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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1913.
1TE&1 010 mm OF DEW 8 MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISH INGS STORE THROWS OPEN -DOORS AT 2:30. IN AFTERNOON. MANY VISITORS ATTENDED AND . RECEIVED SOUVENIRS. Yesterlay sa.Tr tlx opening of aa Other modern, well arranged Pensacola, capitalized store when the new men's furnishing and clothing- store of White & White held its formal reception. The reception was held during the af ternoon and evening', thousands of vis itors attending-. Over 3,000 souvenirs were presented the men visitors and carnations were presentel the ladiesv During the hours of the reception an orchestra lent gayety to the occasion . by rendering many popular selections The windows and the interior of the rew store were beautifully decorated with palms and cut flowers which, con trasted pleasingly with the mahogany fixtures. The windows were neatly and fittingly dressed and the interior was so arrange! as to give a good perspec tive of the entire store. To the left of the store entrance Is a handsome writing tabic wtth writing materials and telephone- Further along stands the beautiful and complete "ailent salesman" hat case which Is Uivided into two main compartments separated in , the center by triple re reflecting mirrors. The shoe depart ment occupies the remainder of the north side of the store, the fixtures for this department being specially planned and arranged. The entire south side of the store 1 occupied by the furnishings depart ment, Including wall cases and all, class showcases displaying the different up-tt-date and well known lines of men's furnishings of every -description. The center of the store is occupied hy the five immense all-glass revolving rack clothing display scases, the most complete afid modarn that can be had. The rear of the store contains on the jv.ain floor dressing rooms and rooms for the employes and in the balcony are the wrapping counters, the cashier's desk and the general office. The entire store arrangement is such that the maximum of time-saving and selling service are brought out. The proprietors of the newest Pen sacola store, Messrs. Marco J. and Ed ward T. "White, are well known through out the city having been in the cloth ing and furnishings business practically all their lives. Both members of the new Arm were present at the store re ception yesterday and received the con gratulations and good wishes of their innumerable friends. l FIRE BREAKS OUT IN A FLOODED TOWN - Huntington, w. Va, April 2.--Flre broke out in the flooded residence dis trict here early today and threatened IF YOU HAVE HAD THIS EXPBR 1E.VCE, YOU ARE JUST THE ONE WE WANT TO TALK TO. WE DO not expect you to believe all WE SAY, but if you are sufficiently interested In jour case to come and let us "show you," you cannot help but believe your own eyes and feelings. - You know that every "Doctor" you have vifdted has either wanted to oper ate on you at once or has filled yon up With medicine and promises of the preat things they were GOING TO DO )f you would stick to it. Every little while we read of the "discovery" of si -me new medicine that is GOING: TO CURE these diseases in" a week or two, KUT YOU KNOW BETTER. You have already drugged yourself sick. You have already worn yourself out v ith useless "local treatments," etc, and all the time growing worse. Yet you keep on buying these things In the forlorn hope that some day you will find something that will restore that greatest of all blessings, perfect health. It Is time to stop air that. It is a "long lane that has na turning," and your opportunity to regain your health ha s come NOW If you will only take advantage of It. We might dwell at length on the evil influences of diseases peculiar to the female sex have on the general health, but we feel It unnecessary, since every woman knows that the neglect of such diseases gradually but surely wrecks the nervous system, and in time re duces her to. a condition of chronic in validism, accompanied with a constant melancholy. irritabllityand mental de-J prcssion. A condition tlmt in "many instances produces insanity.. There fore, the earlier treatment is begun the letter. We do not claim that our treatment in every case makes an operation need less. But If properly used, will cure ninety-five of every one hundred cases, regardless of ho.v severe. It cures Menstrual Irregularity and Ovarian Diseases, rectifies Womb Displacement, cures luchorrheal Discharges, re lieves Monthly Pains and makes sick women well. Out office is thoroughly equipped for the scientific treatment of these dis eases. Our Americanized European methods are painless and without the knife. We accept no incurable cases and consultation and, thorough exami nation free, no matter whether you take treatment or not. GEBiJiH - AMERICAN INSTITUTE TMssss Bailing Pessicoli. Office hours begin at J in the morn ing and continue until S In the evening. Sunday, from 9 until noon only. , I0RF . .AbOOlofoty 3ZS& BO &ZS&&tIiiSfO Many mixtures are offered as substitutes for Royal. No other baking powder is the same in composition or effectiveness, or so wholesome and. economical, nor will make such fine food. Royal is the only Baking: Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar an entire city block, but the flames were checked by the use of dynamite. Eleven persons were rescued from the burning buildings. Fire engines placed on barges pumped water on the flames. State Fire Marshal Allison directed the work of the firemen. PETITION FOR EQUAL SUFFRlGE ONE IS BEING CIRCULATED IN PENSACOLA AND WILL BE FOR WARDED TO REPRESENTATIVE EMMETT WILSON AT WASHING TON. A petition is being circulated in Pen- sacoia calling upon congress to sub mit a constitutional amendment that will permit women to vote in national elections- The petition when complete will be forwarded to Representative Emmett Wilson. . Encouraged by their recent successes in state elections, the equal suffrage advocates propose carrying their cam paign Into the national law-making body at Washington with the hope of making woman suffrage a. national privilege. It is already a national Issue, more than four million voters who rup- oported Roosevelt in the last campaign having pronounced in favour1 of it. Be sure and ring, 613 for Grape Fruit, if you want something good. PICKINGS FROM POLICE STATION Seventeen cases were docketed for trial in the recorder's court yesterday morning. Seven defendants were found guilty, two discharged, one 'bound over to the probation officer and seven cases were continued. The fines assessed aggregated $23. A white boy, who was arrested on the charge of stealing a iicycle from Dr. D. C. Thompson, ' was bound over to the probation, officer. The case against A. Ventura, charged with driving & milk wagon' in a reck less manner, was continued. He was arrested by Officer Frank Bobe. Her Hint. "Jack told me last night that I looked sweet enough to kiss." ,- "And what. did you say?" "I told him that was the way I In tended to look." Boston Transcript. 2,000 POUNDS FISH RECEIVED Yesterday was another dull day in the fish market at Pensacola, the only receipts reported being about 2,000 pounds of mackerel by E. E. Saunders & Co. Some of the smacks are expected to reach port from the fishing grounds today. SURGEON GEN. AIDS FLOOD SUFFERERS TSf Dr. Rupert Blue. Surgeon General Rupert Blue of the United States public health, service is in the flood districts to take personal charge of the federal medical officers rendering assistance to the distressed people of Indiana and Ohio. 1 ' niwiinrt r-J"0 n CHARGED WITH DAiUIAGHW THREE YOUNG WHITE MEN AL LEGED TO HAVE DEFACED FIX TURES IN HOUSE ON WEST CHASE STREET. The cases against Willie Rowland, Eugene Nell and Brady Nell, all young white men, charged with being clan- derous and suspiciuos characters, were called in the recorder's court yester day morning, but were continued. The charge against the three men was made by A- F. Wicke, of the plumb ing firm of Wicke Bros., who charges the defendants with, damaging some of the plumbing work done in a house on West Chase street owned by Peter DeLano. The damage to the work is alleged to have been done last Friday night and is said to consist mainly of knocking the enamel from some of the fixtures in the building. $30,000 To Lend. in amounts from $1,000 up on good real estate security at current rates of interest. HOOTON & WATSON, The Rental Agents. CHIEF-SANDERS DETAILS NEW MAN Chief of Police Sanders has detailed nmrvr v.rmtst Harner as one of the motorcycle officers and he Is being in structed in the woric or nanaung me machine. Officer Harrer succeeds Officer Frank Bobe, who has been detailed as a patrolman. FEET SO SORE COULDN'T WALK DOWN STAIRS TIZ Cured Her Quick Send at Ones for Free Trial Package. If you -have sore feet, tired feet. sweaty feet, lame feet, tender feet, smelly feet, corns, calluses or bunions, read what happened to Mrs. Crockett, of Jeffersonvilie. TIZ did it. Mr.. Crockett says: "After the second treatment she walked downstairs one foot at a time. She had not been able t walk down stairs before in past five years: except by stepping down on each step with one foot at a time. This is remarkable. Send five more boxes." No matter what ails your feet or what under -heaven you have used without Retting relief. Just use TIZ. It's the only loot remedy ever made wmcn acts on th principle of drawing out all the poison ous exudations which cause sore feet. Powders and other remedies merely clog up the pores, cleans tnem out and keeps them clean. Tou will feel bettg the first time it's used. Use it a week and yon can forget you ever had sore feet. There is nothing on earth that can compare with it. If anyone offers you an imitation that is claimed - to be - "as rood as TIZ." ask why. If it is Just as good, they don't dare to come out and advertise it. I Jor t you be a victim get the genuine TIZ is for sale at an drug stores, department and xeneral stores. 25c per box. or direct, if you wish. Money back if TIZ doesn't do all we say. For a free trial package write to day to Walter Luther Xodse & Co., Chi PHUG WORK cago, ul. Adv. COLLIER IS. OFF FOR. KEY WEST THE CAESAR SAILED YESTERDAY MORNING FOR COALING STA TION AT THAT PLACE WILL ARRIVE THERE. FRIDAY. The collier Caesar, which, arrived at the Pensacola navy yard Suit lay morn ing for the purpose of carrying a wa ter boat from the local navy yard to the-coaling station at Key West, left port yesterday morning. The water boat was taken in tow by the Caesar and it Is expected the col lier will reach Key West about noon Friday. GOVERNMENT MUST NOW FIGHT ZAPATA'S FORCES Mexico City. April 2. Breaking of all negotiations for peace with Zapata has forced the government to mobil ize a strong force for a campaign against the southern rebels. This has been done in spite of the fact that rebel activities in the north have made imperative the despatch of a large part of the regular army to that region. The war department says that gov ernment troops will begin moving to day into those districts Infested by Zapata's followers. This concentration will continue until an army of 10,000 men has been gathered. Gen. Pascual Orozco, Jr., and many of his old chiefs will participate In the southern campaign. Press despatches which arrived early today from Huautla brought the report that Pascual Orozco, Sr., was not killed as was previously stated, but was kept closely guarded at Huautla, In the same vicinity. The followers of Zapata hare circu lated many manifestos repudiating Huerta and Felix Diaz and at the same time calling on the people to support the Zapata movement.' Straight at It. There Is no use of -our "beating around the bush." We might as well out with It first as last. We want you to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the next time you have a cough or cold. There is no reason so far as we can see why you should not do so. This preparation by Its remarkable cures has gained a world wide reputation, and people everywhere speak of It in the highest terms of praise. It Is for sale by all dealers. (Adv.) Carl ""IS I Now CAPT. THE ICE KING BEEN A FAMILIAR FIGURE IN PENSACOLA FOR 18 YEARS RE CENTLY SOLD OUT TO SOUTH ERN UTILITIES COMPANY. In the purchase and taking over by the Southern Utilities Company of the two ice plants in this city, Pensacola loses an interesting and long-familiar character in the person of Capt. T. H. Moore, for 18 years bead of the Moore Ioe Company. Capt. Moore was never a citizen of Pensacola, having held lus residence in Montgomery, but Pensaoollans had come to look upon him as one of them and scores of warm friendships have grown up between the Peep Water City people and this rugged old Alabama steamboat man whose face for nearry a generation has been familiar to the business men of this city. When Capt,. Moore came to Pensa cola, ice in 100-pound lots was selling for 60 cents per hundred. When he re- MR Ex-Senator at lorida Ch Saturday, -Also- Ge The Great Special Saturday Excursion Here's "Hans Across The Sea" today, - He brings with him a dainty tray; He's looking glad, and well he may, : For RONA has caught on! For young or old it is the best; To tired nerves it offers rest; . Just taste it once taste is the test torn I -"aw M Half pound For RONA has caught on! jtlSZ VAN HOOTEN'S IMPORTED KS4 CO) CG HOTEL FLANDERS JUST OFF BROADWAY 133-137 West 47th St NEW YORK CITY The right kind of a hotel in the right locality. In the heart of the theatre district and adjacent to the shopping centres. Positively firs proof. Excellent cuisine and an, exceptional orchestra. A largo addition Just completed, containing library, grill and billard hall. Handsomely Furnished Rooms, Private Bath. $1.50 per Day Upward. From Grand Central Station, cars marked "Broadway" without trans fer; Pennsylvania Station, 7th Av. cars without transfer. Booklet upon re- H..R. SHARES, PROP. oently sold out his plant here. It was selling for 30 cents per hundred. . If the life history of the erstwhile ice magnate of Pensacola could be written, it would make a volume of human Interest incident, adventure, and success that would carry with If the fascination of a modern nooeL It would Include the story of ear!y pov erty, of slow advancement, of the rough and sometimes dangerous vocation of the river steamboat master, of wise and fortunate Investment of money In real estate and industry, of gradual ac cumulation and expansion until .the subject came to be known as the ice king of the south and a business man whose ramifications extended to many 0 0! the - autauqua April 5th o raian Magician DUTCH J C0JJ2 other Interests. With Capt Moore as the subject, the book would be a seller. Capt. Moore still has interests in Pensacola, but he is now entirely out of the Ice business here. He has, how ever. Invested In the Ice industry on St. Andrews Bay and will put in a large plant to handle the rapidly growing demand of that rapidly ex panding territory. ALLEN'S F00TEASE The Aatisepticrw'e' shaken info the shoes The Standard Rem edy lor the feet for a Quartrr century. 50,000 testimonials. Sold Trda-Mvk. everywhere, 25c. Sample FRRK. Address. Allen S. Olmsted, lx Rov. N X. The Man who put the EEi la FEET. r j i 4 H ! Si 1' I 'i 1 f i . n J i