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W tai June 5S tA A Joint jobItreso jobItresou jai t reo reof
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Et tanift algae et the railroad ranro rate ratejV rateUf rateii
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hnjton June Ju 39 STlte The senatemost senate senatea ate
1 < a 1 most mo t of Its time tooday o ar 1 to toice toa4 0 0i
a4 i r t ice reports of the railroad aUR a rie rieuro r 1 1j
j p lIr Ire food bills and meat t iespec mSIteCjuoi laspecp
01 p j juoi > 10 vision oa of the a aadaalturnl aadaalturnla1 ricuttural ricutturala1 l la
a1 a l of whk which k were adopted adopt d The Thenfipt TIlelipa Theneipa
nfipt controversj lOD over the t e rate ratewas ratewas
1 was when Senators Bailey andr and andir UCIlian
ir lian r an had a heated colloquy oolkMt on rail rdla railiawyers
1 lawyers a yen There was also muh muhruskm muhr It Itl1iOSion
ruskm r iusion of the meat inspection proa pro proA NO NOn
> n A number of senators se aton atonj ex exed racs
° s ed > j themselves th Is as only old willing m to tort tot
rt t the house provision because PC1Use it itattached ItItttached ita
a attached to an appropriation appropr adoa bil bila bl l ld lj
a j a daQodt dcaa ock wouM cause failure failurethe failttree failurehe
the e supply bill billR 1 iU iUR
R R R SATE BA TE AINtD PURE PWBEFOOD PUREFOOD PilEbEFOOD
FOOD BUJLS PASSED PASSEDW PASSEDWuh1I1 PASSEDWashington
Washington Wuh1I1 W hingtoa o June Jva 2 tTH The senate >
2 1 house hare both l accepted the theermce th thnCe ther >
r ermce er > nCe report port on the agricultural agricufturalr agriculturalopriation ltural lturalWU
opriation r bill the senate e ate accept acceptc acceptthe
c the house bou provision for neat eat in IHchn h hc
1 c iion ian which passes p eIi the bill It The Thefood Ther ihefood
r food bill was M also aJONtS8ed passed by the ther t tpLnce thepance
r pance by the house h Je and senate senateV se t tnf
r V conference nf 1toCe report There Tltele1i wan waaoa wanjscu
1i jscu U98101l ioa oa it by 1t ether body bodyEXPLANATION kd kdEXPLANATION bodyBY
EXPLANATION EXPLANATIONBY
BY SALVADOR SALVADORENVOYS
ENVOYS WILL STATE POSITION POSITIONOF
OF THAT T COUNTRY WITH WITHREFERENCE WtTHREPERENCE WITHREFERENCE
REFERENCE TO GUATE GUATEMALA GUATEMAUA GUATET ¬
MALA MALABy MAUABy T ALt ALtBy
By Associated Press PressWashington Pressula PressWaghtngtea
Washington ula Jn Je e IB8C8M St Because of ofi of08tle ofcwtle
i 08tle oat He relations between Seivater Seivaterna
mo na Guatemala Guatem a President Becatan of ofcalvador ofalndor ofSalvador
Salvador has decided to seas sea envoys envoysMexico eBvoyst envoysMexico
Mexico t > xlco aad the United States to toixplam totxplain toxpiain
ixplam that Salvador has not beeneneouragtng been beenI Deentnrouragtng
I encouraging the movement against againstPresident aglllDstPre againstPresident
President Pre ident Cabrera of 0 Guatemala GuatemalaBANQUET GuatemaaBANQUET GuatemalaBANQUET
BANQUET IN HONOR HONOROF
OF LONGWORTHS LONGWORTHSBy LONG WORTITIS WORTITISBy
By Associated Press Pressl PressLondon PressLondon
l London ondon Jane 2f HTlte The Society ofAmt of ofI ofmfi
I Ann mfi ran Rhea gave a htacfeeoa Nao eoa to toATI to1m toAm
ATI assador a and Mrs rs Reid and Mr Mrn
n Mrs Irs Longworta at Hotel Cecil CecilThe Cecilha Cecila
ha > a The large arge baaq naaqvettg eUag hall hallflld baltR hallva
va R = flld fi l with American women wom a the thes Utera
ra ac s 5 including people promiaect in inal inC
C ° aal < al and military life lifePEASANTS UfePEASANTS lifePEASANTS
PEASANTS ARE AREANNEXING ARtANNEXING ARLANNIXING
ANNEXING LAND LANDBy
By Associated Press PressniNovogorod PressN
1 N hni niNovogorod Aov ord June 88 SiT The Theants Thepeaants e epea
pea peaants ants of this province are not B t oaty oatyvng oa11n oa oaant
ant n xng land ef c the t e gantry ffi eatrv HIt act arong actt
t tdkrig kng ng portions or C the ten ia sd of writto writtoflo
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Beautiful English Woman Womanavorite Utomal11Havorite oma11 I In
n Favorite of the King
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jWlfE WIFE OF COMMANDER COMMANDERA NOU NOUlE Of OfL
L lE I A R KILLED I l BY B ACCIDENT A CI NT
Mrs S James Tanner Victim of an Automobile Auto Automobile Auto11lobile ¬
mobile Wreck on Narrow Road Roadin
in Helena Mont
ByAssociated By Associated Pressttl Press PressHelena Pressilei8nll
ttl Helena lena Moat Jane 29 t Mrs Irs Jas JasTtwn JaslUJHII JasP
P Ttwn aaner wife of the Commanderin Commanderinchief l lcRief
chief of the G A R wag killed in an anauto anauto anauto
auto accident here this afternoon afternoonMr
Mr r and nd Mrs lanl1 Tanner r arrived on a atrip atrlp atrip
trip of inspection accompanea by bythe b bthe bythe
the wife of Governor Toole and Gen
NAVAL REVIEWAT REVIEW REV1EJTAMPA
AT TAMPA TAMPAIN1 TAMPAIN
IN1 IN1House IN 1808
House use Asks President to tocolon Take TakeAction TakeAction
Action colon Relative to Panama PanamaCanal PanamaCanal PanamaCanal
Canal Exposition ExpositionBy
By Associated Press PressWashington PressTashln PressVVashington
Washington Tashln O June 29 tTo To commem commemorate commemGrate commemorate ¬
orate the tltebeglnnlng beginning of work on the thePanama theaDma thePanama
Panama aDma canal Tampa FIll proposes proposestc s stc
tc hold od an exposkToa exposk oa in 190S 1908 The TheHouse TheHo TheHouse
House Ho se today toda passed a resolution re requesting reoq requesting ¬
questing q Sttul the president to t hold a na naval llhyai naval ¬
val review in Tampa Bay Ba some time timeduring Unwdulng timeduring
during the exposition and to make makesuch makesuch I IHch
such display of t the e army ar as he headvisable semis semisadvisable qemaadvisable
advisable advisableLAST advisableLAST advisableLAST
LAST HIAIPiD HA D DAYS DAYSWORK DAYSWORK JAYSWORK
WORK OF CONGRESS CONGRESSWashington CONGRESSWashington CONGRESSWashington
Washington Jane 38 29The The House Househad Housebad Housebad
bad in mind We are going home to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow when it assembled for the thelast t thelast e e18st
last hard days work Conference Qpnferenoeports re reports reports ¬
ports were considered COD sIdwed throughout throughoutthe
the day daySUNDRY daySUNORY daySUNDRY
SUNDRY O1VPL BILL BILLPASSED BI BILLPASSED > IL ILPASS8D
PASSED BY HOUSE HOUSEWashington HOUSEWashington HOUSEWashington
Washington June 29 2The The House Housetonight Honsetonight Housetonight
tonight adopted the conference re report rerort reTort ¬
port oiKthe o e sundry oivM bill which whichpasses whirhSees whii h hpasses
passes Sees the measure m ure The Jamestown Jamestownexposition Jamestownexposition Jamestownexposition
exposition appropriation stays sta s In th3 th3bill t tbill th thbill
bill Three millions for the building buildingof
of 0 the departments of state justice justicecommerce justicecomm8tce justicecommerce
commerce and labor were stricken strickenoat
oat ° The House also passed ed a bill to tosimplify tostmpUb tosimplify
simplify the collection of revenuesLane revenues revenuesLane revenuesLane
Lane Confirmed ConfirmedWashington ConffrmedWashingt ConfirmedWashington
Washington Juna JUR 2QFranklin 2QFranklinLane 38 Franklin FrankUnane FranklinIJane
Lane ane of California wet was today con confirmed confirmed < on onfirmed ¬
firmed as interstate commerce com commissioner commissioner commissioner ¬
missioner
oral Wilson in an automobile going goingat
at a good rate The chauffeur attempted at attempted attempted ¬
tempted to pass a wagon on a narrow narrowroad narrowroad narrowroad
road and the machine ran off the theedge theedge theedge
edge and turned over ov r throwing the tbeoccupants theoccupants
1 occupants out The other occupants occupantsfell
fell on Mrs Tanner who aled just justas
as she reached a hospital The others otherswere otherswere otherswere
were not seriously injured
READY TO lEAVE lEAVEFDA LEAVEFOR
FDA OYSTER OYSTERBAY OYSTERBAY
BAY BAYL BAYPresident BAYPresident L
President May leave Washington Washingtonfor
for or His is Summer Home HomeTonight HorneTonight HomeTonight
Tonight TonightBy
By Associated Asso iated Press PressWashington PressVashlngton PressWashington
Washington June 29 29If If congress congresscompletes congresscompletes congresscompletes
completes its work tonight or tomor tomorlow tomorl tomorllOW tomortow
low it is provable the president will willleave witlleave willleave
leave Washington for Oyster Bay at atmidnight ati atimidnight atmidnight
midnight tomorrow It will be impossible impos impossible impossIble ¬
sible if adjournment aQ ournment be reached late latetomorrow 1ltel 1lteltomorrow latetomorrow
tomorrow for the president to leave leavebefore leaveibefore leavebefore
before Sunday midnight or Monday MondayAt IondarAt
At a cabinet meeting today toda all allmembers a11memberS allmembers
members were present except Secre Secretaries SecreI SecreItaries Secretarles ¬
taries Metcalf and Bonaparte The Themeeting Thmeeting Themeeting
meeting was short only Postmaster PastmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneral i iGeneral
General Cortelyou remaining for con consultation consutuation i I iI isultaUon
sultation regarding matters of his de department department ¬
partment
I I II
Vetoes Indian Bill BillWashington BillWashington BillWashington
Washington June Jun 29 29Presldent 29PresldentRoosevelt 29PresidentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt today toda vetoed the T bill > iH proidlng pro providing providing ¬
viding for an annual prorata distribu distribution distribution distribution ¬
tion of annuities of the Sac and Fox FoxIndians FoxIndians FoxIndians
Indians of Mississippi between two twobranches twobranches twobranches
branches of the tribe The interior interiordepartment interiorepartment interiordepartment
department officially opposed the item itembecause Itembecause itembecause
because the Iowa Indians had not notgone notgone notgone
gone before the court of claims and andestablished andestabUshed andestablished
established their right to the th money moneyThe rooneyThe moneyThe
The president has orderetf ac actigation Inles Inlestlgation Imestigation
tigation tigationNEW tlgationNEW tigationNEW
NEW SPANISH MINISTER MINISTEROF
OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AFFAIRSBy
By Associated Press PressMadrid PressMadrid PressitiIadrid
Madrid June 29 29Perez Perez erez Cafoellero Cafoellerolias Cal ellero ellerohas
has been appointed minister of for foreign foreign forelgn ¬
eign affairs to succeed the late Duke Dukeof Dukeof
of Almodovar
a I
TWO PROMINEINT PROMINEINfMEN MENMORTALLY MEN MENMORTALLY t tMORTALlLY
MORTALLY WiQUNiDED WiQUNiDEDIiN W OU IDED IDEDIN
IN A STREET STi EE1 DUEL DUELBy DUELBy o oBy
By Associated Assaclatet4Press Assaclatet4Presslit Press PressRaleigh
54 Raleigh N C CJune June 29 29A 29A 29A +
A special from Columbia S C Cosays Csays Csays
says word has been b been received receivedthere receivedthere receivedthere
there from Orageburg that W WA WA
A Clark auditor of the state statedispensary statedispensary statedispensary 1
dispensary and R H Covar Covarfc Covarbusiness 7 7buslness
fc business manager of theOrangeburg the theT theOrangeburg
T Orangeburg Patriot were mor mortally q qn H HtaHy
n tally wounded there today in a astreet astreet astreet
street duel Both men were wereT wereshot wereshot
T shot through the body The Theaffair TheatIalr Theaffair
affair resulted from a dispute disputeover
over business matters mattersGulf mattersiX mattersAFTER
iX r t tAfTER
AfTER NEGflllES NEGflllESTU
TU UR BREAK KTHE KTHESTRIKE THE THESTRIKE
STRIKE STRIKEGulf
Gulf u Transit ComganyHas Comany Coma Has Sent Sentilabama Sentto
to t Alabama a ama AfterMei AfterMeiWork Afte r M en n toWork to toFailing tow
Work or on Wharves Wharvesto artier artierFailing w
I Ithe
Failing FaIllD to reach an a agreement r emeDt with withthe withthe
the hundreds hundredsof of laborers who hQ are on ona ona ona
a strike for 200 per day the Gulf GulfTransit GulfTransit GulfTransit
Transit Company Com1 > an is endeavoring en to se secure secure secure ¬
cure men to break the t1i strke and it itis itis itis
is thought that a large n niinrber mber will be bebrought bebrought bebrought
brought to the city today and nq immetifate1y imme immediately i m mci ¬
diately ci ateh commence work oh on the thewharves thewltnres thewharves
wharves taking the places of the thestrikers theI
I strikers in loading the vessels that thatare thatnre thatare
are now idle idleThere idleThere idleThere
There were no developments in the thestrike thestr thestrike
strike str ke situation on the thewhares wharves yes yesterday j yesterday es esterdar ¬
terday The men steadfastly ste df sUy refused refusedto
to return to work formless than 200 200per 200Jer 200per
per Jer day and this thi the theho to company 1 pany > any refus refused refuseed refused ¬
ed to pay pa Yesterday Y sterdayjnqnlng paqrning about abouttwenty aoouttwenty abouttwenty
twenty men were secured se r d about thecity thecltj the thecity
city andwent and went to worJctrucking worK ucklng cotton cottonfrom cottonfrom cottonfrom
from the warehouse td the steamers steamersand st amers amersand
and this enabled the th cotton screw screwmen screwmen screwmen
men who had been compelled to quit quitwork quitwork quitwork
work the day previous fo o take up uptheir uptheir uptheir
their employment again a ln All of the thecotton thecotton thecotton
cotton > sorewnan soreVmQIln9c nacMlrirj nec ice arojiowworking are arojiow rrnowworking pots potsworking
working and ndit it is isstaled issta stajed ed that ample amplemen
men to truck the cotton are working workingThe workingThe workingThe
The ships idle are those that are aretaking areta aretaking
taking ta lng phosphate and cargoes of this thischaracter thischaracter thischaracter
character but if the negroes are se secured secured secured ¬
cured as the company wishes they theywill theywi1l theywill
will commence leading l at once Ef Efforts Efforts Efforts ¬
forts have been made to secure men menin menin menin
in New Orleans and Mobile as well as asother aSI aSIother asIother
other cities but at present labor is isvery isvery I
very scarce and none could be se sectired secured secured
cured especially espe ial1y when it became becameknown becameknown becameknown
known that it was to become mixed up upin upin upin
in a strike strikeThe strikeThe strikeThe
The crew of the bark Gesine is un unloading unloadng unloading ¬
loading the cargo of 6000 barrels of ofcement ofcement ofcement
cement of that vessel vesselWELLMANS vesselWELLMANS vesselwILLMAN
WELLMANS wILLMAN PLANS PLANSARE PLANSARE piiANs piiANsI
ARE AR UNCHANGED UNCHANGEDEXPLOIRER
I
EXPLORER AND PARTY P RTY WILL WILLSTiART WILLSART WILLSTART
START CiN AERIAL POLAR POLARTRIP PiOLARTRIPI POLARTRIP
TRIP IN AUGUST AUGUSTBy
By Associated Press PressTromsoe PressTromsoe PressTromsoe
Tromsoe Norway June 29 29Waltcr 29WaltcrVelhtlUn Walter WalterWeliman WalterWellman
Weliman leader oi tae Chicago Rec RecordHerald Recj RecjordHeTJld RecordHerald ¬
ordHerald Arctic expedition arrived arrivedh 3rrjv d I IhOTe
h hOTe ° re today The party goes to Spit Spitzbergen Spitbergen Spillbergen
bergen next week WePman says hisplans his hisplans hisplans
plans are unchanged and he expects expcctsmiks expectsf
f > miks m ikrI the aerIal voyage to tho thopole thopole th3pole
pole in August AugustSTEEL AugusLSlEEI AugustSTEEL
STEEL WORKERS TO TOSTRIKE TOSTRIKE TOBy
STRIKE JULY I IBy IBy
J
By Associated Press PressLancaster PressLancaster PressLancaster
Lancaster Pa June 29 29A A strike strikehas strikehas strikehas
has been ordered July 1 in all iron ironmills ironroms ironmills
mills east of the Alleghenys for higher higherwages higherwages higherwages
wages by the Association of Iron and andSteel andSteel andSteel
Steel workers workersCZAR workersCZAR
CZAR LECTURES LECTURESRUSSIAN lECTURESRUSSIAN I1CTURISRUSSIAN r
RUSSIAN TROOPS TROOPSBy
By Associated Press PressSt PressSt
St Petersburg June 29 29Emperor 29EmperorNicholas 29EmperorNicholas Emperor EmperorNicholas
Nicholas summoned the Predbrajensky Preobrajenskyregiment Predbrajenskyre6iment Predbrajenskyreiment
regiment before the palace at Peter Peterhot Peterhor Peterhof
hot today toda y and in a sarcastic address addressexpressed address1 address1expressed
expressed regret at ther disloyalty In Indeclaring inl inldeclaring fardeclaring 1
declaring sympathy with the radicals radicalsprogram radical j jprogram Iprogram
program of parliament He said he hewould hel hewould
would never wear the uniform of the theregiment theregiment theregiment
regiment again againNOTE againNOl againNOUCIVIC
NOTE NOl NOUCIVIC NOUCIVICBy E CIVIC CIVICFEDERATION CIVICfEDERA
FEDERATION FEDERATIONBy fEDERA TION TIONBy
By Associated Press PressNew PressNew PressNew
New York June 29 29Tbomas Thomas F FParker FParker FParker
Parker of Greenville S C was today todayelected todayelected todayelected
elected one of f the national vice Ice chair chairmen chairmen chairmen ¬
men of the Immigration department of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the National Civic Federation Frank Franklin FrankUn Franklin ¬
lin McVeagh of Chicago was elected electedchairman electedchaiI7Dan electedchairman
chairman
THAW IIUAWPtEADSNOT PLEADS NOT OT GUILTY GUILTYTO GUILTYTOTUECU4RGE GUILTYTOTUCI1ARG01
TOTUECU4RGE TO THE E CHARGE OF MURDER MURDERCounsel MURDERf MURDERCounsel
f
Counsel unsel Secures Leave to Withdraw Plea PleaIf PleaIfDesi PleaDesired
If IfDesi Desired d Case Hill W ill Probably Not 1NotB NotBe NotBe
Be B Tried BeforeOctober Before October
By Associated Press PressNew I INew I
New + York June Jun 2 Harry H rry Thawtoday Thaw Thawtoday Thawtoday
today pleaded 1 > le ded nt guilty of the xnurl xnurlder
j
der of Stanford i YKhite ite it when arraigned ar arralgned
ralgned in the court of general seasions sea sesislons sea seasions
sions His counsel with leave of the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court immediately Imme Iately interposed anamendment anj anjamendment an anamendment
amendment to the plea asking per permission permission permission ¬
mission to withdarw the pea at any anytime anytlm20 anytime
time up to next Tuesday This was wasgranted wasgranted I Igranted
granted and the prisoner returned to tothe tothe tothe
the tombs tombsThaws tombsThaws tombsThaws
Thaws lawyers today found a witness wit witness witness ¬
ness whose name was not revealed revealedbut
but whose testimony it is believed I
I N 1 tt E R ES 11 TING TINGIERE NG NGWEHE
WEHE THE THERAGES THERACES1
RAGESLarge RAGES RACES1Large
Large Crowd at Kupfrians Park ParkSaw ParkSaw rk rkSaw
Saw the Five Events EventsYesterjlay EventsYestetday ventsester
Yesterjlay YesterjlayThe ester a aThe
The first of the weekly driving drivingraces drivingraces drivingraces
races occurred at Kupfrians Park Parkyesterday Parkesterdar Parkyesterday
yesterday afternoon and a much muchlarger muchlarger muchlarger
larger crowd was present than ex axtecte exfectea1 o1Xrecte
fectea1 showing the interest that is ismanifested ismanifested ismanifested
manifested In the thespoit sport in PensacolaThe Pensacola PensacolaThe
The four driving races ra es were purely purelyfor
for sport and in each instance the tneowner theowner theowner
owner drove his own entry Hand Handsome Handoome Handsome ¬
some cups were presented the winners winners win winners ¬
ners of each evenlT evenlTThe evenETh even evenTh
The Th time made Ii was as very good con considering congId conslde ¬
sidering gId slde rlhg ng the t1ie1riok ar Iraok ok and the theljP P9 P9marveled pqcioiggs pqcioiggsmarveled T TmarVeled
marveled at the speed of some of the thehorses thehorses thehorses
horses entered enteredThe enteredThe enteredThe
The first was a trotting race be between between between ¬
tween the entries of Dr Mallory ral1or Ken Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy ¬
nedy Capt T E Welles and Geo W WClutter WClutter V VClutter
Clutter and each of the gentlemen gentlemenpilotedhis gentlemenpiloted gentlemenpiloted
pilotedhis piloted his own hose around the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track Dr Kennedy came in ahead aheadwith aheadwith aheadwith
with Captain Welles a close secontf secontfand s seconinand coni coniand
and the former was presented a cup cupThe cupThe cupThe
The time was 121 121The 1 121The 21 21The
The second race was between betweenSweetheart betweenSweetheart betweenSweetheart
Sweetheart owned by N Goldring Goldringand
and the entry of John Brown In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this race Mr 11 Brown lost control of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his horse after the second heat and andit
it went around the track several severaltimes severaltimes severaltimes
times before it could be controlled controlledAir
Air lr Goldring was easily the winner winnerin
in the time of 121 121Capt 121Capt 121Capt
Capt T E Welles and Ernest Egle Eglehoff Eglehoff Eglehofi
hoff were the only ones to enter enterhorses enterhorses enterhorses
horses in the third race and the theformer theformer theformer
former was declared the winner in
135 135The The fourth was between the entries entriesof
of John Engstrom Capt T E Welles Wellesand Wellesand VeUesmd
and Mr Lambert and the former won wonmaking WOIlmaking wonmaking
making it in 135 135The 1 136The 35 35The
The last race was for a large purse purseana1 purstann purseana
ann + was separate from the other otiierraces otherraces oUIerraces
races It was between One Spot Spotowned Spotowned Spotowned
owned by Sam Clifford and Sarah C CBelle CBene CBelle
Belle entered by Willie Connors ConnorsThis Connorsrhis ConnorsThis
This was for theJbest the Test three out of offive offive offive
five heats and Sarah Belle won easi easily easily easIb ¬
ly and could have made much better bettertime bettertime bettertime
time than 110 which was recorded recordedThe
The winner of this event was recentlybrought recently recentlybrought recentlybrought
brought here by Mr Connors from fromMobile fromlIobile fromMobile
Mobile owing tothe to the fact that his hisother hisother hisother
other fast horse was defeated a acouple arouple acouple
couple of week since by One Spot SpotTHE SpotTHE SpotTITh
THE COUNTY COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS COUNTYCOMMISSIONIRS
COMMISSIONERS COMMISSIONERSANNUAL
ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE BEHEUD BEHELJD BEHELD
HELD MONDAY MOND Y AND TAX TAXLEVY TAXLEVY TAXLEVY
LEVY FOR YEAR MADE MADEThe MNDEThe MADEThe
The annual meeting of the Board Boardof
Commissioners is to be beheld beheld beheld
of County
held Monday night and on n Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tuesdarniht Tuesdaynight
of ofthe ofIJ ofthe
night IJ IJthe the regular monthly session
the body bod is to convene conveneThe conveneThe conveneThe
The meeting of Monday night is a avery avery avery
very important one as it is on this thisdate thisdate thisdate
date that the board receives the thebooks thebooks thebooks
books from the county tax assessor assessorand assessorand assessorand
and fixes the rate of taxation and the thevarious thearlou thevarious
various arlou purposes to which the money moneyderived moneyderived moneyderived
derived is to be devoted for the en ensuing ensuing ensuing ¬
suing year yearRECORD yearRECORD
RECORD IN INTNE INTNEPATRICK THE THEPATRICK
PATRICK CASE CASEBy
By Associated Press PressWashington PressWashington PressWashington
Washington June 29 29The The trans transscript transscript transscript
script of the record in the case of Al Albert Albert Albert ¬
bert T Patrick convicted of the themurder themurder themurder
murder of Wm T Rice was received receivedtoday receiootodll receivedtoday
today by the clerk of the United UnitedStates UnitedS UnitedStates
States S tAn supreme court courti courtiJ
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will prove extremely valuable yalu ble to toThaw toTbaw toThaw
Thaw He is said to be a clbseper clbsepersona closepersonal ciosepersonal
sona sonal friend of Thaw wTTp wE conversed conversedwith conversedwith conversedwith
with him immediately before theshooting the theshooting theshooting
shooting shootingIt
It was said today that Although tne tnedefense tnedefeIlSe thedefense
defense Is ready to go to totrial trial at the theearliest theearliest theearliest
earliest possible moment momentthere there is lit littie little littie
tie prospect of the case being called calledbefore callebefor caIlebeforg
before October It was also at stated to today today today ¬
day that former Governor Black Blackwould Blackwoufd Blackwould
would take active part in the defense defenseTJp defenseUp defenseUp
Up to the present time the thecase case has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been worked by other members of ofhis othis ofhis
his firm under direction of former formerJoidge formerJrudg formerJudge
Judge Olcott
ENv ENfORCING nciNG THEi THEiSIDEWAlK s
SIDEWAlK SIDEWAlKlAW SIDEALKLAI I
lAW LAIs
I iI i iCity >
City Is s Advertising for f or r Bids Bidsfor BidsforConstrucnng is for forConstructing or orConstructing
Constructing Constructing Walks for or Prop Property Property Prope ¬
erty e Owners OwnersThe
The e city cit authorities have at last lastbegun lastbegun lastbegun
begun to enforce enfor e the sidewalk sid walk law to tosome tosome tosome
some extent and is even e n going to the theextent theextent theextent
extent of constructing sidewalks sidewalksfront i1 i1frOnt infront
front of property owned by citizens citizensand citizensand citizensand
and charging the cost against the theproperty theprope theproperty
propertyThis property propertyThis prope propeThis
This morning there appears appears a anum anumber num number number ¬
ber of advertisements for bids for forsidewalk forcons forsidewalk
sidewalk construction cons tru ct ion the JHirt parties to toWhom towhomlhepropii4Jbe19ng towhom
Whom whomlhepropii4Jbe19ng the properlybelpng6 rap tielQn aiabin aiabinfailed balng balngfailed 1 UW1gfailed
failed to construct con ttuct new new walks w lk after afterreceiving afterreceiving ftorrecehing
receiving the prescribed notification notificationand
and having been given the th time neces necessary necessary ¬
r sary saryNew
New walks will be placed pla ed in front frontof fro1tof frontof
of the property of eight parties and andin andin andin
in each instance the party will be becompelled becompelled becompelled
compelled to pay the cost as it will willbe willbe willbe
be assessed against the property propertyThese IlropertThese propertyThese
These will be among the first walks walksconstructed walkconstructed walksconstructed
constructed by the city but it is isstated isstated isstated
stated that many man others will follow followwithin followwthln followwithin
within a short time and t hat the authorities au authorities authorities ¬
thorities intend seeing that the side sidewalk sidewalk sidewalk ¬
walk law is more strictly enforced enforcedand
and that the walks are constructed or orrepaired mrepaired ofrepaired
repaired as the case may m y be when whennotices whennotices whennotices
notices are served servedThere servedThere servedThere
There are many sidewalks sidew lIks in all allportions allportIons allportions
portions of the city which are in need needof n > c cof
of repair and many places where new newwalks newwalks newwalks
walks are required d and the cItizen citizensj
j are in hopes h01 > es that the present activity activitywill activitwill
will continue until all portions of the thecity thecity thecity
city have been reached reachedIWEDDIMG reachedI reachedWEDDING
I J JI
WEDDING I BELLS BELLSAT
I AT FLORALS FLORALSW
W T NOEDELE AND MISS LEONOIRiA LEO LEONOIRJA LEONIOIRA
NOIRJA GILMER UNITED AT ATHOME ATHOME ATHOME
HOME OF BRIDESPARENTS BRIDES BRIDESPARENTS BRICESPAR
PARENTS PARENTSFlorala PAR PARENTSFlorala ENTS ENTSFlorala
Florala Ala June 29 29TTuetJda Tuesday at atone atI atone
one oclock Mr W V T Noedele a pros prosperous prosp prosperous ¬
I perous p rous young business man from Do J3othan Dothan Dothan
than lea to the altar Miss Leonora LeonoraGilmer LeonoraGilmer YJnora YJnoraI
I Gilmer the accomplished daughter of ofMr oflr ofMr
Mr lr and Mrs Irs W B I Gilmer The Themarriage TheI Themarriage
marriage took place at tae t e beautiful beautifulhome beautlfulhome beautifulhome
I home of Mrs Gilmer where wh re a large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number of friends had assembled to towitness towtne towitness
witness wtne s the ceremony which was wasperformed waspEsrformed wasperformed
performed by b Rev J A Seals pastor pastorof
of the Methodist church The wed wedding weflI wedding ¬
ding march was played Dy p Mrs Wil WilHams WIlliams Wilhams
I Hams A large number of beautiful beautifuland beauUfuand
and costly presents were received receivedThe receivedThe receivedThe
The happy couple left at two oclock oclockfor ocJockfOr oclockfor
for their future home at Dothan with withshowers withshowers withshowers
showers of rice rlc and well wishes from fromloving fromlovIng fromloving
loving friends friendsCrops friendsCrops friendsCrops
Crops are very Yer good throughout this thissection thissection thissection
section and the farmers seem to be behappy beI behappy
I happy and prosperous prosperousVe We have ore oreof urei oreof
of the finest farming sections sect ons in South SoutAlabama tSouthAlabama
j i Alabama or West Florida ana an have a agreat aI agreat
great number of prospectors here hereevery hereeer hereevery
I every eer day looking for locations for va various varipus various ¬
rious enterprises enterprisesThe enterpriseTheftne
The Theftne fine hotel situated near the thewaters thewaters thewaters
waters edge of Lake Jefferson is near nearcompletion nearcompletion nearcompletion
completion Five brick stores are arenearing arenearing arenearing
nearing completion and the opera operahouse operahouse operahouse
house is under way wa and will be com completed coml completed ¬
pleted in sixty sb t days da s We understand understandthat
that within a short whip whll dirt will bei beibroken be bebroken I Ibroken
l broken for a large and nd uptodate uptodateschool uptodateschOOl uptodateschool
school building to be huRt of con cons concrete
s crete blocks manufactured here hereThe hereThe v vThe
The Methodist church is receiving receivingthe receiYIlthe
the finishing touches and an < i will m soon be beone b bone beone
one of the prettiest churches ch rches in this thisportion thisportion thisportion
portion of the state It I speaks well wellfor wellI wellfor wellfor
for the energy and puhof the thei 11etlo OtethoI
1 i I dlsts of Florala
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ClOSES CLOSESAnnual li liAnnual <
Annual Exercises of o Institution InstitutionHeld f fHald
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Held at Opera House Houselast House HouseLast r rLast J
last Night NightAN I IAN
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Packed Building and an Heartily Ap Applauded ¬ tl > t tplauded
plauded au a Entire Program ProgramAODBESS ProgramAIDI f i i it iADDRESS
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ADDRESS AIDI RESS ON EDUCATION
BY DR4 DR4SLBDD DRSSLEQD C Cf
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SLBDD < A LEARNED LEAlRN ED AND EN ENTERTTAIfNING ENTERrAIt4iNG
of ofi
i TERTTAIfNING DISCOURlSEPAiRoK DISCOURSE DISCOURlSEPAiRoKJHJL1 PARK PARKIHILL + t I IIHILL
IHILL 0 MEDAL AWAlRfDBD TO MISS MISSAMY MISSGAMY of
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AMY MY BRIGGS BRIGGSTHE THE THEIN EXSRClIS EXERCISE9LIN l
IN DETAIL DETAILThe 1 f fThe r c
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The second annual annualof commencenlEmt commencenlEmtof
of Pensacolas lending institution of oflearning oflearnin 1
learning learningthe the Pensacote High School Schooloccurred I i j joccurred
occurred last night at the Peneacola Penea Peneacola Pen a j jcola
cola opera hOt house e Notwithstanding Notwithstandingthe Notwith tanding I
the immense seating capacity of the taahouse tAtthoyse theho i
house hoyse ho se every available space was taken tikenas takanas + r ras
as was expected for if there is any an an annual j s
nual event in which the public takes takesunusual talr talrunusual takesunusual
unusual interest it is the con commence commencement commeRCement neece neecement ¬ I
ment exercises of the Pensaoola Higk HighSchool HigkSchool
School SchoolThe 1 I I i t tThe l lThe
The program WAS quite lengthy andIt and andIt aMJt 1 t tI tv
It was 89 1030 oclook when the last lastmedal r rmedal rmedal
medal presentation wa wu made but butthough I J Jthough athough
though the night was an excessively excessivelywarm ucn I Iwarm
warm one the immense audience audie e r rmained re remained rematned
mained as interested towards the fin finish ft ¬ ilsh I I15has
ish 15has ag at the start and possibly J > more moreso moresO 1 1sO
so for the judges of the Park ParkllOl Parkhill Mil med medal ¬ i ial ial
al contest conte t were ere to conclude the evaa evaaings aT aTings a aings 1 1uncut
ings program pro ram with the announcement announcementof anno uncut uncutof I t
of the aucoesflCul sucoes ful contestant contestantyoung Tts Ttsyoung Z
l lyotmg
young lady who received this high htitdgsened highbooocv v l v vI vr
den dgsened booocv mag Mb x Aiy Aiyand A IIIl y hMi B nafte naftethere > f fan
an and < 1 ll U fh1lo tanmlfteMe1ft w wthen watt wattthere
there was thunderous applauseSeated applause applauseSeated I ISeated
Seated upon the stage > were the themembers tlMmembers themembers
members of the Board of Public In Instruction Instruction Instruction ¬
struction Superintendent N B Cook CookProf C CProf CookProf <
Prof Jog n Lockey Lo < key the six grad graduates 8radloates gradates ¬
ates members of committees commltt uponmedals upon uponmedals 1tJHNlmedals
medals awards medal contestant as aswell aswell f felJ
well elJ as persons prominent In educa educational e elucational uea ueational ¬
tional affairs in ppnsacola ppnsacolaThe > j jThe
The first nuroi number > er upon the thewas program programwas
was the inrocatloi by Rev F A ARogers ARogers ARogers
Rogers of the Gadsden Street Metho Methodlst I tlto i k kdiet
dist church churchParkhill churchparkhill y yParkhill
Parkhill Medal Contest ContestThen I IThen
Then followed the Parkhill medal medalcontest Jlle aaelalcontest al f 4 t tcontest
contest There were ere four contestants contestantsfor
for the medal Miss Etta Reilly Mill MisAmy t I IAmy
Amy Briggs nrI Miss Theresa Jacoby Jacobyand Jacottyand
and Miss tll Lillie William In this con contest ¬ 1 t rtest 1test
test the greatest t of interest was man manifested mawifestedby ¬ 1 1lfested
ifestedby ifested by the audience and the young
ladies were loudly applauded as they theyadvanced the theadyanced theyadvanced
advanced to the front of the stage stageand 8ta 8taand staleand
and upon the conclusion of their ora oratory oratory oratory ¬
tory Miss vI1 s Reilly had as her subject subjectEntertaining s ct ctEintertaining 1 1Entertal1lng
Entertaining Big BI Sisters Bean Miss MissBriggs jI j iBrlggs
Briggs Aunt EInoras Hero Miss MissJacoby XI XIJacoby I
Jacoby Old Gowns and Miss MI Willlama Wil Williams ¬ a
llama Behind the Curtain Bach Bachwas Jlaewas tackwas I
was exceell exceellnt nt and merited th the < ap apTIause a aIlause ailclause
clause which wag freely and un unstintedly v vsUntedly > Eatintedly ¬
stintedly s given and those who listen listened ¬ I Ie
sed ed e < l to the young ladies realized thatthe that thatthe I Ithe
the task of the committee to choose choosethe cbHthe choosethe
the best was a most difficult one Tb Tbjudges THjudges Thejudges
judges in the contest were Judge L LJ LJ t
J Reeves Prof Harry Hftrr E Graham awl aJMlDr andDr awlDr
Dr Mallory Kennedy KennedyPresident KennedyPrpshlent KennedyPresident
President Ctabbs of the School SchoolBoard i J
Board in language befitting the occa occasion 0Qeslon occasion ¬
sion presented pre nted the diplomas to the themembers t tmembers tmembers
members of the graduating clntlng class el who whowere WAowere whowere
were seated upon the stage The mem JIMHItbers menthers memhers
hers of the class are Miss Ffoasie Boy Boyer ¬ J Jer
er Miss Occie Clubbs Miss IN Amy AmyBriggs AM AmyBriggs j jBriggs
Briggs Louis Hannah Herbert Otto Caroand OIuoand Ottoand
and M f s ss Lillie tVHUams tVHUamsThe IIMmll IIMmllThe
The young ladies were presented presentedwith presentedwith reMlltedwith
with many flowers by their frelmte frelmteand frelJM15and freindsand
and admirers admirersA
A musical number a piano duet by byMiss 1tyrks byfoss
Miss Flossie Boyer and Miss XI Ocefe OcefeClubbg OedeClubbs OcefeClubbe
Clubbg was next on the program pr JIt and andwas AJHIwas andWs
was excellently rendered after which whichan
an essay The Battle of Lexington Lexingtonwas
was delievered by Louis Hannah ia iaa A
a clear voice c and in a manner which whichshowed witteshowed whichshowed I f
showed he had studied his hi subject subjectwell Hb xebjeQtwell t r
well Miss Occie Clnbbs Ch then deliver delivered ¬
ed an essay The Panama Canal and andthe andthe 1 1the
the young lady handled this iatere lnterettfng Iatere4tins = t ting
ins subject in a most entertaining entertainingmanner enterkinl + ag i imanner
manner The Tb Battle of Shiloh by brlittle bylittle bylittle
little Miss Olivia LtsBaron Lt Baroa wa w war ren rendered rendered ¬ I Idered
dered in excellent style st le and she wan wanheartily t l lheartily
heartily applauded when wh she conclud concluded coneJ coneJad ¬
ed A piano solo by MJss XI Vivian Byrd Byrdconcluded Byrdconcluded
concluded this thl portion of the t e program programAddress Pl05ramAddress programAddress
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Address by Dr Stedd SleddDr SteddDr I IDr
Dr Andrew Sledd president preM t of the theUniversity theUniversity I IUniversity
University of Florida wag wa then intro introduced introdUCed ¬
jl jlluced
duced by Hon W V A Btount Dr DrSledd j r
Sledd spoke for powrtbly fifty mfnafce mfnafceand fnaiMand s sand
and during this time he held the at attention ¬ t t ttentlon ftendon
tendon of the immense i meRH audience who whoshowed whoshowed j jshowed
showed Is interest in his remarks by bythe bythe bye 1
the t h e absolute lIM < > Iute silence during his ad address ¬ I Idren
dress tdrees and by the applause which fol followed 101lowed followed ¬ +
lowed Dr i Bfedd edd is 1 an excellent excellentspeaker ex JJat 4 I Is t tspeaker >
speaker and addressing a 4reMI g the t e audience arutieatee audienceupon 1 1UpoII s
t t i iwhich
upon e BktaoaikHi a subject with withwhich i iwirick
which he is familiar in every ery branch branchContinued l a aContinued f L LContinued
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