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Blackfoot Bingham County News (Newspaper) - May 7, 1903, Blackfoot, Idaho The Brunswick news. Volume 2, number 189. Program of the pythian knights it i 1 � they will have great Gath ering in Atlanta latter part of this month. Several races Are on attorney Max Isaac who is a Candi Date for grand outer guard has a number of opponents to defeat. The annual meeting of the grand Lodge of the knights of pythias of the state of Georgia will be held in Atlanta on May 19th and 20th, at which time it is expected that there will be fully 1,600 knights in attend Ance. Out of this number there will be Coo members of the uniform rank k. Of p., who will participate in the Parade and afterwards compete in the Drill to be held at Piedmont Park. The delegates from the Brunswick lodges have been chosen and announced. The program committee of which Hon. James l. Key is chairman announces for the first time the program for the meeting which will attract knights from All Over the state. The first Days program is As Fol lows 9 a. A opening grand Lodge k. Of Hall. 10 a. A grand Lodge leaves k. Of Hall under escort of uniform rank k. Of a for the grand opera House. 10 30 a. A reception at grand opera House to grand Lodge. Address of Welcome on behalf of City by mayor Evan Howell. Responded to by grand Chancellor M. Sommerkamp. Address of Welcome on behalf of the lodges of the City by Alston. Responded to by grand vice Chancel Lor M. I Uii. Address of Welcome of pm alumni Batch t Ftp i Irmi Ghl was a j bonded to by Frank a. Hooper past grand Chancellor. 12 a morning session of grand Lodge at k. Of Hall. Adjournment grand Lodge at k. Of Hall. Adjourn ment 8 A conferring rank of Knight at grand opera House by the following officers and team King j. W. Aus tin Herald s. W. Hewin master at arms Wilson two attendants b. V. Myers and w. W. Durham Monitor e. S. Myers Pythagoras g. Vav. Lew is Chancellor commander or. E. E. Hall vice Chancellor commander w. H. Harrison prelate w. M. Smith master of work Hiram Gardner senators or. W. H. Mclaughlin t. H. Jeffries f. R. Alston Wallace Rhodes r. Eubanks Shepard Bryan e. W. Mitchell b. F. Darden and e. E. Pom Eray. Following is the program for May 20th 9 a. M morning session of grand Lodge at k. Of Hall. 12 a grand Parade of the uni formed rank of k. Of To Piedmont Park. 1 20 A grand Barbecue at pied Mont Park. 3 A exhibition Drill Ana prize Drill by 25 teams of the uniform rank k. Of Afternoon session of the grand Lodge at the k. Of Hall. During this meeting of the grand Lodge will occur the annual election of officers for the ensuing year and it is almost certain that M. Milan of Cartersville will be elected to the rank of grand Chancellor commander. A contest is on for the keeper of rec ords and Seal. The office is now held by w. H. Leopold of Savannah who is filling out the unexpired term of his father who died recently. F. Roland Alston of Atlanta wiil oppose or. Leopoldus re election. For outer guard the following knights Are announced r. J. Smith of Jefferson or. Mcarthur of Augusta Max Isaacs of Brunswick and judge r. B Russell of wander. Woodruff says Cleveland. New York republicans expect him to be the candidate. Syracuse May 6.timothy l. Woodruff declared that in his opinion Grover Cleveland would he the demo cratic nominee for president next year. Or. Clev Elandus attitude he said indicates to me that he is already a receptive candidate for the presidency and there appears to be a Strong sentiment in his favor among the ? or. Party. To my in Deninn it will be Loose Elt and Cleveland. Peeping Tom punished. Tar and feathers applied to Macon boy in Mississippi. Columbus miss May 6.at the agricultural and mechanical College at Starkville miss., Minojosa a student from Monterey Mexico was caught in the act of concealing him self in the apartments used by the girls of the institution. He also wrote the most shocking stories about some of the most highly respected girls at the school. When it was established that he was the guilty one a detachment of students took him from the guard House saturday night and carried him to the Woods near by tarred him and then compelled him to Roll Over and Over again in a bed of feathers. They then dispersed and he remained in this deplorable condition Over night. He was sent to his Home sunday. From All accounts he was a Bright boy and it was hard to convince the faculty that he was the guilty one on account of his excellent standing heretofore. For Mure a. Of his wife. John Hays is jailed in South Caro Lina. Columbia s. C. May 6.john Hays was committed to jail in Walhalla to Day charged with the murder of his wife who was shot and instantly killed morning of april 2fith. John e. Mason magistrate committed Hays upon an affidavit of or. Crame the father of the wife of Young Hays. It was currently reported that mrs. Hays had committed suicide and had left a note saying Why she had done so. The arrest of Young Hays has caused a great Deal of excitement in the Community where All the persons live. The parents of both or. And mrs. Hays Are Well known Farmers. Roosevelt had to be gotten rid of. President Wilsonis idea of How he came to be advanced. Chicago May a president Roose velt owes his High position to the fact that hit was a politician who did not to office Saial r. Wood -1 Jln Yit. Lasi a Essahk lne annual of Thieret Nieth Cen Tury club. The Subjec of his address was patriotism. Roosevelt was thrown aside by the politicians continued the speaker. He attended meetings and became one of them but if things did not suit Ham to said so. He was so sure to knew How things ought to be done and he was so much trouble to the politicians that they gave him a position to get rid of them. If men would study politics not striving for office it would change the face of affairs All Over the country. The Dan Ger in our age is not partisanship hut our thoughtful men will belong to no party. Dont form yourself into a third party. Don t isolate yourself. Go into the Arena and take an Active masons meeting in Rome. Seventh District holding annual convention there. Rome ua., May 6.the third an Nual masonic convention for the seventh District of Georgia was called to order Here this morning at 11 o clock in the masonic Temple by grand Mas ter Meyerhardt. The indications Are that this will he by far the greatest gathering of masons Ever assembled in Georgia if not in the entire South. More than fifteen Hundred masons will be on hand. Worshipful master Meyerhardt has received letters from All parts of Georgia and Alabama shewing that the attendance this year wiil be larger Titan Ever before and that the spacious masonic Temple wiil to taxed to its utmost capacity. The masons of Rome will do their utmost to make the entertainment a magnificent Success in every partic ular. Fishing at Cumberland. Pleasant party of people Are now on / the Island. The season at Cumberland is now Well under Way and quite a Large num ber of guests Are already at the hotels among them being messes. Jor Ges Southerland and James of Cincin Nati or. Creighton col. Russell and or. Frazer of st. Louis and or. Mor of Jacksonville. This party has probably broken the record for Sheepshead fishing on the Island and during their Short visit there they have caught Over a Hundred pounds of Slie Phead. Manager Jacobi who was in the City yesterday says fish Are Bitting Fine on the Island this year. He expects a Large season and says by the first of june his hotel will probably be tilled with guests. Oyster factory Kaslo Seddon ? season has been the largest in the history of the company. They did a big business manager Abrams says More oysters have been shipped this year by his company than in any previous one. The Aileen Canning company yesterday closed Down their factory after one of the most successful sea sons in tile history of the factory. J. B. Abrams the general manager was seen by a news reporter yester Day and when asked about the Busi Ness of the factory during the Oyster season he said that they had since they first opened had All the business that the factory was Able to do and have had easy sales for All the oys ters that could be canned. When asked How Many bushels of oysters had been canned during the season or. Abrams said it was impossible to give an estimate but that they had canned and shipped More this year than in any previous one. The factory of course will be shut Down until september when the oys ter season opens again. Allison Mill burned. Loaded cans were also destroyed at Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald ga., May 6the Large Sawmill of the Allison lumber com Pany including the dry Kiln and considerable lumber was burned Between 11 and l2 Oclock today. Five cars loaded with lumber on the sidetracks Roi Jii of consumed which Means a re to the and Birm Ingham Railroad company. Operations at the Mill proper have been suspended several weeks hut the planing Mill was running today when the fire occurred. The fire started in front of the Furnace in the pile of shavings which Are blown from the planing Mill some 200 feet away and which was saved by the heroic efforts of the fire department. The lire spread rapidly and it is estimated that in less than three min utes front the time the Blaze was Dis covered the Mill and the dry Kiln were wrapped in flames and too hot to to approached near enough by the fire men for effective work. Strang enough the lire occurred when the stand pipe at the water Plant was emptied for the first time in Many months. Notice had been Given and it was Well advertised that the standpipe was temporarily emptied Lor the purpose of being cleaned. This however had Little effect As the fire company found a Good pressure soon after connection was made and the tire pressure pumps at the station did very Fine work. The property of the Allison lumber company was placed in the viands of a receiver november 17th, last and had just been surrendered try receiver j. E. Mercer to trustee in bankruptcy lon Dickey. The loss amounts to about Sio too and As the property was uninsured will he borne by tile creditors of the Allison Lum ber company. There is about to 000 of other properly of the estate that will be sold by the trustee Aud applied to the debts of the firm. Many fights in Salonica. Young girls and women among those who dynamite. Vienna May 6advices received from Salonica say that notwithstanding the fact that hundreds of Bulga rians have been arrested in Street tights. Women and children and especially Young girls take a prominent part in these disturbance. Bombs have been discovered in the houses at Skub european Turkey where the turkish population is generally excited fearing a massacre. Old Brunswick liner. Steamer Saginaw was formerly on run to Brunswick. The Clyde Steamer Saginaw which had a collision tuesday and went to the Bottom carrying a number of Pas sengers with her was formerly a Reg ular Comer to this port being on the run Between Boston and Brunswick and Charleston. The Steamer played Between these three ports for a number of years. She will be a total loss it in thought. Brunswick ga., thursday morning May 7, 1903. A big meeting is 01 in Macon Many delegates Are attend ing the sugarcane convention. Brunswick men there. � a. Our City is represented by Congress Man Brantley col Goodyear ant Hon Edwin Brobston they will All speak., y Macon a May i the Conven Tion of Cane growers of the United states which opened in Macon today is re largest gathering of its kind Ever held in this country. Louisiana Florida Georgia and other states where the Industry flourishes Are Well represented and in addition there Are Many agricultural authorities from Washington and elsewhere in Atten dance. The sessions Are to continue through tomorrow. Secretary of agriculture Wilson is to address the Convent to on the subject the relationship of the Agri culture department to Southern Agri culture. Or. H. W. Wiley of the United states department of agriculture will speak of the history Aud development of the beet sugar Industry. Or. W. C. Stubl a director of the Louisiana experimental station is Down for an address on cultivation Aud manufacture of sugar Cane in the United states and foreign countries. Other persons of pit who Are expected to address to mention Are governor Terrell of Georgia sen Ator a. S. Clay and Chancellor w. B. Hill of the University of Georgia. Crops in Georgia. I disparaging report is made by . May 6.the Georgia crop report for the week is As follows the week was generally dry with warm Days and Cool nights conditions favourable for farm work but Detri mental to germination and growth of crops. Cotton and Corn seeding Are under Good headway in the Northern Section. In the Middle Section Cotton planting is being rushed and is practically completed in the Southern counties where cultivation has begun. The general condition of Cotton is unsatisfactory. Early plants Are sickly owing to the prevalence of Cool weather necessitating much replanting Lover Large areas. Warm path is badly for Cotton and Corn. The latter is being injured by Worms in Many sections. Wheat and Oats have failed materially within the past two weeks caused by the hessian Fly and rust so that the prospects for Good yields Are not Bright. Rice planting is later than usual. Sugar Cane and minor crops Are prom Ising but require rain and seasonable Are beginning to sited and previous reports of a generally poor crops aro confirmed cases in the City court., a number were disposed of at yesterday s session. The City court was in session again yesterday and the following cases were disposed of j. M. Burnett is. A m. Manning attachment dismissed. State is. Oliver Adams Selling Whis key without License Noil pressed. Stale is. George Grant assault and Battery plea of guilty. Sentence four months on the Chaingan or a Fine of $25 and costs. State is. Sykes Brown assault and Battery verdict of not guilty. State is Catherine Calden vagrancy verdict of not guilty. D. J. Dillon is. E. 1 Day Otah suit on vote. On trial state is. E. Johnson Selling Whis key without a License plea of guilty. Sentence ten months on the Chain gang or a Fine of $2oo and costs. Fined s2co. E. Johnson whoever that is was ult in Tho City court yesterday on the Chargo of Selling whiskey without a License. He or she whichever it is entered a plea of guilty and judge Sparks imposed a Fine of $2oo. Superior court next. The City court will probably adjourn after to Days session As both the criminal and civil dockets have been about cleared of All cases. The Superior court will meet next Tho third monday in May being the regular time for convening the court. 10 manufacture chemical Cocos the Dixie drug company asks to be incorporated in this county. To build a factory understood that the new company proposes to erect one Here and will shortly begin work. Those interested. The Dixie drug company is the latest corporation o ask to he incorporated and their petition for charter appears elsewhere in the news this morning., the incorporator in the new com Pany Are f. D. Aiken Albert. Fendig .1. B. Wright I. Gowen M. Gowen j. H. Whitmire Downing w. M. Turp por e. H. Mason i. E. Bries Ennick j. E. Morgan and j. Stovall Smith All of this county. In the application for incorporation the company states that the object of the new firm is the manufacture of drugs medicines proprietary preparations or drugs beverages and com pounds and All other articles and things of like character. The news understands from one of the moving spirits of the new com Pany that it is their intention to erect at an Early Date in this City a Chemi Cal factory and will manufacture All kinds of drugs Patent medicines Etc. All of the incorporator Are Well known business men of Brunswick and Glynn a Jaunty and the news Hopes soon to see the new company in operation Aifiti wishes it much Suc Cess. Off for the convention. Brantley Goodyear and Brobston Are in Macon. Congressman w. G. Brantley col. C. P. Goodyear and Hon. Edwin Brobston Are in Macon representing Bruns Wick and Glynn county at the meet ing of the sugarcane growers. This meeting promises to be one of the largest of the kind Ever held and Many prominent people will he in at Tendance. Two or three states have appointed delegates from every Conn to and the Central City will be crowded. Secretary of agriculture Wilson who delivered such a Fine address in this City at the last sugarcane convention is attending and he will address the Large gathering. Congressman Brantley col. Good year and or. Brobston will All Throe probably speak during the meeting. Advertising for bids. Treasury department invites theft for electrical work Here. The Treasury department is Adver Tising for bids for the placing of cer Tain combination and electric Light fixtures in the Public building in this City. The advertisement was received by the news yesterday and is As follows scaled proposals. Treasury department Washington d. A May i 1903. Sealed proposals will be received at. This department until 2 Oclock In. Friday. May 29, 1903, for the manufacturing and placing in position in Complete working order in the United slates custom House building Brunswick ga., certain combination and electric Light specifications and Blank forms of proposal can i obtained upon application to the department. Partial bids will not be consid Side red. The department reserves tie right to reject any and All bids Ami to waive defects. Each proposal must lie accompanied he a certified Check in the sum of ten per cent of tic aggregate amount thereof drawn to the order of Ift Secretary of the Treasury As a guarantee of Good Faith. Proposals must be add Rosed to the Secretary of the Treasury Washington d c., and endorsed proposal for fixtures u. S. Custom House Brunswick of. H a. Hunter acting Secretary to build handsome boat. F. D. M. Strachan to have Beautiful Craft. F. 1 m. Strachan will soon have one of the prettiest and most costly pleas ure boats on the coast Ami work on same will begin at an Early Date. Tho boat will be built North and and have an engine of the most mod Cut kind. Officials go to new York. President Machen and Secretary Bush Nell left last night. Col. A Machen president and J. Bushnell Secretary of the Bruns wich and Birmingham Railroad left last night at 9 o clock for new York. Or. Bushnell Only reached the City yesterday morning and came on a Short business trip. It is understood that col. Machen will return to the City sometime next week and will be accompanied by president umsted of the to Hawk Valley steel and wire com Pany who left the City tuesday night. Preparing for Roosevelt. San Francisco to give him a Royal time. San Francisco Cal. May san Francisco is making the most elaborate arrangements for the reception and entertainment of president Roose velt next week. The program in some respects will resemble that car ried out at the time of the late pres ident Mckinley is visit. The latter however came to attend the launch ing of the battleship Ohio and this event was necessarily the chief Fea Ture of the program. With the visit of president Roosevelt the Case is different and the entire time of his stay in the City will be Given Over to features of entertainment. From the preparations now in Progress it is Safe to assert that the City will be illuminated As never before. Great Arches of artistic design will Span the chief thoroughfare of the business District and the streets everywhere will be Strung with Varie coloured electric bulbs. There will be a military Parade on a Gigantic scale Aud a big reception so that All May see the president. On wednesday the speech to the people of California will he Given and the occasion will he marked by a magnificent display of fireworks the grand army will hold their annual Encampment Here during the week. This will bring Many visitors to the any trom various parts of California and Nevada. Passenger officials of the Railroad uie Casl one of the largest crowds Ever entertained in ban Francisco. 1 a pfc by a new route. B. & b. Excursion lists to Savannah to go by Offerman. Beginning next sunday the Bruns Wick Aud Birmingham Railroad will put on an Early train to Savannah which will give the people of Bruns Wick More time in the Forest City when they go Over on the sunday excursions. By an arrangement with the Atlas tic coast line the b. & b. Will Here after make connections at of Crinan for Savannah. At present the train which connects with the starboard at Thalmann does not leave Brunswick until after to o clock in the morning reaching Sav lan Nail about one in the afternoon and then leave that City about three which Only gives our people a Short Saty there. Under this new arrangement the b. & b. Excursion train will leave about 530 o clock in the morning and will go to Offerman where connections will be made with the a o. L., rear ing Savannah about 9 o clock and will leave there about live in the afternoon thus giving the passengers quite a Long stay. The Early closing. Looks like the clerks will have to work until 7 this summer. No Steps have so far been Takei by any of Tho merchants towards inaugurating the Early closing move ment in Brunswick this summer and from preset indications it loks As if the clerks will have to work until 7 o clock. It seems that a majority of Tho merchants Are in favor of closing at. Six but still there Are two or three who Are not willing to enter the agree from present indications it looks As if they Wilt All agree not to agree. However it is understood that the ladies will probably take the matter in Chargo again shortly and will circulate a petition asking All of the merchants to sign it. Soon to begin work. Bowen & Thomas to commence co new school building Bowen & Thomas the Well known builders who have been awarded the contract for the erection of the new town school House by the Board of education will begin work on the new Structure within the course of a week or two. The material has All been ordered and will be ready for the con tractors to commence work shortly. This building which is to be erected out on e Street will be one of the handsomest structures in that sect n of the City and will be ready for so by Tho time school begins next Aason. Price five cents. Financiers i to seat Teddy new yorkers it is said want to put Cleveland to the front. Are Down on Roosevel i Morgan Hill and others Down on him because of his anti Trust ideas Cleveland is mor gangs favorite. Boston mass., May 6. A Corteria of big Boston and new York financiers including j. P. Morgan and j. J. Hill but not including Harriman Are look ing around for a candidate to beat Roosevelt because of his antitrust ideas. A careful canvass has just been completed for them which shows tic Bryan May not be Able to the next democratic nomination and the combination has decided to finance a Cleveland Boom. Judge Parker Lias been used merely As a chair warmer for Cleveland morgans candidate for president. He is to be pushed steadily from now on if the financial interests confirm the news they have just received from a High democratic source that the next democratic platform will not Fie based on Silver. So far Clev Elandus direct assent Lias not been squarely asked. It has been rather taken for granted. Their aim is anything to heal Roosevelt. Southern loses the Case. Violated provisions of Law in buying Virginia Road. Richmond a May 6.the United Slaton circuit court of appeals has affirmed the decision of the lower court in the Case of the interstate Commerce commission again is the Southern railway u which flip i in Tiff claimed that in purchasing the Atlanta and Danville railway the Southern violated the anti Trust Law. The object of the suit was to secure a reduction of the freight Rales at Danville va., which were claimed to he excessive compared with the rates in Force in Richmond Lynch Burg Aud other Southern clues. The plaintiff contended that the Southern railway sought to take advantage of ils own wrong in violating the anti Trust act by treating Dan i a Noii competitive poem aim a Uig rates on freight that Are Aooie Quai they Are to competitive point.-. Rile Tomt below in rendering is decision said that evidence is thai while there was Competition a iting business out Beu tie Maniery and the Atlanta Aud Daviu. My. I petition did not reduce rates Ilia Impact that the Danville Rales were Low As the Richmond Ami Lynchburg rates prior to ass ii does not am. The question that this was prior to tile passage of the m i a id prior to tie reduction i. Rates by a. Norfolk and Western aim the t i Aku Peake and Ohio. Every Bullet struck a Mark Killsc one negro and Woun ded three others. Laurel Dei. May to John Griffith of Georgetown a Soldier during Tho Spanish american War was set upon by a gang of negroes at bid Gvillo last night i it. He used his pistol with such effect that on of his assailants is dead and three tubers Are severely wounded. Griffith escaped with slight injuries. Griffith was employ and a circus. He got into an altercation will some negroes and took shelter from their shots behind a dry i Box. To opened ire on the no. And drove it off. Four persons fell before Cir l with s pistol Leonc .lone., was killed outright and Henry poll and mostly Hardesty badly wounded. Negroes strike on Kohlsaat lunch rooms of former Chicago Etui Tor out of business. Chicago May nearly Uvo him died waiters employed in the Down town restaurant and lunch room of h. 11. Koli Saat k cos., struck at noon today causing considerable inconvenience to hundreds of Ouick lunch people. He trouble arose Over the substitution of Union White girls in tile place of coloured men. Will meet to Day. The Board of Trade will hold their regular weekly meeting at the City Hall this morning. Some important matters Are to come up and it is hoped that the meeting will be Well attended
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