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I THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING DECEMBER 15 1906 PAGE THREE 1
This store is always
rpE5ENiTRQUSRS long on Trousers
i if 1 We buy all our Trou
sers from the best of
Ii aa Trouser makers
JJ Today we are show I
iT I ing the largest assort I
ment of fine Trousers in
the city
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We have the exclusive
i
1 agency for the Nufangl
k4 I3 W Trousers the Trouser
I w that has the Button
I J Clasp on each side to
4 1 make them fit perfectly
on the hips when a per
son has a small waist
1 r Paragon Trousers
y need no introduction as
they have a universal
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reputation for Fit
Fnish and workmanship Sweet Orr Trousers are
aide under the best
very conditicns possible and are
pcrtect in fit and finish Trousers 250 to 8
Give him Trouser rw come here to see what you
would like to give him f Xmas
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on ie THIESEH VBUHMCV
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z JC9ai and Wood
I te deliver Ice Coal Charcoal and
t ul anywhere In the city We can
r ply you In any quantity and our
t vice is always prompt
Steam and Domestic Coal
Wood Cut Any Size
E G SEWALL
Phones 614363 26 N Tarragona St
DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY
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A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY
100 PER MONTH
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SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
nent for DIebold Safe and Lock Co
Canton Ohio
oct and Salcsroom20 E Gov St
Just Received
sported Macaroni Sweet Oil Cheeses
I Plklcs Saner Kraut Mackerel Cod
Ift riw Feet Spanish Onions Pilot
for I French Navy Bread Everything
cril new
V lj Hazel 100 per gallon
Marine Grocery Company
V J VIDAL Manaqe
TURTON BELL
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870
Ferfri Supplies Finishing for Amateurs
COTTRELL
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS
Pensacola Fla
R K WHITE
vtcIw tr Manufacturing Jewoler and Graduate
r c an 30 S Paialox Street Pensacola Fla
Tersely Told
J W Lang of Muscogee was in
nl t last night on a short visit
J i ilushes one of the prominent
h ss niiii of Florala Ala was in
dlv esterday an a short business
I maximum temperature at Pen
f i yesterday was 74 degrees at
in while the minimum was CO
l IS at 7 a in Last year on the
c i date the maximum was 63 de
rot sand tho minimum 52 degrees
Tho fishing schooner Sylvia which
has botii used since the storm n
wmklnR work has been fitted with
iiothir mast and will sail today for
10 lishiiiK hanks for
the first time
mre the September hurricane
n Immense electric sign the first
or us size and nature ever brought
to tins city has heen received by the
1 aoola Electric Co The sign
Vr rhl words Pensacola Electric
all < < 1 will require a large num
if lights to illuminate it It Is
J ntion of Manager Leadley to
lie sign placed above the com
l11 iifv general offices in the
J > building
A v rot of men in the employ of
Lir4 t Co are making good prog
Ft ii ilnating the fishing schooner
i I nil leh rests between a quan
t
f piling near the fish house of
T n The piling has been re
t J rJ from the east side of the ves
SI that she can float out and yes
fi 1 v afternoon the pumps were at
lumping out the water so that
L iiil float It Is believed she will
° I itd during today and soon be
In Aorthy condition
J Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla are
ti < Vmakes pride Absolutely
PU so twice as far and the Blue
rJhn Flavor Is perfection Ask
0 fI1 P 3c size
Decided Hit
Q Lo a decided lilt Is being made
td ory beautiful display of burnt
I 11 I Till leather goods of Mrs Buck
f Uruces In the Brent building
lily appropriate for gift service
MS tim s The spirit of giving
I l > o better shown than In a gift
handsome work and those who
1 the beautiful should by all
Li vee it
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fIDEliTY LO n GE
ElECTS NEW
OFFICERS
Enthusiastic Meeting of Pen I I
sacolas Young K of P
Lodge Held
An enthusiastic meeting of Fidel
ity Lodge No 68 Knights of Pythias
was held last night in the K of P
castle hall and new officers chosen
for the ensuing term The chancel
lor commander J W Bullard was
was reelected for another term Much
interest is being shown in the lodge
which is the yungest K of P lodge
in the city The officers chosen were
as follows
C CJ W Bujlard
V CH H DeWItt
PScott M Loftin
M of VA C Johnson
M at AJas F Whiting
I GGeo T Stogsdill
O GR J Owens
M of EJ K Quarles
K of R S and M of FHenry
Bellinger
AV O DGeo P Wentworth Hen
ry Bellinger and Sam Pasco Jr
Representative Grand Lodge
Scott M Loflin
AlternateJ W Bullard
Member Pythian Building Commit
tee J W Bullard
The Arnl Uaibeeib
Intoxication from eating a dish of
liver was once my portion said an
orientalist It happened In the Saha
ra I was spendingthe winter at El
Kantara In February I made a car
avan trip over the desert along the
great caravan route that runs from I
I Biskra to Timbuktu The third day I
I out we reached nn oasis of date palms
I Ye got coffee at the baked mud cafe
We dined on red fish and gazelle
steak and for an entree was served
I this Infernal liver It was liver pow
I dered with kilt Kill Is hasheesh It is
i made of hemp and it makes you
i drunk The Arabs mix it with their
j tobacco and they bread liver with It
and they drop it in coffee Thus they
eat drink and smoke their klff I ate
their klff and Imagined my arm to be
a mile long I thought my foot as big
as a mountain My voice when I j
spoke sounded in my ears like the j
roar of a thousand thunders In a
word I was kiff drunk and it was
two days before I was fit to resume
my Journey across the gold colored
sands
PropJtsonlf I
An English dally had the following
advertisement Wanted A gentleman
to undertake the sale of a patent med j
iclnc The advertiser guarantees It i
will be profitable to the undertaker
Christian Register
Patience is the strongest of strong
I drinks for It kills the giant Despair
Jcrrold
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I Right Living is I I
Bright Living
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GrapeNuts I
I FodD
I lets in the sunshine
THERES A REASON
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OHARA MUST PLEAD TO
PEONAGE INDICTMENTS
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MOBilE TEAM IS
VICTORIOUS
AGAIN
Bartow Academy Defeated
Pensacola Classical School
by Score of 8 to 0
In a very slow game of football at
Palmetto Beach yesterday afternoon
the Classical School team was de
feated by the score of 8 to 0 by the
Barton Academy squad of Mobile
It was easily seen in the first part
of the game that the local boys were
no match for their heavier and more
experienced opponents The Mobile
boys were exceedingly quick in the
execution of their plays and having
heavier backs who seldom If ever
fumbled made short work of the Clas
I sIcals who seemed out of form or
practice
The game started with Pensacola
kicking badly to Mobile who when
once started seemed to gain ground
very easily With straight line bucks
and end runs also using their tackle
formation Barton at the end of five
minutes playing had the ball on the
Classicals 15 yard line Pensacola
held her there for downs and got the
ball Avery attempted to punt for
Pensacola but received a bad pass
the ball going over the line Avery
started back but was pushed down
for a safety Score Barton 2 Clas
sicals 0
The Classicals kicked and Barton
failed to return The local boys ral
lied and held Mobile for short gains
Williams showing up in his work on
the defense Mobile was forced to
punt and kicked out of bounds the
ball going to Pensacola Putting
Hannah around Bartons left end for
15 yards and Turtle around right end
for about 15 more Pensacola ended
the half with the ball on her oppon
ents 15 yard line Score Barton
Classicals 0
Second Half
Barton kicked and Classicals made
a good return Classicals made fine
forward pass for about 15 yards and
Hannah added 20 more to it Pensa
cola lost ball Barton worked a trick
play and made touch down through
clear field Score Barton 7 Classi
cals 0
Barton kicked pretty goal and
placed the score Barton S Class
cals 0
The Classicals kicked and the
teams played back and forth over the
field the Classicals kicking io Bar
tons 2 yard line Barton easily
brought the ball away from the
danger line by long end runs and
gains through center for 10 and fif
teen yards P C S succeeding in
holding Barton for downs In the mid
dle of the field Barton kept the ball
in Pensacolas territory except one
time when it reached her 35 yard line
for the remainder of the half Time
was called with Bartons ball on Pen
sacolas 2 yard line Final score Bar I
ton 8 Classicals 0
Length of the halves was 20
minutes
Overton of the Barton aggregation
was easily the star of the game
The weather was exceedingly warm
for football and probably tended to
make the game the slow affair it
turned out to he The attendance
was small but cheerful and gave the
locals good backing in the rooting
line
Water Cure for Constipation
Half a pint of hot water taken half
an hour before breakfast will usually
keep the bowels regular Harsh ca
thartics should be ayoided When a
purgative is needed take Chamber
lains Stomach and Liver Tablets
They are mild and gentle in their ac
tion For sale by all druggist
A Trick of Actor
Most people know that the memory
may be easily confused by learning a
passage In two or three different ways
or by hnvit jvpce heard an Incorrect
form of giving it Working on this
principle actors are fond of putting
stumbling blocks In one anothers way
A stock joke dear to the hearts of all
players is the regular thing to be in
flicted upon a beginner in the first act
of Richard III It is in the scene
where the coffin of Henry VI is borne
across the stage One of the men who
Carry It has been raised from the posi
tion of supernumerary to his first
I speaking pnrt which consists of a sin
gle Hue Before the performance it is
usual for some older actor to take him
aside and impress him with the enor
mous difficulties of delivering that sen
tence correctly The victim listens
nervously
Now most actors says his tor
mentor gravely make this mistake
the first time they play the part In
stead of saying as It Is a My lord
stand back and let the coffin pass they
give It this way My lord stand back
and let the parson cough
And after he has heard the latter ver
non absurdthough it Is the chances
are that the poor supernumerary will
give that to the audience on the first
nigbt
The Correct Explanatfa
Yes said Dubbey the actor Ihad
n splendid part in the show but Ier
took sick and
An interrupted Wiseman you
mean you didnt take well Philadel
phia Ledger
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Judge Locke Overrules De i
murrers filed by Defen
dant and Denies
Motions
REFUSED MOTION TO QUASH
AND WOULD NOT ALLOW
COUNSEL FOR OHARA A BILL
OF PARTICULARS PROCEED
INGS IN CELEBRATED CASE AT
JACKSONVILLE
Overruling the demurrer i o the In
dictments against OHara denying
the motion to quash and later denying
the motion for a bill of particulars
JudgeJames W Locke in the United
States district court yesterday sus
tained the contentions of the govern
ment in every particular and the big
peonage cases are now ready to come
to trial says the Jacksonville Times
Union
Mr OHara will be arraigned in
open court at 10 oclock this morning
and will enter a plea of not guilty to
the indictments that have been re
turned against him r
Trial of the cases will probably be
taken up at once with Assistant Uni
ted States Attorney General Charles
W Russell and Assistant District At
torney Richard P Marks prosecuting
the cases Mr OHara will be de
fended by Attorneys George M
Powell Col W M Todiner and Judge
Reynolds of Toomer Reynolds
The same attorneys will also defend
the employees of Mr OHara who by
some of the indictments were joint
ly indicted with OHara
The petit jury will probably be se
lected this morning and the present
ing of evidence for the government
begun without delay
Demurrers Are Overruled
Immediately upon the opening of
the court yesterday morning Judge
Locke took up the question of the de
murrers and motions to quash indict
ments In the several cases of the
United States vs F J OHara
The oourt stated that the principal
grounds raised by counsel for the de
fense were the Insufficiency of the i
Indictment regarding the stating of
the details of the alleged offenses
committed and further Insufficiency
in that they bad failed to allege that
the holding to involuntary servitude
was for the purpose of making the
alleged peons work out an indebtedness
V
ness
Is Statutory Offense I
The court then stated that peonage
was a statutory offense and that the
indictments did not have to be as
nicely drawn as did indicments
brought under the common law An
indictment brought in the language
of the statute the court held with
sufficient particularsu tated to inform
the defendant what was the offense
charged was a valid indictment
Then passing to the Clyatt case
which being the only peonage case
passed upon by the United States
supreme court is the one most
quoted by counsel the court pointed
out that the supreme court nad not
declared that the indictment was in
sufficient and that this was so in an
I indictment in which the indebted
ness was in the words of the indict
I
ment itself claimed1
The reversal of the lower court
was Judge Locke said clearly on the
ground of insufficiency of proof in
that charging the defendant with re
turning certain parties to a condition
of peonage there had not been suf
ficient proof to the effect that he had
formerly been in a condition of peon
age to which he was returned by the
defendant
Judge Locke then briefly stated
that he considered these Indictments
valid and that the demurrers thereto
and the motions to quash were over
ruled and denied
Ask Bill of Particulars
Immediately after the decision of
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Judge Locke had been handed down
Attorney George M Powell presented
a motion for a bill of particulars
The grounds set up as to why the
government should furnish the de
fendant with a bill of particulars was
that the particulars of the offenses
charged were unknown to the defend
ant that no preliminary hearing on
some of the charges had been held
that the pleadings of the government
were vague Indefinite and uncertain
and tended to embarrass the defend
ant in preparing his defense and that
the defendant by the denied motion
to quash and the demurrer which had
been overruled had sought to gain
these desired particulars
Judge Locke then asked Mr Powell
what particulars were desired by the
defendant
What Was Wanted
In reply Mr Powell pointed out
that there were two distinct charges
brought against Mr OHara some of
the indictments charging peonage In
one form or another and the others
charging carrying away with intent
to hold a slave
In regard to the slavery indict
ments counsel stated that the de
fendant wished to know by whom
the peons had been held in peonage
the names of those returning the al
leged peons to peonage by what
means they had been held in a con
dition of peonage by what means
they had been returned to a condition
of peonage what was the debt for
which they had been held and a de
scription etc of the place of busi
ness and nature of the business at
Maytown and Buffalo Bluff
Argument is Brief
Mr Powell after the motions had
been presented briefly argued them
contending that all that had been
asked for were facts which the de
fendant had the right to know as
In preparing his defense justice de
manded that he know fully the par
ticulars of the offense charged against
him in order that he might be fully
aware of just what he had to meet
Col W M Toomer referring again
to the question of indebtedness
pointed out that in the Clyatt case
the indictment had not been chal
lenged by the counsel for Clyatt He
argued that the two essentials to
peonage were the indebtedness of the
alleged peon and involuntary service
to work out the debt
Both Must Be Proven
Should the defense prove he con
tended that there had been no debt
or that there had been no involun
tary servitude the defense would be
complete as it would likewise be did
the goverinment fall to make out
these two essentials Therefore he
argued inasmuch as at least two of
the indictments did not even men
tion indebtedness OHara had the
right to know what debt was charged
to whom it was owed etc In order to
prepare his defense
Assistant United States District At
torney Richard P Marks replied
briefly for the government contend
ing that the indictments were suf
ficiently particular In themselves to
put the defendant on notice of what
he must prepare to meet
Motion Is Denied
When Mr Marks had concluded the
court ordered an informal recess un
til 12 oclock
At noon the court reconvened and
Judge Locke announced that after
carefully considering the motion
made by counsel for the defendant
he felt that it should be denied and
that the government not be re
quired to furnish the defense with the
bill of particulars as asked
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Saturday December 15
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