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IN FRANK C?SF
111 I Ililli lt WIIW ft?
ATTORNEYS CONTEND TRIAL
COURT LOST JURISDIC
TION OVER PRISONER
Declare Demon Gration in Court
Room Probably Had No Par
allel in History of Trials
UK Aaenrlatnl Pu-" I
WASHINGTON. Fe! 25.-Conteud
iriK that the trial court, which found
Leo M. Frank guilty of thc murder
of Mury Fhagun. tho Atlantn factory
girl, had luHt Its Jurisdiction over
the prisoner because of mob violence
tolerated during the trial and because
of tho consequent absence of the pris
oner from the court upon tho "coer
cion" of the trial Judge when the ver
dict was rendered, attorneys for Frank
today urgued before the supreme court
of the I n it cd States that he should
bo freed from curtody. Ixiuis Mar
shall, of New York, began thc open
ing argument in the case and will
continue lt tomorrow, when the re
presentatives of the State of Georgia
also will bc heard.
The court was considering the ap
peal from tho action of Ute federal
district court^for northern Georgia
In denying Frank's release from cus
tody tn which he was placed for the
execution of the death sentence, Im
posed by tho trial court.
Mr. Marshall first stated"the effect
upon the jurisdiction of tao court
of Frank's absence when the verdict
was rendered, ills statement that
Judge F wm. of the trial court, coerc
ed Frank into being absent was ques
tioned by Chief Justice White. Mr.
Marshall declared? tho suggestion by
the trial' judge, that Frank's life and
limb and thora of lils counsel, might
be In danger If they attended amount
ed to coercion.
The attorney sought to establish
that the right to be present at one's
trial vrai ono that could not bc denied.
"We bave held that H court may
abolish a trial by Jury, and I do not
KO? why a Stute may not abolish one
of tin- Incident! to a Jury trial." In
terrupted Juatlcc PUue?y "Tho de
cisiona you elle refer to federal easet?.''
Chief Justice White also asked
IjUC.Slioll.-s uitlila that linc. Mi. liol
shall replied lt wan a question of due
process of law. and while the fifth
amendment to the constitution guar
anteed ?lue process, in federal cunen,
the guaranty of due process in State
cases in tho fourteenth amendment
was tho ?ame in effect. Ile contend
ed that while a State might nboliflh
u trial hy Jury, it could no tubolish
tue riKht to be present nt whatever
kind of trial wa? provided, because
of "due proceHS."
In the closing moment? of the ses
sion. Mr. Marshall took up the point
of mob Violence,
"I am tree to confess thut point is
one that impresses nie very much,"
volunteered Justice Holmes as the at
torney began his argument."
"This court han HUH! that there must
be i> trial before a competent trib
unal." began the attorney. "A com
petent tribunal is one that holds the
scales of Justice impartially, that is
not swayed by fear or# favor. Hero
the trial waa marked by'prejudice uud
hostility. There, Jeers?ut counsel for
Krank were permitted when they lost
a point. The crowd almost ires pe BS
ed upon the Jury box, hanging over
thc jury box and their whispers were
heard throughout tho courtroom. Ap
plause greeted the uolicltor-genernl
when ho appeared at tbe scat of Jus
tice, and then the judge held a con
ference in the presence of the Jury
which the chief of police and a com
manding Officer of the State militia.
That was a demonstration that prob
ably had no parallel In thc history of
trials. Finally the court aBked coun
nel to meet him in private conference
and then upon thc Insistence of thu
court that the prisoner might be torn
from the sanctuary of the court und
lynched by a mob if be was present
when the 'ierdlct was returned, coun
sel consented to his being absent. The
jury was left to return its verdict to
the prosecuting officer and the mob.
They knew what that meant."
I'ltknown Vessel In Mistress.
NORFOLK. Va.. Feb. 25.-An un
known vested, supposed to be a hark,
waa tonight reported in need of as
sistance off Smith Island. Thc fact
was reported by coast guards and the
cutter Onondaga en route to .Norfolk
rrom New York was notified. Tho
bark was flying eignals for a tug
when last seen.
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Casualties Kstlnmtcd at 2<MMMH).
LONDON, Feb. 20,T-(3:8| a. m.) -
The Daily Mail's Copenhagen corre
spondent suys it ls reported from Ber
lin that German casualties in Hast
Trussla and Toland in the last three
weeks are estimated gt 200,000
Court of Appeal Upholds Law.
ALBANY, N. Y" Feb. 25.-The
State court of appeals today upheld
tim constitutionality -of the State law
prohil'ting the employment of allens
on public works and providing for the
forfeit vire of contracts on which allen
labor ?H employed. The decision was
given in a tax-payer's suit instituted
to teBt application of thc law to the
employment of allens ie building sub
I ways under construction In New York
Idaho for Trohibllioii.
HOISE. Iduho, Feb. 25.-The Idaho
senate today passed 23 to 6 the State
wide prohibition bill muklng the man
ufacture, sale and transportation for
sale ot intoxicating liquor unlawful
after January 1, 1916. Governor Al
exander haB said he will sign the
EAT LESS AND TAKE
SALTS FOR KIDNEYS
lake a glass of Salts if your Back
hurts or Bladder
Tho American men ami women musk .
;uard constantly against Kidney
rouble, because we cat too much and
ill our food is rich. Our blood I?
Hied with uric acid which the kidneys
itrive to filter out, they weaken from
)verwork, become sluggish; 'he elim
native tissues clog ai.d the rosult is
tldn?y trouble, bladder we?kh*?3S aud
i general decline, in health.
When your kidneys feel like lumps
jf lead; your back hurts or the urine
s cloudy, full of sediment or you are
ibligcd to seek relief two or three
imcs during thc night; if you suffer
arith sick headache or dizzy, nervous
spells, acid stomach, or you have
.lieumatlsm when the weather is bad,
;et from your pharmacist about four
mucos of Jad Salts; take a table
spoonful lu a glass of water before
jreakfast for a few days and your
cldneys will then act fine. This fam
>UK salts is made from thc acid of
rrapes and lemon juice, combined
with 1 Uh la. and has been used for gen
erations to flush and stimulate clog
ged kidneys; to neutralize the acids
n tho urine so lt no longer ls a source
if Irritation, .thus ending bladder dis
Jad Salts Is inexpensive; cannot
h jure; mnkes a delightful "effervers
:cnt lithia water drink which ever
>ne should take now and then tb keep
their kidneys clean and active. Try
hi?, also keep up the water drinking,
ind no doubt you will wonder what
uccamc of your kidney trouble and
BORDEAUX, France, via Paris.
Keb. 20 (12:30 p. m.).-The bulletin
issued today concerning thc condi
tion of Sarah Bernhard., whose leg
was amputated Monday, says she con
tinues to make satisfactory progress.
NEW YORK, Feb. 25.-The recent
strike at the rhines ot* tne Colorado
Fuel and Iron company cost the com
pany approximately $1.250.000. Pres
ident Jesse F. Welburn estimated in
s statement issued today In connec
tion with the monthly directors' meet
?ng held hero._
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HRS. W. A. HUDGEK8, Editor
sin.?i-r for Miss Hill This Aflernoou.
Miss Kathleen Norrycc will enter"
Lain at a kitchen shower this after
noon in- honor ot Mies Hazel Hill. It
will he a very small and informal lit
Mrs. Law of Vpurtauburg is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. T. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. David Bryson return
ad yesterday to their home at Clinton
sifter a two weeks stay with Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Cook.
Mrs. John J. Norris of Greenville is
the guest of Mrs. F. IL Crayton.
The .Mission Study Class of St.
John's Methodist church will meet
this atternoon at four o'clock with
Mrs. O. M. Heard on Fant street.
Marguerite Clarke in "?Wild Flower."
Mr. F. M. Burdett of the Paramount
Theatre is going to arrange to have
Marguerite Clarke in the "Wild Flow
er," here again In a . benefit perfor
mance for thc Palmetto Chapter. This
picture was shown here Christmas,
and as is usual with Marguerite
Clarke every one who saw lt were
charmsd and delighted. Thc return
late has not been announced yet.
The Lander Alu inn ea association
will meet this afternoon at 3:30
o'clock with Mrs. J. C. HarrlB on Cal
houn street. Mrs. George Prince will
give an interesting account of her
recent trip to California.
Mrs Hurt Entertains.
Mrs. B. U. Hart entertained ut
delightful luncheon and Hook party
on Wednesday morning in honor of
Mrs. Sam Klutz of Chester. Mrs.
Klutz was formerly Miss Luta Bewley
and was often the popular guest of
her aunt. Mrs. Charles Sullivan. The
guests on this occasion were nesrly
all old friends of the henor guest, and
it was a very pleasant and Informai
occasion. After many interesting
games of rook the gracious hostess
served an elegant bot luncheon.. Her
guests were Mrs. Arthur Holman
Mrs. Raymond Fretwell, Mrs. J. M.
Sullivan, Jr., Mrs. Claud Earle. Mrs.
Clarence Sullivan. Mrs. Ed Marshall?
Mrs. Irving Brownlee. Mrs. Fred Fel
Hhoner Lunc heon fer Mlns Hill.
Miss Hazel Hill of Highland, N\ fie
was Mrs. B. O. Evans' charming bonni
guest at a shower luncheon yesterday
morning at ber pretty bom? cn N. Mc
Miss Hill has been a frequent visi
tor to Anderson, and next month'she
comes here as the bride nf Mr. Wil
lett P. Sloary. ttXo wedttlufe taking
place In Greenville on March the
tenth. The luncheon yesterday was
a pretty compliment to this popular
visitor, and a most delightful occasion
for all present
Thc bride elect was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts, the handsomest
being several pices of an old fashion
silver service,, given by Mrs. D. P,
Sloan, and an heirloom in the Sloan
family. The luncheon table was beau
tiful In cut glass and silver, the yel
low color scheme being beautifully
carried out with a profusion of yellow
Jonquils every where. Misses Kim Icc
and Sara Evans In pretty costumes ot
yellow were the dainty waitresses.
The place cards were hand painted
in cupids and brides, suggestion of
Ute fair honoree.
Tho place cards bore tbe names? qi
Misses Louisfc Gilmer, -Jessie Browne.
Jean Harris, Ella May Cunnings,
Vina Patrick, Anna Ross Cunningham,
Janie Hamlin, Mrs. John Norris of
Greenville. Mrs. D. P. Sloan and Miss
Hill, the honor guest.
Tho choir of the First Presbyterian
church will have a Cake sale on Sat
urday February 37tb. beginning at io
o'clock in the morning. Besides a
splendid assortment Of cakes, they
will also have on sale home made
candy. All who have promised to con
tribute are asked to send their cakes
in by ten o'clock Saturday morning.
Civic Meeting. ^
Au unusually pleasant and interfil
ing meeting of the Civic association
waa held with Mrs. O. L. Martin yes
terday afternoon at her nttr??.-ave
home on Greenville street. Splendid
reports .were given Of the work being
done by this magnificent organisation
which has accomplished such wonders
is Anderson. All business was
promptly disposed vif by the efficient
President Mrs. Rufus Fant. On pro*
gram were th tee beautiful vocal solos
by tbref of Anderson's sweet singers
Mrs. F.-M. Burnett. Mrs. John Frank,
and Mrs. A. P. Johnstone. An inter
esting feature ot the program wat s
talk by Mis? Bessie Major. glvlAg a
greable!account or he." trip In Europe
last slimmer. Delightful refreshments
wats served ty the attractive hostess.
AU members of the Christian
Growth Club who expect to take part
in thc indian play aro requested to
meea for rehearsal at tbs Finit Bap
tist church thU afternoon st 4 o'clock
This is very Important a? time ls left
fer only a few rehearsals.
Cochran ot Calhoun npent
lu the city on business,
UNG EVENT OF 1915.
nt story. You con now get
? Personal j
T. C. Jackson, Sr., of Iva was among
the business visitors in the city yes
F. H. and Mrs. Cllnkscales of Clem
son College arc visitors in the city,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mr
A. 'J. and Mrs. Warden of Iva were
among the shoppers in the city yes
H. N. Neal, representing the Inter
mit ional Silver ob., of Meriden, Conn.,
ind Adolph Rosenthal, representing
Edwin Lowe & Co.. of Pr?V .ence and
Ballantine Mfg. Co. and Knill Abig of
Newark, were business visitors in the
Miss Ailie Warden of Iva was
imong the visitors In the city yester
day. ----- - .... . ..
E. Cromer of Tpwnvllle was a visi
tor in tho city yesterday.
. I i
Ward law Warden -of Iva was. Jn the
city yesterday -for a shbrt while.
Jerome Cromer of Jlartttell, Ga.,
was .a visitor In the city^ yesterday!
Dr. J. E. Al good of Liberty was
among the visitors In the city yes
Rev. Mr. Galphni of Seneca, was
In the city yesterday for a short
while en outc to Augusta.
Mrs. J. C. Cary of Calhoun was |
among the visitors In the city yester
Will Dean ot_ the country was |
qmong the visitors In the city yester
Mrs. John B. King and Miss Caro- 1
bel Cooley of Wllllamston were shop-'
pers In the city yesterday.
Miss ?kllth Cossett of Williamston
".n-. In thc city yesterday, visiting
'rlcnds at Anderson College and do
*ng some shopping.
Prof. S. M. Martin of Clemson Col
lege waar Hmo?g-thc-vlottars in- the]
A. L. Gossdtt. editor of the Tugaloo !
Tribune, nublished at- Westminster,
- in tlis city yesterday.
M-. anil ''rv Vf. J- Murdock of Iva,!
.orin 4, v ere visitors itt thc- city y$B-;
Services at Tosa way Church Will
Be Brought to a Close
TUe services being conducted at
Toxaway Methodist church by tho
Ref. W. M. Yarborough, evangelist,
are growing in interest and much
good 13 hoing accomplished. The
meetings began last Friday and will
close Sunday night. " Two services are
helli each day, nt 3 o'clock and at.7:30
p. m. Sov?ral men, women and chil
dren have united with the church
.-mee the' mwetlng6* began. *?
Sunday afternoon.at 2:30 the evan
gelist'will preach to man only.. The
closings-service* of the series will be
held that evening ?ft\T :G0 o'c/lrK;k,*aad
everybody is Invited. The Rev. W*.
T. Belvia 13 pastor of thia church.
PUT SULPHUR 0N~
AN ITCHING M
AND END ECZEMA
Says this eld-time Eczema rem
edy ia applied like
Any irritation or breaking ont
fae?, arma, Jes? or body whoa _
ponied by itching, or when th? ?kl
dry and feverish, caa be r?*<llty c.
eon?*; by applying e HUI? bold-aulpl
Mys a noted dermatologist
He states thai bold-sulphur instantly
?Hays Vi? angry itching ami, irritation
and soothe* and lintis xi? Bosetna right
up leaving she skia, clear and mooth.
Bold-sulphur baa occupied a secure pnai.
tioe for* many year* in the trustai eat
of cutaneous disorders because of its
parasite-destroying -property. Nothing
1 as ever been fourni io taUe ita place
in treating the Irritable and inflam
matory finn. aJfeesion*. Wail? not. al
ways establishing a permanent oar* it
never fails to subdue the itching irri
tation and drive thc F^sema away and
it is oftea yVara tater before ?nv erup
tion ?gain appears ?n tba tkV?? "
i Lotte troubled oboutd obtain ai anv
drug store aa ounce of. botd-*?lphnr,
which ie applied to tba ?ff??ted parts fe
the asst* manner aa ?. ordinary cold
Condensed ras se ager Schein!*
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