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THE WEATHER Fair and warmer Sunday Monday rain variable winds becoming fresh southeasterly l
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VOL IX NO6 PENSACOLA FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 7 1906 PRICE 5 CENTS
HOUSE DEBATED
DURING FIVE HOUR SESSION
NEW TARIFF BILL
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Three Speeches Delivered on Pro
Philippine Tariff Re
mica Measure
Mr em Part Particular Attention
K Tobacco
MANDELL OF WYOMING LEC
FIGHT AGA4WST THE BILL IN
INTEREST 0 > F BEET SUGAR IN
DUSTRY WHICH HE SAID
WOULD BEKILLED IF MEASURE
BECAME A LAW
By 4 eotafc d Press
ttcvfaajctoa J < < IIa a session
I
ci tic boar today the Hmme pkcerai
ITOJ a speech IH favor of the
Tiilppno Tariff Mil owe against the
11a dry ani a short talk favoring
tariff iftiekm apwraing to republican
d rand > of Maaaachmetts I
V HiI of OMmectiewt oocupieii
i IW hold and was listened to with i
< ers alert taterent In dhMUling the i
i > v Icl e he efe4 tram his two
is to the PhHipphioc last as a
tnttittr uf Secretary Tans party H >
p4 iwicuiai attention to the tobac
co four < ol the measure and ox
i su auav aradi nisatprehension
ir he onuods product tha
i zi I K > fsperted from the irfanus
T tenltwv was small he safes anti
fr iic land vas gtlll further limited
It MMidHl of Wyoming led the
l > h rsnat tht bat tm the fnierests
W < Gpr beet mdwstrj He was
WII tte polk of hel i 11 c the Fh
1u I tr Op1e b grerdsg OPll markets
is h Taitei ttaa
i r abolitk en or the tariff OH hides
rr Ijfaded for by Mr Lawrence of
il uh iaei1F
FORGER ARRESTED i
IN BIRMINGHAM
By Associated Press
Trminlaydtaat
nirmindtam Jan IA atax giving
1t ram of G M Bennett was arrest
t 4Ih charged with fbrghuc checks
I amount of 1W7 The checks
TI a jucat bowk a lMk In Rome I
rnd a hank to Ckattaatooga TenVt
hds Ner paled t ntricMu I
in PrniiegluuH Iwo beiMg Cnett
11 nnt for picltMM i
fiVE KILLED
BY EXPLOSIOM
By Asseciateii Press
ni a4 I Jan fFive tart were
+ iI1i kilted four others fatal
and M ra enotwiy Injure bj
XPIMKNI ofa ion of d 1Namlte at
taatrcf the Dok e aM Sfcep
mpan at Gar III AH the
rt arv foreimerc Tnc cause of
1 riosion is not known j
ISANE WOMAN
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AN INCENDIARY
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By AsMctated Press
x1 York Jan cA naked and in
tusn direct d b a man warm
rj 4t11 wearfsg an ovettxMt wits t
O < < 11 a ph ig a torch to the hail
a flf stop tit b u rt
4 n sl reel about daybreak to
The rttilltte Ir AM when
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rj hm the WOMAN was can
Sh had on one stocking AdI
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trering with cold The Mad
QUIET REIGNS ft
IN SAN I
I DOMINGO
By Associated Prsss
s > I > mnw Jan CThe Domini
t
° ngV ts today tNltfHMWri w I
t7Ps
T I 1ootIUllioesi Ilttees I
iloa the telwhifc t
n s rOM tree noMtlh Wad coal
C v ill II D miapitl ta vor We to tJte
f HIt >
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v nr > Mt od the entire contrv
n r Zstate nstntai eNtC1tiDMi
MERCHANTS REQUESTED TO
ADVERTISE MARD4 GRAS
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mcrehans and buetneef mea I
f bt riI are re uattftd to adrer
s V lardiQtts celebratkNi IMJ
1 r < H < the comiHfe fesUvideef
J x hr association reqtMete that
t lIltrdunt having MathMtory or
p nt J Lpes pnaied havo the f
lpeu dvert shag the cahat
< > n ihf Mane 4H of the lsa4 + 1
I Illn s eataMielMiMNte of dko
1 1 t clts of ibis beeriest rate weld j
lIqilW t cc same o nR dHer S r whoa 10
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SEARCHING EX r MINA TION
INTO STANDARD AFFAIRS
EMINENT PRIEST WILL
TALK TO NONCA TUOLICS
First of Series of Meetings atSt Josephs Church Will Be Held
ToNight Commencing at 745 oclock by Prominent
Passionist Missionary
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REV XAVIER SUTTON C P
The first of a series of free lec
tures to non tktthoics on doctrinal
land devotional subjects will begin
jut 745 oclsdk this evening in St
Josephs Catholic church by the Rev
Father Xavier SttUon C P whose sub
jest for The opening meeting will be
Why Protest wits are not Catholics
The rhirch choir will ing some suit
I able hymns at the opening of the ser
I ices and just before the lecture tfoe
I c reJltion will reader Nearer My
God to Thee slips with the hynm =
n < atd thereatt having been scattered
i throughout the church The slips
jrfso contain the words of Lead
i KtaHv Knight and Jesus Lover of
t X Soul which are to be sung later
h Ute week It is probafcte that Lead
Kindl Knlgtir will be gang by the
I congregation after Falter Buttons
address
I Father Sutloa is a moiriber of the
I Patsionfot Order > d has been en
gaged in ewdrctiUfc mtestotii In New
York X w Hampshire Vermont Dela
ware and other states fotcpeats He
it in emiiieu pulpit orator < and a re
Sued p ntlmnan In speaking of the
lectures he said j
The object of these feet u rep is to
p eaent Catholic Dogma in its true
light to eoneel the faise notions en
teVtaiited br our nonCatholic frieats
ceHteerniwj Catholic teaching io show
ti the church of Rome as she is in
reality to answer the false charges
narieagainst her by tier enemies and
by other who know NO better j
here are many jionCatholirs who
are desirous yea anxious to know
the truth for a cry for unity is heard
on Jill sides and a prayer for Divine
guidance and light goes up from thou
sands of earnest Christian souls
An opportunity will be given them
lo satisfy their longings ard to find
out whether or not the Catholic
church can give that peace and secur
ity which she promises to those who
are within her fold
The1 lectures are intended for
nonCatholics Nothing will be said
which will give offense or hurt the
sensibilities of any one Catholic ooc
trine will be explained in a clear and
concise manner so as to enlighten I
Without wounding the feelings of I
those who are not of the household
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of the faith
A feature of fhe lectures will be I
the question box Into it any one
may place a written statement of any j
doubt he may wish cleared up or of j
any explanation of Catholic doctrine
01 practice he may desire Each i
question will receive courteous atten
ton and be satisfactorily and fully i
answered as far as time will allow
List of Subjects j
Sunday hm 7Why Prot sstants
are not Catholics J
Monday Jan SPurgntor 1
Tuesday Jan Dbrrla and I
Divorce
Wednesday Jan lOCan Man s
Forgive Sins
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Thursuiav lanI lQIO Vadis I
Frldiy Jan 12ls There a Hell
Saturday Jan 1 3 Indulgences
Sunday Jan HVhy I am a I
Catholic j
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TRAIN WRECKED DURING E I
A TERRIFIC BLIZZARD
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE PASSENGER TRAIN IN COLLISION WITH
FREIGHT AND MANY ARE KILLED AND INJUREDTRAIN
PLUNGED DOWN STEEP EMBANKMENT
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By Associated Press
Ary Pa Jan 6 Pa k r train
railroad
1u 4 on the Philadelphia I Brie
road was wrecked toatfcht at Horn
Siding ten mites from this city Many
are reported killed and lat red The
PWtawHpfcfe Th b
tray wag bound to
Ant reports ar meafre Iwit stay the
tI toh A relief train
train is in the ttek
kits left here for t h ce e of the ac
eMent
that the pas
It was ported lt 4pr
WMWM with a
ttrtrtget tran TO lit
feigitt and taint tk8 ItaJut fire
BUlB of the jall lNfg4taand 1lre
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Htn of the freight train had been killI
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Ml ad ten or fifteen passengers hurt i
how seriously is not known
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TRAIN PLUNGED OVER i
STEEP EMBANKMENT
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j Corry Pa Jan GA brakeman i
from the wrecked train said the en
i tire train had been plunged over a
sleep embankment by the collision
and many killed and injured A ter
I rifle blizzard is raging and this was
probably the cause of tle acciderit
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I Missouris Attorney General After
Evidence of a Combination
to Control Trade
VicePresident Rogers Refused to
Answer Questions
THE QUESTIONS AND REFUSAL
TO ANSWER CERTIFIED TO SU
I V
PRCME COURT AND OIL MAG
NATE MAY BE PUNISHED FOR
CONTEMPT MAY BEe BARRED
FROM MISSOURI > t X
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By Asscciated press
4 New York Jan 6 Jt aveloped
from the questions aslced by Attorney
General Herbert S Hadiey of Mis
souri of Henry H Rogers h vicepresi
dent and director of the iSftandard Oil
Company of New Jersey that one of
Mr Hadleys chief purposes in con
ducting the examination of the offi
cers of that company in this city is
to find out whether that company
owns a controlling interest in the
Standard Oil Company of Indiana
the WaterstPierce Oil Company of
Missouri and the Republic Oil Com
I pany This Mr Hadley said tonight
he regards as a step in < the direction
Jof excluding the three j latter com
I panies from doing business in Mis
souri
To the most important questions
asked bj Mr Hadlty bearing directly
on the questions of stqfcjk ownership
Mr Rogers declined to give any an
swer on the advice of cOHMisel and
Mtb Hfttlley requested < Commissioner
FI ed rick H San bOll1 to certify the
questions and Mr Rcgerss refivstit to
the supreme court of this state for de
t termination tfs to wlmher or oLj6Mr
I TlSjcers must answer i bfe hi j atfeid
jj contempt
M r Rogers declined to reply to
questions as to whether he controls
any stock of the WatersPierce GOJJ
whether Mr Van Buren of NewYork
holds a controlling interest in that
company for the Standard Oil Com I
pany of New Jersey whether the i
New Jersey Company controls the
Standard aliI Co of Indiana or the
WatersPierce Company and whether
twothirds of the dividends of the Wa
tersPierce Company are not paid to i
H M T Ford who Mr Rogers said I
has an ofllc at 2G Broadway I I
REV W J HAHN IS I
STILL liNGERiNG
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Special to The Journal
Rev W J Hahn is still lingering
His vitality Ks holding out better than
expected The brain pressure was
slightly relieved but he seems tobe
growing weaker He is making a su
preme effort against the Grim Destroyer i
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troyer ana wo are hoping against hope
Players of the community and church
are with this beloved family for the
recovery of their pastor who is soI
dear to thorn all I
His son K B Hahn arrived this f
morning from Kansas City He found
his father conscious and able to rec I
ognize him Mrs Lease of Boone
cwa will he her on the afternoon
train and Mrs E C Borky of Salida i
Colorado will reach here Monday
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HIT BY TRAIN AND i
INSTANTLY KILLED
By Associated Press
Scranton Pa Jan GW T Roe
a Lynchburg Va tiDefine represciti
tative of the Modern Woodmen of I
America was struck by a train on the
Central Railroad of New Jersey at
i Moosic Station near here and instant i
ly killed today I
MIDDY DECATUR j
IS NOT GUILTY
By Associated Press
Annapolis Jan IiIt was officially
ftunouncea1 today that Midshipman
Stephen Decatur had been found not
guiky of the charge of hazing and
has been released frost arrest and
re tor ll to his dutis at the naval
sfademj
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PARDON FOR THE
ALBERS BROTHERS E
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By Associated Press
Washington Jan GThe state de
partment las received a cablegram
from Nicaragua announcing that the
Albers brothers who have been in
prison there have been pardoned by
the Nicaraguan governmsnt t
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TIMBER MARKET
AT PORT OF PENSACOLA q
MAKES NEW RECORD
STATES ATTORNEY
NOW RESIDES HERE
Hon J Walter Kehoe Changes His Residence from Marianna to
This City Where He Will Live in the 1
Future
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HON J WALTER KEHOE
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Pensaoolians will be pleased as
weH as surprised to loam hat Hon
U Walter Kehoe the efficient states
attorney for the First Judicial district
is now a citizen of Pensacola and
henceforth will residc here
Mr Kstooe and his estimable fam
ily arrived here during last week
leasing the residence at No 211 West
Cervantes street into which they
have moved
Mr Kehoe has been a resident of
Marianna for many years ann is well
known througnout the state as one
of the ablest prosecuting attorneys
that ever served the state During
his service in this office he has re
sided at Marianna but owing to the
large amount of business that IIS
transacted at Pensacola which de
l all S his attention he decided thai
it would be best that he move to this
city where he can keep in closer
touch with the affairs concerning his
position
Mr Kehoes career as a criminal
lawyer is one of which anx person
might feel proud ana the fact that he
hasbeen chosen to fill the high posi
ton which life now holds proves con
clusively that his worth ks realized
by the citizens of the circuit who by
their votes placed him in that posi
tion
tionP
iPensacolians will welcome the
states attorney and his family to the
city
RevengefulCrew Scuttled I
Norwegian Ship at Sapelo
By Associated Press
Savannah Ga Jan Revengeful
nt being put in irons by the captain of i
the Norwegian ship Recent lying at
F apelo sevsral members of the crew I
after being liberated scuttled the I
craft by boring holes in her bottom j
then deserted
r The authorities here are searching
for them as they are known to have
i come here after leaving the ship
The owners have arranged to raise
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the ship off the mud bank where she
lies and have instructed that no ex
pense be spared in tracing the male
factors
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Important Changes in the
JL O
Departments of the Army
By Associated Press
Washing Jan ttOrders were
prepared at ho war department today
relieving General Corbin of command
of file Philippines on February 1 tq
be replace by General Leonard Wood
also assigning General John F Wes
ton now commanding the Northern
Department to command of the De
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partment of Luzon Philippines Onj
t the same tate General Williams com
manding the department of Columbia
will be ordered to the Philippines to
command the Department of the Visa
yas General Corbin Will be assigned
to the Department of the North with i
headquarters at St Louis succeeding I
General Western
m 1
Three Burned to Death in
St Louis Boarding House
By As ociated Press
St Louis Jan 6Fhree women
were barns to death and another in
jured in a fir at the boarding house i
No 1611 MISKwri avenue today The i
building cauunt fire from the furnancej
The del are Miss Pauline Her
man Miss Juit Red daughter of iI
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Exposition Appropriation
Richmond Va Jan GTh sum of i
150000 appropriated by the State
for the Jam town Exposition was toi
day turn Ever to the ejopoeition j
company some time ago 50000 wa l
l aid and todays payment completes J
the total appropriation of 200000 P
Proprietor and Mrs Pulvtrmacher
f
Mrs Hilder aged seventy who was
I sick jumped from a third story win
i dow breaking her leg
I Miss Keod lost her life trying to
i ave the cth ° rs °
I The trtree dead bodies were found
in the bath room
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Major Petty Dead I
Raleigh N C Jan GMajor WH
Ham C Petty owner and manager of I
the Carthage Railroad extending from I
Cameron on vt he Seaboard to Hairk un
lit Moore county tried ak his horns in
Carthage yesterday of Brightst I tlis
eae aged fiftynine years l
e
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For the First Time in History the
Price Has Been Over
25 Cents
Some Sales During Week Were
Close to 27 Cents
ONLY SMALL QUANTITY WAS ON
THE MARKET OWING TO LULL OF
HOLIDAY SEASON FOREIGN 4
MARKETS ARE RISING STEADI
LY DROP EXPECTED IN FEW
WEEKS
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While Penaaoofe has Den the earls
ins timber market on the gulf toned
for many roars and the point from
which the largest amount of timber H
shipped to foreign countries last crest
was the first time that the price of tk
material vent above 2 I cents per fpCtt
Sales made during the week oa JtIr
tyfoot averages were mostly at 2 1 si
cents although in a few instance it i
went above this figure comi g ekw
to 27 cants Averages of hem than
thirty feet sold for 22 alitl 29 cent I
which is coufeiiierel an exceptionally
high price
One of the oldest men In point el it
service in the timber bualiieaa hf pIt
I speaking of the conditions now pre Lj
vailing stated yesterday that although
he had served for 01 thirty years
in the business that it was tae first
time in hik experience that he haul
sold timber or handle it with tM
price above 2i cents Others who fl
have been in the bu int ss for Jets 1
nmd tin JUDe statement
It is understood thai during tk past
welt tileavtralge price of 9w 1t 1 J
bar was 28 rents but Ony aJKMit situ
ffiousaiul sticks were rofcfV The
ket is firm but on account of tW bill r
day season lobe shipments to PrnsMO
la were not large 1t
While there are large shipments go
ing out from Pnnacola each week tIN a
markets in foreign countries are DOC
sufficiently hgh to justify fthlpp ra
paving the present local prices anti
expenses of transporting aal a drop
In the market is expected to occur c
within a few weeks according tq fkoa
who are mated on the timber market i
It is stand however that the forebjn
market is firm and prices are raJsteg
each day and better renditions are ex t
pected to prevail in a few weeks
RACE SEPARATION r I
LAW IS VALID
ay Associated Press
Topeka Jan iTbe State Supreme
Court today declared valid the law
passed by tht legislature proridift for w
separate schools for whip and negro
pupils at KmsHK City Thin rieetoiott
paves the wa > for the enartiuent of a a
In < separating white and ne roei in
all schools ol the state it
HTZIMMONS AND
WIFE RECONCILED
By Associated Press
Sioux Kii S D Jan IIt was
announced KMHV that a reronctliatteti
had seen effected between Bob T1b f
sittimons and his wife And that Ai1ea
Fitzsimmons would abandon Her e
if
tion for divorce it is expected UMC
both will leave tomorrow evening for I
New York
SMITH Sw SON
LEASE BOOM
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SECURE PROPERTY JUST WEST
OF THE COMMANDANCIA I
WHARF TO STORE
Y
TIMBER i
fbeblg timber boom fbrmtrdy
I known AtJ the Wtttteh boom J t
west pf the COIIUIIaJMtattda owlet
i wharf has been leased by O H S
1 It Son timber broker and in fufwra
i Yonl be used by that firm in discharging r
ing timber that ts shipped to the r y
over the Louisville ana Xasbville
I On account of unsatisfactory roar t
riitteng exi tfnir at MnaeoKee wJaUf ti
and the lack of water there tits ftno
i decWed to entr nego iatioNS with i
I the L I N for the lease of tiM apes
1 cPiitraily kx ctl place and auet ld
cd in elosim tha deaf
Improvements have already otOm
menced at the place the railroad MM
eitg engaged in patting ht spadtfl 4i
fiHde6 aiongsidv of tIN track for thtt
eccorumotlatioa of the lesSeI
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