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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 15 1905 S
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A YOUNG
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akes no pride in dress is
Capped Theal fyoung
J If today realizes the bus
wisdom ot b ing well
cd not carefully attir
as the snobbish writers of
on put it but simply
J dress d We cater to the
t of the ambitious young
nan and the conservative bus
1 3 man amrCb wno want
good taste Tn tlress
MATCH US IF YOU CAN
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STA1iDARDILoIHIf1GflJ
IJ THIESEn YUILD
C C Goodman GeoArnsperger
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R K WHITE
fitchmaker Manur cturln JS
and Graduate Optician
I B PalAfor Street Feasoula Fix
TERSELY TOLD
J S Harrison of Jacksonville a
pnnlrent citizen of that city Is here j
c u i short business visit I
Miss Lizzie M Waite eft this 1
mornirg for a weeks visit to the
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v hautauqu at DeFuniak Springs
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United States Deputy Marshal
iiartoa yesterday arrested and plac
U In jail August Luis Otto Soltger
Lurtwig PoaltB aad W SchulL desert
t s from the Norwegian bark Solberg
E OBriea of Mobile inspector of
hulls sad boilers for this district was
in the cRy yesterday and Inspected
ne tug Florence Wit erbee which
lae just beca completed after a thor
ough overbawHag
Mies Hla GoBUiez and Miss Flor
ida de la Rna of Pensacola were the I
charming guests oC Misses Lottie and
Bessie Riw Friday week T iey at
teaded the Friday evening dance I
Mr Buayaa Leg of Peasacola was
In town visiting friends one day last
Veek EscamWa Record
IB the report of tae meeting and I
t Action of officers of S B A No
1 it was otated that Dan Murphy had
cn reftected as secretary This Is
n error a > > os Tuttle who had
ii11 eeniag fr a number of months
111jnJ to the ittaess of Mr Murphy
I 1a eUvted to that position
Sergeant W F Ritchie of the Sig
na Corps IT S Army arrived in the
< ty vesterday from New York He
Lag wen aseigaed to the position of
t < eaph operator at Fort Barrancas
E E Lux of the Rochelle Ill In
tiopend n and M V Baker of e
lton 111 Times are in the city
lor a leN days
ThpfS abestl in everything I
e Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla OXj
t rfs are tie finest that money can
pylucc Best ever Made
FIFTEEN HUNDRED
HUNDREDSHAD
SHAD CAUGHT
CAUGHTi
Eggest Haul Recorded for Many
Years Value About 1000
Rild ka March HThe biggest
ho catch of tae season and for
a I y years for fRat matter was
ca by Captata S J Reynoldss
f Men last week when liOU ot
tf M > r beauties were landed They
f one forty barrels and it is
1It are worth about 25 per bar
° Th > following night Captain
T > 1 c < v 8 m e a hauled in 500 more
rb j < Ix two nights Other
r inn of oosrse captured their
° Tnce ftsfe have beeR unHSual
T a < > tnte year up to this time
ai Ty ftsermon left Palatka
t n di8gnet The scarcity of
fua flu e tw 4 the price of fish to j
i P ward sad Captain Reynolds
K a Jte aas been receiving I
I y 1 froat m coats to 150 lor j
b 6 4j roe Sha4i Vf course bring
lfiev or figure I
THE ANTIPRIMARY MOVEMENT
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t WAS LAUNCHED LAST NIGHT
Mayor Welles and Comptroller Morgan
State Emphatically That They Are
Not Candidates for Mayor I
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MEETING HELD IN EUTOPIA
CLUB WHICH WAS ATTENDED
BY ABOUT SEVENTYEIGHT
CITIZENSWHO WENT ON REC
ORD AS BEING AGAINST THE
PRIMARY DR RENSHAW
ELECTED CHAIRMAN
The antidemocratic primary move
ment was launched last night A
meeting was held in the negrp dance
hall known as Eutopia Club at
tne corner of Railroad and Govern
ment streets and about seventyeignt
citizens attended Officers were elect
ed scad speeches matfe a committee
appointed and various and sundry
matters which usually occur in meet
ings of this character transacted
The chief features of the meeting
were two announcements One came
from the mouth of the Big Mayor
who announced in sonorous tones that
he would not be a candidate for mayor
or any official position Comptroll
er George T Morgan made a similar
announcement Neither created any
amount of interest however At least
no excitement was noticeable at these
astonishing statements
Those in attendance began to ar
rive at the hall early in the evening
and at 8 oclock the following wee
noticed about the hall Michael
OLeary Carroll George Joe Febro
Walter Everett Thps Tuttle Oscar
Anderson Dr H H ulterJas
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Gassie Clarke Eugene Arbona This
II Nee W T Duncan Tom Mullen
Frank Davis Matt MoCloskey Ru
I dolph RIvas Thos Kivas Aaron Kel
ly M G Johnson John G Ward Bev
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erly Ward Alderman W I Moyer I
I A McD Moyer Oliver Wh teJos
Brown M A Touart Abe Daniel J
L Beirne like Riera Ollie Lehr
Geo T Morgan Mayor T E Welles
Monroe Campbell Elliott Mcdoskey
W Tharp E W Mcintyre Dr Frank
G Renshaw Jas G Waters City
Treasurer Jos I Johnson Frank BI
Radcliffe Sam B Flynn < J I Shine
Thos Perry G M Gonzalez Wm Ma
lone N Spottswood H Maloney Ar
I thur McClure George Baars A S
I Cox En Senior Laz Jacoby B L >
Gladden N Berlin Tohn CaroT
Long Mr Hauteman Ike Hlelbron
Jas Clarke Wm Kyle Alderman O
M Pryor J A Daw C A ONeal
Chas Carlin J J Hooton Ben Bar
clay Jas Hanson A Zelius and quite
a number of others The sentiments
of a number of these gentlemen how
ever are not known Possibly some
I of them may have been attracted out
of curiosity
Alderman Pryor called the meeting
I to order He stated the election of
I officers was the first business Dr
I Frank G Renslaw was chosen chair
man and John G War secretary Mr
i Pryor in making this announcement
I dwelt at some length upon the present
I manner in which matters concerning
the next city election were being car
ried on His remarks were greeted
with applause In the opinion of Mr
Pryor those who do not participate in
the democratic primary are as good
democrats as those who do
Renshaw as Chairman
Then some one arose The name of
Dr Frank G Renshaw was placed in
nomination as chairman There were
a number of seconds to the nomina
tion among them being James Gas
sie Clarke and Monroe Campbell
I Tie election was made unanimous
Dr Renshaw taking the stage
dwelt at some length npon the present
movement to have a democratic whits
primary He said It was a question
of the voices of the people against a
small corterie of wouldbe agents of
the people We are here to cast our
votes as we see fit Applause
He continued and stated that every
one had political rights antf dwelt
upon the fact that those who had in
augurated the movement had done so
for political purposes but that he
was a friend to each and everyone
and believed each to be a gentleman
The chairman then proceeded to
band out a roast to lUbe Journal and I
its representative at the meeJng ow t
ing to the fact that the paper had
taken a stand in favor of the primary
and because the latter had not report
I ed a meeting which he said had been t
held a short time since I
I Business was then resumed The
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DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY
I I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZES
i STERLING SILVERWARE
ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS
CUT GLASSWARE
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name of Jos I Johnson the present I
cltj treasurer was placed in ionii > ia
tion for secretary He declined John
G Ward was then nominated He
acceptedand was elected
These nominations were then made
permanent
James Gassie Clarke moved thai
the organiation be known as the City
League Mr Pryor amended by sub
stituting City Gqod Government
League
Sam B Flynn made amotion that
a committee be appointed to draft
resolutions and bylaws
None of these motions were put
but the chair stated making it only
as a suggestion that the object cf
the meeting be made known and a
committee appointed to draw up rules
of the same
Up to this time a number of the
spectators were in ignorance as to
the purpose of the meeting and they
remained in that state for some due
The assembly focgot in the election
of officers to elect vicepresidents
This was called up by B Gladden
ftlr Pryor and Mr Gladden were cho
sen for these positions
The Fun Begins
Then the > began George TI
Morgan was called upon for a speech
in that style peculiarly his own he
stepped forward Facing his audi I
ence he said
The glamor of politics no longer
attracts melet me aloneI seek no
honors and will retire in order to
hear from other gentlemen
A number insisted that Mr Morgan
give his views but the chair ruled
that Mr Morgan was an old politician
and that younger members be neard
from
The Big Mayor
Then came forward the Big May
or He spoke humorously of the beau
ty ot Mike OLeary and thenthen
he announced that he had never been
a strong primary man He explained
thoughand he was heard by all pres
ent that he was not a candidate for
any ofike and that he felt a certain
sort Ot delicacy as participating In
the meeting He did not think it
right for five men to call a white dem
ocratic primary without getting the
expression of the voters They are
hightoned gentlemen said hebut
the voters should express their views
The Pensacola Journal he said held
some kind of an election some two
years ago Over four hundred votes
were castbut views may chang
said the mayor People voting ojie
way two years ago may vote another
tomorrow He cited his own votetwo
years agoand said that possibly he
might not secure that many votes to
morrow were he to enter an election
He said the question before the
meeting was Will we go into the
white democratic primary or stay
out Decide
He said there was ample room In
Pensacola for both sides He was not
a candidate for any position
Michael OLeary
caused considerable laughter la his
talk He spoke humorously and was
real witty He mentioned during his
remarks that Dr Renshaw woultf
make an excellent mayor To the un
initiated this haft but little signifi
cance
Frank B Radcliffe
was the next on the program He
was against the primary because of
the fact that there were republicans
paying taxes in much larger amounts
than he and they should have a voice
in the selection of officers He was
loudly applauded when he aid in con
clusion that should a man come out
against the present candIdate he
would surely support him He did net
wish to go behind the primary how
ever if it could be properly con
ducted
J J Hooton said he would not par
ticipate in the primary whether or
not there was an independent ticket
Jas H Hansen bad similar views
E W Mclntyre like a number of
others was at sea as to the object of
the meeting He moved to have a
vote taken to get the sense of the
meeting He was ably seconded by
Sam B Flynn
Against Primary
The chair announced that those op
posed to the primary so signify by
saying Aye There were perhapt
twentyfive There were no dsenting
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votes I
Jas OBrien then moved that a com II
mittee of three be appointed from
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each precinct to draw up the consti
tution bylaws etc governing the
club and also to choose a name for
the same The mayor amended i > y
giving this committee authority lo I
bring forward the names of candidates
for endorsements 11
The chair was in somewhat of a
dilemma being called upon to appoint i
this committee at once but the mayor t
suggested that he defer these appoint
mens for a few days during vhich j
time he would have an opportunity to I
consult with his friends This suggestion
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gestion was adopted I
Ben Barclay then spoke upon chimj
neycorner politicsevidently refer
ring to those participating in the ex I
ecutive committee meeting A S
Cox also spoke
The meeting adjourned
BRONCHIA
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A most wonderful
mfcf9 for aKtsroitchlaU
i atttiIHtfI A INaIII
THE BOARD OF
PUBLIC SAFETY
The Board of Public Works held its
regular meeting yesterday afternoon
The full board was present After
the reading of the minutes and
the reports of the street super
intendent the question of placing
arc lights was considered The mayor
suggested that one be placed at the
corner of Tarragona and Gadsden
streets This was later matfe in the
form of a motion and was adopted
Another arc light was ordered plac
ed at the corner of Gadsden and Alca
niz streets where there is consider
able traffic
The changing of numerous gas
lights was discussed and several
changes of this character ordered
especially pertaining to the lights on
Cervantes street three of which will
be transferred to Strong street there
having been a misunderstanding when
they were ordered installed tm the for
mer street
L J Anderson was granted a per
mit to use the ol < pattern shop on
South Palafox street during the time
that the fleet remains here it being I
understood that he will not improve
the same the building having been
condemned j
Mr Bolstead a visitor was given
permission to use Main street for
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erecting astand provided Mr Anson
the lessee of the premises does not I
object i
obJeThe Escambia Electric Light Com I
pany gave notice that arc lights tatf
been Installed at the intersections of I
La Rua and Hayne Jackson and Hayne
and Gadsden and Hayne streets as
instructions
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Letters were read from A S Mann
who had charge of the Good Roads
work in the state of Florioa in whIch
he stated that he hoped to have a
sample mile of road constructed in I
Pensacola during the next few weeks
and also stating that the material
sent from this county was among the
best seen in Florida i
TWO CONVICTIONS i
IN CRIMINAL COURT
In the criminal court yesterday I
Judge Begs presiding two defend
ants were convicted The first case I
called was that of Idella Powell col I
ored charged with assault and bat
tery upon Mary Montgomery also
colored She wag convicted I
The other case was that of Robert
Brown charged with carrying con i
cealed weapons It was likewise con
victed but his attorney C M Jones I
gave notice that he would ask for a
new trial I
Court adjourned until next Monday
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ANOTHEh GERM DESTROYER
Herpiolde is Death to Dandruff
Germs
The germ burrows into the scalp
throwing up the cuticle in thin
scales called dandruff or scurf and
digging at the root of the hair where
it saps the hairs vitality First
comes brittle hair then lusterless
and deadlike hair then falling hair
and finally baldness Ninetenths
of the hair troubles are caused by
dandruff Without dandruff hair
will grow luxuriantly as nature in
tended Herpicide kills the dan
druff germ leaving the hair to grow
unhampered as it does with the
American red man Sold by leading
druggists For sale by W A DAlem
berte druggist and apothecary 121
S Palafox Send 10 cents In stamps
for sample to The Herpicide Com
p ny Detroit Mich
i B WRIGHT 8l GO
JaQufacturera of
and Dealer IB
LUMBER LATHS SAWED CYR I
8HlNCltes AMD KILN
DRIED SAPS
X New i
Souvenir i
fiew BOOk i
of
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We have just had
I issued a new Sou
venir View Book i
of Pensacola and I
I vicinity showing
scenes in and
around Pensacola i
Navy Yard etc 1
made of the finest
paper and with I
beautiful covers
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Book Store
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235 Phone
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To the
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Ladies of Pensacola
We wish to call your attention to the fact that we are fitting up a I
Readyto Wear Department I
for the purpose of showing a full line of
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Ladies Shirt Waists Skirts and Suits fti
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We r determined to make this department r of the leading features our jj
business and you can rest assured that anything you buy of us will be perfect in
style and workmanship I
A special purchase of White Lawn Shirt Waists at a price that enables us to
offer specialinducements to introduce the line f
100 White Lawn Shirt Waists sheer fine quality nicely trimmeda
great bargain 69C
125 White Lawn Shirt Waists
handsomely trimmed in em
broidery tucks and lace a beauty
for the price S 0 I 9 1
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Stylish Silk Shirt Waist Suits 1
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AllSilk Chiffon Taffeta Shirt Waist Suits in brown blue or black beautifully f
made the greatest values ever offered at 119O
1750 Taffeta Silk Suits special prices 1290
White Wash Jap Silk Waists beautifully made extra quality to go at I
35Q 4 SO 500 ti
We have plenty other styles coming every day
Dont buy anything in ReadytoWear Shirt Waists Skirts or Suits
until you have seen our line and compared the prices We will satisfied with m
the result j
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A PROMINENT J
VISITOR HERE
Among the prominent visitors to
the city yesterday was Congressman I
John Dalzell of Pennsylvania who I
spent a few hours in the city and
was entertained by a number of II
prominent citizens
The congressman accompanied by
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some prominent naval officers reach
ed the city yesterday morning on the I
new lighthouse tender Ivy which has
j just been placed in commission He II
Is on a pleasure tour and will remain
in Pensacola only a few days The
Ivy is one of the finest boats in the
service and as the congressman is on
the committee controlling the service
he is consequently interested in what
is being done in this district
Yesteraay Congressman Dalzell was
entertained at the Osceola Club by F
C Brent J Ed OBrien and D G
Brent and several hours were spent
most pleasantly Afterwards the con
gressman was accompanied to the
Ivy by Captain CTBrien
WESTVILIE NEWS
Westville Fla March ltMrs
John McLendon of Montgomery Ala
bama is visiting relatives and friends
bere
t Rev R Q Baker preached Sunday
and Sunday night at the Presbyterian t
church
Mr Jack Andrews of Prosperity
Florida is in town today
Married at the residence of the
brides Father Mr Louis C Ward to
Miss Clara Brazile
I Mr M C T Collins from Cairo
Georci t was in town Saturday trans
acting business with W T Bludworth
Esq
I EsqMiss Miles Andre p of the north
I western part of this county was here
yesterday
i Hon W W Flournoy of DeFuniak
i Springs was a welcome visitor to our
town Sunday
i J L Jackson of Vernon Florida
I was here Friday
I Master Carlton Jackson Vernon
who has been attending the Westville
I high school returned to his homo
Friday
I Mrs Morrisons house is nearing
completion
Hon W H Brett Jr clerk of cir
cuit court left here today for the
east side of the river
Mr C A Andrews who has been
studying law at Marianna ishere on a
visit
LADIES INVITED
The Ladiesare cordially invited to
call today and the rest of the week
at the Escambia Hotel and see the
hundreds of new style Spring Ready
toWear Garments being displayed by
A Nachman exIusivladies Out
fitter of Montgomery Ala
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150 Fine White Lawn Shirt I I
Waist Suits beautifully made
with new style sleeves and trim
med in lace embroidery and t4
tucks for 125
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Spring Cleaning is Mot HiZ
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Far Off 1J
Theres many hingSv needed throughout the house 1i
for hall parlor sitting room or bed room We have Li
Just what you need and want but whatyou will es J j r
pecially need is f
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MARSTON QUtNA J
108110 South Palafox St Phgne 149 Pensacola Fli r
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HATS HATS j
See Our Show Window
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Advance Showing in New Spring Styles
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Our Metz Hat at 150 and 200 i < kheestpopu
lar priced Hat on the market
The Negligee new soft hat is our leader for this
season in coffee brown cedar and black Cane
dented creased or telescoped im is dippe Hn front I 1
M Clothing Store
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323 S PALAFOX STREET OPPOSITE SQUARE f
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LESTER PIANOS
have been favorites for a
number of years Guar
anteed for a lifetime A
I large line to select from
I Will gladly explain all the
points of superiority of the
LESTER They cost more than
other pianos but they are worth
more
Very Easy Terms
I The Clutter Music Houso
4 114 S Palafox St
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LAUNCH
EXCURSIONS
DAILY r
iFour firstclass launcaeCtrpIa
Nancy Edna S and Robert L
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Daily trips to SANTAk
ISLAND GULF BEACH and ALL
POINTS OF INTEREST and 10 a m
and2pm
Special trip every Thursday U n
THE SOUND leaving city wharf at
Pam
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