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The Brunswick NH
VOLUME 6. NUMBES 48
BATTLE OF BALLOTS
WILL TAKE PLACE IN
MUCH INTEREST IN
Both Sides Seem Confident
AUSTRALIAN BALLOT SYSTEM
Brunswick Voters Will Cast Their j
Ballots Under the New System
For the First Time—How
to Prepare Ticket.
The most interesting municipal
contest to occur in Brunswick in
many years will be pulled off at tlie
city hall Tuesday nest. The elec
tion la full of Interest because of
the very warm campaign that has
been waged by the advocates of the
People's ticket as well as the sup
porters of the administration ticket.
For the first time In the history of
the city tlie Australian ballot will
be used, and this serves to add an
additional interest in the contest. It
also mystiflos to some extern? the
silent vote for the simple reason
that under this law absolute secre
cy is guaranteed to the voter, and
If one desires ‘he cannot least an
open ballot without subjecting him-
self to a penalty fixed by law.
Both factions will conclude the
campaign with meetings tomorrow
night; the office-holders will have a
meeting in New Town, while the
People’s ticket will establish a prec
edent by having a Goodyear jollifica'
tion at the intersection of Newcas
tle and Gloucester streets. The At
lantic iband has been employed by
the Goodyear people and will en
liven the occasion with its usually
In Older that voters of all kinds
may have a correct knowledge of
Uie two tickets here they are:
C. P. GOODYEAR
H. M. KING
J. T. LAMBRIGHT
J. H. LEO
; W. F. SYMONS
• For Aldermen
i J B. BANKSTON
W R. COX
B F. MANN
L. A. ROBINSON
The managers will, be Messrs.
L. Ludwig, E. C. Butts and W. E.
Recknagle. The polls will open at
7 o’clock In the morning and close
at G o’clock In the evening. Tho
managers will sit in the rotunda of
the city hall and booths will be
erected in the ctty hall on either
side of the managers’ desk. Voters
will approach the managers, give
their names, secure an offlirlal ballot
and enler one of the booths. They
are given exactly three minutes to
prepare their ballots, fold same and
return the same to the managers.
After the ballots are counted at the
close of the (polls the managers of
the election enclose all ballots In a
securely seeled envelope and the
managers keep the package until
next day, when the executive com
mittee meets and declares the re
sult, then the ballots are destroyed
by the executive committee without
opening the package. This secures
the voter absolute secrecy.
Football Caused Death.
Lafayette. Ind., Nov. 17.—,Lyle
Niedl. • 'sixteen years old; son of
Hugh Nicol, athletic director of
Purdue university, died today of an
injury received in . a football game
Jut Wednesday. Young Nice! wee
frWVwt it} abdomen.
PASSED AWAY IN WAYCROSS.
J. Walter Bennett Died Friday After
The- follt/ving special sent owt
from will be of interest
in tfiis city, where Mr. Bennett was
"Colonel .1. Walter Bennett died
here\Jniis morning. He had been ill
for several weeks : ;ast. and his death
was not unexpected. Colonel Ben
nett was a cousin of Solicitor Gen
eral John Btennett. He. practiced
law in Waycros for several years
and was held In highest regard by
the mepubers Of the bar and the
community in general. He wais a
member of the Baptist church and
was active in church work. About
three years ago Colonel Bennett
karried M.Vs Mlay Scruggs, the
daughter of Rev. W. H. Scruggs, of
this city. He was about 35 years
NEGRO LOSES RIGHT HAND.
F. W. Wilson Painfully Injured at
New Docks Yesterday.
F. E. Wilson, a well known labor
er at, the new docks, met with quite
a painful and serious accident while
engaged at work yesterday morning.
Wilson, it seems, was assisting in
loading a vessel and in some way
bis hand got caught In the swinging
block and almost mashed off. Dr,
J. A. Butts attended the negro and
It Is thought that the amputation of
the hand will be necessary.
First Methodist Church.
At !the city hall on Sunday night
Rev. Robert Kerr will preach on
“Heavenly Recognition,” or “Shall
We iKnow Onci Another There.”
Those who have loved ones in
Heaven ought to hear this discourse.
OPEN AIS RALLY
ON MONDAY NIGHT
PEOPLE'S TICKET TO HOLD
MEETING AT CORNER OF NEW
CASTLE AND GLOUCESTER.
The supporters (Jf Col. C. P. Good
year for mayor and his aldermanic
ticket will bring/ the campaign to a
close on Monday night with a. big
open air meetmg at tho corner of
Newcastle and f Gloucester streets,
which Kfromisaß to, be largely at
tended by the/ supporters of the peo
pie’s ticket. J
The Atlantic ligand has been en
gaged to furnish music during the
evening and a number of citizens
will speak. Col. Goodyear will make
his last speech of the campaign and
will again explain his attitude on
the light and water question and re
iterate His pledge that if he is elect
ed mayor the city of Brunswick will
own the plant of the Mutual Light
and Water Company within sixty
days or he will resign his position
This is the most outspoken state
ment ever made by a mayoralty can'
A temporary stand will be erected
for the Speakers and everybody Is
Invited to come out and hear the
PUTT IS NOT YET
BUOY TO RESIGN
SAYS HE IS NOy' SERIOUSLY
CONSIDERING SUCH A STEP
New York. Nov 17. —Senator
Platt today announced that the
statement made that he would short'
ly resign as a member of the United
States senate was erroneous. When
seen on the subject be said:
"While I have talked of resigning
my seat In the senate, I can say that
I am not now seriously considering
my resignation and may serve out
This announcement came as a sur‘
prise in republican political quarters,
as it was generally thought that the
Ignition of the senator would
shortly b* forthoomlng.
BRUNSWICK. GA„ SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 18, 1906
WITHIN THIRTY DAYS
Brunswick, Ga., Nov. y/, 1906.
To the People of Brunswick:
I announced in my letter of acceptance of the cand dacy for
mayor of the city of Brunswisk that 1 had for years been in
favor of the ownership by the city of the light and water
plant, whenever practicable. That the money must be raised be
fore it could be accomplished, either by taking over the present
plant or creating anew one.
* was sincere in that statement and now pledge myself that if
elected mayor, with four citizens as aldermen supporting me irt
the movement, I will, within sixty days from my inauguration,
secure the ownership and control by the city of Brunswick of the
GAS, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND WATER PLANTS OF THE MU
TUAL LIGHT AND WATER CO., at a valuation acceptable to
an overwhelming majority of the taxpayers and citizens of Bruns
wick, enabling the city and the people to secure a big reduction
of their own light and. water rates, and this I promise to do w th
out increasing taxation.
IN THE EVENT I FAIL TO CARRY OUfT THIS PLEDGE, Ij
SOLEMNLY PROMISE THE PEOPLE OF BRUNSWICK TO* RE
SIGN THE OFFICE OF MAYOR AT THE END OF SAID SIXTY'
I have no desire ivt this office unless I can be of service to
the people at this important period in Brunswick’s history, and
I pledge such resignation the day I fail to make good this pledge.
C. P. GOODYEAR.
H. I KING BRANDS
ALDERMANIC CANDIDATE SAYS
HE HAS NEVER EVEN TALKED
WITH ANY REPRESENTATIVE
OF MUTUAL COMPANY.
H. M. King, candidate for aider
; man on the People's ticket, very
[justly rebukes the underhand meth
ods employed by administration pol-
I itietans and requests the publication
jof the following card:
Brunswick, Ga.. Nov. 17. 190 G.
i Editor Brunswick News:
It has been persistently rumored,
circulated and reported that the
ticket headed by Col. Goodyear are
the tools and creatures of the Mu
tual Light and Wtfer Company.
Speaking for myself, I wish to deny
with all the vehemance which I can
command, that there Is one single
liar tide of truth In the assertion.
I have never had any conversation
with any officer or stockholder of th e
Mutual Ught and Water Company
In reference to what I would do, or
have I ever received any hint from
auy of them as to what they would
expect me to do in case 1 was
elected to the office to which 1 was
nominated by the mass meeting of
the citizens df Brunswick. I was
nominated on the platform of muni
cipal ownership of public .utilities,
and upon that platform I propose
to stand, and devote ever}’ energy
which I possess to tho fulfillment
of the same, if I have the honor to
Yours very truly,
H. M. King.
HE OPEN* $37,178 FOR
J JOB THAT PAYS $1,500
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 17.—Francis
Gates, of Madison county, paid $37,-
173 to be elected state senator. The
office pays $1,500 a year.
Senator Gates, who Is a million
aire and a republican, was turned
down for renomlnatlcn this year,
but organized a party of his own.
called the “Square Deal’” party. Ha
then got the Indorsement, of the
democratic and .the prohibition par
Assemblyman Tom D. Lewis, of
Oswego, who ran against him,
spent $1 276.
Newport, R. 1., Nov. 17. —Tho iarg
est draft of apprentice seamen to
leave this station on any occasion
is (being prepared for the naval sta
tions at Norfolk. Va.. and Port Roy
al. S. C.. where they will be held
in readiness for service under Rear
Admiral R. D. Evans, commander of
the Atlantic tleet. The draft num
Sir Thomas Lipton.
New York, Nov, 17. —Sir Thomas
Lipton ‘will sail tomorrow morning
fog England. Before Sir Thomas
went aboard 'the steamer he said
f&at he had practically made up hie
mind to issue another challenge for
the America’s Gup, eh* race to take
place in lsof.
010 TEAMS FOUGHT
FOR A VICTORY
NEITHER PRINCETON OR YALE
COULD SCORE IN BIG FOOT
BALL GAME—RESULTS IN OTH
ER COLLEGE GAMES.
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 17.—The
football game of the season between
the big colleges was pulled off here
this afternoon before the largest
crowd that (has ever attended a
game in New Haven. It was be
tween Princeton and Yale, the old
time enemies, and which are said
to he the two strongest, teams in
Betting favored neitiier of the big
universities, therefore they were at
an even break, tout Princeton was a
little the favorite because of tne
great work her team has done tnis
The battle was a hard fought one,
neither team being able to score,
and after the end of both halves tho
score stood: Princeton 0; Vale 3.
Other games between leading
teams today resulted as follows:
Pennsylvania 17, Michigan 0.
Yale Freshmen 28, Harvard Fresh'
Harvard 25, Dartmouth 9.
Navy 40, North Carolina 0.
Amherst 0, Williams 0.
Brown 12. Vermont 0.
Carlisle 17, University of Minne
Syracuse 12, Lafayette 4.
Cornell 28, Swarthmore 0.
There was no game at. West Point.
A WELL CAVED IH
0 MEN ENTOMED
BELIEVED THAT THEY WILL
DIE BEFORE WORKMEN CAN
Terre Haute, Ind., Nov 17. —
Right men are entombed In a large
well which caved in this afternoon
at ithe Indiana distillery.
A number of men are now at work
in an effort, to rescue tae men,’ but
It is believed that they will die be
fore they can be rescued.
Two Brakemen Killed.
Columbia, Nov. 17. —Two brake'
men named Lloyd and Chesney were
killed In a head-on collision be
tween a freight, and a work train on
the Southern railway Dent, S.
C., today. Conductor Vfriplett had
his leg broken and wfigineer Snipes
and his firemq/i woryr injured perhaps
The Comal Sails.
The Mallory steamer Comal which
has been in port all the week, sail
ed yesterday for New York with a
cargo of lumber,
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tions and <(
Mr :. Auiaii'-.la i’-< JPJ
Bin. war befmj'the ei 'mtßKwtviir'
ly in tin' weekly She have
ianile the journey between her home
ami Atlanta walking seven times,
and to have walked 1,40 b miles alto
gether In the effort to secure a par
idbn Tor >her bciv. Ben and John
Beazeley murdered William Holman
in Lumpkin county ami were sent, up
for life. John escaped, but Ben is
serving his sentence.
Card of Thanks.
We desire, to ithank our friends
for the many kindnesses shown us
during the illness and deata of our
little hitu. While they cou.d net
come, to us their messages and rhe
beautiful flpwersyfcent by them spoke
eloqluej;i)Jy of jfneir kind remem
brance and hfeallug sympathy ana
were a groat comfort to us In cm
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Winter.
Going to Florida.
Jackson, Miss., Nov. 17. —‘Bishop
Charles B. Galloway, of the South
ern IMethodist church, has consent e d
to relinquish all labor until he is
completely restored to health. Ho
will leave for Florida in a few days
EOH AN INCREASE
WESTERN UNION MEN MAY GO
OUT ON STRIKE IF IT IS
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 17. —A re
port lias been received that COO
Western Union telegraph operators
in Chicago have presented a petition
to the conniany, demanding a TO per
cent, increase/ In sal ark#;, and
threatening to/strlke If their de
mand is not granted.
Strikers Are Confident.
Houston, Tex* INov. 17.—The
•1 rika .situation among the teleg
raphers employed In the local West
ern Union office remains practically
Unchanged. It is said by strikers
that three men who were brought
here by the Western Union returned
to their homes lasi, night when they
learned that a strike was on.
S. J. Gray, secretary of ithe local
union of telegraphers, says the strik'
ing poerators are confident of vic
tory, and that the utmost harmony
prevails In their ranks. Many as
surances. ho says, have been re
ceived from different part/: .-of the
6 VESSELS SINK
TERRIFIC STORM REPORTED
ALONG THE COAST NEAR
Ottawa, Ont., Nov J 7 disns
trims gate is sweeping along the
coast, doing great damage. Reports
received here today show that six
vessels have already been wrecked
by the gale and It is feared that
many other vessels have been dam
The storm was severe near St.
John and Charlottetown, and it is
feared that several steamers In that
vicinity have gone down in tho gale.
A. large number of ■null boat* were
wrecked and damaged.
ufflnswick and Her
MORNING Ai MIC ME
Rumor Has It That toe New Sche
dule Will be Put On Wy the Road
On or Before January
According to a well founded ikru
inor in railroad circles AtniSta,
Birmingham and Atlantic , railroad
will, in the near future, inaugurate
a double daily schedule ipeiween
Brunswick and Montezuma. It ia
stated that the now ischednio will
bo inaugurated on or before January
This announcment. if true, will be
nf great interest to ithe people in
general along the line of the road
and especially to those in Bruns
wick. While Ihe present schedule
an the A.. B. aud A. is quite satls
lactory, a double daily a. bedule is
needed and nothing could help
Brunswick more at present.
Under the present schedule it ia
uecessary for visitors along the road
u> spend a. night in Bunswick when
they visit the city. In other words
it is impossible for the people to
leave their homes, come to Bruns
wick and return the same day. It
Is inconvenient for a business man
to leave his place of business from
noon one (lay until the following
day, but such is necessary at pres
ent. The through train on the A.,
B. and A. arrives in Brunswick now
at 1:50 and the visitor is given un
til (l o’cloi k the following morning,
getting to ids home before noon.
Under the new schedule it is pro
posed to operate one train into
Brunswick early in the morning and
the G her jlatei in tho afternoon,
trains will depart from this city
about 5 a. in. and 7:20 p. m. There
fore a visitor could arrive. In the
city at 7 o’clock in tho morning,
aiend tho entire day here and get
back home at 9 or 10 o’clock at
Officials of the road in this city
are not in position to confirm the
rumor, but it Is known that the
road lias been contemplating a dou
ble daily schedule for some time
aud the business men and other*
of Brunswick will be glad to learn
that it is to soon be inaugurated.
WHOLESALE STAMPS ARE
TO BE RESTRICTED
A clever bit of graft said to be
practiced by aamo liquor dealers wlji
ta cut out by the latest United
States intern il revenue circular, a
copy of which reached Rucker Frl
The circular orders that after Jan'
nary l, 1907, tollectos shall decline
to issue a wholesale dealer’s stamp
tor use on any package not filled on
the premises of a wholesale liquor
dealer or on any/unbroken package
bearing the marine, stamps or brand*
required by la#. Tho unnecessary
expense of Isijning too many whole
sale dealers’ stamps Is the reason
the circular assigns for the order.
It is generally reported, however,
that the wholesale dealers’ stamp is
often uig-d on packages containing
rectified liquors and for the special
purpose of concealing the fact they
are rectified goods. This Is regard
ed as unfair to tho purchaser and
will be stopped by the order becom
ing effective In 1907.
CoaiflreMman Gaines ill.
St. Ixmls, Nov. 17.—Congressman
John Wesley Otises, of Tennessee,
is seriously U 1 here of appeodicitie.