THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL; WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 5, 1913.
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HIS HOME HERE
FRANCISCO BONIFAY, 80 YEARS
OLD, ENTERTAINS MANY RELA
TIVES AT GATHERING NATIVE
OF PENSACOLA, AS WERE FOR
FYancisco Bon if ay, one of the oldest
and best known residents of this city.
celebrated his eightieth birthday yes
terday, a bost.ol relatives Holding a I
reunion at bis home on West Romana
Mr. Bonifay was born In Pensacola
and has lived here all bis life. He Is
of one of the oldest families in this
city, both his father and his grand
father having been natives of this city.
He is as vigorous and active as most
men half his age and proved one of
the quickest on the trigger of repartee
at the jolly party yesterday.
We have them Men's
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The Journal will pay (3.00 reward for
evidence sufficient to convict any boy or
person found stealing subscribers' papers
..after delivery of same by carrier. . :
Dennis Burns, Jr., of Mobile, arrived
in the city yesterday "and is a guest at
the-SACarloa..,,,. 2, , , I r
J. B. Graham, of Flomaton, is in the
city today. He arrived yesterday and
"Is stopping at the San Carlos.
A Greichel, registering from Mobile,
is among: the guests registered at the
San Carlos today. He arrived yester
day. J. A. Smith, of Flomaton. was among
the arrivals in the city yesterday.
During his stay In the city he is mak
ing his headquarters at tne San Car
los. W. Black, of Montgomery, Is among
the guests at the San Carlos today.
He arrived yesterday.
N. McGulre. of Freeport, was among
the arrivals in the city yesterday. He
is a guest at the San Carlos.
A regular meeting of the board of
public safety will be held in the office
of the city clerk at 6 o'clock this even
Philips and D. B. McCready, 74 per
Commercial Taught by W. P. Cun
ningham and B. Steward, 75 per cent.
. The honor roll, comprising those
boys who have a perfect record fori
February, is as follows: Dan Atwell,
Homer Singleterry, ..Arthur Stearns,
Juniors; Ed. Daughterty. Alfred Reed.
i seniors: M. E. Browning, Aaron John
son, commercials. .
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always was a tabletpoonful of Sloan's
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building and In the discission of the
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MARRIAGE OF GERMAN ROYALTY
BRINGS ABOUT A STATE
AMITY THAT HAS LONG BEEN
men. He said he did the best he could
with the small force at his command.
consisting of 631 disciplined privates.
In addition there were a large number
"I gave the suffragists the same pro
tection that will be afforded the in
augural parade." he added. "What is
needed Is a larger force here."
m,...-. visa v up iin I f ner
SIGN AND SUCCEED JUDGE 1 OllCG JL6Cline
CHENEY, ., WHOSE NOMINATION
WAS "NOT CONFIRMED BY THE
STUDENTS AT Y. M. C. A. SHOW
GREAT INTEREST IN THEIR
WORK HONOR ROLL.
Records for the fifth month of the
season of educational work in the Y.
M. C A. night school show an average
attendance of 74 per cent and proves
the interest taken by the boys in their
The three divisions show a pretty
close race in attendance honors as fol
Junior Taught by Messrs. R. A.
MacDowell ana c A. Wolfe, 73 per
Senior' Taught by Messrs. V. H.
flof in Roach Paste
Extenninates Cockroaches quickly and
very thoroughly: also Rats,
Mice, Waterbugs, etc
est the genulnti rtfnst Imitations
Money back if it iafls.
At all dealers, 25c and $1.00.
Staarss Bastrfa Past Ct Cilcsja, infant.
The Jacksonville Metropolis says:
Hon. Don A. Pardee, senior United
States circuit Judge in this circuit, has
appointed Hon. William B. Sheppard,
of the Northern District of Florida, to
hold court in, the . Southern District of
Florida, until a district judge can be
appointed by the president and con
firmed, by the TJ- S. senate. Judge
Sbeppard arrived this morning and
has been in consultation with Judge
J ' M. Cheney, whose commission ex
pires tomorrow on the adjorunment of
the U. S. senate after it has con
firmed the annolntment of Mr. Wll
From a source that appears to be
unquestioned It is announced that the
position has been offered to United
States Senator Nat. P. Bryan by the
persons whose recommendation will be
accepted by President Wilson in nam
inc a. indsre for this district. Senator
Rrvan has not as yet indicated his
preference In the matter, the informa
Of course the ensuing senatorial va
cancy will not go begging should
Senator Bryan accept and there would
b an ad interim appointment Dy
Governor Trammell. This appointee
would hold office until the state legis
lature meets two years hence assum-
'-- that Mr. Bryan will not resign
until after the coming session ad
iourns. This would allow a state prl
mary at that time and in that primary
novernor Trammel! hopes to De tne
choice, it is whispered.
Ring 88 for coal. Garfield
Up Sattle For
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Washington, March 4. Charges that
the police of Washington did not prop
erlv protect yesterday's suffragist pa
rd were made in the house early
Miit Vvv Renresentative Hobson of
Alabama, who later declared that he
purposed to ask for an investigation
f th nniioa department during the
ultra, session of congress.
Mr. Hobson told "the house that the
congressional section of the parade, led
by Representative Rucker or uoioraao,
comprised a score of senators and rep
resentatives who, starting at . arm s
lengths and four abreast, finally were
crowded into single nie Dy tne crowa-
ing of the spectators and that the
police "scoffed with the ruffians."
I have been called over ine tele
phone," said Mr. Hobson, "ana ton ry
a lady that her daughter was on one
of the floats in the parade and that a
ruffian climbed on the float and insult
ed her daughter
"Her -laughter ought to have been
8t home." interjected Representative
Mann of Illinois, the republican leader.
The remark aroused a number or
"She had as much right there as
anyone, shouted Representative naKer,
of California. The gentleman ought
to be ashamed of himself.
Chief Sylvester, of the Washington
police, declared today trat the in
ability of . his force to manage yester
day's spectators was not due to any
willful neglect of duty, by any of the
BT ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Chicago, March 4. The Evanston
police today dropped the mysterious
case of Mrs. Mabel. Mills, of San An- 1
tonio, Texas, and her "lost or stolen"
According to Chief Shaffer, the case
never was brought to his attention of
ficially nor were any arrangements
Berlin, March S. The reconciliation
between Emperor William and the
Duke of Cumberland, son of the de
ceased. King of Hanover, followed by
the bethrothal of Princess Victoria,
the emperor's only daughter, to Prince
Ernest August, son of the duke, re
calls a previous attempt at a recon
ciliation which came to nothing.
This occurred in 1903, when the em
peror went to Copenhagen, to attend
the eighty-fifth anniversary of the
birth of old King Christian, whose
daughter. Princess Thyra, is the wife
of the Duke of Cumberland. This
royal visit had a much more important
object ; than to improve the relations
between Germany and Deumark. It I
was to find a wife for the German
crown prince, and the lady selected for
the future empress of Germany' was I
none other than Princess Alexandra,
daughter of the Duke of Cumberland.
The emperor, according to the story as
told to-day, had corresponded with the
Duchess Thyra, who obtained the con
sent of the duke to both the reconcilia
tion and the betrothal.
One result of the reconciliation was
to be the agreement that Prince Georgs
Wilhelm, the duke's oldest son, should
become Duke of "Brunswick, from
which position the Cumberland family
was excluded by reason of the-refusal
lot the Duke of Cumberland to renounce
his rights to the throne of Hanover.
Even with such a prize in view, how
ever, the duke, after reaching Copen
hagen, gave way to his long-cherishe.l
hatred of Prussia, refused to meet the
emperor and returned to Gmunden
under plea that he had the measles.
This naturally enraged the. emperor.
He ceased speaking of the "Duke of I
Brunswick" when referring to the head
of the Cumberland bouse and mention
ed him only by his older title "Prince
of Great Britain and Ireland." Of
course this ended the project of mar
rying, the crown price to the Princess
Alexandria. A year later she married
Friedrich Franz, Grand Duke of Meck-
lenburg-Schwerln, brother of the Prin
cess Cecllie, who later married the
. True to his word spoken at the time!
of the Copenhagen episode, the em
peror, made no further attempt to im
prove relations . with the Brunswick
house, but when in 1908 Prince Luit-
pold, the old regent of Bavaria, asked
for. the appointment of Prince Ernst
August as officer in the heavy dragons
at Munich, he willingly consented.
It was even expected that a recon
ciliation between Hohenzellerns . and
Cumberlaads would occur at Schwerin
In May, 1910, when -the emperor sud
denly announced his Intention of pro
ceeding hither to attend the christen-
! ing of the infant son of the grand
duke. The Duke and Duchess of Cum-
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supposed to have left the city,
Chief Shaffer says that Mrs. Mills
declined to answer leading questions.
Her acceptance of the loss he described
as being "at least philosophical.1
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tivlties, but when they heard that the
emperor was coming they left Scwerin
before he arrived.
The country is still awaiting the
publication of the details of the com
ing armament bill the third in as
many years but though already has
been learned to make it certain that
the government will ask for a sum ex
It Is recalled that last year's bill.
which brought an Increase of some 29,-
000 men In the peace standing of the
army, called Tor aDout is,&uv,vow a
year for five years, and the coming
bill is expected to add from 45,000 to
50.000 men to the army on a peace
this year will ask that provision be ., . '
B. DTmo, Adv.. Chlcsxo
Look for the spear
has given the friends of it renewed
hope for its realization. They argue
that the new canal must be -made
spacious enough to accommodate ves-
made to retain the 40,000 or 60,000
able-bodied recruits who are excused
yearly from service because there is
no place for them in the army. Prob
ably eighteen regiments, which now
have butr two battalions each, will be
filled out by the addition - of a third
battalion, and it Is proposed also to
strengthen the cavalry divisions.
What the attitude of the Reichsag
will be toward the new demands is not
known, but Is Is' certain that there will
be some opposition.
That the movement in, Germany to
preserve Wagner's" "Parsifal" for Bay
reuth for all time would not succeed.
despite the fact that the crown prince
headed the. signers of the petition and
that the emperor was believed to favor
it. had been generally expected and
predicted, but, the majority against it
was much greater than had been look
ed for. Only five members of the thir
ty making up the petition committee
of the Reichstag voted to report fa
The strongest arguments against a
special law were that comparatively
few persons would be able to enjoy
the opera each year, and that it ' could
not be protected In foreign countries.
The result would not be that It' could
be heard by opera lovers everywhere
except in Germany.
The day following the committee's
decision Director Martersteisr, of Pelp
sic, announced that he would stage
"Parslfar on January 4. 1914, four
days, after the copyright expires. Otto
Lohse will direct the production and
the. principal , roles will be sung by
Max Krueger and Frau Ruescbe
The decision of - the Belgium gov
ernment to Build a great canal from
Antwerp to Liege In order to supply
that port with Belgium coal in place
of the English article, has been siezed
upon in Germany as a strong argu
ment for building the projected canal
from the lower Rhine along the Dutch
frontier to the North Sea at Em den.
It is suggested , in this , connection
that the Belgium canal be extended
from Liege to the Rhine, thus mak
ing a . great internal waterway from
Antwerp to Emden. At a recent meet
ing of the budget; committee - of the
Prussian Diet the minister of public
works and railways said the govern
ment was deeply interested in . the
Rhine-Emden project, and this remark;
it to compete successfully with the
Rhine, which can carry vessels of only
Of course, the chief argument for
building a connection from the Rhine
to the Belgium canal at Liege Is that
It would give much cheaper transpor
tation for German iron and steel to
the seaboard. Antwerp is the chief
exporting point for German steel, but
the long railway haul Is a great hand!
cap to the export business.
The famous birds of paradise are
henceforth to have a struggle for ex
Istence against the women of the
world the protection of the German
government. "The number of these
birds In German New Guinea having
been greatly reduced by the plume
hunters, the colonial authorities have
Just decided to quadruple the export
duty on their skins from that colony
It is hoped that this will ensiderably
reduce the demand for the feathers of
the bird, and make it possible to pre
vent the species from becoming ex
today, reappointed Judge George Gray,
of the United States circuit court of
Delaware, a commissioner to The
Hague, and appointed John Basset
Moore another commissioner to fill an
existing vacancy. Mr. Moore had been
advanced as a candidate for assistant
secretary of state.
Auto and Motor cycle
Tanks exchanged at
H.W. Gibbs Hdw.Co.
44 South Palafox.
Now Offered to
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BT ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Washington, March . William F.
McCombs, the democratic national
chairman, will probably be named am
bassador to France from the United
States, succeeding Myron T. Herrick.
This became known late today and
the only thing that may keep Mr. Mc
Combs from accepting is his ill health.
Already he has planned to go abroad
for his health, ' but it is not known
whether he finally will decide to take
up official duties while there.
Louis D .Brandeis. of Boston, who
was mentioned in connection with
Wilson's cabinet, Is said to be the
probable solicitor genera of the new
PRESIDENT TAFT MAKES
HIS LAST APPOINTMENT
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DeFuniak Springs. Fla.
Attractions For the Week Ending Tflarch 8th:
WALO'S CONCERT ORCHESTRA, of St. Louis.
BYRON W.- KING. Icturer.
ADDIE MeLEMERE, Story-Telling.
NELL ATKINSON. Reader.
IDA V. KINLEV MUSICAL COMPANY.
ORPHEUM MALE QUARTETTE.
Ask L. & N. Agents for Excursion Rates.
Oldest Largest Strongest Banking Institution
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Pensacola, Florida. '
Designated Depository of th united State.
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Washington. 'March 4. President
Taft, just before he went out of office
as we have hindsight, we'd
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