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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1913.
VJILL CHAPMANWIS WAGE SUIT MRUM.KELLY PASSES AWAY PACKAGES FREE AD ,r4 Vi --n .m - . L-i LniM l.ml 0 SUFFERERS SOUTHERN EXPRESS CO. WILL MAKE NO CHARGE FOR SHIP MENTS UNDER 100 POUNDS SENT TO THE FLOOD DISTRICT. According to Manager Newton Gibbs, Jr., the Southern Express Co., and connections will carry free pack ages of money and necessary supplies not exceeding one hundred pounds in weight for flood sufferers in the north when addressed to municipal authori ties or authorized relief committees. As to -Telegrams. At the offices of the American Tele phone and Telegraph Company, and the Western Union Telegraph Com pany, yesterday joint announcement vas made as follows: "In the use of the necessarily limit- Asaoisiaiy Pug Tfio cnijrn Baking Powder nsstfa f fasti Roy at Grapo Groans of Tartar HO ALUM, MO UME PHOSPHATE Cincinnati and Louisville Now Face the Worst Flood in Their History (Continued From First Page.) early next week. He a.so predicted a rise of 5 or 10 feet at all points above Cincinnati w4thln the next few days. Should the river reach 76 feet,' it is estimated that 750 houses In Coving ton, Ky., across the river from Cin cinnatl, will be inundated and three ed wire facilities reaching the flooded thousand people made homeless. The districts of Ohio and neighboring Cincinnati baseball team, which was to states, due importance is being given arrive here Sunday, has been forced to to public pfflclala, relief associations. ; change its plans and has cancelled all the Dress and to such ursrent messages . games with American league teams ATTEMPTED TO ENTER Ml OF 1RS.F.H. BELL scheduled to be played'here. The team will return to Macon, Ga or go to Louisville- It is now at Chattanooga. a.s have to do with measures 01 rener, believing thus the public will be bst served until full service can be re stored. "There has been no time during the rast week when the combined facili ties nf thi twn rnmnanlra hVA Tint af forded tnmmnnlcations with the larsr- Louisville, Ky., March 28. With wa er cities and towns, but local condl-! ter already sweeping over the lower LOUISVILLE FACES SECOND BAD FLOOD OFJTHE YEAR tions render it impossible, in many cities, to deliver telegrams or to make local connections by telephone." Publicity Should , Bring Much Trade (Continued trom First Page) Ready-to-Wear Store (wearing ap parel and millinery departments). Mars-ton & Qulna Meyer Shoe Co. B. Gerson & Co. Hannah's Pharmacy. Klein Grocery Co. . Gulf City Coffee Co. The John White Store ("Onyx"). CITY -COUNCIL MEETS MONDAY SPECIAL SESSION CALLED TO TAKE ACTION ON PROPOSED PAVING ORDINANCE, WHICH WILL COME UP ON THIRD READ-JNG. 'For the purpose of acting on pro posed ordinance Xo. S7, providing for the srradinjr.- navlnr nnd eurhlns- oi certain portions of streets, which will ccrae up on third reading, a special meeting of the city council will be held at 7 o'clock next Monday night. The ordinance to come before the meeting is the one containing the program arranged by a majority of the board of bond trustees. Whose re port on the matter was adopted at a former meeting. Under the proposed ordinance, the $.".000 received from the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company for allow ing it to close certain streets will not be expendet entirely in paving work in the northeastern part of the city, but is also to be applied to the amount to be expended for work to be done in other portions of the city. BREAKING OUT SPREAD OVER FACE Pimples Would Come to Head and : Run; Had to Hold Hands Night -and Day, Cuticura Soap and" Ointment Completely Cured. Mclntyre. Georgia. "My baby's face broke out in little bumps rhen she was about six weeks old. and we didn't know what was the matter. The breaking out first came in little spots and then spread all over her face. The pim ples would come to a head and run. Her face sot raw nearly all over and ran f sticky watery stuff all the .time. She would try to 'scratch it and I had to bold her bands night and day. , We were told it was ec zema, and had her treated about a month, but it got worse all the time. I saw the Cu ticura Soap and Ointment advertised and got them and she got better at once. We washed the baby's fact once and sometimes twice a day with Cuticura Soap and put the Cuticura Ointment on it three times a day. Her face commenced to get better in a short time, and in two mon&a her face was well. We used three boxes of Cuticura Ointment and tfcr cakes of Cuticura Soap and they completely cured her. The baby s twetvsj months old new unti her face ! rmooth a can be." (&gned) J. J. Shepherd. Jan. 23, 1912. A single cake of Cuticura Soap 25c. and box of Cuticura Ointment 60c are often sufficient when all else has failed. Sold throughout the world. Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T. Boston." STender-faced men should use Cuticura Soap Shaving Stick. 25c. Sample free. sections of the city and the Ohio river steadily rising, Louisville faces the second flood of the year. Profiting by experiences in J&jiuary. when many persons were caught in the rapid rise in the river, the board of public safety late last night ordered a speedal detail of police into the flood threatened , section with orders to forcibly remove those who would not leave. Eaxly today the water began to sweep over what is locally known as the "cut off" but it found only deserted homes. The police had done their work well. With the work of rescue accom plished, eharity organizations today are feeding the homeless at relief sta tions, while others are being cared for at hospitals and other public institu tions. Cold, biting winds, with snow end sleet gave way today to sunshine and higher temperatures and the suf fering of many of the flood refugees, especially those in the country above and below Louisville, was alleviated to a large extent. At several points along the river between Louisville and Cin cinnati, bodies have been seen floating by. At Maysville a body Was taken in tow by a boatman, but the current caught it and carried it under before he could get it ashore. A These bodies are believed to come from the flood sections of Ohio. In the western part of the state, around Owensboro, Henderson and Pa tiucah, the water is spreading over the lowlands and the people are fearful of a repetition, of the flood of last Jan uary. . Already high water has played havoc with railroad .transportation- With washouts, weakened bridges and in some instances the tracks entirety gone the railroads have annulled many trains and require a day or more to reach the Ohio river over circuitous routes. Yesterday a limited from Flor ida and other, southern points was forced to go up one branch line and down another, zigzagging across the state, and much to the edification of the inhabitants of little stations, ac customed to only, "jerkwater" accom modations, stopped occasionally for ham isandwiches and coffee, permitting an Inspection of its "real" Pullman cars. PLANTS AT LYNCHBURG ARE FLOODED WITH WATER HEARD WALKING ON ROOF OF FRONT, PORCH, BUT LEFT THE PLACE BEFORE OFFICER AR RIVEDINVESTIGATION BY OF FICER BOBE. AGAINST W. U AWARDED $50, WITH ATTORNEY FEES, ON ALLEGED FAILURE OF TELEGRAPH COMPANY TO DE LIVER MESSAGE FROM TALLA HASSEE TO PENSACOLA. The case of H. C. Chapman vs. the Western Union Telegraph Company, wliich was filed about a month ago was argued yesterday before Justice of the Peace Wm. M. Johnson, resulting in Chapman being awarded $50 dam ages, with . interest and attorney's fees. - The suit was brought by Chapman on the alleged failure of the telegraph company to deliver a message from him at Tallahassee to his wife in Pen sacola, telling her of his arrival in Pensacola on a certain, date. According to the evidence in the case yesterday, the message was never sent from the office at Tallahassee. 9 Judge Johnson said he based his de cision on the law covering such cases passed by the legislature of 1907. DEATH OCCURRED AT HOME OF HER SISTER, NO. 109 EAST RO MANA STREET FUNERAL AR RANGEMENTS NOT COMPLETED. Mrs. J. M. Kelly sixty-three years t old, passed away yesterday morning at 7 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. L.. Waters, Xo. 109 East Ro mana street. ' Funeral arrangements have not yet been completed, on account of some of there2atlves not being heard from, but will be announced later. ' Five daughters and four sons sur vive Mrs. Kelly. They are: W. H. Burleson, of Mobile; S. W. Kelly, of Louisiana; J. R. Kelly, of Pensacola, and J. B. Kelly, of Pensaoo!a; Miss B. Kelly, Mrs. J- IX Waters, Mrs. Marasales, Mrs. C. W. Wills and) Miss N. Kelly, all of Pensacola. An attempt was made ny an un- i known party about 9 o'clock last night to enter the. home of Mrs. F. H. Bell, No. 820 North Baylen street, but when he discovered that his presence was . known he left the $lace. A lady 'boarding at the' place told Motorcycle Officer Frank Bo'be, who investigated the matter, that she heard seme one walking on the roof of the front porch, but no trace of him could be found when the officer arrived. j The matter was reported to the po- j lice station. tent the messenger was injured nor whether the wheel was recovered. The matter Is being investigated by the police. ' ANOTHER JERSEY " MAN GETS A JOB AT CONVENTION ENDEAVORED TO GET THE NEXT CONVENTION OF SCHOOL SU PERINTENDENTS FOR PENSACOLA. -Si-""- ' PRINCESS' BEAU A DASHING YOUTH , ' ' , '. , - T ' ' A J - s j jnlf - - nl Ljnchburg, Va., March 28. The James river this morning registered 23.4 feet, the highest record since 1892. Half a dozen plants employing up wards of a thousand persons are flood ed. The property loss will not be handsome. His tlancee, too, is a beau- Prince Ernest, of Cumberland. Berlin, March 28. Love of quite a human and sincere kind is said to be the real reason for the recently an nounced engagement of Prince Ernest, of Cumberland, and Princess VIctorie Luise, of Prussia, eldest daughter of the German Kaiser. The couple are evidently quite fond of each other, a state of affairs more or less of a novel ty in, royal circles, where marriages generally are arranged mostly for po litical reasons. The prince, a dashing, athletic youth, colonel In the Zeithen hussars of skull-and-crossbone fame, is strikingly 1 f1 " - s I A. S. Edwards, superintendent of schools of Escambia county, is among the large number of superintendents attending the annual convention in , Gainesville and he worked hard to se cure the next meeting for Pensacola. but was not' successful. Mr. Edwards- placed Pensacola in nomination hd she had the highest number qt votes on first ballot, but lost -to" Fort Myers on the fourth bal lot. The convention came to a close last night after selecting the next meeting place. . ' THREE HELD 01 LARCEWYGHARGE i i i i ; Have Been Restored to Health By Lydla EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. There is no doubt about this fact Why ! during the last 30 years we have published in the newspapers of this country volumes of letters from women who have been re lieved of all their suffering by the timely aid of this grand old medicine. Letters like the following, true, genuine and . honest expressions of gratitude coming from grateful hearts. Surely you can believe these women. Mrs. Ii. S. BKEXXEK, Hudson, Mich., says: "Sometime ago I was taken with a terrible pain in my right side, sneh sharp pains just like a knife sticking me. I tried hot applications but that did no good. I went to our family doctor (we were living in Fayette, Ohio, at that time) and he said it was organic inflammation. I doctored with him a while but kept getting worse. The pain was so terrible I could hardly stand on my feet. I would have that sharp pain in my right side, and a dull heavy pain the whole length of my limb. I realized that something had to be done quickly, so I looked up all of your advertisements I could, find, and 6aw several that described nay case. I got a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it helped me from the first dose, and when I had taken two bottles my trouble was gone. Your medicine has done so much for me that I am willing you should publish this letter for the sake of other suffering women." Mrs. L. S. Bbesxeb, Hudson, Michigan. Mrs. Jj, E. BOWERS, Girard, Pa says: " I take pleasure in Informing you of what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. X had a sick spell last February, and for some-months after that I was not regular and had many bad feelings. I was tired all the time, had dull headaches, not much appetite, and also what the doctor called organic inflammation, xour Vegetable Compound has entirely cured me and I feel that too much cannot be said in its praise as I am now able to do ray own work. You are perfectly welcome to use my testimonial for the benefit of others." Sirs. L. E. Bowebs, K.F.D. No. 1, Girard, Pa. Mrs. ELIZABETH GEXT1XCOHE, Buffalo, N.Ysays: "I feel that I must write to you about your wonderful remedies. About ten years ago I was troubled with female weakness and was all run down. I was tired all the time and could hardly walk without feeling dizzy. I heard about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, took it, and also used the Sanative Wash. I got stronger, and have not had those dizzy spells since. I feel that I owe my health to you, and hope your remedies wiil help others as they have me. I tried moct everything I heard of, and yours are the best medicines for women's ailments." Mrs. Elizabeth Gzjj ttlcobe, 26 Glor Street, Buffalo, New York. For SO years Xydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for fe male iUs. No one sick with woman's ailments does justice to herself if she does not try this fa mous medicine made from roots and herbs, it has restored so many suffering women to health. p "Write to LYDIA E.PITm AM MEDICEfE CO. (CONFIDENTIAL) LYXSMASS., for advice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence FIVE NEGROES CHARGED WITH STEALING GROCERIES FROM James E. Edgerton. James K. Kdgerton. a former New Jersey newspaper man, has been ap pointed by President Wilson as pur chasing agent of the postofflce de partment. The job pays $4,000 a year. WAREHOUSES GIVEN HEARING BEFORE JUDGE TWO DISCHARGED. charg- LEGAL NOTICE. In Ksranibia County Circuit Court, State of Florida In Chancery. T. J. Vinson vs. Douglass Pe Vaughn. King: le Vaushn. Amos te Vaughn. Herman le Vaughn, Kddie Ie Vaughn, Reginald l)e Vaughn. Annie Te Vaughn, Julius G. Pe Vaughn and Annie S. Herrington. On Monday, the 26th day of May. A. P. 1913, the defendants. Douglass De Vaughn. King Dp Vaughn, Amos De Vaughn. Herman le Vaughn. Kddie De Vaughn. Reginald De Vaughn, Annie Ie Vaughn, Julius O.'De Vaughn and Annie S. Herrington ar required to appear to , the bill tiled against them herein. This oraer io ie puoiisuea once earn ween for eight consecutive weeks in The Pen sacola Journal, a newspaper published m said Escambia county. (Seal) JAS. MACGIBBON. Clerk Circuit Court. By Ttios. A. Johnson. D. C. Pensacola. Fla., March 26th. 1913. n'k'9naw8w The trial of the five negroes ed with stealing groceries from the warehouses of the West Florida Gro cery Company anoT the Jennings Xaval Stores Company, before Judge Bellin ger, which was concluded late Thurs day evening, resulted in three of them being held for trial before the court of record, while the other two were dis charged. Allen Gillis. Frank Faulk ZANESVILLE, OHIO. Mathew Smith were held for trial, but Wilson Toxey and Moses Wilson were BELLINGER 1 discharged. To Stop the Cough Cure the Tickling Spray or mop the throat with the wonderful antiseptic. DR. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEAXIXG OIL. It cures In one day. Full directions with each bottle. 25c, 60c, 51.00. (Adv.) Zanesviile, March 28. With com munication being slowly restored, ru- ) inula iiit t i i 1 1 tuuii11: and through only four known are dead f a result of the floods. A large trict is still under ton to thirty of water and unexplored. Half t! entire city is still submerged. The Property loss is estimated six to eight millions. A detachment of the national guard have arrived with provisions. Heat and light are still unavailable. At least two hundred homes floated down the river. (Advertisement.) heavy and no losa of life is reported. The flood is confined to the manufac turing district. The Norfolk and Western and Chesapeake and Ohio railroads will suffer considerable damage. FORECASTER WARNS THE PEOPLE OF EVANSVILLE Evansville, Ind., March 2S.- The Ohio river rose Ave feet and two-tenths here over night and local United States Weather Forecaster Brand issued a Earning at 8 o'clock this morning saying: "All stock and movable property af. fected by a 48-foot stage of the river ; at Evansville sthould be moved before i sundown tonight." j Mayor Heilman is directing the col lection of skiffs and motorfeoats to move people from flood districts and ' the city authorities are constructing 5 flood gates to keep the rising waters j out of the city. A record breaking flood stage of the river is feared, the waters rising this morning at the -rate i of three inches an hour. WEATHER BUREAU ISSUES SPECIAL FLOOD WARNING , Washington. March 28. The weather bureau in a special flood bulletin an nounced this morning that , condition on the lower Mississippi depend almost wholly on the Ohio flood and the future rainfall. The Ohio flood will exceed that of January. 1913. and closely ap proach that of 1907. it says. TWO JAPANESE ARMY OFFICERS ARE KILLED tiful woman, and they make one of the handsomest royal couples Berlin has een in a long time. Their wedding has. been set (for Oc tober 22. The announcement of this engage ment has pleased Queen Mary of ftr Victoria Luise might be chosenas w!a for the Prince of Wales. The queen detests Germans, f A daughter- of the czar, logical wife for the Prince of Wales, may be sup planted In the favor of rayol mate i makers by a daughter of the king and queen of Italy. The Russin and Eng lish royal families are too closely re lated for. the more thinking match makers to approve another union-between theml 4f The ft COMBINATION CLEANER. TE BOYS i BEAT IE GRO POLICE RECEIVE REPORT LAST NIGHV THAT MESSENGER WAS ASSAULTED AND HIS BICYCLE TAKEN FROM HIM. A report was made by telephone from the Hannah Pharmacy to the po lice station about 8 o'clock last night ' Tokio. 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