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i V Chicago May lay 3 3RloUng Rioting in the thestreets t1i t1istreets thV
V streets today to dty was so prolonged and andfierce andfierce andlierce
> fierce that many of the leading Busi Business Quspness ¬
4 ness men concluded con l ded JlE there re would be beneither bencither beneither
neither peace in Inth the city Ity norsafety norsafetyfor nul saf fei feifor ty I Ij
j for business interests until the statemilitia statei state
1 i militia has been called V out tol to toV restore tore I Iorder
V 1 order A committee of the Employers Empt EmplOyrsV EmplOyrsAssociation y rs1 rs1J j jAssociation
Association left for fO t Springfield SP1 1ngfie d today todayto toda Y
V J to confer with Governor Deneen DeneenV and andrequest andrequcst I
V V request him to order out th the eatate V state statetroops statetroops
troops The labor unions unioIisalSo also have haverepresentatives haverepresentatives haveV haverepresentatives I
representatives at the state capital capitaland capJtaland captaIand
V and it is likely they also will be heard heardbefore heardbefore j jbefore
before any action is taken takonV j jChief
V Chief of Police ONeill says sayshc hehas hehascontrol hohascontrol htls htlscontrol 1
control of the situation and can keep keeppeace k keeppeace ep eppeace
peace Mayor Dunne supports him bi n inj injthis Inl In InV
V this view and an declares the iheem emergency emergencyhas emergencyhas erg ncY
I has not yet arrived when troops troopsate troopsateI are arethe arei I
i necessary Butbu But ButV inestmen1O Qttol
I V V the long list of injured which whlc markedthe JJUUkedthe marked parkedthe
the rioting rIoUngycstcrd yesterday Y and nd A a V greater greaternumber miL miLnumber grcaterS
S number today and an declare this is suf sufficient sufficient sufV sufficient ¬
V ficient proof proofAhat that the police po1iceunalded po1iceunaldedare unaided unaidedare
V are not strong enough en ugh to cope with thesituation the thesituation thesituation
situation situationDespite situationDespite situationDespite
Despite the orders of Mayor Dunne Dunneand Dunneand Dunnean
and an the prohibition of the city coun cpuncil council counV
V cil many wagons were todayhana1ed todayhana1edb today handled handledby handledV
V by b men armed with rifles and shot shotpuns shotftIDS shotguns
puns ftIDS Mobs in business b sfness sections to tofray totuy
fray 1 were larger and uglier than yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday There was fighting in all allparts aUI allparts
I parts of the downtown districts and andmore andmore andmore
more than a dozen times police poU e were werecompelled wererompelied wereV werecompelled
V compelled lo to1 o use e their clubs Wagon Wagonguards Wagonguards Wagonguards
guards who were armed with heavy heavycanes heavycanes heavycanes
canes swung them wften attacked or orwhen orwhen orwhen
when they thought an an assault was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about to be made and in many In Instances Instances Instances ¬
stances innocent persons were beaten beatenbecause beatenbecause beatenbecause
because they happened to be near a areckless areckless areckless
reckless guard guardUp guardUp guardUp
Up to seven oclock tonight a score scoreof scoreor scorep
p of persons had been taken to hospitals hospitalswith hospitalswith hospitalswith
with all kinds of injuries Of these theseT
T Carson emploved eniPto ed by Montgomery MontgomeryWard 1tlontgomeryWard MontgomeryWard
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PROMINENT PLACES PLACESChicago PLACE5Chicago PLACESChicago
Chicago May Iay 3 3SecretaryF Secretary P W WJob WJob WJob
Job of the Chicago Employers Asso Association AssoI Assodation ¬
I t ciation announced this afternoon that thata
a representative representat veof of o the association associationwas I
was on his way to Springfield p ingfield to ioask ioaskGoernor ask askGovernor askGovernor
Governor Deneen to order out the thestate thestate theLute
state troops at Chicago The com commanding commanding cornmanding ¬
manding officers of the Departmentqf Departmentqfthe Department of ofthe ofthe
the Lakes received receiedno no official officl 1 information infor Jnformation Information ¬
mation regarding the possibility possibiUtyof possibiUtyoftroops oftroops of oftroops
troops being called c ned to aid in the en enforcement enfor enforcement ¬
forcement for ment of federal injunctions InjuncUons9r InjuncUons9rparticipate or orparticipate orparticipate
participate in any developments develo ments of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the strike situationI situation situationRiotous situ tlon tlonRiotous
I Riotous scenes were witnessed this thisafternoon thisaftE thisSftErnoon
afternoon aftE > rnoon by hundreds of personsfrom persons personsfrom personsfrom
from windows of the Great Northern Northernhotel Northernhotel Northernhotel
hotel and adjoining buildings The Thectllvery Thet TheteiIvQrv
ctllvery t > aor of coal caused the demonstra demonstration ¬
tion and tlrftr drivers were nttitk attacked with
missels of every kind which seemed seemedto
to fill the air Women in the streetsd streets streetsfled streetslld
fled d for safety to the stores and pas passengers pass pastrngers ¬
sengers s > n ers l in the street cars ducked their theirheads their1eads their1eads
1eads There was rioting in State States St StateSre te teslre
s slre re < rt t in front of McVlckers theatre theatreanf theatreml theatrean
anf an other prominent places in the theicenter thecfntrr theCCfltCr
center of the city the th police using usingtheir usingI
V their clubs and andfightlDg fighting Many inno innocent InnoI infocent ¬
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Chicago May Iay 3 EnlargedPropor EnlargedProportions Enlarged propor proportions proportions ¬
tions were given the thetearnsters teamsters strike striketoday striketoday striketoday
today from both botbsldesof sides of the huge hugestrafe hugestrUigle hugeStfl1le
strafe Contrary Contra Contraryto y to expectation expe expectationempoves taUon the theemployes theemplo
employes emplo es were the first to take ag aggressive aggresshe aggresir ¬
gressive action All the t teamsters of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the CrerarClinch eompany which hlch has hascoal hascoal hascoal
coal contracts COntractswithin with many nyoffic pfficfl build buildings buildings buildings ¬
ings and firms went w nt on on strike today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The company had ordered < > rdereda V a load loa of ofcoal ofcoal ofcoal
coal delivered to Carson Scott Co Coa Coa COa
a large mercantile mcrcantl1etlrm firm which has been beenInvolved beeninvolved beenInvolved
Involved in the strike StrlkecompllcaUons StrlkecompllcaUonsfor complications complicationsfor
for some time past p f The first team teamster teamster teamster ¬
ster ordered to make a delivery to theInolved the theInvolved theinvolved
Involved firm was discharger dtsc1ilr for Qr De Defusing rafusing refusing ¬
fusing to deliver the coal o oaL lAll All other otherteamsters otherteamsters ther therteamsters
teamsters employe empl ye by the CrerarContinued Crerar OietarlContlnued rer rerI
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club of Brooklyn John Jo pines Htnes1 16 years yearsof yearsorage yearsof
of orage age has been accidentally accid tal1yshotb tal1yshotba shot by bya b ba >
In I ± his htemothers hismothers hismothers
a playmate play nate of 14 Bines died i
mothers house house The he club was w wa erect erected erected erectEt ¬
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the thf social soclalaemQ democratic UcP pariy par ofPoland ofPolandand of ofPolandand poland
and Lithuania Llthua ia t haVissueds hhs h SISsued lss d manifesto manifestourging manlf nianifeatourging sto stourgltlgall
urging urgltlgall all t to observe tomorrow as asa asaday a aday aday
day of general gen ra jnfanrnfegipeCAuse nburniig i urntng cause se the thepolice thepolice thepolice
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those Killed med In I ihe the he disturbances dlstprbpIlcesof dlstprbpIlcesoflIonday distu bances of ofMonday ofMonday
Monday to b b6bur beliitrfCd buried ed with ivTthrdper proper ropercere roperceremonies cere ceremonies ceremonies ¬
monies TheVmanlfestb declafesthat declafesthatall at ata
all a l bus business nessalid and trafficmustcease traffic must cease and andall andall andall
all shops offices andiiestaurants andrestaurim 5must must
when suddenly Walter WalterDriscoll Driscoll drew drewa drewa
a l large rge revolver and began snapping snappingIt appll1g appll1gIt
It at t the boys Several times U esthe the pisto pis pistol pistol ¬
tol to was snapped Then came a flash flashand tlashrind flashand
and young Hines fell His Hlspl playmates playmatesran yJIlat s sran
ran to the street streetshouting shouting for forh help helpbut helpbut lp
but Hines was shot through the t tem temple tipie I l lpIe ¬
a1 aid aidj aidDrisCQll aidDriscoll
pIe and was beyond medical medi
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charge rge of ofhqmci homicide homlcl but bu the police are aresatisfied are aresatisfied aresatisfied
satisfied that the shooting sh OUng was entire entirely ent entlrely xe xeIv ¬
accidental He H jcried cried hysterically hystericallyover
ly over ver the affair paying he haff b d f taken takenhis t takenhis treI treIhIs
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for the violence YiolenceofMay of May day da byclaiming by pro proclaiming proClaiming ¬
claiming a general strike throughout throughoutPoland t throughoutoiaud roughoutoland
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tri l odavattiacted attracted a larger crowd
than ever before and the guards tards were wereQuadrupled wereJ werejuadrnpled
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halls clear of t those who whowete were jaot nOt al alIdwedto 31low alTIOwCdto
Idwedto low d to enter the court ourt room rp Thou Thouands Thouands Thouands
ands thronged the streets stre streCtI t1Iia in a a vain vainendeavor vaiilendeavor vainendeavor
endeavor to enter eUter9r or get geliqrd geLd srord rrd of expected ex expected expe ¬
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Recorder Goff l began > egan eg ri t tharge tc1 cEarge arge thejury the thejury thejur
jury jur at 1040 outlining outIl ing in the case seapd seapdcharging and andcharging andcharging
charging the jUry not lot torSivef t j1ve too toomuch toomuC1lcredanc toomuch
much muC1lcredanc cfedance to the Statements of ofthe ofthe otthe
the counsel as V they the e j tky mustb must mustbe m mb
be b ihe lJi Oso1e sole 1e judges judgesotth ot oth tht iJ Ia ts tst1 t s frqin frqinfinaiTy frqmeey1denee
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hour later laterwentttllunch went to lunch At 540 they theyisent theysent theysent
sent a1 request for the tllecOat coat end vest vestworn Vstwprn vestworn
worn by Young when shot and the re revolver rcvo ievolverwith ¬
volver vo volverwith verw1th with which Vh1 he hwaS ras siot These Thesewere Thesewere Thesewere
were sent to the jury juryloom room tooin The jury juryalso juryalo juryalso
also asked for the dtimmy d mmy skelOtonused skeleton skeletonused skel ton tonue
used ue in the case sea a sketch sketchofth of the cab cabin cabIn cabIn
in which Young Youngwaskl11edanda was waskilled killed and a dia dragram diagram dfagram ¬
gram of the street where he was w s shot shotAf shotAt shotAt
At 830 the jury went tcr tcisupper tcisupperlid supperand supper supperand
and lid it was reported that thatt if a verdict
was not nOtreached reached
would lock up the jury for the night nightNAN nightN nightNAN
NAN N PATTERSON WAS WASWONDERFULLY WASWONDERFULLY V
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New York May 3 3Nan Nan Patterson Pattersonleft Pattersonleft alterson altersonleft
left her cell in the Tampa Tompsfor for the thecourt theCou thecourt
court Cou t of general sessions today to wit witness witness witness ¬
ness the last scenes of her er trial on a acharge aharge acharge
charge of killing Caesar Young As AsAssistant AsAssistant AsAssistant
Assistant District Attorney Rand 1 lndhad had hadfinished hadfinished
finished his argument as prosecutor prosecutoryesterday prosecutorysterday prosecutorsterday
yesterday sterday and the defense had al already alreadyspoken already ¬
ready readyspoken spoken Itsfiiial its filial word w rd only the thecharge theCharge thecharge
charge of Recorder RecorderGof Goff Go to the jury juryremained juryremained juryremained
remained before the case went to the theJury thelury thejury
Jury for a a verdict Warden Flynn of ofthe otthe oftheToinbsprIson
the theToinbsprIson Tombs prison said today that natshe natshewas she shewas he hewas
was was a wonderfully composed girl girlThe girlThe girlThe
The wardens comment was made madeafter madeafter madeafter
after Miss MJssPatiterson Patterson had risen early earlyand earlyand earlyand
and eaten e ten breakfast with her herslstcr herslstcrMrs sister sisterMrs sisterMrs
Mrs J JMorgan Morgan Smith She Sh seemed in ina Ina Ina
a cheerful frame of omlnd mind and was wasready wasready wasready
ready to go to thecourtroom the court room some sometime sometime sometime
time before she was wascal1ed called for forRemarkable forRemarkable forRemarkable
Remarkable scenes were witnessed witnessedaround wItnessedaround witnessedarOund
around the criminal lcourt court building to today fod o oda ¬
day d da Y Early In the day crowds began beganto
to gather and nours before eforethe the timesetoropenIng time timeset timeset
set setoropenIng for opening 0 of court the th corridors corridorswere corridorswere corridorswere
were filled led with men and women try tryIng tryIng trylag
Ing to breal through the cordon C rdon of ofguards ofguards ofguards
guards around the court room doors doorson doorson doorsOn
on the th first firstrosh rush Even in the streets streetsaround streetsaro atreetsaround
around aro hd ti1S the building scores of personsstoDd persons personsstood personsstood
stood waiting w itlng On the Tombs prison
side the street streetspann spanned d by b the
of f SIghs lgbs was jammed with people peoplewal peoplewaithig j jwaiting
waiting wal ljtg to catch catcllone one fleeting glance glanceof g1a gianoQ 1 e eQt
of Q the prisoner as she passed the little littlebarred Uttlebarred iktlcbarred
barred halfopen window which whi llove over overlooks overlooks ¬
looks 1 oks the street streetThe streetThe 4 4Th
The Th Patterson tterson trial is not the theon1y theon1yase only onlycase onlycase
case being benghearc heard on the third floor floorof f1ooror floorof
of the building and hundreds of per persons pe pesons persons ¬
sons taking takingadvantage advantage of this thi gained gainedtemporary galnedtemp gainedtempOrary
temporary temp ratY admission adm ssion to the < upper upperfloors upperfloors upperfloors
floors Time after aftertlme time the corridors corridorswere corridorswere orridorswere
were cleared c ear d and the crowds stream streamed streamedout streamed ¬
ed edout out to the thestr streets ets only ony to toretunl return to tomake tomake tomake
make other attempts attem tSmost most of them themfruitless themfruitless themfruitless
fruitless to gain admittance admltt Iice to the thecourt thecourtroom thecourt
court courtroom room Practically every seat seatin seatin seatin
in the thebody body of the court co rt room had hadbeen hadbeen badbeen
been spoken for In advance and Itseemed it itseemed Itseemed
seemed as if every favored f voted one used usedthe usedthepJlvilege usedthe
the thepJlvilege privilege accorded as there was wasliardly wasbardly Was Wasarrily
liardly jan n inch of ofrOm room to spare sPare long longbefore longbeforetbe longbefore
beforetbe before the prisoner came in and took tookxier took11er tookiler
xier place beside her counsel counselIn cOWlse cOWlsem counselInbeglnntifg
In Thinning his llschargeto charge to the Jury JuryRecocder luryRe juryGolf
Recocder Re derG9tt Golf said saidThis saidThis saidThIs
This case asehas ha has nothing extraordinary Cxtraordlnary extraordi xtraort1Inary ¬
nary lit it It So far as as the testimony testimonygoes t testImonygoes timony timonygQes
goes two person most spoken of dur during durIng durlug ¬
ing the heenUr entire proceedings proce dingS the t1iede t1iedec th de deceased deeeased ¬
c ceased aseda a man by the name x Of > f Young Younga Y Oung Ounga ung ungIi
a Ii race rtcettacltma track man had this defendant defendantto defendantto
to lire yewilhi11m with him ia > S its ls mistress ress V The Themams Them Thebecanse
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EAST fAICOAST COAST EXTENSION EXTENSIONBILL IXTNSIONBILL EXTENSIONBill
BILL SIGNED SI6NEbBVUOVERNOR SI6NEbBVUOVERNORHun 1NDBY BY 6OVRNORCaptured GOVERNOR GOVERNORHunt
Hunt Harris Captured C ptufedPen Pen With Which WhichWas hichDeed hichDeedWasDontJBroward Deed DeedWas
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Tallahassee V May Iay 3 3The The governorhas governor governorhas
signtd sign d the Ea East Coast Co sl Key West Westextensioii Westextensioi1blUand Westextensio
extensioii extensioi1blUand bill and Hunt unt Harris has hascapturedxihe haScapturefjhe hascapturedthe
capturedxihe pen p Ii wit w th which the deed deedWhen deellwasd deedas
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When the th t1 B bstltuie bst e for t tie e famous famouseducaUondrregenti famouseducatIon famousedncatIoO
educaUondrregenti educatIon fregenes regenfJjbill biH UI came up inthe inthe in 1nthe
the senafe < this morning mor 1 a long dis discussion discussIo discusslon ¬
cussion was W sprecipWuedthe precipitated vthe the entire entirematter entirematter cntltematter
matter being finally indefinitely post postponed postoo postponed ¬
poned ponedThe ponedThe oo I Irlle V
The same bill was also aIsQ taken tak n np upm upmtl19 in inthe inhouse
the house where < wh reaft after r some debate debatethe debalethesubsUtrite debatethe
thesubsUtrite the substitute bill was madea made asp special specialorder specialorder clal clalorder
order for the 9th 9thla 9thIn I I
In the e senate Mr Crane Cranep antiopium antiopiumjoint a antiopiumJoint
bill passed its third thlrdrea reading readingMr reaingMr ing ingMr
Mr Humphriess umphrless bill granting a afranchise afranchISe afranchise
franchise to the Manatee Light Lightand LightandTraction andTraction and andTraction
Traction XDorapany Co Ilani also all > < passed the thesenate thesenaie
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Florala Floral Ala May 3 3lIrs Mrs Belle happy happyToomer happyroorner I IT
Toomer T O JIle wife Wifeo of f a an employee em P10Ye e ot the Physicians Pl1ySI tans were immediately imxned iateIY sum sumjackson S sumiJ um uma
iJ jackson a kson Lumber Co ocomxiiitt committed d sul moned and applied V restoratiyes r SWlaUves but but84T butat1l bntcI
84T cI at atU 11 > belock Jigtmo koraing I > fflprsiH by to t no E9a avalL avaLwaflnlag c > r rjswalloxiBg 1 r t t5Wa1f
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llesultsof ResuitsofAllLeague ResuitsofAllLeagueS ResuitsofAllLeagueGamesPlayed Results S of AllLeague All League LeagueGamesPlayed V V I
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By Ass Associated Ci ted Press PressNashville PreSs PreSsNashville PressNashville
Nashville May 3 3Games Games played play d inthe in inthe Inthe
the Southern League today resulted resultedas resultedasfol1ows
as asfol1ows follows Nashville 4 Atlanta 5Montgomery 5 5Montgomery 5ontgomerY
Montgomery 3 Birmingham 2 There Therewere Th Therewere re rewere
were no other gamesSouth games gamesSouth gamesSouth
South Atlantic AtlanticSavannah Atlanticsavannah
Savannah May3 M YtBoth Both the Colum ColumbiaMacon ColumbiaMacon ColumblaMacon
biaMacon and AugustaSavannah AugustaSavannahgames Augusta 30v nnah nnahgames
games were postponed on on account of ofrain ofrain ofrain
rain No others were scheduledNational scheduled scheduledNational Sc1ieduledNationarL
National NationarL League LeagueBoston LeagueBoston ague agueBoston
Boston May May3Natlonal 3 3National National League Leaguigames Leaguegames Leaguegames
games played today to ay resulted as fol
RAIMMAKER RAIMMAKERSUCCESSFUL RA1NNIMRV RA1NNIMRV RAIN tKER tKERSUCCESSfUL V V
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Los Angeles Angel SCalr Cal May ay 3 3Cbrles 3CbrlesI 3ch Charles CharlesJj rles rlesL I
Jj I Hathfield a 4raIn rain maker who ho has hasbeen I j jbeen
been working since s uce December 15 last lastto lastto I
to produce prOd ce eighteen elg leen Inches of rain rainfor ran ranfor rainfor
1 for Southern Sout em California C lt rna by bYMay May lon 1 O
of ora a number of VOf 0rLos Los Angeles Ilgeles h
r h nts to topay pay him
succeeded ded has hastomIJleted Completed his demon demontratlon demoul demoustratton
stratton and bas been paid a largeproportion large largeiroportlpn
proportion POrtio of 0 the sum proposed pro posed The Theall Tl Thefall e
all of rain in Los Atfgeles A geles during the theeason 1heseason theseason I
season ending May i 1 has basb ben en 1896 1896nches 1895inches 1896inches
inches which far exceeds the fall of ofast ofI ofIast
I ast st season and is isabQve above the tbenormal tbenormalannua1 normal normalmnual normalannual
annual precipitation for or this section sectionHatifleld sectionHat sectionHathfleld
Hatifleld Hat feId establishedhis establishedhisraln rainmak rainmaking rainmaking mak makng ¬
ing ng plant in Altadena In the footlUlls foot foothills foothills ¬
hills of the mountains monnt 1ns some twenty twentymiles twentymiles twentymiles
miles from Los Angeles on December
15 and lheamonnt the amount ot f rainfall from fromthat tromthatda4 frontthat
thatda4 that date da in the immediate locality localityof
of his T Plant > lant has ha beeir een 22649 Inches InchesHathfields incllesHathftelds InchesHathflelds
Hathfields method D1 thod Is a generation of ofgas ofgas O Ogas
gas and its itsdilcharie discharge Into the t e atmos atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere ¬
phere from a chimney chimn which has the theresult theresult theresult
result he claims Clalinsoattracting qt attracting th3 thsforcesof th3forcesof th3forces
forcesof forces of nature n nathi tur which compel mois moisture molst moI moILure ¬
Lure t e to tof form rm an an4b j be jitec1pitated nrecipita pi c itated1n < ed in the thesnape thellape theshape
shape llape otrain otrainin ot raln ralniu V VIn
in itfoXclte It fo excltie your rquf yomDasstons passions or your yourprejudices yourprejt yourprejudices
prejudices prejt dlc s N ei waia wa waa 3 mere Jl e gambler gamblera
a jaee race track t ckJl1n Bian nu T ierefor yoa yoashould yoishould Ool Oolshould
should Jbe abletQ able to Consider r the facts factscalmly factsalm1Y1Ylthput factscaimb
calmly alm1Y1Ylthput withoutprejudice without l ejtdIce and passionThere passion passionner passIouThere
There ner 18 is s no artificial rtlftclal atmosphere atmospherefor atm atmiiih Sph r rf rfor
for f ryonp you fc w fee excited ctx icited 1ted or distracted d stractedby stractedbyY9 by byYJQB byYou
Y9 YJQB You jaait m t decIde a a tki the jqircMmstanceS rC1lIDStanc ircHiflStaflCCSwjtb rC1lIDStancwjt1
wjt1 ut anyJIi v1io gkr lJ t tlIeat atJB 3Phere 3Phere1f111 phere7eaI
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V Mr rr Humphries Introduced In the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate a bill prohibiting the saleof saleofliquor sale of ofliquor 01liquor
liquor in dry d countiesMeltons counties countiesMeltons countiesMeUons
Meltons Governors Governotsmansion Governots mansion bill billpassed billpasied billpassed
passed the th house this thismomlng thismomlngA morning morningA
A house concurrent resolution au authoring authorIZing anthorthng ¬
thoring the governor goefnorto to appoint ap oInta oIntacommIssion acommission a acommission
commission of three to provide for th thsurvey thoSUrYey the thesurvey >
survey of the Swamp and overflowed overflowedlands overllow overflowedlands d dlands
lands was made a special order ord r for lorThursday torThursday forThursday
Thursday morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The committee substitute foe fO theretail the lheretail theretail
retail merchants bill relating rela relatIi i0 i0the to tothe c cthe
the sale of stocks ot goods in bulk bulkwas bulkwas bulkwas
was ordered ordetedengrossed engrossed in the house houseThe houseThegoverIlor houseThe
The ThegoverIlor governors special drainage drainagemessage dralJiagemessage drainagemessage
message was at last presented to both bothhouses b lcthhouses th thhouses
houses this morning It Is isa a long and andexhaustive 9ndexhaustive andexhaustIve
exhaustive paper 1 > and will be fully fullyanalyzed fullyanalyzed fullyanalozed
analyzed tomorrow tomorrowThe t morrow morrowThe V VV VThe V
The governor g vernor has signed V the bill billproviding hillprovidIng billproviding
providing for Orstate state aid al io public publicschools publicschools publicchools V
schools V f
lows Boston 3 New York York16Brook York16Brook1D 16 Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬ i
lyn 13 Philadelphia 9 9V 9VCincinnati Cincinnati 3 3Chicago 3Chicago 3ChI
Chicago ChI gO 2 2 St Louis 5 Pittsburg Pittsb rg 4 4American 4American
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American League LeaguePhiladelphia LeaguePhiladelphia LeaguePhiladelphia
Philadelphia May SJrGames in the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American League today > dayr resulted suIte as asfollows asfo11ows asPhiladelphia
follows Philadelphia 4 Washington
5 New York 3 3 Boston Boston2Detroit 2 Detroit 7 7St 7S1 7St
St Louis 5 Chicago 0 Cleveland 3 3College 3CollcgeGame 3V 3College
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College CollcgeGame Game Postponed PostponedCharlotte PostponedCharlotte PostponedCharlotte
Charlotte N C May Iay 3 3The The game gamescheduled g gamescheduled me mescheduled
scheduled for f Or r today between the Uni Unlerslty University ¬
versity of Virginia and Davidson Col College CoIl Co1lege ¬
lege l < ge nines was postponed postpon d on account accountI a accountotrain count countot
I of otrain rain
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SUCCESSFUL IN LITIGATION LITIGATIONINVOLVING LITIGATIONINVOLVIN LiTIGATiONV
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V Montgomery Ala May 3 3Jti 3Judge 3JudgeSayre Judg JudgSayre ge <
Sayre of the theclty city court has decitfei decitfeiin decinedIn
in favor of the thelumber lumber company in th thmandamus t the themandamus he
mandamus mandamusot of the Southfern South rn StateLumber StatesLumber states statesLumber
Lumber Comany vs 5 Governor G ernor W H HJelks DJeiks
Jelks which decision makes the gorernor gdv gdvcrnor
crnor sign patents to certain swam swamp
and overflow oerfiowlan lands s In the extremesouthern extremesouthern
southern south em portion ofthestate of the state There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are 147000 aeries aces of these ihese1ands lands TJn iJnder TJnder Under
der the decision of ofJ Judge ge Sayre the thegoverncr thegovenicr thegovernar
governcr govenicr must Issue these these patents to toBlount toBlount toBionnt
Blount Blount Blountattorneys attorneys for thej thejlumber the theIGm thelumber
IGm lumber er company before May 29 This Thiswas iThIswas rhiSwas
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By Associated Associat Press PressRichmond PrcssRIchmond PressRichmond
Richmond Va Va May 3 3It It has been beendecided beendecided beendecided
decided that General FItzhugh Lees Leesfuneralshall Leesfuneral es esfUneral
funeralshall fUneral shall take place at 1 p m mThursday mThursdayfromSl niThursdaY
Thursday ThursdayfromSl from St Pauls Paul Episcopal Episcopalchurch Eplstopal1hurch Episcopalhurch
hurch Bishop Randolph R nd lph will con conduct condnct conduct ¬
duct the serYI services es Lieutenant Leut n n George GeorgeMason GeorgeMaSon GeorgeMaon
Mason Lee LeewiU will arrive v here herefroI1 from j SanCUBAN SanOBAN San Sanj SanCUBAN
CUBAN STATESMEN SEND SENDMESSAGE S SENDMESAGE ND NDMESS
MESSAGE MESS G OF SYMPATHY SYMPATHYBy YMPATHYBy
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and and friendship frfends1 ip of o < > General Get r l Jltihugh JltihughLee E1W1ughLeewhil FltzhughLee
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f The opening session of the thesbte thesbteconention stata stataconvention st tG tGconvention
convention conention of the Florida division divisionUnited divisionUnited divisionUnited
United Daughters of the Confederacy Confederacywas Confederacyiwas
iwas was most interesting Rev RevFrederick RevFrederickJones Frederick FrederickJones FrederickJones
Jones pastor pastor of the Fi First irst t Baptist Baptistchurch BaptLstchurch BaptistI
I church ch rch opened opened the session with a abeautiful a abeautlful abeautiful
beautiful prayer soulstirring in itSI its itseloquent it iteloquent
eloquent simplicity simplicityMrs simplicityMrs
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ity state st te president presided grace graceilly grac gracfu11y
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Mr Ir Egbert Bean on n the part of fthG tho thonited th thUnited
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United Confederate Veterans and the theitlzens theclUzens thecitizens
citizens of Pensacola delivered an ad address address ¬ V Vdress
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dress of welcome that went straight straightto
to the t e hearts of all who heard it it The Thefollowing Th Thfollowing Thefollowing
following printed words eloquent eloquentthey s sthey Sthey
they are convey conve nveYlIttle little of the fervorand fervor ferv9rand fervorand V
and impresslveness Impr ssl J essot of Mr Bealls eall fine finedelivery ii 1e 1edelivery V V Vdeilycry
delivery deilycryV deilycryc V Vf V a >
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V Ladies L d1esde1eagtesto deleagtes to the thevention State Con Convention COnve
vention ve tion United Daughters of the Con Confederacy Confed Confed ¬
fed federacy racywe we welcome you to our oUr f fair faircity ir ircity I IcIty
city to to our homes hom s and to our heartswe hearts hearts heartswe heartsflwe
we greet you not as strangers we wegreet wegreet wegreet
greet you as those bound to us by a asacred asacred asacred
sacred tie U tIea a tie Indissoluble by rea reason reason rcasoil ¬
son of Its sacredness sacr dness and mutuality mutualityI V VI
I esteem it more honorable to wel welcome welcome eI eIcome ¬
come you than to extend hospitality hospitalityto
to toorder any order or association that might mightcome mightcome V Vcome
come among us as the peoples peoplesgueSts peoplesgueStsJ guests guestsI
I greet youin ou I these words not only onaccount on onaccount < n naccount
account of your charming personality personalitybut personalityV V
but because you represent and love a acause acause acause
cause dear de r to our hearts heartsVeterans h heartsVeterans rls rlsVeterans
Veterans In their individual Indiv dual capa capacity c capacity pa pacity
city in their associations around theircamp their theircamp thelrC2tIlP
camp fires remember with withgratltnde withgratltndeand gratitude gratitudeand V Vand
and speaking tongues the good you youhave yptthave u uhae
have done the memories you have perV perVpetnated pel pelpetuatedthe p ppetuated
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petnated petuatedthe the forgotten graves graveshave you youhave y u t thave V
have recovered recov red from the t ebriar briar and andthe andthebramble V Vthe
the thebramble bramble the npble noble deeds erst erstwhile erstwhile rst rstwhUe ¬
while forgotten now now restored restoredtotbe restoredtotberecord to the therecord thorecord >
record to go down to the evening of ofhistory othistory ofhistory
history a stainless record of these thesewho these thesewbo thesewho
t1 ehaoc of that thattruth thattruth V Vtruth
who died diedin In the havoc war
truth be vindicated d and milt estab established estalJUshed estabUshed ¬
Ushed lishedYour UshedYour UshedYour
Your noble purposes and all that thatyou thatyou V Vyou
you have accomplished fill the veteranheart veteran veteranheart veteranheart
heart with fullness of joy Thank God Godthe Godthe Godthe
the fathers who fought and t the e moth mothers mothers ¬ V Vem
ers em whit wh wrought watched waited and andprayed anJprayedi anlprayed
prayed daring the long night of that thatterfrfble th t ttertJbIe V VterJbIe
terfrfble struggle have nurtured n rttrred rttrredI ip ipI i irace
I race that thatno no disaster disasterhut disasterbutdeathcand disasterbutdeathcandiroy but death eath can des destroy d dtroy ¬
I troy no nomtsfortune misfortune can conquer conquerw VVe VVeiyour e V Vrecognize
recognize t this 1s unconquerable spirIt in inyour V
iyour your presence today and bid you God Godspeed Godspeed V Vspeed
speed in every act and thought thatfiliyour thatfill that thatfill
fill filiyour your pure minds for the continua continuatioa coxrtIn contIniiation 3 3tloll
tioa and perpetuity of the tlienoblo noble end endyou Ill V Vyou
you have in view vlewnamel namely name1that that at future
generations may know the truth ofthe ofthe
the motives and principles that thatac thatactuated thattuated ac actuated
tuated your fathers that tie t esame esamewere same samewere V Vwere
were founded in jnstice in moral and andlegal am amlegal nll nlllegal V
legal right groaned in the teachings teachingsand teachngsand
and declarations of the fathers of the theRepublic theRepublic V VRepublic
Republic and emphasized by ev every everytribunal every everytribunal r V Vtribunal
tribunal known to the he law lawIn lawInbrlet JawIn
In Inbrlet brief reference to these princi principles prb1cfpIes fV ¬ V
pIes indulge me to say without elabo clabomUng elaborating ¬ V Vrating
rating upon the same thati that I conjure conjureyou conjureyou conjureyou V
you in iuthe the name of these grey haired 1iredveterans hairedveterans
veterans s that you Ou see to it that those thoseprinciples th0 thoseprinciples 5e 5eprinClp1es
principles are e not notmIsundorstood misunderstood for forthere forthere forthere
there seems to be b a I woeful misappre misapprehension mi misapprebension ppr pprbension ¬
bension on 01 the part of a agreatm great mazy maayIt mazyIt y yIt
It fatigues our indignation lo io1iave io1iaveIt o have haveit haveIt
it imputed to us that we fought for fortoe forrnepreserration forthe
toe rnepreserration preservation of the institution et etslavery o oslavery V
slavery s1averY If 1 the concensus of opmloneer opinion opinionever opluiioaever
ever comes to that in Gods name namaperish nameperish nameperish
perish the thememolY memory of your iathers iathersperish fatheraperish ath athp V
perish p rish the th traditionof tradition o of our Southland South1aliLet SouthlandLet SouthlaHi SouthlaHiLet
Let these old battlescarred veteraas veteraasbe vetetaaibe veteraabe
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