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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1913.
6GD0innie99 YUR Savings in these little banks should be brought down to the "Big Bank" so that the money can be placed to your credit where it will draw interest. 45K compounded quarterly on SAVINGS: American National Bank (Deposits made April 1 to 10 draw interest from Aoril 1. Don't go without clothing that you need and would like to nave ' simply oecause you do not have enough ready cash. Galin's, 26 South Pal afox Street. 65 one IS For All Kinds of Green Groceries and Meats FRESH STRAWBERRIES, TOMATOES, x GOPHERS, ::a TURTLES. Magnolia Market Phone 658. 504 S. Palafox Street. THREE WORLDS HE SUBJECT OF RALPH GREEK! LECTURED AT THE COURT HOUSE si YESTERDAY AFTERNOON UNDER AUSPICES OF THE INTERNA TIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS' CLASS. A OUR SPECIALTY Wo Buy and Sell All Sections. Metzer Brothers, MOBILE. ALA. I TERSELY TOLD. I $5.00 REWARD. Th Journal will pay $5.00 reward for evldancs sufficient to convict any boy or person found stealing subscribers' papers after delivery of same by carrier. rived In Pensacola yesterday and Is among the guests registered at the San Carlos. A. m. "Withers, of Milton, is In the city today. Ha arrived yesterday and is stopping at the San Carlos. C. Y. Mayo, of Pollard, Ala., was among the arrivals in the' city yes terday. He is among the guests reg istered at the San Carlos. - J. T. McKlnnon, of DeFuniak. Is visiting In the city. He arrived yester day and is making his headquarters at the San Carlos. J. M. Crigler, of Marianna, is in the city today. He ls stopping at the San Carlos. . . A regular meeting of the Ministers' Association -will ibe held at the First Methodist church at 10 o'clock this morning. Miion -t-ntwrent was evfnced in the lecture given under the auspices of the International BlWe Students- ciass, at the court house yesterday at 3 o'clock. Ralph O. Green, of the local tendance on the suMect of the Three "Worlds." Mr. Green said In part: "Before taking up the subject of our lecture .wa uHli tn .1 attention .to ' some Scriptures which give us assurance that God has a plan, and tnat tus plan is to be accomplished. This rln mut also 'be found to be in har mony with His character, and revealed in that which we have reason to call it? Wrvnl ' nhnist savs to "Search the Scriptures (John 6:39), Paul says AH Scripture as gTven try inspiration ta God. and Is rentable that the man of God may be iperf eot, thorough ly furnished (2 Tim, 8:16), and Peter says to be mindful to what tfte pToph r hnvA written and to the oommaiid- ment of we, the Apostles' (2 Pet. 8:2). Tta tta rmrsm a-tven At1 a time when there ym& no New Testament, hence they supply to the , Old Testa ment and when Peter says in Acts S:21, that 'the ' heavens must retain r'VirH.rt ,1-n-Ml h times of f restitution. which God hath spoken by the mouth of all His holy prophets, we reaany Hint tn And mrt whill the timeS of . restitution are, ; we must, search the prophets. 'AAlno- tine necessity ox this use or tY ormrnl.tA T?ITlft. w bein to look for a plan to be revealed in It. We read in Isaiah 46, that God's purposes hall stand. In Isaiah 55." that His word shall not return unto Him void. but accomiplish what He pleases anti nrnmwp in that whereunto He sent dt, and in Acts 15:18, 'Known unto . God were all HUs works from the founda tion of the world.' ... . 1 "TaMntr the slain statements, or Scriptures as a basis for. finding God's purposes and plans, we reaa in uen. tflmt In the beirfnning God created the heavens and the earth, i and the earth was void.' in iupn. && we read of the 'ages to come,' and no limit Is set to them Iby Paul. Looking h.T rw ttw1 1 : 4. we read the earth abideth forever, and we see why no Hmflt ds set to the .'ages to come.' Gen. 8:21 says that 'God will no more curse ermiTTid. nfr destroy every living hlnar on the earth' and in Rev. 22nd chap., we read of the re)-establish- ment or tne con-aiiions josi in juuko, the 'trees of life. and no more curse. This applies to the earth, for there has never been a curse In heaven. "This period of time, between Gen. ann t?p,v. 22 lis divided into three periods, or divisions. 2 Pet. 3:5,6 says 'the heavens were or o&a, ana tno earth the world that then was being mrfrrflmrAi with water Derished., This referred solely to the existing condi tions, for some of all flesh was savea, th niiinsr oowers of the heavens, tne angels who are referred to in 2 Pet. 2. as not keeping their nrst estate, ar.A .Tiide 6 tells us are reserved undjr chains of darkness, and the .conditions on the earth were all destroyed. Then Peter (2 Pet. 3:7) says the present 'heavens and earth are reserved by the' same word, until the fire of the Judg ment of the great dayi ;Then in 2 Pet. 3:2 12 he goes on to show what th flre will do, and closes his argu ment by saying we look for a new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness, Zeph. 3:8. 9 throws light upon the 'fire' which is to destroy the present heavens and present earth, and shows plainly that .fter the fall of present conditions' then He will turn to the people a pure language that they may all cal! upon the Ixrd. to serve Him with one con tent.' This same thought ds carried in the-3Sth chapter of Isaiah. where It tells of the 'highway of holiness,' which will be cast up and It will be when God turns to the people a pure language it ds not yet." STORES SENTTO MOBILE 00 THE TARPON LEFT LAST NIGHT WITH 1,000 BARRELS, WHICH WILL . BE LOADED ONT MALLORY LINER AND CARRIED TO NEW YORK. The steamer. Tarpon, Captain Bar? row, of the Pensacola, St. Andrews & Gulf Steamship Company, which left last night at 8:30 o'clock for Mobile, carried 1.000 barrels of rosin to that place, where they will be loaded on a Mallory line steamship and carried to New York. This is the second or third ship ment of a total of 8,000 barrels which will be carried to Mobile on the Tarpon for delivery in New York via the Mallory line. The shipment is being made by the Jones-Dusenbury Company. ADRIAN ROACH AIA.CASI1S DOING NICELY REPORT FROM SANITARIUM THIS MORNING SAID MEN WHO WERE SHOT FRIDAY NIGHT WERE RESTING EASY POLICE STILL LOOKING FOR BURKE. LARGE CROWD Of! GOLF BEACH DORINGSONDAY FIRST EXCURSION OF THE SEA SON RUN SUNDAY AFTERNOON, WHEN ALL BOATS WERE LOAD ED TO LIMITS-INSPECTOR STOPS OVERLOADING. The first excursion of the season to the gulf beach was run yesterday af ternoon and many who wanted to en joy the pleasant day on Santa Rosa Island were prevented from doing so by the lack of accommodations, the boats engaged in carrying the excur sionists not being able to handle the big crowds. The big excursion steamer Baldwin, operated by Captain Bennie Edmund son, carried 325 people, her limit under the law, but a large number of others. who wanted to board the steamer were prevented from doing so by Customs Inspector Bailey, who also stopped pas sengers from boarding a fleet or launches when the limit allowed them was reached. The launches Robert L. E Cupid and Globe, were loaded with passen gers bound for the gulf beach, while a large number of people also went over the bay on private excursions. The Robert I E. carried 13, the Cupid 40, and the Globe 20. The crowd on the gun beach yes terday was one ot the largest to visit that place at the opening of the sum mer season, and many enjoyed a dip in the surf. . A report' from the Pensacola sanl tarium at 1 o'clock this morning said that Adrian Roach, who was shot in the side and arm Friday night by T. H. Carvell. was resting easy. The," report also said that Andrew Casimus, the Greek, who was shot by "Willie Burke, a negro, was doing nice ly. Casimus was also shot Friday night. Carvel, A. M. Sibbet and Mrs. Ed na Sennott, who are held in connec tion with the shooting of Roach are still in the county Jail. The police and sheriff are " still searching . for Burke, who escaped im mediately after he shot . Casimus. - , TWO COTTAGES ON I10RTH J ST. AREDESTROYED WERE OCCUPIED BY NEGROES, WHOSSAVED MUCH OF THEIR HOUSEHOLD GOODS BOTH LO CATED SOME DISTANCE FROM WATER PLUG. CHARGED WITH SELLING LIQUOR ONTHESABBATH J. H. WILLIAMS, PROPRIETOR OF SALOON AT CORNER OF GOV ERNMENT AND D'VILLIERS STREETS, ARRESTED BY OFFK CER ALBERT ANDERSON. '"j1. it 'Vliilam's, 'proprietor of1' ia" sa loon at the southeast corner of Gov ernment and DeVilMers streets, was arrested yesterday on the charge of Selling whiskey on Sunday. He was arrested by Motorcycle Officer Albert Anderson. The case against "Williams will be called in the recorder's court this morning. -) World-Famous Coffee of uiq rrencn iviaricet Can Now Be Had in Your Own 'Home! Think?of it! Identically the same deliciousr aro matic French coffee that has been famous for overa centuryatuhe quaint, old French Market ofA New Orleans! i-: Ar. 4 ; f The coffee that Andrew Jackson loved, and Henry Clay'in sisted on! Coffee of which the-secret blend, came from -Paris before your 'grandfather was born! This coffee that you can drink at midnight ! That is asldiff er ent from ordinary -coffee as day from night! That comes to you in hermetically-sealed cans, fresh and aro matic from the roasters. Try it TODAY! . ... 4. .... 6. .,,,...,... . - ' , Roasted by our unique hygienic process; FRENCH MARKET MILLS - - y (New Orleans Coffee Co LfaL, Proprietors) NEW ORLEANS Stokes Canvasses House and Senate (Continued from First Page.) The framed building at ?Co. 701 Korth "J" street, and the one adjoining it, ICo. 703, were destroyed by fire about 10 o'clock last night. Both buildings were occupied by negro families. Who succeeded in saving nearly all of their household eroods and other property. The fixe started in the house occu pied by Henry Fair, No. 701, and spread to the one adjoining it. No. 703, occupied by Walter Davis. On account of the buildings being a good distance from a water plug, only one stream of water was played on the nre. An alarm box No. 39 called out the Ore department. -WOMEN HAVE BEEN TELLING -WOMEN for more than thirty years how Ty dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured them from the very worst forms of female ills. This accounts for the enormous demand for It from Coast to Coast. If you suffer from any form of female ills, why don't you try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound? It will pa yyou to do so. (Adv.) Read The Journal's Want Ads and Profit thereby. at $500 or six months In prison In order that criminal court of record mav han dle such cases. This would make prosecution much more rapid. VICTORY FOR RAILROAD COMMISSION. Members of the railroad and Hon. Fred JL Hudson, attnm the commission, are rejoiced over the important victory lust won hpfor Federal Judges Sheppard, Pardee and Shelby at New Orleans. Several months ago the commission issued three important orders, one of which made a reduction of 23 ner rent on f. fv, r"- .t.'rSTi""8 siuieu lo Hie state by joint roads, another decided reduction on all commodities shipped by two or more roads and the third demanding a through rate on ship ments over the Seaboard and Tampa Northern ,roads, the latter having re cently been purchased by the latter. The Seaboard sought to enjoin the commission in the state courts and the state servants, the railroad commis sioners, adopted the unusual tactics of appealing to the federal courts, car rying the case before Judge Sheppard. at Pensacola. As the consideration of three Judges is required In such cases, J udge Sheppard called on Judges Par dee and Shelby, and the Judicial trio rendered a verdict in favor of the com mission. As the judges agreed unan imously in their decision, it does not seem probable that the United States supreme court will reverse them. How ever, the radical rate change means thousands of dollars annually to the transportation companied and ship pers. The roads may take their case before the last resort indicia l at wasnington. White & White 20 South Palafox. . CLOTHING,. .-. HATS, SHOES, AND FURNISHINGS. HARBOR AND rr.:;x" ;r.::MABiNR NEWS eese Co. Watson, Parker ? R Everything to "Wear The Largest Distributers of Merchandise at Retail in West Florida. PASSED SAND KEY. April 6 2 p. m., steamers Lock- wood and Ekkehard, both bound west, 2:20 p. m., steamer F. J. Luckenbach, bound west. Bark Imatra at Quarantine. The Russian bark Imatra, 594 tons, Captain Karlsson, arrived at Pensacola from Madeira about. JO r,2'$ock. egter day. morning. going up- tj '-quarantine for Inspection. She was towed into port by the tug Sea King. Sea King Going to Gulfport. The tug Sea King, of the Aiken Towboat Company, will leave today for Gulfport to tow an empty barg-e to Pensacola. - Arrived. BrussFanels, r555."yhaymati, 4Ma - .(Called for bunker coa'.) Pus bk Imatra, 594, Karlsson, Ma deira to . HOW OFBUIEU SHORT TIFI STEAMSHIP FRANCIS ARRIVED YESTERDAY MORNING ABO"" O'CLOCK AND FINISHED ' ING ON THIS AMOUNT. O'CLOCK THIS MORNING. Use 'The Journal's Want Ad. Way." ;y Piano Factory, to You. . "Kranfcfi "'Bach. '''Gofd.' String "scho mafcher," -Lester." -"Emersbn," "Llnde wan." "ChlckeHng." Player Pianos "Ceclllan," "tester." and cheaper. Player Music, cut prices. Factory agents. The Clutter Music House. The work of loading 760 tons of bun ker coal on the British steamship Francis, 3535 tons, Captain "VVhayman, which arrived yesterday morning about 9 o'clock from Manaos via Barbadoes. was started after the steamer was docked at the coal chutes at- Musco gee wharf shortly after her arrival and was finished about 1 o'clock this morn. ing. , The coal was furnished by Cary & Co. Captain Whayraan ordered the coal by wireless Saturday while the Fran cis was 120 miles oft Pensacola and no delay was encountered in starting the work of loading the coal as soon as the steamer was docked at the coal chutes. The Francis stopped at Barbadoes to be fumigated while enroute to Pen sacola. She will probably sail this morning- for Galveston, where she will load cargo. GERMAN - AMERICAN INSTITUTE Practice Limited to Chronic.Nervous and Private Diseases. Thlesen Building. Pensacola. Fla. Scehdiile of Games in the Cotton States League CLUBS AT PENSACOLA AT SELMA AT MERIDIAN AT COLUMBUS AT CLARKSDALE AT JACKSON PENSACOLA npl 'fay1' 2; ! ' i'll'1 May 5, 6, 7 April 18, 19, 20 April 21, 22. 23 1 UC Jnfv aS'J 5E",8 ,.M June 9. 10. 11 May 22. 23, 24 May - 26. 27. 28 ... A J ;4'4,i- a?,LI' i' ? June 23, 24. 25 July 23, 24 July 10, 11. 12 - v " August 14, 1 - . 2 July 25. 26 Augxlst n, 12. 13 August 4. 5 SELMA ' ? T 1 i?1 S.9 April 21, 22, 23 May 6, 6, 7 May 8. 9. 10 Si Innrrml t v ll- 24 -May 26. 2-. 28 uo June 12. . u ?la ?" JUUl Udl July 23 24 Jmy 10, 11, 12 June 22, 23. 24 June 26, 27. 28 . , , '. July 20. 21 , , August 11, 12, 13 August 4. 5 July 25. 26 July 28, 29 MERIDIAN f':,10;" v- jVs'w Vs T7 -April 10. 11. 13 April 21, 22, 23 May 5. 6. 7 t o,t ', b t UDft t 'i 1 n H nr June 2. 3, 4 May 25, 26, 27 June 9. 10. 11 lU?e It' 11' 2 8 iUne3,?Uly ' 3 July 17' 1S- 19 July 10, 11. 12 June 23, 24, 25 July 27, 28 July 30. 31 Augrust 8. 9 August 4. 5 July 25, 26 COLUMBUS ...... I... April 24. 25, 26 April 14. 15. 16 April 28. 29, 30 May 9. 10. 11 April 17. 18. 19 0 31 j 1 n 16 1? rf.rrl June 13. 14. 15 May 22. 23. 24 July 13, 14 lo, July 7, 8, 9 July 3, 4. 4 VCJLL(JI1 June 27. 28. 23 July 23. 24 ; August 6. 7 v August 1, 2 August 14. 15 July 27, 28 August 11, 12. 13 CLARKSDALE :t April 27 28. 29 April 24. 23. 26 May J 1.2. S May 12. 13. 14 " ' April 14. 15, 16 June 2, 3, 4 May 29, 30, 31: June 5. 6. 7 june 16 17 18 Ci.rti.o May 15, 16. 17 July 18, 19, 20 July 14, 15. 16 June 19, 20. 21 June 30, July 1, 2 OLQCCS Ju 3. . August 9, 10 August 6, 7 July 21. 22 July SO. 31 August 14, 15 I JACKSON .. Miy 12 13 14 April 28, 29, 30 April 24. 25, 26 May 1, 2, 3 April 10. 11, 13 June 16, 17, IS June 2. 3. 4 ' May 29, 30, 31 June 5, 6. 7 May 18, 19, 20 "X.T- June 29, 30, July 1 July 17. 18 .19 July 14, 15, 16 June 19, 20, 21 July 6, 7, 8 1 1 C WS July 30, 31 August 8. 9 August 6, 7 July 21. 22 August 2, 3 Mileage . 7,634 5,772 6,096 6,572 6,609 6759 ' H. G. DeSILVA & CO. Sash, Doors and Blinds. Rought nd Dressed Lumber. Phone 11 and 1807. North Palafox Street. JUST RECEIVED A shipment of the most beautiful gowns ever shown In Pensacola. LA MODE. V. F. Balkcom Drug Co. Pensacola' Economical Drug Store. Phons 19. 17 South Palafox Street. QUICK DELIVERY. SAM CHARLES Shoes Half-Soled In 13 Minutes. Called Far and Delivered. NUFF SED." 511 South Palafox Rhodes-Futch-Collins Furniture Co. Complete House Furnishers. "