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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 13. 1912.
7 1 I ARATHUSAHERE ITU FUEL OIL FOR WAR SHIPS IT WILL BE SUPPLIED. THE TOR PEDO BOAT FLEET WHEN THE VESSELS REACH HERE WITHIN THE NEXT FEW DAYS. The Arathusa, one of the naval oil carrying vessels, arrived in port late Monday afternoon from Port Arthur. Texas, bringing a full cargo of oil for .the vessels of the tenth division of the torpedo boat fleet, which are due to reach port some time during this week. The Arathusa is anchored off the navy yard, where she will remain until the destroyers reach here. It is known that the Tenth division Is coming to Pensacola, and it is pos sible that others will make the voyage. This division is composed of the fol lowing vessels: Lieut. Comdr. John H. Luby, com mander. Patterson (destroyer). F1agboat.) Ldeut. Comdr. John M. Luby. Arameh (destroyer). Lieut. Comdr. Joseph K. Taussifl. Burrows (destroyer). Lieut. Julius F. Hellweg. Monaghan (destroyer). Lieut. Comdr. Ftanck T. Evans. Trippe (destroyer). Lieut. Frank D. Berrien. MAN LOST AMBITION It seemed strange, to so active and energetic a young man as Arthur H. Scott of Brooklyn thai he did not at tack 4t1 work with the usual enthu siasm last spring. He knew it was not "spring fever" for his health failed and, to use ,his .own words In a recent letter, "I could not sleep, had no energy or ambition and could not do my work properly. "I must say that Vinol has done me wonderful good for I feel strong and ambitious again. Just like I, used to before my health failed. I rest well at night, have a good appetite and no .mora nervousness, all because I took your excellent tonic, Vinol." - On "reason Mr. Scott was willing to try "Vinol was because he knew he could get his money back if Vinol did not benefit him. This delicious cod liver and iron remedy without oil, positively has no equal as a spring medicine, to enrich the blood and make weak, worn-out men, women and children, rugged, rosy and strong. We guarantee It to do this,' and give back your money if it does not. White's Pharmacy, Pensacola, Fla. ' FOR EPILEPSY OR FITS ' TREATMENT Without Expense There is nothing more frightful In, a happy home than to have one of Its members instantly seized with an at tack of Epilepsy or Fits. The Kosine Treatment relieves all fear of these attacks which are rp frequent to the sufferers of Kpilepsy.' Kosine has been successfully used for a number of years by the laity as well as phys icians, and the many gratpful letters from those who have used Kosine tes tify to the real merit of the treatment. The Kosine guarantee absolutely erotects you. Buy a bottle of Kosine for $1.50. If, after using you are not entirely satisfied, your money will De refunded. THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY, 25 S. PALAFOX ST. tgoiry editor here MAJOR W. W. SCREWS OF. THE MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER IS IN PENSACOLA RENEWING ACQUAINTANCE WITH OLD FRIENDS AND SCENES. Major Wallace W. Screws, the vet eran editor of the Montgomery Adver tiser, is in Pensacola en route home from DeFuniak .where he delivered a lecture last week before, the Chautau qua Association. He is accompanied by Mrs. Screws and their litUe niece and all of them are at the 3ari Carlos hotel. Major Screws has many friends in Pensacola and there are associations in and about the place which date back to civil war times. Some of those associations are dovn at Fort Bar rancas and he expects to visit the fort and the navy yard today and renew acquaintance with old scenes, or with such of them as Etill exist. BIG DELEGATION OF .SUFFRAGETTES TO ALBANY By Associated Press. New York. March 12. Votes for women was the slogan of a delegation of 200 women who left here this morn, ing for Albany, where they will try to persuade the legislators to act fa vorably on the equal suffrage and amendment bill. The bill comes up before the judiciary committee tomor row. The Albany party was made tip of representatives of various suffrage as sociations. .... ENGLISH SUFFRAGETTES WILL BE PROSECUTED' ON CONSPIRACY CHARGE, WHICH IS A FELONY !'; ' ! - W ' - I ft K V 'II I I I f:' v r v : ' ; ? Zk&-& J An. ' 9 iMRSLAWReriCrlt CANDIDATES PEISAGOLA SHORT m MEN SEEKING HIGH STATE OF FICES COME TO THE CITY TO RENEW ACQUAINTANCES AND ARE GIVEN WARM WELCOME. IN ON Pensacola had a liberal supply of candidates for stata office hi the city yesterday and mout of them will stay over today. W. H. Milton and Park Trammell, candidates foe governor, are among the party and t'ley were both busy all day yesterday shaking hands with and in tervlewir.gr their numerous friends. Many of the supporters of each gentle man express the opinion that the real fight of the campaign will be between these two men and that one or Xhe other is pure to be the next governor. A. . tiieats. candidate for state superintendent of public- instruction, passed a busy day and saw a larf?e number of people. Mr. Sheats was for merly at the head of the state's educa tional system and he has many loyu.1 friends who remember his good work in that office. Hays Lewis, the tall sycamore of Jackson county, likewise sheriff of the ram county, and now a vigorous can didate for delegate from the state t large to the nst'onal convention. Is In thn party. Hays is always entertain ing and he usually finds something to do during a po'itic&l campaign. This is true in this campaign as well as in others. He says that Woodrow Wil son Is going to sweep the state and he wants to go to Baltimore to help nom inate him. - it looks, too, like he was going. John T. G. Crawford, formerly of Pensacola, but now practicing law ir Jacksonville, arrived yesterday morn ing. Mr. Crawford was elected dele gate to the Denver convention from Florida's third - congressional district four years ago and he is now .a candi date for. national committeeman from Florida.- Also Mr. Crawford is man aging Mr. Milton's campais. Mr. Milton announced that he wrould today visit as many, of the country people as he could Teach, but the wet weather has made the roads so bad that he will probably not be able to get to many of them in so short a time. Emmett Wilson, the eloquent young candidate for congress In opposition to Dannitte II. Mays, was the'recipient of general congratulation upon the speech he made Monday at Milton. It is the general opinion that If Mr. Wilson can speak in every county in the district he will secure a big lead over all of the opposition in the first primary. ALLEGED POST OFFICE ROBBER ES BOUND OVER WILLIE FLOWERS, NEGRO WHO , WAS SHOT AND ARRESTED BY CITY DETECTIVE, IS GIVEN PRE LIMINARY HEARING. Londoti', March 11. The government tas decided at last to take strong ac tion agihlnkt the militant suffragette leaders by arraigning them on a rharg of conspiracy. A beginning waa made when Inspector McCarthy and a large staff of detectives raided Xhm headquarters of the Women's So cial and Political union armed with warrants for the arrest of Mr. and Mrs. Pethick Lawrence and Miss Christabel Pankhurst. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence were arrested Immediately, but Miss Pankhurst was not present, ilr. and Mra, Lawrence were taken to the Bow Street police court, where they were formally charged with con spiracy. Meanwhile a section c? the detectives took formal possession of the offices of the union an-.i seized all the book 8 and papers, which are now being examined. This action by the rollce was the resuu of a consulta tion between Prime Minister Asquith and the attorney general. The exact line of 1 procedure against ' the union has not yet been indicated, but it is assumed that it will include the at tachment of the funds of the organi zation, which it is reported amount to 5500,000. L DELICIOUS DOUGHNUTS crullers, etc., depend for their excellence almost exclusively on the character of the flour, eggs, shortening and other ingredients'. It is easy to be a good cook if you get your supplies from this grocery. To trade here means better things to eat on your table. WARFIELD GROCERY CO.. Cor. Alcaniz and Intendencia. Phona 1566-1567. Willie Flowers, better known as on Flowers, the negro who was shot and arrested by Detective Schmitz, of the police 0partment, a week or o ago, on the charge of breaking Into a posl oftice in Baldwin county, Alabama, was given a preliminary hearing before Commissioner F. W. Marsh yesterday, with the result that he was ordered held. Officers are expected from Ala bama within the next few days to re turn him to that state. Flowers is charged with having robbed the postoffice at Gateswood, Ala., about a month ago, and la the negro Detective Schmitz shot in the leg l&si vreok, after chasing him for several clocks. He admits that he la the negro described to the officers her'. Vat denies that he robbed the posted, ce. As the Crystal Pharmacy row3 kFMSTHr- BCK OH 006 DiSASES-AND HOW TOFEED- FREE is headquarters for everything in the usual line of drugs, so are they head quarters for Dog, Chicken and Bird remedies. We list here a few of the items of our enor mous stock of these remedies. C LAYTON'S Mange Remedy .50c Skin Lotion 5Qc Hair Tonic 50c Distemperine 50c Condition Pills 50c Blood Purifying' Pills 50c Laxative Pills 50c Digestive Tablets . : . .50c Worm Pills 50c Tape Worm Expeller 50c Vermifuge . ,50c Canker Lotion 50c Eye Lotion 50c REMEDIES Fit Remedy 50c Cough Remedy 50c Sulphur Tablets 50c Puppy Tonic 50c Rheumatic Pills 50c Diarrhoea Remedy 50c Chorea Tablets 50c Goitre Remedy $ 1 .00 Creoline Dog Wash 25c Shampoo 25c Kilflea Soap . 25c Cream Dog Soap 20c Creoline Dog Soap 10c We also carry a full line of. Glaver's Doa Remedied Spratfs and'EIksy's celebrated Do'g Remedle.. . CHECHEN AND Crystal Lice Powder 25c Bird Gravel 10c Bird Bitters 25c Dunlap's Song Restorer .15c BIRD REMEDIES Chicken Blackerite Gape Pow- 'der 50c Chicken Roupe Paste 50c Scurvey Leg Ointment 50c The CRYSTAL PHARMACY ,The setose Store BRENT BUILDING PHONE 453. I E SENT 0 P COUHTY ESCAPE DOLLOFF, STEWARD AND BAR RETT, WHITE MEN CONVICTED OF HIGHWAY ROBBERY, ARE . AMONG ESCAPES FROM CON VICT FARM. Among the descriptions and photo graphs of. escaped convicts sent out from the- state convict camps within the past few days are those of Ed Dol loff, A. W. Steward afcd Chas. Barrett, the three white men convicted in the Kscambta court of record in January on a charge of highway robbery aid sentenced to a term of ten years each. A later report stated that Iolloff had been captured, but the others are still at large. The three men, who were sent up to. gether from this county, made their escapes together on March 2, scarcely a month from the time they began serving their sentences. These three men, it will be remem bered, were convicted of holding up soma Greeks in a store at the comer of Romana and DeVillier streets a few months ago. Subscribe for The Journal. Rather Be Excused. A gentleman who was trying a horee with a view to making a purchase no ticed that after driving the animal three miles he pulled pretty hard, requiring a steady relr. snd constant watching. Do you think this is Just the horse for a lay to drive?" he asked- "Well," Answered the honest owner. "I must say I shouldn't want to be tie husband of the woman who could drive that horse." PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. Your druggist will refund money If FAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 60c YOUR SYSTEM-WEEDS PHBPEB HE 'Hsaltfi Cannot Be Gained By Forcing the Human Machinery It seemed th longer the Health Teacher stayed in Pensacola the more Interesting became his remarks con cerning the human system and the ail ments to which it la susceptible. He waa heard to say: "A very large per cent of sickness and disease is caused by sheer neglect. , Take for instance. Indigestion, eighr but of every ten peo ple think there is a mental receptacle, into which they can shovel anything that la called food, and which will op erate automatically, from childhood to old age, without any attention what ever. Any machine needs oiling, needs repairing, needs constant attention. Is the human stomach more durable than machinery? No, Indeed; if you abuse It or any of your inner organs, you must suffer the consequences, which inevitably follrrw, and which, In this particular ailment, are: A poor appe tite, headaches, gas formations, water brash, poor memory, dizziness and con stipation. In this strenuous 'get-there-quick' age people 'bolt their food.' dine at uneven honrs, sometimes late at night, and then, when digestion or other Stomach troubles have them In an iron gra6p they wondor "how it oc curred." All the troublesome and sometimes severe symptoms of all stomach troubles will vanish like the mist before a rising nun, when a proper course of Quaker Eatrat Is taken, a It cures the toreners of the lining of the etom&ch, and alloc s the Sastrlo Juice to flow in and rau-e a perfect digestion. The-e are no opiates in this remedy, no pepsin or other so called digestive principal. It put the stomach n condition whore it can sup ply It own digestive fluids. This is why Quaker Extract ha so great a success In penr.anJ)i!y curing indi gestion. It removes the cause of the diaeaae. Soda, pepsin, cathartic pills, etc, will not cure it leave them alone. Kklpey troubles of any kind, catarrh in its several forms, rheumatism, blood troubles and worme of absolutely any or all kinds, are alo curd bv the proper use of Quaker Extract If you suffer from any of tho?s ailments the' are anxious to have a talk with you. It costs you nothing and if the Quaker Remedies will not benefit In your case, you will be told so. Remember Q-ueker Extract and the other rmedier put t'p by the Quaker Company are sold only in one sor in Ponnacola. That Is Balkeom's Drug Store, 17 tf. Palafox street. The Good Roads Movement in Delaware New Road Being Built from End to End of State 4iPT-A DuPont mm-mn 11,.-. : ,; .;t,''..- V- i . -1 et -v av- f - I tk"Z i-rr' rf 1 1 11 - W -Al it -1 ??rr-2r r?J ? vJ -All 5 Th Kcw Sate Rd 5 Ig k ' . - " H 1 jji 1 mnn ,11., 1 .- .... 1 1 ' it j ?.Sfc in fltoah.TB--T-.-r-if-wh Jfwmi mm, 11m. r Tia rr nmn mrmm, nf 1 m 11 1 iiim 11 11 111 1 iwiiiii 1 1 1 1 11 1 .ii ii ! m WE mm ' Eafinecrt' CoiTt with their Locomobile Yf Not at mtr talk, but at a cold dollars and cent proposition, hart's An Ideal Investment Our paid-up stock Is sold In esn vsnlent form of $100 per share, it pays 6 per cent ps; annum (payable In cash every 6 months) and It con vertible into cash at any time. Did you ever hear of a better In vestment one that embodied all these features? Corns In to-day, or writs Pensacola Home and Savings Association R. M. CARY, Secretary. 14 E. Government. Wicke Bros. Plumbers Repair Work Given Prompt Attention Phone 1674. 113 North Palafox Street Mounted Grindstone A rrlndstetie Is valubls aceordtnc ta !ti usability. A one man rrlodston U almost necessary. This ariodstoM Is mattntnil socurmtttr w(i fesil aula bssx in- aod ba.ll crank t-earinfa. The dotibla tteaXs nAbles you vo rtn this staae saatly ar.d io any klod of jrHocttni. Thsrs are eo pine nor loess parts aiU aU csatins are maJIsabla Irao. Try this the first tin you coma la th- H. W. GIBBS HDW. CO. Thlsssn Building. LUCIUS PRICE RELEASED YOUNG MAN WHO IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT AND INTENT TO MURDER AS RESULT OF SHOOT ING HI8 FATHER, MAKES BOND. LurJus Price, the. youtlj who was ar rested by Sheriff Van Pelt on th charge of assault with Intent ta jinr dr. as the result of stiooUna; hf father, Carter B. Price, at MlJ'Ylew on Saturday nltrht, vnn releaawcl yes terday afternoon, having: made bond l-i the aum of $260. Young; Price, who la barely elirhtfeH yesrs of a:e, claims that he shot hi father because lie waa abusVna; :! mother. The elder Price Is not re garded as seriously wounded. $15,000 TO LEND ! We have $15,000.00 to place on good real estate security, in amounts of $1,000.00, upwards. Hooton & Watson, "The Rental Agents." CIVIL DOCKET CASES WERE SET FOR TRIAL IN RECORD COURT, AFTER WHICH ADJOURNMENT WAS TAKEN UNTIL MONDAY MORNINOL Yesterday morning's session of the court of record was a Ur.'sl cr.e, the. only businea aof the coort bd'n? to sound the civil docket, whlcH required only a ahort time. There are r.Iy at.iflt nlvie caws cn tha elvtl docH. t for ih'.H twtri. whch Is an arernre docker, coraiderlne; the fact that thN triich of the court has on!y lre In oprrAtlo.n a short time. The dates lt he he-arm? of thes cases were flx4 upon, &ttn- which tne court adjourned until rext week. The trial of the civil csjafs vrlll not begin until a week from Monday. There will be no further sessions of the court of record this week, on ac count of the abeor.ee of the solicitor, who Is out of the dry for the remainder of the week. The trial of the criminal casa will begin on next Monday and the Jury Is returnable at that time. i