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TFTE PF.No COLA TQTmNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH'S "
mm 9 Gh ronic and lseases df Men and Women readily iccumb to thorough and ex haustive methods of treatment -when they are carefully and consistently fol lowed. Mistakes are at a minimum because the Doctor in chargre of the German-American Institute has treated successfully many cases exactly like . your own and in all probability tie can do even better in your case after a similar observation with the last. . It is an error not to seek the advice ; of a Specialist who gives exclusive at tention to such cases and will un doubtedly make a -well person out of his "patient while others are still ex ' perimenting with causes and effects. Chronio Diseases Catarrh, Throat troubles; Weak Lungs, Rheumatism, Nervous. Diseases, Stomach and In .. testinal troubles. Kidney, Liver, Blad der and Urinary Diseases, Skin Dis eases, Rupture, Piles, Fistula, and all Rectal, troubles without knife.' Diseases ef Women Irregularities, Painful Periods, and all diseases pe , culiar to the sex treated without resort to surgery.. -,. Diseases of Men Varicocele, Ner- . vous Debility,'? RIood Poison, Stricture I 1 and all Special Diseases. ,' . mXM - AMERICAN INSTITUTE , f, Thiesen Building, Pensacola. TliWOUMEIl HAVE TROUBLE R. C. DREW, . PROMINENT YOUNG - MAN Of QUINTETTE, IS CHARG ED WITH ASSAULTING W. F. STANCILL GAVE BOND AFTER REACHING CITY. ' " Charged withan assault upon W. F. Stancill at Quintette yesterdays morn- ing, R. . C. Drew, a prominent young man was arrested yesterday afternoon ' an'dbf ought" to" Pensacola by - Sheriff Kllis and JDeputy Bewley. A telephone message ... was received -yesterday morning to the, effect that .the assault had taken place and the sheriff and his deputy left immediately " "Bp the scene of the trouble. On ar r ng at Quintette yoang Drew was placed under arrest and brought to Pensacola, -- - - The trouble is said to . have started ' over a .-.trivial., matter. Stancill, who , Is . bookkeeper for Barrlneau & Co.i , at that place is said to have made cer tain remarks to Drew that angered him and jthe young man Is alleged to have, drawn a revolver and struck Stancill over the head with it. Al though painful, the wounds are not considered dangerous, by Dr. Watson, of Mollno. who was called to attend the wounded man. r i'On reaching Pensacola a bond of $200 was assessed by Judge Johnson for, Drew's appearance ,vat the next term o.t, the criminal court, 'the bond being- promptly furnished by Mr. Bar- , rineau. ' '. ' ' " " HOUR SALE v ; 2:30 to 3 :30, 21 pounds granulated sugar for $1.00. Southern Sales & Bankrupt Co., 216 E. Wright St. PICKINGS FROM POLICE STATION ." . "Twelve defendants were found fuilty yesterday ) morning wihen they were arraigned before Recorder Welsh. . The docket was as usual made up of drunk and disorderlies, flgtbing, and vagrants. Several cases were con tinued until this morning. Inez Garcia . and Mabel Kartzell, who were charged , with contempt of court, having failed 'tr appear in response to a subpoena, were discharged after having been ad monished by the court to In the future respond to a summons to appear.. The fines assessed against the de fendants who were found guilty amounted to 2 4. There .are three postponed cases that are to be called for trial this mornmg- - Judys Welsh said that the cases that - had- been postponed would be tried to- day unless there was good legal ex 'rus for a further postponement. Read The Journal's Want Ads and Profit thereby. . ..American chances for preeminence "hu the Olympic games to be held in lflS at Berlin have been boosted by t '.le German Olympic committee, which iuui decided to eliminate from the pro gram the later national committee ap proving the shot put, discus and Jave lin throw with both hands, and to return.- to- the-old method by. which the competitor was allowed to use his best hand. -American competitors, unlike the Finns and Scandinavians, do not use the ambidextrous rule at home. The German authorities believe that one-arm development is nat ural. The standing jump will be eliminated, too. Special HARBOR AND MARINE NEWS PASSED SAND KEY. March 18. 6 p. m., schooner Maud B. Drutm, bound west. March 19 7 a. m., steamer Robert C. Clowry, bound west; 11 a. m., steam er William P. Palmer, bound east; 11 a. m, steamer Chatham, bound west; 2 p. m., steamer Elalba, bound west; 3 p. m. steamer Elbe-bound west. . . Arrived. George F. Scann-ell, Am soft, Thorn dike, 475, Havana to master. VESSELS IN PORT. Steamships. Span, Arrotegul, Liverpool ivina. via Cuban ports and Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. s Irene, Swed,' 1091, Borgesson, Las Palmas to Pensacola Lumber Co. Pallas, Ger. 1331, Mickelsen, Gibral tar via St. Thomas to M. A. Qulna Export Co. Therapia, Br, $017, Vlckers, Las Pal mas to order. . Barks. c. Aim, Nor, 693, Tallahsen Rio Ja- nerio to order. Paloina, Ital, 119S. Gandolfo, Genoa to order. Erminia. Ital. 1408, Marches. Jack sonvil!e to Rosasco Bros. Maria. Ital. 900, Lubiano, Rio de Janeiro to order. San Pedro. Urg. 1061, GInnenes, Ha vana to order. Barkentine. Louisa, Ital, , Runoi. Montevideo. to order. Schooner. George F. Scannell, Am, Thorndike, 475, to master. Annie. Am Wall 512, to J. A. M er ring Oo. Annie M. Parker, Br, 398. Rafuse, Kingston to John A. Merritt & Co. Annie,. Am, 512, Wall. Daqulri, Cuba to order. . - Benefit, Br. 220. Christopher, San tiago to A. Zeliua. , ' - Laura L. Sprague, 50S. JIaxcial, Mo bile to order. . -Are You Constipated? If so. get a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills, take thetfl regularly and your trouble will mlckty disappear. They wilt stimulate the liver, improve your digestion and get rid, of all the poisons from your system. They will surely get you well again. - 25c at W. A. D'Alemberte, druggists and apothe cary, 121 S. Palafox St. - (Adv.) ' Naval Stores Market. Savannah, March 19. The spirits of turpentine market opened and closed firm today at 35 8-4 cents, with sales on the close of 273 casks. Receipts were 198 casks, shipments 70 casks and stocks of 19.833 casks. ' The rosin market opened and closed firm. Sales were 937 "Dan-els, receipts 750 barrels, shipments 645 barrels and stocks Of 108.281 barrels. Quotations were as follows: Grades. Open. Close. W. W 7.40 7.40 W. G. 7.00 7.00 N". ..6.756.90 6.75 M. . 6.60 6.B0 K. 6.25 6.25 tr 5.2 (X- B.20 H , .5.15 5.13 G. 5.10 5.10 F. ..5.00 5.00 E. 4.90 . 4.90 t 4.90 ' 4.90 B 4.90 4.90 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. ---Furnished by the local office, weath er bureau, U. S. department of agri culture under the direction of Willis Ij. Moore, chief of bureau. Washing ton, D. C. Pensacola' Temperature Data. Highest on record for March. 87 de- Lowest on record for March, 25 de grees. . . .. . Average of the highest dally tem peratures for March, ,68 degrees) Average of the lowest daily temper atures for March, 64 degrees. Highest temperature , yesterday, 66 degrees. Ixrweat temperature yesterday morn ing, 58 degrees. 1 Pensacola' Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for the month of March, 5.S inches. , Total rainfall this March to 7 p. m , 1C.44 inches. . Total deficiency this year to Feb ruary 28th. .61 inches. Excess thin month, 7.1S Inches. Temp. STATIONS. Abitlene ........ 70 78 .. Clear Atlanta . 56 58 .01 Cloudy Boston 50 63 .. Clear Buffalo 68 60 '.. Clear Birmingham ... 56 .. -01 Rain Chicago 60 64 .. PLcldy. Denver ......... 34 60 .. Cloudy Galveston 62 68 .58 Cloudy Green Bay .... 52 58 .. Cloudy Hatteras 64 66 .74 Rain Huron ..14 16 .06 Clear Jacksonville ... 64 70 .32 Clear Kiansas City " . . 60 58 .02 Rain Knox v Hie 64 66 .. Cloudy Ijoulsvllle 64 70 .. Ptcldy. Memphis ...... 64 6S .. Cloudy Montgomery ... 58 62 . . Cloudy Moorhead ..... 8 14 .08 Cloudy New Orleans .. 60 66 .. - Rain New Tork . .... 50 5S . . Clear North Platte .. 18 26 .02 Clear Oklahoma 54 72 .. Clear Palestine 64 72 . . Pt.cldy. Pensacola ..... 64 66 .01 Rain Phoenix 68 70 . . Pt.cldy. Pittsburg 60 68 .. Clear Portland, Ore... 34 42 .14 Snow St. IjouIs , 60 66 .. Cloudy St. Paul .26 52 .01 Cloudy Salt Lake City. 42 42 CUmdy San Prancisoo . 52 , 54 .01 Clear Sliertdaa 6 10 -02 6wwr Seattle ........ 20 32 .1 Clear Shrevport .... 68 .72 .. "Ptcldy. Tampa 0 76 .28 Clear Toledo ........ 58 64 .. Clear Washington . ; . . 58 66 . . Cloudy Williston . 2 2 .24 Pt.tldy. Use "The Journal's Want Ad. Way." PORTING . I NAPS HAD GOOD PRACTICE HERE SPENT THEIR .ALLOTTED TIME AND MANAGER BIRMINGHAM SAID THAT HIS TEAM WAS IN GOOD CONDITION TO OPEN SEA SON STATEMENT TO CON TRARYIS ABSURD. "The story sent out from Pensacola to a Georgia paper and published Mon day is absolutely farcical'" said Man ager "Topsy- Hartsel, ot the Toledo ball club at the San Carlos hotel last night. "Why, the regulars are in good condition and Lajoie and Jackson have never appeared to be in better shape at this itime In the season. "I know that such a. statement is not true for the reason that I have been closely associated with Joe Birming ham for several seasons, and I know that he did not gve out any such story as was published in the Georgia paper. As a matter of fact, the Cleveland team selected Pensacola as their train ing camp at the solicitation of Bir mingham. He has contended since he was made manager of the Cleve-lands that Pensacolaoffered superior ad van tages .to any other eity of which toe was acquainted. "The result speaks for itself, the two teams, the Clevelands and the Toledos, are and have been in training here. Mr. Somers, owner of the teams, knew before he sent us here what the condi tions were- He certainly did not ex pect for Pensacola to control the weather. While it has rained several days, the conditions, taken altogether, have been satisfactory. We had a fine day today, and it means much to us, as we had a good practice game. "No," said Manager Hartsel, "the Clevelands stayed in Pensacola as long as they were scheduled to stay. They have profiled by their stay, and you can take it -from me that they have no ocxmpTulnt to make." The Toledos will remain in Pensa cola until the 1st of April, when they will leave for Mohile and other points on their way & the northwest, where they win open the season in Milwaukee on April 10th. HOUR SALE 10 to 10:30, 12-pound sack of flour for 39 cents. South ern Sales & Bankrupt Co., 216 E. Wright St. WRONG 11 IS HELD FOR ELLIS a L. GREEN, ARRESTED IN DOTH AN, ALA, IS NOT THE PARTY WANTED BY THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE HERE INITIALS WERE NOT THE SAME. On his arrival at Dothan, Tuesday morning it did not take Sheriff Cary Ellis but a moment to decide that B. L. Green, who was under arrest there, was not the man he was seeking. When he arrived at Dothan. Tues day, the sheriff Immediately went to the county Jail to take charge of his prisoner to bring him back to Pensa cola. A cursory glance at the man be hind the bars, however, convinced the sheriff that Green waa not the Green that was wanted. Several weeks ago B. . Green ts al leged to have held up and robbed a white man on Zarragossa street. He was subsequently taken into custody by the police and furnished a bond for his appearance In the criminal court. When his trial came up, however. Green failed to appear. The sheriffs office proceeded to get busy and wired throughout the coun try a . description of the man. Tuesday Sheriff Ellis received a wire from Dothan to the effect that Green had been captured there and was In jail. When Sheriff Ellis saw the man he told the Henry county sheriff that he was not the man he was looking for. The sheriff returned yesterday from Dothan, but his handcuffs were not locked around the wrists of B. JU Green. STATE AND COUNTY TAX NOTICE. Taxes due State and Coun ty for 1912 . become delin quent April 1st. Tax Collec tor is authorized to sell prop erty for taxes after that date. Make payments promptly and save costs. Statement of taxes will be sent on request. J.S.ROBERTS, Tax Collector. A man with a fLsfhing pole sat on the river bank near the Atchison wa terworks intake. "How many have you caught?" someone asked him. "When I get another 111 have one," he replied. Kansas City Star. CRACK BATTERY MEK EXPECTED TO DO MIXCHTff KEEPING PIRATES IN A COMMANDING POSITION NIN THE NATIONAI LEAGUE RACE 11 1 " I I fill f'' :lf? 74 ' I n 1 ' ' " .i JSSSBSBSSBSBBSSJBSSBSSBBSSSSSSJSSBBBSSBSSSSSSSSIBSBSSaMl Hot Springs, Ark., March 16. It is upon the battery men working out here that Manager Fred Clarke and most of the critics expect the Pitts burg Pirates to be kept high in the National league race and crowd the Giants for the pennant, v if not actually ccpplrtg the gonfalon, a feat which does not seem, at all beyond reasonable hope. No pitching staff in the National league can match up with O'Toole, Carnal ts, Adams, Hendrix, and Rob inson, when they are going their best, while Gibson. Kelly, and Miller, catchers, would be hard to boat any where. Infleld and outfield, of which the members have not yet assembled. are equally supplied with stars- If Western states can't seem to get to gether In their opinions on boxing. Here, juBt the other day, Montana passed a bill legalizing twelve-round boxing contests; while Colorado, next door in the sisterhood of states, on the same day killed a-bill to permit box ing contests under the supervision of a state commission. Opinions of pu gilism apparently are as varied as ever. Now Manager McGraw is trying Jim Thorpe, world's greatest athlete, in the outfield. Jim has played first base with Indifferent success, has been nursed along as a possible pitcher by Coach Wilbert Robinson, snd now finds himself where he can do the leaJt THE JOURNAL'S U. Pensacola. March 19. Rain In north and central portion: gen. rally fair In south portion Thursday and Friday; colder tn north portion Friday; Jf) OPORT O Shotkl By dan Mccarty. I mmmm mmm i n ill injf EXPLANATORY NOTES,. Obaerrtttoas taken at S n, m.." 75ta meridian time. Air pressor reduced to sea level. Isobars (coatmaoas lines) ps tbroutfi boinu Of equal air pressure. Isotherms (dotted Unes) pus through poiats of equal temperature; drawn only for zero, freezing. 90, and 10U. O clear: O partly cloudy; O cloudy: rain; () snow; g) report missiac." Arrows fly with the wind. First figures, highest temperature past 12 hoars; second, precipitation of JOI inch or more for past 34 kours; third, maximum wind Telocity. . OF INTEREST Marty O'Toole (left) and "Haek" Gibson. Clarke can get them playing consist ent ball, the championship in the com ing pennant race should, in the end, reside not far from the Smoky City. Marty O'Toole, the sensation of the American Association two years ago, is expected to be one of the most bril liant members of the pitching staff. He feels that he can make up for his failure of last year. Here is what he himself has to say about it: "I know- the fans of Pittsburg are a little sore at me because I was un able to hold up my end last year. I have no excuse to offer. I only would ask them to withhold their judgement of me this year until I get through with this southern training trip. My arm was bad from the severe cold con- possible harm, in right field. Tfcey say he has had some trouble In sizing up his new position. But how that red skin can bat! The unpleasant experience of the United States league which last year tried to compete in a small way with the American and National leagues, apparently 13 no deterrent to ambitious baseball promoters. The Federal league has risen out of the ashes of the de funct TJ. S. circuit, and the promoters profess to believe that they can make it gor- The big leagues apparently are not doing any worrying about curtail ment of their profits. Taking most in dications, it would appear that the country has about as much baseball as COMMERCIAL S, Department of Agriculture:. WEATHER BUREAU. WILLIS L. MOORE. CbteC tracted just before I left St. Paul. I am going to do everything in my power this year. I am all right now-" "Hack" Gibson is quite excited over a story that he may be sent to the minors, and is. determined to show up as the best back stop in the National league, a distinction which he deserved not so very Ions ago, He expressed himself m an inter view full of expressive motions: "Well, I have not been in the big show as long as Homus Wagner, and I don't intend to be showed along fcy any youngster before Honus is, either. Me go back to the minors? Huh! Not while this old arm can shoot them down to second and these tyngers wig gle signs to the pitcher." N It can stand. Even where there has not been any counter attraction, minor league teams had hard enough finan clal sledding last year. Paclcey McFarland is thinking of graduating to the welterweight ranks before his next fight. He had a fright ful time getting down to 137 pounds for -his fight with Jack Britton in New York a short time ago- He had two days of boiling out in a Turkish batih; two days of drying out, AurJag nhMi he could drink no water, ,nd a day of farting which left him the hungriest man in New York state by the time of the fight. No wonder that he nearly WEATHER MAP - rrA ate Britton ujk. Tackey won't try that again tn a hurry. ... Now that it has become evident that Packer McFarland is g-oingr to have an awful time setting1 within lightweight limits for fight, all the lightweight boxers are quite willing to take hini. on. Willie Ritchie has just announced that he will give Pa.ckey a fight, pro vided, of course, that Packey makejs 133 pounds six hours before the flM. almost an impossibility. In order tho better to think thia over, Packey haa set oat for Bermuda, where he will nrnd some time in company with tho New Tork Yankees, training tHere lie la a great friend of Manager Frank Chance. s Cleveland ha a thre-hamdred-thousand-dollar ball club. This is the val uation totalled in travel insurance taken out by Secretary Blackwood. They'll have to go some, though, be fore they eome up relative to the vaJuo of J100.000 set upon Manager McGraw ot the- Xew Tork Giants in insurance taken out by the owners ot the club, 't ... The success of Xew Tork's-boxing commission in. straightening out the fistic situation in that state has brought about imitation from many other common wealth si Utah has just passed a law similar to the Empire state rule while minois and "Wisconsin aeem near similar action. In all twen ty states Oi&vo boxing bills before the legislature or are contemplating having them drawn rp. All are modelled af ter Xew Tork's code. Ed "Walsh, premier pitcher of the; Chicago "White Sox, is said to be in his old-time masterly form. In a recent game with the San Francisco Coast league team he uncorked a few kinks in the way of curves and spitters that made the natives marvel. He probably can stick around the big show for a season or so yet. Speaking of Chicago. Ed Reulbach, of the Cubs also is in fine fettle. The Eversites went over to Fortf Oale, near Tampa, Fla, a few days ago and play ed the soldier boys an alleged game. Reulbach pitched five innings and give his signals himself, In a fashion vlsi-' ble to all. Even spotted that much. the soldiers found him a puzzle, and their total of safeties came to two, gar- them being a scratch hit on a bad bound. , a a The argument which has arisen over the loaded ball question in the tourna ment of the American bowling con gress at Toledo has had the result that the Ohio Bowling Association has an nounced that in its 1914 tournament, to be held In Toledo, loaded bails will be permitted. Cleveland bowlers have been especially warm in their adher ance to loaded balls. Kid "Williams, called the "Hercules In a capsule." is now coming into the limelight as possible vanquisher of Johnny Coulon and capturer of the bantamweight title. His victory over Eddie Cam pi is considered to mako fhhn the only logical opponent of Cou lon, and the form he showed in this . scrap makes many think he can trim the champion. Tom McCarey has of fered to stage a fight between the two In his arena at Vernon, Cal , but Cou lon still is dodging, under the plaint of stomach trouble. He'd "better take his beating like a man, if he has it coming to him; and, if he can beat "Williams, lie ought to quiet that young ster effectively and for alL It won't be long now before Ihe .gladsome swat . of . the festive bat against the hilarious ball will be heard throughout the lengtHi and breadth of our great and glorious land. The Pa cific Coast league will pry the lid loose on April 1. Five other leagues will blow it sky-high on April 10. They are American, National, Ameri can association, Texas, and Southern. After that they come trailing along in f rapid succession, until May 8, when the Ohio State league gets under way. ... Manager Frank Chance, of the Xew Tork Tankees, training down at Ber muda, is commencing to pat himself on the back over the possession of what looks like a pair of remarkably Sever young left-handed pitchers. Al Shulz In the Southern, and Chester Hoff in the Xew England leagues last year were rated the best southpaws In their circuits and ranked close to lead ing all hurlers. Both are big and hav good control and speed. Hoff, in a trial with the Tankees two years ago, celebrated by fanning, on three pitched halls the first man opposed to him Ty Cobb. . Jake Stahl 13 tfhe- reminiscent ba'l player. lie's going to stop off with the champion Boston Red Sox, for two games early in April with his old Illi nois University team at Lrbana, 111. He i especially anxious to point out the old trace In center field Into which he knocked a borne run with three Michigan men on bases In. 1901. ... Another hold-out has come into the fold. Rube Marquard, demon south paw who won nineteen straight games for the Xew Tork Giants last season. Is said to have thought better of his oft-reiterated determination to stay on the stage rather than accept the terms Manager McGraw offered him. He is expected to report March 2d. He got a lot of perfectly good press agent stuff out of It, at any rate. ... A greater runner even" than Ted Meredith, the Mercersburg academy boy who was the hero of the 1912 Olympic games. Is thought to exist in the person of another Mercersburg boy. Arthur Robinson, who. did not lose a race last year, running the hundred -yard dish In ten seconds consistently, the 220-yard dash in 221-5 seconds. and the quarter-mile in fifty seconds. Veteran trainers say that he is faster. than the sensational Meredith at any distance from 50 to 440 yards and that he is the one sprinter in the country who seems to have & chance to brtak the old record set-by Duffy and Kelley of 100 yards In 9 2-5 seconds. A Word of Caution. Conviction Born of Experience. One should be exceptionally careful Just now about taking cold, and when a cold is contracted get rid of it a quickly as possible. To accomplish thi you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy excellent. It Is not only prompt and effectual but is pleasant and safe to take, and has a reputation of forty years back of U Fur ale by all dealers. (Adv.. '