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Re-trouser A great help for your summer suit and very little out of your pocket book. All odd trousers are included. $3<!>o and $4.00 At 2.75 $=>.00 and $6.00 At 3.95 $7.70 $8.00 $10.00 At 5.75 ■ All Straw Hats All Mail Orders tilled A . . A„ ... .. . j One-third Off the same day received Children s Straws Half Off 1922 FIRST AVENUE. OFFICERS OF THE MONTGOMERY BLUES ■in. ii .. . ... - ■ .jji P"“ PI W. E. DOW Second Lieutenant. E. M. RICHBOURG, First Lieutenant. WILLIAM WEISS, Captain. TWO TRAGEDIES IN BUTLER COUNTY N. J. WESLEY KILLS ED. GARRETT AT BOLLING—TWO NEGROES KILL EACH OTHER AT SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION. Greenville, July 9.—(Special.)—Butler county had two tragedies Saturday, the particulars of them reaching this place yesterday. At Bolling, Ed Garrett was killed by N. J. Wesley. The latter runs R store with Mr. Bogan. Garrett was drinking and came in the store threatening Garrett. He was advancing on him with an open knife when Wesley picked up an iron pin and struck him. The blow killed Garrett. Wesley came to Greenville yes DR. A. J. MASSEY, DENTIST, over Jefferson County Savings Bank, Xlst St.. 2d Ave. Both phones U2t. LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA THE SEABOARD AIR UNERY. 'lhe Seaboard Air Line Railway an nounces the following low round trlj rates from Birmingham: Week End. Season Ohatchie, Ala.$1.71 $ 2.9C Borden Wheeler Springs.$2.75 $ 4.60 Piedmont Springs.$2.48 $ 4.15 Harris Llthia Spgs. S. C.. $15.95 Wrightaville, N. C. $25.30 Moorehead City, N. C... $30.35 Ocean View, Va.) Olu Point, Va.) $33.40 Virginia Beach, Va.) Portsmouth, Va. $33.40 Baltimore, Md. $36.60 Atlantic City, N. J. $46.80 Asbury Park, N. J. $47.80 Saratoga Springs, N. Y., $44.00 New York City. $45.60 Double daily trains, making quick time to all points East. Cafe Diners, Meals a la Carte. Pullman reserva tions made on application. Our Interchangeable JV^ilage Books are a great purchase, also good on 24 different rail and steamer lines Next thii g to a pass. For further information al^ress JACK w. JOHNSON, Dist. Paas. Agt Bell Phone 2382. MESSENGER BOYS WANTED. Regular work to good boys. \pply to MOTOR CYCLE MESSENGER SERVICE. 1914 Fourth Avenue. terday to give himself up to the sheriff, but Sheriff Hartley was out of town in vestigating the murder at Glascow, so Wesley returned home. Near Glascow’, seven miles southeast of here, a Sunday school convention of negroes was in session Saturday, a large crowd in attendance. A bad feeling be tween two of the darkies, Ike Ruffin and Will Briggs, resulted in a quarrel on the grounds. Ruffin had a hatchet, Briggs a pistol. Two other negroes held Ruffin, who was attempting to reach Briggs. At last Briggs told the others to turn him loose and lot him come. As Ruffin ad vanced Briggs began firing, the balls enterin gthe body. Briggs was also shot by some one else and fell. Ruffin reached him and rained blows on him with a hatchet, then he himself fell and soon afterward died from his wounds. Briggs w'as severely wounded, probably fatally so. A two week s revival at the Christian church closed last night. A number of accessions were added to the church. The Rev. V. L. Graves, state evangelist for . Texas, preached able and Interesting sei)» | mons to large crowds throughout the ser vices. The music wfas under direction of Miss Lena Bentley of Oxford, who pre sided at the organ. Charlie Williams of Birmingham has returned home after a visit to his old j home and friends. Death In Columbus, Miss. Columbus, Miss.. July 9.—(Special.)—Mrs. M. S. Bradford, daughter of the late Dr. Mathews, died at her home on south Fifth street after having been a long suf ferer . She leaves three children. Miss i Marrianne Bradford, Messrs. Sanders and Jack Bradford and many other relatives and friends who deeply regret her death. Mrs. Helen R. Garner, for many years ! resident of Columbus, died at her ‘home in j this city this morning after a short ill ness. The remains will be taken to Mo bile, Ala., the home of her girlhood, in the morning and the Interment will be in that city. Mrs. Garner was well known and highly esteemed. She has always been very prominently connected In all matters both socially and religiously and she en joyed the friendship of a host of peo ple. In her immediate family she Is sur vived by only one daughter, Miss Charles Garner. Planning for the Editors. Gadsden, July 9.—(Special).—The com- , mittee on entertainment from the Com mercial club, the local members of the Press association and Secretary Jacob Pepper man of the association met this morning in the office of Secretary Mc Mullen of the Commercial club, and dis cussed ways and means of entertaining the visitors during their meeting here on the 25th and 2Hth of July. A special com- 1 mittee, consisting of Addison Dynch, Sey mour Jordan and W. P. Hofferbert. were appointed on hotel accommodations. Sec- 1 retary Pepperman announced that he would complete the business programme and forward tt to the local committee, who will distribute the social events for j the two days so they will no>t conflict ! with the business sessions. THROUGH CARS TO EAST LAKE CASINO. Leave corner of 2d avenue and 18th street every evening at 8, 8:12, 8:24, and go through without stop. There in time for . the show—Quick travel ing, thi MILLS ARE INCREASING. Three New Lumber Mills Being Built Within Three Miles of Maplesville. Maplesville, July 9.—(Special).—It seems as *the price of lumber declines, the num ber of mills Increase. There are three new mills being built within three miles of Maplesville, and the Twin Tree Lum ber company have just Installed an up-to date gang at their large mill, situated at this place, and l»esldes shortage of labor, they are having some serious ill ness among the force they have. This morning at the Latham mill be ing erected on the Walker place across the creek, Henry Fisher, who lives In Maplesville, who is logging for this mill, had his left thigh broken by a falling tree. The crops in this section are suffering badly for rain. There are some places they had rain and the crops look well. Gadsden Gets New Pitchers. Gadsden, July 9.—(Special.-—Manager Leath of the local ball team has signed two new pitchers, “Tack” Jones of Day ton, Tenn., and Mark Rich of Menloe, Ga Both men come recommended as some thing extra good, and the local team hopes to pull themselves out of the hole. I*t was deemed advisable to start with something they were sure of defeating, so as to keep their spirit up until they could get a good start, and Guntersvllle was signed for three games, beginning next Wednesday. Bad Stomach Makes Bad Blood. You can not make sweet butter In a foul, unclean churn. The stomach serves ;vs a churn in which to agitate, work up and disintegrate our food as it Is being digested. If it be weak, sluggish ana foul the result will be torpid, sluggish liver and bad, impure blood. The ingredients of Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery are just such as best serve to correct and cure all such de rangements. It is made up without a drop of alcohol In Its composition: chem ically pure, triple-refined glycerine being used instead of the commonly employed alcohol. Now this glycerine is of Itself a valuable medicine. Instead of a deleteri ous agent like alcohol, especially In the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia and the various forms of indigestion. Prof. Finley Kllingwood, M. D.. of Bennett Medical College, Chicago, says of it: "In dyspepsia It serves an excellent pur pose. * * * it Is one of the best manufact ured products of the present time in Its action upon enfeebled, disordered stomachs; especially If there Is ulceration or catarrhal gastritis (catarrhal Inflammation of stomach), li Is a most efticteni preparation. Glycerine will relievo many cases of pyrosis (heartburn) and excessive gastric acidity. It Is useful In chronic intestinal dyspepsia, especially the flatulent variety, and In certain forms of chronic constipation, stimulating the secre tory and excretory functions of the Intestinal glands." When combined, in just the right propor tions. with Golden Seal root. Stone root, Black Cherryburk, Queen's root. Blood root and Mandrake root, ortheextractsof these, as in I)r. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery, there can be no doubt of its great efficacy in the cure of all stomach, liver and intestinal disorders and derange ments. These several ingredients have the strongest endorsement In all such -ases of such eminent medical leaders as Prof. K. Bartholow. M. D., of Jefferson Med ical College. Chicago: Piof. Hobart A. Hare, M. I)., of Medical Department. University of Pa ; Prof. Laurence Johnson. M. D.. Medical Department, University of New York; Prof Edwin M. Hale. M. D., Hahnemann Medical College.Clucago; Prof. John M Scudder, M D and Prof John King. M. D . Authors of the American Dispensatory, and scores of others among the leading medical men of our land. Who can doubt the curative virtues of a medicine the ingredients of which have such a prvfrMlnnal endorsement ? Constipation cured by Doctor Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. One or two a dose. EDUCATORS WHIT NEW SCHOOL LIS Meeting is Being Held in Tuscaloosa SECOND GOES INTO CAMP Important Decision Is Reached In the Matter of Payment of Counsel In Back Tax Cases—Other Montgomery News. Montgomery, July 9.—(Special).—Much Interest is felt here In the meeting of educators, which opened In Tuscaloo»a to day. This Is a session of leading school men who have in view the betterment of the general conditions, but aVe assembled particularly to discuss school laws and the prospect of school legislation at the next meeting of the state legislature. State Superintendent I. W. Hill and his chief clerk, Harry C. Gunnells, are at the meeting, which was called at the in stance of the members of the exelictlve committee of the Alabama Educational association, of which \V. R. Harrison of ! Union Springs is chairman. The reason for calling the meeting in Tuscaloosa lies in the fact that many of the leading teachers of the state are there attending the summer school at the university. It is also well to have it there, because Judge J. J. Mayfield, who is codifying the state laws, lives there, and can be called In and consulted about the various laws which cross and recross each other as a result of the legislation that has been going on for some years. State Superintendent I. W. Hill Is very anxious that the situation as regards the school laws be fully understood by all the teachers before the meeting of the next session of the legislature. Laws Desired. Among the laws desired are better reg ulations for .taking the census, it now l>e ing so that great difficulty is experienced In ascertaining the number of children in the state who are of school age. An other law much desired Is one w'liich will prevent adverse? possession running against school lands. This has been the cause of great losses to the state In the years past, and with the coming of twenty years after the granting of the indemnity sections, the losses will be greater. The administration of Governor Jelks has been one of note for school advance ment. Dast year the state expended $1,123,781 in the free schools, and for the five years from 1900 to 1905. $5,424,826. For the five years preceding 1906, the state spent in this cause $3,136,162, in the neigh borhood of $21,000,000 gain for the one period against the other. A well known edu cator writing the governor this week, said of ills record along this line: "The remarkable impetus which the cause of education has attained during your administration would be sufficient to chara.ctonize you as the school gov ernor of Alabama, if it were not that similar development and progress has been achieved In almost all other executive departments." Important Ruling. An Important decision has been reached by Auditor J. M. Carmichael, on the ad vice of Attorney General Ma-ssey Wilson, in the matter of payment for counsel In back ta.x cases. The law now is that when the back tax commissioner employs counsel the counsel so appointed is al lowed 10 per cent of the receipts. The Bell wood Dumber company has been incorporated at Bell wood, In Ge- j neva county, with capital of $15,000. J. T. Duncan and others are Interested. The company has acquired a good tract of timber. A new company at Slocomb is the Met calfe Hanlwam company, which has cap ital of $6000. P. M. Metcalfe is the lead ing spirit in the movement. Slocomb, by the way. is coming along at a rapid rate. The business men are now arranging to build a line of road from that place to 1 fin card to save a lo-ng haul from the other points now desired to bo reached. The Home Telegraph company has been organized at Jasjer. with J. N. Orlom as one of the incorporators. It is to build and own and operate local phone system**. The Southern Paving and Construction ; company has been authorized to do busi ness in Alabama, with R. E. Steiner of tills city as Alabama agent. The com pany he«xlquarters are in Charleston, W. Va. Samuel Sulzbacker. in Montgomery, and H. C. Hendley of Carbon Hill have been ! appointed notaries public. No School Merger. Brie Pssttus, a prominent young Ala bama lawyer, whose home Is In Lime stone county, was here today on legal business. Speaking of the proposition to combine the Methodist schools of the state, he said: "So far as the Athens Female college Is concerned. 1 do not think there will be tiny combining. It Is a wonder to everybody who knows anything of the situation how well Miss Mary Moore has done with the school. She has been able to get everything she asked In the way of Improvements, and lias discovered how to secure the girls. The school Is doing well, and there Is no sentiment In mo town that would for a moment stand for losing Miss Moore and the school. I do not think Montgomery need ever expect the consolidation.” Judge B. C. Jones of Bessemer, grand chancellor of the order of Knights of Pythias in Alabama. Is here today, hav ing come to pay a visit to Central Lodge No. 9. He Is greatly pleased with the progress of the order in the state. Since he came Into office new lodges have been organized at Dudleyville, James and Nota sulga, and several others are reported on the way. Second to Camp. A special train today took the Mont gomery companies and several other com panies near Montgomery to SAIma for the annual encampment of the Second regi ment, which begins there this afternoon. Col. C, II. Brlcken expects to have at least duo men In camp. This regiment will be in camp till next Monday, when they will return home. The companies composing this regiment are: Company A. Montgomery Greys, Capt. B. II. Jackson; Company L). Moni gomery Blues, (’apt. W. F. Weiss; Com pany B, Union Springs, Capt. A. H. Fca gin; Company B. Birmingham, Capt. Chase Perkins; Company C, Selma, Capt. K. M. Cothran; Company F. Tuscaloosa, Capt. J. E. Walker: Company M. Domop ( lls, Capt. B. G. Wilson; Company G, Eli faula, Capt. K. B McKenzie; Company 11, Opelika, Capt. C. P Stowe; Company K, Tuskegee. ('apt. George W. Griffin; Company 1, Luverne, (’apt. W. It. Routon, and Company L. Girard, (’apt. M. <’. Bal lou. The members of Colonel Brlcken’s stalf are: Capt. William W. Brame, Jr., ad Jutant; Capt. J. A. Holmes, Jr., Instructor of the guaui; Copt. William A. Collie", ordnance officer; AiaJ li. B. Kirkpatrick, chief surgeon, and Capt. B M. Kendrick and C»pt._ R. S. Chapman, assistant sur geons; the Rev. J T. Mangum. Tallassee, chaplain; (.’apt, 11. H. Peacock. Opelika, inspector of rifie practice, and Capt. .1. Hunt Taylor and Capt. Frank G. Taylor I of Montgomery, respectively commissary I WHOLE FAMILY EATS POISON ICE CREAM Had Been Made in Tin Lard Bucket SELMIANS ASPHYXIATED Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein Have Narrow Escape In New York. Other News of Selma. Selma, July 9.—(Special,)—From partak ing of Ice cream made In a tin lard bucket twelve persons were Beriously affected Saturday night and yesterday. Saturday Officer J. P, Blanton had to dinner a number of his relatives, consisting be sides himself and wife and four children, his brother, C. J. Blanton, and three children, his father-in-law. W. o. Hut ledge, of Summerfleld, his brother-in-law. Will Rutledge, of this city. All of these except Mr. Blanton, partook of the Ice cream, as did also a negro servant, and all who ate the frozen substance were seized with pains In the stomach, and nausea followed by high fever. The peculiar circumstance Is that C. J. Blan ton was taken 111 Saturday night about 10 o'clock and every other person who ate the cream was taken sick between 8 and 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Two of the children of Officer J. P. Blanton were critically ill all day yesterday. One of these was a little girl only about 2 years old and the other was a boy about 14 years of age. They were so critically affected that convulsions followed and their lives were dlspalred of for a while. There was every evidence of ptomaine poisoning exhibited by all of the twelve persons who ate the cream, and the poslon was undoubtedly brought forth by the making of the cream In a tin vessel. Selmian Had Narrow Escape. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein, well known and wealthy residents of this city, had a narrow escape from death at Avon Staten Island in New York a few nights ago. They retired at a hotel in that city, leaving the gas In their apart ment burning. During the night the wind blew out the gas and the fumes over came them. But for the fact that parties occupying the adjacent quarters discov ered the odor of gas and notified the of fice, whereupon an Investigation was made, Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein would have died. They were unconscious when dis covered and It was with difficulty that they were resuscitated. Will Shoot for a Medal. Major V. B. Atkins of the First cav alry squadron, which will encamp In this city next week, announced this morning that a medal would be awarded the best mark made at target practice. The medal will be a beauty and the plan it to have It shot for each year. "Troop C" has a medal awarded by J. L. Schwelzer, which has before been shot for. and this medal will also be shot for this year. The target range has been laid out and I he marksmanship of the members or both the Infantry und the cavalry will be tested. Captain H. B. Peacock is Inspector of rifle practice for the infantry and Captain Henry Frane lich holds the same office with the cavalry. Local and Personal. Walter S. White, a candidate for as sociate railroad commissioner, was a vls ator to Selma today. Mr. Jjinies McKenzie has returned from a pleasant visit to Washington, New York and other points of Interest. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dunnaway of On ville passed through tile city today en route to Monteagle, Tonn., to spend the summer. Many Candidates in Gadsden. Gadsden, July 9.— (Special).—Gadsden was again yesterday and today the Mecca for candidates for state offlees, and seems to be very popular in this respect. Among those here today were: Judge John It. Tyson, ex-Govemor William C. Oats, Wil liam C. Fitts, John G. Harris, B. B. Comer and Robert J. Lowe. Most of the gentlemen were on their way to Center In Cherokee county, where circuit court convenes today. William Cowan Dead. Godsden. July 9—(Special).—William Cowan, one of the most prominent citi zens of this county, died at his home Sat urday evening about eighteen miles from this city, aged IK years. The funeral services were held from the residence this morning at 10 o'clock. Mr. Cowan Is survived by his wife and two sons. Eugene of Varnado, La., and Gue of this city. and quartermanter, and Sergeant Major J. H. Paterson. The following are the majors: Maj. E. F. Baber. Jr.; Maj. G. O. Dickey and Maj. <T. H. Seals. Colonel Bricken will this afternoon issue orders prohibiting gambling and drunken ness and other important orders. The companies go this year fully pre pared for the encampment, many taking well known chefs with them. Many of the officers’ wives accompanied them, and others will go later. Better Insurance Rate. Another step was taken Saturday in the effort being made by the Commercial club to effect reduction In the basis rale of Insurance for the city of Montgomery. In response to the recent request of the club made upon the Southeastern Tar iff association at Atlanta, a representa tive of inspection department from A‘ Ianta. Mr. Hoagland, came to Montgomery i last week and spent Saturdny In confer ence with officials of the Commercial club and the city government. He made a special examination Into tha conditions existing in the business district from a fire lighting standpoint, noting the Improvements In water supply already made and those In contemplation by the city. Every facility for a thorough ex amination and assistance generally was rendered by the city officials and all of ! Saturday afternoon was devoted to the work. REMEMBER, FOLKS That as soon as you notice the first ' symptoms of a disordered Stomach, I.iver, Kidney or Bowels you can save yourself a lot of unnecessary suffering |>y inking a few doses of iho celebrated HOSTETTER STOMACH BITTERS without any delay. Our 53 years' rec ord of cures is the beat guarantee of its merit. It cures Indigestion, Oys pepsia, Costiveness, Biliousness, Heart burn, Flatulency, Cramps, Diarrhoea, Female Ills or Malaria, Fever and Aj;ue / "Lest We Forget” LIPTON’S CEYLON TEA Prize Winner of the World Best Known to Man Direct From the Gardens Can be had at the following well-known grocers: Birmingham, Ala. Ant. Uietlien, 4th and 20th St Fox Sons & Smith Co., 182K and 1830 4th Ave. Fowlkes & Myatt Co.. 412 and 414 N. 20th St Hillman Grocery Co., 1 ‘>23 4th Ave. H..Lowenthal, 329 19th St. J. 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