice
> week, hat shapes
!.50 Each 1
ar.vles in stock
May sale price
lay sale price
size checks, May
hes wide, May sale
ill go in this May
;ses, also good for
+.Virt nrociHpnt's ideas of Civil
illy VV iUil tu-c ^/ivu<v?u? - ?
service matters. Investigations haye
been made recently on the suggestions
of members of congress to the
effect that the government service is
now almost 95 per cent republican
in personnel and other evidences of
more or less partisan selection of
government employes have cropped
out, showing some dissatisfaction with. /
the administration ctf the civil service
Before his connection with Senator
Smith Mr. Galloway was news editor
of the Columbia State for several
years and studied law at the same
time at th- University of South Carolina.
His new position will require
his cnotinued residence in Washington.
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