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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1913.
3. t Your bervice! This bank takes care of your savings, pays you 4 interest (compounded quarterly) on your money, and when you get ready to invest your sur plus, we stand ready to give you unprejudiced ad vice as to how to put it out to the best advantage. We are a Government Depository ' American National Bank its i that . stand for purity, and absolute honesty in quality and quantity. Our groceries are the very best, our prices are unbettered. , Many -special holiday items are here and you can find suggestions for the holidays now. Call and see us. Susppiy Store ' Cor. Gregory and 9th Avenue. Phone 973. A vui. oiuic win uc : upcii until 8 o'clock at night to accommodate Christmas shoppers that can't come in the day time. Galin's, 26 S. Jt JL iL-a Lis OUR SPECIAITY We Buy end Soil All Sections. Metzger Brothers, MOBILE. ALA. TERSELY TOLD. $5.00 REWARD. The Journal will pay $5.00 reward for evidence sufficient to convict any boy or person found stealing subscribers' papers after delivery of same by carrier. M. 1 Flelshel of Jacksonville Is among1 the Florida visitors stopping at the San Carlos hotel. J D. "W. Darden of rkthan, Ala-, is araonf the visitors to the Deep Water City. He is registered at the San Car los hotel. ' ..''' Charles A Dexter of rexland is spending a day or so among his friends her He is a guest at tho San Carlos hotel s Among the Alabamians here today is II. O. Penson of Mobile. George B. Gowdy of Jacksonville Is rmong the late arrivals at the San Carlos hotel. Miss Cassie Hathaway of Flomaton Is among the guests of the San Carlos hotel. Airs. H. P. Doaton of Harold is a visitor to the Deep Water City. While here she Is stopping at the San Carlos hotel. '. C. II. Simpson, the well known man .ger of the Arcadia Farms, is among those registered at the San Carlos. Among the prominent guests of the Pan Carlos hotel is John Milton, Jr., of Marianna. District Attorney E. C. Love of Quin cy ia among the late arrivals at the San Carlos hotel. . . . D. K. Flipplnger of Freeport Is in the city on business. He is stopping at the San Carlos. A fishing and hunting party, com posed of Judge Kirke Monroe. Hon. C Moreno Jones, Assistant United States Attorney Phillip Beau ana Judge w. x Johnson, returned Sunday night from Mary Esther, where several days were spent. - The American schooner Norwich was libelled yesterday by T. I Hand, who claimed the vessel is due him money for making repairs and supplying ma terial. The United States marshal's office served the papers on the ves sel. HOTEL ARRIVALS. San Carlos J. A. Carr, Hattles burg Miss.; W. P. Cosgrose, Mem phis; C. G Beard, New Orleans; Ed gar H. Tamar. New Orleans; M. I. Flelshel. Jacksonville; F. K. Krause, Chicago; J. A. McDonnell, New York; D. W. Daiden, Dothan, Ala.; Kenneth E. Knowles, New York; W. O. Pipen brink. Chicago, I1L; Miss Helen Fre diriu. New York city; C. M. Ken doll. New York; C. A. KItchings. At lanta; G. S. Maury, Palestine, Texas; W. H . Newcomb, Chicago; D. B. r " l J '""X A.T.FJNS mn - PO OTV'EASaEr Only a Few Anna Belle Dolls Are Left. The Journal's Anna Belle Doll offer will not last much longer. Only a few dolls are left and when those are gone, no more will be ordered. , All that is necessary to secure a set of these beautfull dolls Is to send , in a 50-cent Want Ad , and you get the full set of three one large and two small dolls. Many have taken advantage of the offer and have made money by the Want Ad. Only a few more dolls are left and you must get yours soon or it won't toe here when you call. The Jour nal's Want Ad Way is the way to get the dolls. The Pensacola Journal West Florida's Great Morning Dally Farfgasm, Jri, Memphis, Tenn.: G C. Doctor, Orange City; F. Meroato, New Orleans; S. S. Hanney, Jr., tiuirport. Miss.; J. B. Graus, Chicago; Chas. W. Dexter, Dexland: H. O. McElrue, Montgomery; N. J. Roth. St. Louis; H. O. Penson. Mobile; J. M. Shackleford Birmingham, Ala.: J. T. Watson, St. Louis; S. G. Weinburge, Mobile, Ala.; . w. H. Foster, Mobile; J. E. Gilpin, Mobile; Geo. E. Gowdy, Jacksonville; L. J. Sage, Rochester, New York; W. B. Ford. Decater, 111.; S. H. McKenzle, Alabama; J. W. Elliott, New York city; H. T. Olsen. Copenhagen: Miss Cassie Hathaway, flomaton; Mrs. H. P. Deaton, Har old, Fla.; C. II. Simpson, Aisadia Far cus; E. C. Toombs,. Birmingham; Jno. Milton, Jr.. Marianna; E. C. Love, Quincy. Fla.; D. K. Clippinger, Free port, Fla.; J. A. Ozburn, Atlanta, Ga. IMMIGRATION BILL WAS REPORTED I Tbe Antiser c powder shaken lato th- sn.Vh f andaurd Bern- f iy tor the feci for a rtfJ V .i-i-i c-nntTy. 30,000 testimonials. Sou i- ir4-Mrk. evtcv-wher, 25c. Sample FREE- AiWrni, Allen s. wTOted. Le Rov, NY. RUB nv it. K MJ IB ST S 1 BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington. Dec. 15. With an over whelming majority in its favor, the Burnett immigration bill, including a literacy test such as was vetoed by President Taft, was ordered reported today by the house Immigration com mittee. The committe. cleared up its differen ces relating tajmilitant suffragists,, ad vocates of sabotage and forms of viol ence, by adopting an amendment which provides for the deportation of "any alien who at any time within three years after entry shall be found In the United States advocating or teaching the unlawful destruction of property or advocating or teaching the over throw of organized government or the assassination of any public official." That, it was agreed, would Include advocates of sabotage, anarchists or militant suffragists who migth advo cate destruction of property. The committee did not adopt any special amendment relating to the ex clusion of Asiatics, leaving that to the general provisions of the bill relating to the requirements for naturalization. It was stated, however, that questions relating to the Asiatic immigration would be taken up with the state de partment. ' There is more of human interest in The Journal's "Want Ad .Way" page than in any other part of the pa per. GREAT NUMBER TO VIEW "MONA LISA" PUBLIC O Oil GRILL BY THE GRIDIROfl CLUB Cheap and Easily Made, But Ends a Cough Quickly How to Plalte the Very Beat Cemgli Remedy at Home. . IT ally Vnarantecd. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Florence, Italy, Dec. 15. So great is the crowd of people striving to obtain a view of Da Vinci's painting "Mona Lisa," that the authorities have been obliged to remove many of the busts and statues from the Uffizl gallery to prevent them from being overturned and broken during the struggle to get near the picture. Resentment is vigorously expressed in many quarters at the action of the Italian government in returning the picture to France. PRESS REPRESENTATIVES AT NATIONAL CAPITAL GATHER AT ANNUAL DINNER AND MERRY WITH LEADING MEN AS TARGETS FOR FUN. This pint of cough syrup is easilv made at home and saves you about $2.00 as compared with ordinary cough reme dies. It relieves obstinate coughs even whoopinjr cough quickly, and is splen did, too, for bronchial asthma, spas- mooic croup ana noarseness. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with ! pint of warm water, and stir for 2ri r a i , t . - t- minutes. Put 2Va ounces of Pinex (fiftv V aJUe Of the Nations rour- vcruba vvi ju e in injitic, una. add , CROPS OF YEAR ilSI VALUABLE EVERPRODUCED BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. "Washington, Dec. 15. How the United States would be governed un der a Mexicanized administration; how the appetites of the hungry office seeker should be appealed;- the secret of the perennial domination of Tam many, and the best way to dispose of undesirable statesmen were some of the questions which the Gridiron club undertook to answer in humorous vein before a goodly company of distin guished guests Saturday at its annual December dinner. Few of the comnany escaped the the Suffar Svrun. Take a teasnormfnl MAKE! every one, two or three hours. Tastes! uooa. i This takes right hold of a cough and! f rives almost instant relief. It stimu-;' ates the appetite, and is slightly laxa-j tive both excellent features. j Pinex, as perhaps you know, is ft! most valuable concentrated compound of j Norway white pine extract, rich in : guaiacol and the other natural healing! pine elements. i teen Principal Crops This Year Aggregate Over Four Billion Dollars, Ac cording to Estimates BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washinsrtnn. Teo. 15 The cotton and iso other preparation win do the work! corn crops this year axe the most vai of Pinex m this mixture, although ! riabJe ever produced. The value of strained honey can be used instead of i the nation's fourteen principal crops the sugar syrup, if desired. i this year aggregates four billion, nine Thousands of housewives in the United ! hundred and forty million, three hun States and Canada now use this Pinex! dred and one thousand dollars. These end Sugar Syrup remedy. This plan has-figures were given out today by the de often been imitated, but the old success; partment of agriculture in the final ful combination has never been equaled.-estimates of the acreage, production Its low cost and quick results have made ard value. it immensely popular. This shows an increase cf nearly one A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, j hundred and eighty-three million over shafts of wit. Vice President Marshal!,! er money promptly refunded, goes withjtne Kame crops last year and nearly true preparation. xour aruggis nas three hundred and fifty-one millions jfinex, or will get it lor you. it not, over 1911. based on the prices paid Secretary Bryan and leaders in senate and house came in for a share on tne gridiron but it was evident that no one enjoyed the grilling more than the victims themselves. Prospective candidates for presiden tial nomination surely must have been discourajred at the trotibles and uncer tanit'es ahead of them, when the American government is conducted on the Mexican plan, as disclosed in the opening skit. An extra edition or an evening newspaper announced: "erave Crisis in American Affairs. IT. S Mexicanized. Old Order Superseded Dictator Takes Reins of Government Whereupon appeared in the dining hall an army clad in ragged but gaudy uniforms, headed by Bryanna, Bry anna, followed closely by one Tu- multo, with the announced purposeof giving an exemplification of Mexican methods as applied to American af fairs. Bryanna Bryanna "Viva Mexico." Tumulto ''What's the Irish of it? I can't talk Spanish.' B. B. "Well you and your chief have been walking Spanish for some time. According to approved Mexican stan dards I have grabbed the presidency. Voice from Rear That's the only way you could get It. Tne dictator then appropriated all X i i. A. . me money in me treasury, ana or dered the execution of a few congress men., When urged to save a few for the next holiday he replied: "We can begin on the supreme court tomor row." Vice-President Marshallera anneared and explaining that he had heard there was a vacancy at the White House, claimed his rights. He was, however, promptly ejected by the dictator with the reark: - "Rights! Why the only right you have is to wonder about the president's state of health, and I am -very-well." Alter increasing his own salarv. cryanna .tsryana made all his army generals; told them he could not nav ana sent mem out to kill Chamcero larKiste. But mat astute leader won over the army with promise of pay ana marcning into tne nail, overthrew Jtsryana ana . ordered his execution r which sentence, however, he was im pelled to make worse by adding, "cut his vocal cords." Hardly had . the new dictator no. sumea omce ana killed Senators O'Gor mano, Reedavera and HitrhlroVn - fore the army which has bee noutside neaucmg Senor Brvana's ineomA at its source," returned headed hv an other pretenderthis time "William Alsorandolph Hersta" who the presidency on the srround of "the muuon acres i own in Mexico, that want this country to nrnt(Mt w ordered the army to kill Clarklsta. who uitieny repnea: "Too late. That's wnat your support did to me at Bal timore. Hersta seizing the reins of nower announced that he wanted to inter vene somewhere, and when Tumulto nam. x nre s no war at present,", re plied: "Start one then and sav I did Then stop it and say I stopped it." it. PRESIDENT WILL NAME CLEMENTS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, Dec 5. Pres. Wilson practically has decided to re-appoint Judson C. Clements, of Georgia, as a member of the interstate commerce commission.' He will soon announce the names of those succeed the late John H . Marble and Charles A. Prouty. The latter will become di rector of physical valuation of rail road property. Persons close to the White House say the president not only did not wish to interfere " with the composi tion of the Interstate commerce com mission, which is hearing the appli cation of the Eastern railways for - a live per cent increase in freight rates, but notwithstanding Mr. Clements' advancing age, believes him eminently qualified to continue in office. WHITE PYTHIANS WITHDRAW CASE BY ASSOCIATED , PRESS. Washington, Dec. 15. -The contest between the white and negro lodges of Knights of Pythias In Tennessee over the use of the organization name came to a close today when the white lodges informed the supreme court that their contention that a decision in the Ten nessee courts gave them exclusive right to use the name, was erroneous. Their action was based probably upon a decision of the supreme court last year in contest between white and negro lo& in Georgia. Moosebullera an.nea.rAd fnr th v. time to "demand his ria-hts" hut tied away when Hersta threatened to uriin. iuu reports or his speeches. t jnai time tne fickle minded army had been taken hv "Uattia nK t- Follette," who assumed command on the claim that "He is the only honest man in public life." w hn,. , . - W.XUIOl ISUl iiuiaior nersta with the declaration: a ui jjematea universal noaoa T.r- 1 . J j-rom me. i am the orig inal trust buster. Rvn-vhn. v,... mg them now and thev KtM. fi-ir I "wanted the progressive nom ination ior president. The Bull Moose iar8hIr'a aain fcofcbed up shout tf??' The constitution says wfthn te 7, ""i!r ror several years" Marshallera retired finally puon be ing presented with an enorrnZ? turl frff hal the. company recovered from such a fearful dream of Mexl canization when furthr di " Tr? &L udtn ; appearance" of ,.wnos. snrieks of ." V" " 'en ami demand for a seat of honor were finally subdued by tellt"-Prsldent'8 offer of hospi tality, when he was warned that wo men now vote in ten states. . Taking the public into Its confi ftTPf lhe Grldlron club openly in itiated five new members into mem bership They were B. A . Fowler f the New York Sun; Arthur B Brocit To, th ue Courler-journaJ- SS?. T3y& 0t the San Francesco Post; Fred Essary of the Baltimore Sun and Thomas w. BrahanTof te White House offices. y The Initiation was to have been con ducted by the Federal Reserve Board, iii2fr"... maw, i avii T,a A WHITE STRIPED MADRAS A. 1 flH' COLLARS send to The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. mar, Col. Mulhall, Jack Johnson. Wil liam Sulzer and Charles F. Murphy, headed by General Coxey but those gentlemen fell into a general quarrel when they attemptd to hold a meeting. President Kauffman of the club or dered the admission of the candidates to membership upon payment of their dues. But it seemed they were un able to meet that condition. Said Candidate Fowler: "The ad ministration's policy of 'pitiless pub licity' has been so secretive that we can't get any news, and we've lost our jobs." Askey why then they had be come candidates he added: "We relied on President Wilson. Listen to what he wrote in 'The New . Freedom (Reads) 'Let there be light. It is necessary to poen all the processes of politics. They have been too se cret; too complicated: too round about; they have consisted too much ot private conferences and secret un derstanding " s Chairman: "Surely you got plenty of news after that!" Krock: "Not much. Listen to the order issued by Secretary Daniels: (Reads) 'The Secretary of the Navy directs that all articles and informa tion for the press be submitted to aim before being given out.' " Sweet to the ears of the hungry of fice seekers were the strains of "La Grande Duchesse" as rendered by cc.e numerous music committee of the Grid Iron club. Set to the old score, was the stirring tale entitled "The Ax of Adlai." The skirt opened with the entrance of a winsome lass. She was introduced as "Miss Democracy" in search of a quite place to "tend to her knitting." She "thought the White House would afford me shelter: but weddings turn the place belter skel ter." Attended by a . chorus of old friends and poor relations, she- sings: Once I was quiet and subdued, Not in the best society. With great respect I now am viewed A model of propriety." Asked what knitting employed her skill. Miss Deocracy replied: Tve' Just crocheted a lovely tariff bill. A motto I embroidered cites these facts, God bless our homes but damn the income tax." A civil service examination was held to determine the fitness of the manv democratic applicants for the job of one lone republican postmaster. This was greatly against the will of the ap plicants, who chanted their dissent to that famous old air, "Ah. our 1'aime les illtaries." The examination displaced the repub lican postmaster but the process was declared to be too slow wherefor Miss Democracy was obliged to vield to the general demand for "the one weapon that fills the bill the ax that Adlal used with strength and. skill and the curtain fell to this ringing chorus: Bring forth the cleaver, the cleaver, the cleaver. Bring forth the cleaver, the cleaver of our sires, "Bring forth the cleaver, the cleaver, the cleaver, We'll drop em and chop em, The one way to stop "em. That meets our desires.. Timely and topical ballads, parodies on men and things In the public ce. lightened the courses of the dinner. Here was a verse from "Let Them Go:" If Roosevelt yearns for the Junsrle. Let him go, let him go, let him go, If we could somehow get a hunch To invite old Huerta down to lunch, Where the Amazon's waters flow, Theodore might show Huerta where to go,' Let him go, let him go, let him go." the farmers on December 1 The acreage was almost three hun dred million acres, five million over last year. The com crop averages $15.96 per acre and cotton $20.19. If A IIUTC DIES AFTER e Cigarette of f I I I I I ! I I Here is a fine old brand that never varies in quality. During all the years of its great success it has never once lowered its original high standard. Always made of choice leaf, selected for its unusual mildness, and ripe, mellow richness, Piedmont is a cigarette Imitators have never been able to equal.. Whole coupon in each package. t f f S 4 4 i i e i ! t i i J 4 I I I J IOi.'S SUPERINTENDENT OF LIFE SAV ING SERVICE OF THIS DISTRICT FOR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS, DIES IN LOS ANGELES.' fjjJPC B IB n on t the Last Wai w 1 1 4-11 J Minu Capt. W. A .Hutehins. superinten dent of the life saving service of the coast district for about thirty-five years, died recently in Los Angeles, Cal., according to information received by friends of the family in Pensacola yesterday. Capt. Hutehins was well known in Pensacola, where he visited frequent ly. He and Capt. Robert Broadbent, who died recently, were among the old est men In point of service in the life saving service. The home of Capt. Hutehins was in Galveston, where he made his headquarters. - He was 66 years of age and is survived by a wife and several sons. CONCERT TO BE GIVEN FRIDAY GREAT TREAT IN STORE FOR MU SIC LOVERS AT THE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH THE LAT TER PART OF THE WEEK. "The Best Medicine I Ever Used." "Chamberlain's Tablets is the best medicine I ever used for constipation, A. W. Milne. St George, Utah. These tablets are very effectual, easy ' and pleasant to take For sale by ail deal ers. (Adv) A great treat is in store for music lovers next Friday night when Miss Mary Ashbrook, a talented reader of Paris, Ky., and a graduate of Hamil ton college, will be the principal at traction. The friends of this lady, and ali lovers of dramatic art will be glad to know that she has consented to fill a part of the program. Ir. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell will have charge of the music. This couple needs no introduction in Pensacola, as all know the class of work they pre sent. They will be assisted by Miss McMillan Mrs. A. R. McAllister, Miss Mayme Ross Reager, and the male quartet. Admission free, the concert to be held at the First Christian church, cor ner San Carlos and Gadsden streets. to do your shopping, you have more goods to select from now, and more time to be waited on and be shown. Another tiling see the time you save shopping here. Wc have everything to wear for everyone in your family a trip to our store saves you from going all over town. Shop today, we're open evenings, too. Watson, Parker & Reese Co Everything to "Wear For Christmas For Everybody on record here. The law was de signed to reach property owners guilty of renting property for Illegal pur poses. , The Journal "Want Ad. Way" is the best investment you can make. COX INDICTMENTS WERE DISMISSED BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Cincinnati, Dec. 15. Two indict ments, one against George B. Cox. former political leader, and six otl.er charging misappropriation of the funds of the Cincinnati Trust Com pany and another against F. R. Yil llams, and A. D. Martin, of this ity. charging misappropriation of the funds of the Ford and Johnson Chair Company were dismissed here today upon recommendation of County Prosecutor Pogue. Pogue stated that the recommendation resulted from th5 refusal of Walter L. Jansen, of Chi cago to testify In the cases. Jan sen was formerly connected with the Ford & Johnson Company and with out his testimony, Mr. Pogue said ho could not hope for conviction. For All Motors, REFUSE TO RATIFY SALE OF TINKER If Our Name Is on The Box He'll Know The Gift Inside Is O. K. "THE GIFT STORE." BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Cincinnati, Dec. 15. The board of directors of the Cincinnati baseball club today refused to ratify August Hermann's sale of Joe Tinker to Brook lyon for tlo.COO. Immediately this de cision was reached, President Herrman sent a telegram to Presidene Ebbets of the Brook'.vn club telling him that the deal, insofar as cash alone was concerned, was ofT but that another deal that would irida.le Yinkling or Ragon and Moran or Stengel with a rash consideration anient be consid ered. Herrmann made a private agreement with Ebbets last week which allowed Brooklyn to have Tinker for $25,000 in cash with the understanding that the Cincinnati club should give Tinker J 10,000 for signing with Brooklyn. FINED FOR RENTING AN APARTMENT BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York. Dec. 15. Ernest Tribel horn, president of a real estate con cern, was fined $500 and sentenced to 25 days in jail today for renting an apartment which he knew was to be used as a disreputable resort. It is one of the first convictions of its kind A Perfect Motor Oil In Cans or by the Barrel Yon can now bay Polar Inc. the toot or oil with a perfect body ia cans, by tho barrel, or by the half-barreL Sold wherever yon find garages or sttpply men. for Polarine. An oil that gives correct lubricating body to every friction point at any motor speed or heat. In minimizing1 friction ft saves repair bills and more than pays for its cost ia a year's use. Just ask vri i ran rm 1 1 C,f For motor cars, motor trucks aad motor boots. Does away with much of the taking down and putting tip of motors one of the costliest items of up-keep. The best motors, improperly rubricated, need this attention too often. If you own & car, you can sarre money by baying Polarice by the bar rel or half-barrel. Try it on yor motor oce what it does. STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated in Kentucky For a- Good,, clean Herbert s PHiitery NEW MACHINERY Job Ol Printing, See Phone 93! Opera House Building EXPERT WORKMEN