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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1911.
r ; . When $2.00 a year will rent you : a Safety Deposit Box in our strong fire and burglar proof vaults, why should you worry about your valu ables every time you read something in the papers about a fire or burglary? American National Bank . - - ' U. S. Depository. They Are Heref Fresh Eastman Films Get your supply, from us. We develop and print for amateurs. Send Prints Monday, CoeBookStore Leading Stationers. New and Relay Rails . We make a specialty of both, and are prepared to supply your require ments promptly. Metzerer Brothers MOBILE, ALA. TERSELY TOlA 11 ;:JW:00.REWARD. ; The Journal will pay 15.00 reward for evidence sufficient to convict any boy or person found stealing subscribers papers ; after deltverv of same by carrier. Dr. Harley Cawthon, of DeFunlak. was a visitor in the city yesterday,, returning to his home in the afternoon. Dr. Cawthorn Is a dentist and 'enjoys a lucrative practice and has numerous friends In all of West Florida as well as at his home city. .He was in Pen sacola en business but found time to renew old acquaintances. , ' , ' Frank "Griffiths, of Atlanta, a well known .young man of the Georgia me tropolis,' was among those visiting the city yesterday., He was here on busi ness and was a guest at the San Car- ...... .. .. ... s ........ , see... Polk Harris was among the Geor gians to arrive In Pensacola yesterday. He is here on business and is spending Sunday at the San Carlos. Mr. Harris is from Columbus. . s J. M. Snarpson, of Birmingham, is spending Sunday in Pensacola, having arrived in the city yesterday afternoon. He Is here on a combined business and pleasure trip and is making the San Carlos els headquarters. "". - -". The Journal force extends thanks to the Dixie Ice Cream Co. for a freezer of splendid ice cream received by The Journal last night with the compli ments 'f the above mentioned com pany. "see The many friends of Capt J. C Grif fith are glad to learn that he Is able to be out on the streets after under going an operation at the Charity hos pital for appendicitis. Tom Jernigan, oi' Brewton, is among those who are spending Sun day in the city. He is a frequent visitor here and has many friends who are always glad to see him. , - Forty-eight railway conductors from 'all over the country were in Pensacola Yonr Injoyment ti " t Send for . i our interest J ing booklet, "The Truth LAboutlCoca - CoUH .ft i'j' i I last night, stopping here en route to Jacksonville where ."hey will attend the annual session of the Order of Railway Conductors. If you have a house for sale use the Journal Want Ads. If you are seeking to purchase a bouse either for your individual use or as an Investment use the Journal Want Ads. ASK FOR BLUE RIBBON. Don't be satisfied with anything less than the best. "Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon Extracts are made from the luscious fruits, and are the best that money can buy. HOTEL ARRIVALS. San Carlos Thos. I Waters, City; A. YDorgan, Mobile; R. N. McArthur, Atlanta; J. M. Snarpson, 'Birmingham; Geo. Reba, Boston; A. K. Cawthon, Selma, Ala.; A. B. Pyboss, Nashville; Jno. McClelland, New Orleans; S. A Lutz, New Orleans; E. C. Home, New Orleans; Geo. Moore, St. Louis; H. II. Bevans, Baltimore; W. C. Smith, Mont gomery; Frank Griffiths, Atlanta; E. S. Mitchell, Atlanta; A. H. Berry. Texas; L. J. Boutwell ; Polk Harris, Columbus,' Ga.; H. R. Ritz, New York; M. Gilbert, Nashville;, L. Nabers, Bir mingham; S. W. Levine, New York; S. Kreigsman, New York; J. N. Davidson, New York; C. L. Reems, New York; H. A. Segrare, New Orleans; W. R. Ennis, Chattanooga; J. B. Roozer, At lanta. The celebrated French Shoes, gun metal and tan. Regular $5.00 Shoes Monday $2.98. This is your chance. Brawner-Riera Co.! J. 8. IEE IS INJURED BY A STREET CAR AGED WHITE MAN WAS KNOCKED DOWN AND PAINFULLY HURT WHEN NORTH HILL CAR STRUCK HIM ACCIDENT OC CURRED AT CORNER OF PA LA FOX AND CHASE STREETS. As the result of being struck by a street car yesterday afternoon, J. S. Lee, an aged white man, is at the Pensacola sanitarium painfully, though It Is not thought seriously, injured. The. accident occurred yesterday af ternoon about 5 o'clock when the in jured man was crossing the street at the corner of Palafox and Chase streets. He was going west at the time and the car which struck him was a North Hill car. He was hit in the head and bled considerably before the ambulance which carried him to the sanitarium arrived. P. Cooper was the conductor in charge of the car, and D. Fernando was the motor man. A number of people , witnessed the imm Here's an individual amoner drinks a fairly snaps with delicious refreshing wholesomeness. has more to it than mere wetness and sweetness it's vigorous, full of life. You'll enjoy it from tne nrst sip to tne last arop Dendouj - RefresKbg - TMnt THE COCA-COLA COMPANY Atlanta, Ga. 6-A Washington Beats Athletics; Tigers Again Trim St Louis By Associated Press. Washington, May 6. Philadelphia made a game attempt to rwin today, and by bunching six hits oil Walter Johnson .came near tying up the score. Washington did not give Johnson very good support. Score: R. H. E. Washington ...... 7 12 4 Philadelphia 6.6 2 Batteries Johnson and Alnsworth, Russell and Thomas; umpire, Connel- ly- St Louis 4, Detroit 8. St. Louis, May 6. The Tigers con tinued their fierce hitting today and made it four straight from St. Louis. Score: . R. H. E. St Louis 4 12 4 Detroit 8 14, 2 Batteries George and Clarke, Mullin and Stanage; umpire, Perrlne. Giants Score Fifteen Runs in Game With the Boston Doves By Associated Press. Boston, May 6. Both Boston and New York played ragged ball in the field today, but the feature was the batting of the Giants, who drove in fifteen runs with thirteen hits. Score: ' R H. E. Boston 9 13 6 New York i 15 13 4 Batteries Fleharty and Graham, Crandall and Meyers; umpires, Klem and Doyle. Philadelphia 12, Brooklyn 2. ' Philadelphia, May 6. Philadelphia overwhelmed Brooklyn today, driving the ball to all corners of the field and winning 12 to 2. Score: R. H. E Philadelphia 12 14 1 Brooklyn 2 8 2 Batteries Moore and Dooin, Rucker and Bergen; umpires, Johnstone and Eastm. Atlanta Beats Chattanooga c in a Twelve Inning Game By Associated Press. Chattanooga, May 6. Today's game was the best witnessed here this sea son. Atlanta sent across the winning run In the twelfth inning. Score: R. H. E. Chattanooga 2 12 2 Atlanta 3 9 0 Batteries Coveleski and Higgins, Brltton ami Miller; umpires, Pfenning er and Cauliflower. . New 'Orleans 5, Montgomery 4. New Orleans, May 6. Sparks held New. Orleans to five hits, but they were' bunched with errors and the Pelicans won. Score: '' - . ' R. H: E. New Orleans 5 5 3 Montgomery '. . 3 7 3 batteries Hess and Angemier, Sparks and Gribbens; umpires. Hart and Bryon. accident and all of them stated that the car was running at a very low rate of speed at the time and the motorman called to the man to warn him, but Mr. Lee is very deaf jind did not hear him. After an examination of the witnesses, it ' was decided that the accident was unavoidable and no arrests were made. The Injured man is a book agent and has not been in the city long. He is not very well known. ,AT MCMILLAN'S. Monday, he will sell 10 yards of beautifully figured lawns for 57 cents. Sale starts at 9 a. m. "Did your nephew make a suitable marriage?" "Yes," replied the man who habitu ally thinks along erratic lines. "He has curly, blonde . hair and has never done anything more herculean than to pick flaws on a guitar, and well, he married a female baseball player." Puck. beverage that goodness and ana atterwards. - Quencliing Whenever you see an Arrow think of C o c a-C o la New York 6, Boston 3. New York, May 6. Ford succeeded in reversing the decision of yester day, the Yankees winnlng'handily over the Boston team. Score: R. H. E. New York 6 9-3 Boston 8 7 3 Batteries Ford and Sweeney, Ci cotte and Nunamaker; umpires, Evans and Egan. Cleveland 5, Chicago 5. Cleveland, May 6. Both teams bat ted hard today, and with the pcore tied the game was called at the end of the eighth Inning by agreement. Score: R. H. E. Cleveland 5 12 2 Chicago 5 12 2 Batteries Blandlng and Smith, Olm stead and Sullivan; umpires, Dineen and O'Loughlin. Pittsburg 3, St. Louis 2. Pittsburg, May 6. The Cardinals played losing ball again today, an er ror permitting the Pirates to win the game. Score: R. II. E. Pittsburg 3 5 0 St. Louis ..2 6 2 Batteries Adams and Gibson, Golden and Bresnahan; umpires, O'Day and Brennan. Chicago 4, Cincinnati 5. Chicago, May 6. The Reds were lucky today in hitting with men on bases and won a close game from the Cubs. Score: R. II. El. Chicago 4 7 2 Cincinnati 5 6 2 .Batteries Weaver and Archer, Burns and Clark; umpires, Finneran and Rlgler. Birmingham 6, Mobile 5. Birmingham, May 6. Birmingham outhit Mobile and fielded perfectly, winning a close game from the visitors. Score: . R. H. E. Birmingham .'. 6 10 0 Mobile 6 9 3 Batteries Tannehill : and Pratt, Clark and Cadman; umpire. Carpen ter. ' , ' ' Nashville -1t , Memphis 8. Nashville, May 6. Memphis won an uninteresting and onesided game from Nashville todayv-- Score: t, - - .rf-'"?-". r: " r.' h. e. Nashville 17 2 Memphis :.'..r.i........... 8 12 2 Batteries Case, Malloy and Erloft, Dickson and Knotts; umpire, Fitzsim mons. Political Rally. . Cor. Garden and Spring streets Mon day night at 7:30. Everybody invited. STANDING OF THE LEAGUES NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. ' L. Pet. Pittsburg 13 4 .765 Philadelphia .....15 5 .750 Chicago 11 7 .611 New York 12 6 .667 Cincinnati 7 9 .438 Boston 7 14 .330 St. Louis 5 11 .313 Brooklyn 5 16 .238 AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. L. Pet. Detroit .18 2 .900 Boston '. 9 9 .500 Philadelphia 9 9 .500 New York .... .. 9 8 .529 Washington 8 10 .444 Cleveland 7 13 .350 Chicago 9 8 .529 St Louis 4 15 .212 SOUTHERN LEAGUE. W. L. Pet. New Orleans 12 6 .667 Memphis 10 6 .625 Atlanta 9 8 .529 Montgomery 8 10 .444 Mobile 8 10 .444 Nashville 7 9 .438 Birmingham 8 10 .444 Chattanooga 7 10 .389 RESULTS YESTERDAY. National League. Pittsburg 3, St. Louis 2. Philadelphia 12, Brooklyn 2. Boston 9, New York 15. Chicago 4, Cincinnati 5. American League. Washington 7, Philadelphia . New York 6, Boston 3. Cleveland 5, Chicago 5. Called end eighth to catch train. St Louis 4, Detroit 8. Southern League. New Orleans 5, Montgomery 3. Birmingham 6, Mobile 6. Nashville 1, Memphis 8. Chattanooga 2, Atlanta 3. South Atlantic League. Jacksonville 3, Augusta 2. Albany 9, Charleston 8. Macon 2, Savannah 1. Columbus 2, Columbia 0. GAMES TODAY. National League. Pittsburg at Cincinnati. St Louis at Chicago. American League. Detroit at Chicago. Cleveland at St Louis. ' Southern League. Montgomery at New Orleans. SOME HISTORICAL DA TA COMPARED BY A. GREENHUT THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR. Through a publicity campaign run heretofore equaled in vigor, nor since ap proached in strength, CHARLES H. BLISS was nominated and elected Mayor of Pensacola, in the spring of 1905. Mr. Bliss was a man of the PEOPLE ,the COMMMON PEOPLE; the HEW ERS of WOOD and DRAWERS of WATER of Pensacola, and the fight that he made for the Mayoralty, was FOR-THE COMMON PEOPLE. Every sentiment of his soul every fibre of his body, was always in rebellion against the .PLUTOCRATIC INTERESTS that in so many American cities have come to regard MUNICIPAL GOVERN MENT as enterprises for their private benefit. CHAS. H. BLISS was a poor man. Indeed, it has been stated that his finances were so meagre that it was necessary for him to borrow funds from his friends to pay the fee required for him to qualify in the city primaries, as a candidate for MAYOR. Arrayed against CHAS. H. BLISS was every INTEREST in Pensacola, that is usually organized in solid phalanx when the issue is drawn between the PEOPLE AND THE INTERESTS. With his facile pen and his verile energy and tenacity of purpose, this now rec ognized genius for organization, aroused the people of Pensacola, as they had never been aroused before. - He was nominated and elected MAYOR OF PENSACOLA. He served his term and was re-elected upon his record. For the purpose of depriving Bliss of alllnit the most perfunctory duties of the Mayoralty of Pensacola, the INTERESTS which had vainly sought to encompass his defeat in two successive nominating primaries, petitioned the LEGISLATURE of FLORIDA, in session at the time of his last nomination, to amend the CITY CHARTER. And the city charter was amended. The office of President of the Council was created, and the Mayor was shorn of the power of appointing the working committees of the City Council; the mem bership of the boards of Public Safety and Public Works, were increased, and the Mayor was shorn of ex-officio membership on these two boards, which are both all important organizations in the government of the city. UNDAUNTED by an opposition that would have discouraged and overcome a less determined man, Mayor Bliss stuck to the job, and in season and out of season, urged and fought for the city's ownership of its water supply, for more street paving; for better side walks; for an extension of the sewerage system of the city; for .the city's recovery of its water front property, and for extensive . PARK IMPROVEMENTS. And he took a personal interest in, and exercised a daily oversight of, every de partment of the city government. Chas. H. Bliss died during his second term as Mayor, and was succeeded by the then President of the Council, Hon. Calvin C. Goodman. In June, 1909, Hon. Frank Reilly, who had opposed Mr. Bliss when nominated for his ' FIRST TERM 0 was elected Mayor. I am opposing Mayor Reilly upon a PUBLISHED PLATFORM of PRIN CIPLES, and if I am elected, every promise that I make will be held as absolutely sacred. There being no further need of a PRESIDENT of the COUNCIL, in the ab sence of Mayor Bliss, the INTERESTS that sought the creation of the office con sented to its abolishment by the last Legislature, effective next June. And the present Legislature may enlarge the Mayor's powers so that one as ear nest as I am in a desire to give the people of Pensacola the same quality of service as . the lamented Chas. H. Bliss rendered, may be able to succeed, unhampered. I stand equally upon every plank of my PLATFORM, and earnestly solicit the vote of every qualified elector in Pensacola, on next Tuesday, upon my sacred promise to fulfill every pledge therein made. A. GREENHUT. "Would you marry a lord if you Blobbs Bjones is a lucky fellow. "What did the umpire say?" knew he was taking.,you merely for He won $5 from Harduppe in a poker , "He announced the batteries for to- your father's money V game last night day's game." "Certainly not" Slobbs I don't consider that so ex- "l think he said Wushwua and Snlz- "Then I suppose you have made up traordinarily lucky. ' zer would do the honors for one team your mind to be the wife of some Blobbs But he actually got the 5. I don't know which and Shwoop American." Judge. " t ' Philadelphia Record. and Mummum would oppose 'em." Cleveland .Plain Dealer. DROPSY 8BS2- wiSaPTfTi Ready-made sheets, 72x90, Ladies' Gauze Undervests, day shortne of breath relieved in Monday 39c each. Brawner- Monday, 5c each. Brawner- COLLTTM DROPSY REMEDY COMPANY T:- r -r- n Dept. 16. 612 Austell Building, Atlanta, Ga -Kiera lO. rvicfa CO. f f f ?S