THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1913.
Really now, if you had
a Safety Deposit Box
couldn't you dispense
with a whole lot of un
necessary worry? They
only cost $2 a year.
American National Bank
United States, State and County Depository. Sole Penaacola's Postal Sav
Think of this market
and let us offer sugges
tions in fresh vegeta
bles and fresh Western
504 S. Palafox Street.
FRANK WELLES AND JOHN ENG
STROM SAID TO HAVE EXCEED
ED LIMIT ON EAST GADSDEN
STREET YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.
We sell the best of Ladies'
and Men's clothing on time
as cheap as others sell for
cash. . Try the modern way.
Galin's, 26 S. Palafox.
3HL jSLr-JL Li
We Buy and Sell All Sections.
The Journal will pay $5.00 reward for
evidence sufficient to convict any boy or
person found stealing subscribers' papers
j wi .a i ns u carrier
The Phunmakers announce that they
will postpone their regular monthly
meeting Monday night, so that the
members can attend the repeat per
formance of "Pensy Plazy," as a com
pliment to the Carnival Association,
for whose benefit the performance Is
Friends of Postmaster A. G. Fell
were glad to see him out on the
streets again yesterday after - being
confined to his home for the past ten
days on account of illness.
W. C. Price, of Marlanna, is in the
city, registering at the San Carlos
R. E. Johnson, of Troy, Ala., arriv
ed yesterday and is at the San Car
le. H. 1 Berry, of Sonthport Is at the
C. J. Harris, of Gainesville is at the
J. W. Allen of Birmingham is at the
Mr. W. C. Grout, of Boston, former
ly on the Boston Herald, is in the city
on a visit to his sister, Mrs. A. L.
Peake, and is a guest at the home of
Mr. E. W. Peake. He will spend sev
eral days In this city.
Frank "Welles and John Enstrom
were arrested yesterday on the charge
of exceeding the speed limit while
riding motorcycles on East Gadsden
street yesterday afternoon. Their
cases will be called in the recorder's
court this morning.
The affidavits against Welles and
Engstrom were made by Detail Officer
Robbery of Wealthy
of a Giant Bandit,
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BWbbs Yes, I took her out to sup
per, and the bill came to $14.80.
Slobbs Why, she told me she didn't
eat anj- more than a bird.
Blobbs Well, an ostrich is a bird,
you know. Philadelphia Record.
Rate Roach Paste
Exterminates Cockroaches quickly and
Also Eats, Mice, Waterbugs, etc.
Sold by Druggists, 25c and 1.00
r aent direct, charges prepaid, on receipt of price.
MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS
Stesnuf Electric Psste Co Cbicago,X0
lets. One bullet struck Short's fore
head, another went through an arm
and a third lodged in his knee.
ROBBER IS FOLLOWED.
Short fell back In his berth and the
robber fled towards the rear of the
train. Passengers in the other cars
aroused by the shots followed , him.
They saw him back out of the door
of the observation car and drop from
the train, which was Just being brought
to a stop. He left blood stains In the
aisles and on the car platform and
the passengers said he appeared to be
badly hurt. It was believed that two
of the bullets fired by Short struck
C. G. Gibson, conductor in charge of
the train, when he heard the shooting
seized a pistol and accompanied by a
porter, a brakeman and express mes
senger started for the Pullman car.
Before they could clear the aisles of
passengers so they could use their
weapons, the robber had leaped rom
An ambulance took Short to a hos
pital. Physicians there said while his
wounds were serious, they ola not
consider them fatal.
Short is one of the wealthiest mine
owners of Jasper county, operating
zinc and lead mines in that district.
Six years ago he was a miner working
SHORT MAKES STATEMENT.
Short was able to make a statement
after his arrival at the hospital.
"I had two pocketbooks concealed in
my berth, he said, "one containing a
thousand dollars In currecy and in the
other were Just a few dollars. It is
my custom to divide my money in this
manner when traveling with & large
sum. I had always figured m case of
a robbery that I would surrender the
purse containing the smaller sum.
When the robber shook me and de
manded my money, I was for an in
stant confused and only about half
awake. During this interval I moved
the pillow and shoved back the covers
exposing the purse containing the
larger amount. Realizing what I had
done. I tried to hide the purse In the
bed clothes again, hut the robber was
too quick for me.
" 'What was that? he asked the
porter. "A pocketbook," was the an-
"Reach in and get It,' the" robber
commanded and despite my efforts to
prevent It, the porter grabbed the
purse and handed it to the robber.
"As he turned away I got my pistol
from under the pilow and began shoot
ing at him. He returned the fire and
"He failed, however, to get a dia
mond ring valued at $2,000 and seven
twenty-dollar gold pieces, which were
In a pocket of my trousers."
FARMERS TO SUE
Allege That the Directors Have Mis
managed Company's Affairs and ask
that They be Restrained from Sell
ing More Stock.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Chicago, May 2. A suit -directed at
the Independent Harvester Company,
a $10,000,000 corporation with a plant
at Piano, 111, was filed In the district
court here today.
The bill of complaint was filed by a
committee said to represent 27,000
farmers who hold stock in the com
pany. It charges the directors of the
company with misrepresentation in
selling stock, mismanagement of the
company's affairs and requests that
the defendants 'be restrained from sell
ing more stock and from interfering
with the plaintiffs investigation of the
Stock of the aggregate value of $,
000,000 is said to be held by farmers
and it is alleged that they were duped
into paying $15 to $25 a share more
than the stock wa3 worth,
PICNIC BY THE
ATTENDANCE AT PARK GROUNDS
GOOD DURING DAY EXCITING
EVENT OF DAY WAS TEN-MILE
MOTORCYCLE RACE PARADE
OPENED DAY'S EVENTS.
LOAD A SOLID
BIG SHIPMENT WILL BE CARRIED
TO LIVERFOOL ON THE STEAM
SHIP LORD LONSDALE, WHICH
ARRIVED HERE YESTERDAY.
Starting with a parade at 10 o'clock
In the morning, the annual celebration
of the Veteran Volunteer Firemen's
Association yesterday proved to be a
success in every particular, and such
opinion was expressed last night by
members of committees at Kupfrian's
The parade was followed immediate
ly by crowds which early began board
ing electric cars for the picnic
grounds, and all day there was a good
attendance. Cars were operated until
after midnight In order to care for
hundreds who remained late on the
An exciting feature of a program of
sports was the ten-mile motorcycle
race, which was won by H. Suggs.
Fast time was made. E. Aiken and B.
Smith were two other contestants.
"William Bond and Miss Sybil Ward
won the prize dance.
HAD BIG FIRE I
Another large shipment of rosin will
be made from Pensacola within the
next week or ten days, when the
British steamship Lord Lonsdale will
clear with a full cargo for Liverpool,
the shipment being made by the
American Naval Stores Company.
The Lord Lonsdale arrived yester
day from Savannah and was docked
at Tarragona street wharf, where her
cargo will be loaded. The steamer
has a net tonnage of 2,895 and is in
command of Captain Forster.
Steamship Veniero Arrived.
The Italian steamship Veniero, Cap
tain Gallo, arrived here yesterday from
Galveston 'to complete her cargo. She
is consigned to John A. Merrltt & Co
The Veniero has on board 5,789
square and 370 round bales of cotton,
a large quantity of iron and steel scrap
and 2,650 tons of phosphate rock. She
is bound for Genoa.
Immense Auditorium Totally Lost and
City Building Was Threatened.
BT ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Montgomery, Ala., May 2. A fire
started In the city's immense audi
torium at 1:20 o'clock this afternoon
and practically destroyed the audi
torium. The flames spread to the ad
joining city building which was badly
d am aged. The whole fire department
or the city was called out.
Generals Are Reported to Have Joined
the Revolutionary Movement
BT ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Eagle Pass, Texas, May 2. Last
night's Mexico City reports that the
Huerta generals, Trucy Aubert and
Rauagol, have joined the revolutionary
movement in north Mexico give added
weight to a report from the Carranza
headquarters, opposite here in Mexico,
that active campaigning by the Huerta
troops had ceased. This report was
circulated Monday, since when nothing
more has been heard at this point.
Monday's report declared General Au
bert and General Lopez, both cam
paigning in Coahuila, Carranza's home
state, were negotiating to join Car
ranza. General Rabago Is fighting a
different branch of the constitutionalists.
A TITANIC SURVIVOR
Key West, FJa., May 2. George
Harding ,a survivor of the Titanic dis
aster who helped to row one of the
life boats to the Carpathia, attempt
ed suicide by Jumping from the boom
pf a schooner here today. His mind
appears to have been affected by the
terrors of that disaster. He was res
cued and Is in a hospital here now in
a serious condition.
Bowmanrllle, May 2. Mr. and Mrs.
Ollie Brewton returned Monday from
Milton, where they have been visiting
friends and relatives the last week.
Messrs. Oscar Ward and "Wallace
Graham from Walnut Hill, spent
Mrs. Charley Beasley, from Floma
ton, Ala., spent last week with her
daughter, Mrs. Irvin Brewton.
Mrs. Nora Fowler is visiting rela
tives in Pensacola.
Misses Ora and Evelyn Bowman,
Messrs. Richard and Victor Bowman
and Union Enterkin attended prayer
meeting at McDavid Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ward of Barth,
spent the week-end with Mrs. Ward's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Enterkin.
Miss Ora Bowman spent Saturday
afternoon In McDavid, the guest of her
sister, Mrs. W. P. Bowman.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ward, of Barth,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
Enterkin Sunday, Mrs. Ward's parents.
Mr. Thos. Chambers and sister. Miss
Anna, spent Sunday very pleasantly at
the home of Mr. Abraham Brewton.
Mr. Victor Bowman is home again.
after spending the winter in Atmore,
Ala., attending school.
Misses Evelyn and Ora Bowman.
Messrs. Richard and Victor Bowman
and Union Enterkin went to Pleasant
Grove Sunday for preaching, but on
account of the death of Mr. Acy Fill
in gim, there was no preaching.
after supper sale
7 to 10
Saturday at the
BRAWNER - RIERA COMPANY
Men's Socks 3 pairs to customer LOOK LADIES !
After supper Dress Patterns of gingham. Af-
5c p3.lt tCr upper (one t0 a customer.)
Men's side seam Drawers. After
75c Mens' Shirts, slightly soiled.
33C p3.it sizes. After Supper
Boys' black Easy Walkers. Very 35c Cacll
Best grade. After Supper
AQr Ladies' Hose black and white,
tTZrC p31r summer weight. After Supper
Boys' Hose. Fast black. All 6C paif
sizes. After Supper .
8C pailT 1,000 Sheets Toilet Paper. After
Ladies ! Look! Summer Un- 7c
dervests. After Supper
6c each Bleached Domestic. After Sup-
New Silks, all colors. After Sup-r
per Sale DC YtCX
25C the yard Shoes for the entire family
Infant's plaid top Socks. Fancy AFTER SUPPER,
new and up-to-now. After Supper At your own price. Come in
- 0 . and look. Largest Shoe Store in
13C pair Pensacola.
To Wage War on
House Fly and Mosquito
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tlous diseases and then going direct
to your food, to your drink, to the
lips of your sleeping children, or per-
I haps to a small open wound on your
hands or face.
Germs deposited in milk multiply
very fast; therefore milk should never
be exposed to flies, and
Whereas, the city has outlined and
prepared a campaign against flies, the
cooperation of all citizens Is earnestly
requested In destroying this disease
disseminating insect, by placing their
rirp,misi In a sanitary condition and
destroying the breeding places of these
Insects, or by the use of dlsmrectants.
swatters, or any other means, to rid
our city of exposure to this death
dealing disease germ carrier.
ADRAIN E. L.ANGFORD j
Wilson Talks to Legislators
About the Tari".
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dewt's speech last night which be
characterized as one of denunciation
01 the leglslatui-e. At the president's
request he pointed out what portions
of the speech he considered denuncia-
SWAT TM E FLY?
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' y nt it, 1,
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tory those In which the president
said that he thought some of the legis
lators had acted in bad faith with ref
erence to the measure.
The president listened intently and
then, it is reported, he replied:
"That's not denunciation; those are
facts." He was surprised, he added,
according to those who attended the
meeting, that Mr. McDermott had seen
ft "to put the cap on."
At this point the assemblyman
sought to cross-examine the president
in an endeavor to pin him down spe
cifically as to the nature of the bill
he thought should be enacted, but Mr.
Wilson sat down, refusing to answer.
Acting Governor Fielder here stepped
into the breach and said calming
In the lobby of the Carteret club af
terward there was a heated discussion
of the incident. Several legislators
criticized Mr. McDermott for what
they called a breach of etiquette.
White & White
20 S. Palafox St.
PASSED SAND KEY.
May 1 4 p. m., steamer Texan,
bound east; 10 p. m., steamer Alta-
homeu bound west; midnight, steamer
Perfection, with tow, bound west.
Ital ss Veniero, 3308, Gallo, Oftlves
ton to John A Merrltt & Co.
Br ss Lord Lonsdale, 2895, Forster,
Savannah to American Naval Stores
Nor m Soutra, 1771, Gunderson, for
Greenock with 216 tons bunker coal.
Nor ss Soutra for Greenock.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Veniero. Ttal. 3308. Gallo, Galveston
to John A. Mreritt & Co.
Ixrd LonsdaJe. Br, 2883, Forster Sa
vannah to American Naval Store Co.
Glencliffe. Br, 2295, CUvrkson, St.
Vincent to Rlx M. Robinson.
Vlttorla Br, 17M, Smith. New-port,
England, to Pensacola Shipping Co.
Derwenthal, Br, 2514, Jenss, Mobile,
to M. A. Quina Export Co.
Brookwood. 2820, Evans, Newport
Mon. to H. Baars & Co.
Hyltonla. Br, 1194, Smith, Villareai,
Portugal, to John A. Merrltt A. Co.
Strathearron. Br, 2982. Hutchinson.
Newport News to Penaaoola Lumber
Alfredo. Urg, 987, Cap all, Havana,
to J. Garriga.
tmatra, Rus, 594, Karlsoon, Maderta
to J. Garriga.
Fenlee, ItaL 1279. PeUerano, Rio Ja
neiro to Rosa sco Bros.
GoMfleld, Am. 25, Wrton, Mobile
Elizabeth Gilbert, Am, 482, Chipman,
Havana to order.
Joseph P. Cooper, 28, Beaachamp,
Havana to Florida Cypress Co.
Donna Christina, Am, 165, Peterson,
Saturday, May 3, 1913.
Consomme wKh NoorJi
Puree of Lnt) aJla Brounnls
Baken Red ftnappwr St. Augustine
Baked Pork and Beans Boston
Calf's Brains St. Florintlne au
MashM Potato! or Fried weets
Hot Siaw Oeman f-tvin
Ralad J fcwmrt
Tern Coffea Muk
One half dozan ayatera rvd on
half ahetl with ttria lunch 15 centa
Aux Cayes to John A Merrltt A Co.
Nordee, Nor, 1617, Umm, Rio Ja
neiro to Pensacola Lumber Co.
The Woman of It.
The St. Paul Dispatch Quotes this
"Then you refuse me?" he asked
"I do. John" answered the maiden.
"Is It because I have no fortune.
-Not ail all."
"In It my looks T'
"Te-e-e-a I have Just been reading
that people who marry grow to look
like each other, and although I lov
yon. John, I I I really don't think I
oould stand to look like you."
"You silly girl." he exclaimed.
Maybe It will be I who will grow to
look like yon."
"Oh, John." she said Joyously. "I
never thought of that. I'm sure it
would be great for us to look like each
other, wouldn't It? Won't you plaa
Wonderful Skin 8alv
Buoklen'a Arnica. Sa.hr la known.
everywhere as the best remedy nuuk
for all diseases of the skin, and a.lso
for bums, bruiaea and boils. Reduces
infiamma.tlon tunA Is soothing and
healing. J. T. Sossaman, publisher of
News, of Cornelius, N. C, writes that
one box helped his aorlous ailment,
after other remedied failed. Only 26c, j
Recommended by W. A. DAJembert
druggist, 121 S. Palafox. (Adv.)l
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