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THE PENSACOLA TOTJRNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1913.
You Look Good but you will look better in a Panama Hat and a Five Dollar Bill does the trick These Hats come from Ecuador. They're close woven from selected palm fibres several styles. Wear a John White Store suit and experience real clothes satisfaction the feeling that your ap parel is beyond reproach and backed bv the John "White Store $15.00 to $35.00. If you can't be fitted in a regular style we'll order one especially for you. The John White Store 209-211 South Palafox Street. Roneo Pencil Sharpener Saves 33 1-3 of Pencil Cost. Sharpens any and all pencils, Feeds them automatically. Stops feeding when they are sharpened, No waste of pencil or time. Notifies operator when work Is completed. Has means for regulating length of points. Guaranteed Indefinitely Sold in Pensacola by DILL T HOVELTY DOOK 5k W CO .a Phone 912. MARSTON & QUINA, Wast Florida's Oldest Furniture House. Exclusive Agents Globe-Wernicke Book Cases. Bonita Theatre Refined Photoplays B.&B. The best Restaurant in the South. When we say it we mean it. BEST COOKING. BEST SERVICE. You can't tell till you try. Eat once at the B. & B. and you will eat there again. AMUSEMENTS. The Story Teller's Hour. The usual story hour will be en joyed by the children Friday after noon at the library rooms in the Flount building. Mrs. Grant Knauff having kindly consented to entertain them from four to five. The Story Teller's Hour has come to be a very important and delightful part of the library work, and the children will no doubt enjoy Mrs. Knauffs delight ful stories. Tie was trying: hard to eat one of his wife's biscuits, but was making lxor work of it. Finally he pushed himself back from the table In dis gust. "Confound it.'" he said, "sometimes I wish I were an ostrich:" 'So do I .dear," sweetly returned his wife, "for then Td get a few feath ers for my haL" Exchange. CAPUDINE AO HICKS' IN A LITTLE WATER CURES HEADACHE COLDS AND GRIPP 6CLD AT WtLU-STOCRCO OBWO STOCSi 6se f m hp CAPUbiN'frr3 Frt T! Florida's Leading Clothiers HARRY HAPPEN GIVEN WATCH BY HIS FRIENDS LARGE NUMBER PRESENT LAST NIGHT AT RECEPTION GIVEN TO THE RETIRING PHYSICAL DIRECTOR. About forty people gathered in the parlors of the Young Men's Christian Association last evening to show their appreciation of the fellowship with re tiring Physical Director riarry E. Hoppen. General Secretary J. H. Sherrill acted as chairman of the evening and introduced Mr. W. K. Hyer, president of the association, who on behalf of the membership, both senior and Junior, prec ;nted to Mr. Hoppen a splendid gold watch and fob suitably inscribed. Mr. Hoppen was almost overcome by the magnificance of the gift, but in a few words showed his own appreciation of having been associated with so splendid a group of fellows, after which there was a general hand shaking and farewells. No young man ever left Pensacola with so large a host of friends to wish him success, as does Mr. Hoppen. For the Weak and Nervous Tired-out, weak, nervous men and women would feel ambitious, ener getic, full of life and always have a good appetite, if they would do the sensible thing for health take Elec tric Bitters. Nothing better for the stomach, liver or kidneys. Thousands say they owe their lives to this won derful home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhine vault, of Vestal Center, N. Y.. says: "I regard Electric Bitters as one of the greatest of gifts. I can never for get what it has done for me." Get a bottle yourself and see what a dif ference It will make in your health. Only 50c and $1.00. Recommended by W. A. DAlemberte. druggist, 121 S. Palafox. (Adv.) MOBILE LIKES "PENSY PLAZY" PLAY WHICH WILL BE REPEATED IN PENSACOLA IS ATTRACTING ATTENTION ELSEWHERE. - That it is an absolute fact that Mo bile is interested in "Pensy Plazy" can be gieaned from a letter Mr. George Hervey has received from his brother. Mr. Charles B. Hervey. who Is very prominently known to Pensacolians. The letter In full is as follows: "Dear George : I have been ap proached by a couple of our prominent physicians today, with the request that T write and ask you if the show 'Pensy Plazy,' in which you appeared last week, can be adapted to Mobile conditions with the full quota of locaJ jokes to suit, such as would enable them to put it on for one or two night3 here, for the benefit of a prominent claritable institution. The success t'jat the show scored in Pensaeoia (and I am very sorry that I could not be there for it), has attracted ! consideration, and I Relieve if arrange ments can be effected it can be put on here. I Inquired if they would desire any of the oast that appeared in Pen sacola, and was informed that possibly they would, but would v.ant to intro duce two or three of tb prominent Mobile amateurs. Kindlr let me hear from you at onoe on this as I have promised an immediate answer. "As usual, "CHARLES B. HERVKT." Whc.i asked as to whether he was of the opinion that such an arrange ment would be effected. Mr. George Hervey said: "I am taking the mat ter up now with the different members of the cast. Of course the text of the little play would have to be changed around In order to fit a Mobile locale, for as Pensacolians know. 'Pensy Plazy' concerns things a la Pensacola However. I have hopes of doing some thing in the matter and will announce It later." Xo greater complimeuL (.o "Pensy Plazy" and the members of the cast v.-;if played it. mn Ho Imagined than the compliment M Chilians olTer for rt o)uetion. Seat sal" f-r the show opens to morrow FYiilay morning at rtey jialds's book store. SEVENTY-FIVE LEGISLATORS!!) 8E HERE MAY 6 HON. JAS. M'HUGH SAYS THIS NUMBER WILL BE HERE, BUT OTHERS MAY BE LOOKED FOR, ON OCCASION OF SECRETARY DANIELS'S VISIT. According to a telegram received yesterday by George Hervey. manager of the San Carlos hotel, from Hon. James McHugh. one of Fscambla coun ty's representatives in the legislature. i seventy-five members of the legisla ture will be in Pensacola on May 6 to welcome Secretary of the Navy Dan iels, who will be in the city on that day, when he will make an inspection of the Pensacola navy yard. Mr. McHugh says that seventy -"ve members of the legislature have agreed to come to Pensacola on the occasion of the secretary's visit, but that the number may be increased. BIG PITCHER IS ADDED 10 THE KIRBY, PROPERTY OF NEW YORK GIANTS, IS CONDITH N ALLY RE LEASED TO THE PENSACOLA CLUB BY MANAGER FINN OF MOBILE AND JOINS TEAM IN SELMA. Pitcher Kirby, a big right hander, the property of the New York Giants, but farmed out at the beginning of the season to Mobile for further sea soning, and sent on to Pensacola by Manager Finn of the Mobile squad, was secured last night by the Pensa cola Baseball club. President Schad closing the deal and was informed that Kirby would join the team in Selma today and would more than do his share of work. Kirby has a minor league record of which any pitcher should be proud. He is 24 years of age. stands six feet j and weighs 180 pounds. He was with the Traverse City club in the Michi gan State league in 1911 and 1912, and was the premier pitcher of that cir cuit. In 1911 he pitched twenty-six games, winning twenty and losing six. In 1912 he won nineteen and lost two tip to the middle of July, when he was sold to the Xew York Giants for $2,500 and reported to that team, where he finished the season, taking down hlfl share of the worlds series money. Kirby went with the Giants on the training trip and remained with them until a month ago, when he was sent south to Finn, but the latter already had more pitchers than he eould handle and they are all going good, so he released Kirby to Pensacola con ditionally. Hansen Is Sold. Catcher Hansen, who reported to the team a little out of condition, was sold yesterday afternoon to Clarksdale and left last night with trie Swamp Angels. Clarksdale is shy on catchers, as Braun, who caught yesterday, is wanted in the outer garden, and inas much as Pensacola had three receiv ers and desired to take on a. pitcher, the local club decided to let the visit ors have Hansen. He is a young fel low, fond of work and will make Clarksdale a good second man. NOTES OF THE GAME. When a team is getting good pitch ing from its twirler they look like world beaters, hut when the gent serv ing up the slants is being hit that same team looks like a bunch of dubs. This applies from the bushes to the big circuit?. Folmar, who cavorted around cen ter for Pensacola last summer, is making good with a vengeance with Columbus in the South Atlantic league. Not only is he fielding in fine style, but is hitting like a demon and stealing bases in every game. If fmplre Hall would follow up the plays Instead of standing in the center of the diamond he might accomplish better results. It is also better to look at ball players than view the scenery while a game is in progTets. especially if you are acting as umpire. Townsend pitched a most creditable game, especially when It Is considered that he twirled a full nine innings on Monday. With anything like an even break of luck he would have bagged his second game. A little boy having his maaic lesson was asked by his teacher. -"What are pauses?" And the quick response was, "Thing?) that grow1 on pussy cats." Woman's Home Companion. IT CURES WHILE YOU WALK 1 se Ai.en j i- oo;-tae,-, tue antiseptic powuer to be stisken into the srocs. It lusiantJy takes the sung o.iiof corns, itching feet, ingrowing nails, and bunion- It's tbe greatest comfort, discovery of the sge. A lien's Foot-Bsss makes right or ner shoes feel ess j- Lsotf ro -r starves one tize smai!r aftfr nsirtfT. i- ! s cci' tats relief for sesr -:, r.i 'nne n4 "fo n. tssj Ser, srtrnf feet Trv it .;t:, SAid eT-fT-rtiT-. 2,sr.. T-nl psdtSBB FREE. Adores, alien S. Olau ttd, Le Boy, BC V. SNAPRER SQUAD! Profitable Poultry depend on two things, viz : Feed and care. Given proper care fed with good nourish ing feed chickens repay many times their cost. If you care for them we can assure you Corno Hen Feed Will meet every re quirement of the chick en's feed problem. Cor no Hen Feed is not an experiment but a tried, tested feed that has proven its worth. It is "feed that is all feed." Try it yourself and see results. LEWIS BEAR COMPANY Wholesale Distributers. SNAPPERS OFF FOR SELMA FOR THREE GAMES j LEFT LAST NIGHT AND GO FROM i THAT CITY TO COLUMBUS. RE TURNING TO PENSACOLA FOR GAME ON MAY 9. The Snappers left last night for ' Selma, whre they will today open a three days' engage. nent, the returns of which will be received at the mati I nee north of the I.aMode and dis j pensed to eager fans. The team had to go by way of j Montgomery in order to reach Selma, ! as no trains are run over the South ern Alabama division at night, and the boys will therefore not reach the Ala , bama town until 1 o'clock this after noon, rrom Selma they journey over to Columbus to battle with those weaklings for three days, annd then return to Pensacola. opening with Me ridian on the home grounds on May 9. Two arames are scheduled for the i day following, and then Jackson will pay the Snappers a visit. Before leaving last night Manager Hamilton said that he was in hopes of making ?s good record as the first road trip, although every team has j been strengthened. Gudger may go ! into the box today for the Snappers, j although Burmeister will be in shape, and it sts possible that the manager may select Kirby for mound duty. Subscribe to The Journal. COMPETITION NO STRANGER TO FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS Washington, April 30. Competition is now no stranger to foreign govern ments buying American tobacco, ac- ' cording to "W. G. Duningston, buyer for the Italian government, who testified today before the joint congressional tobacco committee. Until about three years ago Mr. Dunington was also a buyer for the Austrian government. Tobacco ie cheaper now on ware house floors than it was three years ago. Mr. Dunington said, but hp was unable to give any explanation for the decrease in price. He expressed the opinion that the character of the crops did not account for It. TVow is the Time To Get Ready For the Hot Summer Days Electric Lights Electric Fans Electric Irons are three good things to draw to on sultry Summer Days la ensaco Electric c, New Business T-V . Ouepanment Phone 106 T.H.CARVELL IS BEING TRIED TOR SHOOTING PRELIMINARY HEARING OF THE YOUNG MAN WHO SHOT ADRIAN ROACH IS COMMENCED BEFORE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. i At the preliminary examination yes terday afternoon of T. IT. Carvel!, Al bert Siobett and Mrs. Edna. Sennott, who are charged with betng connected with the shooting of Adrian Roach on ' the night of April 4. when he received a load of shot in the right shoulder from a gun fired by Carvell, Adrian Roach told Justice of the Peace Wm. I.. Johnson, who is conducting the trial, that shortly before the shooting he asked Carvell "to please do me a kind favor and let Mrs. Edna Sen nott alone." The trial was not on , eluded as more witnesses are to be heard today. Mrs. Sennott. who is charged with be4ng an accessory to the i shooting, Is the wife of Thomas Sen , nott, but has been separated from him j for several months. At the time of ' the shooting she was employed at the j home of Albert Sibbett, who is also i charged with being an accessory to the i shooting by lending the shotgun to I Carvell. Roach was shot at the corner j of Romana and IeVilliers streets. Roach said Carvell shot him about 10 o'clock at night on the corner of j Romana. and OeVilliers atreetes and that after he shot he pointed the gun towaros several ooys sitting on rne steps In front of James Dougherty's store on the opposite corner. Roach said he did not have a gun on him when he asked Carvell to let Mrs. Sen nctt alone, which was shortly before 10 o'clock, but that he had one on him about 6:30 that night. He said he slapped Mrs. Sennott just before he met Carvell and asked Carvell what he had to say about it, to which Car veil replied that he had nothing to say. Roach identified a pi.-tol wnieh ne had on him about t:ft0 that night, but said he did not threaten to shoot Car vell for "two cents" at that time. He told the court that Night Watchman Thorn, of the Deep Water Route de pot, did not tell him and some boys to scatter and get away from the depot. Roach said he moved from the depot to the next corner, where he met sev eral boys, but was unable to name any of them except Toby Welsh. Roach said no rocks were thrown at Carvell and Sibbett while they were near the depot platform. When Roach left the corner of Garden and Coyle streets, he said he went to the corner of Romana and OeVilliers streets. t here he was shot by Carvell. He said he heard some one say. "Here comes Carvell with a gun," but said he did not say a word to Carvell be fore he was shot. Roach said he did not tell some boys "Let's go and get Carvell before he gets home." He said t'.at he did not make threats to "get" Carvell to Mrs. Sennetr either on the r.ight of the shooting r previous, but that Mrs. Sennott told him CarvelJ ha1 said he was goine io our Roaeh to pieces a few nights before the .shoot ing. Charlie W!sh. Charlie Welsh, a boy, said he wa across the street (from wher Roach was shot, but did not hear theni say anything. He did not Sie Roach pull a pistol. H- said Roach stood with him and a gang of boys for aoout live minutes before the shooting at the corner of Coyle and Garden streets, end then Roach went towards leVilliers street on Garden. He said none of the boys threw rocks ar Carvell and Sibbett. He said Roach was standing at the corner of Romana and De.Vil liers streets when Carvel; came up. Theodore Fredriehson. Theodore Fredriehson, a young man. said he was coming near the corner of Romana a.ni DeA'iliiers streets when Roach was shot, haring just left his home on Romana street, four doors from DeVilliers. lie saw Roach ahout twenty minutes before he was shot and was the first one to reach him after he was shot. Fredriehson said Clyde Roach gave him a pistol after .Adrian Roach was shot. The gun was given to him while they were standing close to where Roach was shot, but he did not know where Clyde Roach got it from. FVedrichson said he gave the gun to Joe Uraham. Baars Condon. Baars Condon said he saw Carvell shoot Roach and th;-tt when Roach fell Carvell pointed the gun towards crowd in front of James Dougherty's store, on the opposite corner. He said that Sibbett told him the day after the shooting while they were on a vessel at the Deep Water Route docks that ho told Carvell not to take the gun, but that Carvell took the weapon and went off with It. y Peter Vasso. Peter Vasso, employed in a store at the northeast corner of Romana and DeVilliers streets, identified a pistol which was handed to him as the one Joe Graham gave him about ten min utes after the shootln. He said Gra- I ham told him to keep It for him. Vasso said he did tail Officer Charles Clark that Theodore Fredriehson gave him the gun, but that he afterwards i rl'scovered that it wai Graham who gave him the revolver. Niflht Watchman Thorn, .xight Watchman Thorn, employed at the Deep Water Route depot, said he told Roach and others that he did not want any disturbance on the rail road property, and that Can-ell told him he would like to have the crowd moved from near the depot. Thorn said two rocks, weighing about one pound each, were thrown near the depot door as he came out of it. He raid he heard Roach s.y, ' Come on. boys. I'll get him yet, but did not know who he meant. He said the rocks were thrown at Crvell and Sibbett a they i amA on tho depot platform Thorn also said he h4ard .rrae one say. Tcni. if 1 were you. I w.riildji'r take that jrun." but he could inoi led wa.j maae tne remark. He PICNIC Volunteer Firemen's Association May 2, Kupfrian s Parkj Refreshments In i Abund ance. City Prices. Following is program day's Events : PARADE City Marshal and Platoon of Police Sheriff and Deputies Grand Marshal and Aides Pensacola Concert Band Local Militia City and County Officials in Automobiles Children of the Pearl Eagan Home in Carriages Wyers' Band W oolsey Hook and Ladder Co. Veteran Volunteer Kire mens' Association Queen Carriage Pensacola Fire Department Route of Parade To form on the north side of Garden street facing east, moving south on Palafox to Zarragossa, east on Zar ragossa to Jefferson, to the cit) hall where the May Oueen will be crowned by Mayor Reilly. Moving north to Government, west on Government to Palafox, north on Palafox to W right, west on Wright to Baylen, south on Baylen to Garden and disband. Prof. Xona Barrio's full orchestra to furnish dance mnsic. The following prizes will be given for perform ance indicated : , PRIZES Prize dance Silk parasol donated bv Mevcr lir ii V I V store, for lady: umbrella, donated by White and White, for eentleman. MiiIp rucp Pri70 $2 50 .Mine race rrizt. f i;l- rlnnatfri bv I) K no- p- Casll. UOIldlCU IM ,vufc,lc man. Bovs race Prize pair of shoes, donated by Josepli Coleman. Girls' race Prize, pair of shoes, donated by Watson, Parker & Reese. Other prizes arc: Pair military brushes, do nated by Crystal Pharmacy. Guitar Donated by Clut ter Music House. Others will be given. c"5d not erven say who the man was he saw leaving Mbbstt'fl house shortly after the remark was made. Thorn f-aid that Carvell returned to the depot aftr the shooting and told him that he had shot a man, hut he did not say why he shot the man. Thorn said that while he was standing about six feet from Roach under a light he saw Roach put both of his hands in his f oat pockets and pulled his coat up over his waist and that as he did this he saw what he thought was a re volver, but he would not swear that It was a revolver. Other Witnesses. Other witnesses who testified yes terday were Officer Charles Clark, Deputr Marshal Anderson, James Dougherty and Willie Smith, but their evidence did not bring out anything r.er 1n the case. Mr. Sennott to Testify. At 6 o'clock the court adjourned until 5:30 o'clock this morning, when ' rs. Sennott, over whom the shooting occurred, will be placed on the stand. The prosecution Is being conducted by C. Moreno Jones and the defense by R, Pope Reese. The hearing Is being held in the court of record room 1n the new county Jail on account of the !arg mt.uber of witnesses in the case. Wonderful 8kin Salve Bucklen's Arnica Salve is known everywhere; as the best remedy made for all diseases of the .skin, and also for burnf, bruises and boils. Reduces inflammation and Is soothing and healing. J. T. Sossaman. publisher of j Xerws. f Cornel tuf. W. I '.. writes thai onA box helped his serious athnewt I after othrreasedie felled. Only Me. Rocommpn'lAd b". W. a.' f'AIemvrte. druggist, 121 S. Palafox. tAdvJ NEWS OF THE MARKETS. Naval Stores Market. wvtnnm, April Th spirit of j". i n ipmu or opn1 and cloJLw mt, nith tales .-If and Mx-ks of IT- firm today at 36 ren -.it rasxs. Hernipt! shipments 16G cak 778 casks. Rosin opened and cjoird firm. Sal were S.137 barrels, receipts 2.337 berreM. shipments 30 harls and ?rt -ir of 47 -$" barrels. Quotations were as fo:io-t-- Orades. Open W. W m W. a a.ss N OA Clne 6.J 6.0' A . ) S.oo 4JIQ 4. . I 4 M 4 0 4 0" 4.5.0 M K. k r. r. B. 5.50 jx 4.8e 4.70 4 60 4.C0 4.60 4.60 Pensacola Cotton Market. Ths, following: roport Is rumlahed dallv for the Pensacola Journal by Harris Allison A Co., Cotton Marrhnnta. Pen sacola. Via..: iood middling 11 7 Strict middling 11 Jt-4 Middling II I Strict low middling 111-4 Low middling 10 5-S NEW YORK MARKET. Open. Noon Mar 11.S0A3S U 34 Tuly 11.30S2 11.84 October ...ln.MffSl l(l.4 'lone 11.393 4i 10.87 la New York Stocks. I rvew rorK. April ::o. New. from abroad wae less depressing than yeatc -day and the Improvement In sentlmat; there eauired advance on the principal iKiursee. Having a definite influence to work on, apart from the fact that a re action wai to be expected aiter a weak incessant selling, traders forced a tem porary upturn. Special Influence hampered the ad. vaneo In certain stoeke. Including South ern Pacific which was dc-prenued by the adverse decision in the Orri;rn-Califi'r-nla land grant case. Th tee! earn ings were disappointing to trading, but the stock was carried up hy the de mand from the shorts. The rise wan not effective Jn stimulating activity on the long side of the market and stork soon began to sag. a number of icnv priced shares touching new low figures on the reactoln. Honds were heavy. Speculative lead r:j showed 1n a more decided fashion the effect" of the contin uous stream of liquidation elsewhere and prices in some Instances receded to yesterdajr's closing. New Haven broke 2 1-4 to 108. a new low record. The market met support n round yes terday's fins! prices and the list worked upward again. Not much improvement occurred In the weak features. There were several additional points of heavi ness In the specialties. The market closeo heavv. Selling ol investment stocks, such as New Havet and Louisville A Nashville and less encouraging views of the steel trade outlook prompted offerings for both sc. counts were In the' late dealings. Spec lal wpakncin showed tn the Southern and southwestern group iwrticularly Missouri Pad lb- . New York Cotton. New Tork. April 30. Ootton fut. re opened barely steady at a decline of to 8 points on easier cable than OU4 nnfavom hie Kuropean political advice and a favorable weather map. July n.i later deliveries rruide new low groult"' for the movement on h call, but thei was heavy covering at the decllr-. Prices rallied 2 or 3 points from the lowest shortly after the cll. May was relatively firm selling up to last night's close on a little further covering by scattered ahorts. The official forecasts were for fair weather throughout the entire belt to night and tomorrow, but the mark' i continued to Improve during ihe mlrldi of the morning until prices had recoi -ered to practically the close figure of last night. Houses with Southern con nections continued selling and win in I demand from shorts slackened some- ' what, prices again .sashed with the ac- j i . i v. . . . . n - -. ,.-,.!, j live pOBlllUIJB I7LIJ I IV I )"HH ... . at midday. The market was steadier during the early afternoon and continued covering and rather a better demand from trarh interests and reactionists. There was no change In the weather or crop newn. but r-lces graduall" worked up to a n- 0 . ofnotJ1. 4 points on July whn new . rops nuii to it:nn u I two of last niKht'n cUislnn figures point or rvittnn snot closed ault. MiddMrtg up lands, 11. SO; middling gulf l?0.r. Sales 10 bales. SAM CHARLES Shoes Halt-Soled In 15 Mlnutss. Called Fir and Delivered. NJFF BED." 511 South Palafox Pensacola, St. Andrews and Gulf St--"-nsbin Co. 8TEAMER TARPON FIRST CLASS PAJWEWUI AND FREIGHT SERVICE. Between PENSACOLA. MOBILE, APALACHI j COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. AN DREWS, PANAMA CITY, MILLVILLE. And All Points on 8t. Andrews Bay, Carrabelle and Apalachiesla. SCHEDULE: Leaves Pensacola, Sunday 8:30 p. m, for Mobile, Ala. Leaves Mobile, Monday 7:30 p. m. Leaves Pensecola Tuesday 6:00 p. m., for St. Andrews, Millville, Apa alohieola, Carrabelle and Intermediate Points. R. J. REAGER, General Freight and Passenger Agent, Pensacola, Fla. Phone 653. SPECIAL I Strawberry Short Cak. all kinds of Fancy Cakes, Hot Rolls snd Coffee. KANDY KITCHEN KO. For Sale 8 or 10 head of mules. Cheap if sold quick. MOORE ICE CO. im f aaf j n , T WleOleMle and Retail Ice. .rhOnCS 59 and 259. I r i