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Newport R L Aug l9evinson l9evinsonWalsh on onWalsh n nWalsh +
Walsh son of < Thomas F Walsh tab i of ofWashington litVashlngton t tWashington
Washington was killed and four other otherprominent otherprominent otherprominent
prominent members of the Newport Newportsummer Newportsummer
summer colony Injured in an automo automobile automobUe automtbile ¬
bile accident here this afternoon 0
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Kernochan Harry HarI Oelrichs Herbert
Pell and Moss Evelyn Walsh sister sisterof
of the man killed It is believed none
was fatally injured injuredThe InjuredThe I
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struck the railing of a bridge and andplunged andplunged
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By Associated Press PressNorfolk PressNorfolk PressNorfolk
Norfolk Aug 19 19S0 So far there are arei areool areonly
ool only i fo foHrteea rteen know dead as a result resultof
of 0 the Atlantic Coast Line wreck reck al although althotlt althoxgh ¬
though statements of divers and oth others others others ¬
ers indicate the number may be in increased Increased increased ¬
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believed ieed the list will 111 exceed that num number number number ¬
ber as most of the 169 excursionists excursionistshave
have ave beea aocotmted for forIt forIt forIt
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claims he had a4i BO advices regarding regardingthe
the t e draw and had no orders to stop stopsaywhere stopD3whele stopaaywhere
saywhere saywhereBURGOMAS1ES D3wheleBURGOMASl
BURGOMAS1ES BURGOMAS1ESWINS ER ERWINS 1 1WINS
WINS RACE RACEBy RACBy
By Associated Press PressSaratoga PressISi8ratoga PressSaratoga
Saratoga Aug 19 19The The United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Hotel stakes worth 6000 OOO six sixfarkmgs sixfvrloBgs sixfarloags
farkmgs for two year ear olds was won wonfcy wonby
fcy 8 Burgomaster B Pegasus second Or Ormoodale Ormondale Ormondale
mondale third Time 134 13445 13445Telegraphers 45 45Telegraphers 45Telegraphers
Telegraphers Strike Called Off OffSU OffS1 OffSt
SU Paul Pa l Aug 19 19The The strike of thetelegraphers the thetelegraphers thetelegrupherson
telegraphers on the Great Northern NorthernRailway NorthernRaUw NorthernRailway
Railway RaUw system stem was called off last lastaight lastDig lastnight
night Dig t the men on that line having voted vot voted ot oteel ¬
ed by a large majority to return to toworlt towont
wont
JEFFERSON D STEPHENS STEPHENSANNOUNCES STEPIiENSAlTNOUNCES STEPHENSANNOUNCES
ANNOUNCES ANNOUNCESta1K FOR CONGRESS CONGRESSOOUWTY
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W B LAMAR AND STATES PLATFORM UPON UPONWHICH UPONWHICH UPONWHICH
WHICH HE WILL RUN
Special iaI t tie TV rite e Journal Journaltf
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p 1rr ir that at will 111 be held e14 la latf ladI latdaLM
dI tdaLM i tf elected work unnd un unof UnJl1d
Jl1d Mote for appOlNiati Uon Uonaiorereat Bli Bliof
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8BcemeBt of the t e state and its various variousresources variouresources VariousreMNrces s
resources and encourage the invest investmeat inestmeat investneat
meat of capital capital4tk caIta14th
4tk I shall S aH oppose the reduction ol olthe ofthe o othe f
the tSbntks tItks ks representation In congress congress5th
5th I shall s atl work lo place Florida FloridaOB Floridon a
OB aa equal footing with the loadin leadingstate loadinstate loadinstates g
state of the union in education and andindustries an anlndietries andJIMItl d
industries JIMItl trias and the t e various progressive progressivedevelopments progressivetlEeJopmeats progressivedevelopments
developments that will be beneficial tc tcthe tot t tthe o
the t e state state6th stateGt stateEtta
Etta Gt I favor the increase and exten extension extensloB extensloe ¬
sloB of the commercial relationship ol o t
the t e United States Stat s upon an equitable equitablefeasis equitableBasts equitablebasis
basis with the various nations and andislaads andislands andislands
islands of the world in order that the thefarmers thefUIDOtS thefarmers
farmers of the south may ma find a readymarket ready readymarket read readmarket
market for taelr cotton and other pro proffocts proi protfhcts
ffocts i ts at paying prices and that the thexaatifacturer theIBanfactliret themanufacturer
manufacturer may find tin outlet for forhis forhis I Ihis
his surplus surpl s manufactured products productsThe
The above are a few of the many manythings manythings
things that I favor and expect to work workfor workfor workfor
J for If elected electedJEFFERSON electedJEFI
JEFFERSON JEFF RSON D STEPHENS STEPH NS NSk I
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Called Back from Vacation Vqcat ol1 Land
R RUSSIAS REPRESENT REPRESENTATIVE REPRESENTATIVECALLEDTO REPRESENTATIVEGALLED A TIVE TIVECALLED
CALLED CALLEDTO TO SAGAMORE SA G MOREHftL HILL I 1 LL °
Mysterious Midnight Midni ht Dispatch to toBaron toBaron toBaron
Baron Rosen from fromRoosevelt fromRoosevelt i iRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseveltEVIDENT RooseveltI RooseveltEVIDENT
EVIDENT AN EFFORT IS BEING BEINGMADE B
MADE TO PREVENT PEACE CON CONFERENCE CONFERENCE CONFERENCE ¬
FERENCE BREAKING UP WHEN WHENPLENIPOTENTIARIES WHENPiLENIPOTENTIARIES WHENPLENIPOTENTIARIES
PLENIPOTENTIARIES MEET ON ONTUESDAY ONTUESDAY ONTUESDAY
TUESDAY NEXT AT PORTS PORTSMOUTH PORTSMOUTH PORTSMOUTH ¬
MOUTH
By Associated PressPortsmouth Press PressPortsmouth PressPortsmouth
Portsmouth N H Aug 19 19Sud 19Suddenly Sud Suddenly ud ¬ 1 1den13
denly the eyes of the world have been beenturned beenturned I Iturned
turned by a mysterious m sterious midnight dispatch dis dispatch dl3patch
patch from Portsmouth to Oyster OysterBay OysterBa3 OysterBay
Bay from the plenipotentiaries to the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president of the United states an invi invitation initatlon i itation ¬
tation to Baron Rosen Russias ac accredited accredited accredited ¬
credited representative to the t e United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States to visit Oyster Bay havlpg been beenextended beenextended beenextended
extended by b the president after mid midnight midnight midnight ¬
night nightIt
It Is consltfered entirely proper for forthe forthe forthe
the president at any time to summon summonto
to a conference a foreign representa representative ¬
tive tiveIt UeIt tiveIt
It was decided after a conference conferencewith conference conferencewith
with ith Mr Pierce that Baron Rosendepart Rosen Rosendepart I
depart by anearly an early train this morning m r ing
From Boston he took a fast express ezpresaand expressand expres31
and by b special arrangement a stopwas stop stopwas stopwas
was ordered at New Rochelle where wherethe wherethe
the yacht acht Sylph was in waiting toconvey to toconvey toconvey I
convey him to Oyster Bay This plan planwss planV12S planwas
was carried out and Baron Rosen Rosenreached Roseureached Rosenreached
reached Sagamore Hill late in the af afternoon arernoon ¬
ternoon ternoonIt ernoonIt
It was decided to keep secret as aslong aslong aslong
long as possible Baron Rosens desti destination desUnation destination ¬
nation and the Japanese were not in informed Informed informed ¬
formed until a telegram was received receivedfrom receivedfrom receivedfrom
from the Rosen party at Boston It Itwas It7as
was announced that he was going toMagnolia to toMagnolia toagnolla
Magnolia MagnoliaThe agnollaThe
The presidents plan In summoning summoningto summonlnto
to a conference Russias representa representative ¬
tine was not given out In advance and andthe an 1 1the
the results of the meeting are yet to tobe tobe tobe
be announced It is evidently an ef effort erefort ¬
fort to avoid a wreck of the peace peaceconferencp peaceconferencp
conferencp when the plenipotentiaries plenipotentiariesmeet pl > nipotontiarieJ1I
I meet on Tuesday and bring from It Itfinal Itfinal
final peace pe ce It is believed that efforts effortsare effortsare effortsare
are being made to have the powers
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xert all influence possible at Tokio Tokioand Tokloand Tokioand
and St Petersburg to this end endSUPRME endSUPRME t tSUPRME
j jBRING
SUPRME EFFORT TO TOBRING TOBRING
BRING ABOUT PEACE PEACEOyster PEACEOyster PEACEOyster
Oyster Bay Aug 19Presldent 19PresidentRoosevelt 19 19PresldentRoosevolt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Is exerting his great Influ Influence infiuence Influence ¬
ence to prevent a rupture of the peace peaceconference peaceconference peaceconference
conference at Portsmouth and is en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in a supreme effort to induce inducethe inducethe inducethe
the envoys envo s of the belligerent govern governments governments governments ¬
ments to t compromise their differences differencesand
and reach an agreement resulting in inlasting Inlasting inlasting
lasting peace In this effort he has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the active and cordial support of ofGreat ofGreat ofGreat
Great Britain France and an Germany GermanyTremendous GermanyTremendous GermanyTremendous
Tremendous and world wide pres pressure pressure pressure ¬
sure is being brought to bear upon uponBASEBALL uponBASEBALLI uponBASI3BA
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August 19 19v 19By 19By
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American League LeagueChicago LeagueChicago LeagueChicago
Chicago 2 New York 4 4St 4StLouis 4St
St StLouis Louis 1 Philadelphia 0 0ClevelandWashington OClevelandWashington 0Cieveland4Vashington
ClevelandWashington postponed postponedrain
rain rainDetroitBoston
DetroitBoston postponed rain rainNational rainNational rainNational
National League LeagueBrooklyn LeagueBrookln LeagueBrooklyn
Brooklyn 3 Pittsburg 2 2Boston 2Boston 2Bostoh
Boston 5 Cincinnati 7 7New 7New 7New
New York 2 Chicago 8 8Philadelphia 8Philadelphia 8Philadelphia
Philadelphia 7 St Louis Lo ls 2 2Southern 2Southern 2Southern
Southern League LeagueAtlanta LeagueAtlanta LeagueAtlanta
Atlanta 3 Nashville 2 2Montgomery 2Iontgomery 2Montgomery
Montgomery 7 Birmingham 3 3At 3At 3At
At Chattanooga Little If ttl 0 Rock 8 8Shreveport 8Sbreveport SShreveport
Shreveport 3 first game gameLittle gameLittle gameLittle
Little Rock 2 Shreveport Sbn ei > ort 7 second secondgame secondgame secondgame
game seven innings inningsMemphis inningsIemphis InningsMemphis
Memphis 1 New Orleans 3 first firstgame firstgame firstgame
game gameMemphis gameUemphis gameMemphis
Memphis 2 New Orleans 1 second secondgame secondgame secondgame
game
South Atlantic Atl ntic League LeagueCharleston LC LeagueCharleston gue gueCharleston
Charleston 7 Jacksonville J 2 first firstgame firstgame firstgame
game gameCharleston gameCharleston gameCharleston
Charleston 1 Jacksonville 1 second sec second sectand ¬
ond game called on account ofL of ofdark ofdarkness dark darkness darkness ¬
ness nessColumbia nessColumbia
Columbia 3 Savannah 0 0Macon OIacon 0Macon I
Macon 5 Augusta 8
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the governments at St Petersburg Petersburgand Petersburgsand
sand and Tokio not to permit the confer conference conterence conference ¬
ence to fail of affirmative result It Itcan Itcan Itcan
can be said that there is ground for forhope forhope forhope
hope that it will not fail failBaron j
Baron Rosen the Russian ambassa ambassador ambassadOr ¬
dor to the United States and the second sec second second ¬
ond of the Russian envoys was with withthe withthe withthe
the president until a late hour this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon at Sagamore Hill He came cameat cameat cameat
at the Invitation of the president not notpierely notJl1erel notnerely
pierely to discuss the situation with withhim withhim withhim
him but to have presented by the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president a proposition which it is ishoped ishoped
hoped may settle the differences be between between ¬ I 1
tween the plenipotentiaries After the theconference theconference theconference
conference Baron Rosen left immedi immediately immedlately immediately ¬
ately for his summer home at Mag Magrolla Magnolia Magnolia
nolia Mass where he and M 1 Witte Wittethe Wittethe Wittethe
the principal Russian envoy expect expectto
to spend Sunday SundayNeither SundayNeither SundayNeither
Neither the president nor Baron BaronRosen BaronRosen BaronRosen
Rosen would discuss even in generalterms general generalterms generalterms
terms the details or result of their theirconference theirconference theirconference
conference conferenceThe
The ambassador will present the thepresidents th thpresidents thepresidents
presidents proposition to M r Witte to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night and It is likely like it will be trans transmitted transmitted transmitted ¬
mitted to Emperor Nicholas On its itsresult itsresult itsresult
result may ma depend the fate of the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace conferenceBefore conference conferenceBefore conferenceBerbre
Before the envoys meet Tuesday itmay It Itmay itmay
may be known with some definiteness definitenesswhether definitenesswhether definitenesswhether
whether there will bepeace be peace or con continued continued continued ¬
tinued war in the Far East BastThe Eastrhe EastThe
The president has been In commu communication commun communlcation ¬
nication n with the great national powers pow powers powers ¬
ers to enlist assistance in the final finaleffort final6ffort finaleffort
effort to secure an honorable peace peaceHe peaccHe peaceHe
He has communicated with King Ed Edward Edward Edward ¬
ward with Presitfent LoirLet ofFrance of ofFrance ofFrance
France and Germany Germ ny has been ap appealed apepealed appealed ¬
pealed to and Emperor William is s ex exerting exerting exerting ¬
erting his Influence for peace The Thepresident Thepresident I Ipresident
president has been working through throughMinister throughlinlster throughMinister
Minister Griscom at Tokio but in inwhat inwhat inwhat
what waY is not knownYBOR known knownYBOR j jYBOR
YBOR CITY OFFICIALS OFFICIALSCHARGED OFFICIALSCHARGED OFFICIALSCHARGED
CHARGED WITH BLACKMAIL BLACKMAILTampa BLACKMAILTampa BLACKMAILTampa
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Tampa Fla Aug 19 19Charges Charges of ofan ofan ofan
an elaborate system s stem of blackmail inl inlYbor In inThor a I IYbor
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Ybor City Clt are made it being b lng alleged allegedthat allegedthat allegedthat
that officials have ha havebeen e been levying tribute tributefrom tributefrom
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from rom the bolita or ort Cuban Cub n lottery lotteryshops lotteryRhops lotteryshops
shops On warrants alleging their theirconnection theirconnection theirconnection r
connection therewith N Madringa Madrlngaand MadringaI
Louis Callen constables were1 were1arrested I I I Iarrested
and nd Callenberg berg were werearrested
arrested and anI released rel a ed on 1000 bail baileach bailcacho baileach
each The warrants were sworn out outby ontby outby
by Deputy Sheriff Stephens It is issaid i isaid isairl
said that this Is only the th first step In Inexposing inexposing
exposing the system i
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THEY lIHI IEY ARE HUSTLERS HUSTLERSA c R RA t
A Want Ad searches the city for the persoo roi > < you y u want wantor
or the thin thing you need They The are chsaper chsa r than ca carfare carfarec > r ° lare lareaYasIu
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WILLIAMS WILL WILLAGAIN WILLAaAIN WILLAGAIN
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Emperors Gift Received Without WithoutSpecial WithoutSpecial WithoutSpecial
Special Demonstration on onPart onPart onPart
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By Associated Press PressSt PressSt PressSt
St Petersburg Aug 19 19The The Em Emperors Emperors Emnerors ¬
perors gift of popular representation representationwas
was received quietly and without spec special special speial ¬
ial demonstration d by the undemonst undemonstative a aUve atire
tire Russian people The newsoa newsoapers newSJapers newsaapers
pers which published the full text of ofthe ofthe
the manifesto and tables fixing tho thonumber thonumber thenumber
number of representatives had little littleroom littleroom littleroom
room for comment Aside from ex extremists txtremlsts extremists ¬
tremists among the radicals ant re reactionists r racUonists reactionists ¬
actionists public opinion was slow to tocrystalize tocr tocrystalize
crystalize cr stalize as the outlines of the new nevInstitutions neiinstitutions newinstitutions
Institutions are too broad and complex complexto
to be understood at the first survey surveyThe sune suneThe surveyThe
The principal comment is that the em emperor emperor emperor ¬
peror omitted Poles from the eleJtoal elector electoral ¬
al statement but explained that this thiswas thiwas thiswas <
was owing to differences In local or organization organization organization ¬
ganization on which the scheme oz ozsuffrage o o9Uffrage ofsuffrage
suffrage rests The scheme will be becelebrated hecelebrated e ecelebrated
celebrated In time to permit partici participation participatIon participation
pation by all parts of the empire In Inthe inthe inthe
the first election electionFell electionMNGA electionMNGRI
MNGA lE BARON BARONPAINfUllY BARONPAINFULLY
PAINfUllY PAINfUllYi PAINFULLYINJURED
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Fell From Frompairing File Case While Re Repairing Repairing ¬
pairing Wires In Western WesternUnion WesternUnion WesternUnion
Union Office OfficeManager OfficeIanager OfficeManager
Manager Len LeBaron of the West Western Western Westera ¬
ern Union Telegraph Company met metwith metwith netwith
with a very painful accident In an offlee of office cffice ¬
fice on Intendenclu street yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning y ymorning
morning and also had a very narrow narrowescape naroowescape narrowescape
escape from a more serious injury injurySome InjuiySome injmySome
Some of the wires running into the theoffice theloffice theoffice
loffice office were not working satisfactorily satisfactorilyand
and Mr LeBaron climbed upon a cab cabinet cabinet cabmet ¬
inet in order to reach them He was wasat wasat wasat
at work when he lost his balance and andfell andfell andfell
fell striking the edge of the cabinet cabinetwith cabinetwith cabinetwith
with his forehead and being rendered renderedunconscious renderedunconscious renderedunconscious
unconscious for a short time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The employees of the office quickly quicklyran qulcklran
ran to his assistance and within a few fewmoments fewmoments fewmoments
moments had summoned a physician physicianMr ph siclan
Mr 11 LeBaron was bleeding freely freel from fromthe fromthe fromhe
the wound upon the arrival of the phy physician phylclan physician ¬
sician < but had regained conscious consciousness ¬
ness nessThe The Injury was above the right eye eyeand eyeand eyeand
and it was necessary for f r the physician physicianto
to take four stitches inorder In order to close closethe closethe closethe
the wound woundAfterwards woundAfterwards woundAfterwards
Afterwards Mr 11 LeBaron with his hishead hishead hishead
head bandaged went to his home and andit
it Is expected he will be able to re resume resume resume ¬
sume his duties within a few days daysSTRIKE daysPOLAND daysPOLAND
POLAND fEARS fEARSSTRiKE ftRSI ftRSBy
STRIKE VIOLENCE VIOLENCEBv I
Bv B Associated Press PressWarsaw PreSsI PressWarsaw
Warsaw Aug ID 19Th The promulga promulgation ¬
tion today of a plan for the nationalassembly national nationalassembly nationsassembly
assembly whifch overlooks the rights rightsof
of Poles caused a bad impression impressionhere
here and a general strike is to begin beginMonday beginlomIa beginMonday
Monday lomIa It is feared it will be bemade bemadeI made madethe madei
the occasion for violence violenceBy violence1rr0
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By Associated Press PressPortland PreGsI
Portland Oro Aug 19 19Fire Fire to today tol1a today ¬
day l1a destroyed the State Room Inn Innone Innone Innone
one block from the exposition en entrance eni entrance ¬
trance Two men were b lrncd mod to todeath tod todeath
death d th The batfly charred > tl bodies ar arunidentified axe axei areuntdentlfied
unidentified Several s others of the thethirty thet4irtr thethirty
thirty occupants of the hotel hot l were in injured int ¬
t jured juredi
Alabamas Rigid Quarantine QuarantineMontgomery Quar4lntlncI
Montgomery Ala Alaf Aug 19 19State 19StateHealth State StateHealth tate tateHealth
Health Officer Sanders says that per persons persnns pertsuns ¬
sons from infected yellow ollow fever dis districts dlstricts distracts ¬
tricts in other states who want to tocome tocome tocome
come through Alabama going to toether toether toether
ether states will not W J l allowed al wed in laAlabama inAJabama inAlabama
Alabama until their seven days detention de detention detEntion ¬
tention are up even If theydo they do not notstop notstop notsop
stop within the borders of Alabama AlabamaI
I E
Charge of f Murdering Edwin C CDanshy CDansby CD
Danshy D to Be Taken Up UpNovember UpNovember U UNovember
November 16 16JACKSOIM 16JACKSON 16Decided
JACKSON COUNTY COUNTYDecided COUNtYDecided
Decided Upon as the Place For ForHolding ForHolding ForHolding
Holding the Trial TrialMOTION TrialMOTION TrialMOTION
MOTION FOR CHANGE OF VENUE VENUEMADE VENueMADE VENUEMADE
MADE BY DEFENSE ON GROUND GROUNDTHAT GROUNDTHAT GROUNDTHAT
THAT FAIR TRIAL COULD NOT NOTi NOTBE NOTBE NOTBE
i
BE SECURED HERE HEREJURY JURY GEN GENERALLY GENERALL GENERALLY
ERALLY Y CONDEMNED iFOR VER VERDICT VERDICT VERDICT
DICT DICTWilliam DICTWilliam DICTWilliam
William F Williams found guilty guiltyof
of the murder of John White and andcharged andcbarged andcharged
charged by the state of being guilty guiltyalso guiltyalso guiltyalso
also of the murder of Edwin C Dans Dansby Dansby Dansby
by is to again be tried The trial trialupon trialupon trialupon
upon this t Is occasion will be upon tho tholatter thoaUer tholatter
latter charge that of murdering Dans Dansby Dansbr Dansby
by and It will be heard in Jackson Jacksoncounty Jacksoncounty Jacksoncounty
county on November 16 This was wasdecided wasdecided wasdecided
decided upon last night by the court courtthe courttho courtthe
the change of venue being grantedupon granted grantedupon grantellupon
upon request of counsel for defense defenseto
tl to which the prosecution made no noobjection noobjection noobjection
objectionAlthough objectionAlthough objection objectionAlthough
Although court adjourned from tho thomorning thomorning themorning
morning session to 330 oclock It was
530 oclock before Williams was call called callcd called ¬
ed before the court to plead Olerk OlerkMcMillan OlerkMdlli1an ClerkMcMiPan
McMillan then read to him the Indict Indictment indictment Indictment ¬
ment of the grand jury in which ho howas bowas liewas
was charged with murdering Edwin EdwinC
C Dansby and at the conclusion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reading he was asked for his plea pleaCounsel pleaCunsel pleaCounsel
Counsel Interposed InterposedJudge InterposedJUdge InterposedJudge
Judge Reeves for the defense at atLhat atlhat atthat
Lhat moment stepped forward and interposed in interposed interposed ¬
terposed He would not allow the de defendant defendant defendant ¬
fendant to enter a plea either of guilty guiltyor
or not guilty but submitted to the thecourt theco thecourt
co court rt a document In place of the plea pleat pleaItw
It Itw t was as of considerable c length and ask asked aidecd asked ¬
ed that court set aside the Indictment IndictmentnpJu indictmentupdu indictmentaipJn
npJu the tb grounds that the tb defendant defendanthad efondanthad
had already been b < Jen tried for murderand murderandFound mUrder and andfmUlIl andfound
Found guilty that the crime commit committed committed ¬ 1 1ted
ted in killing of White was one and andthe andthe 1 1the
the same as the killing of L Efansby Efansbythat r1ansbthat ansby ansbythat
that the acts were indentical commit committed committed committed ¬
ted at the same time < J and were not notJlversc notdiverse notdiverse
diverse and different but both were wereis wereas wereas
as one oneStates oneStates oneStates
States Attorney Kehoe objected to tothe tothe tothe
the plea saying that It was not sworn swornto
to and could not be admitted for the thereason thereason thereason
reason that tho defendant had enter enter2d entered entered
ed neither a plea of guilty or not notzuilty notguilty notguilty
guilty
Plea Was Withdrawn WithdrawnAfter WithdrawnAfter WithdrawnAfter
After some delay Judge Reeves with with3rew wIthdrew i idrew
drew tho document and allowed the thedefendant thedefendant thedefendant
defendant to enter a plea It was wasthat wasthatof that thataf
of not guilty guiltyJudge guiltyJudge a aJudge
Judge Reeves then moved the court courtor courtfor courtfor
for or a change of venue In his motion motiontie
he stated that the defendant could not not5et notget t tget
get a fair and Impartial trial In Escambia Es Esambia Esambia
ambia county count and that It would ba bain baan bean
an Injustice to try him hereMade here hereMade hereMade
Made No Objection ObjectionStates ObjectionStat ObjectionStates
States Stat s Attorney Kehoe made no ob oblectlon objection objection
jection to the motion for a change of ofpeuuo orveuuo ofvenue
venue In fact he stated to the courtthat court courtthat courtthat
that if counsel believed defendant defendantjouid defendantcould k kcould
could not secure a fair f ir trial here he hewould hewoulc1interpose hewould
woulc1interpose would Interpose no objection but upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the other hand would consent to a achange achange achange
changeJudge changeJudge change changeJudge
Judge Carter then announced thatthe that thathe thatthe
the motion orlon would be granted the trialto trial trialo
to o occur at Marianna In Jackson JacksonBounty Jacksoncounty Jacksoncounty
county upon November 16th 16thWilliams 16thWilliams 16thVilllams
Williams was not sentenced sentencedJo1or for the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of murder upon which he had hadieen hadbeen hadbeen
been convicted but sentence was sue suspended SUIIpended suepended ¬
pended until such time as the other otherjharge otherchargp othercharge
charge against him had been disposed disposedjf
of He was taken to jail as soon as ashe asthe asthe
the he change of venue was announced announcedMany announcedMany announcedMany
Many Witnesses WitnessesMany WitnessesMany WitnessesMany
Many witnesses will go to Marian Marianna
na as all of those wh who were before beforehe beforethe
he court in the case just concluded concludedFill
wIll be subpoenaed and It is expected expectedthat
that there will be others othersHow othersHow othersHow
How the Jury Stood StoodIt
It is learned that the Jury before beforetvhich beforewhich beforewhich
which Williams was tried for the murder mur murior murdor
ior of John White WhltestoOtl stood four for a arerdict averdict l lyerdict
verdict of guilty without recommen recommenJation rec recommendation mmen mmendation
dation which meant hanging and andsight andoight andeight
sight for a verdict with a recommendation recommen recommenlation recommeuelation
elation of mercy mercyThe mercyThe mercyThe
The Case in Detail DetailThe DetatlThe DetailThe
The case of William F Williams Williamsharged WilUamscharged Williatnecharged
charged with tl tlfu murder of John JohnWhite JohnWhite JohnWhite
White was called in the Circuit Court CourtSaturday CourtSaturdo1 CourtSaturday
Saturday morning but no action wag waaaken wagtaken wastaken
taken relative therto It had been thegeneral th theneral the thegeneral
general general impression that the defendant defendantwould dc defendantwould endant endantwould
would be brought Into court for the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of having sentence passed passedapon passedupon passedupon
upon him but the state net having havingirrived havIngarrived havingarrived
arrived at a decision as to whether or ornot ornot ornot
not it would try tT the case against toe toeprisoner tbeprisoner theprisoner
prisoner for the > murder of o Edwia EdwiaDansby EdwiaDansbY EdwinDansby
Dansby the case was passed over un uniil untiI until
iil 315 3 15 oclock p pm m at which hourthe hour hourhe h mr mrthe
the he sheriff was ordered to bring tha thaprisoner thaprisoner theprisoner
prisoner Into court courtThere courtThern courtThere
There seemed during the morning morningContinued mornlncContinued
l lContinued
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