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V f OFFICIAL from WASHINGTON Occasional sliowers Tuesday and Wednesday variable winds I
Get in Too With I To reach aS of the neo =
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VOL i XI MJ132 PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING JUNE 2 1908 PRICE 5 CENTS
ti u SENATO4OtS
0 OF APKAWAS
J 1 t EpSufflENLY
Sta nchiencend Admirer
f illyaiJ Bryan Is
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GoneForever I
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ONDUCf THE 96
AND OO CAMPAIGNS
Was on Committee of Reso
r lutions That Drew Up the
Famous 16 to 1 Platform
Served Long in Public
Life and Retired From
Active Politics in 1903
By Associated Press
Washington Jnn 1 Fonmer Sen
ator James K Jones of Arkansas
lied In ths city late today Senator
Jones was 111 only a few hours
He was one of the leading demo
crats in the senate from 1885 to 1903
and on2 of the strongest supporters
of Williams Jennings t Bryan having
as chairman of the democratic nation
al committee conducted the cam
paigns of 1896 and 1900 Since leav
r ing the senate In 1903 he conducted
a law practice in this city and ihas
not aotlvaly engaged in politics He
was 69 years ot age
j Jones was elected to the state
senate In 1873 and became president
of that body in 1S77 Afterwards he
was elected to the 47th and two suc
ceeding congresses and hi 1885 suc
ceeded to the seat of James D Wilker
in the United States senate where he
berved three terms retiring in 1903 A
f Senator Jones was a delegate to
the national democratic convention of
1896 which gave Bryan his first nom
ination and as chairman of the com
Uttee on resolutions reported te
X16 to 1 platform He was made
chairman of the democratic national
committee after the convention
In the senate Jones came forward
rapidly as one of the leaders of his
sarty and although not an orator ± he
was a forceful and logical speaker
and was often heard in debate Th
altmeral will take place in this city
COMPRESS CO
IS BANKRUPT
C C Hanson of Memphis Is
Made Receiver Of a
Huge Firm
By Associated Press
Memphis Tenn June 11Ihe Gulf
Compress Company capitalized at a
w million dollars was olaced in tha
t lands of C C Hanson as receiver
upon the application for receiver and
general creditors bill by several large
stockholders of the corporation
1 Abnormal conditions relative to the
cotton crop recent car shortage ex
cessive litigation including the anti
trust ouster suit In Mississippi
coupled with inability to collect larg
amounts due are to be held responsi
ble for the bad financial condition or
the company The receiver made a
Bjond of 100000
Cotton Leakers Are
Up Before the U
S Court
BY Associated Press
dew York June 1 Moses Haas
Irdlcted by the federal grand jury FrI
day with Theodore Price and others
in connection with cotton report
leak surrendered to United States
Commissioner Shields today and his
ball was fixed at 5000 Frederick
A P kham associated with Price
came in later and his bond was fixed
at the same sum
When Haas was taken before Judge
Charfield in the criminal branch of
the United States circuit court ar
rangaments were made so that he was
required to furnish 10000 bail Ten
tative pleas of not guilty were en
tered and both instructed to appear
in court again June 14
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4 A TOWN BANK
4 ROBED OF 8000 4
4
By Associated Press
4 Cuba Kans June 1 Four 4
4 men robbed the state bank here 4
4 today and escaped with be
tween six and eight thousand 4
4 dollars after a fight with clti
4 No one was injured in the 4
fight A possee is In pursuit 4
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COLONEL W STEWART ARMY EXILE WHOSE CASE HAS STIRRED THE SENATE
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Colonel William F Stewart whose banishment the desolate and practically abandoned post at Fort Grant
Ariz has stirred government circles In general and Senator Rayner of Maryland in particular has been in the Unit
ed States army since 1868 He Is a native of Rhode Island and was born in 1849 He was commissioned In 1866
and graduated from the artillery school in 1871 since whlcn time he has commanded artillery posts in various
parts of the country Colonel Stewarts retirement was demanded by President Roosevelt on the ground that his
Irritability made his continuance the army impossible Upon the officers refusing to retire he was sent to the
Arizona post where there is no command except a servant caretaker and afew government mulcs > Senator Ray
ner demanded an inquiry into the colooaels case declaring in several caustic speeches that the pres dent had exceed
ed his authority
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ARMY OFFICER WHO FELT THE WEIGHT OF BIG STICK
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BRYAN CAPTURES ALL
DELEGATES LAST WEEK
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WAR AGAINST
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ijUACKEHIES
American Medical Associa
tion Will Start Crusade
on Improper Schools
By Associated Press
Chicago June IThe annual con
vention of the American Medical
sedation met here today with 7000
delegates in attendance Ths first ses
sion was devoted to business of a
legislative character
It was announced before the conven
tion opened that the committee on
education will present a report sharp
ly attacking the cheap medical col
leges of the country Action will be
urged against colleges whose graduates
score more than 20 per cent of fail
ure in their practice The committee
has prepared statistics by which all
r American medical colleges are graup
ed under three heads The first clas
sification groups together those col
leges which graduates have averaged
less than 10 per cent of failures the
second those whose alumni have
averaged between 10 and 20 per
cent of failures and third those
whose graduates have shown more
than 20 per cent of failures
Tomorrow first meeting for
scientific discussion will ate held
BRUTAL MURDER
OF TWO PERSONS
By Associated Press
Paris June IA sensation has
been caused in the art world here
by the brutal murder of the dis
tinguished painter Adolphe Steinheil
and his motherinlaw Mme Stein
heil who were found strangled this
morning in the formers residence in
the Rue de Vaugirard which adjoins
the studio of Seymour Thomas the I
American portrait painter The house
was ransacked of everything of
value M SteinheiTs wife r who was 1
found gagged and bound to a bed de
clares that the crime was committed I
by two men and a woman The lat i
ter she believes she recognized aas a I
model who was employed by her hus J
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N Y Herald Says Gray and I
Johnson Forces Are
Standstill
BRYANS VOTE
WILL BE 770
From Reports Bryan Now
Has Within 89 Delegates
of the Necessary Two
Thirds of the Convention
Opponents Obtained No
Votes Last Week
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By Associated Press I
New York June lDhe Herald
says
saysWin J Bryan has made a clean I
sweep of all the delegates to the I
Democratic National Convention to
Denver that were elected r 3 week
He tow has an rwhelmingly pre
ponderance of the delegates elected
today and for the first time in sev I
eral weeks the allied forces of John
son and Gray are at a standstill
In making its summary from week I
to week of the progress cr is con
test the Herald seeks to be fair to
both sid s and while it endeavors to I
avoid lunduly swelling Mr Bryan I
strength all the reports would Seem
to indicate that iMr Bryans total
vote in the convention will be at least I
770 He is now within S5 delegates j
of having the necessaryy twothirds
ot the convention i
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GAINED 58 VOTES I
Briefly summarized Mr Bryan dur
ing the last week gained 5S votes Of
these 50 were instructed coming from
Texas West Virginia and Arizona I
By virtue of the action of the Texas
convention six delegates already
elected in that state but uninstructed i
were placed under instructions to vote
for him He added eight delegates to j
his string in Xew Hampshire
NONE OBTAINED BY OTHERS
Xo delegates were elected instruct
ed instructed for eighter Judge Gray I
or for Govrnor Johnson or who can
be claimed for any candidate other I
than Mr Bryan In the table of in
j structe1 delegates Mr Bryan now has
543 He is entitled to 40 votes that
are not instructed for him and it is j
lrobable that he will receive the sup
port of 187 delegates yet to Ibe elct
cd for the most part in the south
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KILLED MOTHER
OF SWEETHEART
IN HOt Y HOUSE
Man Madly in Love With
Daughter Shoots Down
Mother Who Frowned on
His SuitAs Woman Left
Her Pew Murderer Stood
Fired in Aisle and Deliberately I
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Special to The Journal
Fond du Lac Wis June lDien
to madness by the refusal of the pa
rents of the girl he loved to allow him
to pay attention to her Grant Poole
son of Moses Poole a weltodo tarm
er residing near the village of Oak
field ten miles south of this city
took awful revenge during church
services Sunday morning Three
shots were fired one of which took
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effect the victim dying in the arms
of her hi = i > Tnd a few minutes later
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The murder took place in the
Methodist hurch at the close of the
morning service The last hymn had
been sung and the Rev SabJn Hal
sey had delivered the benediction
Poole sat midway between tin altar
and the door As the people started I
to fie out of church Poole stood up
and waited in hi pew Mrs Orvis
came along with her husband the
family pew being well toward the
front of the church Poole glowered
at her < and his stare caused people
nearby to look at him in fear After
Mrs Orvis had passed by the pew in
which the murderer was standing I
Poole turned toward her drew a re
volver and shot three times
Congregation in Panic I
The congregation hearing the shots
followed by a scream as Mrs Orvis
sank to the floor nearly broke into a
panic Her husband knelt at the side
of Mrs Orvis unabe to comprehend
what had transpired He thought she I
had fainted but a rapidly increasing I
pool of blood on the aisle carpet at I
last convinced him of the terrible
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deed that had taken place Even
while he was bending over her his I
wife expired
Following his act Poole flourished I
his revolver in the faces of those
nearest and clearing a space darted
to the door and escaped Sheriff
Continued on Page Two
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ROOSEVELT POLICIES
ARE TAFT POLICIES
100TH YEAR OF
FOUNDING OF
TEMPERANCE
Worlds Centennial Congress
Will Meet June 14th
Representatives From All
the States and Many For
I eign Countries to be Pres
ent Prominent Speakers
By Associated Press
Saratoga June IThe one hun
dreth anniversary of the founding of
the first American temperance so
ciety in the town of Moreau Sara
toga county by Dr Billy J Clark
will be celebrated by a ten days in
ternational congress to be held in
this place beginning Sunday June H
and ending Tuesday June 23 and to
be known as the Worlds Temper
ance Centennial Congress Gover
nor Charles E Hughes of New York
state and a notable company of dis
tinguished public men women and
temperance leaders of international
reputation will be the guests of Sara
toga Springs upon this occasion
The formal address of welcome
will be delivered by Governor Hughes
at the afternoon session of the con
gress in convention hall on Monday
June 15 Hon Oliver W Stewart
of Illinois and Hon Seaborn Wright
of Georgia will respond Practically
all the temperance societies through
out the world and churches of all
denominations < wiLl be represented
including Protestants Catholics and
Jews The governors of twentyfive
states of the United States have ap
pointed official representatives and
delegations will be present from
England Scotland Sweden Ger
many Hungary Belgium and per
haps France and Ireland
Sixteen Organizations
The time has been divided among
sixteen organizations Morning af
ternoon and evening sessions will
be held daily in churches and in the
convention hall at which HIP temperance I
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perance question will be discussed
from the standpoints historical
development the home sociology
science economics legislation and
education
Among the speakers of prominence
who are expected are Hon W H
Milton United States senator from
Florida Gen A S Daggett 01 I
Washington D C Urtbbie Vise of I I
New York Archbishop John J
Keane of Iowa Hon Joshua Leer
ing of Baltimore Geo V Cotterill
of Seattle national chief of the Good
Templars Mrs L M X Stevens of
Portand Maine national president
of the W C T f Hon Charles
R Jones of Chicago Hon Seaborn
Wright of Georgia Rev P A Baker
of Columbus 0 national superinten
dent of the AntiSaloon League Rev
Dr Wilbur F Crafts Washington D i
C superintendent of the Internation
al Reform Bureau John G Wooley
Chicago Til Prof Samuel Dickie of
Albion Mich Dr Silas C Swallow
of Harrisburg Pa Rev H X
Pi ingle of the Civic league of
Maine Rev Rev S Parkes Cadman
of Brooklvir Rev D J Burrell D
D of New York Joseph Maims of
Birmingham Eng national chief of
the Good Templars Tom Honey
man of Glasgow grand secretary of
the Good Templars of Scotland and
Edward Wavrinsky of Stockholm
member of the Swedish parliament
Auxiliary Meetings
Beside the formal meetings there
will be auxiliary meetings for wo
men and children an interstate ora
torical contest and conferences ot
temperance leaders A special fea
ture will be made of a spvice to be
held at Glens Falls on Tuesday after
noon June 16 at the grave of Dr
Billy J Clark and the erection of a
tablet at Clarks Corners on Friday
afternoon June 19 near the spot
where the first temperance society
was organized The First society is
still maintained and will attend the
unveiling in a body The gavel to
be used at the congress has been
made especially for the purpose from
a timber in the old home of Billy
Clark In connection with the con
gress there will bp a department of
exhibits including literature historic
al data scientific advertising public
utterances foods extracts and non
alcoholic drinks
Rev J H Durkee of Rochester Is
chairman of the general committee
on promotion Othe > members of
the committee are C J Taft secre
tary Alfred L Manierre and William
Ward well of Xew York John McKee
and Captain HM Ranudall of
Brooklyn Levi Hoag of Binghamton
and Chas E Robbins An advisory
committee of international temper
ance leaders numbering fortyone has
aided in working up the congress
Chairman Durkee has opened an of
fice in Saratoga and will give his en
tire time to adjusting the final details
and in seeding out official programs
and other dnformajtion
Secretary Will Pledge Ser
vices Along Roosevelts
Line If Elected
PLATFORM TO BE
ALL ROOSEVELT
It is to Be Believed That the
Present Occupant of The
White House Will Domi
t
nate at Chicago Gathering
of Republicans
By Associated Press
Washington June 1There will
be no hikewarm endorsement cf
President Roosevelt and his policies
in the republican national platform
if the wishes of Secretary Taft and
his friends have a hand in framing
that document This nuih was
known today after the first series ot
conferences to be held with Taft on
the subject of platform
Should the Chicago convention
adopt this sort of platform and nomi
nate Secretary Taft it is predicted
in authoriatative quarters that his
letter or speech of acceptance wiil
contain a pledge to carry out the
Roosevelt policies already inaugurat
ed and earnestly strive for those not
enaoted which will have a ring simi
lar to that pronounced by Roosevelt
on taking the oath of office over the
body of the dead McKinley
Taft made no secret of his position
on tariff He is for revision at a
special session of the sixtyfirst con
gress to be called immediately after
the inauguration March 4 1309 His
ideas as to what the tariff should be
are also public property Schedules
should be drawn as near as possible
to cover the difference between the
lesser cost of production of a given
article in foreign countries and the
cost of production of that article in
the United States This he regards
as protection in Its truest and fair
est sense
FARMER UNION
I AT MEMPHIS
Its Report on Cotton Planted
Three Million Lower
Than Government
By Associated D 8
Memphis Tenn lone lThe meet
of the state presidents of the Farm
ers Educational and Cooperative
Union began here today the total
acreag of cotton planted is estimat
ed at 25823060 as compared with 31
TllUO acres in 1907 government esti
mate The reports show nIt grow
ing crop as generally being inan un
patisfaetory condition The lands arc
suffering from overflow It was shown
the most productive fields and it is
considered that hundreds ot thousands
cf bales have been lost to planters
Replanting is not considered practical
NEGRO PARSON
IS DRIVEN OUT
Alabama Whites Whip a
Preacher Who Talked
Social Equality
By Associated Preas
Albertville Ala June IHe R
L Perkins a negro preacher of
Guntersville was given a severe
whipping this morning by citizens of
that place for a sermon preached
last night on social equality
Following his thrashing he was or
dered to leave town and never re
turn Perkins left on the next train
City Marshal Amos was near the
church last night and overheard a
part of the sermon in which Perkins
made several indecent remarks about
white women of the South
3 Girls 11 Men
are to Die for
the Cause
By Associated Press
Warsaw June 1Thre girls and
11 men were sentenced to death by
court martial here today for attacking
a post car at Solv > law last January
A bomb thrown at the car killed two
and wounded 10 soldiers and railroad
employes After the car was wreck
ed the safes were looted
THE ALUMNI
ASSOCIATION
GIVES BANQUET
Enjoyable Event Occurred
In Parlors of Y M C
A Last Night
r
PROF J B LOCKEY
WILL SOON DEPART
He Delivered an Address To
the Association Touching
Upon Educational Work
of Present and Future
Short Addresses Delivered
by Many Others
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Pensacolas fine flourishing alumni
association of bright young men and
Women met in the parlor of the Y
M C A last evening where in tho
atmosphere of general reminiscent
for a roseat past and amid the con
centrated hoxs of a future with Cite
miosq optimistic setting imaginable
the annual banquet occurred and brit
class of 1905 welcomed into the ranks
of that promising organization A
good majority of the twenty members
who constitute the association were
present and an evening was spent
such as will not soon be forgotten by
those who were present ProfJ B
Lockey as the sole lifo honorary mem
ber of the Pensacola High Schobl
Alumni association and who is soon
to leave the city was guest of honor
while the faculty President V K
Anderson of th Board of Public In
struction Superintendent N B Cook
and Rev P H VSialey < were also
present
Prof Lockey to Leave
While the event was primarily in
the natur of a jollification nn1 the
signal for a general welcoming of the
class which Is stiH fresh from its
victories of the past week Uier was
a vein of regret throughout entire
evening which was caused by the
Craws which every ono knew ami oC
which Ifew cared to speak that of the
coming departure of Principal JI B
Ioekey who perhaps has done more
for the advancenvent of the high
school than auy one person who has
ever been connected with the institu
tion Prof Lockey will go to rninm
bia University to prepare himself for
a college professorship and it is for
the reason that he has tldantified him
self so tihoroughly with the work in
hand and has given his energy in its
entirety to the advancement of the
schools that his departure is so gen
erally ettl Ibis presence at last
nights tent was in the form a
goodbye 1o those who had been bane
fittPd by his labors and who had ap
preciated not only what he had actual
ly accompi lHi by the strength of his
fine young iiKvnhood but the plans
and high Meals for the future which
lie has also imbued into the nilinlti
of Pensacola yirmng people Prof
Locker has been identified with the
local public schools for the space oC
four years and during that tim has
bucceeded In esslili ling a precedent
which Is commendable indeed
An Interesting Event
Fcom a social standpoint and ifrom
one of real value to tlv young men
and women of this city last nights
event cannot well Ibe measured from
the standpoint of importance alone
Fraught with value as real ambitions
uid til1 spirit of progress which the
speeches oy the young orators abound
ed and establishing a well grounded
ond reliable basis for future work in
the alumni field last nights banquet
proved the undoubted impetus of
things which are to cast their shadows
before the natural sequence of events
events which are to make the educa
tional status o < the city of Pensacola
in time to come mach more satisfac
tcry than is now the case Those
vim were present were earnest young
people full of purpose with the right
kind of ideals set before them and
with the energy with wUiich to accom
plish those same ideals The response
to the call of the toasf master abound
ed with the right kin of spirit awl
one which augers well for the ftitum
development of the local public
I schools
This Years Class
The class to 13 graduated from the
high school this year and which was
admitted into the alumni afcsoctetios
with last nights pleasing event if
composed of nine members who ari
as follows
Misses Margaret Campbell Fannil
May Holden Ethel Broughton Flor
ense Halsey Alice Dow Florenct
Marston and Messrs Charles Over
man Robert Stout and Quinton Bon
ras Thi class bears the distinction
of actually being the possessor of
three male members and it was wig
fact that wac frequently touched upon
by the proudest of its members dur
ing last aveninss event especial at
such times as the reputation of the
chiss appeared in need of a sustain
ing hand The class has other good
features it is true but the aforesaid
accomplishment is one of its most
satisfactory qualifications The class
of 1908 was admitted into an associa
tion last night which with Dudley
Barrow 05 as president Louis Han
oO Continued on Page Two

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