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d her parents residence in Mo Mottxterday 110ster Mosterday
ttxterday ster ay The T e faaerac will ill be beMoliao beMOURO beMoliao
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erday Erda the former with a catch cat b ofHNl or orand o of
fHNl f and the t e latter with wit 3tf6 snappers snapperslarge snappersJ
A J large crowd crow attended the band bandr
r nrt in Seville sqsare last night nightrnd nIghtnd
rnd greatly enjoyed eajo e the t e music furnish furaishWy furnlshiI
r iI Wyers Wy ers rs Baad The T e Friday night nightn
n rts IB S are very popular and eaca eacaVK eacasees
> VK bees J > the crowds growing larper larperard larreriard lareriKard
iard ard Bacci of Chicago C kago left thet the thetsterday tbaOf
tsterday Of t > rda moraig JDOra qg for a two twofishing twomhlDg twotithing
fishing trip JR the vicinity ici U of ofEsther ory
a y Esther > r Mr Bacci spent sev sevi 5evppKS
r i < pf ppKS ks up the sosal last year Cclr ando and
til 1 o J much pleased with the trip tripraveled tripr8eled tripraveled
raveled all tit + wRy j to Florida Floridap
p a the experience this year yearIB yearr
T r is a large Mst of delinquent aellnquenti
In t i In the office of he city tax taxaad tlXr
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1 Im < ir to that tia time e the e property propertyA
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s ih BOW 14 2 per r real reatcolored reRtr
r 1 > < > colored of 0 Century Cc tury wast wasthe was wasthe
t the county jail yesterday yesterdayby esterda esterdai
i r by Justice W H Mitcheli Mitchel
r i krv y sad is ie e d on he charge chargeng hargec
c mg ° hop 00 tea without it oyt a license licensen
n defendants were before beforeLaaey beforeL eqra eqraT
T 1 Laaey in tHe municipal municipalterda municipalerday
01 r terda erday > mocniag Fo FDr > r were wered
ct t c d one case continued OliO ouopivea OliOa oneas
as a given heo 11 1 days d s one aeateace aeateaceand
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AND RETURNED HOME HOMEBy
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n h1t Tich July iP8lcv 7 Percy De Dereported Dei
i jo n was reported reJM > rte < < I to be locked lockedht
a fr ht car that t at left Detroit last lastHas lasthas lasthas
Has returaed home Withs WithoYI5 With
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door door The three tltleeooys boys became becamewhea becamek
k when h the th they > reached Niagara Niagaraboarded NIag Niagaritd n nd
td d boarded a freight t train fo fov for forn o o1l >
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CITY PROPERTYATTACKED PROPERTY PROPERTYATTACHED
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mice BY 8YSHERIfF BYSeventeen BYt BYSeventeen
SHERIfF SHERIfFSeventeen t
Seventeen lots levied Yle Upon to t0m toForce toForce
Force Pay Payment m end tif f Credillesi Cred C rc t I le les
200 00 Judgement Against AgainstCityoflensacola AgaiitstCity AgainstCity
Cityoflensacola CityoflensacolaWWH City nLPensacola nLPensacolaExecution a aExecution
WWH MMBHW 1 1Execution
Execution has been issued out of
the circuit court against the city of
Pensacola in favor of A A Credille
to secure the payment of the sum of
8200 200 allowed Mm in his recent r nt suit suitagainst suitagainst suitagainst
against the city based upon the claim claimthat c1almthLit claimthat
that he had been Illegally suspended
from office fat a period of two months
during his incumbency in the office of ofcity ofcity ofcity
city marshal and that tfuring that thatperiod thatpuiod thatpcrlod
period his salary salaryhad had been stopped stoppedIn st pped ppedan
In accordance with the execution executionDeputy executionDeputy ecutlOlDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Sanders ders yest yesterday rdaY lev levled levled levled
led upon lots 1 to 17 Inclusive incl sIv rn Block
97 West King Kingtract tract and unless the thejudgment thejudgment thejudgment
judgment against the city is paid the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property will be sold by y the sheriff on onAugust onAugust onAugust
August 7 7During 7During 7During
During the administration of Sra Mayor MayorC Fayor FayorC or orC
C Moreno Jones Mr lr Credille was city citymarshal citymarshal citymarshal
marshal and was suspended from of office ofce ofdice ¬
dice ce by the mayor the action being beingsubsequently beIngsubseqnentl beingsubsequently
subsequently ratified by the city coun councli councli counclf
cli the suspension being for 60 days daysMr daysMr
Mr Credille made several efforts to tocollect tocollect tocollect
collect the amount but failed and after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the election of Marshal Schadmade Schad made madeademand a ademand ademand
demand upon the city for the amount amountof
of salary alleged to be due for the theperiod theperiod theperiod
period during which he was suspend suspended ¬
ed Failing to get satisfaction s he car carried carried carrted ¬
ried the case into the courts and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when it came to trial was awarded awardedthe awardedthe
the full amount asked for 200 The Thecity Th Thcity Thecity
city falling to appeal the case within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the time specified by law and the thejuagment thejuwgment theju
ju juagment still remaining unpaid execution exe execution execution ¬
cution to enforce payment was Issued IssuedAMERICAN issuedAMERICAN issuedAMERICAN
AMERICAN ACTRESS ACTRESSNOW ACTRESSNOW ACTRESS0W
NOW 0W A BANKRUPT BANKRUPTLondon
London July 7 7lrs Mrs James Brown BrownPotter BrownPotter BrownPotter
Potter presented pr ented ierown her o own petition tI on in inbankruptcy
f bankruptcy today todayaniI ami the thec Caut caurt > > urtap urtappointed ap appointed appointed ¬ 1
pointed a receiver The American Americanactress Americanactress erlcan erlcanactress
actress lost heavily as the result of ofrecent orrecent ofrecent
recent productions at the Savoy the theatre th thatre thatre
atre and all her personal effects eff cts and andher andher andher
her nome h me at Maidenhead were sold soldlast s01dlast soldlast
last week weekFOUR weekFOUR r rFOUR
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OF THE GLORIOUS FOURTH FOURTHBy
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Chicago July 7 7Four Four victimsFourth victimsFourth victims qi qiFourth
Fourth of July accitfents acci ts have died diedChicago diedChicago Ia Iach
ch Chicago cago In addition two tw deaths aUis we wethe wethe were werethe
the result of injuries received on the theevening th thevening theevening
evening of July 3 One of them al already already already ¬
ready had been counted co nted in the totals totalswhich totalswhich totalswhich
which In the entire country count says the theTribune th thTribune theTribune
Tribune reach the the1lUmber dumber of f 64 64HOT 64HOT 64HOT
HOT LUNCH DAILY DAILYAt DAn Y YAt
At new lunch counter Hallssaloon HallssaloonChili
Chili Con Carni and Spaghetti and andRoast andRoast andRoast
Roast Short orders served Open Openaay Openday Openoay
day and night 319 South Palafox PalafoxstieeL Palafox5tl Palafoxstreet
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DUDGE Will CASE CASE1Rev
15 DECIDED DECIDEDAGAIN DECIDEDAGAIN
AGAIN AGAINRev
RevAH Rev A McDonald etals et als Wins WinsAnother WinsAnother s sAnother
Another Decision in Famous FamousJacksonville FamousJacksonville i i
Jacksonville Case CaseThe
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The Jacksonville Metropolis says saysRev saysRev I
Rev A M MacDonald and others win winagain winagain i igain
again in the Dodge contested will case caseJudge caseJudge i
Judge Call in the Circuit Court this 1 1morning j
morning affirmed the decision of otHenry ofHenry ofHenry
Henry B Phillips probate judg31 judg31which judge judgwhich judgewhich
which was appealed from the probate probatecourt probatecourt i icourt
court to Judge Call CallJudge j
Judge JU ge Call took his seat on the thebench thebench I
bench at 10 oclock with a number of ofattorneys otattorneys ofattorneys
attorneys present and said saidGentlemen saidGentlemen j
Gentlemen In the case of Sweetser Sweetseret j jEt
et at al In the petition for setting setUngasIde aside
the will of Abbie R Dodge the court
has spent a long time and worked hard i iIn IIn
In going through the t e records and briefs briefsand briefsand briefsand
and 1 have come to the conclusion conclusionthat conclusionthat conclusionthat
that the judgment of the lower courtshould court courtshould cOurtshould
should be affirmed affirmedHistory AfiirmedHistory affirmedHistory
History of the Case CaseThe CaseThe CaseThe
The matter of the petition for revo revocation revocation revocation ¬
cation of probate of the last will and andtestament andtestament andtestament
testament of Abbie R Dodge DOdgedecea DOdgedeceaed deceas deceased ¬
ed has been for the past thirteen thirteennonths thirteennonths I
nonths before the probate court and anddthe andthe andthe
the Circuit Court in one form and andanother andanother I Ianother
another Today T < rday the decision d < islon was on onappeal onappeal onappeal
appeal from the decision of Judge JudgeHenry JudgeHenry JudgeHenry
Henry B Phillips of the probate jJrobatecourt probatecourt brobatecourt
court courtThe courtI courtThe
The petitioners for revoking the will willare wUIare willare
I are Charles H Sweeser of San do doFuca deI doFuca
I Fuca Whidbey Island Washington WashingtonEliza
Eliza Lowell Haley and Mary R Lowi Low LowEli Lowof
ell of Bucksport Me Kinney CI CILowell C CLowell CLowell
Lowell of Boston Mass Abram Low Loweh Lowe1 Lowel
eh of Abram Wis contestants and andSimeon andj andSimeon
Simeon Ladd add and Mary E Smith of ofBucksport oflBucksport ofBucksport
Bucksport Me e Frank T Cullens of ofJacksonville ofJacksonville ofJacksonville
Jacksonville Fla Caroline Gillett of ofSioux ofN I
Sioux Falls S D Marion Fletcher FletcherMacDonald FletcherfacDonald FletcherMacDonald
MacDonald Mrs A M 1 MacDonald MacDonaldand
and Rev A M MacDonald her hus husband hushand htisband ¬
band Rev Re A M MacDonald ld In his hisown hiSown hisown
own right Rev e A M MacDonald as asexecutor asxecutor asexecutor
executor of the last will and ftndtestament ftndtestamentor testament testamentOL
OL Abbie R Dodge deceased are contestees con contestees contestees
testees testeesMrs testeesMrs testeesMrs
Mrs Dodge died in this city on onMarch onliarch onMarch
March 24 1904 in the 67th year of ofher othel ofher
her age possessed of property esti estimated esUmnted estimated ¬
mated to be worth from 150000 to to200OOOboth
200000 200OOOboth both personal and real a half halfinterest haIrint halfinterest
interest int rest in the Windsor Hotel in this thisClty thisCity thiscity
City being one of the assets Mrs Mrspodge Mrsi Mrsdodge
dodge i > 9ge made a will on January 22 22M3
0903 and it was filed for probate on onApril onAIJrll onApril
April 21904 2 1904 Then came the petition petitionon
on < > n May MayH 14 1S04 to revoke and much muchEvidence mucheidence muchevidence
Evidence has been elicited since by bycontestants byContestants bycontestants
contestants and contestantees the rec record record record ¬
ord showing 1273 typewritten tp written pages pagesJudge pagesJudge pagesJudge
Judge Phillips on March 24 1905 de deTcided deelded destided
tided by order that the probate prob tC ot the thewill Utem therill
will m granted on the 21st of ofllarch March A AD AD AD
D 1904 be and the same Is hereby herebyconfirmed herebyccnfirmed herebyccnfirmed
ccnfirmed confirmedThe ccnfirmedThe ccnfirmedThe
The Attorneys In the Case CaseAble CaseAb1e CaseAble
Able arguments were made by t the theattorneys tijeattorne > le leattorneys
attorneys attorne s at various stages of the pro proceedings proceedlngs proceedings
ceedings by Alex St ClalrAbramsand ClaIrAbrams ClaIrAbramsand
and Gibbons Maxwell for the revok revoking revoking revoking ¬
ing or contestants and C D Rine Rinehart Rinehart Rinehart
hart and E P Axtell against the re reoking reoking reyoking
oking or for contestees contesteesThe
The attorneys for petitioners gave gavenotice gavnotice gavenotice
notice this morning that they the would wouldnow wouldnow wouldnow
now carry the case to the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court for final action actionThe actionThe actionThe
The Principal Beneficiary BeneficiaryThe Benefici ry ryThe
The will bequeaths most of the prop property property property ¬
erty to Rev A M MacDonald and andfamily andfamily andfamily
family of Bar Harbor Me Mr Mac MacDonald MacDona1d MacDonald
Donald was formerly pastor of the theCongregational theCongregational theCongregational
Congregational Church In Jacksonville Jacksonvilleand
and a devoted friend of Mrs Dodge Dodgeshe Dodgeshe Dodgeshe
she being a member of his church churchand churchand churchand
and was with her much of the time timeof timeof timeof
of her last illness illnessThe illnessThe illnessThe
The petitioners to revoke the will al alleged alleged alleged
leged that Mrs Dodge at the time of orthe ofthe ofthe
the making of the will was Incapaci Incapacitated Incapacltated Incapacffated ¬
tated by b mental and physical weak weakness weakJess weakness ¬
ness to execute it or any an other docu document docUment document ¬
ment and that MacDonald used undue undueinfluence undueinfluence undueinfluence
influence upon deceased in bequeath bequeathing ¬
ing the property etc etcThe etcThe etcThe
The attorneys attorne s for the contestants contestantsfeel
feel very er happy over this second vlc vlctory vI vItory vIdtory >
tory in the trial trialMYSTERIOUS trIalMYSTERIOUS trialMYSTERIOUS
MYSTERIOUS NEW NEWORLEANS NEWORLEANS NEWORLEANS
ORLEANS SUICIDE SUICIDEContinued SUICIDECont SUICIDEContinued
Continued Cont nued From First Page PageNew PageNew PageNew
New Orleans from their Home in Gree Greeley Greeley Greeley
ley This was for the purpose of ofhaving ofhavIng ofhaving
having the wedding ceremony solemn solemnized sol solemnaxed mn mnued ¬
axed in he city ct of New Orleans OrleansThe OrleansThe OrlcansThe
The couple both of whom from all allappearances allappearances allappearances
appearances were happy after att r thewedding the thewedding thewEdding
wedding and the brides father re remained reimain remained
imain mained d at the Deforest house for f r a acouple acocp1e acouple
couple of days da s and then left for Kap Kaplan KapIan KapIan ¬
Ian where Mr Flynn FI nn was employed employedas
as a machinist at the cottongin cotton gin of ofH ofH ofH
H LIchtenstein Son He held this thisposition thisposition I Iposition
position up to the time of his hi deathThe death deathThe e th thThe
The father of the girl remained in this thiscity tblscity thiscity
city for a short while and then left leftfor leftfor J Jfor
for his home in Greeley His address addressthere addresstbere addressthere
there Is 714 Main ain street and accord according accordIIing accordiing ¬
ing to a statement of his local friend friendhe I
he conducts a fashionable restaurant restaurantBefore restaurantBefore restaurantBefore
Before he left New Ne Orleans Mr r Hud Hudson Indson ¬
son approached Mr DeForest and requested re requested reqtlested ¬
quested that he take good care of hIs Tilsdaughter 111sdaughter hIsdaughter
daughter He said that t at was the firsttime first firsttime firsttime
time they had ever been separated separatedand
and judging from appearance the th oldgentleman old oldgentleman oldgentleman
gentleman who was a veteran of the thecivil thecivil I Icivil
civil war felt the separation very verykeenly crykeenly
keenly He was visibly affected affectedMr rYI
Mr DeForest could not live up to tdthe tothe I Ithe
the girls parent for as stated before beforethe bcforeI bcforeIthe beforethe
the couple c up1e left the city a few days daysafter ays I Iafter yoffer
after the marriage and that was the thelast thelast 1
last seen of the two They had not notcome notcome notcome
come to New Orleans since the wed wedding ¬
ding Missed Them at Train TrainWhen TrainWhen TrainWhen I
When Miss Hudson and her father fathercame father fathercame I Icame
came to New Orleans they arrived on onthe onthe
the Southern Pacific train instead of ofthe orthe ofthe II
the Texas and Pacific as was w antic
4 4Exfras
Exfras a Brawnirs1 Brawnirs1MidSummer rawn rawnSummer
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MidSummer Summer Rush Sale Now in Progress
DRY GOODS ETC
500 Feather Sofa and Lounge Pillows 35c eachBalance each eachBalance eachBalance
Balance of Silk Mulls and Ribolenes ISc 15cyard yard
100 bolts of 0 ofFrench French Lawns 10 yards for 25cBalance 25c 25cBalance I IBalance
Balance of Drabettes for Ladies Skirts 8c 8cyard yard
16 bolts Fine Dotted Swiss at 9c per yard
25 bolts assorted Skirting Ducks for 9c per yardBalance yard yardBalance yardBalance
Balance of Ladies Sailors as advertised 23c each eacht tj i
1 solid case of Ladles Lace Lisle 35c Hose at 19c 9c pair
1 case of Sweetheart Soap at 4c package
56 Ladies Shirt Waist Suits to close at 98c suit suitBalance suitBalance BuitBalance
Balance of Ladies Bead Necklaces at 5c each eachLadies eachLadies eachLadies
Ladies Fine Skirts in this sale at tstartUngprlces tstartUngprlcesBalance startling startlingpricesBalance prices pricesBalance
Balance of Cretonne Chintz at 4c yard40inch yard yard40inch yard40inch
40inch Fine White Lawns at lOc 10cyard yard
6 bolts of New French Organdy at lOc 1 Qcyard yard
50 Ladies Dressing Cases at 115 to close
100 bolts of Medicated Nursery Diaper at a sacrifice See themGrandest them themGrandest themGrandest
Grandest bargains on earth in Ladies Underwear
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COTTON REPORT REPORTSCANDAL REPORTSCANDAL
SCANDAL TO TODAY TOtg
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What Secret Agents of Gtiv Gtiveminent G Go v vI vernment Yernment
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By Associated PressWashington Press PressWashington PressWashington
Washington July July7The1longex July7The1longex1JEcted 7 Thelongex Thelongexpected ex expected ¬
pected report of the secret secrelservIce secrelservIceofficers serviceofficers service serviceofficers
officers who investigates the charges chargesof
of Irregularities in the preparation andpublication andpublication and andpublication
publication of the government cotton cottonreports cottonrcports cottonreports
reports preferred by Secretary Cheat Cheatham Cheatham Cheatham
ham of the Southern Cotton Growers GrowersAssociation GrowersAssociation GrowersAssociation
Association has has been placed In the thehands theh thehands
hands h nds of Secretary Wilson of the agri agricultural agricultural agrlcultural ¬
cultural department He declined to today todar today ¬
day to give any intimation as to the theresult tberesuU theresult
result of the investigation or what whataction whataction whataction
action he proposes to take but said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the entire matter would be published publishedtomorrow publishedtomorrow publishedtomorrow
tomorrow He declared d nothing would wouldbe
be withheld in the case which he said saidhad saidhad saidhad
had assumed the nature of a scandalaria scandal scandalana
ana ai1 he proposed to give the publicevery public publicevery publiceeryshred
every eeryshred every shred of information he has haspated haspafed haspated
pated by b the suicide For three days daysantf daysant daysan4
antf ant nights < Mr r Flynn FI nn went to the depot de depot d e epot ¬
pot with a bouquet of flowers and a abox abox abox
box of candy Of course he failed tomeet to tomeet tomeet
meet them because of the misunder misunderstanding misunderstanding misunderstanding ¬
standing between between the train on which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the old gentleman and his daughter daughterwere daughterwere
were ere to come into the city on The Thepair Thepair Thepair
pair arrived in the city and of course coursewere coursewere coursewere
were at a loss to know what to do doFinally doFinally doFinally
Finally they the decided to go to the office officeof
of the firm forwwhich Mr Flynn worked work worked worked ¬
ed and there learned of his address addresslr addressin
lr Lafayette Lafa ette street Mr Hudson andhis and andhis andhis
his his daughter were somewhat excited excitedat
at the time and for or that reason It was wasbelieved wasbelieved wasbelieved
believed there was something wrong wrongHowever wrongHowecr wrongHowever
However it developed later thateverything that thateverything thateverything
everything was just as It should have havebeen haebeon havebeen
been other than that the marriage marriagewas
was to take place placeWhen placeWhen placeWhen
When the strangers did find MrFlynn Mr MrFlynn MrFI
FI Flynn 11n he engaged rooms for them at atthe atthe atthe
the same house where he was stopping stop stopping stopping ¬
ping and shortly after the arrange arrangements arrangements arrangements ¬
ments for the wedding were made madeWhat madeWhat madeWhat
What happened since then is conained con contained constamed
tamed in the foregoing foregoingMr
Mr Flynn FI nn was apparently about 38 38pears 38rcars 38years
pears of age and was considered cons1 ered a aman aman aman
man of intelligence His services were wereiighly wereIligh1yv werehighly
highly Iligh1yv valued lued by his employers emplo ers Lit Little LittIe Little ¬
tle else is known of the man here hereMrs hereMrs hereMrs
Mrs Flynn is considerably younger youngerthan youngerthan youngerthan
than her late husband She is a rather ratherjood ratherfood rathergood
food looking young lady and has a a3hildlike achildlike achildlike
childlike face faceOLD faceOLD faceOLD
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SUBMARINE WAS WASRAISED AS ASRAISED
RAISED BY BYTUGS BYTUGS
TUGS TUGSEnQased
Encased Crew Who Had Been Un Under Under Under ¬
der Water Since Thursday ThursdayWere ThursdayWere
Were Still Alive AliveBy
By Associated Press PressParis Pr PressParis s sParis
Paris July Jul 7 7qhe < The minister of ma marine madne marfne ¬
rine issued a communication this even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing saying sa lng that the combined efforts effortsof
of the French and German salvage salvagetugs salvagetugS salvagetugs
tugs had succeeded this afternoon in inbringing Inbringing inbringing
bringing to the surface the submarine submarineboat
boat Farfadet which sank Thursday Thursdaymorning ThursdaymornIng Thursdaymorning
morning at the entrance of Portsldl PortsldlAbdallah PortsldlAbdallah PortsidlAbdallah
Abdallah Tunis TunisWater TunisVater TunisWater
Water provisions and fresh air airwere airwere airwere
were supplied to the members of the theencased theenc theencased
encased enc sed crew who are alive The Thesubmarine Thesubmarine Thesubmarine
submarine was being befngslowly slowly towed towedinto towedinto towedInto
into shallow shal1 w water when some cables cablessnapped cab1essnapped cablessnapped
snapped the boat remaining suspend suspended ¬
ed in a perpendicular perpendicularposiUon position held1 by bya
a cable from the French tug while whileefforts whileefforts whileefforts
efforts were being made to fix grap grappling grapplIng grappiing ¬
pling Irons IronsSLAYER ironsSLAYER ironsAGAIN
SLAYER OF GIRL GIRLAGAIN GIRLAGAIN
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The Jacksonville Ja Metropolis h trololIs says saysSheriff saysSheriff saysSheriff
Sheriff Pickett arrested Owen OlWenE OlWenELoadholtz E ELoadholtz ELoadholtz
Loadholtz at the corner corner of Bay and andOcean andOcean andOcean
Ocean streets yesterday afternoon afternoonabout afternoonabout afternoonabout
about 430 oclock on a capias Issued Issuedout issuedout issuedout
out of the criminal crim nal court courtcharging courtcharginghim charging charginghim
him with manslaughter The criminal criminalcourt criminalcourt criminalcourt
court being in session Loadholtz was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken there and County Solicitor Bry Bryan Bryan ¬
an fixed bail balIin in the case at 1500 and andthe andthe andthe
the prisoner was committed in default defaultto
to the county jaif jaifLoadholtz jairJoadholtz jaffLoadholtz
Loadholtz was being given a pre preliminary prcliminary proliminary ¬
liminary hearing before Justice Parris Parrisat
at t his court room No 12 South Laura Laurastreet Laurastreet Laurastreet
street on the morning of February February13th ebruar ebruar13th
13th when the shooting shooUngoccurred occurred Miss MissMay MissMay MissMay
May Brown being shot and a d killed her hermother hermother hermother
mother Mrs Joseph H Freeman be being being beIng ¬
ing dangerously wounded and andDetec andDetective ttetec ttetective De tee
tive Cahoonbeing Ca11o Cahoon being shot In the shoulder shoulderA
A coroners jury was Impaneled and andon andon andon
on the 16th of February declared that thatOwen thatOwen thatOwen
Owen Loadholtz was justifiable in the thekilling thekilling thekilling
killing of Miss 3rownand Brown and he was at atonce atonce atonce
once released from the county jailA Jail JailA
A few days after the shooting LoadBoltz Load Loadfroltz Loadpoltz
froltz left Jackonvjlle and went to toI toLake toLake
I Lake akp Butler to visit relatives andy and1smce an andysince 1 1since
since that time has been absent from fromJacksonville fromJacksonville fromJacksonville
Jacksonville JacksonvilleLast
Last Monday he returned here to tosettle tosettle tosettle
settle some business affairs and was wasto wasto wasto
to have returned to Lake Butler yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday afternoon afternoonLoadholtzs afternoonLo afternoonLoadholtzs
Loadholtzs Lo dhbltzs presence in the city was wasknown wasknown wasknown
known to his friendsiand frlendst and the authorities authori authorities authorlties ¬
ties and he himself did not endeavor endeavorto
to conceal it In talking Tuesday to a amember amember amember
member of the police force Loadholtz Loadholtzstated Loadholt3stated Loadholtstated
stated that he wasnot was not here looking lookingfor
for trouble and an was perfectly pe ectly willing willingto wlIlInto
to be taken into custody and be tried triedon
on the charges preferred against him himThe himThe himThe
The prisoner will probably be tried a athe at atthe athe
the July term of court He expects to tobe tobo tobe
be able to furnish the required bail at atan atan atan
an early date Loftdholte L dho1t2 has changed changedconsiderably changedconsiderablp changedconsiderably
considerably in bfsappearance hfs aPPlmrance being beingmuch beingII1uch beingmuch
much stouter and andp now wy wearingaheeavy wearingaheeavymoustache wearing arlng a heavy heavymoustache heavymoustache
moustache
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5 cases Ladles Kid Oxfords and Sandals at 75c pair pairSeveral pairSevera1 pairSeveral °
Several cases Ladies White Canvas Oxfords will wI11go go In thissale this thissale thissale
sale See them themChildrens themChildrens themChildrens
Childrens and Misses Slippers at 2 20 21 per per cent less than NewYork NewYork New NewYork
York cost costBalance costBalance costBalance
Balance of Nettletons Shoes for Men 5 grade at 350 pair pairMens pairMens pairMens
Mens 200 and 250 Shoes in this sale at 148 pair pairLadies paIrLadies pairLadies
Ladies Kid Lace Shoes low and high heels at 98c pair pairMens pairMens pairMens
Mens Canvas Oxford Shoes in this sale 9Sc 8c pair pairCLOTHING pairCLOTHING pairFURNISHINGS
CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS FURNISHINGSBalance
Balance of Mens Linen Crash Suits at at1 199 99 suit
2 new cases of Elastic Seam Drawers35c Drawers 35c pair p ir 3 for nOO 100
4 cases Mens Union Made Overalls 38c pair pairBalance pairBalance p ir irBa1ance
Balance of Mens Night Shirts 35c each eachThe eachThe eachThe
The above Items are In addition to what aro are area1read aireadyadvertlsed aireadyadvertlsedt already advertised advertisedJ
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PRESIDENT PAYS PAYSTRIBUTE PAYSTO
TRIBUTE TO TOHE TOHAY TOHAY
HAY HAYHE
HE E ALSO PRAISES PR ISiES ROOT FOR PER PERSONAL PER PERSONAL PERSONAL ¬
SONAL SACRIFICE IN AC ACCEPTING ACCEPfIN ACCEPTING
CEPTING CABINET AP APPOINTMENT APPOINTMENT API ¬
POINTMENT POINTMENTBy I
By Associated Press PressOyster PressOyster PressOyster
Oyster Bay July 7 7President 7PresidentRoosevelt 7PresidentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt paid an appropriate ana anaeloquent anlleloqu anneloquent
eloquent eloqu nt tribute to the life and services servicesof
of the late Secretary secretalYO of State Hay in inan inan inan
an address before the National Educatlonal Edu Educational Educational ¬
cational Association at Ocean Grove Grovetoday Grovetoda Grovetoday
today toda He followed this tribute with withan
an estimate of the personal sacrifice sacrificewhich sacrificewhich sacrificewhich
which Elihu Root has made in becoming becom becoming becoming ¬
ing Secretary Hays successor The Theexample Thee1ample Theexample
example of these two men was not notentirely notentirely notentirely
entirely unique as the president indicated indi indicated indIcated ¬
cated in the reference made to other othermembers otherncmbers othermembers
members of his cabinet but It enabled enabledhim enab1el1him enabledhim
him to point a most effective moral moralAt
At the conclusion of his prepared ad address address address ¬
dress the president pushed aside his hisnotes hisnotes hisrotes
notes and an spoke with manifest earn earnnestness earnnestness earnneatness
nestness and feeling to the great greataudience greataudience greataudience
audience audienceCassinis audienceROSEN audienceROSEN
ROSEN ARRIVES ARRIVESAT ARRIIESATCAPITAL
ATCAPITAL ATCAPITALSuccessor AT CAPITAl CAPITAlCassinis
Cassinis s sCredentials Successor Will III Present PresentCredentials PresentCredentials
Credentials to Roosevelt in ina ina ina
a Few Days DaysBy DaysBy
By Associated Press PressWashington PressWashington PressWashington
Washington July 1 7Baron Baron Rosen Rosenwho Rosenwho Rosenwho
who will succeed Count CassinI as am ambassador ambassador ambassador ¬
bassador from Russia to the th United UnitedStates UnitedSt UnitedStates
States St tesand and who comes to this t is country countryIn
In the role of diplomatic representa representative ¬
tive and one of the Russian plenipo plenipotentarles plenipptentari plenipatentaries
tentarles s to the ppace conferencereached conference conferencereached conferencereached
reached Washington today He will willremain willremain II IIremain
remain here not more than two or orthree orthree orthree
three days during which time an appolntment ap appointment appolntment ¬
polntment will be made for the presen presentation presentaUon presentatlon ¬
tation of his credentials credent f1l to the th presi president presldenL president ¬
dent t tRoots
Roots Commission Ready ReadyWashington ReadyWashIngton ReadyWashington
Washington July 7 7Ellhu Elihu Roots Rootscommission Rooiscommission Rootscommission
commission as Secretary of state has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been prepared at the State Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment and forwarded to Oyster Bay B y for forthe fprthe forthe
the presidents signature signatureBonaparte signatureBonaparte signatureBonaparte
Bonaparte on Duty DutyWashington DutyWashington DutyWashington
Washington July 7 7Secretary 7SecretaryBonaparte Secretary SecretaryBonaparte SecretaryBonaparte
Bonaparte arrived today todarand and took t ol up uphis uphis uphis
his duties at the navy departmentInvestigatiol1 department departmentInvestigation departmentInvestigation
Investigation Ordered OrderedSebestopol OrderedSebestopol OrderedSebestopol
Sebestopol July 7 The navy magis magistrate magistrate magistrate ¬
trate Is investigating the mutiny on onthe onthe onthe
the transport Prout ProuLOoehundred One hundred and andfifty andtifty andfifty
fifty refugees re ugees of the gout bare been beenimprisoned beeQimprisoned beenimprisoned
imprisoned and the othersarestIlton othersarestIltonb others are still on onboard
board b oar d
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CAPTAIN CAPTAINBENNIEEDMDNDSONS CAPTAINBENNIE CAPTAINBENIEEDUNDSONS
BENNIEEDMDNDSONS BENNIEEDMDNDSONSLAUNCHES BENNIE EDMUNDSONS EDMUNDSONSLAUNCHES
LAUNCHES LAUNCHESCUPID
CUPID ROBT L E NANCY AND ANDEDNA ANDEDNAS ANDEDNA
EDNA EDNASI S SI Scan Scan
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can be chartered by the hour day orx orxweek o oweek r ri °
i week Terms reasonable reasonableFishing reasonableFishing reasonableFishing
Fishing Tackle and Cooking uten TJtensils utenslls Utensils
sils furnished if l desired desiredPHONE desiredPHONE desiredPHONE
PHONE 204 204GIFT 204BENNIE 204APT
GIFT BENNIE EDMUHDSON EDMUHDSONOWNER EDMUND SON SONOWNER
I OWNER OWNEREXCURSIONS OWNEEXCURSIONS OWNEREXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSThe EXCURSIONSf f
Th The e Tug Monarch Monarchwill i iwHI
will run her regular regularSunday regularSunday regularSunday
Sunday excursions Sunday SundayLeave as follows followsLeave followsaLeave
Leave City at 10 a m for Station StationLeave StationLeave StationLeave
Leave Station 12 m for Pensacola PensacolaLeave PensacolaLeave PensacolaLeave
Leave Pensacola 3 p m for Station StationLeave StationLeave StationLeave
Leave Station 4 p m for Gulf and andreturn andreturn andreturn
return to StationLeave Station StationLeave StationLeave
Leave Station 6 p m for Pensacola PensacolaParties Pens PensacolaParties ola olaParties
Parties can stop at Station on first firsttrip firittrip firsttrip
trip and return to the City in last lasttrip lasttrip lasttrip
trip tripFARE tripFARE tripFARE
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP 50 CENTS CENTSCHILDREN CENTSCHILDREN CENTSCHILDREN
CHILDREN 25 CENTS CENTSBay CENTSBay CENTSBay
Bay Excursion ExcursionThe
The Epworth wo League Leagueof
of the thePALAFOX thePALAFOX thePALAFOX
PALAFOX STREET METHODIST METHODISTCHURCH METHODISTCHURCH METHODISTCHURCH
CHURCH CHURCHwill CHURCHwill
will give an excursion excursionThursday excursionTh excursionThursday
Thursday Th rday July 13th 13thThe
The tug Monarch will leave alas alasfox Palafox Ialafox ¬
fox wharf at 8 p m for the Life Saving SavingStation SavIn SavInStation SavingStation
Station where a stop will be made madeand madeand madeand
and then a run into the Gulf GulfCars GulfI GulfCars
I Cars ars will await the th returnyof returnyofboat t ti4 ti4boat lt
boat boatlADULTS bo boatLADULTS t tr tIADUL
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lADULTS lADULTSCHILDREN TS 35 CENTS1 CENTSrCHILDREN CENTLr CENTLrCHILDREN
CHILDREN 20 CENTS CENTSSEGARIS CENTiSSEGAR CENTSy CENTSSEGARIS
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SEGARIS SEGARISBath SEGARISBath S SBath
Bath House HouseFRANK
r FRANK SIGARt SIGARfProlo SIGARfProloN PropNow Prop PropNow
Now N w open Just one block from csrline car carline carline
line Separate side for ladies and gen gentlemen genz genzU gentlemen
tlemen U men Open day and night Whit Whigpublic Whitpublic WhIpublic
public only Refreshments at all alltimes aUtimes alltimes
times Best place in the ne city cityCOR cItyCbR cityCOR
COR CEVALLOS AND ZARRAGOSSAs ZARRAGOSSAsf ZARRAGOSSA ZARRAGOSSAPanama ZARRAGOSSAI
I I Panama PanamaHats PanamaHatsCleaned Hats HatsCleaned H ats
Cleaned at atPensacola atressln atPensacola
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