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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 1913.
Legal Holiday Today ioori Friday This Bank Will Be Closed All Day American National Bank fRI...- "F-1" m 23' OUR SPECIALTY Wa Buy and 8etl All Sections. Metzer Brothers, MOBILE. ALA. $5.00 REWARD. Ths Journal will pay $5.00 reward for evidence sufficient to convict any boy or BOraon found ateallno auhacrlbsra' unm after doll very of umi by carrier. J. Elwood da la. Ru ' and Jaa. T. Gerelds returned yesterday morning from Southport, where they bad been on business for the past fifteen days. A meeting; of the board of public works will be held at the city hall at noon today for the purpose of open ing; bids and awarding the contract for the construction or rebuilding of city wharves. , ...."' , Mtes Gertrude McDonald Is spend ing a few days with her grandmother. Mm Kelson Duncan, at "Duncan's Place." ; . Raymcmd BelL formerly of Pensa cola. but now residing in Galveston, reached the city last night, being summoned here by the death, of his mother, Mrs. Sara A. Bell, whose fun eral occurs today. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Durham and Mrs. If. C Maley, of ChlcaJgo, were among tne -visitors to arrive m Tne city yes terday and register at the an Carlos. . Hon- P. Tomasello, of Panama City, Is In the city on a short business visit, visit. . Trains Run Through Water Bringing Mail And Passengers Here Contlnued From Page One.) Burned this morning and all trains will leave the city on their schedules. There will be some .delay, however, due to the fires of engines being "extinguished; in passing through the water, and neces sitating stops to rekindle them, but these delays will be of less than an hour's duration. The water during yesterday and last night reached the cabs of the engines and the top steps of coaches and peo ple In the Inundated sections went out in row boats to witness the strange sight of engines steaming through four feet of water. Last Luxury. Ten-year-old Arthur Ijad been tell ing impressively of the number of ser vants employed in his home. He con tinued: "And our house is fixed so that if you want a drink or a window raised or to go up stairs or anything all you nave to go is to pun a enam. "But what do you want with so many nervants in that sort of a house? asked one of his hearers. "Oh." replied Arthur, "we have the servants to pull the chains." Judge. First Bather Did you take your doc tor's opinion before having a Turkish bath? Second Bather My dear feriow Take the opinion of a man who told me, to my face that tobacco was in jurious? Punch. The Plus Sign to Progress Is frequently a change from an indigestible breakfast to a sim ple dish of Grape -Nuts and cream. Add a soft boiled egg and a cup of Postum, If you please, and you will be well nourished for a hard morning's work. Grape-Nuts food is particu larly rich in brain-making, ntuscJe-building nutrition the true meat of the wheat and bar ley grains. Trial proves- There's a Reason Grocers everywhere sell Grape-Nuts. I TERSELY TOLD. AlADVISd COUiCIL OF THE CO. CROP ASSN. PRESIDENT ZEEK APPOINTS CITI ZENS IN EVERY PRECINCT OF THE COUNTY TO ASSIST IN THE WORK. President C P. Zeek, of the Escam bia County Crop Improvement Asso ciation, yesterday named an advisory committee of the association, selecting one member for each precinct of the county. They are as follows: Precinct 1 'Not named, Warrington. Precinct 2 Ira C. HowelL Kupfrians. Precinct 8 Henry Helton, MAM view. Precdnot 4 'P. B. Mariner, OXd Rob erts.; Precinct 5 Qttilla C. "Webb, KHon dyke. Precinct 6 E. R. Bowman or P. E. Maxey, Gonzalez. Precinct 7 Walter H. Johnston, Pine Barren. Precinct 8 W. T. Floyd, MoKtnnwn ville. ' Precdnot 9 J. S. GRmore, Bluff Springs. Precinct 10 J. A. Tucker, RuHys Old Field. Precinct 11 M. D. Merritt, Walnut HtlL Precdnot 12 'Not named. . Precinct 13 Not named. Precinct 14 Not named. Precinct 1 5 Not named. Precdnot 16 James Stewart, Plne ville. Precinct 17 A. H. dopton, Brents. Precinct 18 J. E. Bowman, McDa vld. " Prectnot 19 Oliver White, Moll no. . Precinct 20 O. W. MoCurdy, lUona ton. ... . . ' .. -.-:.. -.'I Prednict 21 A. F. Brill, Muscogee. Precinct 22 J. S. Andrew, Cen tury. ' Precinct 23 IE. S. Gilmore, Century. Precinct 25 J. G. Davis, Olive. Precinct 27 F. J. Bell, Pensacola. Frecinict 28 A. C. Ellis, Pensacola. Precinct 29 O. E- McReynolds, Pen sacola. Precinct 30 F, B. Brawner, Pensa ccla. Precinct SI iIL M. Yonge, Pensa cola. Precinct 32 T. P. MoCloskey, Pen sacola. Precinct 33- W. G. Hall, Bratts. Precinct 34 J. W. Andrews, Pen s;wxla. ATTENTION, W. O. W. Regular meeting of Hickory Camp No. 21, Woodmen of the World will be held this evening at 8 o'clock. Re port of delegates to head Camp Con vention. Full attendance is requested. C D- CROOK, C C. GROES held CONNECTION WITH THEFTS FIVE ARE ARRESTED BY CHIEF SANDERS AND LARGE QUAN TITIES OF GROCERIES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN STOLEN, RE COVERED. As the result of Investigations con ducted by Chief Sanders, five negroes are held In the city jail m connection with alleged robberies of the "West Florida. Grocery Co. and Jennings Na val Stores Co. warehouses of groceries, feedatuffs, ate Frank Faulk and Nathan Smith, drivers for the West Florida Grocery Co. Allen GUlla and Wilson Toxey, drivers for the Jennings Naval Stores Co. and Mose Williams, the keeper of a store at the corner of Tenth avenue and Salamanca streets, are under arrest- It is alleged that Williams re ceived and disposed of the goods. Two barrels of sugar, a barrel of rice and a quantity of other goods, alleged to have been stolen, were recovered- Tve Just returned from abroad, you know. How is you poor father?" "We lost him." "Dear, dear." "Yes; the nurse married am." Cleveland Plain Dealer. - "Thats a bad -looking thumb you have, waiter," said the diner. "Does it hurt youT" No, sir," replied the waiter. "It is parboiled. It gets that way from serving soup. Cincinnati Enquirer. , MRS.BELLTOBE LAID TO REST INSTJICHAELS FUNERAL OF BELOVED WOMAN WILL TAKE PLACE THIS AFTER NOON FROM THE RESIDENCE, CORNER OF BARCELONA AND DESOTO STREETS. The funeral of Mrs. Sara A. Bell, who died suddenly at her home, on North Barcelona street. Wednesday afternoon will be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon from the residence of her sister, Mrs. J. S. Leonard. Rev. John H. Brown, of Christ's Episcopal church officiating All that is mortal of this estimable woman, will be laid to rest In St. Mi chael's cemetery. The pallbearers will be her six grandsons: James Gonzalez. j Gam Golay, Michael Shuttleworth, Langloy Bell, Guy Palmes and Ander son .Leonard. The death of Mrs. Bell occasioned the most profound sorrow among a wide circle of friends and relatives. She had been a resident of Pensacola for many years and during that time she had endeared herself to all with whom she came In contact, and there are many saddened hearts . In Pensa cola today on account of the demise of this lovable woman. DIRECTORS OF ASSOCIATIO HOLD MEETING CONSIDER MANY MATTERS, RE CEIVE COMMUNICATIONS AND ACT ON SEVERAL THINGS OF INTEREST TO PENSACOLA. The regular meetlmg of the board of directors of the Commercial Associa tion head at 3:30 p. m, with Messrs- Warren, Wells, Carroll and Jeudevine present. A committee composed of J. V. Price as chairman and J. E. Davis Yonge, A. M. Still man, Kirke Monroe and J. T. Wright was appointed to . visit new people who. locate In the city, solicit their membership and extend them a general welcome. . A resolution was adopted requesting our representatives in the state legis lature to support a bill to ptrovide the expenses of the two Florida state rep resentatives for the trip to Europe in the interest of rural credits. The secretary together with Harbor master J. Ed. Abercrombie and Mr. J. D. Carroll, chairman of the Com merce Committee, were .requested to prepare a law to be submitted to the directors, prohibiting the sinking of logs in the harbor and the removal of those now in the harbor. The following resolution was adopt ed: "WHEREAS, Traffic has increased so rapidly and railway facilities eo slowly since 1907 that a email further enlarge ment of tonnage wound produce a net car shortage and seriously handicap shippers; and "WHEREAS, The Hadley Railroad Securities Commission, authorized by congress, and composed of Impartial experts of the highest standing, de clares that "The necessary develop ment of railroad facilities is now en dangered by the reluctance of invest ors to purchase new issues of railroad securities In the amounts required" and the amounts issued wince 1907 have been totally inadequate to supply the facilities needed; Therefore, be It "RESOLVED, That this body urges upon the Interstate Commerce Com mission and all state railway commis sions the importance, in the interest of shippers, of affecting any necessary readjustment of freight rates without curtailing the total revenue of the railways, upon which their borrowing credit depends, ound bearing in mind, as stated by the Railroad Securities Commission that "A reasonable return la one which under honest accounting and responsible management. will at tract the amount of investors money needed for the development of our railroad facilities. "RESOLVED, That copies of this resolution be sent to the senators and representatives in congress from this state, to members of all state railway commissions and to members of the Interstate Commerce Commission, with the request that they give it careful consideration." Oommuncatlon of United States Hy drographlc office In Norfolk, offering to furnish to the commercial associa tion the movement of all vessels ply ing this coast, which are equipped with wireless telegraphy, was read and the proposition accepted. CUSTOMS DISTRICT. A resolution was adopted advocating & separate custom district for West Florida m the event the present cus toms districts are changed. The' secretary was authorized to render any assistance he could to the state supervisor of rural schools in se curing an exhibit for Escambia county at the conference for education to be held In Richmond, Va' on April 15 to IS. The position taken by Mr. N. J. Lil lard, manager of the Interstate fair, as to Pensacola-made goods, was en dorsed and Mr. Lillard commended for his stand in the matter. At a recent meeting of the com mercial association a resolution was adopted favoring the holding: of an We Wa n t to sell you, your folks and your friends your EasterShoes Meyer Shoe Co, Where the Good Shoes Come From nual celebrations to be known, as His torical Pageants, because of the points of historical interest in Pensacola and vicinity, because of the fact that simi lar pageants are held elsewhere very successfully, making an advertising medium and being the means of draw tog people, to the city- In the adoption of this resolution no reference, what ever, was , intended in favor of, or against; Mardl Gras. It was thought wise to hold the same a. few days prior to Shrove Sunday so as to el Sow the routine of people who visited Mardl Gran elsewhere via Pensacola. NVITE SECT OF 0. S. NAVY TO PENSACOLA COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION YES TERDAY SENT INVITATION THROUGH SENATOR N.P.BRYAN TO MR. DANIELS. The commercial association sent an invitation to Secretary of the Navy Daniels to pay a visit in the near f u - tare, to Pensacola 7 and -Inspect the Pensacola navy yard, thus familiariz ing himself with the place and condi tions. The invitation was extended through Senator N. P. Bryan, and the secretary urged to visit Pensacola. Mr Daniels is to visit Charleston at an early date after the inspection of the Atlantic fleet, and the commercial association hopes he will extend his trip on to Pensacola. MILITANT SUFFRAGETTE IS PLACED ON TRIAL liondon, March, 20. Miss Olive Hocken, the militant suffragette who 1 Is charged with firing the pavilion of i the Roe Hampton golf course, was put on trial today. Miss Hooken appeared to glory in the notoriety she has achieved. A lare assortment of suffragette "weapons" was Introduced as exhibits against Miss Hocken- Some of these : were found in the militant suffragette "arsenal" in London. Ox hers were from a grip sack alleged to have been dropped by Miss Hocken in her flight from' the solf links. The list of ex hibits Included telegraph wire cutting apparatus, bottles of acids and corro sive fluid, hammers, flints, tools for forcing windows false Identification plates for automobfies, ropes, cotton, wool, fire lighters, candles, parafllne, a suit of workman's overalls and a set of pole climbers. Among Miss Hock en' a correspond ence the government found a letter from Mrs. Pankhurst, "openly inciting her followers to acta of lawlessness and outrage." "What is an angel, mother asked a 6-year-old. "Why, dear. It Is a beautiful lady with wings who files. But why do you ask?" "Because I heard father call my governess an angel." replied the little boy. "Oh," said the mother. "Well, dear, you watch her and you will see her fly tomorrow-" Exchange. "What is your notion of an Ideal prima donna?" After some consider ation the lmpressario answered: "A high C and a low salary." Washing ton Star. Easy Way to Put Stomach", Liver and Bowels in Tip Top Shape Doctors Now Prescribing Famous HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS For Constipation, Headache, Sallow Skin and Indigestion Calo mel a Thing of the Past They surely satisfy; nothing could be better. That's just what you'll say the morning after you take your first HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTON. Don't waste time with harsh, violent cathartics that keep you feeling mis erable "till the effect wears off. HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS are the product of the greatest medical minds in Hot Springs, Ark., the greatest sani tarium in the world. They never fan. Take one every night for a week and DR. DENNETT PASSES AWAY KENTUCKY WELL KNOWN OSTEOPATH, WHO RESIDED IN PENSACOLA FOR SEVERAL YEARS, DIED AT 4 O'CLOCK YESTERDAY AFTER NOON. Dr. C. E. Bennett, a resident of Pen sacola for a number of years, and one of the best known osteopaths In this section of the staite, died yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Owensboro, Ky., his former home, where he had been since undergoing treatment at the hands of specialists in the north. The deceased is survived by a wife and children. Dr. Bennett had many friends in Pensacola, where he resided for four or five years. He was forced to re tire from practice five or six months ago on account of falling health and left here to undergo treatment at the hands of specialists, but they failed to give him any benefit. The deceased was a M&eon and a member of other orders. The funeral win occur Saturday at Owensboro. OVER G. F. S A. AT AN EARLY DATE COMMERCE COMMITTEE OF COM MERCIAL ASSOCIATION GIVEN FULL AUTHORITY TO ARRANGE DETAILS. An excursion of business men over the Deep Water Route is planned by the commercial association for an early date, with the probability that Friday, April 11, will be the date selected. At a meeting of the board of direc tors of the association, held yesterday, the matter was discussed and the com mittee on commerce given full author ity to arrange all of the details and select the best date for trip over the new road. IN THE CABINET SET; KNOWN AT CAPITA! v W 7V1 Mrs. Wliiiam C. Redfield. Mrs. William C. Redfield, wife of the new secretary of commerce, is well known In WashJihgton through the service of her husband as a represen tative from New York. She comes of a famous New Jersey family, the IuHers. " 'One hundred ways to cook an egg," read, Mrs. Newly wed from a new cookbook. "Oh, dear! 1 can on!y cook an egg once!" Judge. "That marriage was one of propin quity." "Nothing of the kind. Tt was be cause they were always thrown to gether. Baltimore American. "Darling," he murmured, as soon as they had been seated in the high priced restaurant, "you can have any thing you want on the bill of fare. Shall I read it off to you T' "No." replied the dear girl, "just read it to the waiter." Exchange. you'll wonder how you come to feel so good. That tired feeing will go away; you'H sleep without dreaming; your appetite will be keen; your digestion wCl be perfect. Yes! And more; your skin will begin to clear up; your eyes win sparkle with health; youU have more ambition, more energy, more vim and vigor. Sounds strong, such talk. It is strong; but it won't sound strong' the day after you've taken your first HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTON; the writer knows. He has taken them. All druggists, 25 cents. Don't wait you'll never be really satisfied till you take one. Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Sowings. ArOc CArkO RUN EXCURSION ft If ' LivOTww :::.:: ::-:-:;-:;:-:':-::::? If HA i , i I Are You Looking for Your Wife? She is at Pensacola's "Style Store." Per haps she realizes more than you do that Easter is only two days away. Wouldn't wonder if your daughters are there, too. It's a mighty fine place to go for your Easter apparel. By the way, If YouVe a Man, Come Over, Too We have all the new things to wear for men and boys from head to foot. Yes, Straw Hats, too. Open Evenings till Easter. T TATS ON, PARKER U & PEARY ON WAY TO ' ROME TO GET MEDAL , RoDert E. Peary Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary has sailed for Rome, where he will be pre sented with a medal by the Royal Italian Geographical Society of Rome in honor of the discovery of the North Pole. Later, in oomipany with a party of friends, he will go to Egypt, re turning to this country In June- Use 'The Journal's Want Ad. Way." CONTINUE EFFORTS TO RECOVER THE BODIES Medicine Hat, Alberta, March 20. Workmen today continued their efforts to recover bodies believed to have been buried beneath wreckage of the Mal colm Canning Company's main build ing, when It was destroyed by fire and a gas explosion late yesterday. Only Ave bodies have been found, but there were persistent rumors that thirty employes were in the building when the walls fell. A small blaze started after a broken gas main filled the building with fumes. Property loss has been esti mated as high as $100,000. NEW SUITS FILED. The following new stilt was filed yes terday in the office of the clerk of the circuit court: T J. Vinson vs. Breda L. DeVanghn. et aL bill of complaint; Geo. P. Weal worth, attorney for plaintiff. New suits filed in Judge W. L. John son's court yesterday were as follows: E. Greenblatt. vs. L. & N. Railway Co.. Homae-M 1100 00. L. W. Nelson, at torney for plaintiff A ti. iiaKer, ve. u s n. Kauway ijo., damages. $100. L. W. Nelson, attorney for plaintiff. Fisher Real Estate Agency vs. A. Schwarz; damages. -$30. Adam M. Lewis vs. II. E. Eldridge. W. S. Abbott and J. B. Vaushn; damages. $99.00. P. Campbell, attorney for plaln- American Art wortcs, a corporation or the New Jersey, vs. Corlne Harvey, ad ministratrix of the estate of W. H. Har vey, deceased; damages. $50. ransacoia oiaie joeuut v. ruunM a w X - -' f V'- -r I II REESE CO. :Everythino to Wear CLARK TD GrVTETSUN FINE JOB IS RUMOR Bennett Clark. Speaker Champ Clark has about de cided to appoint his twenty-three -year-old son; Bennett, partimentarian for the lower house of congress. The Job carries a salary of $4,000, and is th most important in the gift of the speaker. Ascher Hinds was the parliamentar ian during the republican regime. He had a nation-wide reputation when h resigned the position and was elect el to the house from Maine. He was succeeded by Charles Crip, who waa elected to congress from a Georgia dis trict last fall. Athletic Club; Scott M. Loftln for plain tiff; damages. $90. Mallisa Henderson vs. Herman Hen derson; assault and battery. Ed Brown vs. V. S. Stamatl; larcenv of two cowi. This case will be called for bearing Monday. u' .. . . i 1 Jwf 5L. , I NOTICE Please phone or send youi order for Ice Cream befor 10 a. m. Saturday for Eastei Sunday. MAILLARD'S FINE CANDIES and a fine selection of Easte: Toys. SPECIAL ! Tutti-Fruti Served Sunday G.Neri 24 South Palafox. Pbooa tX .1 -u OTl I tt -x' 'Jill ll A " J. , l f f " h X - J I : . . , 1. J 4