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THE PEN SAC OLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1913.
3. A t Your 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 merican National Bank Ladies and Misses' "Suits and Coats in the new models and correct coloring, at $10 to $25, on easy payments. Galm's 26 S. Palafox jk IL'ZLa S OUR SPECIALTY Wa Buy and Sell All Sections. Metzger Brothers, MOBILE, ALA. TERSELY TOLD. ' $5.00 REWARD. ' Tlte Journal will pay $5.00 reward for viaence sufficient to convict any Doy or parson found stealing subscribers' pa pars arter delivery or aama oy carrier. Leona N. Ivlschkoff.who Is attending me university of Florida, is expected home during the latter portion of the week to spend the Christmas holidays with her relatives. Miss .Louis Johnson, the young daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. T. E. Johnson, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at St. Francis infirm ary Monday nieht. is improving, ac cording to reports from her bedside yesterday afternoon. Hon. Allie Angla harbormaster at Tamna, was in Pensacola yesterday. enroute . to Bluff Springs, . where he- will spend a few days with hls mother. Mr. Angle says the , senatorial com paign is beginning to warm up in South Florida and that John Stock ton Is the general favorite there. Stomach Troubles Disappear. Stomach, liver and kidney troubles, weak nerves, lame back and female ills disappear when Electric Bitters are used. Thousands of women would not be without a bottle in their home. Eliza Pool of Depew. Okla writes: : -"Electric Bitters raised me from a bed .of sickness and suffering and, has done me a world of good. I wish every suffering woman could use this excel lent remedy and find out, as I did, just how good it Is." As It has helped thousands of others, it surely will do the same for you. Ever bottle guar anteed, 50c and 51.00. At all Drug gists. Hi E. Bucklen & Co., Phila delphia or St. Louis. (Adv.) Subscribe for The journal. . i - - YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. United States department of agricul ture, weather bureau. Charles F. Mar vin, chief. Daily weather bulletin. Pansacola's Temperature Data. Highest on record for December, 77 degrees. Lowest on record for December,4 14 degrees. Average of the highest dally tem peratures for December, 62 degrees. Average of the lowest daily temper atures for pecember, 46 degrees. Highest temperature yesterday, 6 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday morn ing 57 degrees. Pansacola's Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for the month of De cember, 4.17 inches. Total rainfall this December to ,7 p. m., .09 inches. Total excess this year to November 30th, 7.30 inches. . Temp. i . . u C . t, stations ; u 6-3 Abilene .., 44 . -Atlanta 58 , Boston . ... . ... . 46 Buffalo : 38 Birmingham .... SS Chicago SS Denver 30 Oalveston ....... 58 ?reen Bay 30 Hatteras 56 Huron 36 Jacksonville 64 Kansas City 48 Knoxville 50 Txuisville 50 Memphis 50 Montgomery .... 64 New .Orleans .... 66 . New York 44 North Piatt .... 32 Oklahoma 46 Palestine 50 'iiHtpensacola 62 52 64 54 40 61 40 34 60 42 58 44 72 46 54 50 54 68 72 43 50 4S 58 66 65 12 46 52 40 46 54 36 60 74 44 56 42 .01 Clear Rain Cloudy Cloudy Ptcldy. Clear Clear Clear Cloudy . Clear Pt.cldy. Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Ram Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear .12 .16 .24 Pt.cldy. (Phoenix 62 Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Clear Pt.cldy. Clear C'ar Clear Cloudy Clear. Cloudy Clear i Pittsburg 40 JbFortland, Ore. 44 St. Louis 48 .10 St. Paul . . i . . Palt Lake City San Francisco Sheridan Shreveport .... Tampa S2 40 52 24 54 68 .04 .32 Toledo S6 "Washington 50 Williston 32 No. Six-Sisty-Six - This is a preacription prepared eapecially for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. Five or aix dosea will break any case, and if taken then as a tonic the Fever will no return. It acta on the liver better hat Calomel and does not gripe or ticken. '25c Service! Excursion Launch "Donna" 50 feet long, fast, roomy and comfortable: electric llgntS ana modem COnveni- enceS IOT passengers. 5ertn, r;. i a n r n: , . viy .vvxiari, rine Sireei:. Rates, reasonable. Apply A. M. HYER, Phone 124 or 397. UNCALLED FOR LETTERS AT POST OFFICE ut of letters remaininq at post office during the past week. When calling- for these letters please say "jvavertised." Men. E. Allen. A. C. Lumber Co. B Clarence Barrow. A. Baldwin. Matthew Brooks, John N. Barber. Jeff oeasaw, xienry .tsajcer, x. . .tsmgnam. air. tsrina, Caleb Burrell. Geo. D. Brad ley, Harrison Brown. Ike Brown. C. W. jsreeaiove, Allen Bolton. C E. A. Cooper. Mayer Car kin T. O. Claire, J. C. Crawford, Herbert Cevine. waller CombeL. Chas. Clarke. E. W. Croclett, Don Manuel Cortinas. Frank m. coia, .Norman Cole. K. D. ColDane. Prank Cerennin. LudIs Cliver. Dru- seller Brown. D Boss DaTis, Luigi Defelice. E Allen England. F Warren Foster. D. A. Fleminar. ut. w. jr. Foranam. G A. Gamblln. M. Gardner. Wilson Gilchrist. F. Glddons. Lee Gleen tit. jim ureen, a. i-u eorge. II Walter E. Hardy. Hill Hevler. airs. j. c. mgntower. A. S. Harris. Or ris jttarper, Ella Henry. F. F. Hardv. Escambia Hotel, Charlie Herd, C Lun- iV.Vt- ' v'nar"e "oPPer, J-eter iiiras. - - , I T. , " I K- Klse King. J. C Kircher. Rana I King, Louis Kuchner, Robert Kingster. I inusey, j. ij. living- ston. Levy Wolf & Pitts Shoe Co., Ru- dolph S.. Leonard, Ruchard Leah M Norman Mclnnes (-3),. J. Mc- Matn, Everitt McEntire. McGowin number & Export Co.. Isaac McLaueh. lin, W. M. Meridlth, C. J. Marsh, R. H. Mathew, Manatee Trust Co.. Flovd it. Mitchell, J Morris, John Miller, Charlie 1 Myret. N Ezra Nix. North Hill Hic-hlanda lAna Co.. Clarence Nicholson. Oenre-e Nichols. Gainer Night. Ben F. Prickett. I R Charlie Ricks. J. A, Rhodes. John Richardson, T. Rosenau. S Stallen Bros., M. P. Sheppard. Jeannle Sykes. Dr. P. L. Sealter, Will Sims, Wm. Sardoes, Green Smiley, Ed Sherman, Tob Studvlck, Southern States House Piling Co., Squire & Har ris. T Carlis Taylor, 320 N. Palafox St. Richard Thorston. W E. C. Wentworth, R. E. Whittle, Jeff Walker, Henry Ward, Nelson Wat son, Frank Webher, Flold Willis, L. W. Willis, Robert H. Wilson, R. Edd Williams. Women. A Esther Adams, Estell Allen, Mrs. Gad Allen. B Mrs. William Ann Bell, Mrs. Chas. Bubenik,-Mrs. Georgiana Busby, Mrs. Mary Bayne, Mrs. Annie Bow man, Temple Brown. C Mary Campbell. Mrs. Conner Cooper, Mrs. Liza Carr, Mattie B Coochman (2), Bell Constantine, Mrs' E. A. Carter, Fannie Crawford. Corine Lrawiora, iirs. ureen, Slary A. Cra ry. Mrs. Cottle Cruise. D Emeline Daly Ardest Ethel Dugans, Mary Dees, Mrs. Lilie E Carrie Easterling. Mann! va wards, Ammle Evans, Jane Elsporman F Mrs. W. F. Fordham. G Addle Gill, Mattie Gaston,. Stella vrouwin, .vi lag jm.. x. ijaruner, Josephine it Annie ai. Hall, Gussle Harris. Bertha Hand, L. E. Hendricks, Estell auosonui, v;onne wudson. I Mrs. Lillie Isaacs. J Elizabeth Jennings. Ardelia Jones Mrs. C. D. Jounlett, Clio Johnson, Ella jonnson. K Marguarite Iving. L Janie Lett. Mrs. E. L. Leonard, Mrs. Martha Lloys, Evelyn Lindsy, Mattie Bell Lohman, Mrs. F. M. Low ell. M Mrs. Maggie McCall, Magaie, 1813 Hayne St.. Mrs. J. C. Martin, Mrs. Mary JlcClane, Lucy Makher, Mrs. Lucinda Martin. Mrs. Apy Mil ler, Mrs. John Mack. Mrs. Delia Mont gomery. Fajmie Moss. - R Mrs. E. Roberts, Lillie Royster. Eliza Simson. Florence Sharitt, Mrs. B. M. Solomon. Mrs. Vasta Sprague. T Ora L. Taylor, Lillian Trawick. Patsle Thrash, Mrs. W. H. Thrift. V Mrs. Pearl a vassar. W Anna M; Wallace, Mary Water. J. S. Wilson, Janet Wilburn, Councel William, aCstelle Williams, Susie Win grate, Thau Wimurs, Hattio Wright, i Mrs. Htgy.onng. j R GAME DOLL FUND SAILORS ARE COMING BACK AND j TROUNCE LOCALS ARE BEING FED ON GUNPOWDER AND RAW MEAT IN THE MEANTIME. Another game will be played between the Sailors and the Locals next bun- day afternoon at Maxent park, the Sailors, according to Manager Libo- natL being determined to win the game, and in preparation for the fray, the manager says he is feeding them a diet of gunpowder and raw meat, ana j they will he in condition to attacK any thing in the shape of a baseball team. even with members of major leagues j thrown in. It was arranged yesterday that the m 1 kj piajcu astuii tick UUllU.) I entire proceeds to . go to the Doll ami Girls. The best team that the navy i can mrmsn win oe on nana, minageu land coached by Messrs. I N. Shank, Mccreary and P. L.ibonati. The same management will have charge of the Pensacola team, and Manager Bell says his boys are Just not going to be beat en by the sailors, and asks especially that more Pensacola people turn out and help pull for the home club, the rooting of the bluejackets on last sun- day drowning the efforts of the small crowd of local fans at the game. The game will be played at the park named Sunday afternoon, and the probabilities are that the Marine band I will again be on hand. The public of Pensacola and tourists are urged to turn out In large numbers and witness the game, and see the Sailors play the i game in a manner never before played by a bluejacket crowd. The Pensacola School of Music Special Benefit Con cert, to cover deficit in Students' Concert Fund, will i be given on Friday, the 19th, in the San Carlos Auditorium at 8 o'clock. Tickets, 25 cents, at Reynalds Music House. SIHIRSARE FORMER WIN FIFTH CONSECU TIVE VICTORY THE WHITMANS SMOTHER THE CUBS. In a closely contested game the Con sumers won from the Orioles by a score of 26 to 16, though at times the score was very nearly even in the sec ond half of th ramn At the clrkS of tne nrst nair the score was 13 to 7; in the middle of the second half the scorn I 1 sumers took a bier brace. Lane-ford and I Burnham scoring goal after goal in a very lew nunuies oi piay, wnicn gave i them their deciding lead. une juds never had a chance with I the Whitmans at any point Jn the I game, ana lost J7 to lo, though it must I De said ror them that at Intervals they puiiea on: some well executed team worn, resulting in goals. The Whit- man8 Played in much better form than they did last Wednesday night against I tne consumers. It seemed as though I iUBU" anu Kaa couia not miss when tJiey had a hance at goal, and by evcr uoagmg mey made many w r 'Home ,or tne specCators were iu . emu iv uio.b me won sum era would have a different story to tell if the Whitmans had nut nn th soma kind of a game asrainst thnm a reir ! ago. The Consumers team still showed n strong and are livlnar ud to their Droiten string or five victories and no aeieais. This is the last Wednesday game which will be nlavtx, in v, i . . . .. - - " .vp c.Sue uniu alter tne Christmas holi days. FIRST CHURCH STEWARDS MEET WILL ASSEMBLE TONIGHT at THE CHURCH AND AMONG OTHER THINGS DISCUSS THE PASTOR'S SALARY. The regular meeting of the board of stewards will be held tonight at the First M. E. church. At this meet ing the pastor's salary for the com ing year will be fixed, and other mat ters vital to the interests of the church, will be considered. The entire board, as well - as the church, are rejoicing in the fact that Dr. Holt was returned to them for another conference year and the pros pects from every viewpoint were never Dngnter. jjuring Dr. Holt's ministry, six thousand dollars have been raised toward liquidating the church debt, and all other obligations of the church have been met promptly. NOT BEYOND HELP AT 87. Sleep-disturbinfir bladder wpaknpss stiffness in joints, weak, inactive, kid ney action and rheumatic pains, are all evidence of kidney trouble Mrs Mary A Dean, 47 E Walnut St, Taunton, Mass, writes: "I have passed my 87th birthday, and thought I was be yond the reach of medicine, but Foley Kidney Pills have proved most bene ficial in my case." D'Alem'berte's Pharmacy, 121 S, JPaiaXox street, (adv) AilOTH FOR B EIFIT OF THE con A6A HMRS ECZEI ON BABY'S HEAP Hi FACE In Pimples Like Blisters. Head Perfectly Raw. Hair All Gone. Burned and Itched. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured. Reedy. "W. Va. "My baby boy when three weeks old took the eczema on the bead and face. It broke out la pimples and first they looked like blisters aad a yellow water would run from them. His head waa perfectly raw and his hair waa all gone. Everybody said he would never have any more hair. As the sores spread his hair came out. The break ing out itched so badly .hat we had to keep gloves on his hands to keep him from scratching bis head and face. It caused disfigurement. He couldn't rest at aight It burned and Itched so badly. " He was treated for eight months and he got worse all the time. So I decided to try Cuticura Soap and . Ointment. "We first washed the sores with the Cuticura Soap and covered them with the Cuticura Oint ment mornings and at bedtime. TVe kept a thin cloth and cap en bis head. In two months be waa completely cured after using the Cuticura Soap and two boxes of Cuticura Ointmeat." (Signed) C. A. Dye, Jan. 7, 1912. Cuticura Soap (25c.) and Cuticura Oint ment (50c.) are sold everywhere. A single set Is often sufficient. .Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad dress post-card " Cuticura. Dept. T.Boston." MMen who shave and shampoo with Cu ticura Soap will find it best for skin aad scalp. EI LAUNDRY PLANT FOR CITY french dry cleaning and laundry co. will be in op- ERATION SOME TIME IN JANU ARY. The French Dry Cleaning: and Laundry Co. will begin in business in Pensacola some time during- January. This plant will be the best equipped and most modern of its kind in the state. They will employ a corps of skilled workers in all departments, and will give the skill and knowledge of dyers and cleaners who learned the art in Germany. France, and the largest plants of America. This will insure careful handling- of all costly and deli cate garments. By a special process, the finest even ing gowns, silk dresses, opera cloaks, fancy waists a td other wearing- ap parel are cleaned without the slightest risk of injury to the delicate fabrics, and It will no longer be necessary for the people of . Pensacola and West Florida to send their work-to Atlanta, Cincinnati, New Orleans, or any other place to have it satisfactory done. The machinery for this plant has been shipped and will be installed immediately on arrival. Bumped Up Against the Real Thinfl. t nL- t v, v.,, . HUT I W 141 ill VCUUVCiiaillB O'iJ it vrit r n T'-hnmao tsi. oute. Pa: "They "do the work and cause no unpleasant reaction." In cases of constipation when pills and saline cathartics are used, their use is often followed bv conetinatlon. as thev take so much water out of the system. On the other hand the effect of Chamber Iain a Tablets is so agreeable and so natural that you do not realize that it has been produced by a medicine, and no reaction follows their use. For sale by all dealers. (Adv) Gift Tiie Joy of Giving is doubled when you know the gift is not only a thing of health, but adds to his health, comfort and pleasure. A gift to show your genuine regard for his welfare a gift that insures solid satisfaction is a gift from the White & White Store. OPEN EVENINGS BATH-ROBES, NECK WEAR AUTO-ROBES COLLAR BAQ8, SMOKING JACKETS, INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS, EASY SLIPPERS, TRAVELING-ROLL-UPS, SILK SHIRTS, TIE RINGS, FANCY VESTS, COMBINATION SETS, LOUNGING ROBES, BRIDGE SETS, GLOVES, JEWEL CASES. UMBRELLAS, FANCY SUSPENDERS, 20 S. PALAFOX ST. BETTER CLOTHES. 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. Peoples StippiyStbre Cor. Gregory and Mh Avenue. Phone 973. AMUSEMENTS. "Fine Feathers' Tonight. At the Pensacola opera house tonight playgoers of this city will welcome the star production of "Fine Feathers," and the indications are that the fashion and intelligence of the city will be on hand to witness the presentation The notable play and its wonderful cast come here almost direct from a solid season's run at the Astor theater, ter, New York, and the Cort theater, Chicago. There has not been a single change in the all star cast since the opening- night of the production over a year ago, and those people who saw the performance either in Chicago or New York last season and have been talking about the play to their stay-at-home friends, may rest assured that the performance as it will be given here is the same in every detail. Tis i , . j. 1 . .... ' local engagement is xur iiniguto ci- formance only. In the great cast presenting "Fine Feathers" are such prominent stars as Robert Edeson, Wilton Lackaye, Max FIgman, Rose Coghlan, Lollta Robert son and Lydia Dickson. These stars are provided with wonderful acting roles, bringing Into play the best each is capable of giving in the way of character portrayal. Eugene waiter, who wrote "The Easiest Way" and "Paid in Full," knows well how to mirror on the stage those topics that are most Interesting to the American people, and In "Fine Feathers" he deals with a theme that is near to the average home today. He embodies the most interesting topics of the day into a play which, for telling lines, searching invective, keen satirs and illuminating insight into human nature, is without a parallel on the American stage. Only a few of the larger cities are to see "Fine Feathers" with its original star cast. Mr. Frazee promised to present the play in its original in a few of the principal cities, of which this is one, and he has been able to hold his cast together long enough to fill these contracts. "The Girl of the Underworld." The sale of seats for "The Girl of the Underworld" opens today at 9 a; m. at Balkcom s and tne opportunity or j seeing this well . known play of today will be given to Pensacola theater goers. Few plays havo met with success such as has been accorded "The Girl of the Underworld" that comes to the opera house Saturday night, December 2a Much has been written by the press of the entire country on this vital sub ject, and the public has always ben eager to scan the columns of the dai lies for information as to what is real ly means. In the play Mr. Gorman tells a most tense and interesting story, yet at no time offensive even to the most biase theatergoers. The story is laid in New York city and taken from actual 'incidents that the author encountered while on his travels In the very pits of the real underworld. During the action of the play the hu morous side, too, is shown, which tore readily relieves the more intense mo ments of which there .are said to be many. If one desires to get a complete view of real life in a big city, "The Girl of the Underworld' should appeal. The presenting company is one of real worth, while the scenic production is adequate in every detail. Colds Cause Headache and Grip LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tablets remove cause-. There Is only One "BROMO QUINTNE." It has signature of E. W. GROVE on box. 25c. (adv) EREST HER J. E. RAMSEY, WHO SPENT SEV ERAL DAYS IN PENSACOLA, LAUNCHED MOVEMENT TO CREATE INTEREST. J. E. Ramsey, who has a class of 300 men in First Methodist church, Birmingham, Ala., spent last Friday. Saturday and Sunday in the city, the guest or J. a. . Avant. Mr. Ramsey addressed the men of the First Methodist church of this city Friday night and also Sunday morning and established a movement similar to the one in Birmingham to Interest the young and old men of the church and city in Sunday school work. Mr. Ramsey said that from early childhood he had been surrounded with Christian Influences, but oftlmes he had found It very hard to overcome temptation, and asked what it must be for th an who had not enjoyed this blessing. "Men, it is up to us to place a Christian influence around these men," he exclaimed, and stated that he had never met with a rebuff M This Home-Made Cough Syrup Will Surprise You Costa little, but there tm Nothing- Better at any Price Fully Guaranteed IE 3: Here is a home-made remedy that takes hold of a cough almost instantly, and will usually conquer an ordinary cough in 24 hours. This recipe makes a t pint enough for a whole family. You! couldn't buy as much or as good ready- j made cough syrup for $2.50. j Mix one pint of granulated sugar with pint of warm water, and stir 2 minutes. Put 2y$ ounces of Pinex (fifty ; cents' worth ) in a pint bottle, and add ! the Sugar Syrup. This keeps perfectly and has a pleasant taste children like I it. Braces up the appetite and is ! slightly laxative, which helps end a ! cough. j You probably know the medical value ( of pine in treating bronchial asthma, 1 T - J ! 1 bronchitis, spasmodic croup and whoop-: ing cough. Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compound of Norway j white pine extract, rich in guaiacol and other natural healing pine elements. I Other preparations will hot work in! this combination! The prompt results from this inexpen Bive remedy have made friends for it in ! thousands of homes in the United States and Canada, which explains why the plan has been imitated often, but never successfully. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or -money promptly refunded, goes with this preparation. Your druggist has Pinex ,or will eret it for you. If not sen to The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind ' fl SUNDAY SCHOOL 6 more days is all you have got to do your Christmas shopping, so why go all over town and waste precious time, as long as this store has everything that's good for everybody in the family? Better come down today and look around for suggestions, you'd feel better now than next week in the rush. Watson, Parker ? Reese Co. Everything Good For Christmas For Everybody t " "- r-ti fi r The Wonderful Play For With the Greatest Cast of Stars Ever Assem- j bled. EUGENE WALTER'S SENSATIONAL SUCCESS Alt Thess Stars WHI Robert Edeson Max Figman Lolita Robertson Desirable Seats Still Obtainable " STORE OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL NINE. Christmas Shoes and hos iery at CUT PRICES. An extra special removal price for TODAY. m Ladies Siesta slippers with large Pon-Pon, in Red, black, green, pink, blue, and laven der 67c An ideal Christmas gift. Will not send them out on approval nor exchange at the above prices. Meyer Shoe Co 102 South Palafox 1 dnrlng all his experience In trying to Interest men In this great work. A teacher has been secured and it Is believed that a large class will soon be developed. Bonita Theatre Refined Photo Plays A HOUSE Saturday Night, Dec. 20. TOtse I! tEie A VIVID STORY OF LIFE TODAY j Tickets at Balkcom's 9 a. m. This Morning, Prices, 25c to $1.00. M P R ES(jj EXCLUSIVE FEATURE PICTURES This Week: J. R. Goflensteln presents May Vernon, supported by a competent com pany. Matinee every afternoon at 3:30. West Intendencla street. J V! f P H,!? ; J '"I Pi You Have Been Waiting Pos!t!ve?y Appear Rose Coghlan Lydia Dickson Wilton Lackaye 0PER Prices 50c to $2.00 seat sale at Balkcom's Positively no Free List. V