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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: January 11, 1907
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00818
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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, rOIu XXIII, NO. 1'07 UA1SESYILLK:, FLORIDA, F1UDAY, .J.-\ IAJY t 11 11JU7! TEN CENTS A WEEK

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COV. COX'S MESSAGE TWO CENTS: A MILS R. R. FARE :

FORT! REND. OFFICERS 30 PEOPLE KILLEDBY I! - ----- SHAH\ OF PERSIA

I I. Deliver to the Legislature ofTennese
Sherman Bill Practically Provides far fi !

: CHARGE NEGRO TROOPS NashvlHe. Tena Jan.*. 10.Gov. MEXICAN TROOPS ;.I tnt Rat. YIELDS TO DEATH

ernor John I .* Cox sent his una: I I \\.1":0100.: ; Juu 1 ).-The :i--r-I: I

message ta the lceUa.ureetn! -... I, mm :M:. fur uulv'r..al luh.acb..I1j.9.t!..

ith Forming a Conspiracy to day. Among: other! thing* begets sug Highly 0, a-r Cotton MillStrik-l; I rallwa: t.titeate lx)->k. at the r.. 't' of 2: Public Announcement of Doiuiat

the abl.lm..nt of a !>'ireau 1: c'n'. a mile w'a the ubject of :a

Murder of Immlzrauoa.: : the enactment ,)f an t WoauileJ.. ,, h.-a rlD.c l b.>tore tie! house ro1unl",1| I.i Mids.CCD : V

antt-race traek gambling: law ant rfommenda i I t I.u' in'.r..l"' : and fore:*n cotntiu-n I --

amendment to the chi; t '' I.. U ,nl. >>t>uiid vice' president| of *
VERY WHITE OFFICIAL AT FORT ; CAME ON TUESDAY NIGHT
labor law. The governor utz- FIRE OF TROOP3 STOPS STRIKE tie Halt% .more and t'ito: rall"&I, ; T i

a law inhibiting railroads frontown' j ill i lI.arrl..on. reentlne the! l.oii'--I!
a
In Ca. coal iaal in coil 5 \ilie and Nashville; and a .(..tr.- ..f
lcleure Mad. at Hearing lax or engaging Rioters Threw Open Jails and Pillaged ;i i Leaves litany Children and Will 8.
operation; discusses publicly *. a .otAe railway: men attended fie' heart -
eI Kneels. Who Was Bound Over. Succeeded by His Eldest San MoHammed .
Stores and It Was Only by Using
ni All Offleera Go Heavily Arm*-Ar. recommending a law. to prevent publicerttctf Bullets that the Soldier Were Ableto \."' 'r<'' T. ioUon. thlr.1't<<:,* AU Mirza, Who> Is Na..

rae. of' Many Negroes to fellow. corporations from owning .or Subdue the Mob. i iCitj ': provident of the AtchUon. Topeka and In Teheran.

coutroln:! wpap-ra; rfl'C'Omnt..n j* >am.i Ke. raid the bill was so broad
I
'! V Reno Okla.. Jan. It).Belief the aruvnuuient of ..tat>* laws *.> *, -. of Mexico. Jaa ID- .-Iloporta I j'I the it practical. !' amounted to the l Teberu. Jan in.-Omclal nou3cutlon -

ta. army officers at Fort Reno tbateaplracy to conform a* nearly .... pj. .Ili'.e! to rec.hf'tl front Itlo Htanco: and No- I,I Axing of :2 cents a mile as the tif the dt'Mtb of the snail at II

to murder every whiter the national raitrua.! ra e -..".lIat'0:. gale*. In the Orizaba null district. :| mum rate for all railroads o'clock Tuesday nlxht. was inajs a'

at Fort Reno beginning with law. recommends the r. /. ci-nideration Indicate that the government, has cuiupletel I I'nlted frtrite. *. and target tbat It haast-I 9 clock Werinemtay morning from

tams Edgar A. Macklln-agalnat of the trust '|ue> ." I. : I)' mastered the sltiiailon. I| work great hardship on many the office of the Grand Vizier

nearly every negro soldier at The governor diaeus.e. at l t..n.5ti; : The striker* have ceased all acts 1 wa>*, )Ir. :Nicholson urged that tile t;, Miizarrar-ed-dln was born .t T-b-

yoat entertalna a personal grudge insurance matter, trocatlu.c the eacouraKenieni of siotenctin the presence of the new anll-..""* law should not be gtr- I ran. Match :::S. 1S33.>>: anJ .uceee.!-

a result of the affair at Oro.o. ...- of cuuniity and Tii 'rrau- large body of troop rUllh1 there: fruni en as a reaoti for the reduction! of *.,! his f.alwP.: Nar-e l-Jin. oti the

Tex.. and the discharge of the tile mutual. In this ..ate The nce4lty .". this city suet nearby xarrUonsThe railway. far*.. lie sail his railway death of the latter ou May 1. 1J

aoldlera that followed-svnd then fur legislation to aft> uar'I .ifs seriousness: of the aiTalr. however found that I-'a; Pr cent of its passenger MMZaffar-e'l-dln was the aecn1 *oiol

ceding down the list of officer, policy hollers from tntpo ltl>ju ail, 1 was r..llzt.tJ! Tue!dt) when itwas traffic In June of la..tear was I .Na,.r-."d ltin. bin was" apointe ue:;

.une known Tuesday a* a result of the diversion of their fund I* urged, : made known that t'trty of the on ease* to railway emp'o)_,. but to' the lhrot.e.Na.reddlu.

preliminary hearing In the case of and the governor r *.cnninwn' :2 per I wan a.a..loalp,1 May

ward L. Knowle. corporal of com.r of taw providing .tanviar1forma , flKhty wounded by the IIotj.lI..r. !I rent was on pa*,..e*. 1. I"' *.;. ta (he: uio..iue of ,V.>dul: l

A. Twenty-fifth assault who ot policies, the restitution lit who. were compelle i to fire on theUialn i .\.im. near .......r-dO. and, while M'.j-

held on a charge of with annual apx>rtlonment .n-l Mcouit- ; boltl l)' of the rlut M'* 5 Itdur" the I I zafTar-o.l-dtn! a,cvn leJ the thr"n" t:C
II IUanl" i
it: to kill Captain Macklln. of ics! the oronU! >ltl
.-DY C. Twenty-fifth Infantry funds for political |turi ....it. reic01la- I The ni Mi .iftcr ptllasc'nt! the I .\ Jan !.'.-<;overuor Ter I 1"4.. tnat he was forniall love.-. .. t

the night of Dec. 21. Knowle of : i c.Jm-j rell has offered a regard of J-Oo for will II > ..
tlc>r 10.IIII..nlll. r'n''rttitc t'tlicir Paul afore at nil Blanco mill, became "< \ re.i.i> I..r.

bound over to await the action to inclntle eiitlri rontrart. !tiiiiiratloti i mttoldenetl *>\. their succ*'*. Apart I, the apprehension of an unknown ne-1, Tinre'Mtrfa: of hU ill heath hart<

Ute!) Canadian county grand Jury at of salaries regulation .if li<.uir-ir- 'I of the mn rushed to NoaaK. a I jiro who. on tan 9, shot and killed! : bet-it circulated. from tlmn to 'inn

opening term of CQurt.All n' ut. and rt' |ulrtn.c cniup::.'r :.t short ,,11.t..n. away. where anotaer Town Marshal C. C. Carter of UlchI > In .\''OII.t last: M" the reou't. if a

t, t of the oncer- go heavily armed Invest In T.nneaae.. n rs..bl. :I'r mill I* iocs.ed.Telegraph I I land. )1 r. i'arter thought the neiru I' !t.nl-"UtUntlt"f1 l nirltatlou in 'IVrnnan : .

protected throughout tbe night. rent uf reserve on policies held: In ttu telefihone iu,i electric I wax an escaped con,let IIn.1all at- -I maul i|:.:u-i>wnee'; of a.to. <
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Investigation I* now being coned ..n t. __ __ light wire were cut. and pawu *ho,'sand ;i temptlnir to arrest him' when the 11"I ntturtn ,.hail 5
; at several army posts through- Perf cted. even private house weltpit- aero shut him through the eke. kill- ton! to I't.rsla.. with" a uai'nual. a..->..tt .

t ..be country and within a abort Important Washington.Regulations Jan J'..-That the la.to.l. The jails were thrown i iI i Inc aIm 1 In.tantlThe tuur.Ierer i t III!) and other f<'roniK

e several arrest of tbe member new regulation for the mobilization I open and the prisoner set free The !I. reaped a:,.i has nut l been heard of The late shah !1"8"t'.. naan.h:. .

tbe troop recently discharged lasgrace of the national guard. Just perfected *1.If'nt.! of the mill towns fled lu terror .tact. .\ reward of $li"i was al.ooffered ilr.Mi anal will b. .'wce..a...l ',y tnl .

are expected to follow. by Assistant Secretary of War Oliver I to the city of Orizaba. fur the: MrreM of lohn (i .bPr. <> .>.t hoa. M4 b.nlm,111 Mirza *" .

Infounatlon was recelnted here onhlay When the strikers reache-1 Noga- I who killed lle,elanl l talliiH. fhrUi- wa born in lx?*. an.I who I* now :-i
will result In making lmpo l-
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night that 'the arrest of a ne. ble! any repeltl of the illfflcu'tl I les. on* mill official and Rendarm- lots tu.. near Nuholfou., Jac koncount the: city. of Tf'nt'ran.

soldier wa made at lea Junta. from Orizaba made an ineffectual attempt *" while, the two were en :axed .
of re-organization of the militia force
10. to check! them..t striker name t In a drunken ('hrl.'m4. frolic (!<.-I Ii Take Warrant far Wilson
in the face of experienced In the
/' Suspicion rent upon negro soldier war. Morelo threw a huge "one at SnorI i !I'r ttiim.'.11ately: :..rr hI' couut) and .\tlauta. Ian 1.1.-\ warrant has
thewar
early .lay of 1 (94. U expected; by
Fort :-llobr.ra.o.eb.. . ant at three Jejuirtment! These regulation I llerernia' >-or of the city of O'tzab | has not ',. IMI h..1: from. l.'.'ti sworn oat In the clrrrimtna

ir point The arret of these pro\lde for the minimum strength of *>. striking that omelet on the heat I I II I court axaln* J. KVllou.. !l J> Itr-

had been postponed until the corJer :N. U. Ilr .. charg'nc! biti'with
in the organizations of the nillttta In and bandl wounding blm Ilereraaruw Horrible Assault by Negro. i ?>.e .
ring In the case of Corporal : criminal llbwl The warrant .*
from where he had fallen: an'1-
time of peace! anl equipment by thestate t 1'nt"ht.Jur \a. Jan. I'l.-MIMttai !
wise wa concluded at Port Heuo. I the result of card In afternoon
> snot: Morela killing: him Instantly.] a an
authorities so that this force ; |, SUelton. lTuroIt| dauallterlOf
hen It was further hoped that Inlatlon ( In which Itecorder Uroyen was
A Ixxly uf troops arrived and a* PJIKT
will be Instantly! available! in time of a well-to-do farmer, nr-ar Monroe( ,
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would be secured tending to tbe striker attempted to ream a U,'iionnr,i| and his ILI tht.1 of a4inlnUu
DlfI'd. j Xmlierrt counts was oiitrased by a
Imlnate otber persons In this al. I volley was fired! into them kiting T> 'riiiiC Justice In the police coin
n -:;ro. the assault being one of thelutist
peS conspiracy. Entire Aldermanic Ticket Elected.Savannah. antS wuundtni over Sti. After this. horrible In thin section. for ''ci>r*..l The warrant |I. now In t:1.a

<;a. Jan. !' .-<;eo. \V.Tletiman the mob scattered the striker. gathering : haii'li of the officer and a search : '
i years. The girl was.. alone at home
Workman Killed In Battle. and his entire MMermanlc I together in uroup at ""riollap..r' helnx male for J. R. \\Uon. whose
the np.nt. after acconiplUhliis!
Eureka Cal. Jan. 10.-K.V.. ticket were elect.here. b>' the mostou'r..n..lnalll of the ctry.! 1..n,1 I addres. and oocnpitlon 1.. unknows
took the girl tit a creekto
Peak*, la dead; THa brother H. W. ; majority that has ever | .\ body of ;"". collected on the rail- p-irpo If h. in found he will have to answer -
to drown her lie"han.1; his mind
..ka. la dying and John Hayes I II rnarke| a political contest In .na"- J road track ant held the train for Vera (In the court for his ae<*.li .: -
an' made her KO to a netghiwr'ehome
robably fatally wounded a* A result nab. Ua. This was : .5'; while he went In another direction :
a street battle between union .1daonunlon of vlman. who defeated Colonel | not daring to run through the crowd
Five 1 negroes were nrre.ted
nghoremen The two \VISlltim (;arard for major by those I Klnalltro>)p-i arrived and charze Richard Whaley Elected Speaker.
!
I and brought hen, a mob of 75 men I
Jenka. are nonunion longshoremen tKure The majorities of twelve the men with !broadsword. acattTlni ,( Columbia. S. C. Jan. M.-'{'h-
( (.n.ulnc Sheriff Heard amt a deputy
and Ilajra- la a union man The bat- aldermen on tbe Tledman ticket were them I Klslaiure; : : of South CaroHna convened
:2 mile The ulrl condition I
Ltle was the culmination of trouble about the sam*. Tbe total vote cat 'The Jails and armories are inks: H pre- Ttievda) Hlchard S. 11'haey.representative .
but she will I
canon rpc'o f'r.
:gulch has been brewing here between I wa 5.C35. witn tmprisonel ,.triker. I from Charleston! cores
.
C nonunion and union men for a i1C The soldier hate been parrollln I t) wa eVeted! ) speaker. GovernHey -*.-

time. The mill men were ..*- I Shot Himself In the Head. the streets of the villages and waicbtng Students Are Dismissed. I;i ward sent his annual message

lined to run boats on the "open I Mont,;omer>". Ala. Jan. !').-J. th* prop".rt. of the mill ownersTlie I .exlnittoti. \.... Jan. in-Seven- ,' which" which was real during the .t'4-

D" principle, and a abort time ago., tJorJan. of this city shot him.self government has learned that nzemb.re of the thirl class .' Jo\ernor-Elect. Ansel will b-*

rmocl a stevedore company to load I: In the right temple and is notexpected a committee of strikers. has left Or- 11).t..u
sad unload lumber vessels The { U) live. lie came here laa?>\ fir Tlaxra'. Pueblo and other Saturday night at the Virginia which'! time he and other state hoist

..lion men refused to work for the from Pensaroia.: Fla. about a year cities to Incite !a*>orer* at those pointsto Mllr'ar)' Institute, have been tllnrai official. go into office Senator CI.

.. .. ll'! "i: .". of Newberrj ee'el
company. II ags. and was orlgnally front llurtt *- trtk* It. also learned thai *.>ed b>' a special order read at the wig:

>' >oro. Ala No cause bola been given one man. well known to the police, evening; parade but execution; of tbeorler pre.ident pro tr>m of the senate

h Doubly Bent on Suicide. for the tm e.ly. altbou<{b finances had, left for the Isthmus' of Tetiaunte.p was suspended pending a m 'etms .

Huat.Tllle. Ala. Jan 10.-Two I are not .uppo ei to base been eva '. on a like. nil!..lon Ml of these! of the board of directors" soon t.tx .. Bay Shot By His Playmate

necte-i with It. men are being pursue by the federal .avuuia. t.... Jan 19.-Dr. JM
r Attempt* at suicide madety\ )Jr. > hold here The cadets can thenj,
I Freeman Krascus. of tiltsplace
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authorities nn.
jWIXllam Tucker a young woman ofHaslegre.n appeal tn the board to reinstate themor
war,, hot by Fred Iac.'f'U.; O-
proved *d<'ce.'u I when Jerked from Train by Crane. take other action The sevent I i
... died at the city hoepltal. lIf'r'Ull&a4..A New Oceans.: Jan 1'). Ulspatca-:: General Pavloff Mortally Wounded two student are released from (10..earrest account of the father being In New
t :;t. Peterstour Jan. 14. orU. the mother of the child Ief
; .n..ral:
expected several ..day. .5 from Shrwveport ay that Walter and ordered to attend to all
.. Dec. i I Pavloff.' Ju,lje; a ivueate genera! was t for ionimerce for the treatment of the
t 29. after quarrelllnc with herkaabaad it. Curry a prominent business man. dill1 but are confined to limit of
i I child under Ur. I.. G. Harlman It
she waat to a cornfield and was jerked by an automatic mall I shot ant mortally wounded m frontof the cadets barracks.. until the beard

IIbot herself through tbe stomach: Htie crane ft m the steps of a Vlckvbux.Hnreve. the military court buil.Hn< The takes action i* considered that the chill is In avery

was found :.. hour liter. This . t and Pacific passenger train I a*"a."m sea. captured after wcu.od- I 1 serious onlltlon The fr-
u''wound waa considered fatal Inc a policeman General PavIofT' Martin Say He Wa Alone. man boy I.. ?: tears oil ant the lad
Her and probably fatally Injured. His .
Richmond Va Jan !!! well ii\ tMnt < oar* of a*... It ie
'4 ath did not come quick enough and : coat caught while he leaned out to was prominent during the sitting of li> -Percy
the last parliament in Martin "bu ..J Hunt- 'Ialm-I toy Ili.. wel'! that the abut wanre .
i..... look a caw knife that was went in drop a package at Doylen. LA. fora answering Inc was arre* at
'W'tM her food and cut her throat from relative terpellations He espectally execrated lnstonV. Va charged with o>m- ; .l accidentally.Boycott .

ear' to _r. It was this cub that the revolution! Tbe al- ;tlictb: In the recent Seaboard train

-eaused her death, leca lon* has been made thai he de- robbery at l LaCrosse has signed a : Proceedings Frustrated
i Are for
Planning Eipesitian.
II lajei tie reprieve of a number of the t Fla.
Citizen Confiscate Tampa. Jaa 1-'t( a meetln Baltic )Iu' ....: Ufe. and who had ben I He say Puwlty. under arrest In this suit .ube. 'irnt meertn ** of rh<* ;ant .
Coal.
of citizen preliminary have
step convicted t bj. drumhead court-martial: city bad nothing to do with! li. American boycotts frustrates
was
North Yak 1 I.
ma. Wash.. Jan 10.a .- been taken towards the proposed' Isthmian I
uaUl the men were e'f'Cutr.I"High the action of the viceroy of Cantos
: trala loaded with coal was raided the station here by citizen who 13.M'oommitt.e of heale4 Jan The I who .JrI..r..1 the twelve Water; lo president .
Causes Great .
Damage.Djfitsne .
leader The have been instructed
without fuelImot twenty by Dr F. <\* Inman. of \\Qptertiaven ..nr to the senate the nonun.i Ion p.tce
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Jan
10 ib
water '
I .1. : bear '
tro a'l:
load were carried off The en- was ap.,.jlated I ta form a of" 01 *.; 1'''::1 for col'e..t..r of to > placard
has caused tnjanaad it.: a-
tux the ant tl.
started to pull out of town lock cooipaay. "Ia.' .:. Ul.IrICO' of ;t. _\1"-1 1 on prnptJ.1 boycott. A
worth of Damage In this section Italic 1 U. a': base been .oil'>I le'1
.
the lever newspapers p
holding the false botef tear. and kntolr..' 1. Murat for ..
River Receding at Evanawille.Kvan road tracks are Inundatel for miles from .Uu.l1a to 'be ubjec-- I
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a. the coal car were pulledaa Di.trlct Vpa'achicota'! j <
eat: < the coal let down on he vt le. lal. Jan !'). -The and: homes comp'etely: suyniergd. __ I

;rtraa4ra, Hundred have been wlthe.t riverec..lln*. tail it U !clevej! Nothing Heard from Oveiue Steamer Ne<. Fire. CMef far Charl&stan. : Reward far Barn CrnrCo'jmbla. .

: fuel, for day, with zero weather t!>* worst .if 11LI >tt 's over Tie New York. Jan l.> -l"p to aa I '.-'_',a. :4. (0. Tan 1 >. \c.- | :9 C .f-4a 19 -GJe '.

trallta*, CUlZen have organize riveM :n'ltr' ..) r:#. ,n "'P':3 ear.1h(!:4r \Ved:: ,1.17, 01' t.Jnu: al ors .'h't Abuts Tie1 rr..r- wi- . ... : i. iir ua' "' red . wed

,airy coal train that at T'hoaads: fa, rear.' .In,1 a'e (inter Seen: receive (r'na e miolc: ,earn, It chief of C ar: tn to. i* n 4iJ) for "'pa -' or :a 1".3.

re without leaving wa t's' a l the aC xaha JLlp Honcwo -j C.J f jr P) 1' c =t ct a m -IT of a < a ft fit 2 I. ''J r M -

I Oea: protec.f+: l.. i. 111.:-.) far New Yorl. ca Drc :a Ure:: ma lie Aa4 cj 'i>. .2 S ::.

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