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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1912.
IK U DAW PASSES AWAY POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT, POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. VOTE FOR ROT K. MOULTOM. AGED AND ESTIMABLE LADY OF BELLVIEW DIED EARLY YES TERDAY MORNING AT HER HOME AFTER A LINGERING ILL NESS. t After a lingering1 Illness, Mrs. Wm Daw, an ared. well known and estima ble Jadiv residing at Bellview, passed away early yesterday mornlngr at her homo at that place. The remains will betaken to Baldwin county, Ala- where the funeral ser vices and interment will be conducted i-1 i inis morning. ine deceased is survived by a hus band, several children and a number of other relatives. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. HON. W. M. TOOMER Candidate for Congressman-at-Large. ' '( i Si I f i 4 " .... ..w - . - r , ..... t . . ,VvH w -Hon. W. M. Toomer Makes Many Converts for His Race. (From Tampa Tribune, April 2Ut.) i . " .... IVllUV L 1 J V UUU V the meeting addressed by HonrW. M. Toomer at Court house Square in Tampa, on Saturday night, April 20th. The report indicates that a great throng was present and that a fine reception was given the speaker. Following is the Tribune's report:) Hon. W. M. Toomer, candidate for Congressman-at-Large, made a very interesting and effective speech. It was the first time Col. Toomer has been heard in Tampa and he made a decidedly favorable impression. He is a logical and forcible speaker and his discussion of national questions showed him to be thoroughly informed and in line with the best Democratic sentiment. He discussed with some fervor the various new and alarming doctrines which are being preached throughout the country by demagogues and peace-seekers, and de clared that the extent to wftjch these agitators advocated applying the initiative, referendum and recall was danger ous and absurd. "If applying these doctrines to the cam paign," he said, "I would demand that Mr. O'Brien initiate a definite campaign, would refer Mr. L'Engle to the Social ist party and would promise to recall Albert Williamson immediately he landed in Congress' .Col. Toomer said the agitation of the tariff was always hurtful to business and that the Matter could be safely left to a .Democratic House, under the wise leadership of the Democratic chairman of the Means Committee. This brought cries of "Hurrah for Underwood." The momen tous matter of prosecuting the trusts and of enforcing their obedience to the laws of the country, was not a mat ter for "a politician or a professor, but for a lawyer." A department dominated by political consideration could not be expected to bring to account the great combinations of wealth. Col. Toomer also favored a national department of health. He showed that there is ample constitutional authority for federal aid for good roads and would advo cate, if elected, government assistance to the States in the building of. public highways. . Colonel Toomer said he had resolved to treat with the contempt of silence the bitter attacks which had been made upon him by two of his opponents, L'Engle and William son. He couldn't tell which was the sweeter of the two, and he recalled the story of the Georgia judge who had been called upon to decide the comparative odor of a negro and a goat. When the goat was introduced, the judge fainted, and when the negro was introduced . the goat fainted. So with L'Engle and Williamson. Colonel Toomer is developing much strength in this section of the State and his able address of iast night in creased the esteem in which he is held. He had a strenuous day yesterday, making three speeches. Caught on the Fly. An Iowa woman has laughed herself into hysterics over a newspaper story. It must have been something about POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. .. , . Tfc ?- - T . ' ui ; 5; V-iv Llll. J. aiiiun 1 1 i 1 J L J 1 1 1 . 1 r Mil l. Uncle Jim Wilson's probable resigna tion from the cabinet. An English editor has just died, leaving $10,000,000. It is evidently not the custom In England to send in cordwood and pumpkins for subscrip tion. A Toungsto-n, O., couple eloped on the bumpers of a freight train, which is another instance in which the course of true love did not run smooth. Hon. Joe Bailey of Texas, has in dorsed Taft It doesn't seem as though the president has done anything bad enough: to deserve that. "Little Joe" Brown is again governor of Georgia. He ought to be able to work this up into a vaudeville stunt after awhile. A government report says more bank notes are in circulation now than ever before and they all keep right on circulating, too. Perhaps it would be well for the Chinese republic to hurry upland take that census before there axe any more batUes. Russia has thrown a poet Into prison. Upon very rare occasions Russia does something worth while. According to Uncle Abner. Some fellers get their reputation for larnln' by going to college, while others save time by merely buyin eye glasses. I always have my suspicions of a "good" man. Ios"t of "em are too good to be true. Lem Higgins says he always stops smokln' durln' political campaigns and he knows he has added at least twenty years to his life.by so doing. The old philosopher who said there was nothing impossibly In this world never tried to get a real poem pub lished In a fifteen-cent magazine. Things That Make Life Worth While. Admiring a pretty woman's back and finding out that she is your wife with her hair done upa new way. Sitting beside a man in the theater who saw the play with the original company. Getting a bunch of No. 14 collars from the laundry when you wear 17's and when you have to have one for the party that evening. Receiving a tall, dignified, clerical looking gentleman whom you take for a minister, and Inviting him tn the house politely only to have him hand you a bill from the coal company. The Sultan of Sulu. The Sultan of Sulu has looked us all over. He cays we American men are In clover. Because tn the matter of trouble and strife We're luck In that we have only one wife. With envr the monarch of Sulu Is green; The last time he counted he had Just sixteen. Poor little Sultan of Sulu. Imagine the fix of the Sultan of SuUi With Mabel and Agnes and Myrtle and Lulu And Hattie and Nellie and Mollie and Grace, Ech ready to scratch up the. other one's face. Imagine the tongue lashing, hair pull ing spats When the Suit antes up for their new autumn hats Poor little Sultan of Sulu. The Sultan must be quite adept In ruses. He has to think at least fourteen ex cuses When he staj's out late with the rounders at night And doesn't get home until early day light, v Atonement in plenty he makes for his sins. In facing fourteen good, old, stout roll ing pins Poor little Sultan of Sulu. Of course there is something in wield ing a scepter But we who have married Just one wife and kept her Are mostly Inclined to be pleased with our lot No matter if we rule the roost or not. If to have fourteen wives is the way of the Sultan of the kingdom of Sulu, we don't to Suit, Poor little Sultan of Sulu. THREE FINED BY THE RECORDER Eleven cases were on the docket for trial in the recorder's court yesterday morning, but only three of .the defend ants were found guilty and the fines assessed amounted to $27.50. Two of the cases were nolla pressed. NEWBRO'S HERPIGIDE Saves Worry, Saves Money, Saves the Hair. If you want to free your head of dandruff and stop falling hair, you must sooner or later resort to New bro's Herpicide, By using Herpicide first you save yourself worry, which is desirable, you save money, which is a consideration, and you save your hair, which is the most important of all. 1 Why not profit by the experience of Mrs. S. A. Lee, of 110 South 4th St., Richmond, Va, who writes: "Four years' residence in India ruin ed my hair until it was but two inches long and very thin. I tried everything i;i Europe and America without bene fit until I was Induced to use Herpi cide. My hair is now long, soft and silky and natural color, while before it vas quite gray. My friends never tire of admiring my hair." Mrs. Lee's story Is a typical history of hair troubles. After everything else fails Newbro's Herring hHnn V relief. It would be Just as effect iv li usea nrsu Newbro's Herpicide kills the dan druff germ and prevents falling hair. It stops itching of the scalp almost instantly. No matter what the claims of others, Herpicide is the onl ygen uine original dandruff germ de stroyer. C nr dollar Size bnttla marantsAl c?cld by all druggists. Applications ai gioa oaroer snops. Kend 10c. for sample bottle to The TTernicide Co.. Dect. R rwrnit Mirh. L"Alemberte Pharmacy', special agent: A faithful public k The surest sign servant should be en- iSfe: ' V that a public servant couraged by promo- t frk has made good is the tion fact that he is opposed Stand by the i: ky the favor seeking men who stand y:yf few when he asks for by y oil. ? ;r promotion. If the voters permit the special interests to defeat JOHN Pt STOKES for State Attorney, what encouragement has any man to stand for the people's interests? If the public service corporations can defeat any man who refuses to wear their collar, then patriotism is political suicide JOHN P. STOKES has stood for the public good at all times. His public record is replete with performances for the public good. He asks the voters to en dorse his record. He has made good. and deserves promotion. four were continued and two of the defendants were discharged. Why Is Sugar Sweet? If sugar did not dissolve in the mouth you could not taste the sweet. GROVE'S TASTEXESS CHILL. TONIC is as strong as the strongest bitter tonic, but you do not taste the bitter because the ingredients do not dissolve in the mouth, but do dissolve readily in the acids of the stomach. Is Just as good for Grown People as for Children. The First and Origin al Tasteless Chill Tonic. The Stand ard for 80 years. 60c. THElEETING CITY COUNCIL WAS QUIET ONE THREE NEW ORDINANCES WERE PASSED AT LAST NIGHTS REG ULAR MEETING AND A NUMBER OF FORMAL REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS WERE RE CEIVED AND ACTED UPON. J Last night's meeting of the city quietest and months and. council was one of th briefest held in several aside from the adoption of two or three ordinances, the meeting was without Interest, contesting entirely of formal reports of committees and the reading of a few communications. After hearing a favorable report from the ordinance engrossing com mittee, accompanied by an opinion from the city attorney, to the effect that the ordinances were properly en grossed and would be valid if adopted, the following measures were read for the third time and passed: Ordinance No. 15. providing for the screening or covering of all fruits, con fections or candles exposed for sale; ordinance No. 59, providing for the building of a boulevard along the bay shore and bordering on Bayou Texar; ordinance No. 60. providing for the ex tension of Barrancas avenue and for the grading, paving and curbing of the portion of the street to be extended. Ordinances Nos. 59 and 60 were passed unanimously, while the ordi nance relating to screening or covering of fruits, confections, etc., was adopt ed by a vote of 7 to 2, Aldermen Fisher and Semmes voting against its pas age. Upon motion of Alderman Kent, the ordinance providing for the regulation of the fares to be charged by taxlcabs used as public vehicles was tabled until the next meeting. In making the motion to hold up action on the pro posed ordinance. Mr. Kent stated that he made the motion at the request of a nu&iber of thjd taxicab people in the city. Although it was expected that a re port would be made upon the ordi nance to abolish the public drinking cup, no report was made upon it by FOR the ordinance engrossing committee. Other Business. A communication from the board of public work asking for an appro priation of $1,000 for the purpose of making additional sewer connections on Ninth avenue was read. The rea son for asking the appropriation was explained in the communication, which was referred to the finance committee. A communication from the board of public safety asking for an appropria tion for the purpose of establishing: a Are alarm box at the corner of B and Garden streets was also referred to the finance committee. The communica tion .was accompanied by a recommen dation from the city electrician and the chief of the fire department, as well is a petition from the residents of that portion of the city. Alderman DeSilva Introduced an or dinance to repeal sections 122 and 123 of the code of ordinances, in order to callow the settlement tf a suit of the Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. for $1,700, and after being read the first time, the ordinance was referred to the finance committee. Alderman Renshaw introduced and -tread for the first time the ordinance drawn up by the city engineer and recommended by the board of public works, providing for the adoption of a new system of numbering the houses. This ordinance was referred to the general ordinance committer. After having bevn reported upon by the .franchise committee, which sug gested certain amendments which were adopted, the ordinance providing for the granting of a franchise to tho Southern Paving Co.. whereby that company will be allowed to close cer tain portions of II. I and J streets, was referred to the ordinance engrossing committee. Alderman Renshaw introduced a resolution, which was adopted, the sub stance of which is that the city en gineer is to make a personal exami nation of all of the paving being don? under the present contract and to make a report to the council, in ordr that all defects, however .small, rrny be remedied before the woj-k is flnal'.y accepted. An invitation from the Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Association for tho mayor and aldermen to participate in the parade of that organization at th annual picnic early in May was read and accepted with thanks, the clerk being Instructed to write the organiza tion to that effect. A report from the city fng1nvr as to the overflowing of the pumping station during the recent rains, and suggest ing a remedy for this condition was referred to the water and gas commit tee to ascertain the cost of the im provements recommended and to make a report back to the council. The report of the finance committee was received and adopted. The re port approved the report of the water department and recommended that the petition of Carlos Eugeno for the re fund of the cost of building a sidewalk at 416 West Zarragossa street be not granted. The meeting was presided over by Mayor Reilly and the following alder men were present: Messrs. Bear, Moyer. Oliver, Kent, Avery. DeSilva, Renshaw, Semmes and Fisher. Judge S. B. Brewton, mayor of Hinesville, Ga., derived such splendid results from the use of Foley Kidney Pills that he wants others to know about it. He writes: "I have used Foley Kidney Pills and feel tfcst I have obtained great benefit from them and I heartily recommend them to any party suffering from kidney troubles." W. A. D'Alemberte. ttorney "Quality Our Motto." "Tutti Fruttfs Ice Cream' is the correct suggestion to make to the right young lady She'll know that you know if you suggest "Tutti Frutti." She will know and regret that you don't "know," unless you do suggest "Tutti Frutti." OUR FOUNTAIN IS SANITARY ! 7 AeCentral Pharmacy Phone 1100. Corner Palafox and Romana Streets "BUSINESS GET-TOGETHER MEETING OF THE Y. M. C. A. SOCIAL COMMITTEE HAS CALLED MEETING FOR 7:30 TONIGHT AND PLANS FOR ' SUMMER SPORTS WILL BE DISCUSSER. The T. M. C. A. social committee has planned another "get together" for members and friends tonight at 7:30. The program at thse affair is to hav no set propram. The purpose, in addition to the usual good time, is to place the summer activities of the as M.&O. SPECIAL for to-day and all this week. -One case (36 dozen) Porus Knit Underwear, Ath letic Shirts, Short Drawers, 25c per Garment, 'ON THE SQUARE, WITHIN OKES OUR AIM. sociation and each member is request ed to promote organization for en joying his particular hobby. In addition to the regulation sum mer rports which will be pushed lv, their devotees, plana for canoe tri.is and water festivals Mill surely com as a remit f the completion of th fleet of canoes that have been build ing at the association. Others have suggestel a reUr camp for those who may not leave the city for the summer. The idea seems to be to have a camp with full equipment, which of course includes a good cook, on the water and near a car line to he used successively by groups of members, each group taking charge for a week or two. Other In teresting stunts will do-jbtless be pro poed and tho usual good time is cer tain. I Puts En tifngs never d to Bad Habit. Things never look bright to on with "the blues. Ten to one the trou. ble is a sluggish liver, filllnr th sys tem with bilious poison, that Ir. King's New L,ife Tills would expel. Try them. Iet the Joy of better feel ings end "the blues." I?est for stom ach, liver and kidneys. 21 cents. W. A. D'Alemberte. 50c per Suit EASY REACH OF EVERYWHERE"