VOLUME 6. NUMBER 13.
ALL COMMITTEES TO
MEET ON MONDAY
TO ARRANGE FOB
Board of Trade and Com
merciai League Appoints
BUSISti MEN AT WORK
Meeting Will be Held at the City Hall
Torrorrow Morning at 11 O’clock.
—Ah the Members are Request
ed to Be Present.
The committee from the council, tlie
I'.oard ol' Trade and the Oommmorcial
League, appointed to make arrange
ments for meeting the owners and
officers of the Georgia Coast and Pied
mont Railroad Company, who are to
\islt Brunsfwick shortly, will fiold
their first meeting at the city hall to
morrow morning at 11 o’clock, for the
purpose of making preliminary ar
rangements for meeting with the rail
road officials. City council appointed
a special committee at its meeting
Friday night and yesterday the pres
idents of the Board of trade and the
Commercial League named the., co-n
--imittees. The three committee, liich
will jointly have the matter in charge
is composed of the following:
From the city council, Mayor Hop
kins and Aldermen W. M Tupper and
J. W. Wood.
From the Board of Trade, E. F. Con
ey, C. t. Goodyear, C. H. Heavy, W. M.
Tupper, F. D. M. Strachan, F. D. Aiken,
and President J. Stovall Smith and
Secretary C. I>. Ogg.
From the - Commercial League, J. F.
Davenport, Karl Friese, B. Borchardt,
L. H. Haym, Albert Fendig, T. New
man. and President G. it Smith and
Secretary H. A. Wrench.
These three committees at the meet
ing to be held tomorrow morning, will
organize into one joint committee,
elect a chairman and arrange a pro
gram, as well as decide upon a date
for the coming of the railroad officials.
Whether or not the committee will
make a canvass to see just what can
be offered the railroad to extend to
Brunswick, is not known, but it is
hardly probable that this will be done,
as the committee will first have to as
certain just what the railroad com
pany will ask of the people of the
city.. After their demands have been
made known the committee will then
take the proposition under considera
tion and see just wbat can be done.
The business men of the city arc
now thoroughly interestel in the com
ing of this new road, and anything
‘reasonable will be done by them to se
cure it. It is hardly thought that the
promoters will be unreasonable in
their demands, as the extension oi
the line to this port will mean as
much lor the road as it will for Bruns
All members of the above names
commit l ees are requested to attena
the meeting in the council chamber
at the city liaii tomorrow morning at
11 o’clock. It is the duty of every
one of tnern to be present, as the mat
ter to be discussed is a most impor
tant one to the people of Brunswick.
FALL MILLINERY OPENING.
Pretty Hats to be Displayed by Mrs.
Purvis on Friday Saturday.
Mrs. W. M. Purvis will open her
new millinery parlors to the ladies ol'
Brunswick on next Friday and Sat
urday in the building on Newcastle
street formerly occupied by Goal
stein’s shoe shop.
Mrs. Purvis has been busy for the
past several days preparing her hand
some line of hats, among which are
some of the prettiest ever displayed
in Brunswick. -She spent several
in the northern and eastern
tnJLJpts selecting her hats and has
.ail the latest tads and fashions in
Mrs. Purvis extends an invitation to
all the ladies of the city to attend
j her opening on mmt Friday and Sat-
The Brunswick News.
A MOB IN ALABAMA
LYNCH TWO NEGROES
Mobile, Ala., Oct. C. —News was
received here today of the lynching of
two negroes early this morning.
The neg Toes, who were charge!
with assault, were being brought to
this city by officers when they were,
taker liom the sheriff and his^depu
MACON EAGLES ENTERTAINED
THE BRUNSWICK VISITORS
The Macon News of yesterday says:
At the regular weekly meeting held
last night, several candidates were
initiated into the mysteries of Eagle
dom and to-day they carry their Eagle
card ! n the inside pocket.
A hunch of Eagles from Brunswick,
were present and thoruhgly en
joyed themselves while the degree
team transformed the common, every
day birds into glorious Eagles. A
large number of applications were
rean and two weeks hence there will
::e lots of new birds In the nest.
Resolutions were passed discontinu
ing the use of electric lights as long
as the present differences exist be
tween the light company and its
street car employes.
Alter the meeeting was adjourned a
delig;htful barbecue and other refresh
ments were served.
FUTURE BUSINESS OF BROKERS
Ware & Leland to Test Validity of the
Georgia and Florida Laws.
It will he of interest to those con
cerned in the future brokerage bus
iness to learn that tlie well konwn
firm of Ware & Leland will test the
validity of the new law. legislating
the brokerage establishments out of
business. The Jacksonville Metrop
“All of the offices of Ware & Leland:
brokers, that are located in Georgia ’
and Flotida will discontinue business'
on October 15. Information to this ef
fect has been sent out from the head l
offices of the firm in Macon. In Geor
gia there are six offices of the com j
pany and in Florida there are about
This order was issued on account'
of the recent bill passed by the Geor
gia legislature doing away with brok
tne offices in the state. The law gives
the offices until tlie first of the year t >
operate but the diiectors decided to
wind up the Georgia affairs before
the limit of the time was reached.
"It is understood that Ware & Le
land wil join hands with the othei
companies in an effort to fight the re
cent act on constitutional grounds
It is claimed by the men who are at
the head of the companies that there
are several points in the act that wi'l
not bear an examination before tin
courts. As yet no action has been
taken, but attorneys are now at work
on the case and a bitter fight in tho
courts is expected.
BOTH BRIDE AND GROOM
WERE GORED TO DEATH
Marttnsburg, W. Va., Oct. 6.—Fred
Cowan and his 17-year-old bride, who
wore a red dress, were gored to death,
by an angry bull in a pasture belong
ing to John Hatfield, near Richard
Falls, Raleigh county, today.
The young couple had just been
hurriedly married in opposition to the
wishes of their paren's, and were
making their way to tlie railroad to
take a train.
Many Btill Moving.
Quite a large number of families
have removed from St. Simon since
the closing down of the mills and a
number of others are preparing to
seek locations in other parts. It is
said that the mill will remain closed!
ootU die first of the year.
BRIDE WAS FOUND DEAD
ON STEPS OF HOME.
Newport, K. 1., Oct. 6.—Hurry
ing home from work with a birth <
day present for his bride, John
j. Sullivan found her seated on
the stoop of their modest home
awaiting him. Placing the pack
age in her lap, he bent to kiss
tier, when he discoverei she was
BRUNSWICK, GA., SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1906.
ties by a mob numbering about sixty
Sheriff Richardson remonstrated
with the mob but to no avail and the
two men were hanged. It is the gen
eral opinion that they were the guilty
DOROTHY NOT TO DISCONTINUE
THE RUN TO ST. SIMON MILLS
The report that the steamer Dorothy
would discontinue the run to St. Simon
Mills is untrue. The steamer will
continue as heretofore, ft is true
that rince the closing of the mills the
business of the boat has decreased but
the owners are determined to continue
to operate the boat.
RELIGION OF MODERN JEW,
HIS SUBJECT FOR TONIGHT.
Dr. Alfred T. Godshaw, the well
known rabbi, will deliver a sermon
at the synagogue tonight, his subject,
being Religion of the Modern Jow.
Rabbi Godshaw is a very interesting
and lorceful talker and his sermon to
night will no doubt be an Interesting
one and will be heard by a large con
PAWNEE BILLB’ SHOW MAY COM 2
Understood That Wild West Attraction
is Headed This Way.
Brunswick people may have an op
portunity of seeing a genuine wild
west shew within tlie next few week3.
Pawnee Bill is now on a tour in this
section and it is understood that he
is figuring on coming to Brunswick
during tlie latter part of the month.
The show will exhibit in Waycross
on October 25 and may be here on the
following day, although the advance
agent has not yet visited the city.
It wit' be remembered that Pawnee
Bill’s show came to Brunswick several
years ago, but did not give ape--
formar.ee on acount of the weather.
REAL ESTATE IS ACTIVE
SEVERAL DEALS CLOSED.
Real estate is quite active in the
city just at present and several deals
for small city property has been made
during the past few- days.
Tlie News hears of several large
leals which are about to be closed, and
which lie of much interest to the peo
ple of the city generally.
NO CHAN6E MADE
IN OLD US
RAILROAD COMMISSION CONSID
ERS ADVISABILITY OF FIXING
TIME LIMIT ON SWITCHING.
Brunswick shippers will be intei
estel in Gio announcement that the
railroad commission of the state will
hardly tr.ako any changes in the pres
ent swit'h'ug rules of the railroads,
and that the charges now in force
will mere than likely be continued.
Brunswick is very much interested in
this question, as the present rules are
perfectly satlsfactoiy here.
The Atlanta Journal of yesterday
contained the following on this suo
“After disposing of the Wadley and
Mt. Vernon ownership case, the com
mission of Its own motion took up
the question of switching and trans
ferrin? - cars at points of destination.
Every road in the state, with the sin
gle exception of the A., B. & A. oppos
ed vigorously any change In the pres
ent plan. The commission consid
ered the advisability of prescribing a
time limit for the switching and trans
fer of cars."
To Wholesale Trade Only.
Coney. King & Cos., the new fish
dealers, announce that hereafter thev
will cater to the- wholesale trade only.
Since entering business a few weeks
ago these young men have built up .1
large out of town business and have
not been able to meet the demand for
fish, oysters, etc. Under these cir
cumstances they have decided to dis
continue the retail business and here*
alter will sell only to the wholesale
A CALL IS ISSUED
FDD THE MASS
Which Will Be Held at the
City Ball Tomorrow
NAME A MUNICIPAL TICKET
All White Voters of the City Have
Been Invited to Attend the Meet
ing—Several Citizens Will
A mass meeting will be held at the
city hall tomorrow night at 8 o’clock
by the white voters of the city to
the purpose of nominating a ticket to
bo presented to the white primary to
he held early next month.
It is understood that a full ticket,
composed of a mayor, four aldermen,
and anew city executive committee
will be named. Just who will be se
lected at the mass meeting is not yet.
known but a number of prominent
business men are being mentioned hi
connection with the places, both for
mayor and members of tho aldermanlc
board. A number of weil known citi
zens will address the meetiug, which is
expected to be a largo and represen
The following call has been Issued
for the meeting:
There will be a mass meeting of the
white voters of the city of Brunswick,
irrespective of party or past affilia
tions, at the city hall, Monday evening,
October 8, 1906, for the purpose o.
nominating candidates for the office
of nmvor and aldermen to be voted fo:
by the citizens of Brunswick at the
approaching city election. This meth
od will be pursued in opposition to
that recently adopted by certain poli
ticians to force upon the people their
choice tor mayor, selected at a se
cret conclave, behind closed doors,
without giving the people any voice in
“The good, liberty-loving and inde
pendent people of the city will show
their resentment of the treatment ac
corded them by these "side-door poli
ticians to force upon them a candi
date for mayor In whose selection they
were not consulted, nor bad any
voice, and should come out Monday
evening and. assist In making a ticket
composed of men best qualified to ad
minister their public business during
the most Important epoch in the his
tory of Brunswick.
“Every voter Is cordially invited to
“Speakers will address tho meeting
on the issues of the campaign.”
IN CHARGE OF CAR.
New York, Oct. C. —Motorman
Leo Schwartz, while in charge
Grand street car of the Brooklyn
Rapid Transit Company, crowded
with men and women, suddenly
went Insane while crossing the
Wil'iamburg bridge today, put on
full speed and would have dash
ed tbe passengers to death In a
collision had not he been over
powered just in time.
WEATHER MAN RIGHT;
COLD SPELL ON TIME.
The forecast of the weatner man tor
today was colder, and, judtng from the
atmosphere at an early hour this morn
ing, tne prediction will prove true.
A cold spell arrived during the night,
and the mercuy went down a good
many degees. It is expected that
light covering will lie found very com
Emmeline In fthape Again.
The steamer Emmeline, which was
the victim of an accident some days
ago, ha* been thoroughly repaired an.i
Is now on the run to Kernandina
again. Tha machinery was only slight*
!y damaged aad Is now in first class
TWO KILLED, THREE
DYING AS RESULT OF
PRETTY UNION STREET
RESIDENCE !S SOLD
The pretty home on Union street,
formerly owned by L. Weiss, has been
sold to Mrs. D. L. Keller, about $5,000
being involved In the deal. Tlie resi
dence in question is located on Union
street between Monk and Mansfield,
next door to the home now occupied by
Mr. Weiss and Is one of the prettiest
houses in the vicinity.
The deal was made through the real
estate agency of Brobston, Fendig &
Company and was closed up Friday
S. S. B. ALEXANDER VISITED CITY
IN WHICH THREE OF HIS REL
ATIVES WERE KILLED.
Mr. S S. B Alexander returned yes
terday from Coden, Ala., a small city
on the gulf coast n short distance from
Mobile where he went several days
ago, seeing In the press reports whore
two of his sisters had lost their lives
In the storm which did so much dam
age In mat vicinity a few wooks ago.
Mr. Alexander, after seeing the
names of his relatives among tlioaa
reported killed, wired them at Coden,
but no reply was receivod, and he left
for the place immediately, and upon
his arrival learned that both his sis
ters, Miss Mary R. Alexander and Miss
J. Alexander, as well as his sister
in-law, Mrs. Frances Alexander, had
lost their lives in the terrible storm
He savs the house they occupied was
completely wrecked by the awtu.
gate, and that many people In that,
immediate vicinity were killed.
Mr. Alexander says that the re
reports sent out about the storm were
not exaggerated in the least, in tact,
ne Is of the opinion that its was not
all told. In the vicinity of Coden
great damage was done to property
and the loss of life, was heavy Building
after after building was blown down,
the debris killing the occupants be
lore they could make their exit.
Mr. Alexander’s host of friends In
Brunswick will join The News in ex
tending deepest sympathy In the sad
death of Ills relatives.
Will GET AFTER
LESS THAN FIFTY PER CENT IN
GLYNN COUNTY HAVE
Ordinary Dart yesterday stated to a
News reporter that unless over halt
the domestic corporations in Bruns
wick registered with him and pay tho
required tax to the county tax col
lector, the matter will be called to
tlie attention of the next Glynn county
grand jury, and officers of said cor
porations will ho indicted and pros
ecuted in the superior court, the pen
alty oi the crime being a fine not
less than double the amount of the
Under a recent Georgia act all do
mestic corporations are required to
register with the ordinary of the coun
ty before the first or January and pay
specified tax to the collector. Ordi
nary Dart yesterday examined the
charter records of Glynn county and it
was discovered that less than fifty
per cent, of the corporations In this
county had so far registered. In all
there are 43 corporations in the coun
ty now in operation under charters
and of tills number only 20 have reg
istered. although they were required
to do so before January X, last.
Notices have been Issued to the cor
porations from tne ordinary s office
on several occasions, but still the of
ficers of corporations pay no attention
to the law. The next step will he i
bring the matter to tne attention of
the grand jury and all officers of the
corporations not complying with the
law win be prosecuted.
To avoid this action Ordinary Dart
requests all corporations to register
with him at once and pay ths required
tutstlw collect or.
PRICE, FIVE CENTS.
WERE RAGING FOR
Wagner Wen the Race, with
Lucia Second and
LAST RAGE IN AMERICA
Vanderbilt Says There Will be Ne
More on Account of the Fatal
ities Yesterday—Race Wltnees
ed by Thousands.
Weatbery, Long Island, Oct. 6. Th
raco for tho Vanderbilt cup today pro
bably ends reckless automobtla races
The fatalities In todays race was
tho cause of Wm. K. Vanderbilt t
withdraw future “Vanderbilt cups’"
and the millionaire announced tttst
he would hereafter oppose automobile
In the race today Wagner won. Lu
da coming second, Duray third and
Seventeen high power automobile
racing machines started In the race,
beginning at C o’clock, for the Wm.
K. Vanderbilt, Jr., cup. The course,
which :ieglns at a point near West
bury on tho Jericho Turupipe led over
some of the best roads of Long
Island and 1b practically a rectangle
measuring 29.21 miles from start to
finish along the outer lines. The
course was traversed ten times, male
ing a distance of 297.1 miles. There
Is a great dip in the course about the
center of the northern boundary ani
this leads down to the so-called Hair
pin turn which Is more like an In
verted IJ. This Is regarded as one
of the danger points along the coast
but there are a number of other es
pecially short turns, at any of which
an Incautious driver maw come te
Thousands of people were gath
ered along the route to see the dyers
puss today, but for fatalities the ruoe
probably has the American reooro.
At a polut regarded as less dan
gerous than others, two men were
killed ouhrlght, while three others
are in a dying condition and Are
more badly, but not dangerously In
Several others wore slightly hurt
but did not require medical attention.
NEW VORK MILLIONAIRE
WEDS A TRAINED NUHSE.
Now York, Oct. 6. —Another beau
tiful trained nurse, by tender devotion
and solicitude, has won the heart and
hand of her millionaire patient.
Charles E. Halllwell, first vice prea
ldent of the American Tobacco Cos ,
is the patient, and he was married
at All Annals church, West Mighty
llrst street and West End avenue, yes
terday to Ruth Alice Cote, the nurse.
Mr. HalllweU’s son, Walter, and hie
son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs.
Holland Duell, with a few very Inti
mate frlonds, were present at the
A NEORO ’POSSUM SUPPER
ENDS IN A PITCHED RATTLE
Douglasvllle, Oa. Oct. 6. —In a Greet
for-ali light wtiicn occurred at a ne
gro supper about two mites from her*
Friday night, three negroes were seo
lously shot, several more struck by
stray bullets and eight or ten woundeg
by rocks or atlcks.
John Murphy and Will Riley engag
ed in tne original light ana sides were
taken by otner negroes present till
at least torty were engaged. Murphy
shot Riley three times with a shot gun
at a distance of twenty steps and snog
his slier, Sophia RUey, very seriously.
The occasion of their gathering was
a posum supper at wnlch wniskey
In Good Condition Niw.
The Ariel, Col. 1u Blgnon s gasoline
launch, has been placed In first class
condition and ia at work again.
This is one of Uie beet boats ef tk#
kind in the heritor.