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The Morning sun. (Tallahassee, Fla.) 1907-19??, May 09, 1909, Image 4

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a giant l aDt brain thin man in i a forceful earnest runt convincing convincingtalker oonvininJltalker oonvinuinjtalker
talker and with that calm nnrafled nera deliberative air o oearnestness of ofe11I1IIh oearneetnira
earnestness e11I1IIh that keeps him close alo to 0 bit hearer hes eN and make makehint malthim makehim
him almost lmol t irresistible irresistibleI
I have b beard many men menlohn John Wise Wi Seth Low Bonrk BonrkCockran BonrkeCookraD BourkCoekraa
Cockran Grover Cleveland James Jam G Blaine be b that ha haoaIlee wa wacalled wecalled
called the matohleM and peerless tell orator oratorl1 all of them battag bat haiing haa
tag a national reputation tatiOD bat I have heard no man D who whopeak oa oapeak espeak
peak more appealing more ore convincingly OODylllOlI or more moreI earnest earnestly
I ly than tb Napoleon B BIO BIOGoveroor BrowardGovernor Broward BrowardGovernor
Governor Browlard Bmvr aM began his spa speech scb k ot two wo o boors or mot motby moruby motby
by telling how he h vas Yr Garbed > at when he after recount recounting reoou1Iliff recountung
ing that he had followed the tea ariaonnoed 0 ith that it was w hidetenninatioo hi hideteitniaatioa IIIdelel1DiaaiOla
deteitniaatioa to be Governor of Florida FloridaHe 1lorWaHe
s He told of hit promise pI II IIe in that campaign ign to drain the theE th thEvergladea tbc
c Evergladea E efl1ad and to save the he land luifor for the people Bmentioned H Hmentioned He Hementioned
mentioned the arem are bigger 1M than tote tbnt states tbat had bee beegiven beenvento beegtven
given vento to the railroads by the generous legislature tlatarof nn nnof n nof
of the area left us in comparison but in il itself elf as a big bigIIOme a asome ti tisome
some states statesHe ltateHe rtatmslie
He told of ofthe the problems which confronted oonf nted him hi when be bebecame h hbecame t tbecame
became Governor that be found suits to tb tbg right of bid biftto h hto bidto
to the left of him in front and behind Mm im with wi Uwyei Uwyeihighly Iaenh lswjreihighly
highly h trained and learned volleying voUeIlID4I and thundering thunderingHe thunderingHe underiDIHe
He told of the difficulty that the Trustees 01 had in find finding Indiog findlug
lug a lawyer of sufficient ability to cope with the legstalent legs legitalent lepltalent
talent arrayed alTa against them and who had net been a aone at eone
one time or another an attorney attorne1or for one of these th fond fondgrant I 1Id 1Idlrant d dgrant
grant railroads that still claimed land landHe landHe landlie
He said id that tb the Trustees had in 1006 aeleoted forme formeGovernor formeGowerner formeGorernet
Governor Jennings as I chief counsel and had retain retainother retatober retainother
other attorneys attorneysHe I f fHe
He said id that in 1906 the Trustees decided to d dispens dispenswith diapenwltbthe sperm spermwith
wltbthe with the serf rerviw ri Joe of the 1Ie other ajttoroejm tor tvr9ey 11fJ and pt retiiin rt bI f Jen Jenninga J Jettveingr u uIliDp
ninga as general generd 1 eOtznfcel u1l at < t5 J5OSfJ o J a i Ff ftt 4tj tr 3 He told o othe abe of of1M
the action of o Governor Jennings J in going oita to a bank an antaking and andtak sanstliwg <
taking tak out deeds dee atbM that b h4 been Jmt t ifeNii wwrow to fo foacres for for1QSfD fo14co
1QSfD acres of land d wJtte w wli had tJlerwaxai aJt iW i1 been been n tolil 8o fo foand for foip00
000 and andtM the ftfeftiq > lyHf iF aiare re IJtig IJtigtion littption litrga4Lion
tion tionHe He told of the difficulty diftle lty that confronted the Trustee Trtuteeiand Trusteeand Truteetand
and their general counael in their task ta of savin aruag y the Inn latnrfor Innfor land landfor
for the people He told tr ld of the losiog l 1wti g of it tile SJMM erne invol involving 11101viDi lnvolving ¬
ving 228 223000 and thousands of acres of land end tie ttajudgment t tiejudgment 8 8juqment
judgment oy OJ the United States te Court in favor of ofLoulI ofLoutrtthe the theLouisville
Louisville 6 Nashville Railroad He faceted at Mthe Jangti Jangtithe lsn lsnthe
the conversations 000 oonveraations ve tion between himself and Jennings and u4IrotA the1rusteee the theTrustees
Trustees IrotA about abooW what to 6 > to savs Mwrel tlf lsipamd lrp4 N14 as is his hifehabit 11 11habit hishabit
habit went into details about a trip tn he and aDdleDDb aDdleDDbdurlna Jennings mikduring aadi aadiduring
during which the happy inspiration came to him hi andwhioh and andwhich D4 D4whioh
whioh Jennings approved appro wh wkieA fc resulted in the 0 offer ofa of ofa
a compromise to the L A N B B the consummation of ofwhich ofwblCh ofwhich
which put the title to the lands in the hands of ofSchool the ifesSchool theSchool
School Board and beyond the reach of 0 the other ot r litigants litigantseven
even if they tbeybould should be successful suooewfuiHe 1 I IHe lHe
He went into the history of the transaction between bstweeathe betweenthe
the Trustees and the L ft N R R pqd and Qd so pea 5 ia tot totattenti hllattenti hisattenti
attenti n bolding power that 1 t not DO a man iaaD lu his audience audienceshowed avA avAIbowecl audieneeshowed
showed evidence of nagging ftaalDlIDteftWt interest while Jae be was dealing dealingin 4ea1R 4ea1RIn
in dry dry1epl legal di1Tben deisilsThen details detailsThen
Then he told of a meeting iul of Ike t1 Trustee Tru after Ctergreat thegreat the thegreat
great work of the saving of the landa for the people had hadbeen b bbeen hadbon
been done and that some one onebe he did not remember re reberof mem be r who whoof whoof
of the be Trustees frut had suggested that tIa Jennings Jennh be given ciDb9oQl a abonus abgnus
bonus in addition to his salary tary as general eral counsel for formaioi the themagniftoient themssgai
magniftoient maioi oieot work be lu had done as put D under the special specialapnointnaeot speolalappointatea peoalappointlUll
apnointnaeot by the previous resolstioivof the rr rrHe TrHe Trustees TrusteesHe I
He Mid 141 that Jennings Jeui told the e trustees t tfcal fee 1Mit w wit waM Uss Ussit
it to 0 them tta as to 0 what wh they should pay Mas read Isjfl Isjflmeeting I I IRe I Ie
meeting He e told of the decision deoiai t fc + o > pay pa aim lye I wowdollars wow tsjorisjpddollars yr I Idol
dollars dol for or his bi services yi 81 ss agent t He oeit t mijsj Ii la 1 Matt Mattthe t 1tee II IItA
the tA NiUe settlement eat of another litigati liti ties I Iwh4 with wia the sa Wisasr Wisasroompaay Wooapaey
oompaay 00 assignees of th the claims olah of she land shegisMs gtfjals gisMsWooapaey to laFlorid sMs sMsFlorida 1 i iIorida
Florid HouiMrn flout ra Railway and uadupo upon the tb jflaal f aai fee stlisfs stlisfslory IMWMI IMWMDr aM11Mtytore I
tore Dr oooamoimatton of thin ti romptyssto CHmp n mpr he helen told of tb tfce pay nyyment payment ¬
ment len of another lye thouiuuid doHar to the tbeaNI general generalfor lll lllfo
for fo his tai services n as agent agentHfesftM aeutbe aehtNb
HfesftM Nb a14 that be and the trines tr had dene ifet ss s scould lew lewuould at atoouad
could and that if be bad the same thing 11I to wo do over agate apuararel IB IBregard snregard
regard to 0 tb the b Jenjiinfs fee MNI and other utI aj things tJaitl laatae Uhm sae would woulddo Hldit
do it 0 exactly Boot I as he had IwIlie fas fasli deIle
lie li said that tae th trusts w Went rt > all poor men m uses working o i hard budtw hardtb
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He said Id tbat be would feel very bad if even e three seam seamhere members ae aebfon ¬ I
here of that house housejfthonld bou > hoQld censure him He suggested thai thaimen tb tbmun tbsmen
men should not assume ume the attitude of going ont of theii theiiway 1heirway theiiway
and thai thaiwhen tbatwhen h hwbeD
way to censure s aomebody or to hurt somebody
discretion dilO these t trusts trnsteeiwere vMIIer trustssere
when ra men m were vested v ted with as
were er and had used it the beat b they thekne knew bow thy shouW shouWnot skonlcnot o ld ldnot
not be out down with ith public censure 0881 unites uDI they 1 rtohly de deserved deserved
served 811 it itThe itJbe itIbe
The former Governor said id that II mistakes bad been made madethey madethey ade adehe
they he were mistakes that if iferrors error rro of judgment j were re com commilled 00 00I cornmitted
milled they the were of the head II and an not of the heart and tba tbab
I b would rather be crew oeosared red if censured rtd he must lilt be fo fossving for forbe
saving th the be public land than for losing it and that Dele tbesitrustees theetruses Delew
trustees w who tao had been criticised bad saved ved a part of the tbidomain thedomain thep
p tidlo domain equal to two mates like Rhode IslandThe Island IslandTan IJaeclTIwa
Tan Governor said that there th re were some people who threw threva
i a fit and trembled and shook all U over whenever you mention mentioned
ed the name of Jennings J enlna and that thatoae ac one 0 of them th wa trounc trouncHe around aroundI arbuncTtbakaree
I Tlahaaee TlahaaeeHe
He called lIed thus C Jetinlogftphobla eh IDPphobl for want WIUt of If a better betteiname betteri bettername
i name but b L the te trustees tor considered Mr J Jtnnlngt Ji nlnJ M the ben benman beaaaa tl tlthey
man they oould get and they e1 also Itto oomWered that he w wpoorly wanpoorly wu wuI
I poorly paid for the services be performe performelAnswering performeAnswering pttrror 1 1IIIerln
Answering IIIerln a question the h Governor Maid id that thatMr Mthoq MthoqI ulttMogtMr
I Mr Jennings Jeani was by rolntion appointed agent t at tW t A sam samtime raarrtim <
time d that he wan by previous resolntion aottits aotI as ascounsel > 1 + + wer wercounsel 1
counsel 00110 the tJa amount to be paid 14 him ifas 11 pot not fixed Ix by byresolution t trIIOllion tbs tbsrwolvtion
resolution and was not no decided on until tt1 Jennings performer performerfate perfermerkis petformetlrvtoellft
fate servtOBs rvtoellft in ibat matter and that Jennings told the trao traotees tint tinttees v vl
l tees t that at if they theythought teyb thought rht that he deserved d ed any extra pa pay h hwould IN INwould 1Moalet
would be betad glad to receive it and would W uld leave leA the amount isheir in intheir InrHn
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