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tnJf4athe ve travesty reached its ultima thule yesterday yesterdaytht eaterdal1M
M l tht Howe crossed cra itself on o > s two relief bill returned
to it by the thewith 19enatewith Senate Senatewith
with th the insistent re request req1t request
quest that the Liouserecede Bouse Bouserecede B 0 0r
recede r e e e d e from the theamendment themeDdment theamendment
amendment tagged tagedtofaeh taggedto
to tofaeh tofaehTheIe each eachThese eachThese
These relief billshave bills billsbare bUllba
bare ba ve consumed wore woretime WJeI
1 I time and newsier newsierspace newsptjMermace ne neapaee
mace apaee deferred 1 f fth r1aa4 ftN7
tN7 th j had been strung strungand atnalUld strungand
and riddled and the thegentle theplttl thegentleman
gentle gentleman em in a nJ from froluLevy f fromLevy r > > Ju JuLeyY
Levy who has wield wielded ield ielded ¬
ed the broad blade bladeagainst bladeap1nt bladeagainst
against unnecessary
expense to the state statemj
Tkti a Oelltlemurt lMf froL rt M tow towIT Suwuantraee be
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ma IT tM 1 prtofos prit1t1 of to tofloor fM with the entire cost costof
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g extraordinary extraordinaryThere extruordlnaxyproceeding < < rtraordluU7ptOCeediD
proceeding proceedingThere ptOCeediDThere
There were three relief bills in the House growing out outof ntof outof
of the disbarment proceeding in Jackson county against againstthree apiD1tttJtree agalnetthree
three lawyers of a western circuit It happened that thatthese tJaattJae1e thatthese
these cases were tried at Marianna and the wim wimw witnesses witnesseswho issrt issrtwiho
who w o came from a distance to attend the trial and the thestatOfrapfeer tJ1eIfe thestdogrfyzher
statOfrapfeer Ife otrrapber who took the testimony and the clerics clericsate clerbaN elerlaaare
ate seeking ba re1m reimbursement nt through Le Legislative ialative chautlathe channels channelshting
b1 hting the only channels through which reimbursement reimbursementmay
may be had hadMr hadMr loadMr
Mr Willis of Levy took the position that Jackson Jacksoncounty Jaebonoold Jacksoncounty
county should oold pay the cost of tII these cases as they were weretried weretried werwtried
tried in Jackson county Mr Willis tried by various variousHtoajM variousJs
HtoajM Js 11 to put the harden on Jackson county and finally finallyoffer AnallSoIere4an finallyoiI
oiI offer oIere4an red an amendment providing that Jackson county countyshould oo eoutyahohtld ltJ ltJot
should ot d repay the State from the first money due Jackson Joobonnf7 Jacksoncounty Jacksoncounty
county nf7 from the State for the hire of State convicts convictsTjhe conrletwTIle convictslghe
TIle House oase appended this amendment to two of the billsaad billssad bills billssad
sad Mr Neel of Jackson who introduced the bills asked ukedthat
that hat the other be informally passed passedIt ed edIt
It was several days ago that this action was taken takenThe takenThe takenThe
The House was in hilarious mood when the vote on the
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tion tfoW II for yon put up by the most careful ph pharma pharmacists pUr pUrhi rwa rwagaps ¬
gaps in town and that lOll yo require Ialre the Wsjt and andpurest aMp andpmts
purest p drugs simply say t take e them to toTHE torj J JTHE
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amendment was wasof it was api apparently etIi don out olttof outpertinacity
of raw admiration admirationsourcefulnett < pertinacity pcrdnaclf3lOufefu and roguish ft ftity t tsourvefuiuess
sourcefulnett lOufefu of ofVVhen ounty oUll ity statesmanWhen statesman statesmanto tatelm tatelmhen
When hen the bills billsreturned to > lie senate they were were promptly promptlyiun promptlyreturned
returned ret UlOed with tisftnot tilt iun that the Senate te would wouldat
not concur in tile tilerecede tit I at t and asking IDa that the House Houseof Ho Holeede houserecede
recede from it itposed Yltr Viw U 11 of J Jackson J Ir who had hadposed op opvillis 010po
posed po ed the purpose purposeell purpJrt It villis HU throughout made an aneffort an anfiicumber aneffort
ell effort ort to have the fiicumber the bills but the theHbuse theHuWle thehouse
house joker was U good oei working orkin order and the House HoUlelefu Houserefused houserefused
refused lefu ed to recede and bac went the tJi billS bU to the IgenatrYesterday Senate SenateYesterday eoat eoatYe
Yesterday Ye terday the bills rea bed the House again still lti l incompany in incompany 1acom
company com paDY with the amentoKnt 11 ut t This time the Senate Senateinsulted 8e faenkteinsisted te teinl
insulted inl lted that the House 11 Hon a sjiould ould recede and asked for a aconference atlonference aconference
conference conferenceMr
Mr Williams mad a Uotioii oUon that the House shouldrecede should shouldrecede Ibouldrecede
recede and repeated the irgumeat which he haddurina had hadduring made madeduring
during the thetoUZllotthe course of the ngthy discussion Mr Bette Bettewho Blllljw 11eesewho
who w o had argued for the fa cubage sage of the bills in theiroriginal their theiroriginal theirorIginal
original form fo chest cII1aIiiIln in and n nd cited the written opinion opinionof
of the Attorney General and the order of the CircuitJudge Circuit CircuitJudge OIre1dtJudge
Judge that the 8tt pt shw id properly pay the costs and andMr aDdMr andMr
Mr MacWiJliatos stsUto Meis with the push cart cartOn cartOn cartOn
On the first Ult the louse ouse voted to accede to the thebehests thebehelltll thebehests
behests of the Beoate flr am recede but on the second the thecomic tltecowic thecomic
comic supplez supplement ea WOuldi t have it that way a1 a1nd
And nd here approaches he consummate absurdity ablurd1t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the action actionThe actionThe itr itrThe
The second bill was ttleo en up identical with the fii art firtin artin t tin
in every particular 1rti with the exception that the parties partiesenumerated partiesenumerated partiesenumerated
enumerated as praying f < jr I r relief were not all the same samerecede aameand sameand
and the House 110 re refnstd ttfi IIId d to torecede recede There was a motion to tou torL torecede
recede rL e e followed bJafaoti by a moti motiwhich < u to table the motion to recede recedethere recedewhich recedewhich
which was carried then thenaider there was a motion to recon reconthe recoaaider reconsider
aider the vote by b1JtIcIa which whichbut hlch the e motion to recede reoe e was lost losthappening I Ibut lostbut
but this was w lost lostAnd 10ltAnd lostAnd
And while all this thisfunny happening there were some somea tomefUDD1 so sofunny
funny stories tor Mr Will Wila a recited a thrilling thrfllba tale tsoiea of ofand ofa
a mule with thegln theglnIn the theIn theIn <
In beginning h hir t storjf Mr Williams intimated that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Kirkland reminded retsio + ded him w of a mule with the glanders glandersThis
This was not dsid ife r any disrespectful manner but the thestory tAeItorl thestory
story that Mr Kirkland JCl J ci ad told reminded Mr Williams Williamsof Willi Williof anala
of the mule with withf1Ie the g anders Mr Kirkland was in infavOr infav i ifavor n
favOr fav r of the amendment am en o and was consequently not infavor i in infavor Infavor
favor of receding He w is 8 giving his impressions of ofdiseuasiuna the thediscussions theduwon
discussions on the relief bills as it had been developed developedbefore developedbelore developedbefore
before the House by hIthe the lawyers He said l id there see seeto seemed seemedto mod
to be Borne doubt as to t e t kind of cases behind the billfor bills billsfor bUlfor s
for relief Everyone knlw k W said Mr Kirkland that thati in n
criminal cases ca e the county coda v wherein the canes ca IeII e were were tried triedpaid triedpaid tri tripaid ed
paid the costs and in cil il cases ca e the party bringing the thesuit thesuit th thsuit ede e
suit paid the costs co ta if f hefcost he ost the suit Here the Mute State of ofFlorida ofFlorida o oFlorida p
Florida had br bronchi fsbarinent but u ent proceedings pro ediDp against againstlawyers t pt
lawyers a4li w 1 verj jftaftr t on the subject until onlyf untilbt7 t1 t1t t1begfnnbto 1
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Mr Zirkland WJS beginning to relate te the thematerioorganicpeychoxii theterl00rgaalep thmkteriaorganic a
materioorganicpeychoxii terl00rgaalep psychoeis ychOli wlrieh liii drove him to this con conclusion conchllion conelusion ¬
elusion when the Jrift of h his remarks reached Mr Wil Williams WiIliaml Willlama ¬
llama in the northwestern corner corner of the hall to r WIllama Wil Williams Vllliama ¬
llama dfdut d dnt know exactly e l1t11 what t Mr Kirkland was talklag talk t Ik Ikin ¬
lag in about at out but thought It was a mule so he began beganrecounting beganrecountiDl begarecounting n
recounting the story of the > mule afflicted as aforesaid aforeutdThe aforesaidThe
The members on the uti oilier otN tide al le of the House Ho knew that t
Mr Williams was w talking talkin1rI1It bigot they couldnt hear whatsaid what he hesaid helaid
said There were cries of Louder and Mr Williams Wi111aJD8ed Willi Willisleeked Williamsslacked a
slacked ed the brake chaina4 chain cleared out his blow pipe
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l but t still the member oouldnt t 4at t hear and this was wasstatus the thestatus tlreltatua
status when Mr 1tfUlf Mucl Mm7U3ianui moved that cony conferees wees
be appointed pp inted from the llott 114t and this thl action was oakaster taken takenafter oak takafter ens
after the House had put tfl itself eM lf on the list of eligible eligiblesa for fora
a place in Central Part PartVvd PurkBEPRE8ENfAllr iso isoREPREhLNTd
BEPRE8ENfAllr 111 rWIID P PdRd 4l 4lJ > 11 11Mad
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Mad Rush Bu for Winding WintltJf lh > Cridu Wfts Negro Ne ro PrU Pytkfom foss Pasted PastedMr Po6fTMr Poaa PoaaMr ed
Mr Wilson of Calliotn Oall1o fIeoptatJDI to < cogitating whtther wltet tbe eh sjvkeu sjvkeuor IJukeuuupoken s ke keOi
or unspoken peechet < a tne wire effective effectiveHe eetb eetbHt
He took the floor Hjtf < sj and d announced a eed that lie lieWAS helOiu hisums
WAS going to tell the ll 1 titti tittioniething se oniething ething iDI and was just justthe on ontilt outile
tilt verge of committal Htf act of Indiscretion lad11c tion when whenliment whenregiment a aregiment
regiment t of commlttir negro l P iitit JI pasted lId the State tate iou House N
headed 1Ied by a military hiad Li Bach ek of the clouded knights is
did 414111 his utmost to outbimp o outbk ILI j the other one P and Mr WIlsolost Wilson UIOU n
lost out in the clatter clatterKeaubere I IMenlher
Member left their theirin the 1 and Ailed the windows and andi an d
in order to save ijU Mr Mrprofitable i tilt exhaustive and un uroltable unprofitable unwnpty
flnS profitable tank of si ajxji ajxjillaniH a E > P wnpty q seats Mr MucWilIla MucWil MucWilJfyMte Mac Wil
Ila llaniH > us offered utflrc > d a > > uiotioii i ioffive use should t bike ke a recetw recetwaction lf1efIIIof ref refof w
offive of Ave minutes The Thethe action obtained only after afterntM afterthe uftethe r
the physical p il8l performu performutfcc t ntM consummated an and andfct I Ithe
the parade rBde wasp waHrevi waHreviMtenttitives review evit fct window by the tit Rep Beptfident
Mtenttitives tattv of the IMu lM M > U UMr evident t amusementt amusement ant antMr
Mr Watrmuuu IVa + trwuun of ofcounting 1 t his 1 a are minute la laThe i iooDDtin ieounting > <
counting ooDDtin the cost of M Mfor I The be Hoots B adjourned adjournedMember adjournedfur adour adourfur
fur five minutes aud u unoi6 i minutes longer 10 before the theto tJwaotlfe thiuolre
noi6 hud sumYieuth sumYieuthQbuse aufJii uth to make business bU81l1 in t tbuae the thetkt th thBbult he
Qbuse buae MMwible lu Tin I tile Interruption was say sayI Ma y
t2 1225 25 The Legislature Legislatureand LcIrI atUll I plate Ita about 1500 a day dayday davand dayand v
and it work about MI MIfur i IX a day there you are re figure figurepoint AguNlor figs figsfor re
fur yourselfBut yourself founeltnut <
But Mr II NVilHon NVilHonwas a point t of contention which whichMr whichwu whitwas
was the Hccoiul IUMIH IUMIHIliiiincratoi Iui i f Mr r Wilson has au won Mr Mreofjunittee 11rViln 1l 1l1Yihwtn r
Viln sighed ugurna KUill eofjunittee Ittee substitute f tm r the thedeputy thtIIIjUN th thPIItlIIN
IIIjUN Iliiiincratoi tltlltel atol i iWere I 1e1M deputy eniuaeiaton eniuaeiatonrecocnised eDUluelutoWtl
Were Wtl iiirludctl + d ll fit In Inenuiuonitt II I State recocnised I8COt IItd only to tothe tlw tlw8DUIIUlIutur t tenwnt
enuiuonitt enwnt + raturtl rH in the l lweiv aid the deputy enumerators enumeratorsjtors eDuuaerlitorlWtre
weiv to look to fill In InWilson ton for their mont money y Mr MrAncn MrWUlIOb M MWIlsoaa r
Wilson told the IIUIl ll u urfotes pod Ancn before tore the Africuui AfricuuiMry Afrknuitotes trhauized trhauizedtot
totes tot of Ife Mola Molaear > I Mry smote ote the LegialutivMrstb legislative legislativeWilsots JAlrialutivertlwn e
ear rtlwn then n it wa all allWts II Wilsots previou victory victoryof vidur viduruOuuted vlrturwso
Wts accounted in flu fluthe of l of the e Sou House to auhru auhruthe amend amendpfcysicianji liJ1Wudtile d
the license II hill wo K J aM N Nheld 1e pfcysicianji Mr II WIiM WIiMbeld WlIsoheld Wilxou Wilxoulor u
held that ptmiinuini iii iiiclass F lor nothing 80ttalo than any other uthercl otheclass p
class cl and should be e
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Loft Act o of f the the gtrerwmws Bef lJMlOU Pier bet fete lu 0 Ottsf slht on onAct OIlr onlwdeMits
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Act III and the last of the play How So to Ketp K DownSalaries Down Down8alariee
Salaries in which the leading cUa parts were renttvsd 101 by
Senators Adams Ada and Beard was concluded yesterday y 4a1 ty tynator
Senator nator Beard triumphed triumphedThe
The salaries will not be increased increasedSenator iDCN81edator increasedfenator
Senator ator Broome appeared pleated when the vote fo foaDnounled wasannounced was wasannounced
announced so did numerous others both of star per performers performera peFformers ¬
formers and chorus who had sung ab opposition songs songsSenator songsSenator p p8enater
Senator Adams moved mov 4 reconsideration of tie vote cuteon tuteon voteon
on the amendment providing that the act become dec tflective dective e > gec gecttve
tive January 1 1909 100uJ and asked that the proposition be betreated betreated betreated
treated fairlyThe fairly fairlyThe lairlyTbe
The Senator speaks of fairness to the bill bIlII I speak speakfor Ipeaklor
for fairness to the people was the opening t aJlemge ofsenator of ofSenator oftJenator
Senator Beard BeardIt
It is a recognised fact that salaries 1ariecan can not eM be increased in increased iDrea ¬
creased rea ed during incumbency he said saidIt aa1dIt saidIt
It indicates bad faith toward the people who electmen elect electmen electmea
men expecting them to serve at the salary paid when whenthey whenthelare whenthey
they thelare are installed in office officeI
I am opposed oppo ed to this increase at any time 1imebut but Ifthese If Ifthese ItthOle
these salaries are are to be b increased let it not be done until untilJanuary untilJanu8rY untilJanuary
January 1 11909 1909 concluded Mr Beard BeardMr BeardMr BeardMr
Mr Hudson moved continuance of the motion until u tfl 11 11oclock Uoclock 11oclock
oclock because several Senators were absent but it was wasvoted wuote wasvoted
voted ote < ldown down and then the contest was W on in earnest earnestTo
To refute the contention of Mr Beard relative to thestatement the thestatement thetatement
statement that salaries could not be raised during menu incumbency inCUDlbeDCY menubency ¬
bency Mr Adams quoted from the Federal Constitutionconcerning Constitution Constitutionconcerning CoDatitutionconcerning
concerning Congress CongressThis
This gave Mr Beard e8rd p1ea pleasure ure and he said I have haveaccomplished haveaccomplished e eaCcODlpUahed
accomplished one object objectpttiBg getting the Senator from the theThirtieth theThirtieth theThirtieth
Thirtieth to > > look at the Constitution Con titutioo and now I will try
to explain it to him himSenator himSenator himSenator
Senator Crews was wa warmed up for battle against the theincrease tJaeincre theincrease
increase incre e and hurled his reasons against the bill billWe billVe billRe
We are not getting the service we should ahouldpt get he hedeclared hedeclared e edeclared
declared as he read a note he had given a fertilizer com company COJIlpany cornpithy ¬
pany and which was due for inferior product and then thenjumped theajumped
jumped on the State Chemist for neglect of duty in DoS
condemning said fertiliser fertiliserThe fert liser liserThe
The officers should carry out their contracts with the thepeople thepeople
people before asking a kin for more salary he cried criedSenator criedSenator criedSenator
Senator Henderson Hender on said he agreed with Senator Beard Beardrelative Beardrelative
relative to the unwillingness of the people to grant more moresalary morerY
salary rY and Senator McCreary was also an indorser ofsuch of ofsuch ofauch
such belief while Senator Baker thought the bill WOuld youldprove WOuldprove
prove a hardship to the people peopleI
I have no particular r interest t in this tIt bill said Sena Senator Senator Senator
tor Hudson but I am astonished utoni ed at the inconsistency inconsistencyshown
shown by this Senate SenateThe SenateThe
The people were forgotten to otten when W hea large l rp sums ath I were ap apiut aput p pt
peor iut t now aowereJi there is opposition 0 tiOA to tow towpi thlt thltIrl thtsrobber
i ii pi Ja
Irl HR itP SHE lc ir P1 P1iiW iiW HMRFisCi w IHSBr < Jr JrIt
It flitsl Miwas i a ftt r d g jobbery robber of ofthe ofthe
the taxpayers It opeatfl the fate to all and no matter matterhow Jllltterhow matterhow
how much m lb a man is worth W he can get et a pension under underthat IIulerthat t
that act whether lie needs It or not notThis notThia notThis
This statement may send me i e to political perdition perditionbut perditionbut
but it is true and I repeat that it is a robbery of the tax taxpayer taxpaler tunspayer ¬
payer payerYet palerYet
Yet those who shouted for that bill are now shoe shoethat shouting shoutingthat I Ottttacthat
that it would be unfair to the people if an increase incre e of ofsalary ofJary atsalary
salary Jary were granted these officials who could not be hired hiredin
in the business bu ine world for what the State pays paysDuring paYIDuring
During his remarks Mr Hudson had mentioned the theGovernor theGovernor
Governor in connection with the bilk bill and this brought broughtinquiry brouptinquiry
inquiry froin fro frohp Senator Humphries
Did I understand under taDd the Senator to say that the bill came camefrom camefrom
from the Governor i asked Mr Humphries HumphriesMr Humphr1Mr
Mr Hudson I did not mean to say that thatlteame it came from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Governor but the charge had been made that he was wasinterested wutDteJlelted wasinterested
interested in the measureMr measure measureMr JDeUQI8Mr
Mr Humphries I saw no recommendation recom aeadation in the Goy Governor Goynora Gorernors ¬
nora ernor message to that effect and if he wants this bill billhe billh
he h should ould make JII e his wishes known in public manner mannerSenator maDDertor mannerf3ettgtor
Senator tor Cone had a few fewworda words to say Iyln in favor of the thebill thebill thebill
bill and Senator 8eoatorBroome Broome Jumped into the fray by declar declaring declarba declarthat ¬
ing ba that the Senator from fro the Fourteenth had been > > trying
to boost salaries for the benefit of his friend Sadler SadlerSenator SadlerYeutor
Senator Cone retorted that Mr Broome was opposed opposedto
to the bill because it would benefit beneAthil his enemy Ellis EllisTo ElIlITo EllisTo
To and fro the conflict raged Senator Broome not only
denying that he was an enemy of Mr Ellis but on the thecontrary tlaecontrary
contrary esteemed that gentleman very highly and andthrough sadthroup
through all the President was a calling call1n for order orderAfter orderAfter orderAfter
After this tilt had passed over the motion to reconsider reconsiderthe
the vote on the amendment was lost and then the tbec1U1ain tbec1U1ainwsa curtain curtainwas
was run down by the motion of Mr Beard to indefinitely indefinitelypostpone inddDltel1poItpo
postpone e the bUl which carried by a vote of 20 yeas to 11DUPONTB 11 11nays 11DJL
nays
DUPONfB BUTCHER BILL PASSES PASSESThe PAB8118The
The Howe yesterday received from tile Senate the theHouse tbeHo theRouse
House Ho bill offered of ered by Mr DnPont providing for the restrlctlon re restriction remiction ¬
striction on the butc butchering riulf of cattle The T design tel of thebill the thebill tMbill
bill is to make it wore difficult for cattle thieves thie to copcoal con conceal CODcel ¬
coal their crimes by butchering and nd selling lleUI The Tliepepa1ty penalty penaltyis peDaltia
is levied led upon persono who ho cannot produce reputable wit witnesses witn ¬
nesses n > U8 to the act of butchering upon demand demandP deID4P
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