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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1910.
JOHN BARRETT AND NEW BUREAU J OF REPUBLICS BUILDING . JOHNSON & SON w M illy Jt';,irj-.V ' ""PH ri il? i - f x s t'-vxm. ass . v. . m. wl" .... BACK TO FARM TO BE SLOGAN NATION WIDE MOVEMENT TO BE INAUGURATED GOV. HADLEY CALLS MEETING TO ORGANIZE. By Associated Press. Bt Taouis, April 30. A nation -ride "back to the farm" movement will be Inaugurated, at & meeting of interested parties called by Got. Hadley to be held here May 5. He proposes to or gnolM the National Farm Homea As eoolation, with philanthropists as stockholders, to furnish farms, equip ment fund Instructions for worthy ap plicants 'desirous of. leaving the cities. . . Addresses will be made at the pre liminary meeting by Secretary of Ag riculture Wilson, V. J. Bryan, Jacob Riis,' B. F. Yoakum, Lyman Abbott, Jane Addams, Joseph W. Folk and othera. Joe Cannon Talks on Rules o House (Continued From First Page) ibut they tried to dictate legislation. Speaker Reed and the majority who were responsible for legislation re fused to be dictated to. . Reed counted & quorum of those who were present ior mischief but declared they were not present for business. That action of Reed was denounced as 'czarisra. The discussion became international tout the supreme court sustained Reed and bo did the Democratic party when it came into power. It , adopted what It had denounced as the Reed rules. FILIBUSTER BY DEMOCRATS. "Why this fuss and fury? The old cause, the effort of the minority to rule. On the eve of the last presiden tial election the Democratic lealer sought to dictate legislation. The ma jority would not accept dictation. He began a filibuster which continued to the end of the session, frankly stating on the floor that the minority would resist and embarrass In every way possible all legislation unless certain measures demanded by the minority should be brought forward. "History repeated itself. The Dem ocratic platform denounced the czarism of the speaker. Just as the Democratic platform did in 1890. The minority had demanded legislation for special interests, not for. the general Interest. There are other special interests de manding that the speaker use arbi trary power In their behalf. "When he refused to violate the rules and traditions of the house he was de nounced as a czar." In discussing the criticism of Gen eral Grant during his administration Speaker Cannon found a parallel on the attacks on the present administra tion and inferred that this administra- MISS MARY D. SPIERS RESIGNS AS SECRE TARY TO MRS. TAFT. :" ' : ' V P - Y$ , 1 J J 4 s-Jl,J y Wlashington, April 30. John Barrett Is a happy man. After years of work his dream was realized when Presi dent Taft assisted in the dedication of the new bureau of republics building April 2S. The work of the bureau of republics haa gone ahead with such rapid progress and such good results have been secured that the dedication of the magnificent new building was a gala affair dn which all the represen tatives of Central and South 'American republics took an active part. . . 4 , tion would overcome all attacks as did Grant. "In his memoirs," the speaker said, "Grant tells of an incident in his cam paign in Texas, where one night the camp was disturbed by an unearthly noise that had a panicky effect on the soldiers and caused some uneasi ness among the offioers. A squad was detailed to make a reconnaissance. They stealthily moved In the direction from which the sounds came and as the men rounded a butts they discov ered two coyotes on hillocks engaged in a serenade. 'tThe noise by the liberal and Demo cratic press against Grant was a fitting parallel to that episode In his early life. It did not frighten him nor the Republican rank and file who marched to the polls with the same determina tion they had four years before and &00.000 mors of them dropped Repub lican' ballots Into the boxes." Monday's Special in Children's Muslin Underwear Children's Drawers, 10c, 15c and 25c. Children's Skirts, 25c, 35c and 50c. Children's Union Suit Waist and Skirt combined. Children's Waists 15c and 25c. This lot is a special line and is the best values and best finished line shown. CHARGED WITH MARY DSPKS Washington. April 30. Seventeen days as private secretary for Mrs. Taft and the official career of Miss. Mary Dandridge Spiers comes to a sudden end. Why, no one knows. Miss Spiers refuses to make public at pres ent wny sue nas gone back to the war department as clerk. The wife of the president will not discuss the matter, but friends of, Miss Spiers declare a statement will be issued before the first of the month explaining the mys tery. - MURDER OFWIFE louis yvv pAtterton andhis: FOSTER MOTHER ARE ARREST ED FOR POISONING FORMER'S WIFE. By Associated Press. Arkansas City. Kas., April 30. louis W. Patterton and Mrs. Emma A. Allens his foster mother, were arrested here early today on a coroner's warrant that charged them jointly with' having caused the death by poison of Mrs. Francis Kimball Patterton, wife of G. W. Patterton. Mrs. Patterton was a bride of a few months who died sud denly in January last. Mrs. Patterton died after a brief ill ness. The cause of death was given as "Addison's disease." The warrant charges that Mrs. Patterton came to her death "from poison, name!', ar senic, administered by the said Mr. Patterton and Mrs. Allen. - CERTIFICATE OF EXPENSES ALL COUNTY CANDIDATES FILED SUCH SWORN STATEMENTS WITH CIRCUIT CLERK YESTER DAY AS LAW REQUIRED. For the first time since the new primary law becanie effective, county candidates yesterday filed with the circuit clerk a sworn statement of their campaign expenses to date, the law requiring that such certificate- be filed ten 1 days before the prim aries. The certificates show that the prin cipal expense items were the payment of assessment to the County Demo cratic Executive Committee, the ad vertisement features and trips through the country, in the interest of their respective candidacies. FLEET OF WARSHIPS HAVE NOVEL EXPERIENCE By Associated Press. London. April 30. The fleet of British warships anchored off Sher nes had a novel experience today when, an aeroplane from the Aero club aviation grounds at East Church suddenly appeared out of the haze SPECIALS One broken lot of Lace Curtains at SPECIAL prices for this sale. Not over two pair of a kind. Ask to see our line of new shapes in W B., Warner's dust proof and Royal Worcester Corsets; ASK US TO SHOW YOU LINWEAVE WHITE GOODS This new, beautiful white wash fabric is the popular material for summer wear. It has all the wear and gloss and snap of linen at one third the cost. No other material is so charming for every variety of outer and under garments. Washing does not effect -its beautiful finish it is practically unshrinkable. Plain sheer Linweave is the ideal fabric for lingerie gowns, Graduation and Confirmation Dresses and fine underwear. In the heavy linen weights it makes up into stylish skirts and suits that won't crease and wrinkle as linen does, and yet has linen's gloss and crispness. , The fancy weaves are the latest thing for tailored waist suits. Both plain and fancy weaves are most desir able for children's suits and dresses. Come in and see this beautiful novelty while our line is complete. SPECIALS Wayne Knit Hose for Ladies' and Gent's and the famous Pony Hose for Children, 15c to -50c Special in Ladies" Fancy Collars, Jabots, Belts, Purses, Combs, Barrettes, Belt Pins and Bulks, Etc. JO HN S O N SON and maneuvered over the vessels . at varying heights. After making a deliberate reconnaissance, the aerial craft disapeared from view. The aeroplane is a Wright model and was piloted by Cecil Grace. Af ter leaving the harbor, it flew nearly fifty miles in fifty-one minutes, rising at one time to a height of 1,500 feet. HOTEL ARRIVALS San Carlos B. Gamls, Chicago; W. D. Owens, Jr., and wife, Gateswood, Ala.; Geo. R, Hall, New Orleans; I C. Scbeffen acker, Baltimore; R. L. Walker and wife. Winnfleld, Lia,; Co than Macun,. Austell, Ga. ; P. W. Ded- wan and wife, Fordyce, Ark.;-Miss Vir ginia Dedman, Fordyce, Ark.; Hucie Shugart, Fordyce. Ark.; G. C. Lamb, Chicago; B. F. Klem, Cincinnati; J. Mitchell, New York; P. C. Steele. Mo- ibile; J. H. Eutberldge, Cincinnati; Roy F. Miller, Chicago; Not Kaish, At lanta; C. M. Lewis, Kentucky; Joe De Bur, Philadelphia; S. Alkus, Phila delphia; J. W. Davidson, New York; W. C. Barrineau and wife, Molino, Fla.; Mrs. M. M. Britton, Molino, Fla.; H. B. Cooper, New Orleans; J. C. Eighmeri, New York; - J. F. Tillery, New ,Orleans; John Beny, New Or leans; W. F. B. Kent, U. S. Forest Service; R. Worth, Atlanta; W. A. Finly, Jr., Pine Barrane; R. A. Eth ridge, Selma; J. A. Payne, Dayton, O.; John J. Kuntz, Dayton, O.; Horace Keen, New York; M. A. Brown. Jack sonville; D. R. McBride, Youcg&town, Fla.; J. M. Oats, Ft. McRae. New Manhattan H. Osborne, New Orleans; C. H. Darnell, Urbana, O-.; Mrs. W. M. Haney, Nashville; Miss Josephine Landers, Waverly, Tenn.; R. E. Little, Baltimore; W. T. Wost, Mobile; Jim Cramer, Murphreesboro. Tenn.; A. A: Glass, Louisville, Ky.; J. E. McMillan, McMillan, Ala.; Miss Car rie Eddins, Flomaton, Ala.; S. Shoul dice, Chicago; K. Marcussion, Chi cago; L. Hunter, Chattanooga; Cotton Mathew, Austell, Ga.; Geo. W. Graves, Mansfield, Ark.: R. H. Pace, Jr., city. Merchants J. W. Peacock, B. B. Finklea, Chicago; Charlie Linville, Jas. Webb; Pittsburg, Pa,; J. Prender grast. Escamhla J. P. Adams, city; E. H. Lindsay, New Tprk; J W. Barr, Troy; C. W. Kelly, cityr M.' R. Collins, Bir mingham; J. C. Corbett, Local, Ala.; J. F. Huggins, Montgomery; E. C. Wright, New York. i 0 TO VOTERS CHAIRMAN OF ESCAMBIA COUN TY "EXECUTIVE COMMITTE DI RECTS ATTENTION TO FEA TURES ON THE TICKET. Chairman Frank Radcliffe, of the Escambia County Democartic Execu tive Committee, has addressed an open letter to the Democratic voters of Escambia county in which he calls attention to' the fact that for or against a state convention will be voted on, and also that the name of a circuit judge candidate will apepar on the local ticket. The letter, how ever, is interesting, and is as fol lows: The Radcliffe Letter. Pensacola. Fla.r April 22, 1910. WILL STOP VANDALISM OF MANY CURIO HUNTERS By Associated Press. Lexington, Ky April 30. To stop the vandalism of curio hunters, a Vgigantic stone image of Henry Clay, which for half a century has topped a shaft 100 feet high in the Lexington cemetery, was lowered today and huried near the mausoleum contain ing the bodies of the statesman and his wife. The statute was broken by light ning seven years ago and since then almost every visitor who has climbed the shaft has taken away a bit of the figure as a souvenir. A new statue will be ready for unveiling on July 4th. aaaVBWBHMBjBMMBjasi i Is due to the debilitating weather of the season, and to the Impure, Impoverished, devitalized condition of the -blood caused by too close con finement, too little outdoor air and exercise, too ' heavy diet during the winter. It Is cured by the great constitutional remedy Hood's Sarsapari 1 9 a which effects Its wonderful cores, not simply because it contains sarsaparilla, but because it combines the utmost remedial values of more than twenty different ingredients. There Is no real substitute for Hood's Sarsaparilla. If urged to buy any preparation said to be Just as good," you may be sure it is inferior, costs less to make, and yields the dealer a larger profit. 100 Doses $1 To the Democratic Voters of Escam bia County. The state chairman advises under date of April 20th, that after the state and congressional candidates, and before putting any county candi dates on ticket, that we shall Insert the following: . , For a State Convention, Against a State Conveniton; to be voted on in coming primary. I also beg to invite your attention that the executive committee, as your rep resentatives, on March 16th, by reso lution, permitted circuit judge to qualify and run in primary to be voted for, and the result to be ceritfled to governor as recommendation ? from this county for their appointment. The vote on this matter will tend to show whether or not the people concur with their committee In their action. Yours very truly, FRANK B .RADCLIFFE, Chairman Escambia County Execu tive Committee. MOTHER'S DAY PROCLAIMED. Montgomery, Ala., April SO. Gov ernor B. B. Comer on Saturday, by proclamation, set apart Sunday, May Sr as Mothers' Day in Alabama. COMER IS KICKED. , Montgomery, Ala., April 30. Govern or Comer, because of being laid up by ther kick of a horse, is forced to refuse the invitation of Mayor Gaynor of New York to attend the world's fair ban quet in that city on May 9. , v Not Satisfactory. . 1 ' "Have you succeeded In evolving a thnmloca rnafl?" T aalrol tha omofanv . Burbank. ' "Yes, he sighed. ' "But why that sigh! I exclaimed. "I should think your ' success would make you feel elated." ' "It would," he answered, sadly, "if my rose could be distinguished from an ordinary, measly buttercup." ; . Read The Journal's Want Ads. and profit thereby. REVIVING HOPE THAT MAINE WILL BE "REMEMBERED" AFTER TWELVE tEARS rx ,s fS ' ' ii i ft rfe ' - "t 1 v;cf -, 1 muscxn&ei of the mains ML. . V A. tr r -tr m. V .: r -r r t ,t v - , ? r Washington, April 30. The action of the subcommittee of the house committee on naval affarra in reporting favor-v ably the bill providing for the raising of the wreck of the Maine from Havana harbor has roused anew the hopes of those who have been laboring for more than a decade with that end in view. The work of raising the Maine is to be done by contract, according to the present plans of the committee. The bill carries a provision for the burial of any remains found In the wreck in the national cemetery at Arlington, Va, where lie the fl oT bo?e formerly taken from the steel hulk. Their graves are marked by an immense anchor suit ably inscribed. The Maine was destroyed Feb. 15. 1898, either by an exterior submarine explosion as reported by the American board of inquiry, or through an interior explosion, as the Spaniards asserted Out of a com plement of 360 officers and men 2 officers and. 264 men. were killed by the explosion or drowned" and 60 were taken out wounded. The commander of the Maine at the time was Captain Charles D. Sigsbee. who I nam retired rear a-mai,