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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1913.
You Con eel Secure Needn't worry when away from home or dur ing "the silent watches of the night" for fear of , fire or sneak thieves depriving you of valu able papers, etc Rent a SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX We have them from $2.00 per year up to $36.00 per year. No trouble to show them to you. - . fnericsn ; National - ! Barik-'-V; - f Pensacola. Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Serge, Silk and Lingerie Dresses, Waists and Milli nery. Men's Suits, Hats and Shoes. Easy terms to all. Galin's, 26 S. Palafox. OUR SPECIALTY We Buy and 811 All Section. Metzer Brothers, MOBILE. ALA. TERSELY TOLD. $5.00 REWARD. The Journal will pay $5.00 reward Tor evidence sufficient to convict any boy or person found stealing subscribers' papers tfter delivery of aameby carrier. A. M". Whether, of Milton, was anion? the arrivulg In the city yester day. He Is stopping at the San Carlos. Lf&& tXsLoode, of Gull Point.' W- neain m city yesteraay ana is a guest at the San Carlos. - ." - i ' Mrs. TV. P. Boatright, of New Or leans, Is visiting in the city. She ar rived yesterday and is a guest at the San Carlos. Gi S. Pearler, at Montgomery, is in the city today. He arrived yesterday and Is making his headquarters at the San Carlos. ma VT. TV. Powell, of Laurel Hill, was among the arrivals In Fensaoola yes terday. He is among the guests reg istered at the San Carlos. CODES TO MEET TOESDAY INTERSTATE FAIR DIRECTORS TO HOLD AN IMPORTANT MEETING IN THE ROOM OF THE PENSA COLA COMMERCIAL ASSOCIA TION MANY MATTERS OF IM PORTANCE TO BE TRANSACTED. At 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon an important meeting of the various com mittees of the Interstate Fair Associa tion will be held in the rooms of the Pensacola Commercial v Association rooms. ' . The meeting is called for the pur pose of taking under consideration several important matters pertaining to the holding of the fair next fall, and other. matters that are of vital im portance at the present time. Secretary. and General-Manager N. J. Llllard stated yesterday that the af fairs of the association were in excel lent condition and that the next fair would be on a larger scale than hs , heretofore been undertaken. "The committees," said Mr. LlllarJ, "are composed of public-spirited, wide awake, enthusiastic men, who are de termined to put forth their best efforts to make the next Interstate fair the biggest and best ever held In Florida." The members of the various commit tees are especially requested to be present tomorrow afternoon, at the commercial association rooms in the Brent building, promptly at 4 o'clock. Did You See Mrs. S. Today? ,You noticed how chic and becoming her hat was. I asked her where she bought it arid she told me at . , Miss Herriman's V01G SOU OF I S. REISER OPERATED OPOl OR. MATAS, NOTED SURGEON, OF NEW ORLEANS, CAME TO THE CITY AND PERFORMED THE OPERATION. Ainslee, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 6. Keyser. was operated upon yesterday afternoon at the Pen sacola eanitarlum for appendicitis, and reports last night were that he. had! stood the operation well and was doing nicely. Dr. Matas, a noted surgeon of New Orleans, was telegraphed for and came to the city yesterday morning, per forming the operation yesterday after noon, assisted by several Pensacola surgeons. GANG OF THIEVES CAUGHT; ALL CONFESS LaFayette, La., March. 23. Sheriff Laooste, Special Officer Eust and Deputy Ouilbeau today arrested seven negroes for breaking into Southern Pacific cars and stealing a lot of flour and rice. The gang has been operat ing for some time and last night load ed a wagon of flour from the yards Just west of IjaFayette and distribut ed the plunder as far as Scott. The party consisted of Joe Guidry, John Gary. Oscar Chalson, Edgar Richard, Nathan Stoner, Joe Maxllle and John Narcisse, all of whom have confessed their guilt. The officers recovered much of the flour in their cabins. FIND INDIAN MOUNDS. Garyvflle, La.. March 28. An expe dition is being organized to examine number of Indian shell mounds re cently discovered in the cypress swamp of the Lyon Cypress Lumber Company la Ascension and Livingstone parishes, about fifteen miles from here. It Is thought that these . mounds may furnish a clew to clear up the mysterious disappearance of the Ten sas tribe of Indians, last heard of at Grand Lake in 1828. Some relics have number of Spanish silver coins, dated alreadv been unearthed, including a number of Spanish silver coins, dated 1755 to 170; some Indian arrows and, spear dieads and fragments of Indian pottery. MtTGGSY SAYS JBI T IB RAWEST EVER T Pitfehar Schupp. Schupp, who, as pitcher for the De catur team of the Three-Eye League last year finished eighteenth with a percentage of .524, has been one of the sensations of the New York Giants in their training this spring. A southpaw, blessed with speed, curves, change of pace, and above all, what is most rare in a left-Tiander, control, he is said to be one of the most promising young hurlers Manager McGraw has picket up In years. If you miss your paper, phone (1500) before ten o'clock, and one will be de livered von bv soecial carrier. 19 5 South Palafox. rm 1 -; " " -Jk ',;11:0 f IS r .... i s- - t V, -J i 3 - - . i: ll ' - t il f , . i BLUE WATER OF PEI3SACQLA BAY CHANGED TO RED OVERFLOW FROM THE ESCAMBIA RIVER, CONTAINING WASHING3 OF CLAY HILLS, SAID TO HAVE CAUSED THE CHANGE. Since last Friday th water in Pen sacola bay has changed Its color on. account of the large amount of fresh water entering it from the overflow of Escambia river. For the past three days the bay was a muddy red, the change of the color of the water being bo complete that there was no trace of the former blue water. The washing of clay hills is said to have caused the color of the water, to change. Up to yesterday evening the water was still of a red hue and the scene at tracted the attention of all who visited the water front. THE 1RW00D ARRIVES WITH SILL CATCH ONLY CAUGHT 8-000 POUNDS OF SNAPPERS ON THE CAMPEACHY BANKS SAW NOTHING OF THE SMACK FRANKLIN, WHICH HAS BEEN OUT 33 DAYS. ( V The smack Clara R. Harwood, after being out twenty-two days, arrived yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock to E. E. Saunders & Co., bringing 8,000 pounds of red snappers from the Cam. peachy fishing banks. Scarcity of fish in that vicinity is given as the rea- son for the small catch. The captain of the Harwood report ed that he saw nothing of the smack Althea Franklin, of the Warren Fish Comcanv fleet, which has been out 28 days. Fears for the safety of the crew-i of the Franklin were freely expressed on the water front "yesterday evening and it is believed by many that the smack has been lost in the gulf. $50,000 to lend in amounts ranging from $500 up. Es cambia, Realty Company. SMALL BOY CARRIED PISTOL A seven-year-old white boy was ar rested on West Intendencia street yes terday morning about 10 o'clock.on suspicion of being implicated inthe j luc" VL mves ana ions, and a vici AAUlla Hit UUllUilllT L the southwest corner of Bavlen andi I re"! wasi Intendencia streets recently. When the boy was arrested a volver was found on him. lie locked up in the sick ward at the city Jail, but will be turned over to the pro bation officer this morning. COLDS LEAD TO CONSUMPTION This is the story told in hundreds of cases of Consumption: "I just had a little cold at the start, Doctor, and the cold kept coming back on me every winter! It would settle on my lungs and go deeper and deeper and finally it seemed as though I never would get free 6f that cold. Lately I have begun to be weak; lost lots of sleep; have fever and sweats nights; and am just racked to pieces with this cough. If I could only get this cough stopped I would be al! right; I have tried everything I could hear of, all seemed to help for a littlewhile and then the effects would wear off, and I would be worse than before." Consumption usually starts with a catarrhal condltlon that is developed in the late fall or early spring and, the best time to correct the processes that lead to Consumption Is in the be ginning. The cure of early stages of this disease Is usually a simple matter of a few months treatment with the Doctor in charge of the German American Institute in the Tbiesen building. The patient eats better; sleep re freshes him; the night sweats stop; that feeling of- exhaustion passes away; the cough stops, especially at night, and he begins to get stronger, to take on weight, and to feel better and to look better, and - if persisted in and care taken after stopping the treatment he will be cured and stay cured- At the German -.American Institute no misleading or deceptive proposi tions are ever made to the afflicted, neither is there a promise to cure in a few days" given - in order to get you to treat with them. They tell you just what to expect from each treatment; tell you how each medi cine acts ..and you judge for your self. Office hours begin at nine o'clock in the morning and end at eight o'clock at night ; Sundays from nine until twelve only. t The German-American Institute, Thiesan Buildina, Pensacola. MANY MORE SUGGESTED FOR CLUB I would suggest the name "Pilots" for the baseball team. Mrs. C. R Mitchell, Box 607. City. In selecting a slogan for the Pensa cola baseball team. I dare say any one of the following six names win be very suitable, et al., Panthers,. Bungoas. bun oeams. .bucks, .fauna. white Caps, respectfully , Chas. TV. Martin, 301 TV. Romana St, City. I want to name the baseball team after our great booster, Mr. Hervey, Call them the Herveys. Yours Re spectfully, Wm. J. C&mp'bell, care of San Carlos Hotel. I like to call the new baseball team after Dr. Mallory Kennedy. Call them the Mallorys; he is a great baseball man. I remain. Yours truly, Hargis Campbell, 110 S. DeViMIer St. Let us have the name of Pensacola Stars for our new baseball team, or name them the - Mayes, after our great editor, Mr. Frank Mayes. I re main, Thomas Campbell, 110 S. De- Villier St. . I suggest that Pens would be a good name for new baseball team in Cotton States League. Yours reap., Miss Bell Daniel, Southport, Fla. I will suggest that the Cotton States League team be called "The G., F. & A.'s" after the new R. R. Yours truly. Miss Loneta Harris, 30S E. Intendencia St, Pensacola, Fla. I saw your ad in the paper in re gards to a name for our baseball club and would suggest one of these names as a good oneThe Invinatbles or the Uno-Base Ball Club, as very good ones . Yours truly, Harvey Miner, 10 K. Baylen St., Pensacola. 11 a. Please consider the name, "Deep Water Bugs" as a name for the Pen- sacolas. E. E. Kelly, 616 Is. Coyle St., City. In regard to a name for our league team, I would suggest the name of the . "Mallorys." After one of Pensa cola's honored citizens, in his time. Willie Faurla, No. 30-1 E. Zarragossa, City. As an appropriate name for the Pensacola baseball team, I suggest "Sailors," and to emphasize the sig nificance of the term let there be stitched under the name, on the blouse of the uniform an anchor. Very re spectfully, James T. Tate. After reading all the letters with names for the Pensacola ball team, I ask to accept another from me. I traveled Louisiana, Mississippi, . Ala- bama and when I tell people I am from Pensacola they say, oh, you are a sand crab, so I am sending that name, Sand Crab in for the ball team. Disaie Sintcs. I think ."Deep. Bay Blues" would be a suitable name if their uniflorms are blue- Oliver E. Kerniok, Fort Bar rancas. Amused at the names suggested for our newly acquired baseball club, I was struck by the appropriateness of some, tho unanimity of thought and the earnestness of all. Snappers, or Red Snappers preponderate in num ber of names suggested. I wonder if anv nf ty,aa .mi,i.r. i, that perhaps John R. Sckoot might have copyrighted the name for his "Red K!nn rnn-w?' aii.vA fo fvir -nr i still stands clear out of sight, and in whose magic shadows, tomatoes and peppers spring dnto full fruition under the magic of his wand. "Gophers" are per- haps next in popularity.' Gophers wisely know when they have enough, then seek there holes if permitted. But why is his old friend of centuries, the "Razor Back," neglected here. The gopher and the razor back are among Florida's . oldest Inhabitants. Ever truly democratic, never bolt their party and have ever freely contributed of their substance since the days of Ponce de Leon. Progressives, well, that abused name is fast becoming a joke. But why "Crabs?" Crabs are generally near the bottom and db not always know when to let go, and sometimes smell bad when warmed up. "Busy Bees" are good, but liable to do top much buzzing, and like a Quaker sting their best friend. Pensa cotton, well, well, . none raised here, and hardly enough In county to clothe league. "Game Cocks," they are beau ties by nature, and all admire their courage. But ' where "Sea Gulls, Hawks, Bears and Gulfs" come in is but dimly apparent. "Live Wires," Boosters, and Mascots are good, but the latter is generally spoiled by pet ting. "Ground Hog," well he is too fond of "hibernating" and too suggestive of sausage. Deep Water is dangerous for those not on top. Then follows a myriad of other names, while no doubt still others are in a state of incuba tion. But there remains another name, strangely overlooked to date, more suitable than any yet suggested. Here in this Christian city by the sea, the home of the Cotton States League, above all others should be honored with a name at once appropriate, and suggestive of its Christian character. A city filled with churches, school houses, Sabbath schools. Missions, Y. M. C. A-, blessed with able ministers, learned teachers, etc. Therefore I suggest the following name, truly striking and appropriate. Sunday Busters. J. I Young. I would suggest the came for the base ball team as "The Pensa-Cola's," would be a good "ad" for the city. W. W. Brooks, 1224 East Cervantes street. I suggest the -nam "Groupers" for the baseball team. Prank Montanari, Box Jo. 743, City. , I suggest the name for the Pensa cola baseball team as "The Lucky Sport." Marguerite Woody, 244 E. Intendencia SU City. - I read in Friday morning's paper, that there was a prize for the' one giving the best name to the Pensacola baseball team so Z suggest the name NAMES ARE Goilf City Boys," as yon wanted name to also represent the city, am yours truly, Thomas Moloney. I suggest the name "Sand-Fleas" for the Pensacola baseball team In the Cotton States league- Another good name would be "Pensaooki's Cham pions," or "Champion.' Miss WKHe Kendrich, 422 Seventh Ave. As a name for the Pensacola base ball team I offer the following: "The Kids," or th "Hot Shots." Respect fully, C. J. Adams, Selma, Ala., gen eral delivery. I would jraggest naming the ball team "Sand Crabs," as this is synony mous of the Gulf toeach, and this spe cie of crab is very symmetrical, clean. and the greatest of hustlers, all quail ficatlons of our baseball boys. Tours truly. Harry Lee MoGlll, 1000 E. Cer vantes St. ' Allw sie to suggest "The Dread naughts," as a name for our team. Our harbor, as you know, can safely accommodate Uncle Sam's largest fighters and then the name implies that they fear nothing. Sherry T. AtoAdams, Jr., 1025 Bast Gadsden St., City. I suggest the name of "Pilots' as an appropriate one for Pensacola's baseball team. Tours very truly, Ern est Amos, 1306 Bast Gonzalez St. My suggestions as in regard to the baseball team are, "Deep Water Pines or Deep Water Knights." Harlle Moss, 415 N. Guillemarde St., City. Please don't overlook this. I suggest the name for the Pensa cola baseball team as "The Hapipy Hearts." Thelma Woody, 244 East In tendencia, Ctty. As a booster name for Pensacola I suggest, "The Deep Water Boys," as an appropriate name for our "Cotton States Leaguers." Respectfully, T. J. Haley, 213 Blount Bldg. I suggest you call your baseball team "Happy Go Luokies." Alice Craine, 1320 East Strong St. Mary Esther, March 23. Mr. Will watson and son of Pensacola are stopping at Hotel Cedars. Miss Sallie Williams, of Millville, is visiting relatives of this place. Mr. John Maclntire was a business caller to Harris last Wednesday. Miss Margaret Strong, of Mary Es ther, visited Miss Retta Reddick, at Harris, last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin, of Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Wells, of. Flint, Mich., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mac lntire last Saturday Mr. Geo. H. Royce, of Camp Walton, was a business caller to this place last Tuesday. Mr. John J. Maclntire had his flag up last Monday in honor of St. Pat rick's day. Mrs. C. A. Shipley visited Mrs. F. P. Strong last Tuesday. Mr. Vincent Maclntire and Mr. Knox Maclntire went to Camp Walton last Saturday on business. Hervey' s 25c Luncheon. 55 Monday, March 241913 Consomme Itallenne Pasta or Puree Mogul Aux Crouton Snapper Flakes en Croustade St. Augustine Pommei Saratoga Green Onions Radishes Boiled Pickled Pork and Cabbage or Roast Veal with Dressing Mashed Potatoes or Fried Swccta Lima Beans Salad Dessert Coffee Milk I )ne half dozen oysters served on half shell with this lunch 15 cents extra. Osteopathy Dr. Chas. R. Mitchell. Osteopathic Phy sician, successor to Dr. C. K. Bennett. Is continuing the practice at rooms 2 ana 4 Masonic Temple, where he will be pleased to meet all of Dr. Bennett's friends and former patients. Office hours. S to 12. and 2 to 5. Phone 1330. Dr. Mitchell Is a graduate of the Still College of Osteopathy, a rradaate of the Des Moines School of Gynecology, and a member of the American Osteopathic Association. He has been in practice eleven years and bears letters of the highest recommendation. (Adv.) BRAWNER-RIERA CO. One-Price Cash Depart ment Store." Corner Palafox and Romana Streets. WATCH HOFFMAN'S PRICE LIST And save on your grocery bills. Two Stores. - E. D. Hoffman & Sons SAM CHARLES Shoes Half-Soled In 15 Minute. Called Far and Delivered. "HUFF SCO." 511 South Palafox j MARY ESTHER. French Market Coffee Is the National Drink of the EVEN when French Mar ket Coffee could be had nowhere but at the old French Market in New Or leans a hundred years ago it was widely known. Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay and the gallants of the old South were enthusiastic lovers of this rare old French coffee. Today the identical, historic French blend is per petuated by a Unique Hygienic Roasting Process and genuine old French Mar ket Coffee is packed in air tight, hermetically-sealed tins and delivered anywhere in the world in all its freshness and delicious aroma. In the South, especially, Perfect Process of Roasting and . Packing The celebrated French Mar ket Coffee process is quite dif ferent from the ordinary roast. It drives out a larger percent age of gums and oils, while re taining and intensifying all the aromatic and beneficial qualities of the coffee bean. The grinding is done at ex actly the right time to hold the full, delicious flavor that- Visit the BON MARCHE. The Exclusive Ladles' Store. . West Florida's Largest Hardware Store WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, PHONE 1450. W.A. RAY H DW. CO. 710 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. PENSACOLA. FLA. "Everybody's Saying r It." Your Shoe Shop, 18 South Tarragona Street. H. C. Cunningham, Prop. Phone 821. L. E. Nobles & Co. "Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back. Agents for Hart Schaffner&Marx Suits and Overcoats. Savoy and Emery Shirts. Knox, Stetson and Bonar Hats. Banister and Walk-Over Shoes. Dr. DelmsPa Celebrated Health Under wear. V, 29 South Palafox. PHONE 790. Rhodes-Futch-Collins Furniture Co. Complete House y Furnishers. 'IN THE HEART OF PENSACOLA." The Central Pharmacy. Phone 178. Subscribe for The Journal tmr nTr- - tl mM immmiip i mi South so great is the demand for French Market Coffee that it has become "The National Drink of the South:' French Market Coffee Unlike All Others ; The smooth, exhilarating: quality of French Market Coffee is totally unlike ordi nary coffees. The French Market Mills have the great advantage of the first selection of the best of the Pan-American coffees. These fine coffees have never been exposed to the in jurious effects of a cold north ern climate. The berries are rich in everything that goes to make a perfect coffee. has always been such a fea ture of French Market Coffee. . The market-men of the French Market think nothing of drinking 10 to 15 cups a day of this deliciously aromatic and refreshing beverage. At Your Grocer's in Air-Tight Tins But you must be svire to get the genuine with the pic ture of the French Market on the can. Try it once, and you'll agree "There is only one real old French Market flavoi." French Market Mills (New Orleans Coffee Co., Ltd. Proprietors) New Orleans f77 A Profitable Investment HoifSes not wired for electric service are not in the "all mod ern Improvement" class. Tenants taboo them as being: "Inconvenient, uneconomical and unfashionable. Landlords find them hard to rent, difficult to sell and expen sive to Insure. Tour friends and neighbors who own, buy, sell or rent houses, will substantiate these facts. Eliminate these draw backs by havins your houses wired. We get free estimates for wiring. Pensacola Electric G New Business Owepartmen: Phone 106 Why Not the Best? Buy ACTry coal Dry Oak and Pine and you have it. If it's ICE Wc have it, too. Reliable service every day, THE MOORE ICE COMPANY. Phones 59. 259. 232. The M.&O. On the Square, WKhIn Easy Reach of Everywhere. BANKRUPT SALE Continues. Hoomes Furniture Co. 28-23 East Garden Street, .