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THE PENSACOLA) JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1912.
f 1 i .- mton Although George Wash- was the leading father of his country. We can show your leaders in clothing, furnishings, hats and shoes for man and boy. Buying one of our Winter Suits or Overcoats now is like putting money m the safe for next winter only better. You have the use of the saving now. For all our Winter Suits and Overcoats are marked down. substantially; 20 per cent off. Boys' Suits and Over coats, 23 per cent off. The John White Store "fieri da's Leading ?C!ethlar 13-211 . PaUfe St. Washington's Birthday TfVve every imaginable datnty requisite to fevers and ouvenir tor the reception or tea. Crepe Paper Novelties, Table Ccrrtr aai appropriate Place Garde, Norris' Exquisite Maraschino Cherries in Gcorsre Washington. Decorated Package. on i . i aw I It If i j Phone 912. lOll ry! Your clothes are all washed and dried, the pieces needing it are starched and we iron and fold, ready for use, your bed and table linen, towels, etc. The entire costs you only service 5c PER POUND STAR UUIIDRY AND DRY CLEANING CO. Phone 114. IIISIIIUTE AL HIP WALTON SATURDAY COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION HAS MADE ARRANGEMENTS FOR CONVEYANCE OF PASSENGERS TO FARMERS' MEETING TO BE CONDUCTED BY P. J. ROLFS. Saturday la the date on which the farmers' instltue will be held at Camp Walton, and a number of prominent Pensacoiians are planning - to attend the meeting's of the institute. Ar rangement have been made by the Commercial Association to convey those desiring to attend the sessions, W. K. Hyer, Jr., having tendered the use of the Donna, for this purpose. The boat will leave Baylen street wharf at 6 o'clock Saturday morning, thus putting the crowd to Camp Wal ton In ample time for the morning ses sion, which will be at 10 o'clock, and returning after the afternoon session, which is to be at 1:30. arriving back at Pensacola about 9 p. m. Those wishing to attend the insti tute are requested to confer with the secretary of the Commercial Associa tion either today or tomorrow, so that arrangements can be made for the ac commodation of all the passengers. The meetings are to be in charge of Prof. P. J. Rolfs, of the University of Florida, and will be made very Inter esting and Instructive. A WARNING AGAINST WET FEET. Wet and chilled feet usually affect the mucous membrane of the nose, throat and lungs, and la grippe, bron chitis or pneumonia may result. Watch carefully, particularly the children, and for the racking stubborn coughs give Foley's Honey and Tar Comr pound.. It soothes the inflamed mem branes, and heals the cough quickly. Take no substitute. W. , A. D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary, 121 S. Palafox St. fishHer OR THE K. OF P. RATH BONE LODGE PLANS BIG MEETING AND ROYAL TIME AT CASTLE HALL TONIGHT. Prayed Francis Erer have dyspep sy, Dusty? Dusty Rhodes Wots dat? F. F. Dat means trouble after yer meals. D. R. Not me. My trouble cornea afore my meals. Boston Transcript. CS2, day or night, will get a launch quick. Pensacola Launch Company. Ooelr (whq has been discharged tor d'ygfcoiTesty) Well, sir, you 11 miss me tfor I've gone very long. Mmmtrnf Oh, we won't worry about rrt aa onfc as we don t miss any sr-6kttcti. One of those old-time fish chowders that have made Pensacola famous will be served by Rathbone lodge. No. SO, K. of P., at 7: SO o'clock tonight at the Castle hall on East Intendencia street. A most cordial invitation has been extended to other local lodges and visiting brethren and an enthu siastic gathering goes without the saying. . Several candidates will be Initiated Into the mysteries of the rank of page, and some excellent and satisfactory work will be neatly executed by their: live and doing enthusiasts of Pythian ism. ; 'The event' Is fn commemoration of the anniversary of the foundation of this magnificent order by Supreme Justice Rathbone In the city of Wash ington, D. C, in the year 1864. He Won't Limp Now No more limping for Tom Moore of Cochran, Ga, 'Z had a bad sore on my Instep that nothing seemed to help till I used iBucklen's Arnica Salve," he writes, "but this wonderful healer soon cured me." Heals old. running sores, ulcers, bolls, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema, or piles. Try it. Only 25 cents at W. A. D'Alemberte's , WOMEN'8 TRADE UNION WILL RESORT TO PRAYER. , By Associated Press. Chicago. Feb. 21. Members of the Women's Trade Union League will re. sort to prayer during the Lenten sea son In the hope that it will assist them In the work of organization. Mrs. Raymond Robbins, president This Will Stop Your Cough In a Hurry , Sere 92 fry Mufciag TUs Cvogfe Syras at H This recipe makes a pint of better cough eyrup than you could buy ready made for $2.60. v A few doses usually conquer the most obstinate cough stops even whooping cough quickly. Sim pie as it is, no better remedy can be had at any price. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put ounces of Pinex (fifty cents worth) in a pint bottle; then add the Sugar Syrup. It has a pleasant taste and lasts a family a long time. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or three hours. You can feel this take hold of a cough in a way that means business. Has a good tome effect, braces up the appetite, and is slightly laxative, too. which is helpful. A handy remedy for hoarse ness, croup, bronchitis, asthma and all throat and lung troubles. The effect of pine on the membranes Is well known. ' Pinex is the most valu able concentrated compound of Norwe gian white pine extract, and Is rich in guaiacol and all the natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will not work In this formula. This Pinex and Sugar Syrup, recipe has attained great popularity throughout the United States and Canada. It has often been imitated, though never successfully. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your drngpfst has Pinex, or will fit it for von. If not, send to The. inex Co, Ft. Wayne, lad. of the league, suggested to members last night that they repeat a prayer each night during Lent. "It it has no effect," she said, "it will at least keep before you the great need of organizing the working women of whom there are about 125,000 in Chicago, with only 10,000 organized." A prayer has been printed on cards and these will be sent to each member of the league. W. K.Robinson, under-J taker and embalmery 41 E. Chase, Phone 710. County Board Gives Turner Plumbing Job (Continued from First Page.) ' according to the specifications. Mr. Rommel calls attention to a shortage of several thousand square feet in the radiation called for In the specifica tions. The principal features of the report were as follows: Pensacola, Fla., Feb. 21, 1918. Hon. R. Pope Reese, County Attorney. Dear Sir: In accordance with your instructions to make a thorough ex amination of the heating system in the county jail, I beg to report as fol lows: I have thoroughly examined the original specifications for this work, also the plans which are on Ale. and have made a thorough examination of the fixtures now Installed In the jail building. Specifications. The original specifications require contractor to install in the boiler loom two cat Iron sectional steam boilers, the two having a capacity of twelve thousand square feet of radia tion. I find installed In the boiler room one "Ideal" boiler, catalogue No. "S" 48-9, and one steam boiler, catalogue No. "S" 36-9. The rating of the first boiler from the catalogue Is 7,600 square feet of radiation and the second boiler' Is 4,200 square feet of radiation, this making a total of J1.S00 square feet. The connection from the first boiler to the main cir culation pipe consists of two 6-inch risers, tapped into a 4-Inch main. The connection on the second boiler consists of two 6-inch risers,- tapped into a 4-inch main. The American Radiator Company, who built these boilers, state very specifically in their instructions that all risers and return connections shall be placed in the proper openings in the boilers. The frst boiler requires three 6-inch risers sand the second boiler requires four 6-inch risers. The holes for these risers are tapped out In the present boilers, but have not been connected. The original specifications require that these boilers be covered with one and one-half inch thickness o? plastic asbestos cement applied in two coats and finished with a hard white plaster. This has not yet been done. The original specifications require PEARL FURNITURE COMPANY 0FFERS 3-Foot Shelf-Lock epladders 4-Foot Shelf-Lock Stepladders y complete wrought iron smoke conduct or between the hood on the boiler and the steel stack of the building. This hood has not been provided, the smoke conductor and connections therewith are not on the ground, and in addition to th above the hole in the present brick flue is located too low to enable the smoke from these boilers to be carried Into the stack. This will necessitate the cutting of a new hole through this brick wall and closing up the present one. ' Radiation. ' I The original heating specifications require a certain amount of radla-j tion as necessary to properly heat the building. It also states that In no cases will a less amount of radiation be accepted unless otherwise directed by the architect m writing. I have been unable to find any such notice among the records submitted to me. Again, the specifications state a plan shall be submitted by the contractor for the layout of the different radia tors for the approval of the architect wtthin ten days after signing contract for the work. The only plan which 1 can find is a set of blue prints labeled "Blue Prints, Escambia County Build ing, Pensacola, Fla." On these plans are certain r red marks which I pre- f suma are intended to indicate radla-1 tors. These plans are approved as follows: "O. K. for heating layout. R. Bens & Sons. L. R. B." In my examination I find that this I ian nas not been adhered to. Shortage of 1,984 Feet. Prom a comparison he finds a short age of 1,984 square feet of radiation from the original specifications. From a thorough examination of the 4-inch main the engineer found same In a very bad condition. No bangers were found, as provided for by the specifications. The pipes are resting on the loose brick, he says, or piece of plank, and In some instances the steam pipes are braced up on ater pipes, conduits and eewer pipes. In no place throughout the entire line is the pipe properly supported. The mains do not have the drop of one foot and fifteen inches in direction of flowing steam, and condensation as provided in specifications, and in sev eral instances the pipe is trapped be tween the points of 'temporary sup Tort. In addition to the above there Is no provision made for expansion in the line, and with two exceptions, all of the radiator connections are tapped Into the main in such a manner that the expansion cannot be taken care of In any of these connections. Must Relay All. 'From my investigation of this dis tributing system I am of the opinion that the whole thing will have to be relaid and proper provisions made for expansions, both In the main line and In the feed line. With the pipe In its present condition, It does not seem to b i possible that any heat can ever be raised even from the first floor," heada the report. Hot Water System. ' The reoort on this part of the con tract follows: "The only thing I have been able to discover In the hot water system Is the boiler and the cylindrical reser voir in the boiler room, and the two Pipe system throughout the building, one hot water Pipe, and one cold water pipe, the third pipe for the re turn of hot water I have been unable to locate. In connection with this matter I would report that the speci fications require a reservoir to be set upright, whereas It is now in a hori zontal position. This will retard the circulation of the water throughout the system. "Respectfully submitted (Signed) "GEO. ROMMELL, JR." HOW COLD AFFECTS THE KID NEYS. Avoid taking cold if your kidneys are sensitive. Cold congests the kid neys, throws too much work upon them, and weakens their action. Se rious kidney trouble and even Blight's disease may result. Strengthen your kidneys, get rid of the pain and sore ness, build them up by the timely use of Foley Kidney Pills. Tonic In ac tion.' quick in results. W. a. D'Alemberte. druggist and apothecary. 121 8. Palafox St. Knox rm thinking of christening our new kid "Opportunity." Knott Eh! Oh, I see. "Opporunlty Knocks." Rather bright, that; but don't you do it. "When his playmates shorten it .to "Opp" he is likely to find COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy; removes OtlM. Cull tnr full nnvna Look for signature E. W. GROVE. 23C ufj fe rvr& i?V jk. . A A A A fx A A, thmr4&A f tiS BD inn ttlhse RJoveStty Siifks f They're a gorgeous display. Beautiful ESorcie'reci Foylarcls9 Bordered Taffetas9 Bordered Siitk Serges and EFialsi Erigiired Foulards. all meant for the prettiest kind of Easter-week dresses, every single one of them You can find almost any artistic coloring, or good combination of coloring that you like, in the lot, and the materials, of course, represent what will be most worn in silks by the spring maid or matron of 1912. Of course we have an endless array of other lovely silks, hut every woman in Pensacola knows about that how beautiful they are and how well they wear. These New Silks are from 42 to 45 inches in width, and come in Dress Patterns. From i to "Watson, Parker ?Reese Go. Everything to Wear. X X X X X X X X X a X X XvIXXXa XX TE.MPUTS CHI CM 00 SELEyiA TRA TRAIN SERVICE BETWEEN FLO MATON AND SELMA TO BE IM PROVED AT ONCE BY ADDITION OF PULLMAN CHAIR CARS. The Louisville & Nashville railroad Is to improve at once the passenger rervic. on the Southern Alabama di vision by the addition of chair cars on all passenger trains running be tween Flomaton and Selma. There Is already a chair car service between no ma ton and Pensacola. One fine Pullman chair car has just arrived In Pensacola for service on the Southern Alabama division, and another is expected shortly. Just as soon as it arrives the new service will be started, though it is possible 1h one car will be placed in use be fore the arrival of the second. IF. George Washington Lived in Pensacola Today he surely; would patron ize the Empire Laun dry, f The father of our country was of an eco nomical turn of mind and he would appreciate the meaning 'of those three words, "Where Linen Lasts" Do You? Then Phone 322 Now, Today! Don't sacrifice the life of another Collar, Shirt or Cuff. , m Empire Laundry Where Linen Lasts." I 5v PICTURE PALACE TODAY "TheDaoites" in two reels from the famous drama. Y A strong and forceful portrayal of border life in Pioneer days. 300 people, 10 Prairie Schooners, Beautiful Scenery and Wonderful Action. Grosse SINGING "JUST A DREAM OF YOU DEAR" One Other Picture a Feature Program Today. BIJOU THEATRE The Quality Show Iff Your Head Aches You should Tako tho Sure Remedy Hicks' CAFUDIHE There's a cause for every headache Capudine reaches that cause quiekly, whether it be heat, eold, gripp, or stomach troubles and cures, even though it be sick or nervous headache. Capudine is the surest remedy for Colds and Gripp. Feverishness. Aches end Nervousness disappear and normal conditions are restored. Capudine is liquid easy sod pleasant to take acts immediately. 10c, 2Se sd SO at drug sfervs. AMUSEMENTS. dim perspective. The first reel ebows the waylaying of the Williams family on their way west, by the Danites dis gulned as Indians. Nancy and her small brother escape massacre, and when this is discovered two of the Danites are pledged to follow them until death. Nancy and her brother succeed in joining another emigrant train of which Sandy is the leader. The two Danites dlsyuise thetnselyes and also Joi nthe train. At a certain spot Georgw Is shot down by the Dan ites and Nancy, to save her own life, cuts her hair and dressed as a youth becomes Billy Piper. The second reel opens with a scene in a western camp which shows the preparation that ha been made to receive the new teacher. It Is the impression the teacher is a man and all are astonished when a charming- widow steps from the wagon. Our old friend Sandy is smitten at first sight and after long heart burning marries her. Billy Piper Joins the camp and her sex Is discovered by the wife of Sandy. The two Danites appear on the scene and suspect that Billy Piper is Nancy. In the end through their persecution Nancy dies of heart failure. J Herr Baron (finding a friend's clga- rett case in his coat pocket) There: I must have put tnis in my pocxet .y mistake the other night. John, didn't Bonita Today. Today the Bonita will show "The Danites," a feature picture In two reels. The older generation of theatre goers will remember the early dra matic presentation of "The Danites." To the younger generation the repro duction of the drama In moving pic tures will doubtless revive its old pop ularity. The long train of prairie schooners winding over the plains and through mountdin defiles, the rugged types of men intent on fortune In the far weet, and the dangers on all sides from Indians and other foes will re create the atmosphere of pioneer days. Never on any stage has been seen such magnificent vistas of rugged scenery wiih ridge behind ridge fading into 1 DT THEATRE :TODAY: "IMP" "RELIANCE Features. LL IL.J you notice a strange cigarette case in this coat? . John Oh. yes, sir; but I didn't say anything to anybody about It JTie gende Blaetter. "We wish to call your attention to the fact that most infectious diseases such as whooping cough, diphtheria and scarlet fever are contracted when the child has a cold. Chamterlain'p Cough Remedy will quickly cure a cold and greatly lessen the danger of con tracting these diseases. This remedy is famous for its cures of oolda. It contains no opium or other narcotic and may be-given to a child with im plicit confidence. Sold by all dealers. Old Lady My husband is very liable to attacks of seasickness. Perhaps you could tell him what la the bet thing to do? Captain There aint no need to tell 'Iin, mum e'll do it! London Opinion. nstenf Belief F mm Eczema Too can stop that awful itch from eczema and other skin troubles in two seconds. Seems too good to b true but It is true, and we vouch for It Just a few drops of the simple, cool ing wash, the D.D.D. Prescription for eczema, and the itch stops instantly. We give you a trial bottle enouia to prove it for 2 cent. Now if you have tried a great xnasy cures for eczema and have been 21atp -pointed, do not make the mi a take f refusing to try this soothing wash, AH other druggists keep this tXDJP. Pre scription go to them If yea can't come to us but If yon come to oar store, we will give you the first dollar bottle on our positive no pay guarantee that D.D.D. will stop the itch at once. The Crystal Pharmacy, 25 S. Palafox I J