<%BANNER%>
The Daily Miami metropolis
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076097/00408
 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00408
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

Full Text
I -''


I .

.
L.





THE: DAILY IJIIAMI METR''< POLIS.VOLUME .:



--

3, NUMBER -169 -- j ML MIf| onmA, TIIURSDAJr i : JUNE 21, 1906 FIGIrrI3T PAG-mS- .



1.0Be Liberal in Subscribing to the Fuad'. to J Defray the Expense k of Miami's Tenth .Anniversary- Celebration- -II i


a


THE SERIOUS MUTINY SUBSCRIPTION COMMITTEE HON. WCUtRKJILLISIfJIllMI. K : !I STEAMER MAR NIQUE U Ui DEPUTY ENUMERATORS



H HAS S BEEN SUPPRESSED WORKING f FAITHFULLYMr. I ON O T THE E OCCASION Of TENTH ANNIVERSARY i i! SOLD TO J0 I Y S. S. LINE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED .



I. I IIo j jI I. IL

John Tompkins Adds $39.00 to It Is Expected She WHI Lure Here

MUTINEERS TO HUMS i His LIst-Every Citizen Should I Disting lished Congressman Writes the Secretary of! Next Tuesday Far New Yort- WORK TO BEGIN( MONDAYCensus ,

I the Board of Trade Accepting [the Invitation J Jo
Contribute Liberally to Aid theAnniversary Miami to Take 'Up the Miami i

I J Celebration. I I 1! I I Which Was Extended .Him. !I Havana Run.
'
1
But Not Until the Loyal I I : Enumerator
I I I -- I Seymour

.Regiments Appear. Muting 1. announced II I Names His AssistantsR.s. .
In addlUon to the amount already with great pleasure ,gressman Miami and IU people will It has been learnd from good alllhorlty -
Started By Bottolianofr t essm!n Frank Clark will be then gain prestige and the visitors
turned in to the Finance Committeeof ; that the 8 amen Martinique Flanagan to Look After
'
'nj Miami during the celebration of
[will gain be wisdom that Miami
Artillery Refusing toObey'the the anniversary celebration next .tie tenth)anniversary of the-birth of ![one of th greatest cities In I'j ot the P. k 0 S. Line baa been
i month the following persons have band as a cltv In response tan .South.L sold and will leas here either lOll-, the Miami Territory.

: Orders. contributed the amount opposite their ? the Board ot .Trade In reel! to the invitation tx.endedrk : day or Tuesday of ext week to her
name who were on the list of Mr. endedo Mrs Clark, he has replied (pto Mr. <(1.< by Mr G. Duncan Brow, new balllnc DOrL -
John Tompldos. The saying that stating that h{ sees nothing in the I Bier, se 'ary of the Hoard of Trade.' The news comes to the effect! that
"every little bit helps" is a true one wfcy of being fere at the time Indicated ; Vr. Clark r. piles as follows: he baa been bou ht by the Joy
r and every citizen of our city should and,; will,;.us requested make an i' .' I Steamship Line DnJnc between Mr. R. H. Seymour, the newly appointed -
to address It w( be remembered that Dear : Bro!! fer: New York and Boston and other Census Enumerator has aa
St. Petersburg. June 21The seta reel Interested enough in )Miami ; ,1 "I bc; t.. acknowledge receipt of I I I
something Those on Mr. Tomp- Mr. Clark wasj asked to be present New England polaa. A representative i,
give nonnced the appolntement of his deputies
lour mutiny which threatened to place ,your vr kind favor of the 9'h IDILoIadvising '
ashen the of the Joy Line here last
kins' list who have contributed areas Fourth of July was to be was several
the fortress of Sebastopol In the toe that the good people of In the districts of Dad.
the day celebrfted. but owing to'lm- week looking her rev and although
,
hands of the mutineers was suppressed follows: I Miami! !iad dec:'!->d to I'I County. A careful selection baa been
yesterday. The mutiny: was started W. J. Brown .. .. .. .. .. '.... $5.00 J ,*rtant basinets.: regretted that heaould Fourth ;cstjoth: !t was reported t tat she was sold ,:'made by Mr. Seymour and there la
by battalion of artillery which Bewan Bros. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5.001{I notj be present, af that Ume. 'contemplated I I itlon until' ..of July eelebra'i at the time he wa here It Is pretty I now: no fear 'Chat the a 'the .h
I Charlie Holley .. .. .. .. .... .M Since the!; progtam baa been changed % 1of ,evident that the ale... made at ,'
onls, the men !' have as good a census enumeration
..-je/nsed to obey being tbi < Tenth Anniversary of the
"" H. F. Scruggs A Co. .. .. .. .10.00 t4 sent Arrangement, a second lthe time. la the State, coasld-
promptly disarmed two battailous.then i birth of our beautiful city, and extending : 'as any county
I I' vitatioz The ( boat
mutinied and took possession of the Pioneer Cornice Co. .. .. .. .... 5.00 was extended to Mr. Clark I' invitation II, Martinique f a good and i I I rlng the fact that the dating of July
the north shore batterlea. 'W, C. ,,Weight. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 from thej j Board of Trade with the J( me an to be pre- will no doubt.add greatly to the III:11905 has to be figured upon. This
guns Not on till the loyal regiments of Infantry I!Is. B. Anltman .. h .. .. .. 2.00 |sub stated above-:Mr. Clark will be 'Inn ent address.with ou at that time and deliver ready high merit of the Joy Una I i:i i fact must be taken into eouI rai -
did the mutineers 'Harper Harper. .. .. ... 1.00 I l ifl a position to be here and address I steamers. i lion by the populace and every efi
turn to appeared the barracu.PARLIAMENTARY I J. F. Rosa ft Co. ".. .... .. .... 2.00J tie people. II | I "I see nothing in the war of my being I The Martinique run between Havana 'I II i fort possibly made to assist the enanv.erator
F. Blanton .I Son .. .. .. .. 1.00 ,i" M Clark bag: made an excellent rep.a.sentaUve with you at the time Indicated and Key West win be taken when he calls. The enumerators .
COMMISSION Salem Savaya .. .. .. .. .. .. .BO I I frdm this district in Con- therefor) it gives me great pleasureto ;;I up by the Miami j which Is expected I'i win begin their work oa Monday
1 I Mrs. H. H. Broadwell .. .. .. .50 Srpsr and hasfmade a name for himself accept your very kind invitation. i In port In two or] three Jays I II ,I' morning and will work vigorously to'
RETURN TO ST. PETERSBURG Sheben ft Co. .. .. .. .. ..... t.OO In the aanals of the history of Please express to the Board ot I I i The present crew of the Martinique '.|accomplish their work la two weeks
&." -fue l ;: : Dade Pharmacy .. ._ .. .. .. 2.00 ur State In Congress and the Trade my sincere thanks for the very j i with Capt. Dillon In command !,I The deputies appointed la the different ,
"St. p 21: The Par Dr. Jaudon .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 (pople$ Wbt their appreciation ofils kind Invitation and convey to die or-,; will take her to New York although precincts are as follows: Dr.F .-
Umentary Commission which was sentto 111. Cason. .. .. .. .. ." ...... .60 efforts/ / [ ndlnK him back therer I -anlatlon my acceptance of the sums : they will not remain with her. C Aicher la Jupiter; B. H.DIm-
lUalvstok to:laTeltIza'the massacre I I another t&m. "Trusting that your intended eels ick In West Palm Beach; W.W.Black-
at tbat place returned here to I Total. .- .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$31.00II The people i>f Miami should get tether I tbratton ,may be a glorious FOUR CHILDREN DROWNED men In Dclray: Mark Hardee in Pompano -
day with their report of the I I at oncf and make every effort j i and with very best wishes for luece.I'I BY UPSETTING Of BOAT ; W. F. Young In Fort Lauderdale
tions as they found them. eondl'l II CRACK SHOTS OF U. 8. : o show! off! Our city to its best ad. I tare of Miami I beg to subscribe my-; Tf't''j; ;;; I i : John MaHIkln in Danla: A K.
The Commission has a man AND CANADA MEET hmtase /jboth |o the visitors who will ,Leif. Tours sincerely I Nashville toth& 21- A speclal c.I McMullen In Ojus: J. 8. Peters la
timony upon which Parliament will be I I' here and ta oar dlstlngnlshed Con..I -FRANK CLARK"E4EST I,i message city from Otla. !In '. Lemon City: C. W. HU1. In Silver
asked to Insist upon Immediate prosecution i I Indianapolis. June 21- The seventh ., Monroe county : s that four children Palm. Homestead Cutler |nd other
.
of the subordinate police and I annnai meeting of the American lof one Calvin sat; gerald were drowned places In the Homestead country; B.
military! officers They were found I, dlcap began; here today with & ha.D'1 there today he Cumberlaad river S. Potter In Cocoanut Grove; CulleaPence
by the Commission to be guilty of t foe best shots In the United P LM BEACH ON THJPeWARD MOVE i: The children were la a boat whichoverturned I I In Boyntoa
In the they '
complicity massacre as : and the
the n some way was
Canada entered. This is .
and I Mr. R. 8 Flanagan will be assistedby
,
encourage the mob instead of obeying J; blue ribbon event of the shooting children were all toM"!!! d bo.fore'aa. two other men la Miami and probably -
orders to restore order. ,world and three hundred of the crack : THE TAPIS .nstance reached]! ha scene. a negro will be selected to take
The Commissioners! declare that the I
'j shots of the country are entered. f' MANYlMPROVEMEfTS.ON I I the census In colored town.
been'ped
attacks of the mobs could have HEAVY FROSTL N WYOMING
If the police, and troops on : : ; GREATL DAMAGES CROPI !
spot bad made an energetic Inter that the soldiers deliberately attacked : f (I| SUBURBAN TO BE RUN
vention. the officers of their regiment! a f.. i II Cheyenne, Wyo June 21- A heavy '' TODAY AT SHEEP8HEAO
club being used In kfll'ng one of them I frost in various parts of the State J June SI The Suburban
M. E. GrUber Buys Valuable Cite Lot-New !I, New York. -
| Jefferson last has the
night damaged
greatly
REBELLIOUS TROOPS and wounding two others A panlostill Handicap. the blue ribbon event of .
CONTINUE THEIR OUTBREAKS ; prevails In tha to1l'1L._ ; growing crops. !I the American turf will be run this afternoon
Be and
and Then
Four companies) ;;of the Vlborg regiment r tp Enlarged Improved i at Sheepshead Bay race track: \
St. Petersbnrg'June 21- Tnemoralsof I at Sevastopol. pres nte1 their : SEA LEVEL OF {PANAMA CANAL I There Is no marked favorite la the
the entire Russian army have been demands'! to the officers which-- 'were I', BIlk Converted Into a HoteL I. BEING CONSIDERED TODAY rice-althoaiih there are eleven horses

shaken by the revolutionary propo- tanted. I ,I II Washington, Jane 21- The Senate to start. The distance to be ma is
ganJa received by the continual rebefllous The tenderness 7>th which the milItary .!' I I ------- I Ii began this morning the conrlderatlon' I a mile and a quarter the record for
'outbreaks among the trooi-s. '" authorities treat the re-occurring; 'IAccording i I j I of the sea-level of the Panama CanaLIt this distance being %:0& made by-Her- ,
The reports appear to be coan-m d exhibitions of the mutinous spirit, Is expected tb t they will reach the :I mla two rears ago on the same track.:
the troopOs sufficient evidence Jo the West Palm Beach 'soon be prepared to give estimates i winner of event will take
that the Botzchoff! reglmect at Ryazan nmonc final vote before tdjonmlng this! after The today's
hast driven oat the oncers and burned I:hat they fear the satire army Is infected San, things pseem to be booming In'I.:The plans call for a thirty-foot addl- noon. i about 120.1100.GOVERNOR
the armors Another report ,tips' with the marinas Inii'natlon. the cottage fity. From Wednesday's I j lion two I'orlea.! adjoining the store I "on .
.... ssne of the iun we clip the following tof Anthony Bros to the south The
terns whlclj will be of Interest to' addition will extend lo a depth of 40
DlsTRlcfrncTIDNs. .1 Metropolis rladers: I I feet and will consist of a room for I BROWARD VISITS MICHIGAN
-SCHOOL
THE SU ,,"EeaJ' es tale continues to move and i i I an office and lobby and an entrance
this morning It is learned that still to the second story, while the upper

s CALLED FOR MIAMI AND COCOANUT GROVEProf. another changes valuable dea ownership.Clematis| has been avenue made "whereby property. I t I poses rooms"Workmen will also commenced be used for hotel yesterday par A D IS GUEST OF MAJ. N. S. BOYNTON


Mr. G. GjStrohm baa sold to Mr. morning the task of rolling the two
M. iCrntjer f the kx west of the later cottages to a point further north and
t: > hardware store, which has a. east. > Contractor Noah C. Jones has
frontage oakhe avenue of 50 feet anda this work la. hand and will put the Went There to Attend the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of
R. E. Hall Issues Circular Letter.Calling the Atten depth: < .350! feet. On the lot is I cottages back sereny-flve feet from ,
the > dd.bowling alley now OC> the sidewalk I and far enough to the the t> der of Modern Maccabes. What a Port
tion of the Patrons in These, Two Places to the locate'lIy, w,. I. Hnffstetler as a. hi I eact to make room for the aJdltJoL.I "
cycle shop. No changes are contemplated Huron Paper Has to Say of Him.
H* :Advantages of This Sub-District" Plan. for She present by the new I "Mrj, Sam O. Fitts. chief deputy

xb 4- owners 'consideration' ,bas not, clerk of the draft court was up from .

,. ,. t' been made ublJe. 'Miami, Monday and spent the day I
4-TbIa morning; Is learned that
,', with friends her Mr. Fltta Is not
: 1 i iated. Dr, R. H.| K&ci'and Dr. Newman' la the best of health, a fact which his Governor Broward baa been In Port Company C and the march to the Harrington
;Prof., R. E. Han.. Superintendent otftbUe to procure-the serrlees ot'prft pave. purchised from Oeo. W., Potter many friends la this end of the county Huron. MlcK. durlac the put week begun The bud played
Instmctloa ot.Dade, County.Us fesstonalry" ,,trained"Instructors aad and Eat S.1Jm1ek'tw: tract Of win regret to learn and win soon attending the ttenty-flfth aaalversary "Dixie1 and several other popular airs
Ismed a circular letter .which keep the schools equipped with- an and west of n"-elt7. known'as Barman's'lalaad.ioi'ttmlck's leave. for Chicago to eater the Pre.byterlaa of the order of Modern Maccabees and The streets were lined with people.
he'wfll send to'the patron of thai modem appllanee8eceu&r7 to a well Uttl Islaa hospital for another surgical also to be present at the Jedicatloa Arriving at the Irarringioa stailoa
,Public schools, advocating the Special must school \ -l!lIt ut;: fi The tract consists of twenty operatloa.Little .* of the Modern I Maccabees Temple. struck up The Star Spangled Banner ..
Tax:Districts ta Miami tad Coco be remembered that;fully acres, and Is said to be the best piece While In Port)! Huron the Governorwas .*" and a crowd of the Great CaaP
.sot Grove.To ., three-fourths ot the taxes will be paid of hammock la the vicinity of West Miss Abble Ruth HIscock the meet pf Major N. 8. Boyav review and others cheered the. chief
... determine whether or not these by aoa-reaideata and that leaa :thus Palm Beach. The consideration has this morning sold to Mr. Carl ZapT. of ton the (founder of the Maceabe order executive. of Florida.
twfriflaeea win Dave such or coatline tea per cent of the voters' win kartto not been made public.,The tow owners Miami- her pair of flae thoroughbred and a winter resident of Boynton "What the matter with the governor
aDder preeeat form a special elecUoa pay more thaa tt.M per rear special stated tto The Tropical San this English cobles. The price paid for this county.Of I of Florida:' called oae emthaaUa-.
tea been called by the Board of Public taxes for this purpose ant a majority morning tb>it' It. Is their intention to them j J.was $25. The animals were the Governor's visit to Port Huron tie Msceabee.. 'He's all right' shouted ,
Instructioa to "be-bald oa .th* ot them wffl pay. lees",thus one pat oat an grange grove oa their new exceptionally fine and at the price the Dally Times., of that city baa the crowd.
third ot July to Miami aad Cocoaaat dollar. w-b _t possession,ai aa'earty date'Pif "
are considered a bargala. the following say: "Governor Broward and daughter
: Grove. / ,- Let it DOt- be'forIottea that 'withth I Ii "Hon. N. I''Broward Governor of were escorted Into the hotel. Mrs-
mThla Is a matter'which 'sboold ,M: other resources ot achy or.town. -'" r the enlargement aftbesew' : "-KrL.tr\Ianr Spitzer and little son Florida accompanied by his daughter Graves Mrs. Meisel and Great Com-
riven careful thought gad :oout..1aUoIa there are sour more"Important than Jefferson block by which: else leave1 1 tomorrow for Miami to spendseveral arrived at; the tunnel depot at mander Frances I!:. Burns conductIng
from every standpoint before good schools. There la-ao greater inducement inUdlng'wn b-'woverted Into hotel I 'day ,with' relatives Th G:10 o'clock Monday, evening. They Miss Browarj and Major Boyntoa
roted .upon "aad It th,patents ot I to prospective.aettlers la lacommtsalty I to be Known as ,The Hotel Jefer-I! latter'I part of the month trey expect were met by Gmt Commander Boyn- and others Introdjctlag the governorto
school chlldrea jfaat: -Uelr ehlldrem; thaa the fa*. that the son,. have been completed by j to goto, Michigan to Join Mr. Spitser I ton. Lincoln Avery. Gen. Cart A.Wagner. the assembled delegates
to have the advantage of a better educatloa -i schools are of a modern tyfc. 'and the test Ehmain-and, are now In the I< and make their permanent home In I J. B. Sperry A. A. Gray..PhllI "When' Governor Broward arrivedat
than eau be given under the i teachers competent.f'. i I hands of the__'lontractore_ _;who,_will!.the North"I I Huger J. D. Patterson. Wm. Caaham.Mrs. the tunnel depot he remarked that
present system at these places-they i It la earaestly hoped that the people .. ,"- --- -- I I Susie 8. Graves and Mrs. RobertM. Port Huron must be near the north
should vote for a Special School Tax I of Miami and Cocoanut Crave wffl( i'; < : : MelseU After Introductions the pole. J, D. Patterson handed him
'restrict This win enable the Dose look into this matter and oa fee day TO SECURE, THE COUNTY SEATT entire party were escorted to four astotnoblle > a rain coat and toll him to keep It
of:.Trustees, which' are to be electedat appointed can their 'rotes Its; favor tonrlag cars and started IS long as lie remained In Port Hmroa. -
,the same time the district Is er of Special Tax Districtsf, RAISE .Iowa town s the automobile con- Governor Broward is a Maceabe
JENSEN[ WILL alnlng Great Commander Bo>Bton a'd represents the tent at Tallahaa-
$20,000.001
I and Governor Broward reached the ..e He expects to enjoy his visit
Ray Vanlandingham Meets I. corner of Griot. old and Tenth streets Michigan and appreciated his re

I t I hey were meq by the city band aad ception.

Painful Accident I -- ..
With Very
a The For} Pierce correspondence In east from St. Lade township) during
I he Timesnlon of June 20 oho )" :" |die past two days on account of the I Meat E ports From United States
"Jensen "trill hold up a $20 purse mndJy condition of the water. Game I
close the wound which were taktaby 1/ as an Indift-ement to secure the coon-]Warden B. C. Snmmerlln acrompall-!
this yesterday to
to city :
..:II..... Word came ty seat. Fort Pierce Is at present led them having discovered It some For May Aggregate $180OOOOOPlwmdinlf
afternoon of an accident In West Palm one of the physicians there. Dr. I j !'
t I 1 the temporary one. and the commis- time jago and being able to count ten'sioners *
Beach In which Ray Vanlandingham Walter Vanlandingham. of Fort Plerte ( h&e attempted to forestall ltnllona partly above bottom. It iV -

was thought to be seriously hurt The I la I brother of the injured lad, was: telegraphed .(Jensen bys letting the: contract for a supposed! to be an old Sl'aDlph war
|r-. and arrived there this tT.eoo jai( which action was latel 1 Washington June II- The 1'1' orts rrejponding period.
for
reports state that he was swinging I J enjoined j Assurances have been r offer has been made to i! of moat<< and'at products from the |' Xln.p r cent of the n "at pn
morning and Mr. S.: G. VanlanJlnghaJn .I..J' Satrs the ('Ieyf'tl' era annnntlrg! to a,00n> went
oa a flying :Jenny with mother boy ,ceived fro a Dade county that orlda East Coast Railway to | nlte.1 daring i. J66.0'K
fit N>y'" father went up last night.I I "onths t-a.lln,_ May. aggregated more Or at Britian.Iw.margarfoe
when the. latter suddenly bud off! and northern e: id of their county would their division point to Ftasrt :
'.Vanlandtngham; was thrownJils I I rte were glad to bear this morning 'spiked opt to 9u Locle county thus which Is being! conoMered The Ft I(bin: 'I lO.000, )0: In value Accord-1 I 0! exrorw went rbt.Cyt. (
.' young that the Injuries are not as serlopsas .]giving Jensen a central location. P'-rce people were exorbitant In their]I ':I:; to the rot t from the {rvpartm tb- hu'ter maUn; countries, the
right leg catching In a part of the fen f Commerce nd !..aborUTOJ! show] 1t"gP1l part of which went to Neihn -
was first thought when Dr. Vau j "The g -ernment snagboat: Florida demands for land necessary for track !
ny and cutting It badly Jnst below the I bn.ID. ;ham and the boy father wg.resummoned. I made two unsuccessful efforts to lo- and station site needed for increased lat 'this I IL* larger 1'1! Jrr3'lin of !s whlcl took :DO' : tXin: halt
knee. Several stitches were nece*!ary Tate I" ,a gnnboat wreck four miles north-'business.w .- I-teat than an: previous let 'w the r' the riportI
J



\ .'

t

I ....... .



j
'THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS THURSDAY. JUNE 21. 1901 CI8HT PAQU
_
PACE TWOMIAMI "
t I 7'Matting I Ii

of the Intellectual. As aj race apace t
METROPOLIS of life has become mare raplcL. '' Me

This has reacted
f.g DAILY AND WEEKLY' possibly made us more censorious and ;
captious; but In our calm CJ, aioiuen ,
and I I'll Wire For You
a .
t funds, we recognize integrity ariji hones) I """
Afternoon Except ;
fiery
4 ruDUshetf quite as much as did our [orefathe .

f. BY THE The rank and file of the politician and FurniturWill
'
$, The Miami Printing Company In this country are sound. Ther..m. e
hew close to the line of Irlghteon:
176
L I 'Phone
ness and Integrity if props y led. :
I .. TATUM.fret. S.lOBO DEAN SeoTr Politicians are quick to respond to I be Sold at Reduced.PricesJ. for thirty days

... public sentiment, Even (hone who

Member of The Associated PreiEalrred made a trade of politics st4id ill awe
z; of the public when it IhO.A a disposition -111 enueD I c. H. BROWN
Watson
W.
"
F : :
Avj
at the .....$-O 'Cat" lami.Ftonu '''; to take notice fhs rights ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
t.', aa. eewd4ra... uer and liberties of 'the peopl are' safe I I'

f -,- as they keep awake. I 1113 Avtawc C
J .
_
f SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1
----- -------- ----'
,
f, One Year._.... .. _.............'5.00 ZIon City was apparently! run on a -
a.;; ? Six months..................... 2.50 life insurance basis. .
E, Three Months.................. 1.5 ,
r One Month..................... '5 o P
: One Week...................... .10 The Miami Baseball Club s going to Miami Transfer ;
F Weekly per month.H",'"'''''''2.00 make another tour of the tilt cons'. I Fort Dallas Land Company .
; Oh..well as long as the Coast don I
"U -
i -" care. f -.
f OFFICE IN METROPOLIS BLDG. o '" Company "
' Opposit Court Haws Wonder how much the meat packer

, 432434. 12th Street Phone 71 would give Teddy to take!la! trip to 22912th street Phone No. 157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110
ot' Has its Lists
, southern point the South on
the most Garage and SUblHtb street near Ave. E, Phone No. 100 .
:. .THURSDAY, JUNE. 21. 1iO Frigid Zone. |
o T| ,
The Czar would do wellijjto borrow Horses Carriages and

t$ I This Date History I It a lars few and regiments three or of Uncle four roigh Sam's rider ream Automobilesfor some particularly attractive sites fur t

If he wants to straighten n alters out both residence and business pur- .
j hire bv tbe hour. day week or month. Automobile storage
;,. 1uu 21 la Watery.UB over'there. repair* and supplies. ;'jAgrnta for the famous FORD au pose. An investment in Miami real
t"f:, -Captmln John tmHh.: famous la Vli tomobiles. Freight unloaded add delivered. Special facilitiesfor .
t. (Into entrant. 4M ta London; bar Mark Twain has said tha the mon moving heavy freight. Omnibus meet every train. Baggage estate is safe; sure of quick returns-
'
,
171; he saw of some men the better he< transferred. ALL order receive PROMPT Attention.
!C MS-Mw H.mi blr, rattted tb. Unite ,
t. SUtM*,eotwtnvttoa. tb* ninth cuu, liked dogs not even specifying tb -
thus tawurtnc tts adopted Tb con breed of the dogs. Wonder if Marl' t
fr vmtlea which ftuMd th. eoutttaUaMt
3tfamLActions (
. .. Twain has ever been to
.r., U *dJoanMd ta Carpenter in*, n.hall All May u.. cut ITT*. o I JOHN B. REILLY J. C. INGRANAMc
<. w.h nprtMBUd txwptto* Rhod Ii than wordi
bind. TIM tnstrammt provM that u speak louder Lofton For Dallas Land Vice-President Dallas
soon M alae itatM rttlfltd n la eon and every business man 1 in the citj & Einig Agent I
.
i .VMttoa mttfytnttU It should*. p, Into offwt ta tbtatas should get busy with his check bool Company, Miami I Florida. Land Co., .St ,Augustine. '
-Jco* OffwbaeK noted mudwdonpsser and help the anniversary effuse alon;
tern la Colocn. of Ocrrau L
I\!\. dtod 1MO.SSBfttodrieh materially. You'll get tfe money;; _
?: Jewish parents; Machine Shop -4 = s H
rraabaL OI1cID&tar..of tile back a hundred fold.
UndOTfarte .r um. dial born lilt
Herbert Tatty of Cornel Dade Co. Title Insurance
UN-iVoftaaac The River.
i': tntvsnttr died at Ithaca; ion l1?. Scientists say the eartiiquak at Across
1m-Bo.bt.bru..nobd Japane*. Mates caused disturbance I
b7 a -
Francisco was
San
otoleter ta Waehia-
.,, too man aaa i formal. aalnala<1 at Tokyo ftr potTOoe : In the crust of he earth Will repair your engine on short notice. and Trust Company
-- Mr. Hahn Is now relieved of all susSidon '
t '. -- and we, take the selentlBta Expert Gas Engine Men.Ve carry \

t* TRADE POLITICS, VS.PROFESSIONAL word for It. dynamos, coils, plugs, batteries, wire, I OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATEDUp

f.. POLITICS Capital $75OOO. Surplus, 12.OOO
tatei The time Is now ripe for .every citV screws, switches -
B. Reed defined a ,
Thomas wife Is dead." A zen: to clean vp his yard,.fjemore the I Insure land title, prepare abstract of title,loan and
f-
politician
man as lebris accumulated. by lat week'sitonn invest money on its own account and for other Act a*
- U one who I* versed In the< ..
politician executor, receiver
ent. attornev-in-fact trustee assignee
and to make toe city aj;
dene of government or who Ii de prepare J.oftorl& Einig or guardian. address all communication toMieaa.'finehia
II ook beautiful when the tliltors a-
voted to politics. A statesman
lembl her to* the anniversary rr; Sec end T
necessarily a politician but a politic S. L.... Patterson. nas.
ration next month.Rbuldn't t III .. .
statesman --- u -"
necessarily a -
i --- -- -
6 Ian U not ---- ---:----- --- +
Some make politics a profession; oth L ... ..
.eri make U a trade or a business be| a bad Idealto present .
he Ore chief with a nice bone and
There U no money in the profeulODofpoUUeL i I
Fortunes have been made luggy, similar to the one i|i I Key Wek.le I Ii
deserves It. needs It anjl{ ought:to i
trade of politics. In a recent
la the I TrueWe
address before college student Majroi lave It In time for. the Celebration Tis Certainly

I McClellan of New York undertook U text month. Or else lev him ride

differentiate between politic aa a hi. seven dollar bicycle a| the head

profession India' .a trade. He said;; of the $5,000 fire department outlay, .
Whleh does he deserve I
-
? rBy the profession of politic I do and to we made a mistake
not"mean the trade of politic The 0 are a little;, far up the'street. we regret say
Many years,;ago, this cltjr was stir
A profe
two atonal are politician vastly different.may be statesman crtm; one red by of the the report best gymnasloins that It was to In have the. in moving up here. But this has only put us on our metal and while r ourprofits .

political tradesman may be a Late This ;was In Novo ber 1M4.leetlng .

InalTher \f were 'called ind 'held. ofi- are not'as great as other merchants down the street, we'still do 1 1I
more
occupation
U no cera were elected and took omee. Com-

noble,/more sordid, more despicable laces ,were ;':appointed .tdj swell the This is tie reason why can buy of us f
than the'tnJe, of politics. There Ii leadership. It swelled.| Membersf I the business of Miami. : : : you

non more IncplrinA more capableof the committee went ,around the

good than Its profession. ity tnd pcked! out every roundhouldered t
.
"There,1s nothing easy about the .t man ,and .made him,Join,
profeaatol1('of politics. It mean hardship The membership roll filled up rapla'-: Regular and some 3.00 $1.901reY ou going away this ,summer?

self-denial i patience, hard work 17. Some tf the moat i Influential si ,
!
poverty. No man who seek a great IInd prominent business were into '
;
material fortune should choose politics -I scheme The club min was /ormeJ : Qoing to need a tunk/or/ Suit Case?
.
for his life work. Except for the nd everything went along!nicely, 'ap- -
bare necessities of existence money arently. A committee looked aroundawn Regular, $3.50 and some 4.00 $2.'Q A.JV


can.-not honestly be made in politic -I for a proper site Opon whichi i shoes for- .i) . . . This certainly thprplace to buy them
build. Result: The cit| recovered
Hen. ,like Clay and'Webster and Calhoun -I from the report The round Iho IJ- i

were politicians. They were. .red men still go around,half' bent In II A big Jine-.of ladies' $2.50 and 75i
also statesmen. They were not attracted ro. Membership roll ha\ faded until $1 1. '

to the political arena by money 11a.rdl) a fitme can be|dlscerneA.ow ._ $3.00. shoes for ,. t . :
or office for the like'of office. With \: mhr? i i ----.1' P ,
them 'omee'11'..all ,honorable means __. :' '
10 aa. honorable end, and the triumph i Robert Roosevelt.- woo died i the other I L- $6.00; and'1.OO' Paragon Pants '

of,the lieu and principles In. which day. was ,more than fn crJlanl'Jjf ; $4.95

they believed, and the good of the 1 citizen. He was an uncle/:of the Pitt- "
'
country were the object they sought Ident. but was a' llfp-longj! DemocratHe .
Every''citizen: should take an. Intelligent had been ;a leader In 4 cry r ormwo'ement I. ;: :

-fl and patriotic interest In POlltlCl'1 since. iS61 anJ aI}was one o:, $1.50. $1.75 and $2.QO( mens $1.20 I '

It Is part of the obligation only, two Democrats who were psi the
of a' citizen la 'a country Committee of Seventy''which dO'Dedthe sil rts ,at .. .i!. "... ". . .
.where the theory 'of government Is Tweed ring. Mr.Raoseveltlws.\

that, of the people by the people for of pure Holland ancestor, and, .the '
the J people., The thoughtful citizen founder of his family'waJ Klaas Maitec Regular $1.25 men's shirts to 95 its '
will not turn utterly from politics because sen Van Roosevelt; who ante to T'dt Cases
'be Is dUguested by small poliiics Manhattan from Holland|n 1649.,Being .go.for.. ... .,. .,. -. .! .: .>. ... irT1tri : I\
and politicians. Such condition a Dutchman. Mr| Roosevel 1 12.00 Trout *r Suit Cue P.Ur
.
can imperatively for his active par-,sympathized with' the. Boers I' In that ./ ,- r JUG "Troali .r Salt Cue J7JS7.M ;
ticipation la political affairs. The war with England, but Be was wtsi I I

ed wrongs when of they the show people Indifference.are never right-I the and time just: enough"While to my;*sympathies ay|publicly art at It will pa. ) 011 to take a little walk ),}l ,Trctt or Sdt Cue J54J ';

I I i : .Q Trrrk cr Sdt Cue Mss
only through public: Indifference that wholly: sad absolutely wltJi the Boer
corruption thrives In politics. Constant ; while I Insist that hey j are niter!,." t !} 3.51 Trrak cr 5dt Care n."

vigilance la the price of honesty I right and that England d not dart I" <
s
to our store' and save your moray 2.56! Trrrk cr Scft ease JUSV .
In politics. Political exactions,,are ever formulate her rials Jlv.lcst
greater than ever before. The moral I ihem. nevertheless I ihl: most mz'r : 1L+ = .

standing I* higher In the political Rill admit that SomheraJCfrira; will bt

world, and publicity exerts a more: happier. richer and stron tr an a col

powerful Influence than ever before.In any of.Great Britlan, ai er the pat. tHE ANTHONY 1MTt1E CO
the address referred to Mayor Me- "ra of Canada than: a* t couple of !
.
Clelan said __:.::.1g i<;, allies"; liob.: t n"ool<'relt H I
"A, a" matter of fact, civilization Increases WiS ever a public spritei .citizen. In
and public morals Improve a* crested In many things f r the public LAST STOif i P TME STREET 228 TWELPTH STReET MI'\ .lIo fLORIDA
!
the years go by. Fortunately for the good, and led, a very act re life- atictlve
human race the raining of the moral as that of his istinguUbei. ]

s bundaia fi-i not been At the expense tephrs'. I r'!:'" ..;;. .:-,"""': .


'Z"l




< ,. ,.;U'. i.I: >;;"'.,../, !f.4'.....,.:. A, "M .fir""a 3wGF ra i.:,.,.war.m .'... ,." e ..



MPI



-- PAGE I THE DAlL y MIAMI METROPOLIS THURSDAY. JU.E 21. 1Mpieprofesslpps -- -rA.._.... .In". ......

I __
....... .............. ...............,.... ........... .
e. a (\ I

L < | H poem ipr dodgy Vacation TimeThe


; :..*...*. ..**....... ..*......*.... ...*.*. .*. .. .

.J

CRABBED AGE AND YOUTHAuthor I

.P.n.I'.o)1," had

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Unknown man who has not his will soon be taking

..a..z. I
1tupre.do.ta aU* rts.BU sod *
Sp 1tsottttl.etee..t.toeod tntoTRIM. RIBBED age aJ youth it. Summer Suits and Summer
I Trousers
.-. I Cannot live together; are usually
o.aos.7. .
MUml.ru I Youth to nil of. pleasance
Age U foil of,{care; : '. the most prominent
apparel items
I.B. 8KTMOUK: |H. X.ATKlNSOH Youth like .UDim<< morn, in a man'smind
Age tike winter weather;

Seymour Attorneys& Atkinson and Youth Axe Uke like winter summer bare.brave, when it comes I TIME TO "PACK UP."

"South, It full of sport
Counselors At Law. Age's breath U short; Whether you GO ORJWHETHER'YOU
STAY
cUl= atuatlo to d.U practice U allna.8u.u. Youth U nimble age It lame; "
ud r4 Youth to hot and bold, 1
.Rooms 5,6,7, FriaaeU Bldf.,Miami Axe to weak and cold; jj !
loath to wild and are to tame.

6. A. Worley Age Youth I I do do abhor adore the the'; jj| f1L1 We'll Dress You Well

I : Oh my love, my lore to young! f
, Attorney at Law I Ace. I do defy thee: .
Jo Ob tweet shepherd, hie the. i
,. Miami Florida
Twelfth.St\ For methlnki thou stayst too long. I
II
; > I If you say so, a suit of soft Homespun; not a superfluous ounce a
Geo. M. RObbins I b
-- .. I
>TttuavUto.Fla. - 'Ii ; anywhere. This season's
special favorite. If
you say blue ,
ory'
Attorney. .- 'and Counselor.' NEW YORK i FASHIONSPattern ,
At'Law gray Serge, we're read ; single or double breasted suits:
every
Will poetic la all Coats: .SUU sad Faiara :
-. For a Dainty Princess Co4i Designed by If ,. o season's favorite \ You know our qualities, our tailoring and
.
-
Hudson & Boggs Martha, DeanJjNo; 6452 I I our styles. You Will find them hard to equal at our prices.J .

.. tile am-- .i4. .. DOt only chic but J
Attorney sLaw .. becoming and Islja feature of .erjr w.lldrvaaed I
Tcrwmley adding-, Miami Florida woaan'" wartrob Th gowa
shown U of aoft'slU and finished decol-
t lots for evening1 |tr.ar. Th quaint.hu '
$6.50 $8.00 I
, P. 'f.'su. _. Y.D., 7 \, .effect about obtained the DeCk it> the unique draperies and fetrhlnc.mad of lai. $10 and $12

more so b the fold of dark velvet
.......... UIIIM with'K4 Cross FhamarrWh ; which accentuate. the center. The aleevra I I
.lIIhue +Nru.1torus
...
ye an .eI rufllM of lace to
&"t' ICIHA
mach the The fitted portion of ,
KUJ. TLOBWLDr.
the gown laid|n box plaiu and ditched d
any desired dujtanc*, wm of the ner.eat .
: g 1 French gown* being tightly! fitted to
James M. Jackson Jr.
.':, the "-L .' If one li quits render the I
Stung about than waist may b* effected "
Of fk Corner I Ill St.and Are.B by, thlm and t.. result b* exceedingly
aft and graceful For a gown of a len
Opposite Halcyn- Hal !$l I diiny nature a:'yoke and deep cuff of .
1 !' f I Mm* contracting; material mar be arranged > y
IIoarsJ{ It11IO; 10 8 .. R. W. 1
H and a* 1 tt. c&roUhlng be don
a*.deslnd. The Snodel If not dlOcult to Rhodes
tt eon.tnict and K iultabl* to soy eon materiaL -
D R. W. B. RUSH. d'I l w? For the! medium size ten &lid'UU.fourtu
r4 a pf tblrty-alx inch
Offlc-i27tb aUaet Tbon 41. material are needed. No. 116:. sixes! C M I.
41 Inches built m4mlure.DIRECTIO
a.wan.;.::1)8 N1iII.: .
Jlt.uu.nA. I ? ron ORDEKING Men's Outfitter
'
t tt
"'n4'SO cent tit thl olBce. give number
.f .t;tits pattern. No. *t and Mat ala.d.-
lfd. It will lhr| be sent to you by mailpontpakL '
J.H.F., Mull ett.M. D. o. 1 ; Be .ui* to writ alataljr and always
give full drag 8reral day .
must b* allowed for deuvry of pattern. 322 Twelfth Street : ) : : : Miami Florida:
Offloc: Boom 8 and 4 i 'j
FriaMll Banding'aonr.lo -t"' .- I I h': 1
-
[ .. m. to 12 m. S to 6 p.ID I

,,, Rwidenoe 1'1,10tb street. HER ,THOUGHTS.< It, j ji.I -


FRED ,RUTTEB.Itacral .. ''iii 1 1.I Southern Marble & Stone Co. LOW

Contractor.BlMtlnc. 4 HOOAN, STREET.JACKSONVILLE
Grading. H.aoauartarsfor I.

W.IU DrUlwd...Sidewalk Building Stone, Marble, etc.
RATES
MOSAIC AND TILE WORK I 1
[W. C. Maynard, .I 1i i

ORAJDUATEOPTICIAN wef FOR FLOORS BATH ROOMS MAN TELSJ ETC. VIA ,

WIth Maynard Son.Jsjwwtar MoM Us, GCMT.I Cctneterg Work tif.Larfft I' 3

A'.s..D 'Nut lo rat Oats. Works OaucIM Facilities Loa Feadag. I Prompt Seme.
SouthernRailwag J

GEO., L. McDONALD I

pray Ewu.r: I

t r?gm.ga.e CabdlvidUr Laads a spaouliyFLA. M. J. Yarborough {
'1t7000ANUT
GBOVL ;
'I
I
r ALTER, C. DECzARMOA.ro 1'' s1IY+ Ii Contractor and Builder

13140 New Hires, Coax. and r>

Lteot. Builder of the Palm Beach dotel I tnra. Tickets oa sale Jn M.
limited June. EzteuIoa .I...

0>AT.C .J41am1.F1a House Moving a Specialty $0, 1S4X. 8to"T.rt, WI41act.oa. -

Baldmora. PalladwlpUa Lad

PUc= Chapman House Miami. Florida New York

P.W. CHAPMAN. Prop. I SUM Boston. Mau, U4 Nton.Tlektu ,

tUt ear "T. t>adal BT tile was oa eaJe 107 n .. Jn I
an smi. a Uri south .... Sect._tile IEtaMaaa
ou& (IaaaJwta .laieag U* a<*saf..Urtorlaa. I t i July II. 1K4. Stop orara, Wash.laltoa .
5.4 prMu" .oat... .. .
MeUqIIIIaf. aaaOosaakataiaf.tVriray. i w.JBrown BiJUmort Pbllade1phl
.FloridaA.W.Graham F t1jJ ih'J1I' New York

1 w nc." Ah.Tflj., N. C, tai "tan.
griiIJtliiIit1'tw/ : 1
Tickets oa sato JUM T. 1, '. 14.

tractor and Builder 15. 18. limited JUM J7., 1M4L I

SatlsfactlraQBeinuitMd. A': Sanitary Pt.Cf Lottlartll, Kj. sad ntwrn.Tlekau j

F oa sale I.... !.'u. U. I
M a fa..y.atwet sad saw ye.aso a Pldmber limited Jose U. Kxttnaloa JmlrfU.II
It.s..s.er tasi.k.1, loud pain sod Issl Mu'WAM sr,you *hieklq s1.vt try Lsrr., ,. ;
s.l w yw. P.O.bus I'71.M ass IJ.a Only, hew nice M weld be to hewe a ra y Mnsnisii are sinial"EVDI 33 io4.

d Hot Springs Va. and rt ra.
rt TypewriterRepairing T- --. '\- : I Tickets oa sale Jon 1,'It, n.
limited
June
-- if. UOC

IN, THE JUNGLE.r 1019 Aye. D, Miami IK.es Kaorrllle. 'Teaa, aad.retan.Tlekeu :

oa sale Jane 17, 11. 11. '
*. C PRESTON. j *Cr> Penmate ............ a rnnalnr lOre oa lair leg which had 21. 24. SO, JaJj T. 14. IS limited
.9th St. P. a Box 311 rfV tortured her SS long yean. GreatestaaUaeptic SO fln,*IfO a*.day*. Ezuaaloa- Sept

f- WIIea"" I ....a arajjm at Uroa- heater ofjpCaa, woaada ask
sores lie at all drug ItonI.I .U... AaheTllle. H.
C, and ncan.
cmil
A. EhmanqArchitect 1&. Ho. vittts-TTJ. Dwyer BOW of
I Ticket on sale Joae 24. 27. U.
,.. Orartrffle, Mo. "tare of my caaton ''CREDITOR limited July 10. UOCIt.SS
era "permanently cored oC eon NOTICE TO *
umpdoa by Dr. Kings New Discover I $ Monteacle, Tean. and retara
Palm Beach Florida and are well and strong today. One II I Tickets oa sole Jane 21.JO. July
est Court of tae
In
County Judge State
was trying to tell hla property and of Florida. I I. I. llml'ed August SI. nOC. Ka-
more to Arizona but after using New 'i' j tension October SI. 1IOC.
Merrill & KolbEstate Discover, a abort time he found It In re Estate of j]
unnecessary to do to. I retard Dr.i Jacob Hansen. j Dade County.; 13110 Milwaukee. Wit end rttnra.
Rentals tt K1n '. New Discover at the most To all Creditors, Legatee*, Dlstribn Tickets on sale Aag. 10. 11. U.
etc.
tees and all Perapns having Claims j MmlteJ Aq. 2S 1904
wonderful medicine In existence.
e.t.ta Mi..ded \ ; t I or Demands against said Estate.: !
Surest Cough and Cold core and
!
tear 12th St., Miami. Fla. Throat all and Lang nealer. Gauutee41 I notified You and and each required of you.to present are hereby any Passenger <&< Ticket Office .\
.:. by Jmnliu. BOc and
: claims and demands which yon or>
DR. E.- M.. 'LAWDENTIST Co : u. bottle tree i i either of you mat(hare against the 108 W.
:. T- I estate of Jacob HaSeD. deceased late Bay Street

:; bt\. .::;,. "' ., ..,- I I A Mountain of Gold lot j I Dade county FloVlda, to Ae undersigned i I .
I.-= II executors ofj said estate within
I I
'-f's.. C:..: I .iI.... two years from he date hereof. i. C LLJSK
Finlcy"Bonding could not bring as much happiness to i iMrs. i Dated June 8. A.;D. 190<<. I
Artistic Work 'Thorou&hlrExec..ted Mr. u... "'CII11cIr-'ou mutt be very careful how |ou play ."Ounct'l" thoeoilel' I Lucia Wllke, of Caroline, WI,.. CarlHal Larsen, I District Passenger AgetJ.ckscnvjUe
.Ji...Ie. It wee e ily ,..w.-de, that the roeodile was run *vr by an aut. as did one 25c box of Bucklen's Aral s Anderson
vita the Meat Modem Appliance ca Salve, when It completely cured I' 1DsRtseL I FloridaaIQIiT


I




*LH: >ISLg&ua'451' 'ei,.:;t:%;eia.-,:..".,... -...:.; ""' ';;,. ''''l..",."I ..,..w.c.. ...",' _..:.:,,;..... .. ;....,.,; i J, -'.. J .-"V'vJt .' ., t



.J.JI .

LI'I : .

.+ twl! THE DAILY MIAMI MaTROPOLlB THURSDAY. JUNE 21. IMt IOH1r PACE(

PAGE r:OUII ..
," q
f.I LINE SOUVENIR SPQONS' Watches and JewelryREPAIRIN !

Souvenir Post Cards .,. Sts .. LARGEST( ; Of

'I I TO ,Select from in Florida at .


20 cents dozen ._ WHALER'S= JEWELRY STORE I' ...


.-

r. NEW YORK FASHIONSPattern

t WELLS & GRAVES
x
STATE DEPOSITORY CITY DEPOSITORY For Boy's i(Outing Shirt Designed by Ii

..
Martha I Dean-No. 4773 Are prepared to execute
order in their
THE In this age of shirt waists th* email. boy .
I !
.
U Dot forgotten but coax: In for his .

FIRST NATIONAL BANK: I ,I share of this UMful, artlcl TKrjdfdcn:'I 1 Millinery Department

r shows a wales mad most .tm lyvwlih! a '

pointed poke In back and a pork t, on the 4773 I Designers of the latest Summer style, hat
MIAMI, FLORIDA
left *M* to front. It I* modeled after fa- f

i I th r-. shirt of the online ftvl''* tnd f will I Ladies Tailoring DepartmentFor

then..for* p1... the lad. The rollnr mar ( '

Capital l : : : $50.000Siffplus ; b* mad rm the shirt or omitted ....,.? Eton I i treeU carriage and evening costumes.
i I r /lf waists, tailor gown and coats
collan tuhctltuted. 1.1_madrsi or w to I I
'
Profi-s; $13.500
and .
F I In* or French flannH mar server** material 232 Twelfth Street Miami

Ii and little time and npT* ric.. annecemary
Assets. over : : $500.000 i to Hi aattrfartory reprAdocrloa.In i --t I '
.
f fEo the mdhim ..U. tile pattern jrall tor t

two and thir. fourth. yard of thlrtjr-lx .'

M. BRELSFORD.EDWIN President A. WADDELL. Vice-President : Inch material. No. 473. ...*.. I It to M

W. H. SPITZER. VicePresidentEDWARD rear*.
.. C..ROM FH. Caahlor. I ,
-
DIRECTION FOIL ORDERING

Send M cent to this oftI .. (Iv'* number Os Special Offers

4' of this pattern. No. CO." and stall sIn, de

sired. It will then be sent lo'rU by _11poetpaJd.
Per centCpald Dissaving-comp undediQuarterly. and we require ...
p7M.4
r' '. no notice Intention withdraw apart Be wire to writ. .nd
0,' or all of your deposit I way give felt ..sd...... Several day
:|! For the week ending Saturday June 23
-
iSi nut b* allowed for delivery of ,pattern.

'I 1 I

_
-- y

> I 1I THE NAVY DEPARTMENT (THREATENED TO LYNCH NEGRO, Ladles umbrellas worth 59c I Linen Towels, worth''' 2Se ..

'a J'' ... ,j CONVICTED 75 cents, at............ at...J.. 1 In.\
-- _
? I
RELIEVED I Baltimore, June 21- .\ negro T>y Boys' Wash Suits, worth Table Damask worth JOe OQ/
F; ,t,..f OFFICIALS ARE name of William Lee convicted for $US at............... 9& at ........ ...... .' .. JjC
assaulting several .om nwal brought
.
f here today from Norfolk. Va. A number Men's Night Shirts word Ladle Shoe, worth
t' of threats to lynch the negro were 7$ cents at............ 59c at ........ ...... 9.98
made but no demonstration baa yet '
Actual Secretary of Navy May f Employ taken place.'RICHARD )len'. Trousers worth)1 )len'. hoes, worth :
; Bargains rl I $%.50 at..............:. 0 11.11 atBoys'.......... ....x..1.5 u
oi
Counsel to Defend Captain
)" ; f" I !' IVENS MUST PAY Men's Negligee Shirts, art150c Shoes, worth'fj: >5 I
75
jt. r I II Boat Which Got in Trouble in PENALTY FOR HIS CRIME worth 75c at........ at .......... ..,.... .
f .1 "
I Chinese Waters. Sprln lIeld, I1U. June 1-: The 'Supreme La41(.' Lace Hose worth 19c Infant' shoes to [ere 1 19c
- I > : Court of the State baa declined U coots at..t out .t.--.t..
-; I he of I
in case
I Interfere further
..
to
I White lawn aprons, worth Ladles''tesalnt Bacon**
f will 19c 39c
: J ,:':'', h At HeMiami be Richard hanged hens for the and nur tomorrow"'r >'f Mr ne Bra- I U'cents at..t worth Tic at......;...

t: I Washington June 21- As the result 'lie HollUter. a Chicago woman. i Ladles' Ribbed Bos. Is I fU Ladles' Walking 1t/rta.3.50> /

J of a decision .rendered by the worth 15 cents at.... worth 14.50 at...
Comptroller of the TreastfrjrJ Nary ENGLISH SCHOONER SUNK
officials have reller- BY DUTCH TANK SCHOONEF White Counterpanes, are 9& Ladles' Walking Skrta,4.50
i; Department" been worth $1.25 at........ worth 15.50 at.... ...
,. ed of a great burden and the captainof
Danish schooa
I I Dover, June 21The
the collier Alexander, stationed at
er Bertha, hailing from England anr
' Hong Kong, will probably sleep i hereafter ,the Dutch tank schooner Americas I'' I
without disturbing nightmare' I collided near South Goodwin light Cohen &
)) Shoe' Compan: In witch Chinese Jails have a prominent ship this morning. the Bertha heirs; I, Isidor Company30312th
part. The comptroller has dis- so' badly damaged by the colllsloi'
covered that lie Secretary of the Nary that she quickly sunk. Eight of he !
may legally employ laweyers to deFend -I crew were drowned before assistant Street Miami, Florida
5 .. .. I the captain of the (Alexander could reach them. t
4 igalnst a $10.000 damage (;suit Instituted i
4, .. it } : }{ ". ". ; rl I against him by the owner of a KIM HAATON RECEIVES f
_ii. lI't 1.I. Chinese Jnk which his vessel sank. 8EPCIAL AMERICAN EMBA8S' _. -
I
'
It believed hat there .
At lint was PIPE DREAMS THAT} COME TRIM
'" authorization In the statutesr
ras no Jane 21- The specU
.. regulations for the employment of I TrondJem. w He can afford to I sadie U an
I "" ,American envoy to the coronation was
1 pipe!, trap and drain in
egal counsel In the case and It looked ,received this morning by King HU- are
'" for a time as if the collier's cap repair. Else iris
ton.
aln. If found guilty, would be oblige I O PINE PLUMPING
; io to tome Celestial workhouse and.irealc '
I go dream would turn iof _
,
a
I rock until he had '$ the j OHIO STATIONARY ENGINEER
famed Spring- here be[ that
careful
TATUM & CO 20000.( |I I I avton. 0., June eDIegatea reprot.enting !. t dew drop from your eeinag a mf :
j. H. According to the report received I every one of the eighty aaao- 1 sudden crop of holler (eaki awaltr-' : ,
d. ly the secretary of the nary, son at.J I nation of Stationary Engineers in the as 4' ., Send for us when (you want ape
ter the accident which Recurred at I State are assembled here to attend ,, plumbing at low rate*. Finest
Hong Kong.the captain and crew of I the State convention of the Ohio division Itary work on new aad old Job gate
.he junk were to blame rorjtbe; trouble of the National Association pftattonary ly Jone. |
; b la the junk ,was afterwards raised
REAL ESTATE Engineerswhich opened. her* H. F. eCRUOOt A co.
It Is supposed that tbs owner of the today. j
raft demands the money for the scant Nearly five hundred members pd 11. AVENUE D
ill crew had. for there wU apparent.' delegates are here and their head|
11' no great amount of lo L quarters are ..ttbe Hotel
.""The Alexander was proceeding very In connection with this m AlKonqI'IU I a SHOE YOUR HORSESHOE tea
r. Special bargainon 11th 1 St.. only $ 400 lowly to an anchorage." jsaj the of- highly Interesting e
Iclal report of the accident "moTlng latest appliances and supplies for stationary YOUR MARI
: Lot on Twentieth Street; only g 500 i iY hrough the water at about one knot engine ls being held at the I
.. in hour ajcalnst the current ,'benier hotel any Ume :yon send them a.roa4tthe
'. Two lots in "Bay View" for only 31.150; 'captain observed. Chinese junk .." n t: Job right with oonalderaUoa
I rrosstcg the bows of thE1 collier, and the Public
Explanation to f
r '
'" "Riverside" lots from '$150 to $1250 I IG I IIf I under such circumstances of wind, "Sl i your animal's feet and roar poet
current and relative movement of Tha'.weather permitting, there J '01Ue 1i ':..ti ia a .. Long experience tempt: us Into
he vessels as would har. enabled hero a parade on July 4th. underline : tea; we know how 11 sad do
: 'you want, a.home in :Miami. Riverside: is the place to get it. pass clear of the collier, but for auspice of the Red ilea:,: This Is fvrrr, lore owner ir M> place<< *Jua i iImal
,Jut stop a minute,and think for yoursel. "All these lot have he fact that she undertook to goibonU ', not done to spit*' anyone thing or cite.rYti .
city water\' ...erage, electric light, and wiUahave a street car The captain of the collier, things bat 'to :perpetuate a eastern ,In.our :. r
tin 30 day and yon are in less than S'btucks ot the post office|and leelng this Immediately f reversed his of.th* Re4,Men. to celebrate the rfth'
,if bay a lot from, us the bridge i* free forever. We ayeGold tnglnes. but the junk being C unable wblclI.d., U the greatest holiday of ,. ,J.:A._D> NN
'YOR $ :
more than 160 lot over there and have not:* nur-will nut sell to gain headwaydrifted' against the, the.Red.Un.. -W.-therefore'uk'' all
bow of the steamer andwas) Injured. who can to decorate In honor, of he
one, to build shanties on. The buyers lire all well-to-do, 423 tJ.vettth Streat. MUaU.REG .
to any '. Jnes were thrown to,the junk, but Declaration of Independence and alto .
and will build only good house FiTe tone one* are just IeIOglcompleted .
he Chinese crew did,not UM them, to parttojpate In the parade.e
and two more foundation laid. We'spect more Ethan md the Junk;, drlftlngj (gainst tike y program for the dar will be announced
It i ail fine lan4 and ? .. .
this
to be built there snmn.er. '
20 house mrrent, 'weat c down_wheh'-some dieInee later. -
r no hamock are near to harbor mosquitoes. We mean to bijild a,: J ast nu.her'crew(hiring bees ) C. Grave*.
ea wall on that side of the river.and a bonlevird. sole efpect; K-the.meantime'taken[off "by tbt W. I. Sharp. I ..- .,. -- (
'to be treer from insect than any epot in Dade County.: tots, oats L the Alexander] The junk A. I. Sherman. I -
tile tame dUtance from, the poet o ffice bring from $ 51-0 to 5000.: las since'been raised.'but the owners J. F. Montgomer: R'r
Come OIL buy now. where you can have your boat in fresh dater lave Instituted suit. naming '%0,000 "
and free from storm and yet a perfect the nvej. If, tamages against the commanding of, J. F. Hoffman C41Itmlttl' ,I .
yon want to build a good house, at breezejrom loan tOO the Seer of the collier." t Chairman ". 'F '
s at 8 cent. wldcb will cost you one half|*hat' p- -t .. '.'" !'t1
money per -
you are paying rent.. We mean to make this the resident portion | ;''I, ,) 1 :-. .LJ c
of the ity and yon will certainly ,regret. it if yon don \but ,

before we advance price I .. Bargains, at (The Armstrong Grocery Co. t


.u o

--- I !
-- --
--
- -. .. -- .._ __".. .. ..

j fOIt filtST Horse S Ii' oe_i m IT i 1 Carries a& ir.any l..e.er..*: climb wore hill: doe* just an
.
.
; . .
CLASS Fresh dozen .. 22c
i (T 1.'- Eggs, per ; i fast: use less g:'lC'1iue and tire: ia safer a-d jrore easily
AND DISEASED HOOFS SCI: 1 \ 7 bars Octogtii Sop: for. . .. .{'-.2Sc: *.. I ft>ntr'-li-.":- just as luxurious *iti l ISccanFers. . . .. . . .. .lOc I less f..r rcjMir t.an! many car.. tint .ell iard.|'bee or tpbl ,-
L. F. LaFontfsee 7..f; 7tH Sjurjjj 15c cad= Jcrn, . . . . . l&c' >t.. price. :: Send for the KK" took tUll tell! wry

l *-....__... -- : ", \ r \, t1fld. . . tr
:.;:n -ft---'g Chl1l'r.n I
.. ;:.Jtc',1

w E. A. Robinsfm J ; I 1! Miami Automobile 0.


Contracting Etegtricip ; 13th Street near Posfoflice"


Tel: 216. 1019_ ,Ave. D, Miami I forIt'.- Ail other Goods j at Reduced Pn ts "
'J j

: I
: I

.t ._ .i,, .
. ,, .
.
.. .... ..._ .



-


PACES i f'HE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS THURSDAY; JUNE 21. ItOsV PAGE FIVKIt

'

'Is the Quality and Hlstheiualltyand


the Price that make Everythipg ,For The House the ,- j-c tn.t Ills


.our goods popular ft cccs popul; r

I
'I ,

.. u Kitchen U ensils
Furniture Carpets Rugs AAattings .
__ i ,

.. ,
-

,. I of every description xPrank. ,



T. Eu d 'e I :12th Street, Miami. F :1 Orld': as

I
-

Office-Phon,35 i1J M. ',K ING PhoneOS SO Huylers cents per chocolates pound at and Biscayne bon bons Drug i

Most Any II"1 I Store.

Undertaker and Embalmer Mr. G. W. Reynolds prominently I II

4' I connected with the Empire Dry Goods [ ,F \
I3OO AVENU D store In this city, left last night for I l f dRL t,
'
DAy 'Baltimore! Aid. Mr. Reynolds l' '
: RESIDENCE 21 e 7 t1f 8TREEI goes ii.. ,; ,)
for a much needed reta and to re .' _.,
cuperate. He bag been in poor health .'
E '
I lor the put few months and has got ", ,., !.4*,, .0,.-..'

Is to be one on which ten to the stage where a change Is 'I t ,
apt /}}
necessary. Mr. Reynolds will be
; you will have to purchase f llerSOIl l41 }v i1lole )J gone about a month and It Is hoped /..I tIJ': I'' :.-;:.1r',
. ,
., ... he will. return In perfect health and Three Peaches 1i I .J.

j r'; spirits.Breeder CM,Peach as* '} ,t : J

A )lr. and Mrs. C. R. Rooney are now r If|on want the very best ask your wants to list year property Peach Mellow
" located in New York for a summer's 'grocer for Blue Ribbon Lemon or 's"un- Much
I Praise
I- I Did cyst drfnk H) i is
stay I I !UIa.S Absolutely pure and aged nu- T
t|! ttil ,ij has the famous "Blue Ribbon TER-BECK.REAL ESTAT& AfRS. MeALUS- <. CT and right makes to that as thJntrfiut cool:
I yon Bestowed I
f l S WEDDINGGIFT Mules and horse for hire Miami Fla, r. ai aa K d cucumber.etn't Tat Il

I Transfer Stables. a1'the 1\ Summer rates 'at the Jtat&erford get -ell.aM ,.. upon the Norma Martins dga b
rt 3i Frank Qantler. a traveling man Boarding House Sit Ninth streetBessel.t I ci t drink too txxb.cnutpS those who smoke It regularly. A 411
: "' Small who resides J on 3rd rep mtlng one of Jacksonville's ;AI noM deserves all of It. No better cigar wu
street Is visiting In Dayton, a few mercantile houes; was In town yesterday wane te net yew property ever sold for I cents Tat w t7
r weeks. II". taking orders and left this,
;, Is uniform and excellent Many( at
,
ing for points up the coastHpylers
mor _
t
the
double
;:
proce are not nearly 10
The government suction dredge
g BEE: iota MCALLISTER-BECK 'B' gad
chocolate Florida bound from the Indian River I
'
1 ABOUT REAL ESTATE I! and bon bona, But that Is
to Tampa In this and only one good tht g ta
came morning
., 80' *na-per pound at Blscayne Drug,
' this stock ofCIGARS :
- Stork "*' Is at the terminal dock coaling ap.preparatoQ' ,
Mr. G. A. Rbodes '.toiLtght to
: We'll be ready for you when the extension to work goes as mechanic,I to resuming her trip to SixthAcmeBottllngWorbs lkr'... Wes M tM to. r>sar7I AND TOBACCO

the ay been the coast the than
up opening up Jupiter space we command Perhaps
1// term *t- Miami Conservatory of j
Goods at the RIGHT PRICESMAYNARD&SON For Rent Two story house, mod I )Music? Inlet and Gilbert's Bar Inlet and It win be snfflcient to say'tha the
p. era Improvements; choice ocaUon.,i I S ,I having finished the work there has 1 cigar. cigarette and Dip smoker can
i been ordered to Tampa to take up IjSQUITI get here anything he wants.
X. B. Keen 7, 133 7rh street a| it-. Cy Hopkins, the well "known
similar work. This dredge Is one of
has| bait player. who has been hen I Ii KlLts
the bent of Its kind her huD being
roeeter wants to list yur for|the past few months, left las !I II MOSQUITOES
entirely of steel
'; and machinery of the
night for TftnsTille. He will return+j latest Improved make. Capt Bee 're* MI: HAYESThe -.1
In 'lime to be here for the celebration i
," Miss Lennle Seale wffl ave on ,I, formerly in command of the government
Saturday for a few days :.visit In St.,nl'ilJ month. I dredge Snwanee Is In command. Cigar Man
Augustine with her cousin Miss May't' B T ALL DRUGGISTS ,
VELERt anti OPTICIANS .. .......... I
lene Seale. | fgROMI111 m. w. III. BROMIER will allot yew rents OPPOSITE HOTEL BISCAYMIB.

t 'MtOIIIoe II..... PIer.. ''ti (Ii '. -- -
'
t" Woodmill for sale, good profits and ; Rpr Sale Well established mensmall Picture names mace to order. The 1-
Investment J. H. Tatum A:i i cankfle business paying 1290 a month Racket Sides.Umbrellas :
.
Hawkins .. L La*tr J. E. Lumen II.
Mrs. E. G. McAllisterBeckReal C Co. grow| profits for about 1,800 on .
i terms. J. H. Tatum ft: Co. 1 repairea and recovered.
Mrs. C. W. Gardner re to ned Ala )I I.. Leave at Racket Stop The Miami Grocery Co.
week visit In !I.
few
Estate morning after a ) I )lrL Annie Webb the popular pro I :;
the,West prietrrss of tie Webb Hotel at Dull BROMIER mews care InveemiewtsGo ,
-- I'III! In town today making purchases I t Staple and fancy Groceries I

Rentals Insurance GROVES. COTTAGES ETC. IIRS.|Mrt. Webb Is going to hare her hotelMcAI.usTERBECRL I to Martin's Shooting Galleryand rRUITSandveGtTABItS .1
J ipa I &led this summer which will make win the box of tine cigars that are .
Iti'bne I of the best appearing year- given for this week's ; sa ,
away bJeheltICOI' On stock of crtxerie. is and think
E we we
Is the In complete can p Ij
Mrs. C. H.' Johnson among round* hotels the county.
" HatchettBldg. and don't forget the Winchesterrifle abo it everything required in the baking line. Our aim ia to
Offices Mlamiaaa off for a season's Urip. She j that Is
IL going for the month'shighest
will make a three months,!! stay at liar and-a half book containing sorce.BROMIER.. on); the best class of groceries and our pikes on them .
Suite No. 2. 320 1-2. 12th St Florence & C. ..SiBROMIER I full} description San Francisco earthquake Iou id to be right. Goods delivered promptly to any part JrCp
1 I Our fruit and stock fresh. Give
I and fire. Katie Soules. Cocoanut means REAL ESTATE citj. vegetable always us a
will collect; yMr rents. Grove Fla .
I -- s I Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Street Miami Florida
Huylers chocolates and bon bout L ,
THE RACKET ,STORESunrise Those desiring carriage 'nlre will I Irnrnlshe.l rooms at summer prices.Jit SO cents per pound at Biscayne Drug
receive prompt and first- class service 11th street Store.
by applying to Mrs. Arnold ;SOI 11th I 1 ; i .I ,

MI5 TIf[ lUtE Street -Phone 160. !the friends here of Mrs. Julia Wanted- Clean cotton rags at this -
Birltwlsch will be glad to hear that ,olllce.I .
Mr. S. W Johnson of I DeLand., sh4 Is recovering from the severe Ill- I ..
manager of the E. O. Painter ..oml- Des from which she has been gnffe. There are many peopr wno eaa
4 Alarm Clock pang was a visitor la.Miami J'etterInlt since last week. Her mother, I real human nature In the Uses of the
day looking after the Interests of his ijti. J. M. Feaster will not go to\ I band. They tell to their own satisfaction
'. flnn. heM home at TltnsvUIe since learning : what kind of a person carries JUST READand !
t ,... y. r *&"'''w',:;: 1'- t l oft' her bettered condition. Ikaggs 'the hand. There are others who can
1 Lumber, fertiliser. ,fanl e and I' 'I tell a man by the war he holds ate

; '..f:,..,'. heavy< freighthandledby) the Miami I cottage on Avenue C. for I head. There are others who can tell
, (t) Transfer Co. !n'aD7 part of,the: conntr rest to November 1st. finely furnishedj I by the penmanship what kind of a
:
#f : "
" for 125.00 a month. J. H. TatumEROIIER person he I.. and In each case. there U
;. ft pompany. much truth. -
A means ttaALr.ITATa. ; Did you ever stop to think that yon
,
if don't find what
: NOTICE can tell a firm by Its advertising! you
t*" 88 cents Mr.; and Mrs Radabaqb and t'bUrommlttfe on subscriptions a e Study the ads in this paper and you

it n dren.:,.ho.left;several day!: ago are re[juested to make dally reports fo I sin be surprised how true to life they want tell us of requirements

J located in Virginia where lihey have th' secretary of the finance comm are. This Is a better test of oar th'sory you your
, This is not the cheap article bought a fine piece of property and than any thing else. Ton know
usually sold for $1 but is more will remain about two years carryIng 1 the merchants and you can Judge how and we can come
on the silkworm Incfcwtry' Xor rs.Arihur W.Spitzer, of West Palm far wrong we are. v
often sold at $1.50. which Mrs. Radabaugh has becomeknown Beach came down this morning to There are the firms who bars been to
In Dade Coontyj spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. business a long time and hare a fair pretty near supplying them
. .. -- Spltzer at their home on 11th street. business at a good profit They an,
..WE SELL: EVERn-J4rNo-- Lost-Eye glasses; 'gold nose piece After he? visit here/Mrs. Spltzer will, satisfied to let things take their course
CHEAPER' and gold chain. Return to (Metropolis Joa her .'hatbaDd..ho has been liD Their aJ tells that they can be found
office and receive liberal. reward.I Grand Rapids the past two months at the sans old place and,their gooo -/I
W. jt'Chaile&1Son: ; t; > JV add they will make their home there are the same as usual so then Is now
-
to change the reading Dines their
o 'J' Anything rOTl.1I dou..4eft1b.; until fall. No. 152. Three lots on Are, D at $500 each terms hall .h
11'11'A.s.w O. Miami, Fla. I sewerage, landscape gardealng. roads I J ad stands the same< all the--year, and
built, lands cleaned. See rrtd Ratter a Typewriting clone at the MetropoUf ywaft.ryear. _
No. 153. lots Avenue D
uul'Aft'n Two and South
C and II Cant Annex at : '' Irma,:who make on Watce at ret
... Miami $ o>$ee arreasonable rates. t tMrs. .1 There' are oQer\ >
.
-,.' -, -.. -. ,- '... sensational runs of prices below'the D improved price $800 each or both for$1500.
I' I cost price and when you"'reaj H you
fafms H. H.- Bradwell look at once for the book for you know No. 154. Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for $2000. $1000 c i.b.bilance .
.: .dljM ) VINCENTj! Old .Virginia It Is a bait becass no man can sell in one year. There is a little -house on this pla..e w ich
r ,
v gr.MDd J tt_ ArenoeDj. f goods below cost unless he makes It P j* $180 rer annum. Property will make a good business site
1 other ,
Physician and Surgeon CBaate. Cbwp Hoots. Send up some way / -
There Is th Ann. with the stun
: 1 .":for free ratab cootalniog the Up-r 'Da.t .AilfioeryDry \ sentence "W'..want,yow money. No. 155. We can recommend: thin aa a good investment I Ont
remde Diseases Specialty
a "" 1"Jbe.statt That was a fool thing to advertise and is property there are six houses la good condition1; the yearly

nrldncsrfoa.t+a, ..t. OAca1IowI7tC 4larget 11 J .Coods;;Fancy, ,Notion! the "..taylfwaa ran showed.th* firm r ntal amounts to $720 and the price ts only $4750, with $7200c
!, '; I was new-hi'the advertising Held. It ah. aDd balance in annual payments of$500...
Residence 214,'14th St ;CasscIman & Co.; Fashionable Dressmaking I was ran until everybody was tired. \ 'W-:: .

Office: room 4< 6, 8. Hatchett, Bldg.i ." Call.and Inspect and the did want to ,
r RICHMOND, VA. I' I.I I papers, not printIt No. 156. One good two stoty house ,lacing the bay d 3
longer 'Then that inn madea
i 0 -"" sY +"; .' .. !. change any. of front and advertised that I luable Iota for$3200 terms $700: cash'and: Ht'"*ce to suit. .)

!'they would fill any order mad to the I No. 158. Three four room, two atom fo thethrees
cottages price
,Dade :Conniy,.Agency I' IUMM irejjWl J cataloujne house for I cents Isss than
It could be_delivered from Chicago. $3000.) ) Will sell separately. We, can fire. ,Ttry li eralX
... .' ......,...... Grocery !Bargainsf Everybody said It could not'be don term s on these. Ask for them. ::::: "
hut the firm made good their promise .
jji :" and that Is always tb test of value of J I.1 No. 159A new two story..residence-facing >the bar, t

\ 'OL'IVER' V ) ( ofiiursda June21...-") aJrertistng. Their ads ban been of outside the city on the Biscayne. Drive. Price $2500,'with t fma,
iri :; .., f V the Und that It takes very Utfle effort
J I for the mind of the observant. Intelligent oJT $800 down baL $300 per annum. If yotrwantsomethin. new .
'Large'calls,tomatoes for!. .10 e render and buyer to see that and attractive, this is the place to buy.Brossier&S.

Good rice, 4 pounds jfoirl! i ... |25c i they are-,up'-' to "date ,and leading lal

Silver Cow: Cream, pea;' dozen . . 80c I, their MIAMI Ha* HARDWARE COMPANY., I J

TypewriterNew 7 bars Octagor: Soap 'I .. : 25c -W.wutThe your mover

Strained honey;"x per' quart. .. . + :. .20c j -- -
"
Lump Starch pet pound . . . .05c I
and MermaidAsk
Second-Band f i i it J" f. (C. << '
If you want Obelisk' Olour we have it n
sale for rent ; II III '
for or Our Fort Dallas Coffee, Jis the best 25c Coffee ,

I ,
I I II Ii


i I Magnolia Grocery Company.,, Judge Heyser I, Real Estate and Rental Agents


i

84. D and 4th Street] I 2oo}{ Avenue D Miami Flo rkfatttUHT

: Phone Cornet ,/ivenue At The Auditorium




I 4 ,JI I, .


1a 1--

'.>f ... -"-," ._ .'::acF:'.<:.,,. -,.. ,.....1 1 _' '..C.,64i. "<".....'...,.'*.f'iiI' ..'.J. >!..Jd ., ;/I".s-. ,. ;;;"' .... -



I t L; I
#
K DAILY MI Ml MCTOPOUf THURSDAY. JUNE 21. IMC EIGHT PAdta
PACE. IIX
--- -- --
I

----- 1 1 SEWS AS;'BOUSE F ,..w It Wa. D.... -- f. I' .

.

Huyler's : IS TORNDOVN" N NI f.{ Great- Sale! Table' Linens



I and Napkins .{

Fine Atlanta Woman Refuses te Move I

and Wreckers Demolish
W. M. Burdine cuts prices deep in the interest of stay home people. Sale for. 10.days only
Chocolates Bo.s-Over Her Head! t



LIES NEEDLE UNCONCERNED Bleached Damask

and !I .
I 1. I
Ponce Have to Carft Her
I Finally
We Mil only the quantityof
Bons Still Sewing u o
Bon Away. J each number advertised
j
Nothing UWMUI Had : "H 3 carvi-J out his own fortune.Nobsense ." i I
Happened I He married lt." I .
: ---
-- --
[ will, he bad to cut out a lot of oth.
80c lb. f.tlowa, didn't I
ber-Indlanapolii
per Utterly Indifferent to what ifjts co- er Sentinel 4 pieces of bleached Damask, 58 8e 2 pieces bleached damask, an Hnen 68e ,.
'
tug on around her. Mrs. T. It.| lchfe Inches wide, price 35c, sale. 62 Inch, price 85e,this sale -
....
1.
I K..w Tv. 1Cs..I.
wbo now calls herself )t s| Elleu
Hampton, ut In her home. lbOLiitie 4 pieces ball bleached 62 In.linen / 8c2c 2 pieces bleached damask,an Un- 82

t venue, Atlanta Ga.. wblle tMJbuikl. I I' Price sixty-five cents,this sale. en, 70 Inch, price $1, this sale. C _
wa being torn down over berbead.
tug 1 piece mercerized Damask extra 2 pieces bleached damask all liaen
Sbe bad dmHded she w 1d not 98c
BISCAYNEDRUG' more from the dwelling, and IInboU:;' nice, price 75c, this sale. . 72 In.wide, price 1.25, sale
abe wa repeatedly asked. to vacate,ate fit
stayed just where abe was until only ( 3 pieces bleached damask linen 18C 4 pieces bleached damask,aU UnI L I 8Napkins

the floor remained, and iCie races. carried Y 3a, '. 62 In. wide, 65 and 75c, at. en, 72 In.wide 1.50, US- .
still sewing. -
way In ber chair
'
COMPANY Carpenters knocked off the Rafterboards. !. '\. [ I I
Sblncles. fell In sbowefs about
bee Tbe sound of hammer a64 saw / I
Sales AgentsTel. ring In her earn, and still she sajj, there. I (i iI
;
apparently obllrious\ to everything q Towels

This frail tired woman 'bolU not
care about: a bouse ruuiMlnil1! down I If,# I
3, Cor. 12 St. Ave. D over ber bead was once )Ulna Ellen i{ 10 dz. Linen Napkins, 22x22, 10 dozen Hock Hemmed 'Towels,
I 41/
25c
Hamptou. Sbe married T. H. bleat) I one-fifty8one seve -ave..1$128 17x32, three for .. . ..
Greenville 8.G. According to q Iii i idI 1
ry. be was cruel to ber. and abe fled { I 19. dz. linen Napkins, 24x24, 10 dozen linen Towels, are
to Georgia. In Atlanta she tried to I $ 98 worth25c
G. M. DYKES get work, and attar cooking IS a private Mr|b Goodman-Do you ever think of two-fifty value, now. 0 ., 1 16 e, DOW two for. ..
family for ..ven.IYo'f''q fe wall '
rte fAod old saving. -It to more blessed 10 dz. linen Napkins 24x24 dz. an linen hack towels
334 Tenth Street left without employment. Sb.4Iecur.da $2 82 Twenty 2n
room in a bouse at 180 Ladle I venue. to gtte ing than Fkod-Yo.to receiverBo When 1 get the three-fifty value,now . I8x$6,worth twenty-five cts at.:
AI kS.daBlacllw'dr.g! Md Rcpt.1Wartu where Sam.Watkins a carpenter. and |
'
W.... o.'-lt to Order bla wife llred. 1; gloms m I do.Cp Five dz. linen Napkins,24x24, :$Z 98 29 d%. an mercerized 20x49, are ''24c

The house was on a hillside find the. .eeel.tM Eetdr.... $44)0) value, now . 0 worth thirty five cents at. ... .
t10RSeSI10EING A Speciaftg. property was bought by a syndicate

building which wanted IotaWatktna to. grade the land;|| for Five dz. Linen Napkins,24x24, $3 98 6 dz. extra floe large pure linen 42c .. ,

and his wife did not' grant: to five dollar value, now 0 . worth 60c to,seventyfiveWe cts...
LcMomliWojjdcrful move Mrs. Richie did not carej:whether -
abe moved or not. only HIM WU .
not going to any trouble to |bunt a I I .
H home or to more. Tb three were repeatedly are still adding Interesting items to the >ariain counter. This sale win also include ear hoary sale e
J dealer I notified that the bouse was last week wherein we sold oar finest hoser, ; tor ball. .Val and Torchon lace from lie per, dz. yds.to Sc yfBurdini
{ =CURESi i going to be torn down but still they -
did not more I|
Infiamation, Cut. Bruises Burns. When the .workmen began jjo teardown
Chapped Skin, Rough ness"Black-Ii the building Watkins ind his
heads, Pimples and Eczema. Keep wife took their furniture and|r >Ued It i W. M. :
,Complexion, soft, smooth and fresh i In the yard. They remained there two I
days and ate their meals In the open .
Price 25c
: air. g '. 1' ;:
1
':Sold bj Biscayne Drug Company. Mrs. Eichle did not move.' Site said I afieabar.L::
!be M<1 only a vrrr few thtag In the
world ami she die not care ether I .

they were damaged or not Mark Oyster and Chop House
She sat In a'rocking chair |lQuif'tr!
.xew1n while the work of detoolttton
a H VI.) ( f Are Plum we alone thewill eial? PI7 Not now, I Meals at all Hours I

,.<"vMerritt.;' huts h. Urlne"iw nI ht.I I lon.
,
I Oysters bj plate quart or Ra

I 7bea r. Tfrr3, UeaUse red at all hours 410 12th Street. Miami. lo'lcindab.7

Ii i ,-, : ; 1 rIks
1": ; l'\: sstigate Before
Investing
,
.:.. ,. ,
", '.: ,
,
"' i .- .' ,
I Wind Power

& Kolb II Has >een adopted br the best people of the country as tb<
cheapest power for raisin water. Note the people who hay< :
/ { then they could hare steam, gas and hot air too if they wanted J
4b
i I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot thi .... u
14 CA=('. 3y with li*. Uedrent. But ,base eta and with my pump mechanism that I hare just bee .
.4 .I! f ither won't catch us. j I ted a patent on. I will guarantee to double the capacity ,
.' REAL'UTATI I Efror iierfectly nafu. Father flew :rain and life of any wind mill outfit. Any infringements wu
1 rsndl lust night and )be p osecuted. '
BARGAINS- dng (l both his wing ott.I .
,.

MIAMI. FLORIDA,. '. I .I. Win sal C. hf. PERRY Cocoanut Grove, Flortta,
t t
; :.: A

." .-.. ,
trial. drop IB u4 tab a loot at "'

S. JOT IM'UM,of WDOlatv. Dosrt tar Contractors AND> Property Owners

v aces DO'.or MIBS A aillULwaa rat ISM ysMfx

going .on. When tooss!ahtogt- .ROHaaJqvartara
ttWILL
JOHN
cam too near ber head an* roared bar If you don't want to SAVE MONEY)
chair a trifle brushed the dost. from far.'I"IIJ<<*.. we can't help you. If you do, come tt,
ber kp and went on sewing' jjp sid'Tnfnt tlthaat >lsoegsa'>tloaa

Tbe bar carpenters and every tried now to and avoid'than Injuring someone . T1e T. A. :McDonald 'C :

,
would reason with bar and beg .
her to get oat of the ham |fiI jj 1 Burkhart I, "

We' are'Now Ready to hurnlsb 'Bat.aba tba satth.rs root tb seirlng.* weatherboards.tb f t and bnj jour biildiol I I miteriiL !Long Leaf '

Socll tile rafters and lava war femorad 1\ LOCK AND GUNSMITH Telloi kinds.
Tribune ud tbart remained only tb. floor M, Pine and Cjpress of ill
Repairing
of tie workmen, called: the poUe and .' Expert We also sell ,Lime, Brick ((4 kinds). Cement,.Sash Door
to:send after the
tb officers
and othermales asked 1113 AVENUE!: C MIAMMiami
woman. A patrol wagon wits seat. "aRw what a Arm and prood' stay Moulding, and whatever else a builder requires .

of Bicycles and Mn. lUcfal weN ud taken'bar (Mr baa4q)eartOyjioaiasaloM arters. -I toasf-- ,baa hen aloes toss mat tb* mw aflat-baby brt eamrOh wafted I at lowest possible figure. r

8be offered no restetaacf'to tbepollet. a fir more tdgkb'I i "' I You 'KJnow wherewe are nth Street. Miami.,Fl< ridaI
our would ah*wrist aae. Tw MeatY .
I 'A Te.h Tall.
pottcenea picked op the chair fcad earl -, '' ., I ,
; :' '
rid Mrs. Blcble to the wagon. Tb: '
officers 'TOW abe did not mlaa, Utcb. I Market -
In the police mat I'DQ'.-rodm.. Xn.Rlchlaald -
: I ft! 'l ,1 I & Go Oliase&llarfl4yI
"When I bad ta ma from ply II Ear 1, T. A. renter; Prop. aS6. ; !
band I thought the Hmtt had been r< .
reached, and I barest carad since
Miami West Palm Beach
SUCCESSORS TO
:
what became of me I war narrted
very young: My husband ,Began\'to1: CHI SEa & HAHNEY Inc. Fire
treat me cruelly and about al 4.months ,
The bicycles andothergoods :, ago tried to .mother me. I htve b.enl' Floridaand I FRUIT ANDVEGETABLE
are the best stan working some, but I have foood life a Accident ana
hard road to travel This bone which
dard the market
goods on
they have torn down war bum.:.to BM. Western PACKERS .
Hartford end other Tires 1 dldnt care what they dWJwtth the Tornado
4:
old house or with me. I Cash Dealers in ,
Coaster Brakes fitted to old Meats .
....... .. Insurance I
..11 Kllta M4 Bt 4 tI t HU Crate :
wheels. An work "
guaranteed
A fl.4Mi stallion was gored to A"B'
Best flew, wheels for renl t t-y a boll which Jumped from seek Material
on a farm near Haledon. N I3. and ::fail orders receive prompt PIDELIT\ BOND
231 12th Street. Blue Front ai t nwhed at the ralnakle uteed.1 frUe bur attention
bad canzht sight of a red bket 1 I' |r acber-How many feet mats a I
Ickin o
which the horse was wrapped and raid? 1317-131? Avenue D LVRit 1
Carroll & Clark fore the racer could be Ube ted tx Jiftuny Two, If they>e aa big ace; Phone 23 Miami. Florida J JJ E End II >tL OLDEST !Glncy: Iv Ill MlI I II

bad been mortally wounded routs! ,
I -..
I I

1 I '




I 1 1I

,-, .,;...:.,' I I



i i 'I


EIGHT PAOM THC DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS THURSDAY JUNE 21; uoe PAGE aCVCM

t ,j1 .1
--I


MONUMENT 001-[ -.Florid 1 East Coast Railway.I ;



The Great Syndicate Sale CAIED ON RED II Local 'Ttaq Card No. In Effect t Jprfl .lf,.lllfSOQTL40Uli0"aLb .

i. DOWN JIOI1'S.IOC1J(>,.> w.

1 BANK GftTIlEFIFLD [- "
AT THE t I I O Salt RATIOS fc?

-: t I Imp. s s- )r. laekas.ut, s,. S a..
I I S "-Ualaeltr::II.. Ir i

I ,, s.o.sips.Spa. u to u1.ks eo.et.. ..--KaeI.'t 1"---'aI&tlta___. SS.Al Yew. .sea sea.Mr

- Store ,. .. .
Goods t
Empire Dry : h1 a ...
I ..
pm At. 14
r t taw a.. ...x awpa -
t 1 p lor -Tsum.:.Lo y
/l.pp.alp. ll.ope lltp. -..... Ma. -. M,.
NEAR WOODBURY N. J. .
.
327 Twelfth Street Miam! FlpricUittil a U 1U6 i I At..... 11 Port_.r 01u" ray ge,,--_.. _.. $u p. eh.us.

.. ... /
'r f U a I. .. 0...OraD,. .r.rf?J JSfcto" I 1IYp tI
Yp. B5.T .!>..Smmt
Will Continue Many Visitors Now in ThatCity I U i u Ar-_- .0,'l'tt1ll9tlla kUlU _. IF eu
k rArs Uliim
Including. Some ofthe .I 1 5'P 11 LSt leas +at -- E:; '- IAF .* *- 11mtps

j ; ..au. I Slips Upa". ...v. .. .. T..Cocoattefm r" Ian. $r-
Most Destinguished IMpcs. .. a.ckled,., J.,. sus. ,
If.M4Mm .
I. GallJ& ..
30 ItpI& .. 4Tt
Saturday Jun i 1l 1OpIa _.M.ibcer.-... u- .,..
Citizens' From New Eng- _. .. ..b. ... U.... ....
__ .sop .. k.1.aeIe U... U...
... *- .
Upasl ... MSaaaaK1 llrmSK2
land. ... _
II1pIa ..>__ fl.-*mllPIMM .
: &4_ ...m.r

Two weeks more of this great Southern Factory and Mill SyndicateSale. *a IOua:s '''.17101&'pIa.. .:. ..J L"M:::*.... .. MM.'_tiua"._ u_...,_....

Positively! no,extention granted AFTER TJHIS DATJE.. 11 I Vp. ..-- .leyssk.rlwalsa.... S.,...
30th J We lots of WooJbury.:! N. J.. June -Never $ 1. 1
June goods
Remember the laSt day, Saturday, havjj r t
: IS .
before!iliD its history has Woodbury ." ....esaida1.. .. ,..
in.broken sizes and odd lots that have been REMARKED it lower prices teen ss'large crowd of visitors and .Mie.. ..,... .... as74d-M ... I...: I.,. .
inch of distinguished men from Slaps r .. j.
than the original SYNDICATE SALE price. These goods fuuSt: be closed all parts array of the State and from Rhode 10.lass. 1I YlppU lop. fr '-soe.....aq.... ., Tv ...... ......

out at some 'price and we will _continue to ca y out this policy, from I The Island occasion'>nd Pennsylvania which was responsible today. I .-..- Kfc Y4 tilltnp./ a. ,..

time to time up to and including the laSt: day. There are niany lots being for the Junuluallnnux of strangers was lulls PutoICItI_1nIM.. ..-...-- )altf0.aptsthisNtriWNaMN.
and dedication of the .... ......,. .
don't off until the last hour the articles the unveiling << S D.ny .
closed every day so put buying monument erected on the Red Bank .
you desire may be closed. ,First come. First ser ired. ;Remember Satur- battlefield near thus town. .... ..., I ..... Ie.' ,

day, June 30th, will conclude the lad day of our-. ontiqu dlsale. State an early] militia hour began this morning to arrive and hereat by .==- ...,, ... 1.i-.."_ ..., 1U1POI11U1C1. ... alt INIp wf I l

nine o'clock Woodbury resembled a '
s wso* '--1 ? tstmast
..
mllltari camp more than a peaceful :
>la IMItwtUeha ; 1
town. Every house was decorated Ii. toplOlaW.. II
bands played martial 1tDI1I6 .plO ,.at.ad0 VN
with flags military .. UCIIIa u M. t oo> t 11
: : tor tunes and soldiers In dress uni I
Empire Dry oo4s $ half forms past marched 9 o'clock through the signal the streets.was given At ramscm :pup occnBrfAi STEACBIF CMBECTIMS AT BIB. .

.1I I and' they! soldiers started on their a.. fSMffllOSl Us> si ..... wftk llsssiiilss. ef tks f. 4 0. L S'c..,., lw
followed
I march to Red Bank. They
Broad street to Hessian Avenue and avana and Key West
,J. R. ELLIOTT. Prop etof
thence ,to the old battlefield two and .

0" .1 -' -....., ., ... a half mlle' distant soldiers tooka Two Sailing Each Week.
Upon1 their arrival the .
.... short rest and at half past eleveu ,,.. Paa.. g r. at Ship's SU*. fUstf T.a.s/st .

---- .- ---. ----;-----. ------_--_-__ -__----. .- _I_! __ .t'.' ISI 1 the drill and sham battle began. GOT. ..... ....... ...............
Pennypacker of Pennsylvania, Governor E.-... ... tMvbl sa lite.... w.sal
ik stM
FOR 5 CENTS FOR 10 CTS =
I Utter of RhoJe Island and their ,.. J der ...., ... '---
i MstchJBoxej Comb and Brash Cases respective staffs viewed the manoeuv- P.t tks> LOCAL TIMS CARD Other I--
Box Toilet Soap Mincing Knives ers with great Interest There were: CefJI
ir Miami Business Directoryi A. B. C. Plates Meat Forks also several thousand spectators of SEE THE TICKET 'GENT.D. ."

Jellle find,Pp Plates Broilers or Toaster less edge prominence of the battlefield scattered, where along the the I JL IWIHBR., Aad Osol. Pau. AcU ST. AUOUSTIN&SEABOARD JII.A; '

i I Cake TnrnetScoops Padding Pans sham battle was fought.At -- --- ; -- -_ .. -- - --1
Out of Town "u er. and trio.,within the city will find In the ,' Glass Lemon Squeezers noon there was an Intermission 1- -
list below the ddr..4 of Miami Merchant und.r Ink \ I Steak PoundersMueilfg. for luncheon and the accommodations '
ola..tfl.d h.ad*for ready rofor.no. Rolling Pins of Red :Bank were severely taxed by !
Stov. Polish Knives Forks, the thousands who wanted to be fed.I :
BUckiaf i Towel Racks During;,luncheon time the Clayton '
L U MAOY \ CO. $CRIVBNla I Cob Pipes! Scrub Brushes Band gave a concert Halt an hour
: Pint Cups 'Basting Spoons later ai reception was given at the
.... Air Line i
D..ler Railway
Drmca. Pahvmt >
I'IwJI lYnit aad TccttaldM StrainersFnonells Mops National Park Hotel In honor of Gov !
Itth BtrMt. Ore Aye a UUml. IU. eins' Tent ArOcioa. Uiauo1OT *- Whisk Brooms ernors Stoke. Pennypacker and Utter r rF'OR j
Avtt*. a Mlanu. ... and Admiral Evans and their respective
!
Fancy Qroosrs. Bat' Gram ': I staffs. I !
Theedlcatlon ceremonies on the .
aad sfapeo rsctfllsorJ. MRS. L a BECK;
I II two o'clock and
Beat BsTt/t. : F battlefield began at Camden Pines J
Columbia Southern
I will last the greater part of the after Savannah ,
L LUMMUSta Bolts t. i.I zed I1101J I
1 Jennings' Third Regiment Richmond Baltimore
1 noon. ]I Raleigh Washington, ::
DM1er Oroewlssv Grab; Twolfia strsL Klasal.fla i Band will furnish the music. Cover Philadelphia. New York. '
nor George H. Utter of Rhode Island
Hay :aa4 rwUUssn. WILSON A HUOOLCSTON '
i will deliver an address on "Rhode island Two Elegant.Trains Daily.
situ S. z-nMe'
KS UtirstN.t: Milted, Ha BAal d and..Red Banks. Governor Pen- Seaboard Express Seaboard Malt
lit 1l.Tw*Uti IItnIt '1IJamI. W nypacker; of Pennsylvania win speakon ]

THI 'MAQNOLIA :4ROCIRY, -CO. AoCAMP.ILL "Pennsylvania and Red Bank," Modern Pullman E uipmtnt.epvitli .
and GoVenor Stoke of New Jersey
". i ."*- : I '
Dsalcn ta OroetjiK*. Bar and Dale? ta Dry Ooods. Oots will take aa his subject "New Jersey ONLY LII1 T 3
.Grate.: 'lac. o..w 14rnlskfaa In the Revolution." He will present

7or.' AT. D-and'1th tt. 'WuO. fla. 111'.nuc'r: 1MW.t1f1a : I II I and the Kill monument Virginia to Andrews Gloucester' of county Woodbury d Jit through sleepers from /itlwarflli to Ira Odes

wll unveil the shaft. The address -
of acceptance"will be made by
:
.f -Gur-r-ys.! .Soils Of ,t... D.missioner.0. 'IjWatklna State Banking Com for full I it'or ttioii .l Seaboard sleeper rfrtervstion,or write cell on tar acent of ti

Every preparation bal been made

I., -- .fl -. I '1 to Insure the success of the celebra
!l Key West. Florida'HEADOUARTSRS : tion. It' Is a general holiday In South L 0. McDJIHHBLL iai&IlL pta. m Jacisoaiillc; Fla.
0 \ ,l! : brought people
U FOR From Philadelphia to the pier of the
i And Lets o Othei'Items too' Nun.sroas F.'C.'BOYLSTON Jr.. Pass. Ajrt.
: to t. b.found at th. Red Bank Sanitarium and many extra .
: .
motion '
BuiltUng i iIJ ; "
'Ship"Chftud1ery trolleys have been put Into servIce

IJ 'MaterIals_ Ofi Xt, OKfbdS.' 1 1r ..5 41 Of! Variety'Store to National,Park. I

: /.JU'; ""t.-t..,_.. .."'+. I i' N. 1017A! ? w D+ -Miami, Pla;, 401flANNUAL CONVENTION Atlantic Coast LinJ .

COB! aid Ice, Steam marine Hallway* Machine SacpvPorfiij .
"f: y ci QKTtV ws f i '
: I r OF TEACHER'S ASSOCIATIONi I
jtjll P kinds ot f repairing Boiler'iad'SteitdFlttmg.caa. oe done> at l' iMo ev 'TO'Ioalll THROUGH SCHEDULE. g i

neat notice in the beat by skilled uiechtnUl i _
expert '
possible manner r1
.. __ ;
,_
t" a. to 1' N. "P$ n 1 Florida, C eorgia. Alabama Virginia.. North Carolina j! I
r i Brunswick.. Ga, JUDe 21- The tortieth I and South Carolina J I
annual convention of the Gcorgia
i:: -l State Teachers Association: opened Tl e great Highway of Travel between f, ;
ee Pr.Bunnharn On Shfft6r Longtime today at Cumberland Island with
1.f .n'' C+_a a:tarn i attendance from all carts of FloriJa tie East and North aid South
E PaL the 8tate.f During the forenoon the m }Nest: ;
: eets member 'ota the" association rest*! .
lJ'he; Miami Sill e0 aid Specialist tud tJ # xI J from their Journeys and devoted themselves CosivMltnt S.rvtp.LEkgaas Pullmaa" Kqalpm.asJ Xafalp.sji Dlalas Csr :
to better
becoming acquainted
r.nyyJ,; iii/ _
Ulcers eu trIljon I i ; r = ZYRt c wt lh each 'other. The1 convention 7
..; are a sufferer horn any Chronic Disease, ,,Tumors, Can- ) ( proper Will begin at the large audi Route of the DIXIE FL' R"J (+ } j
fcen or any Blood Disease,*terrnai:= Disease*oijHeaTliroat: adejjSecurityrCotOfflcer ) ? ; torium this afternoon with a meeting CelebratedTrains FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED ;
.a....,. ; of the directors which will be followed '
Bowels .
'Langa Stomach Dnpep.a.tllAlipatt RectaL+ by tie annual meeting of the trnstes. MONTGOMERY, L. AND N. j i
Diseases, Female Diseases j| At five oclock the members LfCOXVKXIKNT 4

a All f1le1i: Jie aPMds.A .1 8onleopathiciledicinesLandalarge c -j and U; A.delegates Miller j proprietor will be the of guests the Cumberland o( UCTHOD OT THAOZLING j" j
J
I ___ i Island Hotel, at a big. oysterrout. Atlantis Coast Ll 1".one thousand mile itekHs good over uooo.il.s.f rail. "
stock f.SpedR1,ptepared remedies lor iSpecW("'fOrk _. I I.The road,embrsxsiDR all portions of She South oo sal.at all principal ...-..at j
't .HtV\Jo. _:. ;I \'Iftf 'U 'f lint general session will beheld rat.of,*S caeb. (Limited to one year from dat. of par aae. For h1I. oss.
lIpftl this evening at the auditorium.The sad reliable DrormaUoa recardlnc.., Fvltaaa
plete .chedaJee. srvioe.t,
Ladles Maid Always in N
Attendance
l\ outside members will be welcomed Writ. 1
-.,I,1: : "'* r ". f 1 sf.*. S'4w by Mr. Jere Pound of the Georgia Frank C.Boyl.toi)155.Pus.A.... W. DSsukh *fingFsr.Ags.! .).
Upfttaln in Metropolis Balldin.Frotn'9 al m.:to 4 p. m.'Sea exccptf i Normal3and! Industrial College. T. J. 18 W. Bay Street JsoksoavilK Fla.

'" ._ _____.n Woofterj wll respond of the on behalf University of the of Georgia associa W.J.Crs g, Passenger Traffic Manager, Wilmington, N.C. 1
tion. Superintendent Lawton B.Evans
"
-.I
.
4 .r of ,Augusta, will deliver an address _n ;
[BITTY ,BROTHERSMachine on "Ro s eau and Education Accord-I I 1

'0 Ing to nature" 1 Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrcv's I II

;r Death from Appendicitis
ShopAgents I :
4fF decrease In the same ratio that tb. 1
lIe! (if'tor. ICIn;'a New Life Pills In I
for the New Era Gas Engines. Gasolene
creases They sale you trotuquick d.1ngc' '
and kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY = and brl :'f and painless release Tasteless Chill Tonic !
.. from &1'lpaUoD and the Ills growing
General Repair Work Ifsfno use you hiding, sir. 1 '>ut of ft. Strength and vigor always' I

j 508, SEVENTH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA most Dave yir, naroo and addresa. -Irngglsts.ollow their JSe use.Try Guaranteed them. by all II I I No-Core-No-Pay. 50 cents.


I



t


il; 1 / ,
THK DAILY MIAMI MKTROI OL'I'THURSDAY.' JUNE 21.101 LIGHT PAQII
PAGE EIGHT' ll J _, ___ .. T 1'.'_. J. ,
"" J J fcJ JI > JJ g


Men's CkMing I I Going at !few York Cost! 1f


I .J I .
jW a a i
warm weather on hand,
WITH ng on a trip north, thought j,
of the average man;urn to pew :
\\\1 clothing and the proper selections of the a
I,: styles: and fabrics fit for the seasons wear 1 $4000 Sock of Men's
'
,, << III t 1'r .
Where to J ui
i

,' minJ. Furnishing'1 Goods and
is',the question that enter?! his I '
Common sense will tell that the'firm ;r ... ..
------ 4t '
tailoring business ==
conducting the largest 1
: in the city has gained its patronage a by 4 ', b '
tr ; flats be closed
,, to out
giving the best value forthe money t Z
.l
,
'. y jg : J Jt ...
t .
'
v
-
y The J."Hubbard]ch al- 1 I I rf'. i I aI .. ..

ham Store ,is the largest -


to-date seller and of&ri&tly!high-grade uij-"? I ; Actual. New. York. Cost! :

; Tailor Made Clothing<< '.0. '0' I .
8 ''I ,., .
.f" ; :
: I Trousers, Fancy.. Vests. ''.:. and Suits I I

:.\:\... -. I '

\;Gents Furnishing'De I I; artrnentI SEWELL'STailoring ,

;.. In this.department. we carry a complete, .ne of the. besi" Ores .
,
;... Shirt Necktie Co14n.Cuffs Sock li Tarter SiupendenSummer I i
.. :: I
Straw Hats I1: Underwear
I I
,You need a straw bat and don't want to Satis actory!varieties to choose from.
be overcharged when you buy it. We No matter what you want, it is in our Establishment is the Place
.
o .have a hat that will fit and suit you, for stock-every weight and style in cotton, I ,
i dour variety= :is,large. Try us and find out lisle thread,'lineh'. merino and. all woolLf

f'I//I a


J. Hubbard'. Cheatham;f Saturday June 16ttIsTl *

'The,Peop' le's' Clothier Miami, Florida m _., 11210-1212''AveD% I ,

,. ....r...
: ,.. '" .' !.' r I
-
'
1
.\y- wi I 1 I

i I ". I e\ Beginning Day
I I ) I
1.I II
"I i
: I .
,
We: I! You.1 can boy the lollowii i. well known goods so, long as they last 1 ,

are Busy Taking. at the following prices. It t will pay yon to visit this sale as 'soon.

,, :: i as possible. as the stock( is limited and you will stand a better

*\ : '. chance;of getting your,(size. right now. We, win list a few New

Y opost prices which gives yon,an idea how these goods will sen
j : I -

'. #' ,, .S'tov"tk ,, 1 I Scrlrea's Drawers. ,were 75c at. ..,. .MC: 7S cent Caps to t o at .... ..... ...::39eI
., "' :'"f ;; ;' ."; ';:.' Elastic. Sean Drawers at .. .. ... .. .4k 51 cent Neckwear foes at...... .....'.3Sc I

'.. .__ --,"-J ,. ." ,. ,.:-.-111.': '. lie' socks now.........0.. ... .. .... 7e $J.5I,Sdt Cases .l'I .. ..........$2,51.1Sc I '
r ; <; 1 i lOCks DOW ...:;...!.:;.. .... .. .. k i $5.I Salt.Case .... ........ ....t
-..'.r.' ,I, 1.- "l.f!' ,".,,. .,. "' J!, .-, ,t' : \\\\ I i .lie Handkerchiefs: ,cow.ISc ...... .. ....7e Ij/1 Salt:Cases ............ ....&M .
1 I I i \ '-" ... .. .... .... ,
:
: I I Handkerchiefs. DOW. tc_ $12* tasks to do* at. ........0JN
I I '$L29. Monarch' shirts :i t.... .......Dc -
SON Trams to dos sad..I
: I 1k Starts at .......'....... ......45c
.......... .
... .......... .. .... !2tN tasks to dosa at 1
SIC Std at. .4IcH
I ........... .....
; \ Arrow Cottars ate :; Ic '
.... .. ..... .
._at"'rta to dose at. : ft.' I .
sk dose.Dec CtorttCotonat.LtfdW. : .... ...., ....... 7C ,
: Undershirts and DarwersL5VRats

wtt'd; d'N:;;: t Week $ ', to dose .at1few ....... ......ILM' ,, -. ". ..... .....1rs.-. .............:.' 7C ,
I Eats to. dose atEats .... ... ..._.IU5 IUS' WoOl,1J1i4 erstirts.- .............$UsUS
.
.. ; .
} ,$3.11 to.*dose.'t'' .. q. ... .SZJI $ d.Wool' DsdersUrts' :....,...... I7C
t.a
,I I I
J l. I
.' ..". fo: ., We propose ;(j o sell J oat! every. dollar's worth !of
tt '
'
"_ ." "- o1'I'/ ,,I :
i; I. "11I>'J,.""'". ..".,',.L r--1r.-,'.. .>",,,:; !.I"I6Jc'q c't.'''''\''::.'....!;>';'(',-'',''.' ,.--'J.A.. '../.',:t...,n..', ,;V:., ; -f: 'I/' ;'I' ,.:i.'.,'.".'.-,:::':,.i'. J",I i ik2 .goods _inthIs# store at once at New York Cost. The

f Tailoring goods are not included, in this sale.



k2 k2BURDINE 6 IIiTERIANI I .SeweU's Tafloring', Estabm't I .




;t: :, Twelfth Street, Corner 'Avenue. f jc, Miami, Florida Biscayne Hote Block Miami, Floridat

\\ J fI ..
\ I .
"

I '. j / I II I

I, --.._.. -'"'......"'............ --I- ,