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VOL XLNO 130 PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY MORNING MAY 30 1908
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FOUR OFTEN
DIlEGATES WIN
All FUR BRYAN
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I One From State at Large
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and Three District Del
egates in Primary
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i JOURNALS REPORTS
4 FULLY VERIFIED
J Results as Printed in Special
t Dispatches to The Journal
Y Are Verified in Count of
State Committee Made
Public Yesterday
JQ Special to The Journal
Jacksonville May 29nhe state
r executive committee made Its official
f canvass today of fhe Vote cast at the
I democratic primary of May 19 with
the following result
United States Senator
BEARD 45 ° 1
1 n An
BRO VAIRD
iFIJHTCHBR 17208
LAMAR 12572
Governor
BROWINB 8986
GILOHRJST 23246
STOCKTON 2056
Five Presidential Elec > rs
BAILEY 20273
BUTLER 18532
IDA VLS 25631
iLAPPINGTiCXN I 14819
MARTIN 207 c
PASCO 2ICS
6TROZIHR 12251
One Nal Committeeman
T A JBNNtLNGS 18155
IV IS JENNINGS 16998
Attorney General
ELLIS 17390
fTBAlDMEDL 22899
Comptroller
lAJPFUEYARD 21073
CRO i t 21983
KNIGHT 6SS7
Railroad Commissioner
The race for railroad commissioner
will have to be run over strain by
< Royal CDunn and W K Jackson
Delegates Elected
t Four out of the ten delegates were
elected and all of the ones which
were elected are straightout Bryan
mien They are In5E Alexander
from the state at large A J Knight
and I S Giddens of the first congres
s district and Frank L Mayes
of the third congressional district
fThe following delegates must run
over asaln
Must Run Over
State at Largo B O Bowden Max
MT Brown A C Clewis Chas FI
Eaton A S Mann and K H Shackle
fordSecond
Second Dist1lclE W Bond T
S Davis Bat Murphy and F o
Seatring
Third DistrictA C Blount Jr
and Jno T G Crawford
r PRESBYTERIANS
0 HAVE ADJOURNED
Gathering at Greensboro N
C Comes to an End
Confession of Faith
By Associated Press
Greensboro N C May 29Tha
consideration of the report on schools
and colleges was resumed today by
the general assomhy of the Southern
Presbyterian church In toe discus
sion of the sohools and colleges an
amendment was adopted looking to
the safeguarding of
3 donations so as
to keep them under the control of
the church
< The committee foi the case of
Young and others against the synod
of Kentucky recommzndEd that the
> complaint be sustained and the whole
mister was referred back to the
synod for a new hearing The report
of the committee was accepted
In view of the widespread differ
ence of opinion as to the neessity of
a chan e of some sort to a confession
of faith the asseirbly ends to the
Presbyteries the questfon Shall any
change be made in the confession of
faith chapter 10 section 7
On the subject of polygamy the
assembly adopted a resolution express
ing sympathy with the missionaries
in the foreign flu d in the difficulties
encountered and at the same time en
joins upon the missionary that in
dealing with questions arising out or
those condWons he must be careful
to make It plain that such customs
and practices are to be condemned as
contrary to the law of Christ as re
vealed In the Scripture
The committee appointed to formu
late Judgment in the appeal of the
Presbytery of eastern Texas against
the synod of Texas reported the
Presbytery sustained and the synod
reversed
The assembly formally dissolved wt
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FILIBUSTER HOLDS
SENATE ALL NIGHT
LaFollette Leads a Revolt
Against AldrichVree
land Currency Bill
WISCONSINAN TALKS
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FOR OVER 18 HOURS
Jeff Davis Said to Have Wir
ed LaFollette to Hold Out
Until He Can Reach Cap
ital Leader of Filibuster
Threatens to Keep Senate
in Session Three Weeks
More
I
Associated Press
Washington May 2D Senaior La
Follette of Wisconsin in an effort to
defeat the cbnferdnce report on the
r AldrichVreeland currency bill led the I
I most effective filibuster movement i
r that the upper Souse of congress has
witnessed in several years The sen
t ator began talking in the morning ses
sion and at3 a m he had not
stopped and stated that he would talk
all night
nightTwenty Roll Calls
Vhen the report was brought up he
took the floor and insisted that a
I quorum be maintained all the time
I and up to 6 oclock had demanded 20
I rollcalls
Shortly before 6 od ock La Follette
inquired whether the proposition
would be agreed to strike out the railroad
I road IJt > nds and stocks from the list
of securities contemplated in the con
I terence agreement but Aldrich
promptly declined the offer saying
I the adoption of tho report was the
only question before the senate
La Follette threatened during the
day to keep the senate in session
three weeks
I It Is understood that Senator Stone
I of Missouri will give his support to
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Continued on Page Two
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STREET CAR RAN
1LD20 HURT i I
Motorman Loses Control of
Car Carrying 300 Baseball
FansMen Women and
Children Jump and Road
way Lined With Injured
None Hurt Fatally
By Associated Press
I Montgomery Ala May 29A score
late
or more persons were Injured
I today when a crowded electric car
retnrrnlns from the baseball park ran
away down a steep incline east of
Madison avenue None who were In
jured are fatally hurt
Three hundred or more passengers
were on the car which was one of a
umber bringing the crowd back to
the city from todays Southern League I
ball game It i s stated by eye wit
nesses that the oar was tQo close
Upon the one ahead and when It be
came apparent that the car was tie
jond control ot the motoronan and i
while he was Shouting to the crew
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ahead to pull out and give him roof
there was a scramlble for safety among I
the passengers
Men > women and boys Jumped off
the car regardless of their personal
safety and an a few moments th >
roadway was lined with injured per
sons The car was finally stopped at
the foot of the hill
NEGRO MILLHAND
KILLED AT BAGDAD
Special to The Journal
Bagdad Fla May 29John Henry
a negro was struck by a cant which
became jammed in the saw and was
instantly killed A Green was also
struck by the wheel but was not se
riously hurt
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Theodore Price and Others
Charged With Crop Leaks
I
By Associated Press
Washington May 29Almost sim
ultaneously in Vashinston and New
York indictments were today re
I turned against Theodoie H Price a
prominent New York cotton broker
I Frederick A Peckham and Moses
Haas both of New York and Edwin
S Holmes Jr of this city formerly
assistant statistician of the depart
ment of agriculture for alleged par
ticipation In the government crop re
port leaks
Price is changed with having con
spired with the other three men to
f
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furnish advices regarding the crop re
ports of the department of agricul I
ture and Price Peckham and Haas
are charged with conspiracy to bribe
Holmes to shape the official reports
to suit their interests
There are four indictments by the i
federal grand jury in both cities Ac
cor ing to one indictment Price made
750000 out of advance information
regarding the report for December
1904 and paid 125000 to Haas out of
this sum
Price appeared today in New York
and gave bond of 5000
OKLAHOMA
STORM
Great Damage of Last Week i
is Repeated by Awful
Winds and Rains
FIVE PERSONS ARE
REPORTED KILLED
Crops are Ruined By Hail
Storm in Red River Dis
trict Cloudbursts Water
spouts Cyclones and Tor
nadoes Visit Various Parts
of New State I
By Associated Press
Guthrie Okla May 29JA second
series of cyclones tornadoes water
spouts and iheavy rains struck Okla A 1
homa last might Tornadoes ore re
pcrted at iHennessey Enid Frederick
Cashon and Duncan cloudbursts at
Weleetka and Tulsa and waterspouts
at Navina
The damage last night was as great
as the flood of last week Five per
sons are reported kjlied at Our an
and three seriously injured near
Cashon
A hail storm did arnica damage to
craps on Red River A numb of
lives are believed to have been lost
as a result of the sudden rise
Telephone and telegrapft wires are
down generally throughout the state
FAMOUS CEDRINO
MEETS DEATH
IN AUTO
By Associated Press
Baltimore Md May 29 Emanuel
Cedrino the Italian auto driver was
instantly killed at the Plrallco race j
track this afternoon when the throe
wheel oar smashed qvd o s and Ills
brother were v ihr r against the
fence Cedrino neck was broken
Cednnos brother who Is a mechanic
and in the car with Cedrino was hurt I
but little
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4 Pittsburg Pa May 21
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South Decorates the Tombof Stephen D Lee I
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STRICKEN SUCCESSfUL SCtiOOl YEAR
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HON T A JENNNINGS OF PENSACOLA
Who Was Elected Democratic National Committeman for Florida by a Fine
Majority
STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE
BR STEAMER GQLDSBOI
British Government Asked RfiUfPTmV PsT
to Have Warships Run
I Down Vessel Which Has
No Better Status Than a
Pirate
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Special to The Journal
I New York May 29 Pressure was
brought to bear upon the British Am
bassador James Bryce at Washing
ton today to get him to have his gov
ernment order out a British cruiser
to hunt for the steamer Goldsboro
because she has no better status than
a pirate
The Goldsbcro was chartered by the
Export Shipping Company which
failed after its president and secre
tary had disappeared They are be
> el to be on board tile pirate stearn
e which ib also carrying 5250000
h rtTr n n < r t n A ivw vir nn chippers
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The GcMstjoro sailed from this port
May 2 and has not b22n heard from
since She cleared for Belize British
Honduras but she has not touched
there The vessel mailed under tae
British flag but whin she had hardly
got beyond Sandy Hook her British
registiy was revoked by the British
consul general in New York
It was Jcaiced tclay from Edward
B Bois who has been appointed by
the Uii Sited States courts receiver for
the Expert Shippin Company mat
Francis G Bailey and A 1V Bailey
the president and seCretary of the
concern had several drafts discount
ed before they disappoared
Joseph Fried counsel for the cred
itors of the Export Company was in
Washaston tcday to see vnfbaasador
Bryce and to have H British cruiser
ordered from one of the Carribeau
cr one of the cuthern seas for search
of the hz Ti seas for toe Goidsboro
anl bring her back to these waters
The Iln ten of the GoVJfrt > cro has
been growing day by dav She sailed
from New York with only 200 tons
of coal aboard and she arts not put
into any port other In the Antilles
lor in Central or South America to
fill her bunkers
ff H Rockwell the treasurer of the
Export Company was in New York
today aiding the receiver to straight
en out the affairs of the concern
energy Lees
Funeral Today
Special to The Journal
Columbus Miss May 21The fun
eral of General Stephen D Lee will
be held at this place today Veterans
from all parts of the south have ar
rived in the city to attend the fun
eral In the funeral cortege TvIII
march thousands of Confederate vet
eans who have asitnroled nere
The services will be conducted at
the former home of General Lee ac
corling the Baptist ritual the gen
eral having been a member of that
church iMajcr General Robert Low
ery commanding the Mississippi dl
vVsion wQl be in corramand of the vet
erans
G iheraJ W L B Cabell of Texas
vh > succeeds Genera Lee as com
mander in chief of the United Confed
erate Veterans will he unable to be
presnt on account of the storms In
Texas
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CAPSiZED BOAT
IS CLEARED UP
Party of Three Rescued By I
I Colored Boy Off Mus
I
I cogee Wharf
I
They Clung to the Upturned
Craft Until the Boy Arriv
I ed One of the Party Was
I a Woman and The Other
Two Were Men
What was first thought to have
been another mystery of the bay in
the shape of a capsized yawl whicn
was towed to the barge office on
Thursday afternoon was cleared yes
tartar when the owners of the boat
appeared for the purpose of claiming
their property The shipwrecked
party was composed of Joe Colzm and
YV J Alisood and wife all of whom
had a narrow ecape from death by
drowning They reside in the vicin
ity of Mn cogep wlmri and the boat
is kept for private pleasure excur
sions
Boat Turns Turtle
According to the accounts of those I
who figured In the noideiit the party
had been across the bay whea the ap
proaching squall was noticed and the
return trip to Pensiacola was attempt
ed A sudden puff of wind however
served to capsize the boat all three
succeeding in holding on to the sides
of the craft The trouble had fortu
nately occurred within a short dis
tance from what is known as Bar
clays Point and it was not long be
fore their plight was discovered by
persons on shore John Puns was
emote those to take in the situation
I and although the sea was still choppy
he caused a boat TO be sent out in
charge of Lonzo Buffer colored for
the relief of the victims The negro i
succeeded in reaching the spot in
safety and all three were saved The
boat was aitowed to drift being after
ward discovered by iersons who
towed it to the barge office No explanation
I
planation as to ns capsized condition
I could be secured and there was con
siderable speculation as to the fate
of its occupants The persons who
I
composed the shipwrecked party weJ e
I not located until last night by The
Journal and when seen stated that
the accident had come in an entirely
unexpected manner a puff of wind
turning the boat over so quickly that
the occupants had scarcely time to
grasp the sides as she slid over into
the water
Commencement Exercises Of
Pensacola High School
Last Night
MISS LeBARON WINS
PARKHILL MEDAL
Exercises Were Witnessed
By a Large Audience
Which Taxed the Capacity
of the Opera House Di
plomas Presented Graduat
ing Class
I
Witnessed by au audience which
taxed the capacity of the opera house
complete in every detail and reflect
ing credit upon pupils and instructors
alike the fourth annual commence
ment of the Pensucola High School
occurred last night The essays wer
splendid aud the oratorical contests
interestingvespecially those for the
Parkhill medial which resulted in
Miss Olivia Baron being declared
the winner The exercises were a
most fitting close of a very success
ful sChoo year
At a few minutes past S oclock the
curtain rose members of the gradu
ating class medallists judges etc be
ing seated upon the stage which was
beautifully decorated in potted plants
ferns and vines the woodland scenery
of tilt theatre forming a beautiful
background
The graduates occupied the front
seats the young ladies all dalntilv
gowned in grandmother swiss ouch
dress liandsonsefy trimmed in lace
with white ribbon girdles and white
hair ribbons No prettier or more
graceful bevy of sweet girl gradu
ates could he produced in a city
twice The size of Pensacola and their
many friends admired and applauded
throughout the evening
A notable fact this year was that
there were three boys In the grsulua
tion class and tihis created min b
ravorsible comment as last year the
onlygraduates were young lading
The High Sehooll Glee club ren
dered the opening chorus and as tills
Klub has over 75 welltrained mem
bers the music was excellent
The Prize Essays
The first numbers on HIP program
were the realm of the arious prize
essays Miss Mor ret Campbell read
W E ANDERSON
Who Presented Diplomas to Graduates
of iHgh School
n
her eS > lY on The Sei e and Fall
of Charleston S C for which she
was warded the medal given by the
Sons of the American Revolution and
which was presented by Judge A C
Bloim Jr Then followed the essay
Memorial Day by Mr Charles
Overman who was awarded the
Bloimt composition medal which was
presented by Rev P II Whalcy
Miss Tuliulah Fell read the essay
The Purpose of the U D C for
which she was awarded the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy mednl Hon
W E Anderson presenting it Mist
Margaret Campbell who also won the
P K Yonge history medal read her
essay which was considered well
worthy of the prize Rev Percival H
Vhaley presented the BJount composi
tion medal expressi his pleasure in
awarding it and at the annual Im
provement in the high school wtouh
is perceptible at each commencement
The Helen Fisher medal which was
awarded to Miss Lola Lee Daniell for
the highest average made in every
study in section A fifth grade was
preserMed to this aright little girl by
Hon C L Shine
Parkhill Medal
The event of the evening was the
Parkhill medal contest which is
given each year by Justice C B Park
hill of the supreme court for the best
recitation
The contestants and judges ware as
foVows
Pro Patrio Olivia LeBaron
The Execution of Montrose Miriam
BIounL
As the Moon RoseFlorence Hal
sey
Continued on Page Two
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