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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1911.
Dreams of vacations. Suggest Outing Suits that are "dreams" of comfort and good looks. Dreams of Motoring, Golf ing, Tennis, etc., suggest that we have, the clothing, etc. for the special purposes. Let us attend to your wants. The John White Store "Florida'! Leading Clothier." 209-211 S. Palafox St. ) "Always Something New." Barler Adjustable Document Files Four Sizes $1.25 to $4.00 Invaluable for filing- Deeds, Mortgages, Legal Papers and Policies. JtaJ. cx "Office Outfitters to those who know." 205 S. Palafox St. Phone 912 FIRST CARGO TO KANSAS CITY FROM N. O. IN TWENTY YEARS By Associated Press. New Orleans, May 22. With several carloads of freight aboard for Kansas City merchants, the first in twenty years to be carried by the water route from New Orleans to the western city, the steamboat Chester, of the Kansas City and Missouri River Navigation Company, will sail from here tonight for Kansas City. . Local merchants believe the Inaugu ration of this line will prove a factor In adjusting freight rates between the points interested. W. S. Dickey, presi dent of the company, accompanied by Chief Consulting Engineer R. C. Wil son and M.' H. Creager, of the Kansas City star, will make the trip. Foley's Kidney Remedy Acted Quickly. M. N. ' George, Irondale, Ala., was bothered with kidney trouble for many years. "I was persuaded to try Foley Kidney Remedy, and before taking it three days I could feel its beneficial effects. The pain left my back, my kdiney action cleared up. and I am so much better I do not hesitate to rec ommend Foley Kidney Remedy.' W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox St. . Reassuring: He Good-night, dear. 'We must not kiss or you would take my cold. She Never mind I can pass it on. London Opinion. On Occasion: "Pop, is It X that is an unknown quantity?" "I have al ways found it so,, my son, whenever I tried to borrow one." Women, Lovely Women But Alas, Without Beautiful Hair No Woman Can Be Handsome. We ask every woman reader of this paper to give Parisian Sage a thorough trial, and we gladly make them this liberal offer:' Get a large 50-cent bottle from Han nah Bros, today. Use It as directed for two weeks. If at the end of that time you are not satisfied with the results, ay so to Hannah Bros, and they will give you your money back. Besides being a delightful and Invig orating hair dressing, Parisian Sage will cure dandruff, stop falling hair and Itching of the scalp, or money back. J HE O. K. CO. Take a "Scout" Car . Ride Today to ' North Hill Highlands Investigate. YouH find the best residence section in the state. Pay us 10 per cent down the remainder at 6 per cent for 1, 2, 3 and 4 years time. City Improvements, too. w iJc WEH- si CLAR COMPANY U'- DAMAGE CLAIMS WILL BE UNITED STATES COURT WILL AD JOURN TODAY, BUT PETIT JURY WILL BE INSTRUCTED TO RE PORT AT A SHORT TERM TO BE HELD LATER. The federal court will adjourn this afternoon for the term, but In all prolV ability Judge Sheppard will Instruct the petit Jurors to report to the court in July for a short term to be held, when two big damage claims will be heard. These are the suits of R. C. Storie, the sewerage contractor, who is suing the city for a large amount, and the other is the suit of the execu tors of the estate of C L Wiggins against the Mutual Life Insurance Co. for about fifty thousand dollars. These suits can be heard in about a week. The case of Frank Penton, alleged slayer of Felix Corbin, was continued until the next term of the court. Pen ton was indicted by the recent grand Jury on the charge of obstructing Jus tice by killing Corbin, who was a gov ernment witness. THE WAY Pensacola, Fls-, May 20, 1911. Miss Public, "Florida" My dear "Miss Public": We are offering you the greatest opportunities that have yet been placed before this great common wealth. If you have youth, willingness to work, and amlbition to rise in the world Just the qualities that WIN we have a message that will interest you, and a plan that will help you. Nobody in this busy' bustling, hum ming city, is satisfied with merely making a living; especially, when they see every Industrious graduate of our college gradually stepping Into a "big ger" man's shoes. You want to be one of the participants, don't you. Miss Public' 7 We know that you do. Uiough. THE JONES WAY is the way, and THE JONES COLLEGE Is the place where health, wealth, happiness and long life awaits you. We offer you a TEN-DAY trial of our Shorthand, under our careful and methodical instructor, who never fails to win the good wishes of all who come under his care, absolutely free, Can you ask more? Call, se us. and be convinced that we have what you want. With best wishes, we are For your success, JONES BUSINESS COLLEGE, Rooms 318-318 Blount Building, Telephone 1975. SOUTHERN PUBLISHERS' HOLD FINAL EXECUTIVE SESSION By Associated Press, Nashville, Tenn., May 22. An execu tlve committee meeting of the South era Publishers Association was held here today. The purpose of the meet ing was to' complete the final arange ments for the fall meeting of the as sociation which is to be held in Louis ville on the 13th and lfth of June. The program this year will perhaps be the most elaborate and comprehensive ever arranged for a similar occasion. A list of Important topics was agreed upon for discussion at the general meeting. Melville E. Stone, general manager of the Associated Press, George Hitt, of the Indianapolis Star, and a repre sentative of the Southern Comercial Congress, have accepted the invitation of the Southern Publishers and will be present and address the convention. HEARING CHARGES AGAINST A SHERIFF OF ALABAMA By Associated Press. Montgomery, Ala., May 22. J. N Pollard, register in chancery and Jus tice of the peace at Luverne, Ala., was the first witness called by the state at noon today when the Ala bama supreme court took up the lm peachment trial of Sheriff P. W. Jin- wright, of Bullock county. Jlnwright is accused of connivance with the mob that lynched Aberdeen John, a negro, April 20. He is also charged with in competency, wilful neglect of duty and misconduct. The negro was captured near Union Springs four weeks after he brutally assaulted Mrs. John Butts near Goshen, Pike county. Pollard's testimony was merely to establish the warrant and affidavit of the negro's arrest. The second and most important witness so far was Guy A. Rich, a deputy of Sheriff Jlnwright, who was one of the posse who cap tured the negro and placed him in Jail The third witness was J. A. Chadwick, a Montgomery architect, through whom the state offered detailed drawings of the Union Springs Jail. The court recessed until 3:30 when Deputy Rich was recalled. Forty-four witnesses were sworn in for the trial. The Journal Want way is the easy way. Ad. LOCK-OUT DECLARED. Munster, Westphalia, Prussia, May zz. A lock-out in the textile manu facturing district was declared today. Ten tnousana operatives are affected Headaches Impair Mental Faculties and should not be allowed to be come chronic. Whether caused by neat or cold, 6tomach disorders or nervousness Hicks' C A P U DINE is the best remedy to take. It'i lintrid efTTw.ta imrnfmtA r1oc ant to take. 10c, 25c and 50o at HEARD IN JULY 0 SUCCESS DONT HUG A DELUSION Something "Just As Good" an - Im possibility If Not the Orginal Have Nothing At All. For a woman to adorn her head with false braids, puffs and rats, or a man to wear a topee. Is like buying an off brand hair preparation instead of New bro's Herplclde. The "false hair" and the "off brand" are both substitutes for the real thing. The original is always conceded to be better than any imita tion or substitute. "Something Just as good" is a heresy of the rankest kind. Newbro's Herplclde is the original remedy and does as promised. Years of success and thousands of satisfied users have made It standard. Herpicide kills the dandruff germ, keeps the scalp clean and stops falling hair. Its proper use before baldness appears makes false hair and wigs unnecessary. There is no uncertainty. The pur chaser gets positive results or money 1s refuned. It is sold and guaranteed by all druggists. Applications may be obtained at good barber shops and hair dressing par lors. Send 10c In postage for sample and book on "The Care of the Hair," to The Herplclde Co.. Dept. R, Detroit, Mich. D'Alemberte Pharmacy, special agent, AMUSEMENTS. vis MAGNOLIA BLUFF TO OPEN THE SUMMER SEASON TONIGHT Magnolia Bluff is to open tonight with free, dancing and Manager vuco vich assures all who attend a good time. The floor at the pavilion has been put In first-class condition and a ten-minute schedule will be run on the East Pensacola line. The last car will leave the bluff at 11:15 and run through to the city, enabling those who attend to come through without trans- fering. Barrio's orchestra will furnish music for the occasion and all kinds of soft drinks will be served. The park will be open every night and private par ties will find the bluff an ideal place to spend the evening. "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Heretofore : there has been no de parture from the usual closing exer cises for the school. But this year the pupils of No. 1 school will present an out-of-doors play, the most beautiful of all Shakespearean productions, "A Midsummer Nights Dream, as a closing feature of their school," under the direction of Miss Nannie Hicks. Vaudeville Across the Bay. Manager Lew Rose, of the Orpheum theatre, has announced his first grand picnic and excursion at Santa Rosa Island for next Friday. It is the in tention of Mr. Rose to continue the Friday afternoon excursions during the balance of the summer if the inaugural event next Friday proves a success. The great attraction of Rose's excur sion and picnic will be the free vaude ville performance at 3:45 in the after noon. The entire cast of performers playing at the Orpheum this week will take their parts in the program and arrangements are already under way to accommodate the crowd that is ex pected to be In attendance at this first picnic. The vaudeville performance will take place in the Gulf Beach Inn pavilion and the Interior of the build ing will be altered to give the proper stage settings for the various produc tions. Now that the majority of the mer chants are closing their places of busi ness on Friday afternoons there is little doubt but that the Friday excur sions will prove a decided success from the start. Manager Rose has an nounced that while ample provision has been made for the hungry at the MISS LOLITA PIERCE With Ray Harris, comedy singers, at the Orpheum all this week. Gulf Beach Inn restaurant, at the same time a cordial invitation is extended to all basket parties. Captain Bennie Edmundson's new boat, the big excursion steamer Bald win, as well as all of the Edmundson launches will be in readiness early Fri day morning to accommodate the crowds that will go to the island to spend the day or a half day or even a few hours. According to the schedule arranged for the Baldwin and the launches, the big excursion boat will leave Pensacola at 10 in the morning and at 3 and 7:30 in the afternoon. Returning, the big boat will leave the Gulf Beach Inn docks at the island at 1, 6 and 10 p. m. The various launches of the Edmundson fleet are scheduled to leave Pensacola Friday at 7:30 an-J 9:30 in the morning and at 2:30 in the afternoon. In addition to the free vaudeville performance in the afternoon muric and dancing will also be a feature of the excursion picnic that will without doubt be greatly appreciated by a great many of those who take advan tage of the trip. The Orpheum or chestra will go to the island and the pavilion on the first boat in the morn ing and will play during the entire day and evening. It has been announced that the same popular price of 25 cents for the round trip will be charged. The price of the round trip fare of course will entitle the excursionists to all of the free features of amusement. The new bill for this week at the Orpheum theatre opened to an unus ually large house last night and was in every respect up to the Orpheum standard of high class vaudeville at tractions. The program this week Is made up of four big acts in addition to the reel of first run motion pictures. There is nrt a poor act on the bill and several o them are far above the average. 'Herbert Swift, the "Lone Musical Minstrel Man," was given the distinc I I 'Ml-.'.': 1 M Ik,- , he has shown his appreciation of the honor by . giving Pensacola theatre goers one of the best musical comedy acts that has ever been produced here. Mr. Swift is an old minstrel man, having been with the Al. G. FieMs minstrels for several seasons. He played at the opera house here with that famous band of minstrels two years ago. Since then he has been in vaudeville and has made even greater iiii.m tvion v.- aa in the comoany of minstrels. He is a musician of rare talent and handled the cornet wun an ease tnat is exceptional. R U.rrl. onH TllltA. "PimTC. COm- edy singers, dancers and monologists. are clever and worK togeiner aunng their entire act like clock-work. Both ha trnnt vaImi and nr lifirht On their feet and graceful. Theirs is an act tnat is interesting, rennea ana enter taining from beginning to end. The Great Figaro, comeoy jursier, irsvo fv ,inA n combination Of clever Juggling and comedy that is rarely seen on a vauaeviue stage, tic succeeded In keeping the house in a continuous uproar of applause at both performances last evening. , iva Donnette and ner picanmny ou an act that Is novel In the extreme and well worth the price of admission sev eral times. She has a beautifully rich, clear voice and win, wunoui ooudi, prove an early favorite at Pensacola'a only vaudeville house. The Orpheum will continue to give Ha room lor- miHnM everv afternoon this week with the exception of Fri day afternoon, when it was anno-uncea TMicHar thf the house would be dark on account of a picnic and excur sion to Hanta Rosa isiana, wnere me vandairlUA mUrrar with ftlisrht altera tion -art 11 ha nroduced at the Gulf Beach Inn pavilion. Two shows will be . . . a i wt. given nigntiy at ana o cjock. wwu nesday and Friday nights will be tnm.ii m.i fn thA n Tnn.tenrs- uia Sat urday afternoon to the children's matinee. . All $3 Shoes and Oxfords $2.64 this week. McMillan's Cash Inauguration Sale. ALLEGED IRREGULARITIES AT PORT OF NEW ORLEANS By Associated Press. New Orleans. ' May 22. Charges of alleged irregularities at this port con cerning creosote . imports, which was the subjept of consideration Friday by the house committee on expendi tures in the treasury department, were yesterday branded as absolutely false and without foundation by a New Orleans customs official. According to dispatches Allan E. Benson, a magazine writer, told the committee that in the summer of 1807 J. E. B. Stuart, then collector of the port of Newport News, found at that port the British steamer Balak loaded with 2,000 tons of creosote billed for New Orleans which he believed dutia ble at 20 per cent ad valorem. The captain told him he had been bringing it In free for years and that it was not dutiable. Stuart required the captain to give bond that he would not at tempt to smuggle it into this country before he permitted the vessel to pro ceed. According to Benson the cargo was admitted free at New Orleans as creosote oil. Appraiser Luck said yesterday that he had looked up this particular ship ment and found that the 2,000 tons of oil was billed and received as "dead oil of creosote" which is not dutiable, was manifetsed as such and not creosote as charged. E." L. Powell of the American Creo sote Works, referring to the treasury department's subsequent order impos ing the 20 per cent duty on a similar shipment to his company on the Balakani, said the duty was paid un der protest which was sustained by the board of general appraisers. Constipation brings many ailments in its train and is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bowels regular madam, and you will escape many of the ailments to which women are subject. Constipation Is a very simple thing, but like many simple things. It may lead to serious conse quences. Nature often needs a little assistance an-J when Chamberlain's Tablets are given at the first indica tion, much distress and suffering may be avoided. Sold by all dealers. Too Many Spectators: He (soulful ly) There are a thousand stars to night looking down upon you. She Is my hat on straight? Harper's Weekly. Complete Reform: "My wife mar ried me to reform me." "Did she succeed?" "Yes, thoroughly. I wouldn't marry again if I lived to be as old as Methuselah!" Puck. Stranger (to fellow-traveler on train) I'm coming up to town to get a second mate. F. T. Indeed! At the matrimonial agency or the shipping office? Ex change. Order Your Electric Fan Now. Its cooling breeze will make your city home as comfortable as a sea shore cottage. It's the little fan with the big breeze. Try one in your office the next hot, sultry day and notice how much more efficient it makes you. An Electric Fan will last for years. A splen did investment for home, office, store. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY New Business Department. Phone 106 CONDITION' OF THE FRENCH PREMIER REPORTED IMPROVED By Associated Press. Paris, May 22. Physicians today re ported as satisfactory the condition of Antoine E. Monis, the French premier and minister of the interior, who was seriously injured yesterday when a monoplane, piloted by. M. Train, dash- ea into a group of government officials on the military field at Issy les Moul- meaux. They had gathered to witness the start of the Paris-to-Madrid race. Henri M. Berteaux, the French minis ter of war, was killed and two other men were hurt. Premier Monis was buried beneath the wreckage of the monoplane, sus taining compound fractures of two bones in the right leg, his nose was broken and his face bruised. He pass ed a quiet night. Pierre Vederlne, undismayed by the wreck of his own machine yesterday. Just prior to the disaster in which the French minister of war was kill ed, again started in the Parls-to-Ma-drld race early this morning. M. Train, who In trying to avoid crashing into a squadron of cuirassiers galloping across the military field, caused yes terday's tragedy and who was en titled, under the conditions of the race, to make another start In the interna tional flight contest, announced that he had no heart to do so because of his terrible mishap. Four other aviators, Weymann, Frey, Garnier and Ferrept, also retired from the race. Vederlne, at half-past three this morning, took a preliminary flight around the field at Issy les Molineaux testing his motor and then at 4:11 ODUR OF O WLB Do not fail to get in as a charter member and be one of the leaders. The Order of Owls is a practical order, composed of the leading business, professional, mechani cal, farming and railroad men of the country. They also number among their members, Governors of States, U. S. Senators, Representatives in Congress, State Senators and Representatives, Judges, Mayors of Cities, Clerks of Courts, Sheriffs and Deputies of counties, etc. It is the business of members of the Order of Owls to help one another while alive. It teaches that a Brother should patronize another Brother in business. The Owls do not interfere with any man's business; it believes that it is unnecessary to wait until a man is ill, disabled, crippled or confined to bed before you rush to his rescue and assis tance. Help a man while he is on his feet and he will not need your help when he is on his back. The Owls have a system of relief for their Brothers which is unique in the Fraternal World. In every have an Uwl s Relief Committee, whose duty it is to per sonally visit the sick and look after the necessities of a Brother in distress. Ladies are great believers in the Order of Owls, be cause one meeting night in clusively for the entertainment of wives, sisters, mothers, daughters and sweethearts of members of the order. These occasions are always looked forward to with great pleasure by the fair sex. The Order of Owls' sick features, are unsurpassed by Remember, the Order of per week sick or accident benefit and $100 funeral benefit in case of your death, but furnish you and your family medical attention, all for the small Join now, while the Charter list is being formed. Be a leader and have a voice in Remember, the Charter at present. After closing the for Pensacola Nest will be $2o.00. Those desiring information relative to this Nest will be cheerfully furnished same 15 South Palafox Street. The Gas Range will do your Kitchen Chores A Gas Range in the kitchen eliminates all the old time drudgery. There is no more fuel to carry because the Gas Range carries its own fuel. There are no more ashes to take out because the Gas Range creates no ashes. The Gas Range is a willing helper. PENSACOLA GAS COMPANY TELEPHONE 148. Dfl OJ Gil E Catering. Restaurant, Quick Lunch and Private Dining Room for Ladies. 37 South Palafox Street. o'clock arose high In the air and dis appeared swiftly in the fog towards Angouleme, the first stage of the race. Vederlne arrived at Angouleme at 7:50 o'clock, having covered the 279 miles In three hours and thirty-nine minutes. The running time of the Southern Express between Paris and Angouleme is five hours and 18 min utes. The Judges announced that Vederlne had broken the record for the long distance cross-country flight Ladies Tan Velvet Pumps at $1.98 all this week. Mc Millan's Big Cash Inaugura tion Sale. OFFICER COLLINS HAD LIVELY TUSSLE Last night about 9:30 o'clock Officer Collins arrested Klums McCarthy, a white man, on Palafox street, and be fore he succeeded in getting him to the station, the officer had a lively time of it, according to a number of people who were on the street at the time. Officer Collins was off duty at the time, but noticing that McCarthy was disorderly, he placed him under arrest, and McCarthy is said to have resisted most strenuously. The officer called help and finally succeeded In landing McCarthy in the city Jail, where the charge of resisting an officer was added to the two charges already against him. city where there is a Nest they each month is set aside ex and death benefit, also social any fraternal order in the world. Owls not only gives you $6.00 sum of 50c per month dues. the election of officers, etc. Memebrship Fee is only $5.00 Charter, the Initiation Fee by writing to or calling on Pensacola. Convenient terms if desired. Prices, connected Cabinet Gas Ranges from $29 up Double Oven Ranges from $1 7 up Single Oven Ranges from $14 up Send for our representative and let him explain. s This name stands for the BEST in V The Quality Restaurant is the one place In Peneaool where you can't go wrong when It comes to something to eat. -s That's where the slogan ooraee J in highest quality In fooda and very feature of the service. The P. O. Cafe MJ THEATRE Week of May 22. ; 4 BIG ACTS 4 IVA DONNETTE And Her Plcanntey THE GREAT FIGARO Comedy Juggler. RAY HARRIS & LOLITA PIERCE Comedy Singer and Monotogwlata ORPHEUMSCOPE Matinee Dally, 4 p. m. 10c Two Showa Nightly t and t o'clock I 10c and 20c. LEW ROSE, Mgr. TH EATE5E SPECIAL FEATURE TO-DAY Between Life and Dead Stirring Military Picture. U. S. Cavalry to the reacue acroee the Mexican Border. Lew Rose's First Grand Excursion To Santa Rosa Island Friday, May 28. Steamer Baldwin i LEAVES PENSACOLA 10 a, m I p. m., 7:30 p. m. LEAVES ISLAND 1 p. in, I p. m., 10 p. m. LAUNCHES Leave Peneaeola 7:30 a. m.; 9:30 a. m.f 2:30 p. m, FREE MUSIC. DANCING, and VAUDE VILLE at Pavilion 3:40 p. m. Round Trip, 25c, ,;j GRAND OPENING : TONIGHT MAGNOLIA BLUFF Free dancing. ' Sonny Barrios orchestra. " ' Cars every ten minutes. Last C&t leaves BlufC at 11: 15 p. m, through to Pensacola. i ... Q. A. VUCOVICH. Mgiy Hammocks V Mosquito Bars' Get 'em here. Make Wash Day a Day of . -Pleasure Tou have Ion considered, wash day a necessary dread. Now. you can consider It a pleasure, for the new wsy 1. to let us bear the bur den Then wash day is merely a "?a.vr .of fMbArlng the soiled calls, wash day la over as far as I .v concerned. When the clothes are returned Uiey will be ?E?.ie88.. clean ,Ln(1 delightfully lieahC -.Th COIor" will be brtg-ht, bl?n will be on. there will ?! w ttAr9- When you fh2 JfI the f washing P.''. the dUcomfort and ajrera Jwn.L.you wlu Sr our way is olrh2rKmlcal- Drop us a postal or phone us now. Hew Star Laundry Co. Phone 114. LtOLTDE 1 iL2j- "1THE o. K. CO drag stores. tion of opening the bill this week and V