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$2,000,000 STUDY
Ignores Impeachment Talk
in Midst of Legislative
Difficulty.
f By the Associated Press.
ATLANTA, Ga., February 28.—Gov.
Eugene Talmadge Ignored legislators’
discussions of possible impeachment
proceedings today as he figuratively
fingered $2,000,000 and tried to esti
mate how far it would go toward run
ning Georgia State business.
Members of the Georgia Legisla
ture have discussed impeachment
freely in debating whether they
could meet on their own call to
straighten the financial tangle that
followed failure of the last Legislature
to pass an appropriations bill.
Purpose In Question.
Representative Paul Lindsay said he
believed the Legislature could convene
on its own call for impeachment pur
poses, but State Senator Allen Chap
pell, who demanded of Senate Pres
ident Charles D. Redwine that a call
be issued, replied to questions of
ouster:
“I don’t want to say we will meet
for impeachment proceedings because
I don’t know what will come up.”
Redwine, known as a Talmadge fol
lower. has not responded to the Chap
pell demand.
The chief executive’s new funds
came cmeny irom me toiaie mgnway
Commission, which turned $1,850,000
to the Governor, and from a bank at
Rome, the only State depository which
has recognized the de facto treasury
officials named by Talmadge.
t Inner Vault Opened.
J. B. McDaniel, appointed State
treasurer after George B. Hamilton
was ousted, had access to the inner
vault this morning, for the 80-hour
time lock limit expired mechanically,
at midnight. But inside, Hamilton,
who set the lock when he was re
moved earlier in the week, left only
a deposit slip showing State funds
were in Atlanta banks under his name.
With the other money available, the
State cashier’s office was ready to
open for the first time since Monday
to handle emergency needs of various
State institutions.
SKELETON FROM LODGE
Found on Dump After Fire It Was
Cause of Mystery.
COLUMBUS. Ohio (A>).—George
Anderson found a skeleton on a dump
to which had been carted debris from
the Odd Fellows’ Hall fire that resulted
in death to five firemen, and police
/ hastily checked again to determine if
there had been still another casualty.
Odd Fellows came to their assistance.
The skeleton was part of their ritualis
tic equipment, they said.
LICENSES ISSUED
Eight Marriage Permits Are
Given Out at Leonardtown.
Special Dispatch to The btar.
LEONARDTOWN, Md„ February
28.—Marriage licenses have been is
sued here to the following eight cou
ples:
John Frank Graves, 26, of Dynard.
Md., and May Viola Morgan, 21, of
Washington. D. C.; William Stanislaus
Ferrell, 22. of Leonardtown and Mary
Ethel Hewitt, 19. of Valley Lee, Md.;
Joseph E. Douglas, 27, of Charlotte
Hall, Md., and Margurite Jennette
Gross, 16, of Charlotte Hall; Richard
Bernard Long, 37, of Leonardtown and
Ann Louise Fowler, 39, of Chaptico,
Md.; Charles Dolie Wood, 21, of St.
Marys City and Agnes Marie Dement,
j 19. of Callaway, Md.; Walter Alfred
| Higgs, Jr., 21, of Budds Creek and
Maria Jane Abell of Leonardtown,
Md.; William Jennings Bryan Buckler,
24, and Eleanor Agnes Pilkerton, 16, of
Oraville, Md., and Raymond Spencer
Webb, 22, of Hollywood, Md., and
Morganet Virginia McGill, 21, of
Hollywood.
Bomb Explodes in Circus.
Police of Geneva, Switzerland, are
searching for the unknown planter of
a bomb which exploded in a circus
and caused a near-panic among the
employes. Crude and evidently home
made, the bomb had been placed under
some animal cages. Circus hands ex
tinguished the blaze, but not before
valuable animals, including a 400
year-old crocodile, were injured or
badly frightened. Blown out of its
cage, a cobra wrapped Itself around
a radiator and was severely burned.
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Girl Flays 16 Instruments.
Sixteen-year-old Lilian Pavey of
Glasgow, Scotland, has just learned to
play her sixteenth instrument. She
started when 10 by mastering the
sousaphone. Next she learned to play
the saxophone, then the trumpet,
trombone, piccolo, piano-accordion,
Hawaiian guitar, tenor banjo, saw,
violin, organ, Spanish guitar, bagpipes,
violin-cello mandolin and finally the
drums. She plays from notes, and
as she learned each instrument 'she
read its history and acquired all other
information about it she could.
Murals Create Furore
Mordi Gassner’s mural “The Dignity of Man" drew the Are of a Cit
izens' Committee when it was exhibited at the Richmond, Va„ Academy
of Art. The committee sought legal action to block the exhibit. Gassner
is shSwn as he directed the hanging of the work as the show opened.
—A. P. Photo.
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SMALL LOTS...BROKEN SIZES...TODAY! TOMORROW!
QUANTITIES LIMITED—ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE! ALL SALES FINAL.
* NO APPROVALS, REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES—NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS *
WOMEN'S APPAREL
5 ANGORELLA FLEECE COATS; wine; sizes 14 to 18. Originally
$19.95 to $25 _... $9.85
3 COATS; trimmed with Kolinsky; sizes 37 Vi, 39 Vl and 42. Orig
inally $69.75 - $34.95
1 BLACK COAT with Persian Lamb; size 14. Originally $79.75_$39.95
1 BLACK COAT with Silver Fox; size 12. Originally $98.75_ $55
1 BLACK COAT trimmed with Persian Lamb; size 16. Originally
$59.75 ---$39.95
I BLACK COAT with Persian Lamb; size 12. Originally $59.75_$34.95
I BLACK COAT with Persion trim; size 16. Originally $89.75_$59.00
1 BROWN COAT with Kolinsky; size 38. Originally $89.75_ $49.95
4 BLACK COATS with Black Fox and Persian; sizes 18 and 20.
Originally $59.75 ---’_ $34.95
2 BROWN COATS with Skunk; size 20 and 40. Originally $69.75... $34.95
1 BLACK COAT with Persian; size 40. Originally $89.75 _$58.95
1 BLACK COAT with Hudson Seal;asize 4P/2. Originolly $65_$39.95
1 SPRING TOPCOAT; grey; size 20. Originally $25_ $7.95
2 HAND-LOOMED MUNRO TWEED COATS; Chesterfield styles; sizes
112 ond 18. Originolly $49.75_ $34.95
2 CAMEL'S HAIR COATS; natural; sizes 12 and 20. Originally
$39.75 - $26.95
20 SILK RAINCOATS; transparent; sizes 12 to 20. Originally $4.95 $2.85
16 DRESSES; misses' ond women's sizes 12 to 42. Originally $10.95
to $17.95_ $7.95
10 DRESSES for misses; sizes 14 to 20. Originolly $16.95_ $12.95
II DRESES; sizes 12 to 18. Originally $14.95 and $16 95-_$10.95
10 KNITTED SUITS; champocca, zephyr and chamois trimmed
models; sizes 12 to 20. Originally $16.95 to $22.75_ $7.95
* 8 SKIRTS; sizes 12 to 20. Originally $3.50 and $3.95_ $1.65
4 SKIRTS; sizes 12 ond 16. Originally $5.95_ $2.25
2 EVENING BAGS; gold and silver kid. Originally $7.50_... $2.25
2 SLIPOVER SWEATER; brown; size 32. Originally $2.95. $1
3 TWIN SWEATER SETS; sizes 34 and 40. Originally $5.95_ $2.95
4 TWIN SWEATER SETS; angoras; sizes 34 and 36. Originally
$14.95, now ____ $8.95
1 RIDING COAT; black; size 18. Originolly $22.75-. $8.95
9 SCARFS; triongles and squares. Originally $1_ 49e
8 SCARFS; triangles, squores and long styles. Originolly $1.95_ 95e
52 LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. Were 50c_ 23c
83 HANDKERCHIEFS. Were 25c_ 18c; 6 for $1
10 SILK SLIPS, PAJAMAS ond GOWNS. Onginally $3 95 to
$6.50..____ $2.79
MEN'S PAJAMAS
7 PAJAMAS; slightly soiled; were $1.95 ond $2.50_ _ $1.19
72 PAJAMAS; fancies; pullover and coat styles; were $1.95 ond
$2.50- $1.39
210 PAJAMAS; fancies and plain shades; were $2 to $3_ $1.68
114 PAJAMAS; fine sateens; were $3.50 to $5_ $2.69
123 PAJAMAS; celanese; ploin with self jacquarded effects; were
$6.50 - $2.98
38 SILK PAJAMAS and lounge suits; fine plain jacquarded effects;
were $7.95 to $10 _ $5.85
MEN’S ROBES, ETC.
8 ROBES; silk-lined brocades, in fancies; were $10 and $10.95_ $5.95
31 ROBES; silk-lined brocaded; also finer flannels; were $15_ $7.95
9 FLANNEL ROBES; were $8.95, $10 and $10.95-. $6.49
8 ROBES; outing robes; were $2_ 95e
5 FLANNEL COCKTAIL COATS; were $10 .. $6.49
1 MAROON CORDUROY HOUSE COAT; size 40; was $12.95. $6.49
6 WOOL HOUSE COATS; were $10__ $6.49
2 SILK HOUSE COATS; were $10 and $15. $6.49
8 SILK LOUNGE SUITS; were $15 -----. $7.95
** I SILK COCKTAIL COAT; was $35; size 40.$19.98
4 HOUSE COATS; all wool; were $6.95_ $3.89
16 SWEATERS; plain and foncy; were $3.50 and $4_ $2.49
37 SUEDE JACKETS; were $6.95__ $4.79
7 WINDBREAKERS; cocoa and grey; were $10.95 and $12.50_ $7.99
39 SWEATERS; zipper coat style; plain and fancies; $5 and $6._ $3.69
1 SWEATER VEST; size 44; was $5_—.. $3.69
45 HANDKERCHIEFS; fancy; were 35c. —...4 for 98c
215 HANDKERCHIEFS; plain white Irish linen; were 25c__5 for 98e
83 SILK HANDKERCHIEFS; plain and fancy effects; were $ 1_ 39c
27 BELTS; sport and ploin leather styles; were $1_ 39e
73 PAIRS GARTERS; single grip; were 50c__ 38c
46 PAIRS GARTERS; were $1 ... _ 58e
5 MUFFLERS; were $1.65 and $1.95____67c
21 PAIRS GLOVES; mochas, grey; clasp style; were $3_ $2.19
MEN'S UNDERWEAR
177 SHORTS OR SHIRTS; French backs. Were 75c_:_ 58c
186 MANHATTAN SHORTS OR SHIRT* by Robt. Reis.. 39c
35 PIECES UNDERWEAR; shorts, shirts, union suits; slightly soiled;
broken sizes. Were 39c to $4.50_Vi Price
82 UNION SUITS; nainsook. Were $ I_______ 69c
MEN'S SUITS
13 SUITS. Broken sizes. Were $25 and $30, now._SI6.85
21 SUITS. Broken sizes. Were $30, now_$19.85
38 SUITS. All sizes, Were $30 and $35, now_$24.85
16 SUITS. Broken sizes. Were $35 and $40, now_$27.85
102 SUITS.. All sizes. Were $35 and $40, now_ .$29.85
14 SUITS. Broken sizes. Were $40 and $45, now_$32.85
92 SUITS. All sizes. Were $40 and $45, now_$34.85
51 SUITS. All sizes. Were $50 and $60, now_$39.85
MEN'S OVERCOATS
9 OVERCOATS. Broken sizes. Were $30, now_$16.85
12 OVERCOATS. Broken sizes. Were $30 and $35, now_$19.85
58 OVERCOATS. All sizes. Were $30 and $35, now_ ..$24.85
10 OVERCOATS. Broken sizes. Were $35 and $40, now __ -$27.85
78 OVERCOATS. All sizes. Were $35 and $40, now_$29.85
11 OVERCOATS. Broken sizes. Were $40 and $45, now .... $32.85
49 OVERCOATS. All sizes. Were $40 and $45, now ..$34.85
92 OVERCOATS. All sizes. Were $50 ond $65, now.$39.85
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MEN'S TOPCOATS
13 TOPCOATS. Broken sizes. Were $30, now _$18.85
20 TOPCOATS. All sizes. Were $30 and $35, now.$24.85
11 TOPCOATS. Broken sizes. Were $35 ond $40, now__ $27.85
51 TOPCOATS. All sizes. Were $35 and $40, now_ .$29.85
89 TOPCOATS. All sizes. Were $40 and 45, now _... $34.85
MEN'S SHOES
52 PAIRS RALEIGH "8" SHOES;, tan and. black Calfskins; medium
and light weight; broken sizes, were $6 and $8_ $3.95
61 PAIRS RALEIGH "8" SHOES; Scotch Grains, block and tan; wing
tips and plain toes. Were $6.50 and $8_ $4.35
277 PAIR? RALEIGH SHOES; black and tan calfskins and cor
dovans; all sizes_ $4.95
99 PAIRS STA-SMOOTH SHOES; black and tan calfskin and Scotch
Grains. Were $8.50 and $9_ $6.95
17 PAIRS STA-SMOOTH SHOES; cordovans, plain and wing tip.
Were $10_ $7.35
79 PAIRS HANAN SHOES; cordovan and Scotch Groins. Were $10.50
and $12.50 __ $7.95
9 PAIRS ARCH-PRESERVER SHOES; black, one style only; sizes 9-A,
7-B, 8-B, 8V2-B, lO'/z-B, 6V2-C, 1 1-C, 6V2-D, IOV2-D. Were
$11.50- $7.95
14 PAIRS HANAN SHOES; Scotch Grains, heavy soles, wing tips.
Were $13.50_$10.65
19 PAIRS SLIPPERS; kid lined, soft soled; mule and opera styles; tan,
blue, green. Were $3.50_ $1.95
MENS HATS
72 RALEIGH HATS; broken sizes ond colors. Were $5_ $2.75
124 RALEIGH HATS; colors include buckskin, snow, ecru, bark. All
sizes. Were $5- $3.45
MEN'S SHIRTS
49 SHIRTS; broken sizes; were $1.65 ond $2; slightly soiled_ $1.19
83 SHIRTS; fancy collor attached and plain silks; broken sizes; were
$2.50 and $3.50.. $1.59
69 SHIRTS; white and plain colors; were $1.65_ $1.38
252 SHIRTS; fancy collar attached and to match. Were $2 and $2.50 $1.68
143 WHITE SHIRTS; white and fancy; were $2.50 to $3.50_-_$1.88
MEN'S NECKWEAR
274 NECKTIES; hand tailored; were $1 and $1.50_59c
39 DRESS TIES; white; were $1 and $1.50_Vi price
21 BOW TIES; were $1 ____ 79e
14 TIE AND HANDK'RCHIEF SETS; were $2.- 98c
MEN'S HOSE
252 PAIRS HOSE; fancy lisle, rayon and silk mixtures. Were 35c, •
50c and 65c.... 29«
133 PAIRS HOSE; pure silks, fancy lisles, shaggy winter weights. Were
50c and 65c-<- 39e
198 PAIRS HOSE; silks, lisles, wools. Were 75c, $1 and $1.50_ 53c
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