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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1913. tut I 111 A "Shirt Tale," this. All fancy and white negli gee, plaited and stiff bosom shirts in Manhattan; Star, Cluett, Metric brands go on sale today at the following prices: $1.50 and $1.65 quality, $1.15. $2.00 quality, $1.38. S&50 quality, $1.88. $3.00 quality and up, $2.45. Full dress shirts excepted, and none charged at sale prices. The John White Store 2-trtl . Palafox Street "Florida' Leading Clothiers." For Corporations Corporate Seals, Stock Certificates, Rubber Stamps, ' Minute Books, ' Stock Ledgers, List of Stockholders, and all other Records for Corporations. . ALL TRIOVELTY OOK Ii CO. -ss i Office Outfitter. Phone 818. MARSTON & QUINA, Wast Florida's Oldest Furniture House." Exetuslv Aoenta Qloba.WanHeka Book Caaes. Bonita Theatre defined Photoplays The M.&O. January Clearance Sale is now in full blast. Don't fail to attend. NEGRO TAKEN TO SELMA FOR TRIAL W.iiie Quarrels, a negro, who was arrested in Pensacola a few days ago. -was taken back to Selma, Ala., yes terday by an officer from that city. whera ha is wanted on the charge of murder. He returned to Alabama without requisition. It is alleged that Quarrels killed a negro boy in Selma recently by firing a revolver through a window while the boy was in his own home. Tou will find that druggists every where speak well of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. They know from long experience in the sale of it that in cases of coughs and colds it can al ways be depended upon, and that it is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all druggists. (Adv.) Especially in Men's and Boys' Clothing Dep't Since the sale started three days ago. there has not been time enough to keep our doors shut in the Men's and Boys department. It shows the superiority of our goods and our sale. Everything a man may want is cut in price, not a few articles. We show a few items here to give you an idea of our prices: 1 M f - 1 r i i V 1 r ? I 't - -r & 1 : 1 I A r ' l b1 t- I If s:r v 'I Tax MicKurai The Haoclxy Men's Trousers. 1 . ;r A good showing of all titie swell up-to-date styles in several fabrics, elegantly cut and made up. Note these prices: $2.50 values . ...... . .$1.89 $3.00 values . . l . . . $2.54 $3.50 values $2.79 $4.00 values ... $3.00 $5.00 values $3.98 $8.00 values $4.95 Men's Suits, Overcoats. Everything received up-to-date, every style and novelty goes in this sale of the famous Schloss Bros. & Co. clothes. , Other prices besides these: $15.00 values for . . .$11.25 $18.00 values for . . .$13.95 $20.00 values for . . .$14.85 $25.00 values for . . .$17.75 I $30.00 values for . . .$23.45 ! $35.00 values for . . .$24.95 Boys' Suits, Overcoats. Sizes in this department from 2 to 17 years, in every new and dressy style that looks good. We quote a few here: '. $3.00 Suits for $1.89 $4.00 Suits for ..$2.98 $5.00 Suits for $3.95 $6.00 Suits for $4.75 $7.00 Suits for $5.89 $10.00 Suits for $7.65 $15.00 Suits for $9.95 Big Lot Boys' Pants. Every style and size from 5 to 16 years go in this sale. All prices cut. Note these: 50c Pants 39c 75c Pants 58c $1.00 Pants 79c $1.25 Pants 92c $1.50 Pants $1.14 I $2.00 Pants ...... r. .$1.49 EXTRA SPECIAL! 100 pair Men's Shoes, $3.50, $4 and $5 values. Oood styles In assorted lesthsrs, of ths boat makes, button and lace,. all sizes. Regular prices were up to $5.00. Spe cial at L-70 Watson, Parker & Reese Co. Big Semi-Annual Sale Some of the season's best styles and a few over from last winter, good staple patterns, elegant quality of material, all sices. 8peclal at r-Ca. a m 3 ft I ,l M m 9 1 E mm ilk SCHLOSS BROS. a CO. Fine Clothe Mtken BtBDem tx NW York EXTRA SPECIAL! Men's $15 to $22.50 Suits. OTHER SEAPORT CITIES Elf LOY BOARD TO PLAN COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION DI RECTORATE TELL WHY THEY THINK PENSACOLA SHOULD HAVE DESIGNING BOARD. Ths Stsrekeept Mast be pleasant and eouteonatohold trade. He nt be bright and .mart If he It unfitted ty heedaehe. Don't let headaches impair you usefulness. HICEtS' CAPUDINE CURES HEADACHE enables 70a to run on high speed gets at the headache's cause, whether beat, sold, nerrootness or gripp. Ceettdlne is a Ildaid. plMcaot to Us; qaiekly tffaeshra. Aftar it eons ou. yom ll lty the seoet who des't know sboa Cspadise. He as4 10s at tec totes. Trial ites, 10c , Declarins; that no Important con struction work should be undertaken without a clan and that builders m other seaports have employed design ing boards to work out their terminal systems, the board of directors of the Pensacola Commercial Association yes terday took further action toward so- curing the adoption of their proposed manner of handling: the aock construc tion. ; . It was the last meeting of the di rectorate prior to the annual meeting of the association to be held next Tuesday and they agreed upon and sent as a communication to The Jour nal the several reasons why they have asked the board of bond trustees and city council, by resolution, to have the docks and belt line railroad, as well as the plans for future, drawn by a de signing board comprising three experts in terminals construction. The communication: Editor Peneaoola Journal. The reasons why the directors of the Pensacola Commercial Association fa vor the selection of a designing board to make a harbor and dock plan for the city of Pensacola are: . We hold that no Important construc tion work should be undertaken with out a plan, prepared under the direc tion of "competent designing architects. The proposed designing board were to be the architects of the belt railway terminal and harbor plans for Pensa cola. A survey of the trade territory and a harbor plan were advocated as es sential to a dock plan, because an in telligent dock and belt railway plan cannot be made without considering their relation to the Industries, dock, and railway facilities of the town, and the commerce likely to use same. " The deelre of the directors is that a plan be adopted before any money authorized under the bond Issue be used for construction purposes. The board should consist of experienced engineers, because a thorough technical knowledge and wide experience are es sential, as well as an acquaintance with the most modern practice in dock and railway construction and equip ment. Other Ports Have Done So. Other ports have employed similar boards for designing harbor develop ment and Improvement, such as Port land, Ore, Los Angeles, CaL. Jackson ville, FU, Baltimore, Ml, Nw .York, X. Y, Boston, Mass., and Montreal, Canada. "We have letters from the best authorities In the country advo cating such a plan as we have sug gested. We shall publish these from time to time. While the directors know that the bond trustees have the authority to expend this money, under the approval of the city council, it was not thought that they would necessarily desire to assume the responsibility and to take the time, or that they had the neces sary technical knowledge and expe rience, to prepare a harbor and dock plan for Pensacola, which will Include the drafting of the plans for the rail road, dock, charts showing the loca tion of industries, engineers esti mates, etc The directors favor the employment of eminent authorities to constitute the designing board, because their report will be of great value to the city of Pensaoola in informing the shipping world of the steps, taken to provide Improved terminal facilities for . the convenience and encouragement of shipping. Their report will be given credence by engineers of national and International reputation and railroads and industries seeking terminals and locations will be attracted here. Scientific publications and trade Jour nals, magazines, and the press gen erally will give It publicity and so at tract new business to this city. Such a plan will meet the more favorable approval of the government engineers in future recommendations for harbor improvements of this port. In fact, it was expected that we might secure one or more of the board by detail from the United States engineering corps. We are not building these improve ments primarily to take care of busi ness, but to attract business. To do that we must have the best and most modern equipment. We must not do as we have done for twenty years. That . Is what we are trying to get away from. We want something new, both in design and equipment. The fight was made for proper facilities, and It won. We oppose any plan that would practically nullify the prospect of large results therefrom. The bond trustees want to wait for business. We want to go after it They consider their knowledge sufficient. We want a plan based on the best trained tech nical knowledge and experience. No other policy seems to us wise, econom ical, or business-like. Such a plan wlH be worth what it costs, and more. Very truly, BOARD OF DIRECTORS PEN'S A -COLA COMMERCIAL. ASS'N., C. E. DOBSON, President Dr. P. H. Miller, an osteopathic phy sician .from Pennsylvania, Is located at 26 E. Gregory street, and will go out to treat patients by appointment Phone No. 169T. 3jan(Adv.) TAMPA PAYS TO GET BALL CLUB WILL.TURN OVER $4,500 TO THE CUB MANAGEMENT TO SECURE THAT TEAM FOR SPRING TRAINING. The citizens of Tampa have sub scribed $4,500 In order to secure the Chicago Cubs for spring training at that place, according to the following special from Chicago to the Sporting News: "Tampa has been officially selected as the spot in Florida to be tried out as a training camp by the Cubs this year.. That fact long suspected, was officially vouched for by C. H Murphy on his return from a trip of inspec tion. Along with said voucher was promulgated another to the effect that good people of Tampa had raised $4,700 to defray the expenses of the Cubs while advertising the Florida resort "It was bound to com this con version of a base ball team's advertis ing value into cash and so far as known the Cub boss was first to put It into concrete form. There may have been subsidies along the same line, in different form, In the training arrange ments of major league clubs in pre vious years, but this is the first deal of Its kind that we can recall. "Definite plans for the Cub trip iave not gone much farther than fixing the place and the price. The time of de parture has been set tentatively for February 15. but awaits the O. K. of Manager Evers, who has been sum moned from Troy to talk over the trip and complete its arrangements. HOMER WILSON TO SPEAK HERE NOTED LECTURER WILL BE AT THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH TOMORROW NIGHT. Homer T. Wilson, one of the noted lecturers of the country, will deliver one of his lectures at the First Chris tian church Sunday night and it Is expected that many will hear him. Mr. Wilson Is an orator far above the or dinary and has been praised by men high in public life, among them being Champ Clark and R. P. Hobson. Of him Robert J. Burdette says: "Once In a long while not very often there steps out upon the plat form a man whom it does the audience good to look at and before he begins to speak. A man whom people instinc tively "warm to," whom they Just know to be a man by the poise of his head, by the soldierly build of him, and by the way he looks at them. And when he speaks they see they were correct in their diagnosis; he is a man, and a man who has something to say that other men want to hear, which they must bear. And there are the convic tions back of the words that give them power, a certain tenderness In the voice that gives them music, and the man behind the lecture that gives it sincerity. That s Homer T. Wilson. No wonder people go to hear him." 50 BOY SCOUTS HOLD A RALLY INITIATED INTO DEGREE WORK AND THEN SEE ENTERTAIN MENT BY SLEIGHT-OF-HAND ARTIST. sleight-of-hand performer and mes merist "who did many interesting tricks. Lustily giving the scout yell the boys broke ranks at the end of the session. Subscribe for The Journal IS CHARGED WITH CARRYING WEAPONS Richard Croxton, of Elba, Ala., was arrested yesterday at the Louisville & Nashville passenger depot by Deputy Sheriff MJNair on the charge of car rying a pistol concealed and was taken to the county Jail, where he was locked up in default of bond. Later Croxton pleaded guilty to the charge before Justice of the Peace Wm. L. Johnson and was held for trial before the court of record. Croxton is the young man who fell overboard Thursday night from Cen tral wharf at the landing of the steamer Tarpon. IIS CAME OUT III HWFULS Pi triples and Scales All Over Body and Scalp. Burned and Itched. Hair Just Full of Dandruff. Com pletely Cured by Cctlcura Soap and Cuticura Olctment S7 K. Boulevard. AOaote. Ga Theoke on m UtCte pimples and sealee aB over say bodaodttesoalp ofay head. They spread aad finaOy began to bum and ttoa and I scratched and they tamed Into ttttte Mead tag sorea. If I sermeebed M waaM osom an WW bvrnsac sensation producing heas all vermrbody. IlvaaoovldiiotmsaenJgh. . My elotbJnc vovM stick to soy body when It wee awfagy warm. 'Whenever I would omb my hair H would jst oonw oat In bsndfuhj and leave large and sneven parts to my beer and tt was fwmt MB of dauM. It would acale vp aad be tn spots all over my head. When I parted my hair there osl be wide spaces. The erection beoacne worse and wee M Bttle sears or sores. It was dreadful a night; I could not ret or Fifty Boy Scouts, nearly all of them In uniform, paraded la3t night from their respective company headquarters to Catholic Knights' hall, where they held a rally and got Instructions in degree work. Several took an examination in one of the degrees and passed. After taking the degree and getting their instructions the boys were en tertained by Mr. Bell, a New York It was pronounced eeoeme and I need all kinds of salves and ointment. Finally a Mend recommended Cttoar Soap and Ointment. I uand Cticor Soap aad Otnt ment on say body aad bead every day, first bathinc with Outtuara 0op and loan apply toc the OwWwms) Otntranol. I untamed this for three months aad after a year of auflalug I waa completely eared." (Signed) bSlasMoveBaB. Daolela, Jane 88, 1813. A atncleoaaeof Outtoaaa Soap and box of Cotters Oluanwut ass often safadat when an else baa failed. Sold by dragglat and dealers everywhere. Sample of each mailed free, wHh W-p. Bkin Book. Address post card, "Cwtfoor. Dept. T. Boston. " aVMen who abave and shampoo wJth Oo ticara SoapwiB find It beet for akin ad aoaip. BURNS E TO DEATH IN A STABLE FIRE FRAME BUILDING USED BY GAR BAGE CONTRACTOR IS TOTALLY DESTROYED BY FIRE. The large one-story wooden stable on the north side of Gregory street, be tween Tarragona and Alcaniz streets, used by L. Filllnglm, city garbage con tractor, for housing his live stock, was destroyed by fire about 1(T o'clock yesterday morning. A horse owned by John Wiggins, a negro, driver of one of the garbage wagons, was burned to death in the lire'. None of the vehicles operated by Fillingim In removing the garbage from the streets were damaged, but a quantity of feed stored in the stables was consumed by the blaze. The report of the chief of the fire department says that the origin of the Are, which had gained considerable headway before an alarm was turned In, Is unknown. THREATENS TO SUE CITY FOR LOSS OF ARTICLES If J. W. Wilson, of McKinnonville, holds to tois present intentions, as ex Tressed in a letter received by the Pensacola police department, the city will be the defendant in a suit for damages and he will be the plaintiff, the threetened action being the result of the alleged failure on the part of the city to return, to Wilson the sum of five cents, a pocket knife and a pint of whiskey. In a letter received yesterday signed by Wilson he says that unless the five cents, pocketbook and t int of whiskey are returned to him he will bring suit to recover damages. The police records show that Wilson was arrested on December 18 and fined. The sum of seventy ' cents, a pecket knife and one pint of whiskey were taken from him when he was searched at the police station, but in returning the money, after he paid his fine, only sixty-five cents was given to hii. Wi."son was offered another pint of whiskey in place of the one taken from aim, but he refused it because it was not the same brand of liquor as that wnich he left at the station. He told the cosk sergeant that it was a special brand and that he would not accept a v stitute. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. 4 Furnished by the local office, weath er bureau, United States department of agriculture, under the direction of Willis L. Moore, chief of bureau, Wash ington, D. C. Penaacola's Temperature Data. Highest on record for January, 79 degrees, Lowest on record for January, 15 degrees. Average of the highest dally tem peratures for January, CO degrees. Average ef the lowest dally temper atures for January, 45 degrees. Highest temperature yesterday, 59 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday morn ing, 53 degrees. Penaacola's Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for the month of January, 4.04 inches. Total rainfall this January to 7 p. m., .82 inches. Total excess In rainfall for 1912, 21.45 Inches. STATIONS. Tamp 3 5 fa 4 5 s t Abilene 46 5a .08 Cloudy Atlanta 40 40 .. Cloudy Boston 40 42 .. Clear Buffalo 3S 38 .. Ptcldy. Eirmingham .. 48 48 .01 Cloudy Chicago 34 34 .02 Rain Denver .... 20 28 .. Clear . Galveston 60 62 .. Rain Green Bay .... 22 22 .. Cloudy Hatteras 54 56 .. Ptcldy. Huron 4 8 . . Cloudy Jacksonville ... 54 56 .01 Cloudy Kansas City ..36 36 .01 Cloudy Knoxville 40 40 .01 Cloudy Louisville 44 44 .36 Rain Memphis 54 54 .26 Cloudy Montgomery .. 52 54 .. Cloudy Moorhead -4 2 . . Snow New Orleans .. 60 72 .. Cloudy New Tork 38 38 .. Cloudy North Platte .. 12 22 .. Clear Oklahoma 36 "8 .18 Cloudyi Palestine 46 46 .80 Rain Pensacola 59 53 . . Rain Phoenix 40 52 .18 Know Pittsburg 40 42 .. Rain Portland, Ore... 42 42 .01 Cloudy St. Louis 36 36 .68 Rain St. Paul 20 22 .. Snow Salt Lake City. 22 26 .2 Cloudy San Francisco . 46 50 .. Clear Sheridan -S 2 .04 Clrar Seattle 36 36 .. Cloudy Shreveport 58 ."8 .28 Rain Tampa 74 78 .. Pt.cldy. Toledo 34 34 .14 Rain Washington ... 44 4 1 .. Cloudy Williston -10 -4 .06 Ptcldy. If you are troubled with chronieN, constipation, the mild and gentle effect of Chamberlain's Tablets makes them especially suited to your case. For sale by all druggists. (Adv.) Subscribe for the Journal. as m fyDairDMueicttaao'eir's SaOe off IF o on an Sep hi IP gods 2 c 52.50 to SI O Fountain Pen, $1.00. Every Pen Guaranteed by Maker for One Year. Kinds Suitable for Men, Vomen and Children A Wonderful Opportunity to Secure a Thoroughly Reliable Pen. cold oln t?DMdwii hfrd J?3 tL" who ar far,0" throughout America for Fountain Pen. Every pen In this a!e ha a warranted 14-karat ccur .Sale IndudeT Self Fl ii .h'?art! Tt beautifully made, and perfectly assembled. Never again will such a splendid Fountain Pen opportunity occur, sale include Self.Flllera, Safety Non-Leakable Pens, and 74 other style, all at $1.00. CALL AND SEE DEMONSTRATION DAILY. L..Jr . I"' Mall Orders Given Prompt Attention. TBie CesBSraB IPiharenacy 'In the Heart ef Pensacola.