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Only Persons Present PresentDul t During ng Trial TriWee Were En Entourage EnLourageof n niourage ¬
tourage Lourageof of Late L JfeGrand Grand Duke Duk and andCo andCoTwo CounselTwo Counsel ConseITwo
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PRISONER OF WAR WARWOT WARNOT WARNOT
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DO SO BY REVOLUTIONARY REVOLUTIONARYCOMMITTEE REVOLUTIONARYCOMMITTEE REVOLUTIONARYCOMMITTEEDATE
COMMITTEE COMMITTEEDATE DATE OF EXECU EXECUTION EXECUTION EXECUTION ¬
TION HAS NOT YET BEEN FIXED FIXEDBY FIXEDDY
BY COURT COURTBy COURTBy
By Associated Press PressMoscow Pressloow PressTocow
Moscow April 18 18Kalele Kaleieef f accus accused accused accused ¬
ed of the murder of Grand Duke Ser SerginE Sergins Srg1ti
gins g1ti was tried in the supreme supre ecoarr ecoarrroday court courtunlay courttoday
today antf an given the death sentence sentenceThe sentenceThe sentenceThe
The only onl persons present during the thetrial thetdal thetiaI
trial were members of the entourage entourageof
of the late Grand Duke Sergius and andcounsel andcounsel andcounsel
counsel of whom fwo were assigned assignedto
to the prisoner prisonerWhen prisonerWhen prisonerWhen
When Kaleieef was arraigned he hereplied hereplied hereplied
replied I am not a criminal and andyou andyou andyou
you are not ot my m judges I am your yourprisoner yourprisoner our ourprisoner
prisoner we have civil c1vilwarso war so I am ama amaprisoner a aprisoner aprisoner
prisoner of war not a criminal criminalTwelve crimlnae crimlnaefuelve crlmlnalTwelve
Twelve witnesses were examined examinedPrevious examinedPreious examinedPrevious
Previous to toxglving giving sentence thepresident the thepresident thepresident
president of the court asked Kaleleef Kaleleefif
if he would wou1 repeat the crime if he heaere h here hEere
aere ere given his liberty llb rty and he said saidWithout saIdWithout saidVItbout
Without doubt I would W ou J d repeat r peat it If so soordered sooriered
ordered by b the revolutionary commit commitee
ee to which I am attached attachedYhen attachedWhen attachedVhen
When the sentence of death wasf3 wasjaed was waspa
pa jaed ed edKaJeIecf Kaleieef shouted shout boutedxeCUte boutedxeCUteyour EXecute Brecuteyour EXecutejor
your judgment as openly as a I have havebefore havebefore iavebefore
before the eyes of f all allThe aUThe allThe
The date of the lheexecutlon execution was not notjiamea notnameQ notnamec
jiamea jiameaTOWN nameQTOWN namecTOWN
TOWN FIRED FIREDBY fiREDBY MRLDBY
BY ROBBERS ROBBERSHALF
HALF OF CLENDON W VA DE DESTROYED DESTROYED DESTROYED ¬
STROYED AND MANYSTORES MANYSTORESLOOTED MANysTORESLOOTEDI MANVSTORESLOOTEDINCENDIARIES
LOOTED LOOTEDINCENDIARIES LOOTEDINCENDIARIESMAY INCENDIARIES INCENDIARIESMAY NCENDIARI ES ESMAY
MAY BE LYNCHED LYNCHEDIF LYNCHEDIFCAUGHT
IF IFCAUGHT IFCAUGHTBy CAUGHT CAUGHTBy
By Associated Press PressCharleston PressCharleston PressCharleston
Charleston W Va April 18 18A 18Afin 18Afrp A AHrp
fin > of incendiary origin today de destrcyetj detroy deflrcyej
strcyetj troy > rj half hal the town of Clenden near nearten neJ1teTe nearer
ten er Twelve business houses were wereburned wereburned wereburned
burned The robbers used dynamite to toMow tJlow t tiow
Mow the safe in one store The ThetJuevfs ThethpfS Thethevrs
tJuevfs were discovered but made madeiitr made1Jr mader
iitr r escape eape and are being pursued by
Hoo U0tI hounds The community is israch isIlurh isch
rach ch excited and there is talk of ofiTuiing of1nhin ofiidng
iTuiing 1nhin iidng Several stores were rob robbed
bed
CORRESPONDENCE CORRESPONDENCEWITH CORIffSPONDNCWITh
WITH IT MOROCCO MOROCCORELATIVE
RELATIVE TO PERDICARIS CASE CASEGIVEN CASEGIVEN CASEGIVEN
GIVEN OUT IN GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENTRED
RED BOOK FOR 1904 1904By 1904By 1904By
By Associated Press PressWashington Pressahngton
Washington April 18 I8AddItional Additional Additionalof
chac Cha of the Red Book for 1904 104uIl5Iic
5 r4 Public at the state department
to t3 3 include severely edited and ex
trsrtj t Lz n 1 notes between this govern governianl governaM governand
and Morocco The Netherlands Netherlandsi
KC4 V ania i Costa Rica and an Salvador Salvadorrrespondence SalvadorI
T
I rrespondence with Morocco MoroccoEirely
ft rtcr < Eirely to the Perdicaris Perdi aris inci incih
dt h department cautiously utlousl re reJroni rea
fa
1 a Jroni making public any of oftrcsring ofi
A 4 i trcsring representations of the ther therepresentative
r L representative at Tangier Tangierthe langi r rthe
> the political situation in inry inry inry
ry Following is the official
1 ra
4 j r 1 of the famous Perdicaris Perdicarisj PerdicarisRaisuli
2
j Haisuli dead telegram sent sentary sentp sentary
p ary < In Hay Ha or orloroccan last June which whichMoroccan whIchMoroccan
Moroccan government pro p prowhen
f 0 rv taris when even ev n the pres presarships presarhips
arships 3 hips had not availetf availetfHay availeci
It 1 Hay i y states that this goven govenw gov n nVfl
w Vfl nis n Perdicaris alive or orFurther Rai RaiFurther RalFurther
Further than this least leastimplications leastj leastTpICat1Ofls
implications j with Morocco Moroccol
l t ers is desired d siredMr Mr Gum Gums
s nsructed n ructed not to arrange for forr forlarines forZiarines
i
r marines or seizing custom customs customvajut
1 s wuout the departments spe
i Lrh reTijnsn LrfIjnsntsponden reTijnsnX > Jns JnsrrSpondent
X < l rr spondenfc < shows that the theantls th thtr
tr pI3nds antls government has refused refusedthe refusedt
t the > request of the Washing V ash Ing Ingt
t eminent that thatit it be bealloe allowed to toofficers toUllltirs
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officers of the United UnIt States
health and marine m e idspitaL h spltaI
By Associated Press PressNew pressrN PressNew
New N a w Orleans April 18 I8Business I8Businessinterests 18BusinesSinterests Business
interests of New NewOrleans Orleans are re in con conference
ference today with withSpecial Special Commis Commissioner Commissioner ¬
sioner J J L Bristow who w o was appoint appointed ¬
ed by the presidentteto Investigate Ine3tlgatetrade Investigatetrade Inve3tlgatetrade
trade relations between betw en the United UnitedStates I IStates
States and Europe and an the western westerncoasts westerncoasts I Icoasts
coasts of Central and South America Americaby Americab Americaby
by b and over the Isthmus of Panama PanamaWhile PanamaWhll
While here he will ascertain what in interest interest Interest ¬ I
terest New Orleans has in transports fntransportation transportation transportstion ¬
tion by bYWay way of Panama Fan ama probably proba lY in the thematter thematter
matter of transportation of canal sup supplies supplie3 supplies ¬ j
plies and the transportation of com commercial commercial cornmercial ¬
mercial freight to all points on the thePacific thePaclfic i iiPaclflc
Pacific coast coastot of the United States StatesCentral StatesCentral StatesCentral
Central and South America It Itvai ItvaiexplaIned was wasexplained wa waexplained
explained to Mr Bristow BrIst w that Ute Uteboard
board of trade tradeespecialldesired especially desired an anopportunity ani aniopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to bid on all the contracts contractsof j jof
of the government and then to t have haveequal havaequal haveequal I
equal transportation facilities with withNew wthNe wIthNew
New Ne York even if transports of f the iheigovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government have tw tO be put in service servicebetween servicebetween
between New Orleans and an the Isth Isthmus Isthmuse Isthmus
mus Mr Ir Bristowwill Brlatow will visit other therguli therguliports gulf gulfports gulfports
ports on his present trip tripJOE tripJOE tripJOE
JOE JEffERSONNEAR JEFFERSON JEFFERSONNEAR JUftRSONNAR
NEAR TO DEATWELL DEATH DEATHWELL
WELL KNOWN ACTOR EXPECTED EXPECTEDTO EXPECTEDTO
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I TO Tb PASS TO THE GREAT BE BEYOND BEYOND BEYOND ¬
YOND AT ANY MINUTE MINUTEBy M MINUTEBy N TE TEBy
By Associated Ass clated Press PressWest Pre PreW PresLWest
West W estP Palm alJD BeachApril18 Beach Each Apr1118At prI18 At9 At9o At 9 9slowly 9ofIock
o ofIock lock toIJlghtr tonlghL Joh eph Jefferson J tferson Is Issl Isslowly
slowly sl wJysinking sinking and may maylp3ssaway m ypas pass away at atany atany t tany
any time tttpeH tttpeHis H His wife and sonsCharl sonsCharland sons Charlie Charlieand Charlieand
and PrankareahiebedafdeexpecUng PrankareahiebedafdeexpecUngthe Prank areatlli6bed are at hIbedfdeexpecUug hIbedfdeexpecUugthe rde xp lIng lIngthe
the worst It is ij > believed believedto to be b only onlyamatter onlYamatterot onlyamatter
amatter amatterot of a hours h < turse j
ADMIRAL TOGO TOGOtJLL ToGoqLL WILL NOT NOTFIGHT NOTFIGHT NOTFIGHT
FIGHT ENTIIISSQUADIlD ENTIIISSQUADIlDBut ENTIRE SQUA SQUADRON DRON DRONBut
3 3But
But Will Continue Contin Cautious TacticsWhich TactiC lIihichChtlrctrized Characterized Attack Attackon
on n Port PortArthurFeet Arthur Fleet and Harrass Harr ss the Russians RussiansWith Rusi Russins RussinsWith ns nsWith
With Torpedo Torp do Boat Bo < at Flotilla
NAN PATTERSONS P THIRD THIRDTRIAL TUIRDIRI4lBE64NYESTfRDAY THIRDTRIAL
TRIAL IRI4lBE64NYESTfRDAY IRI4lBE64NYESTfRDAYr BEGAN BOANYLSTIRDAY BOANYLSTIRDAYPRISONER YESTERDAY YESTERDAYPRISONER
PRISONER PERSONALLY DIRECTED DIRECT ED EDsLECTON SELECTION OF JURORS FOR FORDEFENSEvAND FORDEFENSEAND FORDEFENSEIAND
DEFENSEvAND THREE WERE W RE ACCEPTED ACCEPTEDATTORNEY ATTORNEY JEROME JEROMEMADE JEROMEMADE JEROMEMADE
MADE CHARGES AGAINST GAINST COUNSEL COU NSEL OF J MORGAN SMITH
By Associated Press PressNew PressNew Pres8New
New York April 18 lSThe The third trial trialof trialof rlal rlalof
of Nan NanP Patterson t erson the show girl charg charged ¬
ed with WlthkiIUng killing Caesar Young in ina inacab a acab acab
cab in this city r y last summer summer was call called caHeQ calle ¬
ed e in the court of general sessions to6aY to ¬
day Two hundred talesmen were In Incourt Incourt Incourt
court for selection ona on a special panel paneland paneland paneland
and three had been selected when whencourt whencourt
court adjourned for tbe day
The he former actress personally di directed directed directed ¬
rected the selection of jurors for the thedefense thedefense thedefensC
defense defenseIn
In the same court earlier in the thana thanabefore day da dabefore
before Judge Ju ge Foster District Attorney AttorneyJerome AttorneyJerom AttorneyJeromE
Jerome charged that J 1 Morgan lIQrganSmith lIQrganSmithand Smith Smithand Smithand
and wife wi were w were rebf bjr advice of o counsel counselkept counselkept counselkept
kept out of the the1t1ri the3urisdiction Jurisdiction diction of the New NewYork NewYori
York rk icourta lIt1ttJeromesaid Jerome said he would wouldproduce wouldproduce wouldproduce
produce the evidence upon which he hebased hebased hebased
based his allegation
New York Baptist PreacherRoasts Preacher peacherRoasts
Roasts Jno Jn D Rockefeller
f
By Associated Press PressNew PressNew PressNew
New York April IS 1SThere There Is a amoral aOr amoril
moral Or l quality in in money mone Judas sold soldthe SOldtIre soldthe
the Saviour for 30 pieces of silver silverThat slIverThat silverThat
That Is 510 in our money Do you yousuppose yoiSuppose OU OUsuppose
suppose Judas is the only person who whohas whohas whohas
has betrayed the Saviour for 510 510Every 510Eyeryman 51OEyery
Every Eyeryman man who takes ta1 es money from his hisneighbor hisneighbor hisneighbor
neighbor without equivalent equiv lEnt is istraying s be betraying betraying ¬
traying his Master declared Rev RevGeorge RevGeorge RevGeorge
George F FPentecost Pentecost in a sermon at atthe atthe atthe
the Madison Avenue Baptist Church Churchon
on the thesubject subject of socalled utainted utaintedmoney tainted taintedmoney taintedmoney
money moneySome moneySome moneySome
Some people he h continued continueduask continueduaskwhy ask askWhy askwhy
Why need we Inquire into the color colorof coloror colorof
of imoneywhether 1npgey moey whether wh ther it t be clean cle n or F dirty dirtyso
so long as it be giyen to God for the thealtar thealtarsanctifles thealtar
altar altarsanctifles sanctifies thegitt thegittul1ionot the gift giftI
ul1ionot I do not hesjlate to < sayJhatthii sayJhatthiiis sa pu hatthIa hatthIais tJ 8 8is
is the most immoral doctrine i lever leverheard ever everheard everheard
heard There is i more in in the Bible Bibleabout BibJeabout Bibleabout
about money than regeneration or for
First Shooting A Affray AffrayDuring ffray ffrayDuring ifrayDuring
During Chicago Strike
By Associated Assoc ted Press PressChicago PressChicago PressChicago
Chicago April 18 ISShootIng Shooting during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the present strike occurred for the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time this afternoon A clerk clerkin clerkIn clerkIn
in the Atlantic Hotel at atShc Sherman mananil mananilVan and andVan andVan
Van Buren streets was at first said saidto saidto saidto
to have fired two shots at a union unionpicket unIonpicket unionpicket
picket who whoha had entered the hotel h teLThe The
NEW ORLEANS IS ISAFTER ISAfTER ISAFTLR
AFTER BUSINESS BUSINESSCONFERENCE BUSINESSCONFERENCE BUSINESSCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE BEING HELD WITH WITHCOMMISSIONER WITHCOMMISSIONERBRISTOW WITHCOMMISSIONER
COMMISSIONER COMMISSIONERBRISTOW COMMISSIONERBRISTOWREGARDING BRISTOW BRISTOWREGARDING BRISTOWREGARDING
REGARDING ISTHMIAN ISTHMIANCONTRACTS ISTHMIANCONTRACTS ISTHMIANCONTRACTS
CONTRACTS
1 giveness gIven ss We must ask how God Go has hastold hasI I Itold
I told us to get money and to use mon money monoey money ¬
ey eyThe
The richest man in the world Dr DrPentecost DrPentecost DrPentecost
Pentecost declared has been said saidto saldto I Ito
to hold from five hundred hundred to one thousand thousand thou thousand ¬
sand millions of dollars dollarsHe dollarsHe
He has given he said in charity cbarit cbaritI r
28000000 during his life and some somepeople somepeople sompeople I
people hail him therefore as one onet onethe of ofthe > r rthe
the greatest benefactors of modern moderntimes modemtimes modenitimes
times They have haveraked raked over his Ufa Ufawith ltfewith IUEWith
with a fine tooth comb and this is the theresult theresult
result I i tell you It is isn nd more for forthat forthatparticuJar forthat
that thatparticuJar particular gentleman to have haye giv given given given ¬
en that enormous sum than It would wouldbe ould ouldbe L Lbe
be for the man with an income of
500 a year to give 5 5ccnts cents a year yearIf yearf
f If the Lord has so prospered nlm nlmas 1iImlUl 1ilnaa
as tqgiv tq giv > hint the thehlghgeninsthe thehlghgeninstheblgh th aigh igh genius the thehigh t1r
high integrity Inte ity to make so sogreatticr sogreatticresthe jr greatrich greatriches Mr1ch Mr1ches ¬
es esthe the 128500000 is not benevolence benevolenceIt benevolenceitls
It itls is a mere paltry excuse
shots missed the picket and d struck ruci
Walter Klager in the thigh It is isnot isnot i 3 3not
not thought thoughtthat that the wound is dan dangerous dangerous dangerous ¬
gerous Charles O Kerer was later laterarrested laterarrested r rarrested
arrested and charged with the shoot ¬
ing He is not employed at the hotel hotel1but
but was a driver 1ilive on one of J V Far Farwells FarweWs Farwells
wells wagons which delivered a load loadof I Iof
of goods to the Ward building
CHIPLEY HAS HASNEW ULSNEW
NEW INDUSTRY INDUSTRYPLANT r
PLANT OF A AYCOCK COCK BROS LUM LUMBER LUMBER ¬
BER CO NEARLY COMPLET COMPLETED OOMPLETEDWILL CQMPLETEDWILL ¬
ED EDWILL WILL EMPLOY 150 150MEN 150MEN 150MEN
MEN MENSpecial MENSpecial MENSpecial
Special to The Journal JournalChipley JournalChipley JournalChipley I
Chipley April 18 18Saturday Saturday was aj a i
busy day da for our little town Lotsof Lots or o f fcountry i icountry
country cou try people came in to do their r
trading tradingMr tradingMr
Mr Ir E N Wikle Mrs Irs W O Butler Butler1Jr Butler
Jr and Mrs Irs Cream visited Marianna Marianrust
last st Week weekMessrs reekMessrs 1 j
Messrs L VIckers T D DsaJe Sale and andJ andf am I
J f H Walters of 0A1bany Albany Ga are regt regtIstered reg t
Istered at the Jhipley Hotel These i igentlemen I IgentJemen Igentlemen
gentlemen are now locatedat located at Anderi Anderison A1der A1derson
son Fin wh where e they have bought boughtlarge boughtge t
large ge tracts of lantf lan for naval stores storeand i iand I Iand
and saw milling purposes purposesMr purposesMr j
Mr J P Donier and Mr J W Fau Faui L Lpci
are registered at the Chiplev Ho1 Ho1tel H He Hetel
tel tel1tIr
Mr and Mrs Crow of otoran Orange ge Hill
were in Saturday Saturda SaturdaThe j i
j
The Aycock Bros Lumber Co have havenow hav havnow I Inow
now nearly completed their large saw sawmill r rmill
mill at Allie six miles east of town townThis townThis townThis
<
This will be one of the
largest and andmost andmost am L Lmost
most modern saw mills mlllsin in West Fbi Florida FbiIda I Iidawitha
ida idawitha with a cutting capacity eapacltofone of one hun hundred hundred bundred
dred thousand foet per day With Withthree Withtbre WItlThree
three large brick dry rl Kilns kI nsand and a big bigplaning bi bipJanlng z zplaning
planing mill they the will work wo about boUtl bou
150 The 1h hands eneralcontractor neral contractor for theB the C I I I
St A A R R Is here with a large largeforce large1 large1force
force of dagos The work on the road roadbed roadbeci roadbeo ¬
bed is going on nicely nicelyW nicelyW nicelyW
W B Steel of Atlanta Ga is here hereinvesting hereinvesting hereinvesting
investing in Umber land for saw mill millpurposes mlUpurposes millpurposes
purposes purposesR
R C Home and an party spent a few fewdays fewdayson fewdays
days dayson on Burnt Hill Creek last week weekand weekl weeklandca week1and
and andca caught ght more fish than they had hadany hadany hadany
any use for forFruit fOTFruit forFruit
Fruit Safe But Bu Cotton otton Damaged DamagedMacon DamagedMacon DamagedMacon
Macon Ga April 18 ISIn In the mid midfle lnidc midle
< fle le Georgia fruit frultregion region the theh heavy heavywinds heavywinds uy uywinds
winds saved sav d the tree fruit frultfrom from frost frostGarten frostGar frostGaren
Garten Gar en truck was slightly nipped nippedThere llippedThere nippedThere
There were films of oice ice throughout throughoutthe
the region Cotton and corn co were wersomewhat weresomewhat
affected a1fectecLl
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NO NONEWS NEWS RECEIVEDOF RECEIVED
OF 0 ROJESTVENSKY ROJESTVENSKYI ROJESIlE SKY SKYNo
I
No Fixed Limit for fori forSty
J i St Stay y of the Russian RussianShips IlussanShips RusslaShIps
Ships in French FrenchPorts Frenchf Frcn h hPortS
f 1 1portsJ
Ports PortsALLEGED portsJ portsJALLEGED PortSALLEGED
ALLEGED ALLEGED BREACH BREACHOFNEUTRA BREACHOFNEUTRAI BREACHOFNEUTRAITY OF NEUTRAL NEUTRALITY I
ITY BY FRANCE REGARDED AS ASMOST AsMOST ASMOST
MOST SERIOUS DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENTIN
I
IN SITUATION SITUATIONTHE THE ACTION OF OFFRANCE OFI
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FRANCE FRANCESTRONGLY STRONGLY RESENTED RESENTEDIN E ENTED ENTEDI
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IN JAPAN JAPANBy JAPANBy
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By Associa Associated ASs Clud cd Press PressLondon P pg5London ss ssLondon
London April 18 18Baron Baron Hayashi Hayashithe Hayashithe HayashIthe
the Japanese minister t to > Great G at BriU BriUain BxI BxIain Br1am
ain am expressed the opinion to the As Associated Associated Associated ¬
sociated Presstoday that Admiral AdnilralTogo AdnilralTogowould Togo Togowould Togowould
would not give battle to toAdmiral Admiral Ro Rojestvensky Roi Roijestvensky BoHjestvensky
jestvensky with his entire t1re squadron squadronbut
but would continue the cautious tac tactics tactics ¬ j
tics which characterized charact ed the attacks attackson
on the Port Arthur squadron squad nNot n Not be because because because I
cause he feared defeat but t owing tohIs to tohis tohis
his desire in inflict the greatest greatestamount I
amount of damage on the Russians Russiansj
j with the least loss to t91ilmselL himself blrnselLBaron j
Baron Hayashi i believes belIevesthat that Admiral AdmiralTogo AdmiralTogowiJI AdmiralTogo
Togo TogowiJI will employ his hI torpedo torp do boats boatsand j jand Iand
and torpedo boat destroyers destr yers which whichnumber i inumber Inumber
number more than one neh hundred h Iidred and andare andara andyare
are ara far superior to the Russian tor torpedo torPedoboats tordO
pedo Pedoboats dO boats in harrassfng harrassf g the th Russians Russianswhile RussianswhIJ Russianswhile
while whIJ he is gradually picking off the theRussian theRussian thei
i Russian warships He said 1U d the coasts coastsof coaStstof coastsOt
of Japan Korea and Formosa lent leltthemSalvesto lentthemselves lentthemsalves
themselves to night nightork work with torpedo torpedoLboatsjTwhile
LboatsjTwhile t yhIIe the crooked cro keilc11 cHohhotswill cHohhotswillmake 1i4flOTa 1nos wli wlimake wlI wlImake
make maneuvering withlarge with large war warships wa waships
I ships difficult and dangerous dangerousNo I INo
No News Received ReceivedSLPetersburg ReceivedSLPetersburg ReceivedStPetersburg
SLPetersburg April April18630 18 18630 630 p pm pmNo m mNo mNo
No news news of Admiral Rojestvensky Rojestvenskywas
was Tfeeelved r eived Ived by the theadIirlralty admiralty totia totiaNO today todayNO todayNO
NO FIXED LIMIT ON ONSTAY ONSTAY ONSTAY
STAY OF RUSSIAN SHIPS SHIPSParis SHIPSParis SHIPSParIs
Paris April 1 1Tie The Temps this thisevening thisevening thisevening
evening publishes a statement statementevi statementevidentlJ1 evi evidently cvideutly ¬
dently authoritatively authoritativ I Inspired say saying saying a aing ¬
ing While the International Internatfonalpractfce Internatfonalpractfceon practice practicei
i on land l nd is well defined that upon the thewater thewater
I water it is not so exact differing differingwith differIngwith differingwith
with different nations Great Britain Britainand BriUiinand Britainand
and other countries limit the duration durationof
of a belligerents belllgerentsstaYin stay in their ports portsto
to twentyfour hours but France has hasnever hasever hasnever
never fixed a limit and contents her herself herself herle ¬
self le with interdicting the use of terports her herports berports
ports for preparation for an act of ofof ofwar
war consequently a strict construction constructionof
of the regulation would permit Rojest Rojestvenskys RojeslvensIQs Rojestveuskys
venskys ships to remain in our ports portsbeyond portsbeyond portsbeyond
beyond twentyfour twentyfourhours hours so long as asthey asthey asthey
they do not engage In preparing for forwar forwar forwar
war warBREACH
b
BREACH OF NEUTRALITY NEUTRALITYBY
BY FRANCE SERIOUS SERIOUSLondon SERIOUSLondon
London Ap ApIj ApiJ i llSFrench IS French diplomats diplomatsand diplomatsapd
and others in London regard the al a aleged
leged 1 g d breaches of neutrality by byFrance byFrance byFrance
France in allowing the Russian Second SecondPacific SecondPacific SecondPacific
Pacific squadron to remain overtime overtimeIn
In the th Cochin China Sea ports as one oneoC oneof
of the the most serious developments In Int int intie
t tie e situation Minister Hayashi how however hwccer
ever Is I disinclined to togfe give a hasty hastyexpression hastyexpression hastyexpresslo
expression of Qs his opinion or to antic anticIpate anticIpate anticipate
Ipate official offi ial advices giving facts as to tothe tothe
the period the Russian shIps may maystay maystay
In French waters watersDIRECT waterDIRECT watersDIRECT
DIRECT VIOLATION OF OFNEUTRAL OFNEUTRAl OFNEUTRA
NEUTRAL NEUTRAl PRINCIPLES PRINCIPLESTokio PRINCIPLES1Tokio PRINCIPLESTokio
Tokio April 18 ISDiscussing Discussing the thepresence thepresance
presence tjf vessels of the Russian see seeond second seeend
ond Pacific squadron at Kamranh bay bayOn
0 the east coast of French Indo IndoCbina IndoCbina IndoChina
Cbina t the e Jiji Shimpo declares that thatthe thatthe I Ithe
the use of the Island of Madagascar Madagascarby
by the Russian squadron was a direct directand dfretland direetand
and prolonged violation of the princi principle prineIpJEof princiPIE ¬
PIE pJEof of neutrality but on account of the thedistance thedistance I
distance Japan in that instance simp
h l lodged a protest The paper how howe however
ever e insists that Russia Is now using
bay ba at a a base for action actionagainst action3gaInst actionagainst
against her opponent and saysshe says she in intends intends intends ¬
tends to use uselt it as the point of affording affordinga
a junction with the theremainln remaining division divisionof
of the squadron squadronIf
If the use of K Kamranh mranh bay is con continued contInned ¬
tinued the Jiji Shimpop Shlmpopadds adds < JapanD Japan Japanmust Tapanmust
must D ust regard its neutrality as complete completely ¬
ly ignored and Japan will no not beOblIg beobliged be beobliged
obliged OblIg d to regard its neutrality neutralityThe neutralityThe
The Jiji Shimpo Shi npo further declares declaresthat decJaresthat declaresthat
that France is lending the Russians Russiansefficient Russiansefficientassistanee Russiansefficient
efficient efficientassistanee assistance thus thusactually actually join joining joining JoInIng ¬
ing issue issuewi with h Russia Russiaagainst against Japan Japanand Japanand tapanand
and that thatit it is now necessary for Japan Japanto JaPantonoUfY
to tonoUfY notify Great Britain and obtain her hercooperation hercooperatton hercooperatIon
cooperation according Jo b the terms of
the th AngloJapanese alliance allianceProtests a allianceProtests Iance IanceProtests
Protests the paper asserts are areTmavallinE are1lJla ar aruaI1inF
TmavallinE 1lJla uaI1inF The time for oractiO action l has hasT ras
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HUNT OF THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTHAS PRESIDENTAS
HAS AS BEEN SUCCESSfUL SUCCESSPUCOURIER
COURIER ARRIVED AT NEW CASTLE COLO YESTERDAY BEAR BEARI BEARI BEARING
I ING HUGE BEAR SKIN FOR SECRETARY L L6EB LOEBREFUSED EBREFUSED REFUSED TO TOGIVE TOGIVE TOGIVE
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GIVE OUT 9UT INFORMATION
By Associated A6 Jated Press PressGreenwood PressGreenwoodSprlIig PressGrenwood
Greenwood GreenwoodSprlIig Springs Colo Cob April 18The 18 18The
The first word from President PresidentRoosevelts PresIdentRoosev PresidentRoosevelts
Roosevelts Roosev ltShunting hunting camp mp on the theCharle theCharley
Charley Charle Penny P nny ranch reached Secre Secretary SecItary Secreary ¬
tary t ary Loeb atsix at sIx oclock cJock this afternoon afternoonHe afternoonHe
He was notified over the phone that thatElmer thatElmer
Elmer Chapman the courier selected selectedto se1ectedtobrfngthe
tobrfngthe to t o bring the messages between the thepresident thepresident
president and his secretary had ar ¬
rived at New Castle A dozen or ormore ormore OXmore
more correspondents correspon ents met Chapman as ashe ashe ashe
he rode into New Castle but Chapman Chapmanrefused Chapmanrefused Chapmanrefused
refused to give out any information informationThe informationThe
The correspondents correspondents1earned learned however howeverthat howeverthat howeYerthat
that the bunt has been successful for foracross foracross foracross
across Chapmans Chapmanssaddle saddle hung a huge hugebear hugebear hugebear
bear skin It is not known that the thepresident tbepresident thepresident
president bagged the game but it is isbelieved IsbeJleved Isbelieved
believed he did as the skin was being beingcarried b beingcarried lng lngcarried
carried to t Secretary Loeb 1
Fatally Shot ActressThen Actress ActressThen ActressThen
Then Attempted AttelJ1pfedSuicide Suicide
By Associated Associated Press PressPhiladelphia PressPhiIadelphIa
Philadelphia April 18 18Because Because ecause she sheintended sheIntended shentended
intended I leaving a th theatrical trical company companyof ompan ompanof ornpanyf
of o f which both are members Edward EdwardSmedes EdwardSrnedes
Smedes today shot Bessie U Helen Jen Da Davis Davis Bavis ¬
vis at atth the hotel where both were werestay werestaying stay staying stayrg
ing i rg inflicting In icting a probably fatal wound woundnear woundnear woundear
near n ear the heart and an then attempted to
TOKEN OF LOYALiY LOYALTYFROM LOYALiYfROM LOYALIYFROM
FROM MORO CHIEFDATTO CHIEF CIIIftDATTOPINGTENDERS
DATTO DATTOPINGTENDERS prANG TENDERS TENQE S A FINE FINECOLLECTION FINECOLU FINECOLLECTION
COLLECTION COLU TION OF NATIVE NATIVEWEAPONS NATIVEWEApON NATIVEwPONSrO
WEAPONS TO 0 ROOSE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVEL ROOSES ROOSEVELT
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VELT VELTBy VEL VELTy T Tt TBy
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By By y Associated ssoclat d Press PressSan PressSan I ISan
San Francisco Fran lseo April 18 18Captam 18CaptamThomas 18CaptainThomas Captain CaptainThomas
Thomas H Darrah U S A who has hasarrivedon hasarrived
arrivedon arrived on the Siherman from from Manila Manilais
is the nearer bearer of ofa a letter l trer to President PresidentRoosevolt
Presidcntl I
Roosevolt from Datfo Piang a alroro alroroChief Moro MoroChief MoreChief
Chief of the Islandof Islandot Mindanao MindanaoPiang MlndanaoPiang f fPiang
Piang has as a line collection coIIecUonof of naj najtive naitive na native
tive weapons wcnp ns which Jn in a letter IEtterare are j jtendered p pendered
tendered t to President Preslt t Roosevelt as a atoken
i
token t ken It of loyalty In ii consideration ot ottheir
their destination the the weapons weai > on were wierepassed werej werepassed werepassed j
passed free of duty by the customs customsofficials
officials officialsNEGRO j jNEGRO
NEGRO KILLED BY BYMATE BYMATEOfSJEAMER BYMATE
MATE MATEOfSJEAMER MATEOfSJEAMEROFFICER OFSTEAMER OFSTEAMEROFFICER
OFFICER OF OHIO RIVER VESSEL VESSELKNOCKED VESSELKNOCKED VESSELKNOCKED
KNOCKED DECK HANDOVER HANDOVERBOARD HANDOVERBOARDLASTSUNDA HANDOVERBOARD ¬
BOARD BOARDLASTSUNDA LAST SUNDAY SUNDAYA SUNDAYBy Y YBy
A
By Associated Associated Press PressWheeling PressWhee1ing PressWheeling
Wheeling W Ya April AprIl18 18 18James James Jam
mate of the steamer steam r Queen
was arrested arre tCd today on the ar ¬
of the boat at Bellaire BeJl ircOhio Ohio
with the murder ofa of a negro negrodesk negrodesk I Idesk
desk hand The boat bo t proceeded on onI I
journey not being held heldContin I
Contin is chargct1 wlthbaIng with having knock
the negro negrooverboud overboardlast last Sunday at atBellaire
Reports R por + s that thg tb steamer and and
were e detained are false I
come comeThe comeThe comeThe
The Nichi Nitjhi NIIi1 IS i today toda says France Francehas Fr Francehas n e ehas
has been a a parts par to keeping ke plng the lo location location o ocatlon ¬
cation of the 1tuSIansquadron Russian squadron a a se secret seecret socret ¬
cret and adds that France does not notobserve notobserve notobserve
observe the 24hour rule But the theNichi theNichi theNichi
Nichi Nichi ichl continues the thespirlt spirit spiritneutrality of ofneutrality ofn
neutrality n affords no excuse for cx extending cxtendingsnch cxtending ¬
tending tendingsnch such hospitility to a belliger abe1Ilgerent belligerent belligerent ¬
ent squadron squadr n and it expresses the thehop thehopthat hop hopthat hopethat
that France will take steps to abide abideDyier
her obligations and xfd d duties as a a neu neutral neutral neutral ¬
tral power powerThe powerThe powerThe
The Asahi hi Shimpun asserts assertstlat assertstlatFrance that thatFrance thatFrance
France = has fuJsdeliberatelykeptthe deliberately kept the loca location locatIon boation ¬
tion tot if theRussian the Russian squadron a se secret seocre secret
cret cre The paper expresses xpresps p regret at atthe t tthe tthe
the fact and hopes hopesthe the government of ofJapan otJapa ofJapan
Japan 1wiU will act ac decisively decisively4L Ieclslv y
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INVITATION TO VISIT VISITPENSACOLA VISITPENSACOLAACCE
PENSACOLA PENSACOLAHouse PENSACOLAACCE ACCI fEIJ tTLDL tTLDHouse
8 8Houe L
House Voles VotesfoAdjollrn to Adjourn at t Noon N onon on Friday Fridayand Fridayild FrIdayand
and ild Will Leave for Deep e pWafer Water City Cityto CitytoReman Cityto
to toReman Remain Until Monday
kill himself The bullet flattened flattenedagalns flattenedagains
agains tih skull however hOW ever and a nd he was wasnot wasnot
not badly b dl hurt The couple were weremembers wer wermembers weremembers
members of the chorus in The School SchoolGirl SchoolGIrr SchoolGirl I
Girl Company CompanyTJ The e woman WO nanis is known knownon knwut knwuton t ton
on the stage as Bessie Dale She Sheis SheIs SheIs
is 23 years old ldand and her home is In InHebron inHebronNeb InHebron
Hebron HebronNeb Neb Smedess Smedesshome home is be believed believed believed ¬
lieved to be in Jackson Miss
Aer American canSquadron Squadron Will WillEscort WillEscort WillEscort
Escort Body BodyoP of Paul ul Jones J n s
By y Associated Press PressParis PressParis PressParis
Paris April 18 18The = The state depart department departI departIment department ¬
ment has ha advised a visedAmba Ambassador > sador Porter Porterthat Ported Portedthat Porterthat
that an American Jaiiadron Q cuairon a ron wiR be beent DO DOsent
sent s ent to take the body of Paul Joriesvto orltS oieto o i
the United States probably in June JuneIt JuneIt JuneIt
It it expected that the French govern governmentwill governmentivlll ¬
mentwill menl wlIl participate partic natein in an imposing imposingfuneral tmpos1nfuneral
funeral pageant when hca thebody the ieaveParis leaves esnee
Paris >
MANY DOCTORS DOCTORSIN
IN ATTENDANCE ATTENDANCEUPON ATTENDANCE1 ATTENDANCE1PON
S
UPON PON SESSIONS SESSIONSOF OF ANTITUBER ANTITUBERCULOSIS ANTITUBERCULOSIS
CULOSIS CULOSISLEAGUE LEAGUE IN AT ATLANTA ATi ATLANTA ¬
i LANTA GA GABy GABy GABy
By Associated Press PressAtlanta PresAtlanta PressAtlanta
Atlanta Ga April 18 18The The second seconddays seconddays I Idays
days session of the American anti antituberculosis antituberculosis antituberculosis
tuberculosis league was marked by b bIncreased
increased attendance atd of physiclantfrom physicians physiciansfrom i
from distant sections and by the pres presence presence prsence ¬
ence of a large number of women womenpractitioners womenpractitioners womenpractitioners
practitioners The Th papers followed followedthe followedthe L Lthe
the general subject of treatment of oftuberculosis oltuberculosis I
tuberculosis tubercul sls in its various forms buti butiseveral butlseveral but butseveral
several papers were read by title only onlyon onlyon I Ion
on account of the absence of their theirauthors theIranthors theirauthors
authors all to be embodied later I ter in inthe inthe inthe
the printed reports of th the congress congressThere congressThere congressThere
There was was but one session tocftiy to a1 the theafternbon theafternoon thEafternoon
afternoon being given to a barbecue barbecuetendered barb barbecuEtendered cue cuetendered
tendered the visitors The election of ofjtficersand ol olofficers j
officers jtficersand and the choice of the next nextmeeting neximeeting I Imeeting
meeting place will take place tomor tomorNEWS tomerrow tomorrow
row rowNEWS rowNEWS
NEWS OF O THE BUSY BUSYTOWN BUSYTOJN BUSYTOWN
TOWN OF oi CYPRESS CYPRESSBIG
BIG MILL RUNNING RUNNINGFULl FULL TIME TIMEON TIMEON TINEON
ON RAILROAD TIMBERS AND ANDEXPORT ANDEXPORTSTUFF ANDEXPORT
EXPORT EXPORTSTUFF EXPORTSTUFFSpecial STUFF STUFFSpecial STUFSpecial
Special to The Journal JournalCypressFla JournalCypress JournalCyprEs
CypressFla Cypress FI Fin April 18 ISr1 18The Tbe farm farmers f rin iiners rinersarebusyplantin ¬
ers ersarebusyplantin are busy planting and COnsequ consequent nt
ly 1 business businessaround around townIs townidnlI townidnlITh townIadulLThp dull dullThe
The Th TbompsooLangaton ThompsonLa Dn i Lumber
Co are a running full time and are makl mak maktug
ing a fine lot of railroad timbers and andsome andsome anc I Isome
some export stuff stuffThe stutThe stuffThe
The new house being built for Mr MrR MrL MrL
R L L Norton will be completed in inabout inabout Ii 1 1about
about two weeks and will be one of ofthe o t tthe
the he handsomest h niisomest houses in the county oountyt
Mr Nr1 Norton In addition to oneratln2 >
a large turpentine plant runs a 10 IA
horse farm here hereMr hereMr bereMr Ii Iihorse
Mr A L Boykin in connection connectionwith connectionwith L
with his large land interests idtere runs runs run a ageneral ageneral t L Lgeneral
general store and a livery stabje stabjeMr sta1zIeIrS staIleMr
Mr IrS S H Neal also also1IDS runs a general generalstore generalstore 1 1Sore
store and makes a specialty of ship shipping shipping shipping ¬
ping chickens chi Iotens eggs eg etc to Jackson Jacksonville JacksonvlJIe Jaclthon111e ¬
ville 111e and Pensacola PensacolaTax Pensac01aTax PensacolaTax
Tax Assessor Lockey ckey was with us usone usone m 3 30fle
one day d this week also a a representa representative representaive representstive ¬
tive ive of the best st newspaper in West WestFlorida WestFiori t tFlorida
Florida Fiori 1a The Pensacola Journal JournalYoung Journ IournaLYoung 1 1Young
Young Cotton Killed KilledColumbus Ki1IecLColumbus KilledColumbus
Columbus Ga April IS 18There There was wasconsiderable w1SconsIderable wa S Sconsiderable
considerable frost here and In this Jhlssection thisse t1I1 3 3section
section se ton yesterday es terda1and and A a good goo ddeal deal e f fyoung fioung
young rbUng cotton wav w killed k Youac YQugabI veg vegetables i g getabl fJ ¬
etables etabl abI s were also killed
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A ABIG BIG CROWD CROWDIS
IS EXPECTED EXPECTEDAs EXPECTEDAsaLowRateofF
As AsaLowRateofF a ttLowRfe Low Rate ofFar ofFarHas of Fr1i Fr1iHas r rHasHeenGranted
Has HasHeenGranted HasHeenGrantedByiheRail Been Granted GrantedBy GrntedBy
By ByiheRail ByiheRailroada the Rail Railroad RIlroad
roadSILL roadSILL road roadaSILt
SILL REPEAUNG FLAGLBR FLAGLRVORCE Dh DhVORCE DI DIVORCE
VORCE LAW PASSeD BY SEN SENATE SENilATEBOTH SENATEBOTH
ATE lATEBOTH BOTH HOUSES VOTED ON ONELECTION ONELECTION ONELECTION
ELECTION OF TALIAFERRO AN ANWILL AND ANDWI ANDWiuCONrI
WILL WI WiuCONrI CONFIRM ACCT1OW TO ODA ODAINH4TsE9j1 < OAYJ OAYJIN AY AYIN
IN INH4TsE9j1 JONT T SESSION SESSIOWm SESSIONSpecial
1 l lSpecial
v r
Special P 3 to rtt the Journal
m Taaa89ee it A Apr1l V r11 18V66 1t far aa a
the state staj
senate is
concerned conc the fa
mous TJagier divorce c1b e iS JawU 15 Sw SwScott DOW a ¬
thing of tlieP3St the past t1le ia Scott j jsenate bMl Jo
pealing the act h having vfttg passed the thethis
senate o 8 this morning mo mng by a vote of ot2 of2g 28 to
The Carter carterments b1Uprcl1ibitlngall
ments at liquor into try counties p
Vas Jost on thIrd
read1ng bYa vote of
26 to 4 A similar bill b has beet In ¬
troduced roducedin In the house by Mr r c Carter rter
of Polk PolkAt PolkAt PolkAt
At noon iPresident Trammel an ¬
nounced that thatbaIJotting ballotting for United
States senator was In order Senator
I Frank Adams put In nomination naminationtb the th
name of Ja Jato James Piper Taliaferro in all
eloquent address In which he referred
to the thebftterness bitterness displayed In past
senatorial contests
which
was now
happily eliminated lfm ated by the voice of dfthe f Hhe th
people peopleSenator peopleSenator eopl eoplSenator
Senator Raney R ney seconded the nom omi
nation rationin in an address which wlU h fully ul1y sus
tainea his reputation a a ispe speafceSof ip akeiot e r
singular force forceanduddity and lucidity
One Iie ballot was taken 31 votes be b ¬
lug ingcast cast for Senator S nator Tallaferro Tal1 erro Mr
Blonnt was absent absentIn absenLIn
In the House
In the house a similar scene was
enacted the name of > f Senator Tttlla
ferro being presented by Mr Buck
man manot of Duval He was seconded by
Wells Dorman Persons and Bryan
The legislature legislaturemeets meets in joint as ¬
sembly tomorrow at noon when the
election of Mr rr Taliaferro win be becon con ¬
summated summatedThe summatedThe I IThe
The house accepted the invitation invitati n
of the Pensacola Chamber of
Com Commerce Commerce Cornmerce ¬
merce to visit that city this morning
The body agreed to adjourn Friday Frld at atnoon atnoon
noon until 4 oclock Monday evening
The train leaves here about 1 p mi in
Friday Frida and as a rate of 150 50 for the theround
round trip has been sdcnred a a big
crowd d is expected to go over ver to the theeepWater th theepWater
eepWater City of the Gulf GulfRUSSIAN GulfRUSSIAN GulfRUSS1AN
RUSSIAN FORCESCQNCNTRTED FORCES FORCESCONCENTRATED fORCESCONCENTRATfD
CONCENTRATED CONCENTRATEDESTIMATED
I
ESTIMATED THAT 20000 200tOOOMEft 2OOOMEiAALONG MENAl MENAlALONG 1It 1ItA1ONG
ALONG CHANGCH ICHANGCHUNKiR ICHANGCHUNKiRLINEPORT HANGGHUNgj HANGGHUNgjLINEPORT UNKIR UNKIRLIN
LIN LINEPORT E PORT ARTH ARTHUR ARTHURPRISONERS U R M MPRISONERS f fPRISONERS
PRISONERS PRISONERSy V VBy t tt tBy
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By y Associated Press PressTokio Pre PreTokIo PressTokbo
Tokio April 18 ISThe The Russian RissIaaorcet RissIaaorcetcoflcentraed orx5 orx5concentrated oreft oreftconcentiaed
concentrated along a1ongthe thaCJiangcaiBiKlr ChangCh1Z r
line and southward are Te esttmate at attwo attwo attwo
two hundred thousand men menThe menThe menThe
The final revision of the number of ofprisoners ofprisoners otprisoners
prisoners Captured ptured at Port Axor Axorshows Arth krxarshows
shows a total Of offortyone fortyone thousafit thousafitsix thousa thousasix l
six hunderd hunderdMEETING hwiderdM bunderdMETING
MEETING M ETING IN STRICKLAND STRICKLANDBANKRUPTCY SFRC STRICKLANDBANKRUPTCYCASEHELP LAND LANDBANKRUPTCY
BANKRUPTCY BANKRUPTCYCASEHELP BANKRUPTCYCASEHELPA CASE HELD HELDA <
A meeting of the creditors of OLN if I N f
who recently filed a peti petition petItion et1 et1tion ¬
tion in bankruptcy w was s held in the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office of Referee Shice S yesterw yesterwwhen y ywhen yester4mwhen
when matters regarding various yari U8
were considered conslderedmost most ot wWci w k
allowed allowedThe allowedThe allowedThe
The question of allowing the exem exemtfon exemp ¬
tion claimed by bYth the bankrnpt was 30180conSidered also alsoconsidered aloconsidered
considered and allowed but thatof that of o
homestead was deferred until nnt untiVater
ater meeting meetingThe meetingTl meetingThe
The Tl e liabilities of the bankrupt bankrnptwIio wS6 wl wlS
S a a resident of Century Centuryamount amount ts t
ont 8000 8000Beer 8OO0Beer
Beer Inspection Law Sustained SustainedWashington SustainedWashington SustainedWashington s
Washington April IS 18The The S 3preme i
Court of the United States has hasaffirmed haS1lirme ba baaffirmea
affirmed 1lirme the decision of the circuit circuitcourt cbcultconrt ciicultcourt
court for the Eastern district d1s i of ofIs ofIssouri iHIs iHIssourl Is Issoon
sourl soon in the case of ofP Pabst P bst > sfc vs Oren
attacking the validity of the
inspection law of the sSiifeof fa feof at
The effect of the e decision decisionin decisiont
in t to sustain the T not antagonis ¬
to the comme se 2 of the < ion Canstltutlonne ionstitutlon on onstItiitIon
stitutlon stltutlonne The opi Was fas delivered deliveredby dellv dellvby
by Justice White The TheChlef chief JuaOca JuaOcaaai JulltlCui Juaticeaa
aai aa Justices Brewer Browa BroW1Ud Bro34I amd Sy Y
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