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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1911.
WEEKLY. SUNDAY. FtrBLISHEO TTVERY MORNING EX CEPT MONDAY, BT JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY FRANK L. MAYES. President. EMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS M SUBSCRIPTION RATES! Tnree Month. One Month P1x Months.... i SO One Week .10 One Tear 6 00 Weekly, year.. 1.00 Office Journal BuIMlng. Corner D l,tina and Intendenria, Entered as second -Has matter at the postofflr at Pens"!. FlorVla. under Act of Congress. March . m. Phones: Erf'torlal Rooms, 88. Busi ness Office, 1500. FOREIGN ADVERTISING. Foretirn d vertlsln g Robert MaQuoW. Sneclal Representative. New York Office Room 903 Bruns wick Bulldfi. Chicago Office XJ North Dearborn St TEIUKSDAT. JUNE 1. 1911. The Toll of Life for Pleasure. Tbe Journal floes not wish to be 9aasedL as being against progress in any Una where there Is anything at stake. Almost every great invention and progressive achievement has been accomplished only by loss o life in the experimental stages of the work, bat the world profited by the sacrifice. The present day automobile speed way races however smack of the old gladiator combats or similar contests, The brutal prise fight is a tame game In comparison with the speedway mlms- and those races ought to be prohibited. Experiments with airships will serve a purpose. Airships will be put to practical use as they are perfected and they cannot be perfected without some inventors risking their lives, but this Is altogether different from the auto races at the terrific speed'' they make, and seldom is there a meeting of this kind without someone being killed. At the Indianapolis meeting only one man was , killed, another being only wounded, but this one death is enough to make us shudder when we realize that it was for pleasure alone, and that it was merely an act of Provi dence that more deaths did not result On a five-mile track with several cars racing at a rate of two miles a minute, death is sure to come if they race long enough. A driver going at that speed for five hours cannot have full control of his faculties, and Just why more accidents have not hap pened, is a mystery. There is no excuse, for the races, ex cept that they afford amusement for the onlookers, and this pleasure is added to .by the danger that goes with the fame. "Where death is likely to occur, natural curiosity leads the peo ple there. Then inuMviir . crventa should D stoped by law if in no other way and let the people seek amusement which does not mean the loss of W to please them. The Pensacola Journal has discov ered thai there are "Aldrlch P" crats" in Florida. Names pie85 Tampa Tribune- . If the Tribune editor had only rea5 the press reports from TallaH" the answer would not be nece sy, but since he wants to know, r" him to those who were a Income tax amendment no who were against It after tw Jr","" tutional technicality was d'A but those who were against " Deiore that time. DAILY. j Never Too Late j To Do Good. ; The Mobile Register it now looks like Senate B' f Texas. Johnston, of Alm- of Florida, and other rmocratic sen- . r ators. "who voted th ... . . . thftt Lorimer used did not show tns ... . ge&t in the senate, bribery to get his meet anxious of the are among the m". . i.ova IO rimer a case re senators to have 1" , opened." : d Ikft for 5,,., - The Journal w r wnior .eator 1 Kn hla people, and to right himself from tno "Rimers' own people it ' Ut en tna the new evidncee is ; would eegtk to prove conclusively , strong en jA not De ,n the United that be BOU Btatet7r richer s an able man Ben r1 man "but Mr. Fletcher '" years of training as a lawyer, : ha j, niftkes him look at this matter ; whicn technlcaI standpolnt frL9it)iy n has now seen his mis- r ta vot JIU V Ci-T v. la ici;piicu will differently when the voting time around. It is never too late to U AO 6d and if he votes right next his constituents will no doubt forgive him for the first offense. Senator Fletcher has made an en able record for himself and for Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat 0 the disease. Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, and acts directlv on the Wood and mucous surfaces. Hall's 'Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physic ians in this country for years and is a regular prescription. It is composed f the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, act In directly n the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Sold, by Druggists, price "5c Take Hall's Family Puis for constipation. Florida since he has been In Washing ton, and it has been a misfortune to him that be got on the wrong side of the Lorimer matter. The Journal hopes that when the Lorimer investigation again comes up, as It most certainly will, all of the Democrats will see their way clear to vote to unseat the Illinois senator. TVf T tntna am ma-rrm that wIQlln S few years the surgeons of the world will be able to graft legs ana an onto the human body. At first the statement sounded like something great, butwpon reading further, ne says the only difficulty seems to be .n finding people ready to sacrju limb to another person. But what 1 the use of swapping arms of ieg when we can swap "yarns" without any pain at all. except when a fellow tells one youre heard too A New York showman is advertis ing for fleas human fleas in prefer ence, but dog fleas will do, he says. Now really we are not authority on the flea question when it m to classes, but if the showman will Just go over to Lloyd's we'll guarantee him the quantity, all right Alderman Cencannon seized half a brick and threw it across Escambia river at a point where it is Proposed that the two counties build a bridge, and he isn't a baseball PlfW. either. Given as an example of tha narrow ness of the river at this point The early sower is the husbandman who reaps a hundred and a thousand foldand The Journal Want Columns are fertile field for sowing all kinds of business and domestic wants. Wood row Wilson says the New Jer sey legislature redeemed all of the pledges made by its members before the election. Would that Governor Gilchrist could say as ouch for Flor ida's law-making body. On Memorial Day the weather men rest, which accounted for it being so hot that day. They planned the weather several days ahead and got Pensacola's bunch mixed with some other city's. . ' General Madero attended a dance Saturday night and says that dancing suits him better than fighting. More ladies present, we suppose is why he likes it better. ' Chief Justice White's decisions might well be used in the public schools in lessons In rhetoric And then the pupils will get a little po litical economy without knowing it Brooksville, a little town in southern Florida, will spend twenty thousand dollars to pave the streets with vitri fied brick, which shows they are will ing to tackle a hard road. The only kind of manufacturing plant that we do not need is one that manufactures criminals. Escambia is just finishing a Jail in which to "can" those already manufactured. ' The Charleston News and Courier says that the hosiery of today is en tirely too thin. Probably so for Charleston girls. Looks good to us, over here. ' "Darn . In Charleston," is the cap tion of an editorial before us. We won't take the trouble to read it Even if it is dawn there the inhabitants are vtlll asleep, so what's the use. jtussia has agreed to issue passports to American Jews Just the same as to any other Americans. Heretofore, the nly safe way for Jews to cross the Russian domain was in a balloon. A New York woman says "affairs of honor cannot be arbitrated," despite what Mr. Roosevelt says. She declares for the idea of the southerners In this regard. A motorcycle isnt as big as an au tomobile, but it will make as much fuss and will scare an Alabama visitor Just as bad as a real automobile. If you; would not take yourself so seriously you wouldn't have a head ache when you leave the office in the afternoon. Charleston may lose its franchise in the South Atlantic Baseball League, and Pensacola ought to grab it the first chance. Tomorrow is the last day of the legislature and so far no legislator has seen fit to Introduce a bill regulating bathing suits. Wte never thought the experience we acquired playing leap-frog would be of any service until we began dodging automobiles. Saving a coronation is an expensive way to obtain notoriety. A Joy-ride would have been quite as successful. Attorney General Wickershara says the tobacco trust decision is a sweep ing victory for the government. Tomorrow night the legislators may return to their home people some to be praised, others to be snubbed. Auto Yaces nearly always kill some participant or spectator, but think how many enjoy the excitement! It must be disappointing to win a five hundred mile' race and end up right where you start from. Ethel Leneve is evidently in retire ment practicing for the opening of the theatrical season. . Negro suffragettes are the latest ad ditions to the ranks of the would-be voters. Dissolving the tobacco trust may cause the cabbage market to be flooded. Use the hammers to build factories and they can't be used to knock the town. An air-man has been showered with kisses. Alas, Hobson is losing all bis Taft -declines to name triplets. Evidently he has troubles of his own. The automobllsts think the pedes trians are useless nuisances. From Chicago to Pensacola is the battle cry for a while. Will the Bupreme court dissolve the department of Justice? Commodore Watson was the cock of the walk yesteraay. The Glorious Fourth will be a big day in Pensacola. Come to Pensacola to spend the week-end. As a summer resort Pensacola is a leader. All roads lead to the Deep Water wiry. My Corns Don't Hurt A Bit. Tired, Allinfl, Swollen, Smelly, Sweaty Feet, Corns, Callouses and Bun ' Ions, TIZ Cures Right Off. Say Kood-bve to vour earns tha tmt first time you use TIZ. You will never know you have a corn, bunion or cal lous, or sweaty, tired, swollen, aching feet any more. It's Just wonderful the way the pain . vanishes. Rub the corn hammer it with your fist if you wish no mora pain after TIZ than if there had never been a blemish on your feet. Doesn't that sound good to you? Doesn't It? Then read thla "The corns on either of mv tees were as large as the tablets you make to cure them. To-day there Is .-no sign of corns on either foot and no soreness. it's an up-to-date Godsend, Sam. A. Hoover, Progress, N. C. Just use TIZ. It's not like anvthlna- else for the purpose you ever heard of. It's the only foot remedy ever made which acts on the principle of drawing out all the poisonous exudations which cause sore feet. Powders and other rem edies merely cloe up the oorea. TIZ cleans them out and keeps them clean. It works risht off. You will feel better the very first time it's used. Use it a week and you can forget you ever had sore feet. There is nothing on earth that can compare with It. TIZ- is for sale at all druggists. 25 cents per box, or direct If you wish, from Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago, 111. VOX POPULI. GEO. H. HERVEY ENDORSES THE PUBLIC LIBRARY PROPOSITION Editor Pensacola Journla. I want you to know that I highly en dorse' the Public Uhrfl-rv nrnnnKltfon and sincerely hope that the people of x-ensacoia win realize tne advantage which the citizens, as well as the vis itors to fensacola, will enjoy, by hav ing the privileges of a Public Ll- rary. I have, nersnnflllv knnwn nAnnU In the East and in the West who have received the greater part of their edu cation from Public Libraries, and I mink that Pensacola would show a lack of crosrressiveness if it rina not accept Mr. Carnegie's offer and give to us peopie a .fuDiic library, which, means so much to the advancement of any community. Hoping that my views are in accord with yours, and assuring you of my high personal re r arris and hent nlsh I beg to remain. very truly yours, SAN CARLOS HOTEL, GEO. H. HERVEY, Managing Director. SOCIALISM, ANARCHY AND THE CHURCHES Editor Pensacola Journal. In your Tuesdav Issha t iviHm tn the closing remarks of Father Eaton at tne laying or the corner stone of the new convent, he makes a personal appeal to his members to beware of Socialism, also coupling it with an archy. This is Very Uniust aa Socialism ia the direct opposite of anarchy. I do not see why priests of the Catholic church, or any minister of any church. Buouia maxe war upon a political par ty. Socialism is not An onomir tf ant- religion. It is in its very essence a political economy. Some of its mem bers, in fact a great many, are de vout Catholics. fiomA Mithruilt In fact, all churches, are represented in its ranks. Some of its members, I re gret to say. have no religion at aH, but in that thev are Clnaelv nlrtn tn oil other political parties. mere is no reason why the Catholic, church or any other should fear the success of the Socialistic form of gov ernment Under its rule, as now, the cnurcnes would De entirely removed from the domination of the state, and WOUld be. as now. minnnrtoH voluntary contributions of its mem- Ders. The only difference would be that with the abolition of nnvwtv nil wnuM be able to contribute to the support 01 meir cnurcnes ana tnus relieve those who now nav mnr than than n .A really able to do. Respectfully, MINNIE WOLFE RUTHERFORD. ANENT TAINTED MONEY, CARNEGIE LIBRARIES AND THE UNEMPLOYED Editor Pensacola Journal. The recent live discussions about the library, and in regard to more fac tories to occupy the unemployed, and such other public matters have gen uinely interested - - --w U4 & J 111C back to the beginnings of greater At lanta, wnen an sorts or opinions were In the air. I remember when there was a perfect furore over the con demning of wells. Feople said, "Why, my water is as clear as crystal, there fore it must be pure." Public ques- BEAUTIFUL HAIR Hannah Bros. Sell the Greatest Hair Beautifier in the World. Parisian Sage, the grand and efficient iuut restorer, is guaranteed to perma nently remove dandruff In two weeks, or your money back. Parisian Sage stops falling hair- it prevents the hair from fading. It is the hst tiaiittflor hair ,as it makes harsh, lusterlees hair nurry. soft and beautiful. It Is a most refreshing and daintily perfumed dressing, not sticy or greasy. Parisian Sage is sold and rigidly guaranteed by Hannah Bros. Price 50 cents a large bottle. The girl with the Auburn hair is on vcnr na cVo o-v "In the time I have used Parisian bage 1 nave round it very satisfactory both as a grower and dandruff cure." Miss M. Bratt. Hoosick. X. Y.. March 23. 1910. tiona were threshed out and Atlanta moved steadily forward. For a long time we had a Young Men's Library founded by private enterprise. Later this was merged into a Carnegie li brary. I am not Informed well enough about Mr. Carnegie's exact methods of business, and could not as some are quick to do, say that he has made it rightly or not, in every respect 1 suspect he has made it Just like folks in general, by a little of every kind of way. I am unable to answer the ctiarg that it has been wrung from widows and orphans, but suspect that the same trouble with that charge Is, as Josh Billings said about many things like it, "It Is better not to know so many things than to know so many things that are not so." I remember a few years ago reading a magazine ar ticle giving some of the Christmas methods of Carnegie, in which he re membered all of his workers rather handsomely and pictures of his shops, and Incidents Impressed me with the high plane on which he conducted his affairs, and it was stated that when other men were striking and discon tented that his men and their families were happy in his service, and satis fled. If it suits them it suits me. I know nothing else about it But sup pose he has not been a saint in busi ness. Suppose he has been Just an ordinary' man. and made mistakes, even as you and I? Suppose some earthiness clings to his coffers, still, for the sake of argument and logic, is it tainted money? What is tainted money? Often It means " taint yours and taint mine." What makes the taint? It seems to me the motive with which a man uses that which is hon estly his makes It clean or unclean. Surely, tfte motive of making libraries for the education of future populations is not a bad motive. Bad men do not build libraries, or lead in peace con gresses. Then If we get a righteous case of nausea over Carnegie's "tainted" money where will we draw the line? Whom shall we appoint over the con tribution box, and the public treasury to censor every penny? And by what kind of scales will he weigh the coin to see if it comes up to the right standard of holiness? What -will we do about the ' school books and the school houses and the teaching which are all paid for by revenue from saloon, and brothel, and gambler, who pay taxes that these other things may be kept up? Gentle men, are not some of us in danger of a great big case of "straining at a gate and swallowing a sawmill?" It is really good to hear of such consciences as those who prick up at tainted money, if it means anything, but look at it Does it bear scrutiny? It would almost sound as if a voice were speaking from the" heavens to day, saying "Cleanse first that which is within the cup and plater, that the outside of them may be clean also." But as to other things. In a seaport there are apt to be stragglers and unemployed, and ad venturers. This is true to some ex tent of all seaports. Seaports are apt to get the driftwood from all over the world. Many of these would not work if they had to, perhaps. This kind of an idle populace Is a menace and de moralizing agency to any city. The influence is bady every way. This does not need to be argued. But, perhaps, there are other people who are born here, have no other place to go, who would work in irls or fac tories. I believe it is found that the cotton mills do not prosper In low latitudes where labor from the lower country districts must be depended upon. It requires the hill country and hill population. But there are some lines which can be done here. As the city grows it will naturally grow in this respect The commercial organ!- 'Cascarets' Belong In Every Household Take one as soon as you don't feel just right, It is old-fashioned and need less to take harsh dosee of physio. We all live unnaturally. Our food is too fine; too rich and too plentiful. We eat too little fruit, too few green vegetables. We don't exercise enough. The result Is, our bowels get clogged; our liver becomes inactive, for nature Intended us to live in a different way. What shall we do? Shall we walk ten miles a day? Shall we diet our selves? Shall we seek for more laxa tive and less costive effect in our food? Or shall we take Cascarets? One way will serve Just as well as the other. Cascarets are vegetable laxatives. Their action is as natural as the ac tion of fruit of coarse food or of exer cise. They are gentle. They persuade the bowels never drive them or irri tate them. They are candy tablets, and the dose is one at a ttme Just as soon as you know that you need it It is wrong to take harsh physic and to wait till you need a big dose. It is better to keep at your best, every hour of every day. And one Cascaret at a time is sufficient That means to keep clean Inside keep a 10 eent box handy in the home. AFTER JUNE 1st The Packard Land Company will occupy the room South of the Avery Hardware Co., at the corner of Palafox and Garden Streets, where they will be pleased to see their old customers and many new ones. zations which have begun to advertise so well our city, are in danger of get ting more people here than they have work for them to do. It would be a capital time. It seems to me, to be gin to offer good inducements to the right kind of factories, and a few good railroads along with the offer of resi dence property and city lots. I believe this is an Important epoch in Pensa cola, and in ten years what we are doing today will count for weal or woe to a city of maybe twice this size. A little policy will not do. Big poli cies for publlo measures are the best economic-. Publlo utilities are not like private estates. A private estate when the owner dies Is wound up and that Is the end of It A school house, court house, church, belongs to all the fu ture and is. never at an end. Mani festly public affairs then cannot be laid out on the last of a private estate. We canont cramp the future of our boys and girls. As I looked into the public school this morning and saw scores of bright children passing from the lower grades out into the High School. I felt a deep conviction that here is where publlo money is needed most and pays best There are some things which a city cannot afford not to do. It is perilous to try to be too economical. Alsa no on man's opinion or taste is sufficient criterion In the matter of libraries. Some men do not see the use of book a Such men are unsafe. Children do and are fed by such. In my opinion, we ought to have a li brary and more factories too. Person ally, I think much of the objection to Carnegie's offer is buncombe. Some are honestly carried away by it. Cities and churches ail over the world are pro fit ting by his liberality, and so far as I know no blight or curse rests upon them, and if this is the worst thing of which Pensacola is guilty, I believe it can be absolved. Let us have the library and the factories, and all pull together with true publlo spirit for a good. Intellectual, educated and moral city. EUGENE R. PENDLETON. Callnur fnwn nlnvi comes from bHious imparities In the blood. kjQHOW VOIIipieXlOIl end the fault Ik? with the Uver. It is torpid. SIMMONS RED Z LIVER REGULATOR ' (THE POWDER FORM) Is the greatest of all liver medicines. Its powerful purifying and strengthen ing influence is at once apparent in an improved appetite, good digestion and a feeling of strength and energy in the body. When the system ha been put in order the yellow cast in the skin gradually diaappeara-and the complexion becomes clear and healthy. Sold by Dealers. Price. Large Package. tl.OO. A lor tb fmlw wita tbe Red Z an die Mm! V jo cannot ret ft. raob , wdend k by mrnll postpaid. Simmon Lirer Rerelmtor U put p at DspM fens lor fame vbe preta It Price fLOO per bottle, took lor tbe Red Z label. J. H. ZE1XIN & CO.. Proprietors. St. Loale, leeoort Tip THE CITIZENS. NATIONAL BANK PENSACOLA t HILTON GREEN, President WM. FISHER, Vice-President MANSFIELD MORENO, Aset-Ca shier. A general banking business conducted The Peoples National Bank of Pensacola A Genersl Banking Bustntss Transacted and Accounts Solicited; Ships' Disburse ments given Special Attention. J. S. REESE, President R. M. CART. Vice-President Mr. and Mrs. Property Owner and Tenant Ask any Physician if your vitality is not at its lowest ebb between the hours of one and three in the morning and what the result will be if you sleep in a house where the Plumb ing is not in a first-class "sanitary condition. We are Experts in Modern Sanitation. Geo. fftlcGhan & Sons 21 East Garden St. Phone 1038 Finding Excuses cor Hot Working "In nearly every case," says a prom inent physician, "when a man or wom an loses the will to work it is because the power to work is gone. This ner vous condition may be due to stomach trouble, overwork or Impure blood, but whatever the cause there are cer tain medicines which are known to re store nervous energy and the clearness of the blood stream in a remarkable way. These when combined, as In Make-Man Tablets, have produced amazing transformations in a short time in run-down men and women. If you feel weak and lazy, nervous and Irritable, can't sleep, have touches of Rheumatism, Kidney or Liver Trouble, Make -Man Tablets are what you need. A free trial sent on re quest by Make-Man Tablet Co, De.pt 11, Chicago. Sold at 50c and recom mended by all druggists. The Crystal Pharmacy, 25 S. Palafox St COMPLAINS . OF SLIPPERY CONDITION OF PALAFOX Pensacola, Fla-, May SL 191L Editor Pensacola Journal. No doubt you have heard of tho numerous accidents caused by the new wood block paving beir.g so slippery, and it seems to me that something should be done to remedy this. I personally have seen at least five horses fall on this treacherous pave ment one being my own, which was laid up for two weeks. Even at a walk a horse can hardly keep up on certain portions of Palafox street By sanding this pavement I should think that this condition would be reme died. Anyway, something should be done at once. H, B. BANKS. on a safe and conservative basis. J. W. DORR Cashier. THE ELECTION JUNE 6 READY BALLOTS, POLL LISTS, INSPEC TORS' CERTIFICATES, ETC, ARE NOW IN OFFICE OF CITY CLERK READY FOR DISTRIBUTION AT PROPER TIME. The election surpUes, euch as bal lots, blanks for the poll lists, certifi cates for the inspectors, etc, are all completed and have been turned over to the city clerk, who will distribute them in time for the holding; ot the general election on Jnne 6th. Separate lists and ballots will be nsed for the election on the library proposition, which is to be voted on at the same time, but in different boxes from the ones used for the reru. lar ticket. 5 or 6 doses "668" will cure any eas of Chill and Fever. Price, 15c. 1 think it is disgraceful to be enor mously rich." "Oh, bo do L I waa brought up t think that way. But, say "Well T "Don't you wish one In a while that you weren't so blamed respctab 1 r Toledo Blade. : Subscribe for The Journal. 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