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VOL VIII NO 137 PENSACOLA PENSACOLAFLORIDA FLOEIDA WEDNESDAY MORNINGJUNE MOHNIN JUNE 7 1905 4 PRICE 5 CENTS 50ENTSVICTORIOUS CENTSSCTORIOUS OENTSiTic
VICTORIOUS iTic SCTORIOUS TORIO US WHITE WHI PI1l PRIMA PRIMARY > IMARY R Y D DEMOC DEMOCRACY EMO CRA AC ACv y
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Bliss ss and the Whole Wh e LemocratloTicket Democratic DemocraticTicket emocrticTicket
Ticket Elected by the Largest LargestVote LargestVote LargestVote
Vote in History of City ity
White Primary System SystemEndorsd Endorsed and hd Estab Established EstbJished Esiablished ¬
lished for All Time to Come COriJeatldOp COriJeatldOpponents and andponents Op Opponents
ponents Rebuked d by Biggest BiggestVote EligaOfit EligaOfitVote Eig st stVot
Vote on Record R cord
THE TUEJOURNAI TUEJOURNAICON6RJTUI1VD JOURNAL JOURNALCONGRATULATED JOURNALCONGRATULATED
CONGRATULATED CONGRATULATEDCrowds
Crowds Received Re Returns Returns Returns ¬
turns at Journal JournalOffice JournalOffice JournalOffice
Office Last LastMight LastNight LastNight
Night MightBANDS NightBANDS NightBANDS
BANDS PARADED STREETS AND ANDLEADERS ANDLEADERS ANDLEADERS
LEADERS IN WHITE PRIMARY PRIMARYMOVEMENT PRfMARYMOVEMENT PRIMARYMOVEMENT
MOVEMENT WERE SERENADED SERENADEDENTHUSIASM SERENADEDENTHUSIASM SERENADEDENTHUSIASM
ENTHUSIASM PREVAILED PREVAILEDEVERYWHERE PR PREVAILEDEVERYWHERE E V A IL ED EDEVERYWHERE
EVERYWHERE AND FOUND FOUNDFULL FOUNDFULL FOUNDFULL
FULL VENT UNTIL UTE AT ATNIGHT ATNIGHT ATN
NIGHT NIGHTBlisss NIGHTBliss N IGHTBliSss
Blisss Vote V t 1229 1229Shines 1229Shines 1229Shines
Shines Vote 801 801Robinsons 801Robinsons 801Robin3ons
Robinsons Vote 68 68WeHss 68Wclss 68WcPs
WeHss Vote Voteu u 17 17Blisss 17Blisss 17Blisss
Blisss Plurality Plurallt our Shine Shine428 Shine428Other 428 428Other 428Other
Other Winners WinnersMarshal WinnersIarshll WinnersMarsha1C
Marshal Marsha1C C F Schad SchadTax Schad SchadJax SchadTax
Tax Collector CollectoMTno Jno Cary Whiting WhitingTreasurer WhitingTrPasurerWmG WhitingTretsurerWm
Treasurer TrPasurerWmG Win G Dalley DalleyFire DaneyFire DaI1eyFire
Fire ChiefrAVVR ChiefW B Bicker BickerAHerman BickerA BickerAerrnan
AHerman A lrnuD at t XargerHO barie7cH H IL GIngles GInglesfcnsl Glnglestld
fcnsl Vm Hays HaysPrecinct Hayslrtdnct HaysIcecinct
Precinct Aldermen AldermenA A H DAlem DAlemtme DAlemhne DAlemhrte
tme P K Ybnge Y nge Jas McHugh and andVV andW andv
VV v B Wright WrightTho WrightTho TrightTue
Tho great campaign which culml culmlrated culmirated 1 1yaed
rated yesterday in the election of ofHon ofHon of11in
Hon Chas H Bliss and the wholeWhite wholeWhite whole wholeVhite
White Primary Democratic ticket was wasiincthing wasMfthing wasncthing
iincthing unprecedented unprec entedinthehIs entedinthehIstJr In the his history hIst ¬
tory tJr t y of municipal elections in Pensa Pensacola Pensar ¬
cola r 11
colaThe laThe
The majorities were all so large and andthe andthr andthe
the victory itself was so 1 > 0 decisive that thati
i it settles not only the question of the theItgality thekaHly theegaiity
Itgality and the regularity of o the theWhite TheWhite theWhile
White Primary hut ut it settles for all allimc allimo allime
imo to come the White Primary prop proposition proposition proposition ¬
osition in This city cityThe cityThe cityThe
The total vote was larger probably probablyby
by 300 than anyone had predicted or orcsp orxp orcled
csp < xp ctecl Many thought the vote votev3uld voteT voteni1d
v3uld T Juld not go over 1800 and the high highestimate highestimate highestimate
< estimate made previous to the thetlertkm thedCIHon thelNiOfl
tlertkm was 2000 The total vote votelowcYer vote1Wtler i itfer
lowcYer of over 2200 was not ex exrcc exFCC I Ifee
fee cd by b anyone anyoneCelebrated anyoneCelebrated I IClebated
I IA
Celebrated the Victory VictoryAs
As A soon as it became known that thatTirrory thatTrfor thatTtorv
Tirrory Trfor of the White Democratic Democratici
i ki r was assured the Barrancas Barrancas1lliary BarraneasLlar BarrancaslJa1v
1lliary Llar Band was drawn up in front frontThe frontd
d i The T Journal office and soon the thestrains thesr thera1n
strains sr ra1n ns o Hail to the Chief drowned drownedca
ca 1 for a time the cheering of the im immense imJr miflnse ¬
mense Jr nse crowd tlfat had gathered to toIHln toiten
1 IHln iten to the returns from the various variousprecincts variousfecincts variousFreciucts
precincts precinctsSoon fecinctsoln
Soon oln a line of march was taken up upani up2li up2ii
ani the band followed by a crowd crowde crowdimated
e imated at between 1500 ana an 2000 2000archqd 2000arch 2000archcd
archqd arch < d to the Democratic headquar headquarrs
rs 5 on Government street west of ofe ofl ofe
e l > Custom House where transpa transparencies transpatrncieswere transpalTncles ¬
rencies trncieswere were procured after which whichfe whiche
fe e parade marched up Palafox street streetWright streetI streetWright
I > Wright and to the home of Senator SenatorWm SenatorWm SenatorVm
Wm A Blount whom they serenaded serenadedMr
Mr tr Blount responded to the serenade serenadefc
fc t a brief address in which he con conciliated conmlIated conilated ¬
ciliated ilated the voters upon the great greatT
1 Ti1 T t iry Jr r for white supremacy supremacyR supremacyRturning
R Rturning turning the band and crowd crowdtorched crowdched crowdtrched
torched ched own Palafox street passed passedThe passenThe passeoThe
The Journal office and proceeded tof to toie tohome
ie f home of C Moreno Jones who was was2co wasserenaded wasserenaded
2co serenaded and responded briefly brieflyEvery bde bdeEery brieflyEverr
Every possible p ssibl implement indicative indIcativef
tf f f victory ctor was carried by the th march marches ¬
es e s In the lead was a man manbearlng manbearlngL bearing bearingfransparencv bearingrransparencJ
L Transparency containing the legend legendTari legendrJrl legedr2I
Tari to Leon and following him himis himnothcr himmother
is mother with a banner upon uponl
l h was Line Up Bliss Hoodlums Hoodlumsten HoodlumstEl HoodlumsL
ten L another White Supremacy SupremacyBrooms SupremacyBmoms Supremacyrooms
Brooms rooms were carried by many indi indithe hidca1
ca1 4 the clean sweep for White Su SuV SulC SuIcy
V Icy lC and several of the most en enistic ensllc enstIc
istic of the marchers carried carriedrf carriedf
rf f f a Dilapidated Bed Mattress Mattressfcii Mattresshas
fcii has been such a consplcupus consplcupusl
l > o in the municipal campaign campaignb campaignatdjtion j jaddition
b addition to this the crowd car carfl cara
fl a box in imitation of a coffin coffinwas coffinr coffinwas coffinwas
was labelled G Telegram Telegramfatten Telegramalton Telegramatton
< r fatten alton Salt Creek C CO Q D Drn
t 5 > rn n the last return to The Journal JournalMr
° i5c Mr Ir Bliss was called for and andrf andrcsonse
I rf r rcsonse spouse mounted a a box in infront infrontThe front frontThe frontThe
The Journal and addressed the theHe therJ theHe
rJ He congratulated them upon uponsreat uponsreat upone
e sreat victory victor for White Whitcsup Suprem
I
HON CHAS H BLISS BLISSWho BLISSWho BLISSWho
Who was Yesterday Elected Elect Mayor of ofPensacola ofP ofPensacola
Pensacola P nsacolaby by an Overwhelming OverwhelmingMajority OverwhelmingMajority 1 1Majority
Majority Majorityacy MajorityacYandsald
acy acYandsald and said that th t while he appreciated appreciatedthe ppr pprecIaiedthe ciate ciatethe
the honor of being elected lecfedmayoro lecfedmayoroPensacolathat mayor of ofPensacolaithat ofPeflSaCOlflftiiat
Pensacolaithat he w would uld rather ten tenthousand tenlho tenthousand
lho thousand stlnd times suffer defeat defe t than be beelected beelected beelected
elected upon the t oppp oP opsjtion > > tiStIon > jtion ticket ticketHe ticktBe
He H promised tb thEt tbe voters vot telJ3tha rsthat < ihat during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the peribtf rI ot his hisiIieutri iricumhency Incn elcyin ncy in the theoffice
office of o mayor he wdufil w OuId uIa do nothing nothingof Di > thlng thlngof
of which they thelwould would be b ashamed but buton buton buton
on the contrary would do doererything doererythingIn everything everythingIn
In his power to give tte t t4 city a first firstclass fkstclass flstclass
class progressive clean administra administration ¬
tion tionFrank Frank I L Mayes was called for r and andin andin andIn
in a short address addr congratulated the thevoters thevoters thevoters
voters upon the great victory for forclean fordean forclean
clean politics and a d White Democracy DemocracyJ
J H Leath also made a a short ad address address address ¬
dress in which he defended the posi position position position ¬
tion he hatf ha taken in support of White WhiteDemocracy WhiteDemocracy WhiteDemocracy
Democracy and his position as a Un Unionist Unionist Unionist ¬
ionist He wasrep was repeatedly atedlychOered atedlychOeredSOll1cGreat cheered cheeredSome cheeredSome
Some SOll1cGreat Great Runs RunsWhile RurlsWhile RunsWhile
While the whole Primary ticket ti ket was waselected waselecte waselected
elected some som of o the candidates made madenotable madenOtable madenOtable
notable runs This was especially especiallythe esp clalIY clalIYthe
the case in the run of P PK 1 K Yongecandidate Yonge Yongecandidate Yongecandidate
candidate for alderman in Precinct 13 13He 13He 13He
He beat his opponent by byt the largest eIargestmajority largestmajority largestmajority
majority on theticket the itlcket309 309 to 93 a avdte av avote
vote v te of more thaii three to oneV oneVMarshal on onIarsbal onMarshal
Marshal Schads majoritywas majority was also alsoa
a great one In fact he led ed the whole wholeticket wholeticket wholeticket
ticket and goes into office by the big biggest blggest biggest ¬
gest vote ever evergiven given a municipal I can candidate candidate ¬
didate didateYoung didateYoung didateYoung
Young Jno LInoCaryWhitfng Gary Whiting or the theold theold theold
old man as he is familiarly Known Knownwon Gownwon lnownwon
won out by a safe safevote vote againsta can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate who was Was regarded as the thestrongest thestrongest thestrongest
strongest man bn on n the opposite ticket
SOME SOMEFIGURESFROM SOMEFIGURESFROMPREViOUS FIGURES FROM FROMPREVIOUS J JPREVIOUSCITY
PREVIOUS PREVIOUSCITY CITY ELECTIONS ELECTIONSThe ELECI NS NSThe
The following figures chow chowthe howtbevote howtbevotecast the vote votecast votecast
cast in inth the city on previous occasions occasionsas OCCBOISas otzasonsas
as noted and they will prove interest interestIng interesting interestIng
Ing for the purpose of comparison with withthe withthe withthe
the vote in yesterdays ycsterd Ys election electionCity electionCity 1 1i 1City i
City Election June 4 1901 J901Precinct I
Precinct 12 3 14 15 1 Totl TotlJones TotJones TotlJones
Jones 309 309200 200 155 308 972 972Hilliard 9721 9721HillIard 972Billiard
Hilliard 21o 21 A53 100 204 672 672City
16H 1644City
i iCityEection
City CityEection Election June une2 2 1903 1903Precinct 1903Precinct 1
Precinct 12 13 lf 14 15 Totl TotlJories ToU1Ioiies rortJones
Jones 259 187 133 133212 212 791 791Welles 7iWelles
Welles 241 153 136 266 26 796 796Democratic 7P61
1
1587 1587Democratic
Democratic Primary May 10 101904 1904 1904Precinct 1904Precinct
Precinct 12 13 14 15 Tot TotGovernor Tot1Governor TotlGovernor I
Governor 437 308 523 404 404140 404140U 404140Z 404140ZU 1402 1402U
U Senator s senato 491 491349 349 286 486 481 4861612 4861612Dmoratic 1612 1612Democratic 612
I
Democratic Primary June Junc7 7 1904 1904Precinct 1904Precinct 1904Precinct
Precinct H 12 13 14 15 Ton TonGovernor Tot TotGovernor ThtjGovernor
Governor 516 358 321 513 5131708 5131708U 1708 1708USSenatorSlS 170gUSSenator515
USSenatorSlS U SS nator51 350 50 307 507 5071673 5071673WIllIe 5071673While 1673 1673While
While Daileys election as city citytreasurer citytreasurer I Itreasurer
treasurer was never in doubt his vote votewas votew votewas
was w s even larger than expected and a asplendid asp asplendkL
splendid sp lendid compliment omPlim ent to that young youngbusiness youngbusiness oun
business mans popularity popularityIn j
In fact every evel candidate candi c ate on the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White Primary ticket made a run runwhich runwhlcb runivhlch
which was a compliment both bothto to the thecandidate thecandidate thecandidate
candidate and to his party partyBickers partyBickers
Bickers Close Run RunThe RunThe RunThe
The closest run In the whole race racewas racewas racewas
was that between betweenW W H Bicker Bi l r and andJohn aI andJohn d dJohn
John Baker for fire chief Bicker win winning wInning winning ¬
ning out by only 13 majority majorityThe majorityThe maJorityThe
The Journal Congratulated CongratulatedProm
From the time the returns began to tocome tocomein tocome
come comein in and the theele elecitlpn eletIouLthe tioil ithe Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic ticket was indicated crowds crowdsswarmed CrowdsBwarm crowdsswarmed
swarmed Bwarm d around aroundTh The Journal Journalomce Journalomceand office officeand officeand
and The Journal Journalwas was congratulated congratulatedon
on all sides on Its great gr at fight for the theWhite theW theWhite
White W ite Primary Prlmaryand and the Democratic DemocraticHicket
Hicket congratulations which The TheJournal Theuournal Thedournal
Journal heartily reciprocates with the theWhite theVhlte thelVhIte
White Democracy of Pensacola PensacolaEVENTS PensacolaEVENTS PensacolaEVENTS
EVENTS OF THE DAY DAYYesterdays DAYYesterdays j jYesterdays
Yesterdays city election was of ofal ofalcharacter a acharacter acharacter
character seldom witnessed by the thecity thei theicity thecity
city of Pensacola Tne opposition oppositionparties oppositionparties oppositionparties
parties showed good feeling in some someinstances someinstances someinstances
instances the best of fellowship and andfriendliness andfrieDdllness andfriendliness
friendliness in otuers while in some somethe somethe somethe
the most bitter enmity was exhibited exhibitedAll exhibiteiLAll
All in all it was a remarkable day dayand dayand dayand
and one that will not soon be forgot forgotten forgotten forgotten ¬
ten by Pensacollans PensacoliansWhen PensacollansWhen PensacollansWhen
When the morning dawned it wit witnessed witnessedmany witnessed ¬
nessed nessedmany many carriages filled with withworkers withworkers withworkers
workers of the the various candidates candidatesupon cand candidatesupon dates datesupon
upon the streets ThrQughout the day daythose daytho ilaythose
those tho e workers kept steadily at It al although although a athough ¬
though the day was an exceedingly exceedinglywarm exceedinglywaTm
warm one This apparently aid id not noteffect noteffect noteffect
effect those bent upon securing securingvotes securingvotesfor votes votesfor votesfor
for their favorites for they canvassed canvassedthe canvassedthe
the city from one end to the other otherand otherand otherand
and did not cease their labors l bors until untilthe untIlthe untilthe
the polls closed at sundown sundownThe sundownThe sundownThe
The working and voting was good goodnatured goodnatured goodnatured
natured at most of 0 the polls during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the early morning hours but as the theContlued theContiued theContlued
Contlued on Page Three
Unofficial Un official Returns City CityElection CityElecti CityElection
Election Electi ny June 6 1905 1905I
I I Precincts PrecinctsMayor 12 13 14 15 Totl jijaj faj fajMayor aJ aJMayor
Mayor > f fCHAS
MayorCHAS CHAS H BLISS BLISSRIX Un 402 C83 182 362 1229 1229r 428 428RIX 42Smx
RIX M ROBINSON ROBINSONC 22 11 13 22 > < > 68 68c r g
I C L SHINE SHL E v v v vC 242122 122 140 297 801 SOIiPluralUy 801C
I
C H WEIS WEISMarshal 3 1 5 S 17 17Uarshal 17Marshal
Marshal MarshalC
4 4C
C F SCHAD SCHADFRANK 302 246 380 1351 625 625FR 625FK
FRANK FR K WILIDH WILIDHTax 224 109 95 304 732 732i 732Tax
Tax Collector CollectorN
i N McK Icl OERTING O OEILTING23 t1L U Uj 3 146 136 287 832 832I 832JNQ
j JNQ GARY WHITING WHITINGCity 354 25 50 186 335 1125 293 293City 293City
City Treasurer Treasureri TreasurerWiM
i WjM G DAILY DAILYJOS DAILYu 3 4 268 185 305 1142 623 623JOS
I JOS I JOHNSON JOHNSONMANSFIELD JoHiSON143 143 78 82 til6 16 519 519rANSFlFllilMORENO 619NSFIELD
MANSFIELD rANSFlFllilMORENO NSFIELD MORENO MORENOJ 34 11 33 26 110 110JiAlES 110JAMES
J JAMES STEAiKNS STEAiKNSChief sTEMtNSu 47 23 18 71 159 159Chief 159Chief
Chief Fire Repartmenu RepartmenuJOHN RepartmentI RepartrnentJOHN
I JOHN BxKER BxKERW 102 134 275 75 110 110w 710w
W R BICKSR BICKSRJAS BIC 245 167 133 178 723 13 13JAS 13JAS
JAS C CLARKE CLARKEJGEO 41 26 11 25 5 103 103J 103J
JGEO J GEO WHITE WHITEAlderman WHITE148 148 133 62 1G4 507 507AIderman 507Aldernian
Alderman at Large Precinct 12 12CHAS 12CHAS
CHAS H IL GINGLES GINGLESWai GINGLEs343 343 235 171 383 1132 1133VM 397
Wai L MOVER MOVERPrecinct IOYERuZ45 245 130 113 247 47 735 735PrecInct
15 v vA
A GREENHTJT GREENHTJTWM GR GREENHUi169 HU 100 106 239 G14 G14WM 614WM
WM HAYES HAYESPrecinct 361 264 189 349 1163 549 549PrecInct 54 54Precinct
Precinct Alderman 12 12A 12S 12A
A S COX COXA 189 9 189 189A 1S9A
A H DALB5rBBRTE DALB5rBBRTEPrecinct DALEMB RTE 405 45 5 5PrecInct 5Precinct
Precinct 13 13O 13O
O M PRYOR v vP e c93 93 c r > 93 I IP
P K YONGE i n nPrecinct > > 309 309 34216 34216Precinct 21G 21GPrecinct
Precinct 14 14JiAS 14J 14JAS
JiAS J ASIcHUGHi McHTJGHL v V VALEX 190 i iso 62 62MEXZEL 62ALEX
ALEX MEXZEL ZELIUS ZELIUSPrecinct US t = 128 128 128PrecInct 128Precinct
Precinct 15 15T 15TSCARO t i iT
T TSCARO s cAifQ ivv ivvW > 226 22G 22GW 226v
W v B TVIRIGHT5 WJUGBT yRlGR 1 iJ o t 339 3 339 1 113 113lPlurality 3
iPluralUy e overnextrliishest oVernext hg1i hfg1sroponent r opponent p ent > 1 1it I
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MAaNifl J NT WEDDING OF OFCROWN OfCROWN OfJ
r CROWN PRINCE PRINCIOf OF GERMANY GERMANYl
1 1Son if ifScti
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Son of Emperor William Married to Duch Duchess DuchssCec DuchI ¬
I ess ssCec Cecilia lia of Ji MecklcnburgSchwersn Mecklenbu gSchwerin gSchwerinin
in Royal RoyIPIQce Palace at tBerlin Berlin
DISTINGUISHEDASSEMBLAGE DISTINGUISHED DISflNGUIStiEDASSEMBLAGE DISTINGUIS1ASSMILAGI
ASSEMBLAGE ASSEMBLAGEC ASSEMBLAGE ASSEMBLAGEf ASSEMBLAGEComposed ASSMILAGICompose
f
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C Composed o mp osed d of offMem offMembers ofJWembers Mem Members ¬
bers of ofEurQPcn ofEurQPcnRoyal European EuropeanRoyal Euro jcan jcanRoyal
Royal Families FamiliesWas Faml Fni flies fliesWas es esWas
Was Present PresentBRIDE Pres nt ntBRIDE
BRIDE HANDSOMELY GOWNED GOWNEDEN
V VEN > 0 0EN
4
EN TRAIN AND ABLAZE WITH WITHPRECIOUS WITHPjIouS
PRECIOUS GEMS CROWN CROWNPRINCE CROWNPfUNCEIN CROWNPRINCE
PRINCE PfUNCEIN IN SIMPLE SIMPLEUNIFORMOF SIMPLEUNIFORMOFMAOR SIMPLE1JNIFORMOFMAJOR UNIFORM OF OFMAJOR
MAJOR OF THE FIRST FOOT FOOTGUARDS FOOTGUARDS FOOTGUARDS
GUARDS GUARDSBy GUARDSBy
By Associated Press PressBerlin PressBerlin PressBerlin
Berlin June 6 6Crown Crown Prince Fred Frederick Frederick Fredeiick ¬
erick William and Duchess Ducb ss Cecilia of ofMecklenburgSchwerin ofecklenburgSchwerin
I
MecklenburgSchwerin were w remarried remarried1n married marriedin
in the th palace palacecl chapel apel this afternoon afternoonand affernoonj affernoonjand I
and an the close of theceremouy the ceremony was wasmaked was1 was1malted
I
maked by the fire of batterieshero batteriesheroand batteries here hereand hereand
and In every garrison town In n Prussia Prussiaand Prussiaand Prussiaand
and in every sea where 1 erea German rmanwar rmanwarships war warships warships ¬
ships floated was begun the firing of
21 guns nsin In salute at the same sani moment momentIn momentIn
In the chapel one of the most dis distinguished distinguJshed distinguished ¬
tinguished assemblages that t atcould could be begathered begather begathered
gathered gather d in Europe saw the simple simplewedding simp1eweddlng simjilewedding
wedding service of the th jutberthcliutcl Lutber Lutheran Lutheranchurch il ilehutc1t
church Some S mesrxtyoi sixty or s Ottuityinem Ottuityinembers ttmtyin m mbers
bers of the royal family from German Germanand Germanand Germanand
and foreign Joreignstates states were present presentrep presentrepresenting rep representing representing ¬
resenting Emperor Emp ror Francis Joseph JosephGrand JosephGrand JosephGrand
Grand Duke Michael of Russian Prince PrinceHenry PrinceHenry PrinceHenry
Henry consort of the Queen of the theNetherlands theNetherlands theNetherlands
Netherlands the Dnke and an Duchess Duchessof
of Aosta representing the King and andQueen andqueen mdQueen
Queen of Italy Prince and Princess PrincessAlbert PrincessAlbert PrincessAthert
Albert of Belgium the Duke of Opor Oporto Oporto Oporto ¬
to representing Portugal Port gal Prince Fer Ferdinand Ferdnand Ferdinand ¬
dinand of Roumanla and the crown crownprincess crownprIncess crownprincess
princess of Denmark Denm rk Many others of ofdistinction ofdistinction ofdistinction
distinction werepresent were present among thembeing them thembeing thembeing
being Ambassador and Mrs Irs Tower TowerDuchess Toweruchess TowerDuchess
Duchess CecilIa came in on the thearm thearm thearm
arm of the Crown Prince She was waswearing waswearng waswearing
wearing a wreath of fresh myrtle on onher I Iher Iher
her head over which was a small smallcrown smallcrown smallcrown
crown of diamonds and rubles in a agold agold agold
gold frame placed there by the em empress empress empress ¬
press A triangle of diamonds rested restedon rest reston
on the front of the low cut bodice and andon an anon anon
on the round neck was a necklace of oflarge o olaTge oflarge
large diamonds diamondsThe diamondsThe diamondsThe
The wedding gown was of Russian Russiansilver Russiansilver Russiansilver
silver brocade and had a train four fourand fourand fourand
and one half yards long and two and andonequarter andonequarter I Ionequarter
onequarter yards wide Four maids maidscarried maidscarried i icarried
carried the train The bridal veil was wasof wasoold wasof
oold of old Brussel lace faceThe laceThe laceThe
The Crown Prince wore the light lightblue lightblueunlform lightblue
blue blueunlform uniform of the First Foot Guards Guardswith Guardswith Guardswith
with a majors insignia and his hI deco decorations decorations decorations ¬
rations rationsDIRECTORS rationsDIRECTORS rationsDIRCTORS
DIRECTORS OF OFTHE OfrUE 01 01TI1
THE TI1 EQUITABLE EQUITABLETHREE
THREE TENDERED THEIR RESIG RESIGNATIONS RESIGNAToIONS RESIGNATIONS ¬
NATIONS MAKING TEN IN ALL ALLSINCE ALLSINCE ALLSINCE
SINCE TROUBLE BEGAN BEGANBy BEGANBy BEGANBy
By Associated Press PressNewYork PressNewYork PressNew
NewYork New York June 6 6Three Three Threemorel ThreemoreldIrectors more moredirectors moredirectors
directors resigned today from the theBoard theBoard theBoard
Board of Directors of the Equitable EquitableLife j jI I ILif
I Life Lif Assurance Society and at least leastone leastorie leastone
one more will retire tomorrow mak making making makjug ¬
ing In all ten resignations since the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present troubles of the society began beganKING beganKING beganKING
KING ALPHONSO ALPHONSOSEES ALPUONSOSEES ALPITIONSOSS
SEES LONDON LONDONSPANISH LONDONSPANISHMONPRCH
SPANISH SPANISHMONPRCH MONARCH ENJOYS HIM HIMSELF HIMSELF HIMSELF ¬
SELF NOTWITHSTANDING NOTWITHSTANDINGBAD NOTWITHS ANDING ANDINGBAD
BAD WEATHER WEATHERBy
By Associated Press PressLondon PressLondon PresaLondon
London June 6 6King Kins Alphonso of ofSpain 0 0spaIn ofSpain
Spain saw S aw the sights s of the metropol metropolis m POI POIis ¬
is today In typical London weather weatherRain weatherj weatherBain
Rain fell f Il all day accompanied a by a achill achill
chill east wind Limp decorations decorationsgave decorationsg I
gave g ga v the entire city citya a bedraggled and andforlorn an anforlorn andforlorn
forlorn appearance The young mon monarch mono monoarch muonaich ¬
arch carried put a long program PIO I 1 Withidezt with withevident
evident idezt enjoyment I It If
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NEUTRAL POLICY POlICVWtlL POLICYWILLBE JLL f fBE t tBE
BE STRICTLY ENFORCED ENFORCEDRussian NfORCWTRussian
Russian Vessels Must Depart from Harbor Harborof
of Manila With 24 Hours H urs or be Interned InternedUntil t f fUntilCloseofWar
Until Until UntilCloseofWar Close of War
RETIREMENT OF OUDIIGASS OUDIIGASSCAUSL f DELCASSE DELCASSECAUSES DElCASSECA
CAUSES CA SISSOME SOME UNEASINESS
ESPECIALLY ESPEC AtLY IN VIEW OF RELA RELATIONS RELAPIONS RELAFIONS ¬
TIONS BETWEEN FRANCE AND ANDGERMANY ANDGERMANY ANDGERMANYSITUATION
GERMANY GERMANYSITUATION SITUATION INVOLV INVOLVING INVOLVNG INVOLVJNG
ING NG POSSIBILITIES POSSIBIL1TI s OF WAR WARNARROWLY wARNARROwIYAVERTED WARNARROWLY
NARROWLY NARROwIYAVERTED NARROwIYAVERTEDBy AVERTED AVERTEDBy
By Associated Press PressParis PressParlsJune6The PressParis
Paris ParlsJune6The June 6 6The The presidential de decree decree docree ¬
cree accepting the resignation of o M MDelcasse oMDelcasse MDelcasse
Delcasse and a d appointing appolntIngPremier appolntIngPremierRouvter Premier PremierRouvler PremierRouvter
Rouvter mlnisferad mInIster ad interim appear appeared appeaed appeared ¬
ed this morning iithe i hi i the Journal Official OfficialUNEASINESS OfficialUNEASINESS OfficiaLUNEASINESS
UNEASINESS CAUSED CAUSEDBY CAUSEDBY
BY THE RESIGNATION RESIGNATIONParis
Paris June 6 GThe The cabinet discus discussion discussion discussion ¬
sion today while covering the Moroc Moroccan MorocI MorocIcan ¬
can situation did not include the de decision deCIsIon dociSlon ¬
cision regarding the reply which whichFrance whichFrance whichFrance
France proposes making to the sub sultans su1tan subtaifs
tans tan proposition for an international internationalconference internationalconrerence Internationalconference
conference This question que sUon will be bedealt bedealt
dealt with subsequently subsequentlyM I
M Delcasse Delc sse and Mt Rouvier had a aconference aconference
conference lasting half h 1 an hour whenthe whenthe when whenthe al
the premier assumed direction of o af affairs affairs tf tffairs ¬
fairs of the foreign office officeThe officeThe officerue
The resignation of o M Delcasse Delcassehas Delcassehas Deicassehas
has caused uneasiness in parliamen parliamentary parliamentary parlianientary ¬
tary quarters qua ers in view of the premiers premiersideas premIersideaS premiersIdeas
ideas concerning the relations between betweenFrance betweenFrancenndGermany betweenFrance
France FrancenndGermany and Germany Some deputies deputiesdeclare deputIesdeclare I Ideclare
declare a situation S Uua tion involving jnv 0 IVing possibili possibilities P possibilities os ¬
ties of of1Var war has been narrowly larrow y avert averted av avited ¬
SIbJiU SIbJiUties
ed and that Itwill it wIll ha bedim9 difficult t now to toreconcile toreconcile toreconcile
reconcile the differences already alreadycreated alrea alreacreated alreadycreated
created Premier Rouvier Ro vi vier r appeared to togive togive togive
give some some basis b sis for this view when whenhe wht whenhe > n nhe
he appealed to the deputies deputI s not to topress topress topress
press the matter regarding r Morocco Moroccosaying Moroccosaying Moroccosaying
saying that thatpengiIig pending conditions require requirethe requirethe requirethe
the fullest fullestexerclse exercise of patriotism patriotismSecretary patriotismSecretary patriotismSecretary
Secretary Taft to Speak SpeakWashington SpeakWashington SpeakWashington
Washington June 6 Secretary 64SecretaryTaft SecretaryTaft
Taft left Washington last night with withMrs withMrs withMrs
Mrs Taft for Hot H Springs > rIngs Va to ad address address address ¬
dress the Southern Hardware Asso Association Ass AsscIation Assoelation < > ¬
ciation in convention at that place placeLinevifch pl placeLinevitch ce ceLinevitch
Linevitch Co CoVictory Con Conictory
Victory VictoryBy
By Associated Press PressHeadquarters PressHeadquarters i iHeadquarters
Headquarters of the Russian army armyGodzyadani armyGodzyadani armyGodzyadani
Godzyadani Manchuria June G G11n G11ndismayed 6Undismayed Un Undismayed ¬
dismayed by Rojestvenskys defeat defeatand defeatand defeatand
and full of confidence as Ito the the out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come of the approaching battle Lieu Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant ¬
tenant General Lineyitch Linevltch is for war wartin wartm wartilt
tin the bitter end and nd believes the theManchurian theManchurlan theManchurlan
Manchurlan army Is now strong
HAY Y WILL 1lll SAIL SAILFOR SAilfOR SAIL10R
FOR HOME TODAY TODAYAMERICAN 10DAYAMERICAN TODAYAMERICAN
AMERICAN SECRETARY OF STATE STATEKEPT STATEKEPT STATEKEPT
KEPT QUIETLY AT HIS HISHOTEL HlSHOTEL HISHOTELIN
HOTEL HOTELIN IN LONDON LONDONBy LOND LONDONBy N NBy
By Associated Press PressLondon PresLondon PressLondon
London June JuneGSecreta 6 6Secretthy Secretary y Hay Is Iskeeping Iskeeping Iskeeping
keeping i perfectly > quiet hardly stirj stirjring stir stirring stirring
ring from his hotel although keeping keepingIn
In touch with ithe rtheembassy embassy He will willsail willwI willnail
sail for New York tomorrow on the thebite theWhite j jWhite
White bite Star Liner Baltic BalticNEGROES BalticNEGROES BalticNEGROES
NEGROES REMOVED TO TOPREVENT TOPREVENT TOPREVENT
PREVENT LYNCHING LYNCHINGPointe LYNCHINGFainle LYNCHINGPointe
Pointe Coupee June 6 GThe The four foursurviving foursurviving
surviving negroes from the band who whomurdered whomurdered whflmurdered 1
murdered Ernest Lacour at Mprganza MprganzaLa lIorganLa MorganvLa
La a few days ago after being lodg lodged lodged lodged
ed in jail at Newroads were transferred transfer transferred transferred ¬
red Saturday by Sheriff Gosserand to tothe tothePentwntlary tothe
the thePentwntlary Penitentiary at Baton Rouge La Lafor Lafor Lafor
for safe keeping Wild rumors rumors of oflynching oflynching oflynching
lynching were flying in the wind This Thisprecaution ThisprecautlonwllI Thisprecaution
precaution precautlonwllI will set at rest all such suchTumors s suchrumors ch chYUmo
Tumors TumorsWEST YUmo rumorsWr
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WEST HILL MEETINGe MEETINGeA MEETING MEETINGA
A GRe GRA1StTCESS GRA1StTCESSA rSl1cCESS rSl1cCESSA
A good audience greeted Pastor iPastorCottrell PastorCottrell PastorCottrell
Cottrell and his assistant Rev W F FWagner FWagner FWagner
Wagner The house was w s beautifully beautifullylighted beautifullylighted beautifullylighted
lighted the singing was Inspiring InspiringThere inspIringThere inspiringThere
There was a good goo gospel sermon by byMr b bMr byMr
Mr Wagner from John 2021 As the theFather theFather theFather
Father hath haihsent sent me even so send Iyou I Iyou Iyou
you youFive
Five joined by letters and one ap applied applied applied ¬
plied for baptism The meeting con continues continues continues ¬
tinues through the week at 330 p pm pmand m mand muand
and 745 evenings eveningsfidenf eveningsidenf eveningsfident
fidenf of ofin oFin ofin
in Manchuria Manchuriaenough
enough to assume the theaggressive theaggressiveTo aggressive aggressiveTo j
To a correspondent of the Asso Associated Associated Assoelated ¬
ciated Press he said Most certain certainly certainly ¬
ly I am for war I am a soldier anff anffthe aniithe am amthe
the emperors will is naturally my mylaw myJaw myjaw
Jaw But Btrtmy my voice now as before ti fore Is Isfor i5fOr Isfor
for a continuation of the fight I Iam Iamno am amno amno
no prophet and have no desire to be beone beone beone
one but firmly believe I can and will willdefeat wllldefeat willdefeat
defeat the Japanese in Manchuria I nchuria
Serious Shooting A Affray ffray I ISunday
Sunday Su day Night at Chiplcyi ChipIey1 I
Special to The Journal JournalChipley JournalChipley JournalChlpley
Chipley June 6 6Sunday Sunday night at
9 oclock the colored town was stirred stirredup
up over a shooting scrape scrape which took tookplace tookplace tookplace
place at a colored girls home the thewouldbe thewould thewouIdbe
wouldbe would be assassin being beinganegro anegro known knownas
as Doc Peterson The victim was wasRaldebelle wasRaldebelle 1
Raldebelle Jackson JacksonDoc JacksonDoc I
Doc and the girl were in a house housebelonging housebelonging housebelonging
belonging to her mother standing Be Before before before ¬
fore a a dresser when Doc spoe to toher toherand toher
her herand and notreciving notreciv1ugany any answer from
the girl pulled his pistol and andfire fired fire at ather ather ather
her back She caught a glimpse of ofthe orthe ofthe
the pistol in the glass and turned andi andireceived and andreceIved andreceived
received the bullet in the left arm armstead Ihj Ihjstead lJ lJstead
stead of her back The arm was wasbroken wasbroken
broken above the elbow The shot shotwas shotwas shotwas I
was fired at at such close range that her herclothing herclothing
clothing ch > thing caught fire fireThe fireTh fireThe
The Th negro ne IO made good his escape He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was hunted the whole night b by oy a acrowd acrowd acrowd
crowd of colored men but is still at atlarge atlarge atlarge
large
Games Played Tuesday Tuesdayon
on Big League Diamonds
Southern So hem League LeagueAtlanta LeagueAtlanta LcagueAtlanta
Atlanta 5 Little Rock BockS 8 Montgom Montgomery fontgomcry ¬
ery 5 Shreveport 3 Nashville 7 7Memphis 1Memphis 7Memphis
Memphis 4 Birmingham 3 New Or Orleans Orleans Orleans ¬
leans 7
r
South Atlantic AtlanticColumbia AtlanticColumbia AtlanticColumbia
Columbia 9 Jacksonville Jacksonvl le 2 Savannah Savan Savannah avan avannah ¬
nah 3 3Charlest Charleston n 5 5Yacon ilacon 9 Augus Augusta ¬
ta 7 first firstgUne game Macon 8 Augusta
14 4 second game gameAmerican gameAmerican gameAmerican
American League LeagueWashington LeagueWasbington LeagueWashington
Washington 7 Detroit 3 Philadel Philadelphia Philadelpbia Philadelphia ¬
phia 4 Chicago 1 BostoriSL Louis LouIsgame iu1sgame Louisgame
game postponed ostponcdrain rain New York YorkCleveland YorkCleveland YorkCleveland
Cleveland game postponed OstponeNational rain rainNational rainNational
National League LeaguePittsburg LeaguePlttSburg LeaguePlttsburg
PlttSburg 5 Philadelphia 4 4Louis St StLouis
Louis 2 Cincinnati 1 J
RUSSIA AGREES AGREESTO V VTO
TO INTERNMENT INTERNMENTPolice r rPolIce
Police Dictatorship Is fsPractically IsPractically 7 7Practically
Practically Created Createdby Createdby Createdby
by Appointment Appointmentof
of Trepoff TrepoffIMPERIAL TrepoffIMPERIAL TrepoffIMPERIAL I
IMPERIAL UKASE MAKES HIM HIMFINAL HIMFINAL HItFINAL f
t
FINAL ARBITER OF FREE F E PUB PUBLIC PUBLIC PUBLIC
LIC OF O RUSSIA RUS5JAAGITATORS RUS5JAAGITATORSWANi RUSSiAAGITATORSWANT AGITATORS AGITATORSWANT
WANT STRIKE RENEWED RENEWEDZEMSTVOS RENEWEDZEMSTVOS >
7 7ZEMSTVOS
ZEMSTVOS MET DESPITE PoUC PO POLICE P0iICE
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By Associated A95OC ated Press PressWashington PressWashington PressWashington
Washington June 6 GThe The following followingannouncement followingannouncement followingannouncement
announcement was made at the War WarDepartment WarDepartment WarDepartment
Department late today The he Secre Secretary Secratary Secretary
tary of War is in receipt of a cable cablegram cablegram ¬ 4j
gram from Governor Wright announc announcing announcing announlug
ing that Secretary Tafts instructions instructionsof
of yesterday have been formally trans transnutted transmUted transmitted
mUted to the Russian admiral admi1aland and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the inquiry was wa made as to whether whetherhe
he would be required to put to sea seawithla senwithin seawithin
within twentyfour hours hoursarter after taking takirison taki takion
on coal and provisions sufficient to totake t ttake totake
take him to the nearest port That Thatup Thatuptothls Thatup
up uptothls to this time only enough coal and andprovisions I IprovisIons
provisions for use usein In the harbor to tolast tolast I
last from day to day ay had been given givenfisaattST givenf giveIa
fisaattST rhey f arrfve iV ffl tI1 Sn fuj1 i t tla
Ia witH w1t1ilpratlcal1rnocoaland Wlthr praficaliy kal1rno no coal cOaland and no nopro noprovisions pro provisions provisions +
visions visionsGovernor visionsGovernor i
Governor Wright submitted the thequestion thequestion
question as to whether they were re required required ¬
quired to take on coal and an provisions provisionssufficient provisionssuffici provisIonssufficient
sufficient suffici nt to carry them to t the near nearest nel1est neareSt ¬
est port and was advised that thePresident the thePresident thePresident
President had directed that the twen twentyfour twentyfour ¬ I Ityfour
tyfour hour limit must be e stnctly en enforced eOforced enforced
forced and that necessary supplier supplierand supplierand supplierand
and coal must be taken on within withiathat withilthat withinthat
that time These instructions
were wereconsistent wereconsistent I Icons
consistent cons stent with those of June 5 5as 5asthe as asthe asthe
the Russian admirals ships were suf suffering surering ¬ 4
fering from damages due to battle the
American policy was wa to restrict all alloperations alloperations alloperations
operations or beliggerents at neutral neutralports neutralports neutralports
ports in other words time would not notbe notbe notbe
be given for the repair of damages damagessuffered damagessuttered damagessuffered
suffered In battle battleAGREES battleAGREES battleAGREES
AGREES TO INTERNMENT INTERNMENTOF INTERNMENTOF
OF VESSELS AT MANILA MANILASt <
St t Petersburg June C GRussia Russia hag hagpractically haspractically ha hapractically
practically agreed to the internment internmentof 6 6of
of the Russian cruisers at atManlla atManllaAPPOINTMENT Manila ManilaAPPOINTMENT 3lanfl 3lanflAPPOINTMENT
APPOINTMENT CREATES CREATESPOLICE v vPOLICE t tPOLICE
POLICE DICTATORSHIP DICTATORSHIPSt
St Petersburg June 6 6Summariz CSummarlzlug Summariz Summarizing ¬ I
ing the report of the imperial Uka Ukae Ukaeappolnting > e eappointing oappoIntng
appointing GovernorGeneral Trepoff Trepoffas C Cas
as minister of the interior Slovo de declares 1 1claresthat e edares ¬
dares claresthat that it practically creates a po po1ice ¬
lice dictatorship over all minlsteries minlsteriesand minIslcriesandives
and andives gives him plenary power to close closesocieties c1o closesocieties e esocieties
societies conventions leagues and a asembles asembles asembles
sembles of O every character at will willand willand willand
and makes mak him final arbiter of the thafree thefree thGfree
free public in Russia RussiaRUSSIAN RussiaRUSSIAN RussiaRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN AGITATORS AGITATORSWANT AGITATORSWANT AGITATORSWANT
WANT STRIKE RENEWED RENEWEDSL RE EWED
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St Petersburg June 6 GFrom From all allparts aUparts iIlparts
parts of Russia come reports thatagL thatagLtators thatagitators > j
tators especially socialists are urging urgingrenewals urgingrenewals urgingrenewals
renewals of the strike strlkRUSSIAN strikeRUSSIAN r rRUSSIAN
>
RUSSIAN ZEMSTV ZEMSTVOMET ZEMSTVMET c cMET
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MET DESPITE POLICEi POLICEiMoscow POLIC POLICMoscow POLICLMoscow <
Moscow June 6 GIn In spite of official officialproscription officIalproscription 1
proscription the all Russian
Zemstvo Zemstvocongress Zemstvocongress c ccongress
congress assembled here ber today but butthe blJtthe butthe
the delegates met In private house houseAbout housCJAbout housesAbout
About two hundred and eighty dele delegates delesates ¬ I Igates
gates from the various Zemstvos and andmunicipalities ancjmunicipalities 0 0municipalities
municipalities including mayors mayorso mayorsotwenty of oftwentyfive oftwentyfive
twenty twentyfive 1ive large cities arrived arrivedyesterday arrivedyesterday arrIvedyesterday > >
yesterday to attend the congress It ItIs 1tIs 5
Is proposed to introduce resolutions resolutionscalling resolutionacalling i icalling
calling for the Immediate cessation of ofhostilities ofhostilIties ofhostilities
hostilities The order prohibiting tn tnmeeting thmeeting tbmeeting
meeting of the congress arrived arrived1t arrived1tMoscow at atMoscow atMoscow
Moscow late last night and roused the thegreatest tbegreatest thegreatest >
greatest indignation and resentment
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