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1 13 BODIES BODIESRECOVERED BODIESRECOIERED
RECOVERED RECOVEREDFROM RECOIEREDFROM
FROM RIVER RIVERFive
five are Still Reported Missing Missingand
and Search in Con Continued Continued Continued ¬
tinued tinuedBLAME tinuedBlAME tinuedManner
BLAME RESCURERS RESCURERSManner
Manner in Which Car Was Taken TakenFrom TakenFrom TakenFrom
From Water WaterCAUSES WaterCAUSES WaterCAUSES
CAUSES COMMENT AND CRITI CRITICISM CRITIcisMTRAFFIC CRITICISMTRAFFIC ¬
CISM cisMTRAFFIC TRAFFIC OVER LINE LINEMUST LINEMUST LINEMUST
MUST BE SUSPENDED iFOR TWO TWOWEEKS TWOWEEKS TWOWEEKS
WEEKS AT THE MOST MOSTBy MOSTBy MOSTBy
By Associated Press PressNorfolk PressNorfolk PressNorfolk
Norfolk Aug AugISThe 18 The subsequent re removal temoval remoral ¬
moval of the two Atlantic Coast Line Linecars Linecars Linecars
cars which plunged Into Elizabeth Elizabethriver Elizabethriver Elizabethriver
river yesterday revealed the fact that thatbut thatHt thatbut
but two bodies were in the cars mak making maklng making ¬
ing a total of bodies recovered of 13 13with 13with 13with
with five reported missing missingNone missingNone missingNone
None of the injured now in hospi hospitals hospitals hospitals ¬
tals will die Careful examination of ofthe oftlie ofthe
the river bottom has revealed no more morebodies moreDotIies morebodies
bodies and the Coast Line officials are areconvinced areconvinced arecoaviaced
convinced that the death list is now nowcomplete nowmpete nowooinpiete
complete Th j small casuality list in inthe Int1le inthe
the first car which was completely completelysubmerged completelysubmerged completelysubmerged
submerged is explained by b the theorythat theory theorythat theart
that t at when the emergency brakes were weraapplied wer werapplied wereapplied
applied raaay passengers believing a acollision acoUisIon aCollision
collision imminent rushed into the thesecond theee thesecond
second ee nll car and all had time to escape escapebefore escape9dore escapebefore
before the t e car finally sank beneath beneaththe
the surface of the water waterEarlier waterEarner waterEarlier
Earlier Report Was Bad BadNorfolk BadNorfolk BadNorfolk
Norfolk Va Aug IS ISThirteen 18Thirteenbodies Thirteen Thirteenbodies
bodies have been recovered and the thedeath thedeatk thedeath
death list of the wreck on the Atlan Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
tic Coast Line at Bruces station is isstill isstili issill
still thought to be far from complete completeIt
It is reported that a score of bodies bodiesfloated bodiesfloated bodiesfloated
floated down with ilk the tide when the thefirst theirst theSrst
first submerged car was raised and andthat andtAat andthat
that another passenger coach jammed jammedwith jammedItk jammedwith
with Itk dead negroes is now buried in inthe inthe inthe
the mud of the western branch branchMany branchMan branchMany
Many Man make estimates e of the dead at atmore atJDOre atmore
more than one hundred while conser conservative conseryative conservative ¬
vative guesses range from fifty to toseventyfive tosevent toseventyfive
seventyfive sevent fie Blame has been attach attached
ed to the rescuers because of the man manner manner mannor ¬
ner in which the first car was taken takenfrom takenrom takenfrom
from rom the water This coach was wasslanting wasslanting wasslaath
slanting slaath g in the water and almost sub subaerged submerged submerged
merged and when it reached dryland drylandit dry land landit
it naturally had a steep slant slantAs slanLI slantAs
As a result many bodies were washed wash washed ¬
ed away by It th t the e tide tideThere tideTkere tideThere
I There has been an evident desire to toconceal toconceal toconceal
conceal the real extent of the disaster disas disaster disaster ¬
ter Divers report that many man bodies bodiesfeeaeath bodies1teneath bodiesbeneath
beneath the water are so mutilated mutilatedthat
that l at it will be Impossible to identify identifythem Identifyt identifythem
them themThe t themThe em emThe
The traffic on the Atlantic Coast CoastLine CoastLine I
Line over this route will be necessari necessarily ¬
ly suspended and trains are being beingbrought beingDrought beingbrought
brought in over other routes Two Twoweeks Twoweeks Twoweeks
weeks of forced labor will be necessary necessaryto
to replace the broken draw drawPOISONED drawPOISONED drawPOISOND
POISONED BY BYFLEA BYfLtA BYTWO
FLEA DISINFECTANT DISINFECTANTTWO
TWO SOLDIERS USED US D IT ITO ON THEIRBODIES THEIR THEIRBODIES THEiRBODIES
BODIES AND ARE NOW NOWVERY NOWVER NOWVERY
VERY ILL ILLBy ILLBy ILLBy
By Associated Press PressCiactaaati PressCIRclnB8ti PressCincinnati
Ciactaaati Aug 18 ISAs As a result of ofspraying ofspca ofspray
spraying spray lag their bodies with a dfstnfec dfstnfectaat IIlstnfeetaBt disinfeetut
taat to t destroy fleas Ernest A Graham Grahamsad GrahamJiM Grahamsad
sad Al Vacairn Va cairn are in a serious condi condition condltion condition ¬
tion and may ma die dieace dieSfnce dieDace
Dace ace the First regiment returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedfrom I
from Vicksburg Miss the army arm has hasbeea haseR hasbeen
been eR infested i with fleas brought fromthere from fromthere fromthere
there by the soldiers Graham Co Cotook Cotcok Cotook
took a contract to disinfect the ar armory armory armory ¬
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agreed upon for cooperation were leg legislation le leisltkHt legislation ¬
I islation favorable to one or more moremembers moremem morenterabers
members mem ers of the aHied association the thedefeat th thIdefeat thoI
Idefeat I defeat of legislation legislationunfavorable unfavorable to toeither toeltRer toeither
either association the securing of fa favorable fat
t vorable vOnl le rulings by b collectors of cus custarns cusI customs
I toms regarding imports of seeds seedsplants seedI seedsplaata
plants trees nag horticultural mer merohaadtse merolaucHse merolandise
I ohaadtse and 4 supplies a discontinu discontinua
a aBce ce of governmental free seed distri distribHdoa distrlj
j bHdoa The allied association also alsoproposes asoplOp alsoproposes
proposes plOp Ses to deal withthe with the question of ofgrafter ofgrafter
grafter coaiuilssions paid p d to the agents agentsof
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SAY r t CONTRACTOR CONTRACTORSlUGGED CONTRACTORDEATH
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DEATH DEATHBelieved
Believed that He Has HasSLUGGED Met End a aHands aHands aHands
Hands of Union Labor LaborEnemies LaborEnemies LaborEnemies
Enemies EnemiesBy
By Associated Press PressChicago PressChicago PressChicago
Chicago Aug 18 ISR R H Davidson Davidsona
a building contractor is missing from fromChicago fromChicago fromChicago
Chicago and his friends an and relatives relativesthink relatlvetthink relativesthink
think he has met death at the hands handsof
of a union labor slugging gang gangDavidson gangDaidson gangDavidson
Davidson was in the employ of Frank FrankW
W Adams a superintendent of the theconstruction thoconstruction theconstruction
construction of an old building at atRockwell atRockwell atRockwell
Rockwell and Twentyseventh streets streetsConstruction streetsConstruction streetsConstruction
Construction of the building has been beenmarked beenmarked beenmarked
marked by continuous labor troubles troublesAfter troublesAfter troublesAfter
After he had discharged a number numberof
of Bricklayers Davidson received a acall acall I IcaU
call from a man who is supposed to tohave tohave I Iha
have ha ye been a union business agent agentThat agentThat agentThat
That was several days da s ago agoThe agoThe agoThe
The Interview between the contrac contractor contractor ¬
tor and the stranger ended In a violent violentquarrel violentquarrel violentquarrel
quarrel in which Davidson knocked knockedhis I
his caller down on the floor of the new newbuilding newbuilding newbuilding
building Two days da s later Davidspnleft Davidson Davidsonleft
left his work ork as usual at 5 oclock in 1nthe inthe inthe
the afternoon but he did not reach his hisresidence hi hiresidence hloresidence
residence The next day da an unknown unknownperson unknownperson unknownperson
person called Frank W V Adams on the thetelephone thetelephone thetelephone
telephone and said saidYou saidYou saidYou
You will find your our man Davidson Davidsonin
in the river riverSince riyerSInce I ISince
Since that telephonic communica communication ¬
tion no word has been heard from fromDavidson fromDayidson fromDavidson
Davidson or about him himMinister himMinIster himMinister
Minister Has Not Resigned ResignedSt
St Petersburg Aug 18 ISThe The for foreign foreign foreign ¬
eign office categorically denies the re report report report ¬
port that Count Lamsdorff foreign foreignminister foreignminIster foreignminister
minister has resigned or has attempt attempted ¬
ed to resign
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J C JORDON IS DROWNED DROWNBDIN DRO DROIN T
IN BLACKWATBR AT HOLTS HOLTSPROMINENT
PROMINENT NAVAL STORES OPERATOR LOST LIFE AT 4 OCLOCK OCLOCKYESTERDAY OCLOCKYESTERDAY OCLOCKYESTERDAY
YESTERDAY WHILE MENTALLY DERANGED DERANGEDBODY DERANGEDBODY DERANGEDBODY
BODY WAS RECOVERED
Special to The Journal JournalHolts JournalHolts JournalHalts
Holts Aug 18 ISEarIr Early this morning morningthis
this community was shocked by b the thereport thereport thereport
report that Mr J C Jordan had haddrowned haddrowned haddrowned
drowned himself In Blackwater river riverA
A coroners jury was hastily summon summoned ¬
ed and soon reported his death deathbr deathbraccidental by byaccidental byaccidental
accidental drowning his mind being beingderanged beingderanged beingderanged
deranged at the time timeMr timeIr timeMr
Mr Ir Jordan had been it is alleged allegedunder allegedunder allegedunder
under the influence of liquor for sov several sovernl soveral ¬
eral days da s prior to Sunday Sun + ay in so much muchthat muchthat muchthat
that he could not attend to his busi business business business ¬
ness but it is said he had not takerany taken takenany takenany
any since Sunday Dr Eldridge of ofMilton or1IIton ofMilton
Milton gave him medicine Wednes Wednesday WednesdaY Wednesday ¬
day night but It did not seem to re reolieve relieve relieve ¬
lieve his physical or mental mentalconditlon mentalconditlonand condition conditionand
and last night he left his home wan wandering wanderlng wandering ¬
dering about in the woods His broth ¬
erin erinlaw law Mr rr Herrington and Mr MrWiseman MrWiseman MrWiseman
Wiseman followed him and an tried to topersuade topersuade topersuade
persuade him back and to force back backbut backbut backbut
but in vain The former then went wentfor wentfor wentfor
for help and while away he escaped escapedfrom escapedfrom escapedfrom
from Mr Wiseman and making for forthe forthe forthe
the river near by he threw himself inand in inand inand
and drowned at 4 a am m ere help could couldreach couldreach couldreach
reach him himMr himIr himMr
Mr Ir Jordan was senior member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the firm of Jordan Co who operate operatea
a turpentine still some four miles from fromIfolts fromlfolts fromIjolts
Ifolts west of the Blackwater river riverThe riverThe riverThe
The company succeeded Bryant Bros Brosin
in December 1904 He was a splendid splendidbusiness splendidbusinessman splendidbusiness
business businessman man and was doing a suc successful successful successful ¬
cessful business He lea leaves es a wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and four children and a sister here herebesrides herebe herebesides
besides be ides many man friends to mourn his sad saddemise saddemise saddemise
demise
Czar Creates Representation RepresentationAssembly RepresentationAssembly RepresentatiOnAsscmbly
Assembly for Russia
By Associated Press PressSt I ISt I
St Petersburg Aug 18 lSIt It is an annnunced anDounced ani anipounced
pounced today toda todaythat that an imperial man manfesto manl manifesto I Ifesto i i
festo proclaiming the creation of anational a anational i iLatlOnal
national representative assembly will i i
I I be read at the churches and at allmeetings all
I meetings of Zemstvoists and immici municlpallties
palities tomorrow Saturday The day daywill daywHl daywill
will be observed as a national fete feteilav feteay feteaav
ilav ay and the government offices will beclosed be beclosed
closed
Automobile Plunges Down DownEmbankment DownEmbankment DownEmbankrnent
Embankment Into Pond
Buffalo N Y Aug 18 ISWebh Webb Ja Jaof Jaof Jay Jayof >
of Cleveland was probably fatally fatalJ in injured injured inured ¬
jured at Konnelworth Park today in a aton aton aten
ton mile automobile a tomo i1e race In the thefourth thefourth thefourth
fourth mile Jays machine crashed crashedthrough crasheLthrough crashedthrough
through a fence down an embankment embankmentfifteen pmbankmentfifteen embankmentfifteen
fifteen feet deep and into a pond of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water What caused the accident is isnot Is110t
I not known but probably Jay Ja was
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blinded1 by b dust and steered Into the thefence theience thefence
fence He was driving a mile a min minute minute minute ¬
ute when the accident happened happenedNine happenedNine happenedNine
Nine ribs were broken one leg was wasfractured wasfractured wasfractured
fractured and his right thigh was wasfractured wasfractured wasfractured
fractured Pneumonia and pleurisy pleurisywill
will probably set In within twenty twentyfour twentyfour twentyfour
four hours and If he survives this the thephysicians therh thephysicians
physicians rh sicians say sa he may recover
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v and He Will Probably Get GetLife actLife GetLife
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INDEMNITY NOW NOWTHE NO NOTHE
THE ONlY ONlYOBSTAClE ONLYOBSTACLE
OBSTAClE OBSTAClEIt
It I t Is Believed That the Envoys EnvoysCan EnvoysCan
IsCan
Can Settle All Other Peace PeaceConditions PeaoeConditions PeaceConditions
Conditions ConditionsCONFERENCE ConditionsCONFERENCE ConditionsCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE ADJOURNS TILL TILLTUESDAY TILLTUESDAY TILLTUESDAY
TUESDAY WHEN THE FINAL FINALSTRUGGLE FINALSTRUGGLE FINALSTRUGGLE
STRUGGLE WILL BE ENACTED ENACTEDBy ENACTEDBy
By Associated Press PressPortsmouth PressPortsmouth PressPortsmouth
Portsmouth N H Aug 18 lSThe lSThepeace The Thepeace Thepeace
peace conference held two sessions to today today today ¬
day and adjourned till Tuesday The Themorning Themorning Themorning
morning session ended at 1230 1230oclock 12300cloc1 1230oclock
oclock and the envoys went Imme Immediately Immeiately immediately ¬
diately to lucheon resuming their theirwork theirwork theirwork
work at three oclock oclockThe ocloCkThe oclockThe
The official statement of the morn morning morning morning ¬
ing session was WilSto to the effect that the theanvoys thenoys theenvoys
envoys continued the discussion of ofarticle ofartirte ofariiQfe
article eleven el vcn and no decision d cislon was wasreached wasreached wasreached
reached This article articleielates relates to the thelimitation thCiIlmtWlon thelimltation
limitation of Russias naval power in inthe inthe inthe
the far east It is believed that thatneither that1cither thatneither
neither that nor any other article with withtfie withtIle withthe
tIle exception of those relating to the theindemnity theIndemnit theindemnityy
indemnity and the surender by Russia Russiaof
of Sakahiln presents inseparable dif difficulties difficulties alifflculties ¬
ficulties flcultiesThe ficultiesThe ficultiesThe
The afternoon session was unable unableto
to agree upon article eleven and au it itwas itwas I
was deferred Article twelve provid providing proviing providing ¬
ing for the granting of fishing fishi lg rights rightson
on Russian literal lit oral was unanimously unanimouslyagreed unanimouslyagree unanimouslyagreed
agreed agree to The articles passed passe over overdid overdid overdid
did not come up today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The protocols will be drawn dr wn up upduring upduring upduring
during the three days da s interim and the thefinal thefinal thefinal
final struggle will come Tuesday at atthree atthree atthree
three in the afternoon afternoonAUTHOR afternoonAUTNOR afternoonAUTHOR
AUTHOR STABS STABSH STABSHiMSELF STABSHIMSLF
H HiMSELF SMS ELF FATALLY FATALLYWAS
WAS DESPONDENT AT FAILURE FAILURETO
TO SELL BOOK OR GET GETWORK GETWORK GETWORK
WORKBy WORK WORKBy WORKBy
By Associated Press PressNew PressNew PressNew
New York Aug IS ISJos Jos Unalt Un alt foimercy for formerly fOlmerlr ¬
mercy aNew a New Orleans druggist Is dy dying dyiug dyfug ¬
fug in a hospital here from selfInflict selfInflicted ¬
ed stab wounds He was found yes yesterday yesterday es esterda ¬
terday terda in a Central park drive Be Beside Bcfide Beside ¬
side him lay a new hunting knife knifeUnalt knifeUnalt knifeUnalt
Unalt who was 30 years ears old is said saidto saidto saidto
to have come to New Yorl in the hope hopeof
of securing a publisher for a book he hehad hehad hehad
had written on socialism Failing of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his purpose ae e sought so ght ht a position as a a amagazine ama amagazine
magazine ma a71ne editor but without success successHe successHe successIle
He has a wife and two small chiloteain chiloren
in New Orleans OrleansBASEBALL OrleansBASEBALL
BASEBALL BASEBALLI
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I Montgomery lontgon er 4 Birmingham 0 0Little OI 0Little
Little Rock 3 Shreveport SlJreveportOIemphis 0 0Memphis 0Meniphls
I Memphis 2 New Orleans 3 3American 3American 3American
American League LeagueCleveland LeagueCIen LeagueCleveland
Cleveland CIen latd 0 Washington 5 5Chicago6 5Chicago6 5Chicago
Chicago6 6 New York 0 0Detroit ODetroit 0Detroit
Detroit 2 Boston 1 1STt 1S1 1St
STt Jxuis lows Lou s 3 Philadelphia 3 sixteen sixtconinnings sixteeninnings Iixteeninnings
innings game called on onaccount account of ofdarkness ofdarkuc3i ofdarkness
darkness
Nation < h I League LeagueNew Leaguei LeagueNew
i New York 5 Boston 4 4Brooklyn 4I 4Brooklyn
Brooklyn 1 Pittsburg 2 2I
I I Bostpn 12 Cincinnati 0 firs 01 t game gameBoston 8 ame
Boston 7 Cincinnati 8 second secondgame secondgame oronl1game
game gamePhiladelphia gamePhiladelphia gamePhiladelphia
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itJry t Jury u Was Out Only an a n Hour When WhenVerdict WhenVerdict
Verdict Was Reached Reachedand
and Returned ReturnedOWE ReturnedONE ReturnedON
OWE ON MORE TRIAL TRIALMay TRIALI TRIALMay
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May Now No Decide to Try Him for forMurder forr
Murder r of Dansby DansbyATTORNEYS DansbyATTORNEYS DansbYATTORNEYS
ATTORNEYS WILL DECIDE MAT MATTER MATTER MATTER ¬
TER THIS MORNING MORNINGJUDGE MORNINGJUDGEREEVESS MORNINGJUDGEREEVESS JUDGE JUDGEREEVESS
REEVESS POWERFUL PLEA FOR FORMERCY FORMERCY FORMERCY
MERCY WAS WHAT UNDOUBT UNDOUBTEDLY UNDOUBTEDLY UNDOUBTEDLY ¬
EDLY SAVED MURDERER FROM FROMGALLOWS FROMGALLOWS FROMGALLOWS
GALLOWS GALLOWSWe
t 11 H HWe
We the jury find the defend defendant dofand7f fF fFe
7f e ant William F Williams guilty guiltyof
s4 of murder in the first degree degreeand degreeand degreeand
and recommend him to the themercy themercy themercy
mercy of the court courtAfter courtAfter
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Y i 1l 1 1After
After listening for for or five days to totite totiteevidence theevidence the theevidence
evidence and arguments In the case caseof caei caseof
i of the State of Florida vs William WilliamFletcher Williamf7etcher VilliamFletcher
Fletcher Williams charged with the themurder themurder themurder
murder of John White on July Juh1S 18 last lastthe lastthe lastthe
the jury brought brou ht in a verdict o of K guiltyofanurdorin guilty guiltynfmu I IOfunurdor >
Ofunurdor nfmu ofanurdorin dor in InUIC the first rst degree with wlthn wlthnrocomm a arecommendation arecommendation
recommendation rocomm ndntT n to the mercy merc of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court But sii sfightry htly over on hour h mr was wasconsumed wasconsunied wasconsumed
consumed in arriving at the conclu conclusion conclusion conclusion ¬
sion that the crime committed by Wil Williams Williams Williams ¬
liams while one of the most diaboli diabolical ¬
cal in the annals of Florida was not notdeserving notde notdeserving
deserving de erving of the extreme penalty of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the law the recommendation carry carrying carr carrng carrying ¬
ing ng with it a penalty of life imprison imprisonment imprIsonment imprisonment ¬
ment according to the laws of the thestate thestate thestate
state stateThe stateThe stateThe
The jurors who tried the caseare caseareas case areas are areas
as follows
The Jury JuryD
D M 1 Carter of McDavid McDavidH
H 0Miller C Miller of Myrtle Grove GroveL
L E Boggan OgglUl of Pensacola PensacolaJoel
Joel G Suggs of Gonzalez GonzalezPhil GonzalezPhil GonzalezPhil
Phil Jones of Gouldlng GouldlngM
M D MoArthur of 12 Miles West Westof
of MciDavid MciDavidD
D B Steel ot 6 Miles West of Pen Pensacola PenRcola Pensacola
sacola sacolaJ
J Caro of 12 l 2 Miles West of Pensacola Pen Pensncola Pensacola
sacolaJas sacola sncolaJas sacolaJasT
Jas JasT T Godwin of 12 12Illes Miles West Westof Westof
of McDavid McDavidE
E Bailey D ley of Myrtle Grove GroveW
W C Kelly of 4 1 Miles West 6f f Cen Century Cenfur Century ¬
tury fur
Exactly One Month After Crime CrimeThe CrimeThe CrimeThe
The jury was given the case exact exactly ¬
ly one month from rcm the day dayJobn John White Whitevas WhIteas Whiteeras
vas as killed and by l > an odd coincidence coincidenceat
at t almost the exact hour hoitrthat that the thetragedy thet thetragedy
tragedy t raged occurred occurredVerdict occurrfdVerdict occurredVerdict
Verdict Disapproved DisapprovedAn
An immense crowd was jammed Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the court room during the afternoon afternoonand
and remained until the verdict hadbeen had hadbeen hadbeen
been reached r While there were ere no noexpressions noexpressIOns noexpressions
expressions of disapproval In the court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room many were heard after adjourn adjournment adjournroent adjournnent ¬
ment and little groups of men gath gathered gathered gathered ¬
ered along Palafox street and anddiscuss anddiscusser discuss discussed ¬
ed er e it as soon as its purport became becameknown becameknown becameknown
known The Th concensus of opinion opinionseemed opinionseemed opinionseemed
seemed to be that it was a travesty travestyon
on justice and the jury was denounc denounced ¬
ed by b many man for recommending mercy mercyin
in a case where whe the evidence had hadshown hadhOWll hadshown
shown no mercy melC had been given and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which all who expressed themselves themselvescharacterized themselvescharact themselvescharactc
characterized charact + rizCll as fII a wilful premediat premediated
ed and coldblooded murderThat murder murderThat mnrderThat
That the evidence warranted a aver averdiet vet verdict vetdict ¬
dict of mnrder in the first degree no noone noone noone
one attempted to gainsay but all ex expressed exluCssed expressed ¬
pressed surprise that the death penal penalty ¬
ty y had not been inflicted and denounc denounced ¬
ed the verdict in no uncertain terms termsMay termsMay termsMay
May Be B Tried for Dansfays Murder MurderIt
It is possible that defense mar marmake marmjlke mapmake
make a motion for a new trial this thismornin thIsmornin thigmorning
mornin or that attorneys aU omen for or the pros prosecution prosecution prosecutlon ¬
ecution may elect to try Wife Wifranis WI WILams
Lams anis for the murder of Edwin EdwinDansby EPwlnDansbr twinDa
Dansby Da hsby who ho was wa4 > i slaughtered at the thesame thesame thesame
same time that J6hn J hn White was kill killed kUlI killed ¬
ed I The rh > latte proposition has not notbeen notheen notbeen
been fully decided upon but the at attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
torneys for the prosecution will con confer coufelt confor ¬
felt with reference to it this morning
In case a new trial Is denied and it Is Isdecided 18decided Isdecided
decided not to If > take up the Dansby Dansbycase
case Williams will be sentenced sent nced this thisinornlng thismorning thismorning
morning to spend the remainder of ofIifs ofhis
his life behind prison bard bardMeans bars barsMeans b r rMeans
Means Life Imprisonment ImprisonmentA
A number expressed eplessedthe the opinion opinionlast opinionlast
last night that Williams if sentenced sentencedto
to the penitentiary for life would u1 ulContinuea u1Continued
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