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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I \ THE MORNING SENTINELTHE




PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS
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The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando Progressive Center of the State.



t VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1914. NUMBER 83.

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ORANGE[ COUNTY SELLS[l BOND N I ISSUE U[ M'KINN N MUST SIGN B OOSTERS sVil l lfAVlfT :E S llliMAN REPORTED SAFE ON N WAY



WARRANTS [ S Wmf T TOMORROW M NINb I



Of f $$600,000- FIVE[ PER CENT AI PAR REASON N Jll! RAIJORSHINE S f fR01 SALTILLOTO 1 MEXiCO- CITY





DEAL CONCLUDED AND WA1SII H SAYS BRYAN FRAMED JUDGE PERKINS GRANTS | NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN IN D DE[lARES H NUERTA E Will B Bf[ DEAD I INQUIRY WILL BE MADE OF


WORK BEGIN ON BRICK SHORTLY ROADSTO f FREE T TOILS PLANK ALTERNATIVE WRIT OF FOR THE GREAT TRIP BEFORE[ R END Of ]JUNf DISAPPEARANCE OF


MANDAMUS AGAINSTSUPERINTENDENT TO LOWER EAST 'V\., I 1fcA'PRIVATE PARKS

Montana Senator Puts Matter Up to COAST Oregon Plans to Leave Mazatlan for

AGREEMENT fOR DIVISION OF fUNDS the Secretary of State in Y Advance on the Capital f NVOYS HAVE ARRlVm AT WASN1NG10N


Senate Speech WILL HAVE[ UN DAYS TO REPLY[ [5 SUS PHARMACY IS NEADQUARRTERS City of Mexico I

FOUR BANKS IN THE COUNTY .M AINTAIN SILENCE CONCERN-

WILL RECEIVE TWO-FIFTHS Washington, :May 16.-The state- Mazatlan, May 16.-Special.-( ) IXG PROGRAM IN TREATING

THREE- ment that William Jennings Bryan ACTION BROUGHT BY ATTORNEYS SOME CARS WILL LEAVE AT SIX Obregon declares that he'll begin to
AND ORLANDO BANKS
WIT HMEDIATOKS FOR ADJUSTMENT
deliberately approved the tolls ex DAVIS & GILES IN THE O'CLOCK IN ORDER TO GET advance on Mexico City with 20,000

FIFTHS OF THE FUNDS DEem ption plank of the Democratic NAME OF SCHOOL TEACHER ACROSS FERRY BEFORE men within a week. BETWEEN THEIR

RIVED FROM SALE platform, as a member of the sub- "Huerta will be dead before the OWN AND THIS COUNTRY
WHO HAD FAILED TO LATE STARTERS REACH
committee on resolutions which pre- I end of June," was Obregon's sinister

t Yesterday's session concluded a pared the platform, was made in the RECEIVE SALARY TilE CROSSING | comment when telling his plans for
Washington, May 16.-Spanish Ambassador -
busy and important week in the his- senate today by Senator Walsh of the final march to the dictator's cap Riano today received a dispatch -

( Montana, secretary of the subcommittee All aboard for Miami! ital.
tory of the administration of the Matters will be brought to a focusin from the Mexican minister of

present board of county commission the squabble between the school The booster train of automobiles Obregon expects to leave for Ma reign affairs stating that vigorous

Senator Walsh declared that an board and the superintendent of pub- from the inland metropolis of Floridato zatlan within a week. lIe says the investigation of the disappearance of

ers.At the conclusion of the session in open repudiation of a solemn cove- lic instruction next week, very likely, the metropolis of the lower East plans are to capture the city of Tepic, Orderly Samuel Parks immediately

the afternoon the commissionerswere nant by a political party would cause when the merits of the controversywill Coast will start tomorrow morning then advance on Guadalajara, whichis would be made by the Huerta author-

able to announce that- all to recoil from it with horror were be given judicial inquiry on the bright and early; it will be early if about half the distance between ities. The dispatch was in reply to a

They had sold the bond issue of it proposed by any other than the hearing of an alternative writ of it isn't bright, because the start will! Mazatlan and the capital. Obregon note sent by }Ir. Riano calling attention -

$600,000 bearing five per cent inter- president of the United States. mandamus which was granted by be made, rain or shine. The boostersare expects that by the time his army to the anxiety of the United.

est, at par and accrued interest; the I I "For myself, its moral aspect assumes Judge Perkins yesterday requiring the being reminded that it may be reaches Guadalajara Villa's troops States government as to Parks.

contracts had been settled, and that no different hue because he superintendent to sign the salary warrants raining in Orlando and at the same will be able to unite with him for the
said he had
Secretary Bryan
received -
a division of the funds, derived from commends it," added the senator.As of the unpaid teachers in the time be clear at Winter Park-so final advance against Mexico City-
no proof from the Brazilian
the sale of the bonds, between the a substitute for the repeal bill grammar school or show cause why cheer up; it will clear up!
envoy that Parks, who went through
seven banks in the county had been I Senator Walsh urged the adoption of he shouldn't. Because of the time required to DYNAMITERS MUST SERVE
the :Mexican line in his uniform, was
agreed upon; that bids for the construction former President Taft's proposal to The alternative writ was granted cross the ferry between Sanford and THEIR TERMS
| executedIt; is known, however, that
of the brick road system submit the controversy to the su upon the petition of Miss Jennie DeLand some of the cars will leave as
I, the ministers as well as General Fun-
had been accepted, and that the work preme court. Baas, one of the unpaid teachers,, early as 6 o'clock tomorrow morning, Chicago, :May 16.-(Special.)-The ton in Vera Cruz, have been told repeatedly -

+ of construction would begin as soon The Montana senator took up at through her attorneys, Davis & Giles. and all are expected to have shaken I United States circuit court of appeals that the young private had

as necessary details had been con length the Baltimore platform because The superintendent, Dr. J. F. McKinnon : Orlando dust by 8 o'clock. For this today entered order remanding twen- met with a summary execution and

summated.No he said it had been intimatedthat is given ten days in which to : reason the general assembly will beat ty-four men convicted of dynamite that his body had been mutilated and

one will deny that it was a the tolls plank had been inserted d make reply to the writ, hearing upon I DeLand. The boosters will take conspiracy back to the federal penitentiary destroyed. Neither, however, has

good week's work for the county commissioners surreptitiously.He which will determine whether the or i dinner at Daytona. at Leavenworth, Kansas. The been able to report to Washingtonthe

and for the county of Orange said Mr. Bryan and Senator der of the court shall be peremptory. I Every car will be provided with convicted men were ordered to report Mexican federal commander's account -

6'Gorman were asked to put the platform If the superintendent is able to sustain banners and every person with hats either to the United States marshal of just what happened. Secretary

Nor, moreover, will any one deny in appropriate language and his action in refusing to sign the and ribbons; all boosters will be required at Chicago or the warden of the penitentiary Bryan declined to make public

that this transaction places Orange I that invited salary checks by legal which not later than
they Senator Pomerene props L to wear a white hat and a ribbon June 6. The the text of the representations made

bounty ahead of any other county i iFlorida in and himself to assist. : shall satisfy the court that he is well by which tokens he will be knownas order practically affects only nineteenof by him to General Huerta through

in successful financing and "When the tolls plank was presented I grounded in legal authority for refusing a booster. These may be procuredat the convicted men, as five of those the Brazilian minister other than to

.scope of enterprise in road building. ," said Senator Walsh, ")Ir. i! to sign, some other method Estes' pharmacy. It is not too whose cases were affirmed returnedto say that they "were urgent.

There are only two other countiesin I Bryan expressed his approval but said will have to be found to secure the late for others to J join the party, and the penitentiary voluntarily when Parks is the American soldier who
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Florida that have issued bonds and it should be accompanied by another payment of the teachers' salaries for any who may wish to make an eleventh the United States supreme court denied -

sold them in as great sum for such plank declaring against the admissionof I April and May. If, on the contrary, hour addition to this great loll them a hearing on a writ of certiorari in full uniform, strayed into Huerta'slines

purposes, being D vat and Hillsbor- railroad-owned ships to the canal I the court fails to sustain the superintendent day tour will register at Estes as !; and are now serving theirS while probably temporarily inane. -
Some Parks had
ough, anta are counties contain And the in his contention he will be reports were
so platform reads: soon as he can get his habits on and terms. The appeals of three other
ing large hues and suburban inter 'We also'-note the also-'favor compelled to sign the warrants, and I get there. 'I convicted d'namitersll be heard been summarily executed and others

ests that put them beyond the Or 'I the teachers will receive their I indicated that his body had been
legislation forbidding the use of the pay. II I No member of the party need wor- i next week. The dynamiting cases burned.

ange county class for purposes of f I Panama canal by ships owned or con- The petition for mandamus brought about the details of the i date back to 1905 when the bridge .
1
ry trip. The American demand uttered
comparison. Orange county standsat trolled by railroad carriers engagedin !I by Davis & Giles sets forth that the for AlII and iron workers' union declared a I yesterday -
arrangements gasoline
the top of the list and ahead of: transportation competitive with I j)i i petitioner, Miss Baas, has complied meals and lodging have been,made I, strike against the American Bridge afternoon declared that unless
by I I information of the fate of Parks immediately
1' all the counties of Florida both in the canal."' I I with her contract and has taught five the committee in charge. Nor need company over the "open shops" ques
given the American
priority of agitation and action. Orange Senator Walsh said he had no I hours a day. This is supported by an anyone be uneasy in his mind about I I tion. The dynamite warfare culminated was
government would consider it "an un-
county was the first to agitate to affidavit made by W. S. Coleman ,
temptation
escape from the trammels supervising road conditions. )Ir. John Cook who in the blowing up of the Los and "
I friendly hostile act. It was
and hold an election for a milliondollar of the platform upon the puerile principal, that Miss Baas I Angeles Times building, killing twen
1 was elected pilot of the party and drafted by President Wilson and Sec-
bond issue for roads; the first suggestion that the plank was contradicted has taught the full five hours a day I ty-three, and in the conviction of the
captain of the tour, has personally) :
retary Bryan and sent to the Brazilian
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election failed, but the one held last by another against subsidies. and has otherwise complied with her .',: McNamaras. _
gone over the route, inspected it and
i minister in Mexico City, that he
fall for $600,000 carried by an over "Why, in that view, the canal itselfis contract"id '
knows every inch of the way. He explain to the Huerta government the
whelming majority. ,The successfulsale he declared Much interest is manifest in the
a subsidy, "why did
says the road is all right, and he will 11 j I MONUMENT TO COMMODOREf' strong feelings of the Washington of-
of the bonds when other counties matter and there
is such
we expend $400,000,000 to build it sympathyfor
except BARRY IS
be in the first car. If member UNVEILED
any o ficials over the incident.
have advertised issues and have to aid the shipping interests?" the school teachers that the hearing .
the party has it in his mind to -
say As the Parks case assumed threat
failed! to secure even single bidder will undoubtedly be well attend
things about the roads he is invited Washington, :May 16.-(Special.)-
I i ening proportions another stumbling
4 speaks eloquently for the credit of RECEIVERSHIP FOR GRAND I ed. Dr. McKinnon has been out of I j
A monument to Commodore John Barry
to say what he has in his mind to block in the path of mediation was

"'/" th>tounty of the and commissioners.the excellent management THEATER DISSOLVED town during the week attending a Captain Cook. If, on the other hand I, I the father of the American navy, removed by the report that John Silli- .

meeting of the trustees of Davidson he has questions to ask, he will ask| I in Franklin park, was unveiled this man the American vice-consul, over
,
The firm of Hoehler, Cummings & Upon hearing yesterday Judge college, North Carolina. :
afternoon his
them of )Ir. Cook. by greatgreatgrandniece whose there had
safety been
Prudden- bankers of Toledo, 0., were James j grave
W. I
1 Perkins dissolved
the receivership Mr. John Cook :Mr. I :Miss Elsie Hepburn, of Phil
bidders. Gray Rush, M% fears, was on his way from Saltillo
the successful They were for the Grand theater, a McLEAN FOR POSTMASTER Clark Robertson, )Ir. Virgil Estes and I' delphia, in the presence of the pre as- to Mexico City.

J s represented in Orlando by Mr. A. J. Mr. Gray Rush, who was appointedreceiver Mr. J. P. Holbrook, who have had the I ideal and the entire membership of Further assurances of Silliman's

.Spencer. about a week ago upon the Having served the people of Orlando details of the preparations in hand j, i i both houses of congress and a vast safety were received today at the

t construction Tho e contractors whose bids for petition of Mr. Harry DeLaney, was for the past twelve years in the have looked after them most assiduously ,- I f concourse of people. Secretary of the state department from the Brazilian

; were accepted and the ordered to turn over the affairs of the capacity of postoffice clerk, I should :i Navy Daniels presided the
and deserve the thanks of all[j over cerer minister at Mexico City. Silliman's

rOad. Southern hey are to Paving build and are:Construc- business to Mr. B. G- Benson, former like to continue my service in the who will become parties to the party, I i monies which were preceded by a parade arrival, the minister reported, had

manager, acting for Mrs. Braxton higher position of postmaster. If for their of the and forces
? of my painstaking endeavors to army navy and.. been delayed by interrupted railroad
tio will
ompany, Chattanooga, Beacham. '
\ friends wish me to serve them in such make the tour a success. Betweenfifty delegations from various Irish societ. conditions. Latest reports were that
bud he Conway, Winter Park and
'. ak1 d roads; the Alabama Paving BASEBALL capacity they will confer a favor and seventy-five people will compose t. I ties, which have been active in o b- he should have reached the Mexican

44p, of Birmingham, will build RESULTS upon me by writing CongressmanClaude the party, and it is the intentionof taining the monument to Barry. Fol- capital last night or early today but

l ando L'Engle, Washington, D. C., a those in charge to land back in I lowing the unveiling the president delivered that transportation operations were
Kissimmee road, and R.
10m
National
League letter endorsing me for that position.Congressman Orlando not later than Saturday nightof a brief address in tribute to uncertain.
Hty son, of Atlanta, will build theBth very
Pittsburg 0, New York 2-
V road- L'Engle has asked the coming week. the achievements of Barry. Dispatches received from Rear Ad-
# Cincinnati 1, Boston 0O. that the patrons of the Orlando .
pos I miral Badger and Consul Miller today
I -
ting was held yesterday bpresentatives eSt.. Louis 1
Philadelphia 0. office write him
expressing their JUDGE TAKES PATRICK CASE MAY PUNISH SEAMEN stated that the constitutionalistshad
of the sevenI' Chicago 1, Brooklyn 2. choice for
postmaster. This being the UNDER CONSIDERATION
renewed their of
the and the bondtruttedblect assurances pro
county
: American League case it. is likely.that he will be controlled Washington, May 16.-Italian Ambassador tection for American lives and property -
Messrs. W. H.
KeynolbjJ : New York 2, St. Louis 1. in
his
decision largely by the The hearing of the Patrick case, I Confalonieri called on Se c- at Tampico. Quiet was restored
B. Steinmetz and J. H. Sad- ,
) Boston 3, Detroit 0.
;. basis of the funds number of letters he receives. I will being a legal dispute between the retary Bryan today in regard to a re- there, he said, and no further disorder
Ierti. dividing
from Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3. deeply appreciate anything done in heirs of the Patrick estate over the I ported insult to the Italian flag by was expected. .
sale was reached. It wasli Washington 2, Cleveland 1. 'I behalf.
,v. my possession of certain the | two American in
: the property, action seamen Philadelphia The constitutionalists already have
t basis of division
.. ; > Federal League I have been a life long Democrat, having been brought against N.J. ; on May 14. The flag was displayed moved to avail themselves of the advantages
'
: '. 'j'rbi R.. three-fifths, or $360,000, to Pittsburg 6, Kansas City 7. but being under civil service rules I I Patrick as administrator, and his two : in front of a barber shop at the time of their first important -
d in the three Orlando seaport -
Brooklyn 3, St. Louis
..banks 5. am forbidden to be politically active.! sisters, by the other heirs, was concluded i j of memorial txercises over Americanr One of Carranza's confidential

two-fifths, or $240,000, Buffalo 8, Chicago 3. My record in the postal service is a before Judge James W. Pe ': Vera Cruz victims and it is thought agents was quoted as saying that
I \fthoibtaks divided between the four a
Baltimore 1 .
j Indianapolis 3. guarantee that the place will be efficiently kins yesterday. The judge announced i i the seamen mistook it for a Mexican large shipment of French
: e county outside oftdo Or- Southern guns was
"' League filled if the people honor me that he would take the matter under flag. It was pulled to the ground and ready to be moved toward
the Winter Park \ Tampico.
Apo pNew r Orleans 3-3, 2-3. Seton it
Memphis by making
possible for
.., te Garden and Oakland' me to secure advisement before announcing dec'ion. trampled upon. Mr. Bryan assured That considered with the develop
game called in eleventh the
*7: to catch appointment. The testimony and the ambassador that the
argument seamen, if ment that there now is
4 to receive $60,000 for de- train. no embargo
Imo$\ :' \ 1 5-17-3t W. C. McLEAN.THE consumed four days. The amount I jf i found guilty, probably would be pu n- against shipment of arms to Tampico
Birmingham 3, Chattanooga (0-) involved is about five thousand ished. The
property .j answer was accepted as from American'ports indicated
:ii": } k will be required by the Mobile 2, Nashville 1.ilj WEATHERed dollars. the
satisfactory.
l. \ r to pass upon the v i Montgomery 4, Atlanta 4. Call I II j I constitutionalists could obtain plenty
'
ssue, but when this f irin eighth to catch train. I of arms and ammunition for the remainder -
Florida: Generally fair Sundayand The steamer Lenape, queen of the :, The latest addition to Tampa's list of their campaign.
eluded the work will be-
.. South
Atlantic
.
urther League Monday. Gyde Steamship company's fleet, left !I of commercial enterprises is the Tam The ;Mexican diplomats were to arrive -
delay Savannah
3, Columbus 1.will ,
I Jacksonville Wednesday with 267 pa Coffee Mills, the of which here
+ ated that the work passengers purpose at 10:35 o'clock today buts
J Columbia 2, Jacksonville 1. Lots of paper bound books for aboard from Florida and'I is to
hotels
d within eleven months summer -' < j supply grocers, and re their train was lateWith their large
Albany 5
t jme it is started. ; Charleston, Augusta 4, Macon 4.3. recreation within the price of I'I with reservations made for many I]t taurants with freshly roasted coffees party thty will be shown about
everybody at Curtis
k & O'Neal's. more at Charleston. and teas. I (Continued on page 8)




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