Newspaper Page Text
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 23, 1911.
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. J FD22LI3nin EYESY MOBNINO-EXCEPT MONDAY ; BY - JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. FRANK L MAYES. President r.zr.zzzn the associated press. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ....$5 00 One Month . .. n IS ... ..SE9 On "We , 10 1 2$ Weekly Edition, per year. .Jl (-0 One Tear . - i EIx Montis . . Three 11 otitis. . Tbm Pensacola Ketrapeper That Ham Alwmym PvblJahed m Detailed Circulation Statement. Offices Journil Building, Corner DeLuns artd tntsndsncts Phones: Editorial Rooms, FOREIGN ADVERTISING. rorelgn Advertising Robert MaeQuold. Special Representative. New Tork Office 404 Trfbune Building. Chicago Office 301-187 Dearborn Street. r. .- PSNSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNIS'O. MARCH 21. ltll. - Recognizing the Growth of the South. - Southern development along Indus trial and agricultural llnea has caused ' thousands to com to the south In re 1 cent years and the movement Is barely ; begun, a larger number having arrived this past year than in any one year In the history of the south. That thtJ fact is being realized Is aptly shown by an editorial in the Cincinnati En Oulrer, which says, in part: k The southern states have gained more In population In the thirty years I last passed than Canada has people In ;her entire dominion, and marvelous as i has been the development of the na ! tlon to the north, that of our 6wh south has far exceeded it. Not a country that the sun shines upon has, during the last forty- years, 'made the progress in agriculture, Ja ; manufactures, in the opening up of 'her mines, forests and mills and gen ferai trade as has this region lying at !our very door, which we know as the : south. The increase In her population dur ing that tlm has been exceedingly great, and yet she has had the. open ing up, the giving away to homestead ers, of millions Of acres of land In the west to contend with , in that, same period of time. - The statistics of the two last cen suses fixed upon the mind of the nation the steady growth of the south, proved to the world Its attractiveness to thda in pursuit of fortune, or Of independ ence, accompanied with health, and the year since the last census wal taken has strongly accentuated the current of population that steadily flows from our northern states to be come permanently fixed as settlers la 'the south. ' The alluring stories of the gold fields ef ths west and the great government homestead grants started the trend of , travel In that direction and for years the south did not get its share of the northern immigrants, but today th-j 'situation is different. Not only are thousands from the north coming to the southern states . to make their tomes, but train loads from the west ere also arriving. In fact, the west and northwest are furnishing the ma jority of the homeseekers. When the many advantages the south offers are considered it is easily seen that the southbound movement is the natural and sensible move on the part of these people. The climate of the south Is unsurpassed anywhere In 'the world. The diversified farming of fers a rich field In which to labor. Farmers and laboring people find it t pleasant to live In the southland. They ! find it healthful and profitable and the I report goes back to the sections which jre less favored and others are coming Ulafly to make this their home, t The entire south is reaping the benefit,-but Florida is leading , them alL (Florida is the greatest state of the (south and. whOe it offers more advan ftages at this time, homes may be se- cured for less than In any other state. '"West Florida above all offers to the .rich man a profitable field for lnvest rinent and to the poor man a wealth of ; success and happiness. Violating the Drug Laws. It is hard to realize that druggists ; leading ones of the state would wil lingly anal continually violate the laws f the state and endanger the lives of people by diluting medicines, but such 'Is the case, according to the state pure How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for. any ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hairs catarrh Cure. - x . J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo, O. We. the undersigned, hav known F. J. ! Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe htm perfectly honorable In all business : transactions and financially able to carry u any ncnrauons raioe oy ms nrm. WALDINO. KES'NAN A MARVIN. Wholesale Drurrist. Toledo. O n&H's Catarrh Cure la taken intern ally. cnng airecuy upon ine oiooa ana mu : co us surface of the system. Testiznon gals sent free. Price, 75c per bottle. Sold .xy ait vruiryiBTS. Take Hail's FamCy Pills for constipa, tlon. Entered aa second-class matter at the pot toffies at Pensacola, Florida, under Act of congress, March f. 147S. 38. Business Office, 1500. food Inspector. He says 75 per cent of the samples of tinctures examined were found to be lacking or diluted and failed tocome up to the require ments of the state and national pure food and drug laws, v Five years ago the pure food and drag laws -became effective in the United States and In Florida one" year later,' and there is no possible excuse for 75 per cent of a certain kind of drugs failing to ccrae" up td the stand ard. If Florida' wholesale druggists are voluntarily violating the laws, then they are unfit for citizens as well as druggists. The inspector says the practice has 6t t stop and Intimates thai it fid distant day prosecution will begin to remedy the evil If it cannot be stopped In other ways. That the people of the state will be heartltf in favor of h prosecutions, to" take place immediate ly, goes without saying. The practice of diluting medicine is dangerous and savors of men who care more for .the dollar" than for human lives. People of Florida have been of ths impression that the drugs given by the doctors were of the purest kind. r. N doubt the doctors themselves Were nn fief the same Impression and wit! be glad to know that the proper aothorl- tie are after the druggists wTu are falling to comply with the laws. Let the prosecutions come. Four years are enough fof them to learn what is right and what is wrong. The people should be protected from un scrupulous pharmacists, and the soon er, the better. Atlanta and Jacksonville are having then- grand opera season snd ii Is gratifying to learn that the high class opera are being properly patronized. Pensacola will demand these attrac tions In a few years more. The soldiers say that a night In the mud and fain Is preferable td a njght In some of the railway coaches fur nished by the railroads. Booker is about as proficient as Ted dy In calling the newspaper reporters liars. j ' The Ocala Banner wants to know will John Stockton run for governor? By taking a look at the past perform ances chart it's a good bet that he will. Some of the state papers are already boosting Park Trammell for governor and so far the worst thing brought against him Is that he's good looking and knows It, Almost every paper in the stats Is saying good things of the lamented Bloxham, But they did not wait until death came to say them, for during the last, years of his life he was pointed to as the man who always smiled and spread sunshine wherever he went. According to the White Springs Messenger all of the hotels in that popular resort were not destroyed by fire and the contrary reports are false, The Messenger says White Springs Is still able to accommodate all of the visitors and the town Is steadily boom ing. A half minion dollars worth of mu nicipal Improvement to begin at once. The report saying that the result of the first shots at the old battleship Texas had not been made known makes one Judge that the gunners doing the shooting need practice. The Sunday school workers will find Fensacola a fine place to spend a few days. Sending the troops to Texas was as sensible as sending the fleet around tha world, so why raise the howl? Without fear of falsely prophesying we will say that Sheehan will be known as the leading candidate but a few days more, No, we are not afraid of the hoodoo IS in regard to the circuits. It will be remembered that there were thirteen origlnaT states and that number did not seem to hamper the growth of the country. If the legislature Is afraid of thirteen, why. then give us fourteen circuits. Anything to please. . The ponies will soon be here to gather In the extra change of the Fen sacola sports. v Work on the new union station in Tampa has 'begun, to the Joy of the Tribune. ' If work once begins upon the new passenger depot In Pensaoola we are afraid The Journal win be overcome with joy. Mr. Sparkman does not seem to be worrying over the chairmanship situa tion. He knows of the good work he has been doing: In the rivers and har bors committee and has confidence in his fellow Democrats. Poet Card day Is May 1 dont forget. Booker's hfeSid proved ecxual to the attack of a German's club; - But think what would have been the damage had the club been used upon his heels I ' When someone Introduced Colonel Roosevelt as the greatest American ever produced" we are tempted to send the Introducer a history of the United States and have him refresh his mind. The tariff on wool should be re moved before the summer gets here. The Jacksonville Metropolis thinks Governor Gilchrist should appoint a special day for prayers at which time th men. women- and children should offer rip petitions to Gei asking that the legislature provide for better schools and better roads for the state. To Which The ourhal heartily agrees. The cargoes of red, snappers ara always interesting sights to Pensaoola visitors; Professor Jolly of Dublin writes long articles to tell how old the earth real ly is, but he should know that the age of Ann and the earth matter very little at this time. Florida housewives can fight the bread trurt with the reliable sweet potato. IN JUSTICE TO CONGRESSMAN SPARKMAN e . Tampa Tribune. The Florida press is speaking very gratlfylngly on the subject of the chairmanship of the Rivers and Har bors Committee and expressing - the correct opinion that this position would be worth more to this stats than any other honor that could be obtained by any Florida representa tive at Washington. : The Fensacola Journal has a par ticularly strong editorial comment on the Subject and shows that there Is absolutely nd reason why the gentle man from "Louisiana or the gentle man from Tennessee should be chosen chAirman of this committee over Mr. Sparkman, who possesses all the re quisites tor the higTi respdnsfbflity in addition to his undisputed claim of seniority. The Journal has this, appreciative estimate of Sir. Sparkman: During the years he has served on the committee he has been the Dem ocratic leader and his unerring Judg ment and his consecration to duty have made his work the subject of praise from both parties.' In the many Important matters which have Across .the Ocean Palatial, modern steameri with every comfort and conrenience. Wireiesaand submarine aimala. Travelera' checks. NORTH GERMAN LLOYD London Paris Bremen Koala a la earte without extra charge. Gibraltar Algiers Naples Genoa ErpreesfaiBnirata London Faria and Bwaiea tut faa sail stramet to ton. 4oo, Parka and Unman every Connections for Mrrajaeaa Porta erart Ecypt and Far 8atrday. Kast by Cora. Huamor rmn, on cim vany'a ateam- eablnatoaoierWaSaedae, Fn p tcu jkroaad-tB-Wotl4 tdpa, sets. TXIICES CO, Cea. agta, S Braeeway. Sew Tark erloeal arrat. DIRECTORY DR. J. B. TILLER, DENTIST S10 Blount Building. Office Phone 6ft. Residence Phone 41 T. O. YATES. M. O. Optician, 410 Blount Building. Twenty ytars - experience as an Eye Specialist. Examination free. . DR. CHAS. W. FAIN Announces the Removal of His Dental Offices to Suite 412-413 Blount Building. "E:r PHONE uia PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. SAM CHARLES ftnees Half-Sole m 15 Minute Called Per and Delivered. -NUrF 8ED." 511 South Palafox eg 5(S ali'i . w a IT u MW3JI? n depends upon proper nourish ment a balanced ration. The most frequent lack is bone-forming material, causing soft, weak, diseased, crooked bones. Scott's Emulsion supplies every: element needed. If s a balanced ration for bone as well as flesh. Every child should have a small dose daily. ALL OftUGQIST been before this committee Mr. Sparkman has been a leader. His time has been spent In preparing himself for the chairmanship which every one felt sure was ultimately to be his. When the new congress was known to be Democratic it was conceded that he would, as the rank tog Democrat, be ' appointed without opposition to this most Important commission. Other ranking Democrats on other committees are to be given their rights without question and there should be no politics played in this case. The two men who are spoken of as possible chairmen are' on the committee, but their experience has not been of a nature to qualify thera as has Mr. Sparkman's. He has work ed In this country and in foreign coun tries. He comes from the state with more seacoast than any other state In the union and In every Instance where fitness would count Mr. Sparkman is possibly superior to any other mem ber of the house? The Journal also calls attention to another consideration that 13 worthy of thought In this connection. Mr. Sparkman has. : at every senatorial election held in this state in recent years, been regarded as .a probable candidate and. Indeed, in a majority of them, it was beyond question that he could have won a place In the senate. This promotion was naturally one regarded by Mr. Sparkman as a great honor and. ono which, personally, he must have coveted. But, 6n each occasion when-there was an opOrtunity for Mr. Spark man to enter a senatorial race and with every assurance of success, he was besieged by his friends and by the most representative business peo ple 6f Fl6rida t6 turn a deaf ear to the call of promotion and to remain In the house; because a Democratic house would mean for him the chair manship of ' this committee, which Would place him In a position where he could be of much greater benefit to his state than as a senator. -. Mr. Sparkman has heeded all these urgent appeals of Floridians and has made his personal ambition and hit natural desire to go to the senate secondary to the Interests of his peo ple. He is entitled to the . highest consideration for this patriotic atti tude. And it. would be an unfortun ate dispensation of politics which would deprive him and his constitu ents of this Influential position after he has repeatedly ignored the prompt, ings of ambition In order that he might realize this desire of his state. If the Democratic leaders of the house, particularly those who com- TYpnPQV CuWED- QUICK RELIEF. LJKJT O I Reduce, awellinga in IS d .ys. Shortness of breath relieved in 88 hours. COLLUM DROPSY FEMEDY COMPANY Dept. 15. 512 Austell Building, Atlanta, Ga Phone 710 MORGAN'S STABLES Livery, Boarding and Sala Stables Single and double rigs for pleaaure. Cartages for Weddlnaa and Funerals. Well-Broken, Qood-Qalted SADDLE HORSES 2931 E. Garden St. E Y. MORGAN THE WORLD'S BEST KNOWN ANTISEPTICS. THE PEROXIDE OF HYDROGEN PREPARATIONS Peroxide Greaseless Skin Food 25o Peroxide Tooth Paste snd Powder 25o For Healing Gums and White 'Teeth. Peroxide Talcum Powder ....25c For Toilet and Bath The Enemy of Perspiration. . PEROXIDE SOAP For White Skins and Healthier Scalps. PHONE 1100. THE R. LEWIS CO. Successors to Hooton'a Pharmacy. Pastime Pool and fowling Parlor 15!i W. Romans St. , ; FINEST IN CITY. OVER NEW METHOD LAUNDRY. , OPEN TILL ty. pose the committee-appointing body, Ignore- the claims of Mr. Sparkman in this respect they will be doing a great injustice and one that cannot be defended from any standpoint either of party usage or common fair ness. The Tribune understands that the most powerful representations are being made to these gentlemen, not only by Floridians but by persons throughout the country who are In terested in Florida, and that they will not be able to sidetrack our repre sentative at this Juncture without stubbornly shutting their eyes to the demands of the party, and the people. Why It Made a Difference. A Fhiladelphlan who had business In Washington the other day. called to-see Dr. Wiley, the government's food ex pert, says the Philadelphia Times. Ia the course of their talk they discussed the perslstenoe of - some food manufac turers to violate the pure food laws. "One trouble Is that so, many per sons lack a sense of moral obligation,' said Dr. Wiley. "They seem to think that If they are hot found out they cannot have done anything wrong. They remind me of a little boy I once encountered gathering mushrooms In a meadow. ' "I looked into his bag and. to mv amazement, I saw he had mostly toad stools. - 'See, here, said X, 'those are poison you mustn't eat them." -'Oh. that's all fight, replied the youngster; they're not fef . eatln. They're f er sale.' " FOLEY KIDNEY PILL8 Neutralize and remove the poisons that cause backache, rheumatism, ner vousness and all kidney and bladder Irregularities. They build up and re store the natural action of these vital organs. W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox SL Millionaire (to ragged beggar) You ask alms and do not even take your hat off. Is that the proper way to begf. . Beggar Pardon me, sir. A police man, is looking at us from across the street. If 1 take my hat off he'll ar rest me for begging; as it is, he nat urally will think we are old friends."---Fliegende Blaetter. At Fountains & Elsewhere Ask for Thi Original snd Gcr.alni MALTED M I LEC Th9 Food-drink for All Ages. At restaurants, hotels, and fountains. . Dellpous, invigorating and sustaining. Keep it on your sideboard at .home ' Don't travel -without it A qdck lunch prepared in t mr&cte. Take no Imitation. Just say "EGRLICTS." In Ho Gombino or Trust LOST. Ladles Coat on Jacksonville train which left Pensacola Saturday morning. Evidently taken by mistake. Other coat left in charge of Pullman Conductor, Finder please return to Pensaoola Chief of Police or Miss Harriet Adams, Milton, Fla., care Dr. Hankins. No burning no smarting The wonderful comfort of the Red Croat Shoe is specially de lightful durinsr the hot weather when the heat keeps your feet so j sensitive. Its sola is of reeular thickness.' yet you can bend it double when new. I here is no extra inaidt sole, no cushion of felt to make i your feet penpire. - Lome in ana try oa ue jcea -. .a v Cross Shoe. Walk in it. Learn how it moves with vour root, x oia is wnat gives tne feel ing of ease, of comfort you can not imagine until you have worn it. Oxford $3.60 and $4. Hieh C . pt t - - I Shoes $4, $4.50 and $5. Tie sal is tatacd by (le apedof JM Croat rVecesa. Tkit process frame aU tfcc bafWi NAT URAL 7 ami elaiticity, maket the Red Creaa Shot tope with year footjutt Jt m c be sweat with year hand. Boston Shoe Store 117 S. Palafox lwl M R fti if U H H sr,W" 2 in flip ,Skf rtm toTi VT12 1X1 llie JlOmacn as quickly aa possible ii you would avoid a bilious attack. SIMMONS RED Z LIVER REGULATOR - (THS POWDER FORM) Is a cleansing and strengthening medicine. It is a liver tonic first of all and the liver is always effected when the stomach goes wrong. It puts life in a torpid liver, helps digestion, sweetens the breath, clears the complexion of sallowness, relaxes the bowels and puts the body in fins vigorous condition. Sold by Dealer, Price. Large Package. tl.OO. Aik lor the famine wit die Rat Z an Ow label. H yea annot n fx, remit to M. w win sea k by audi poftpaid. Slmmont Iinr Rernlator pot op ate ia liquid fona far thote wbo prefcx k. Pric J1.00 per bode. Look for the Red Z UbA. J. B. ZEIUlf A CO.. rroprtetors. St. Lovts. Ulmmam Ta POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR MAYOR. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Mayor cf the City of Pensacola, sub ject to the action of the City Democratic Primaries. If elected I will devote my time and attention to the duties of the efflee. Tour vote and Support Is respect fully solicited. . CO. GOODMAN. t hereby announce mystff a candidate for Mayor of the City of Pensacola. sub ject to the White "Democratic Primary, ADO LP H GREENHUT. I hereby announce mvself a eandilte to Succeed mywlf, for Mayor of the City of Pensacola. eubject to the action of the Democratic Primaries. I respectfully soJlcit your support. . FRANK REILL.Y. I "hereby announce myself a candidate for Mavor of the City of Pensacola, sub ject to the action of the Democratic Pri maries. Tour support respectfully solicit- CS 3. E. CONCANNON. FOR C!TV ATTORNEY. I am a candidate for re-election to the Offloe of City Attorney; subject . to the action of the White Democratic Primar ies. - JOHN B. JONES. COMPTROLLER. I hereby announce myself a eanaidate for re-election to the office of Comp troller, subject to the action of the Democratic Prirftary, and will appreciate the votes of alL . JNO. Q WARD. OR TAX ASSESSOR. I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election as City Tax Assessor, subject to the action of the White Democratic Primary. THOS. JOHNSON. I herebv announce myself a candidate for the office of ta assessor, subject to the action of the White Democratic pri maries, and respectfully solicit the sup port of all voters. - . GEO. W. BON1FAT. FOR TAX COLLECTOR. I hereby announce myself for re-election for the office Of City Ta Collector, sub ject to the action of the White Democratic Primaries. . : .. JOHN CART WHITING. FOR RECORDER, announce myself a candidate to succeed myself fof recorder, subject to the action of the City Democratic Pri maries. ,Tour Support respectfully solicit ed. WILLIAM M. JOHNSON. Recorder. t hereby announce my candidacy for City Recorder, -subject to the action of the White Democratic Primary- Tour support will be appreciated. JNO. O. WELSH. FOR MARSHAL. . . I am a candidate fof City Marshal, sub Ject to the White Democratic Primarlee, and will appreciate the support of all democrats. . FRANK WILDE. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election for City Marshal, subject to the action of the Democratic tfimar les. I promise that If elected I wlU serve the public In the future as I have In the Part . FRANK f5 ANDERS. By the request Of my friends, I hereby announce my canaiaacy ior murniiiu i the City of Pensacola, subject to the ac tlon of the White Democratic Primaries. VICTOR HOL.ST. Sr. FIRE CHIEF. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Chief of the Fire Department, Subject to the ac tion of the White Democratic Primaries, and will appreciate the support of all vot ers. W. R. BICKER. FOR FIRE CHIEF. I hereby lannounee my candidacy fof Chief of the Fire Department, subject to the White Democratic Primary, xour support will be appreciated. HENRY J. COBURGER. FOR CITY ELECTRICIAN. I hereby announce my candidacy for re election as City Electrician, subject to the Democratic Primary. I have held this position for IK years and am running; on my reCOrtL LEN Le BARON. FOR CITY PHYSICIAN. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for re-election for City Physician, subject to the White Democratic Primar ies, and ask your support on my past record. DR. E. F. BRUCE. I hereby announce my candidacy for City Physician, subject to the action of the White Democratic Primary. The sup port of ail democrats will be appreciated. WM. D. NOBLES. FOR PLUMBING INSPECTOR. I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election as Plumbing Inspector, sub ject to the action of the White Demo cratic Primary. Your support will be ap preciated. JACK BRANDON. I wish to announce my candidacy for Plumbing Inspector, subject to the action of the White Democratic Primaries. GEO. H. HINRICHS. I bee; to announce to the Democratic voters of the City of Pensacola that I am a candidate tor the office of Plumbing; In spector, and respectfully aak your support at the next Democratlo Primary election. B. G. A COSTA. FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION. I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election as City Supervisor of Regis tration, subject to the White Democratic Primary. If my work In that offloe meets with your approval X shall be glad to have your support. J. IX GOSS. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Supervisor of Registra tion, subject to the action of the Demo cratic Primaries, and respectfully solicit the votes of ail democrat a F. Zi. SEEGEB. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Supervisor of Registration, subject to the action ef the Democratic Primaries. Your support respectfully solicited. B. de GRAAF. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Supervisor of Registra tion. I am sot asking your support be cause you may have iom special grie vance against Mr. GVaa. but aak you be causa I want the office, and am wiUing to work to get it. Thanking you for any favors shown, I am. Respectfully, XL M. MERRITT. it' s . comes from food which has fermented. Get rid of this badlv digested matter I hereby announce my candidacy for Supervisor ef Registration, subject to the action of the White Democratic Primary. JOS. A. HICKS. FOR SUPERINTENDENT WATER WORKS. I hereby announce my candidacy for the offloe of Superintendent of Water Works, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries, and ask the sup port of all voters. 3. It. SWEENEY. FOR STREET SUPERINTENDENT. I am a candidate for Street Superin tendent, subject to the White Democratic Primaries, and win appreciate your sup port. I employ only white labor. MIKE O LEARY I hereby announce myself a candidate for Street Superintendent subject to tho action of the coming Democratic Primar ies, and respectfully solicit your support I am now serving the unexpired term made vacant by the death of the late superintendent. DAN W. JONES. I hereby announce my candidacy fo Street Superintendent, subject to the ac tion of the White Democratic Primary. The support of all democratls will be ap-' predated. I have had eight years' ex-' perience as foreman on street work. - JAS. O'BRIEN. . 5ereby' announce myself a candidate for Street Superintendent of the City Of Pensacola, subject to the action of the City Democratic Primaries. Will appre- ?1 ..y?,ur Rnd yur support Is re spectfully solicited. I CARLSON. . A. Dubuisson, the tax payers' eanOi date for Superintendent of Streets. Thirty years a resident of Penaaeola, 33 years a merchant at one stand. I hereby-announce myself a candidate :?,K48treS- superintendent of Pensacola. subject to the Action of the Democratic Primaries and respectfully sclldt the sup port of all voters. -. ..... JOHN BURNS. . I hereby announce myself a candidate for Street Superintendent of the City of Pensacola, subject to the action of th ,.5L.Pe.mo:ratlc Primaries. I respactfullv solicit the support of the voters of the city. ' CHAS. H. "VTLLAR. FOR BUILDING INSPECTOR. I hereby announce fnyaelf a candidate for the office of Building Inspector, aub Ject to the action of the City Democratic Primaries and respectfully solicit the votes of all democrats. CADE H SHACKLfcrORD. t..Iiili'Teb nnunoe my candidacy fwL Building Inspector in the approaching Ffy Democratic Primary, and respect fully eoUclt the support of aU voters. JOHN B. LONG- v Ii,iltsreD,y' announce my candidacy fdr building inspector, arutject to the action ZiJte iWml? Democratic Primaries, I Should like the support of aU democrats. BEN W. SIT. ELY. i - a V.J. Berry hereby announces as a candidate for the office of City Building Jn?pS.tor' ."bject to tha action of the City Democratic Primaries, tf elected. I will strictly enforce the Building ordi nances for the safety of life and property. Respectfully, , - W. J. BERRY. !reby announce my candidacy for ' Bundinglnspector. subject to the action of the White Democratic Primary. Your support will be appreciated. ... JOHN A. ANDERSON. FOR ALDERMAN AT LARGE. I am a candidate for re-election as Alderman at Large from Precinct 14, sub ject to the White ' Democratio Primary. The support of ail democrats Will bft ap preciated. r. O. RENSSAW. I hereby announce mrkelf a candidate for Alderman at Large from Precinct No. 14, subject to the action of the White Democratic Primaries. If elected - will stand for progress. - Your support will be greatly appreciated. c G. W. OWfiN.i .-T FOR ALDERMAN, PRECINCT 12, I hereby announce myself a candidate for Pj-ecinct Alderman from Precinct No. 12, . subject to the action of the Demo cratic Primaries. , . JOHN a OLIVER. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Precinct Alderman from Precinct Number Twelve, subject to the action of the White Democratlo Primaries. I will appreciate your vote. L. E. BOG AN. FOR ALDERMAN AT LARGE. I hereby announce my candidacy for re election as Alderman at Large from Pre- cinct IS, and respectfully solicit the sup- port of aU votera JOHN PFEIFFER. FOR ALDERMAN, PRECINCT 13. X hereby announce myself a candidate for Precinct Alderman from Precinct No. 13, subject to the action of the Demo cratlo Primaries. GEO. MoGHAN. JR. FOR ALDERMAN, PRECINCT 14. X hereby announce my candidacy for re-election as Precinct Alderman from Precinct No. 14, subject to the White Democratic Primary. DAV33 KUGELMAN. FOR ALDERMAN, PRECINCT NO. 15. I hereby announce myself a candidate -for Precinct Alderman from Precinct 15, I subject to the action of the Democratic -Primaries. I will appreciate your vote t and any effort you make in my behalf. OLIVER J. SEM3IES, JR. "What's parlor socialism T aske-J Grayce. "Having two callers at th Mm time and letting; each hold a hand." explained MaybeHe. LoulsvUle Cou rier-Journal. ' Window Shades Stock sizes and made to fit any window. JCS-.V Sooth PJafq A ygc jZ Ji t I 1