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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1911.
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING EX CEPT MONDAY. BY JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY FRANK U MAYES. President. MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Three Months.. 1.15 One Month 45 Blx Months....! 50 On Week .10 One Tear S.OO Weekly, year.. 1.00 Ofloea Journal Building. Corner De Luna and Intendenela. Entered as second-class matter at the postofflc at Pensarola, Florida, ' under Act of Congreaa. March 3. 1879. Phones: Editorial Rooms, 38. Busi ness Office, 1500. FOREIGN ADVERTISING. Tonign Advertising Robert MaQuoId, Special Representative. New York Office Room 903 Bruns wick Bnlldlnr. Chicago Office Crllly Bid.. 35 S. Dearborn St. SATURDAY. APRIL 22. 1911. Senator Martin 'And His Record. Since be was chosen as leader The Journal does sot care to try to create any dissatisfaction among the ranks of the Democrats, but It Is not out of place to give the record of Senator Martin. Some of Mr. Bryan's critics were disposed to condemn him for going? to "Washington and expressing opposition to Senator Martin as leader f the senate, Mr. Martin's position on the tariff Is anything: but In thorough, accord with the Democratic platform and his votes on the Payne-Aldrich tariff do not show him up to advantage. During the time that the tariff bill was up for discussion there were 129 roll calls, during; which Senator Martin voted gainst Senator Aldrich 89 times and with him 18 times, and he was absent from roll call 22 times. "When it is remembered how iniqui tous the Payne-Aldrich bill Is. the record Is not a flattering one, and when the cases where he voted with Senator Aldrich are pointed out the record shows up to even worse advan tage. Only one Instance will be given here, but that should be sufficient to place him and show his colors. He may take a different position now, but It is not likely that he wilL When the motion was made to re commit the schedule on woolen goods to the committee to cut down the tonus which amounts to about 100 per cent. Senator Martin voted with Sen ator Aldrich against the recommittal. The woolen goods tariff is one of the most undesirable In existence, and one that If It Is eliminated will benefit more people than any other one. Taking all of this into consideration is there any wonder that Mr. Bryan wanted another selected as leader of the Democrats in the senate? Mr. Martin is not in accord with the ma jority of the Democrats of the country, but he has a chance to show what he really Is. It might be added also that both of Florida's senators voted for Senator Martin. Placing the Blame For Deaths. Two of the owners of the shirtwaist factory in New York have been in dicted for manslaughter In not having their factory building properly equipped to allow the escape of those working therein. The charge Is seemingly a light one when It is taken into consideration that so many llve3 were lost from carelessness. There may not be a law It. that state that will allow a charge of murder to be brought against those Interested in the building, but there should be one in every state. It Is to be hoped that the trial jury nd the Judge will give these men the limit of the law if they are guilty, be cause every circumstance indicates that they are guilty of the grossest regligence which resulted in the loss of many lives. But these men are really not any worse than thousands of other owners of buildings which are not equipped with Are escapes and flre-flghtlng de vices. It merely happened that they were the ones that fortune did not favor, and they will have to suffer and ethers Just as guilty, although their guilt has not yet resulted in death, may go free and not make any attempt to protect the lives of those occupying their buildings. We do not have to go to New York Deafness Cannot be Cured. by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperreet nearing. and when it is entirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be de stroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition oi tae mucous surfaces- We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars rre. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo,. O. Sold hv Druarsrists. 75c. Take HaU"s Family Pills for constipa tion. Florida Fee. System Example No. 21. ' Case State vs. Carrie DeBarde ladel. In Escambia county. Charge -Jrofanlty. Examination May 19, 1910. Plea Guilty. COSTS. Justice of peace .$ 2.71 Sheriff (Including; 9.00 board) 13.65 Clerk i. 2.57 Solicitor ........... 5.00 Total costs 128.95 to find buildings without fire escapes. The evil exists in Pensacola and has done so for years. Owners of the buildings have gone carelessly about the'r business and they might have been in the same position as the shirt waist factory owners if providence had willed it so. The Journal intends harping on this subject until every building as high as three stories Is provided with fire es capes. There is no reaosn, except that of saving a few dollars, why this could not be done. The risk of a hu man life Is not worth the saving of millions of dollars. Put up the fire escapes at once. The Featherless Easter Bonnet. Next year's Easter bonnets in New York will be without plumage and feathers, for a state law forbidding this win be In force by that time. Just why this fashion of wearing the plumage of birds has been tolerated is hard to understand, and why the wo men have wanted to wear them is still harder. The death of the birds used is not so bad. but when it is remembered that birds for this use are killed when they are caring for the young in their nests and that these little birds starve, it carries us back to an age of savages who reveled In torture and suffering. The Journal would like to see th.4 women of Florida abandon the fashion of their own accord, but this they have not done and the legislature might well pass a law like the New York statute without it being classed as a freak bill. It is said that the milliners of New York are planning the hats for next year without the plumage and feath ers of birds, and we venture the as sertion that they will look Just as well and the wearers ought to have a clearer conscience. If the boys could vote Hans Wagner would be the next president of the United States. Several weeks ago there was: some talk of a Young Women's Christian Association, but even the talk has died out. Secretary MacVeagh. speaking to the State Bankers' Association of South Carolina, asked the members to break away from the one party rule and join with the Republicans. This suggestion has been made from Lincoln down to Taft and still it has no effect. Might as well ask the people of the south to break away from their belief in God as to depart from the principles which they think are right in regard to srov- ernment. The prevailing opinion why Mr. Hill resigned was too much potash. It gives us a weary feelinsr when men paid by the state take the time of the legislature to introduce bills like those prohibiting the wearing of harem and hobble skirts. First thing we know that man will be wanting men to wear sox, or something quite as unnecessary. The legislator that cannot attain fame from any other source than by introducing freak bills Is as worthless at the Capitol as the animal with ears of prolonged length. Unless something Is done within the next few days Pensacola will be left at the post on post-card day. Almost every town in the state Is making every effort to send out thousands of cards on May first, but if there is any thing more here than individual inten tions for that day we do not know of it. Among the thousands of cards to be sent out that day a goodly portion should bear the postmark of the Deep Water City. But the question is, will we do it? Booker T. is about to have a railroad all his own, and nothing but members of the dusky tribe will participate In the operation of It. Leniency to criminals has a tendency to make criminals out of those who otherwise would walk the straight and narrow path. The attack upon Juarez was de layed until three o'clock, and gave the people plenty of time for their dinner to settle before the attack began. "Loafing Is offensive" says a Bir mingham paper. Maybe so. there, but it's delicious down this way. It's not the bathing suits, but the bathers that attract the attention. Railroad talk has about ceased, but work Is about to begin. When the doctors begin doctoring the mosquitoes they are sure to croak. Dr. Wiley has us afraid to eat any thing that Isn't done up in a roll of antiseptic gauze. Don't criticize the legislators yet; they're doing the best they know how. New York now favors the direct election of senators. The recent dead lock was a clincher in this argument. When the Bowels Are Uncomfortable and you miss that fine feeling of exhilaration which follows a copious morning opera tion, you should put a small quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver Regulator (The Powder Form) on the tongue and wash it down with a little water. Its action in the system is puri fying and strengthening. It drives out hard impactions and impurities and gives tone to the muscular structure of the bowela. It over comes the tendency to chronic con stipation, relieves a bloated feeling in the abdomen, sweetens the breath and promotes vigor of body, mental alertness and cheerful spirits. Sold by Dealers Price, Large Package, $1.00 Atk for the fenuine with the Red Z on the UbeL If you ctnout get it. remit to ns. we will wend it bjr mail, postpaid. Simmon Liver Regulator it also pat up in liquid form for rhoM who prefer k. Price tLOO per bottle. Look for the Red Z label. J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. Proprietors St. Loots. Missouri NEWS AND VIEWS BY STATE PRESS Progress at Lynn Haven. Work on the railway from Lynn Ha ven to a connection with the A. & St. A. B. R. R. is progressing rapidly. Some two and a half miles of tho right of way have been cleared, and nearly a mile of the grade "completed. Mr. Lynn is right on the ground, and hust ling this as well as other Lynn Haven Improvements. Panama City Pilot. Hardwood Industry. Mr. Hare, the stave man, is ship ping a fine lot of oak staves for export. These staves will be used in the man ufacture of barrels and casks in which to store and market wines, products of the great vineyards of France. The hardwood of our forests is attracting considerable attention from the out side world now and the marketing of the same is a growing industry, and owners of hardwood forests are in po sition to fill their purses with easy money. Marianna Times-Courier. A Worthy Editor. Editor Storrs of the DeFuniak Breeze is happy that he has a real linotype and with this machine prom ises to increase the news matter in his splendid paper. When the news papers begin to Install linotypes in the small towns it is a sure sign that those towns are in a prosperous con dition. We congratulate the editor of the Breeze. Pensacola Journal. Storrs deserves everything that is coming to him, and then some more. If ever an editor in Florida sat up at night and thought and worked for his town and county, that man resides in DeFuniak. Ocala Star. The Land Fakirs. We have before us the prospectus of a land company operating twenty or twenty-five miles from Lakeland. One of the pretty illustrations purports to be a picture of a lake on the com pany's lands, and the text tells the reader to "note the lake shore eleva tion." The print happens to have been made from a cut belonging to this office (we don't know how these folks got hold of it) and the picture is a good one 'of Lake Mirror in the center of Lakeland Col. Bruce's old white horse and all. Now, we wonder if all the representations in this company's literature are as truthful as this one. Lakeland News. Partial to Distilled Liquids. It was decided that distilled water be ordered for use of the state legis lature now in session, but there is no account of any agreement whereby distilled liquids of greater strength were eliminated. Perry Herald. Might Profit By So Doing. The press boys will meet in Talla hassee on the 26th. While there they will go over to the capital and tell the legislature how to run things, but there's no certainty that the legisla ture will lltsen to them. Manatee Record. He Clings to the Nightshirt. Willis Powell has written Appleyard that he is coming up to the Press As sociation meet at Tallahassee "with only a return trip ticket, a night shirt and a packa of Uneia bis cuits." Really, old fellow, don't you think "only a night-shirt" would be just a little bit oure for such a public occasion? Couldn't you make a slight concession to fashion and convention, and wear a harem skirt instead of a night shirt? Lakeland News. Money Well Spent, Mr. Angle, a representative in the legislature from south Florida, wants the present session to pass a law for the bonding of the state for $10,000, 000, to be used for the construction of ay's n r? t M Mi u u LW. Restores color to Gray or Faded hair Removes Dan" draff and invigorates the Scalp Promotes a luxuriant, healthy hair growth Stops its falling out. Is not a dye. J 1.00 and 50c at Drnf Store or direct upon receipt oi price and dealers name. Send 10c for sample bottle. Philo Hay Specimltie Co.. Newark, N. J., U.S.A. SEFUSB ALL SUBSTITUTES a system of good, hard-surface roads throughout the state, and he is in earnest for the state to undertake the stupendous operation. The people, as a general thing, are hardly educated up to such an undertaking, involving so much money, but Florida wants Just about such a sum for hard sur face roads. It would be a great ad vertisement for her, as well as giving such highways as are needed. Volusia County Record. The Underpaid Sheriffs. 'ine Assocition of Sheriffs says the sheriffs do not get enough in fees. Then they ought not to kick at being put on a good salary. Has anyone heard John Logan complain about poor pay? If the poor fellows are not get ting enough. It would be a shame to impoverish them further by re-electing them next year Fort Meade Lead er. Mays Will Have Opposition. It is rumored that James N. Wilson of this county and present state sena tor, will oppose D. H. Mays, of Monti cello, for congress from the Third dis trict. Gracevill Advertiser. Insurrection in Florida. Like enough we'll lose sight of the Mexican insurrection in our absorption over the doings of the Florida legis lature. The Florida house bears a strong resemblance to an insurrection, anyway. Fort Meade Leader. Initiative, Referendum and Recall. Here is an explantion of the famous initiative, referendum and recall about which we are hearing so much these days. Mr. Man goes home and an nounces that he is going down town after supper to meet a man. That's the initiative. The lady of the house says: "Are you?" in that ascending voice which seems to walk over the tops of his nerves. That's the refer endum. Then Mr. Man sits down and reads his paper. That's the recall. Exchange. About Laurel Hill. Did you know that Laurel Hill has only been a town about four years? That she has more than thribbled her taxable wealth and population since that time? And nearly half of her wealth and population has been added fcr-the last twelve months? The per cent of increase will be even better in the next twelve months. See the point? Laurel Hill News. Will They Fail. The Florida Legislature will fail to do its duty unless it ratifies speedily the amendment to the Constitution of the Uuited States giving Congress the power to enact an income tax law. Arcadia Champion. VOX POPULI. ( IN DEFENSE OF THE RACE TRACK MEN Editor Pensacola Journal. I notice in the papers where so many people are kicking about the horse races. WelJ, I should think when a little sport of some kind comes here, they should keep their mouths shut and let all those that like It enjoy it, and all those that don't like it kep away. They haven't got to go about it. They can boost up Pensacola. l.ut they certainly can't boost the citizen.?, for very few citizens has Pensacola got. For it is filled up with nothing but these bums. And another thing: So many of these people that are fuss ins so about the races are right in for going to see them. The race track people are not ashamed of their bet ting1 and gambling on which horse is going to win. But, just take notice of these men that claim to be citizens and church members, gather up a v.jieon load of chickens and go 'way out iri the western portion of the city ia the swamps and have chicken fights and l et on which one Is going to win. That is ten times worse than the bet tins: nt the race track. These chicken- Pblitical Announcements. FOR MAYOR. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Mayor of the City of Pensacola, sub ject to the White Democratic Primary. ADOLPH GREENHUT. I hereby announce myself a candidate to succeed myself, for Mayor of the City of Pensacola, subject to the action of the Democratic Primaries. I respectfully solicit your support. FRANK REILLT. FOR RECORDER. I hereby announce myself a candidate to succeed myself for recorder, subject to the action of the City Democratic Pri maries. Your support respectfully solicit ed. WILLIAM M. JOHNSON, Recorder. I 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 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 Plumbinp: Inspector, subject to the action of the White Democratic Primaries. OEO. II. H1NRICH3. FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION. I hereby announce my candidacy for Supervisor of Registration, subject to the action of the White Democratic Primary. JOS. A. HICKS. FOR STREET SUPERINTENDENT, I hereby announce myself a candidate for Street Superintendent, subject to the 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 myself a candidate for Street Superintendent of the City of Pensacola. subject to the action of the City Democratic Primaries. I respectfully solicit the support of the voters of the city. CHAS. H. VILLA. R. FOR BUILDING INSPECTOR. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Building Inspector, sub ject to the action of the City Democratic Primaries, and respectfully solicit the votes of all democrats CADE R. SHACKLEFORD. I hereby announce mv candidacy for Building Inspector in the approaching City Democratic Primary, and respect fully solicit the support of all voters. MISTAKES ARE BEING EXPOSED MANY ARE TREATED FOR THE WRONG DISEASE. Thousands of Dollars Ars Wasted Annually By Sick. The consulting physicians for the United Specialists, who have their Pensacola Institute on the 3rd floor of the Thiesen Building, make the start ling statement that thousands and thousands of dollars are literally thrown away by sick people because they are treated for the wrong disease, and thereby remain sick and in misery for years, and perhaps finally lose their lives, when they could easily be cured If they could find a specialist who really understood their case. This statement, made by this emi nent specialist, is deserving of serious consideration, and is being proven true by the work of the doctors in their Institute. One lady was recently cured by the doctors in a few weeks. Other doctors had been treating her for appendicitis and wanted to oper ate, but the United Specialists gave her a thorough and searching exami nation, which revealed tne fact that it was not appendicitis at all, but gall stones. She was accordingly treated for gall stones and quickly cured. Another lady was troubled with stomach trouble or dyspepsia palpita tion of the heart and weak nerves. The doctors cured her In a day by removing a monstrous tape-worm fifty-seven feet long, which had Inhab ited her stomach for years and defied all the pepsin and charcoal in the country. These are only two cases out of sev eral hundred that are on file at the offices of the doctors. It is such good work as this that is flooding their fa mous institute with patients from all over the country. Any sick person Is safe in going to them. Their exami nations are free and confidential, and 1f they cannot cure you they will frankly tell you so and not accept any of your money. Their hours are from 9 to 12 and 1 to 5. Sunday 9 to 1. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sat urday evenings from 7 to 8. Please remember their generous of fer to treat free, the floor of the city daily from 8 to 9:30 and from 4 till 5:30. fighters can hide from the sheriff anl officers, but they certainly can't hide from our Heavenly Father above. And I have heard so many remarks passed on the streets by some people that they hate to see the races come baric to Pensacola on account of those ill- riannered race track men. I just want to say one thing. If these young Pensacola bums had as much manners i these race track men have got, they would be fine. For one jockey, or :iny other race track man, has got more manners than five of these bums put together. And we dont care what they sav about the races and the race track people; they are all right. But, oh jou chicken fighters! MISS I.. C. MAINE. SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a safe and effective medcine for chil dren as It does not contain opiates or harmful drugs. The genuine Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is in a yel low package. W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox St. REFRIGERATORS $14 to $42 Ice and money savers, and health insurance policies. "The Best Shoe for the Money I Ever Saw" This is the remark of not only one but many women about our Three Fifty Oxfords and. Slippers for Spring and Summer wear. They are the acme of perfection, the triumph of shoe construction of the century. Not only are they constructed to harmonize with the dictates of fashion, but they possess comfort in the highest degree. $2.50 to 14.00. And for men, the prices go up to five with a great value for four dollars. Boston Shoe Store Comfort Foot Fitters SWEETHEART SWING $1.00 CASH; $1.00 A WEEK HUNG FREE This Swing is well-made and very substantial! Do not confuse this swing with the ordinary cheap ly constructed and painted affairs usually offered at this low price we ask. Remember, vou can buv thli swing on the easy terms i t, x RHODES-FUTCH-COLLINS FURNITURE CO. Satisfactory Banking Servic The bank that gives the perfect and satisfactory se vice is the one through which corporations, merchant and individuals can transact their business with dispatc without friction and with the absolute certainty that evet little detail will be given accurate and careful attention. The First National Bank of Pensacola gives such service to its depositors, and new depositors. Not a detail to safety and satisfaction. Four per cent., compounded quarterly, paid on sa mgs deposits. r lrst in auonai name of Pensacola, Florida. Designated Depository of the United States. F. C. BRENT, W. S. KEYSER, W. J. FORBES, President. Vice-President. Cashier. THOS. W. BRENT, Ass't Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS, Ass't Cashier. Directors F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, W. H. Knowles, W. J. Forbes, W. S. Keyser, Knowles Hyer, Thos. W. Brent. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK PENSACOLA l HILTON GREEN, President. WM. FISHER, Vies-President MANSFIELD MORENO, Asst-Cashler. A general banking business conducted on a safe and conservative basis. J. S. REESE. President R. The Peoples National Bank of. Pensacola DIRECTORS... J. J. HOOTON. R. M. CART. L. J. REEVES, W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, J. S. A General Banking Business Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ships' Disburse ments given Special Attention. Pensacola State Bank DESIGNATED CITY DEPOSITORY Will Appreciate W. A. BLOUNT, JR President F. E. 2-114 D o You Want The Best Light The Most Light You can get in your home For the Least Money? Burn gas and equip the house with Reflex Lamps and you have it. A postal will bring our representative who can tell you what lamps to use to obtain perfect light and save money, and what these lamps will cost. PENSACOLA GAS CO. of $1.00 cash, $1.00 a weeM 1 offers such a service to a is overlooked that will ad M. CART. Vice-President J. W. DORR Cashier. T. E. WELLES, REESE. W. DeC KESSLER. Your Account BRAWXER. Vlce-Pres. A. E. MANN, Cashier. 13 and