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Hk ON TROOPS
KNTO OVERPOWER AKMM
OFFICERS AT GATES
Hs of >Ien Attempt to Enter
Bunds t>f Georgih Governor's
ta, Ga., June 21.?Governor
tonight called upon the State
to protect his country home,
is city, after several hundred
d boys had attempted to enter
ite through the front gates,
tad been barricaded by barbedtanglements.
and had threaten>verpower
the twenty county
en, armed with riot guns, who
KUii gutuu. i iic uwuuusuauuu
i protest against the governor's
on today in commuting the senof
Leo M. Frank to life imprisn
arrival of sixty militiamen
Atlanta, who had been held unrms
for emergencies," tfce gover-1
roclaimed martial law in a dis- j
Iict extending halt a mile in the
ont and rear of his residence and
>out a quarter of a mile on either
.Wl:en the militiamen lined up with
led bayonets to disperse the crowd,:
Ines, bricks and bottles were thrown 1
them. A brick struck Lieut. Ar-|
Parker in the stomach and rend-|
him unconscious for a short time.
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I. tm"OV% n a,L il lVai'C w. VV . I
>e, struck his gun and cut T:is
B. The commanding officer, Major j
Bon, was struck by a stone, as j
m several of the men.
Proclaims Martial Law.
me governor proclaimed martial'
Fat 11 o'clock and by midnight Abe
wd had practically been dispersed.'
ere was no firing.
L telephone message from Milledge[e,
where the State prison is located, ]
fthat trouble was feared there to-!
it and asked tJ'^at the governor or-j
out the Milledgeville company of1
tia. The governor told his in-'
?nt that such a request would
rto come from the sheriff of Baldicounty.
I midnight, however, the sheriff
bot requested troops.
le governor was surrounded in his
b by about a dozen friends, nearly j
rone of whom was armed with a,
. . i
|>r pistol. The unexpected arrival j
member of the family at a dark j
t of the front porch caused thej
por himse'f to Ibastily pick up a
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ffront of the governor's house
more than 100 automobiles filled j
persons evidently there to see!
the crowd would do. Tie troops
^reat difficulty in clearing the
of these machines and many of
orders were met with the retort;
I Crowds Throng Streets.
!rly tonight the principal streets j
Lcrowded with men and boys and
[as gathered on many corners. A
f force of patrolmen paced back(
forth along Marietta street, whidh
[a centre for -the throngs. There'
10 indication, however, of seriousj
Se. .' ?i J
out 8:30 several hundred
ed a march through the streets j
finally (halted at Peachtree and!
^^eets. The police then started ;
IHAtp the gathering. "Come on,!
go out to iGovernor Slaton's,"j
;ed several members of the crowd |
l large number of men marched i
, on Peachtree street, in the di-;
>n of the governor's country j
, which is several miles from the
& of the city. Members of tfne
I declared they intended to make
I upon the governor. A number
untry policemen were on guard (
|> governor's home. j
I Is Continue to Guard Slaton,
Ra, June 22.?State troops to- j
'ontinued to guard the suburb- j
le of Gov. Slaton, but all was j
Lh there and in the city after j
l>n strations . made yesterday j
I n^gfat in opposition to the |
ation- of Leo M. Frank's death
e by (rOv. Slaton. Botfh State
\ rofficiate said they anticipated
frer trouble, but as a precaumeasure
el3 under arms at the Fiftih.'
\t armory and extra policemen
- - I
Iklaton spent several hours at
Be in the capital today attendHfficial
business. A policeman
nied "him to and from his
H an automobile. There was no
^Bovernor said tonight that the
Rpf soldiers at this home was
hi to prevent any possible atKto
damage the property. He
Bot say wfcen the guard would
he crowd which visited my heme
night was not composed of the
people of Atlantadeclared the
roor. ''Today I have-received tel-,
bs from hundreds of people in
Georgia and throughout the country
congratulating me upon my action
in this case."
T'.irty-four persons, who were arrested
yesterday and last night in connection
witi: the demonstrations,
were given hearings in the police court
lotrv f/~.rlo t- Vftmino] finoo n'Ora im - !
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I posed in 11 of the cases, eight werej
j dismissed because of the inability of j
I the officers to identfy the accused and j
| the other cases were continued. The
| heaviest fine?$15.75?was imposed on
i J. A. Bozeman, a police officer, who
I was alleged to have stated t'hat he
would lead a crowd to the governor's
The cases before the police judge!
j and the disposition of each were as
J. A. Bozeman, 32, policeman, fin:d(
j K. W. Bruce, 21, peddler; L. C. Dag-j
| gart, 67, carpenter; G. W. Crumley,!
i 45. carpenter; T. J. Thomason, 26,;
: laborer; Carl Scroggins, 22, peddler; j
|IM. C. Langley, 29, barber; O. C. Har-!
ris, 22, railroad fireman; Earl Brooks,
17, laborer; E. V. Gailey, 19, laborer
i and Brooks Harris, 20, laborer, all
! fined $5.75 each.
Phillip Corsey, 31, plumber; Edward
Hardy, 42, bartender; W. H.
Smith, 26, railroad switchman; W. M. j
! Garner, 28, lineman; J. L. Perkinu, j
iB8, painter; P. V. Bennett, 24, clerk; J
j John Bridewell, H. J. Woodruff, all
T. G. Sparks, 31, clerk; W. C. Clay[
ton, 27, laborer; W. F. Poss, 43, chauf;
feu/; C. H. Banks, 46, business man; ;
Dr. Horace Grant, 50, retired physi- j
Ician and real estate broker; F. W.
riorrott A.A. nrvon tar C T T-Tif(Vh- !
VJCfci X V0WW9 1 J- y VMi yvi* VV* j v/ ? . J
cock, 34, farmer; W. C. Huckabee, 27,;
carpenter; Walter Smitih, 32, carpenjter;
F. S. (Brown, 62, manager; J. H.
Marshall, 30, farmer; H. P. Whitley,
37; E. W. Maron, 32, collector; W. L.
Wilmet, 31, no occupation; R. M. Burnett,
26 papei^nger, all continued.
Columbus Crowd Shows Hatred of (
Columbus, Ga., June 22.?An effigy;
bearing a placard "Gov. Slaton, the!
traitor," was hanged and riddled with |
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UUHCUS Oil Cue wcoi. cau Ui mt a vu.
teenth street bridge across the Chattahoochee
river f:ere tonight.
There was a demonstration which
lasted from 8:30 o'clock to 11 p. m.,
in wIMch hundreds of people from
Georgia and Alabama took part, this j
.being on the line between the two)
1 States. Several hundred shots were [
! A Georgia father and three of his
daughters are said to have taken part
in the shooting:, one of the daughters
t firing the last shot. Tte crowd was ;
(orderly and-no one was hurt.
i After the shooting the effigy was set
I on fire and burned.
Many women and children were in
j the crowd that took part in the demonstration
against the Georgia governor.
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! Frank Cannot Work.
Milledgeville, Ga., June 22.?Leo
i m Prank. whose sentence was com-,
' muted, ia tinder tfce care of a prison
| physician today. His condition was j
' declared to be too serious to send him
! to the fields to work witft other prisoners
for a week or longer.
Names Usurped by WsfHeri*
lifitf ia not by any means the onlyi
name that ids been borne by men and
women alike. Writes a correspondent
of the London Chronicle, who has dipped
into old parish and other registers.
Sir Patience Ward was lord mayor of
London in 1680. Eve Sliffhton is mentioned
in a will of the sixteenth cen
I tury, and Grace Hardwin was an oia
landowner in America.
As to male names usurped by the lai
dies, instances occur of feminine Philips
and Georges, and in one case a
daughter was duly baptized Noah. A
I goddaughter of the Duke of WellingI
ton was named Arthur in his honor,
| and in Effingham church there is a
! monument to Timothy, wife of Richard
I Mabanke. .
I _ **1 - A
Spoke as They Passed.
"I hope you don't associate with that
man 1 saw you speak to in ?the street
"Associate with him? What do you
take me for? That man. sir, is one of,
the most rascally, corrupt, sneaking, |
i underhand. low down, villainous and
depraved scoundrels that ever man- i
| aged to keep out of jail."
"I know it But why are you on
ap?aking terms with him at all?'*
"Why, I'm?er?his lawyer."?London
"So the telephone operator in tne
hospital 1b going: to marry the surgeon."
"So I fear."
"Affinity of tastes, 1 suppose. She
cats people off, and he cuts 'em up."?
"My wife always consults me about
every article of attire she buys?frocks,
hats, shoes, gloves, everything."
"My wife does, too?that is, she asks
me for the money."
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364$. Executors, and Administrators
to Make Returns?When and to
Executors or administrators shall
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year, render to the Judge of Probate
of the county Jfrom whom they obtained
letters testamentary or letters
of administration a just and true account,
upon oath, of the receipts and
expenditures of such estate, the preceeding
calendar year, of when examined
and approved, *hall be deposited
with the inventory and appraisement,
or other papers belonging to such estate,
in the office of such Judge of
Probate, there to be kept for the insnpotinn
of such nerson or nersons as
may be interested in such estate.
If any executor or administrator
should neglect to reader such annual
accounts he shall not be entitled to
any commissions for his trouble in the
management of tlbe said estate, and
shall moreover be liable to be sued for
damages by any person or persons interested
in such estate.
All ffiiarrHaus n? estate an
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render to him an annual account of
their actings and doings, as executors
or administrators are required by law
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-Judge of Probate for Newberry Co.
May 24th, 1915.
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