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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 1913.
UN6 MEN t Your oervicei Gifts of Everything To Wear Watson, Parker & Reese Co. Gifts of Everything To Wear YD A FOUND DRUNK il REAR BUILDING 1 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 The Christmas Store 2 v:i3 - Christmas is here, prices are down, Ladies and Misses Coats, Suits and Dresses, values up to $30, at $12.50 to $16.50. Easy payments. Galin's 26 SPalafo OUR SPECIAt TY W Buy and Sell All Sections. ATetzer Brothers. MOBILE. ALA. BETTER CLOTHES. HEAVY TRAVEL 0 I EH fllE Li Hf ill ONE HAD AN INFANT IN HER ARMS AND ALL WERE SENT TO THE CITY JAIL FOR SAFEKEEPING. TRAINS ARRIVING IN THE CITY ARE CROWDED WITH VISITORS, MANY OF WHOM ARE SHOP PER3. TERSELY TOLD. $5.00 REWARD. Ths Journal will pay $5 00 reward for evidence uV.;.int to convict any bey or peron found stealing subscribers apsrs aftar delivery of um( by carrier. Among the winter visitors to this section of Florida are Mr. and 'rs. James Worrell, of Clinton, Iowa, whe ere spending the winter with Mrs. W. E. Carr of Cottage Hill. Mr. and Mrs Adar' Young, Mr. and Travel over all divisions of the Louisville & Nashville Into Pensacola is now heavy, not only on account of the tourists coming south, but many saopper who have been coming to tho cltv during the oast few days to rpke fhrlstmas purchases. All trains arriving In the city for the past Jew days were well filled and It is expeed today will witness the arrival of evert greater crowds. That many of the visitors are shoppers is shorn by passengers handled on outgoing trilns, and the large nun- er of packages and bundles they carry with them. Tourists are rxrw arriving in largre numbers sun-A adding- to the already te-rge colo y already wintering In Pensacola. Crazed from the effects of liquor and. lying on the ground, two young white women, one with an infant In her arms, wro found yesterday after noon In the rear of a store on East Wright street by Offirer Roach and sent to the police station in the pa trol w apron. The women and the baby were locked up in a cell, but no charge was made against them. The women eaki they live near Olive, and had evidently come to the city earlier In the day. The women suffered greatly from the effects of the liquor, and after being' in the cell for a short time one of them fell In a stupor on the cement floor, dropping off to sleep and remaining in a drunken stupor several hours. Nurs ing her infant on her breast as she sat on a chair near the cell door, the oldest woman, about thirty-five, was a pitiful sight. She was so drunk that she believed that she was at home, as when she was asked where she lived she would reply "Right here; I'm at home now." The police are endeavorinsr to ascer tain who supplied the women with the liquor. Shop Early and Shop Here. Stocks are All Complete for Holiday rade. 1 Is J Received. J "How much alimony did she da mandr "Twenty dollars a week more than his salary." "How foolish. "Well, she said she guessed he could afford It, since he always had spent twice wnat ne earned." Judge. "Tour daughter plays nothing but classical music" "Yes," replied Mrs. Cumrox. "It Is better so. If she play- only classics we can't be sure whether what annoys us Is her porfarmance or tne composition itself. Washington star. 9lM '.ir- wi toarassMn5SSEi ItfTT O I. em 0 a Dear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I have two very dear gentlemen friends. I think n. groat deal of both of them. One Is ver.- q j jrelsome, while the other .Mrs. James Hubbar. and daughter, ,,-,,. ;tVl m . vrr nleasant atnd Miss Nancy Scott all of Erie, I1L, and na very ntertalnlng and to spite bo-o upeuujns wo wmier in remwevw. of our '.n u-reling I think a great deal They are located at 716 East Jackson or hlm piease tell me which of thess street. Chas. H. Vlllar, who went to Mobile ouxiuqt cljiui s ciiicuucu uxciD iuj mo a.u .'neral o'fTiis brother, J. A. Villar, which occurred yesterday, returned home last night. He stated tlat the police are working on clues and are in hopes of aHjsrehending the . murderers ; of his Droiner. , ..-. A Among the articles stolen from the home of R. W. Boyd, when his home on Mallory Heights, was recently vislte by burglars was a pair of field glasses, which has een presented to blm by this son IH g in Mt- Vernon. Ills., and ,whlch the - rner prized most highly. -. Rev. J. Jul. Vaughn, oi, In ihis stead, ' Mrs. Vaughn; will cor duct the sun rise consecration service, about 8 a. m.. Christmas day, at the Mission, corner Government and Reus streets, John B. Cole, of Seminole, Ala. ar rived In the city yesteiday and is a ' guest at the San Carlos. 33. D. Covington, of Milton, was a visitor ir. the city yesterday. During i ffus stay he made his headquarters at the San Curios. "W. Lu Moore, of Jones's Mill, Ala., was among the arrivals in the city yesterday. He is stopping at the San Carlos. R. . O. Hancock, of Marlsjina, Is In the city today. He arrived yesterday and Is & guest at the San Carlos. Ev C. "Works and wife," of Bagdad, are visiting In the city. Tl'ey arrived yesterday and are stopping at the San Carlos. M. C Holland, of Jones's Mill, Ala., arrived in the city yesterday and is a guest at the San Carlos. . , hi I Wheezing in the lungs indicates that phlegm is obstructing the air passages. BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP loosens the phlegm so that It can be coughed up and ejected. Price 25c, 50c and 91.00 per bottle. Sold by all drug gists. (Adv.) HOTEL ARRIVALS. San Carlos W. M. Waler, Macon, Oa.; Mrs. F. E. McMillan, New York; O. Potolowsky, New York; John B. Cole, Seminole: Wm. King, Mt. Ver non; Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Kingsbury and daughter, U. S. N. M- C; E. D. Covington, Milton; W. L. Moore, Jones Mill. Ala.; R. O. Hancock, Ma rianna; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Seinor, Jr., St. Louis; J. S. Minor and wife, In diana; Ed Pumphrey and wife, In diana; R. McDowell, New York; M. C. Holland, Jones Mill; E. C- Work and wife, Bagdad. Reduced Exchange Prest-O-Ute size E now size B. now Price on Tanks, $2.00 $2.50 H W. Gibbs Hdw, Co. 44 S. Palafox bovs to take, as I cannot go with both of them? (2) Is it advisable to write to two boys at the same time? (3) Where there are two boys that you cannot decide between, do you really love either? (4) How old should & girl be before she, selects her partner for life? LOVESICK. - . , . Dear Mrs. Thompson: Z zn a girt of seventeen years. (1) Am I too yenxng to go to a danc or theater with a young man? (1) At a dance, especially at a pro mum party, how of em : should a man 3anoe with, bis part ner? (8) If you are taken to a party and tin young man does not pay you much attention, what should be done? (4) What Is the proper hour for a young man to leave a girl's home? (5) How can a girl show her love tor a young man? "SIS. (1) Yea, unless your parents are perfectly willing, and Lhen you should return bom at the time they set. (2) He should dance several times with her, but she should not expect too much of him. (3) Have a good time with others. (4) Ten o'clock Is the latest rposslble hour for a respectable young man to leave, and when a girl la only seven teen he should leave earlier than ten. (5) She should not sfhow it at all un less he asks for frt. Then she should snow it by kindness and sweetness to everybody, and consideration for hlm. Be modest and dignified, as well as Jolly and sentimental. Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will yon kindly tell me If anything will remove iron met from delicate colored goods without injuring the color. If there is nothing which will remove it with out the color, please tell me what will remove the rust. SUSIE. I know of nothing that will not affect the color. About the slmpdest method is to sprinkle the stain wtth salt, molaten wrth lemon, then lay In the sun to bleach. Another method to to have ready a bowl of water containing a teaspoonful of borax. Over this lay the stained part. Carefully drop on, drop by drop, a little oxalic acid. As soon as the stain brightens, dip it tmonediately into the bowl of water. If etain is not gone, go through the same process again. This acid Is poison, eo be careful of it. Dear" Mrs. Thompson: What kind of powder would you advise me to use, and what kind of cold cream is best for tan, as I have a very tender skin? I am fifteen years oM. YOUR UNKNOWN FRIEND. The best po vders and cold creams are very expensive. For tan bathe the skin with buttermlBi every night and let it stay on until morning. You are too young to use either powder or cold cream, my dear. Wom en of thirty would give almost any thing if they could have a young girl's complexion. If you have spoiled your skin with powders and cosmetics, be sin now to make it clean, clear and healthy. ' . Keep yourself dean lneide and out side. Drink plenty of water. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Do not eat candies, rich cakes, pies, gravies or fat meats. Eat all you want, but only of wholesome food. Take a dally bath. Take at least one hot bath a week. Us a good mM soap and warm water every morning for your face, neck and amis T would recommend Imported castile soap if you can get it- If you have bia-ikeadi), massage wltn Pd cream at night and wipe ftt off carefully. UO IS SHOT I GULL POIfJT TOM REILLY SHOT BY LOUIS REYNOLDS, WHO WAS ARREST ED BY SHERIFF ELLIS WHILE MAKING HIS WAY TO PENSACO LA ON STREET CAR. A J. yiLji today to Watson. Parker & Reese Co. Some of us are not through shopping yet! And some of us have a few things to get for friends we almost forgot about, and there may be a few of us who have not done any shopping much at all. So don't let us scurry all over town9 but go at once where we can get Everything for Everybody. And another thing, its and all 'good stuff, eckuse i his Is in Louis Reynolds, colored, who shot and dangerously wounded Tom Refl ly, also colored, at Gull Point yester day afternoon, was taken from an East Pensacola Heights electric car by .Sheriff Ellis near Bayou Texar while he was endeavoring to escape shortly after he had wounded the other negro. Reynolds was turned over to Chief Deputy Hartsfleld. who took him to the county J ail. where the charge of as sault with Intent to murder was dock eted against him. Two - bullets entered Reiliys body, one In the shoulder and another In the side. His condition was said to be dangerous, but It Is not thought his wounds will result fatally. Both ne groes are railroad section hands and the trouble between them started yes terday morning, when Reynolds came to the city and purchased a pistol, re turning shortly afterwards to Gull Point, when the quarrel was renewed. He said at the county Jail that he shot Rellly, but claims he did It In self de- www g v w y ir yryvyw vy v"Mp v w Last Day ! 1 4aiXaHUrfk rt f t 4bJLiiiJLLj fense, as he claimed that several of Reiliys relatives were assisting In the attack being mads on him. A pistol and a large number of cartridges were found on Reynolds when he was searched by Sheriff Ellis when the lat ter arrested him. We do not credit the New York re port tShat Stdser was threatened with assassination, it was merely aswuna tlon- Houston Post. TOMMY MURPHY IS THE CHAMPION HARD LUCK PUG; OLSO THE ONLY REAL VET LEFT The continued fighting in the Pntllp nines indicates that many of the na tives have not beard of the president's benevolent purposes. St. Louis Globe- Democrat. The latest theatrical sensation In New York Is The Family Cupboard, but those who have seen It say that there is nothing in it- Boston Tran script. As evidence that the pun Is the low est order of humor a suffering ex change cites the fact that a girl who has become tanned in the summer can watch the tan-go In the winter. Chat tanooga News. In serving elder that has begun to "work." has. It ever occurred to you to (remark caeually, the worm has turned? Chicago Record-Herald. ifFH QL SUMMIT THE POPULAR RRICE STORE Our Last Suggestion For the Man's or Boys Gift We leave to your sense of propriety, whether these gifts which we herewith outline for you are not sane and apropos. For the ManRAINCOA TS A brand new shipment forced this article to the front In eur minds.. Noth ing In our opinion could be more apt or more sensible than one of these extra long, dull finish 'water-proofers,M 52 Inches long, and guaranteed to turn ths water . If your mind la atlll a blank as to what you will give him, let one of these coats clinch the argument. $3.50 to $15. For the Boy-RAINCOA TS and SUITS Late arrivals, of each brought the suggestion to the fore, and everything we said; supra-applies to these Boys Raincoats Boys Suits, size 3 to 17. ....... $2 to $3.50 S2.50 to S8.00 i v :X A f' f ) - V W ( 1 MP I r i . yrn () Someone should dig up a particular kind of belt for Tommy Murphy. If there is a fighter In the ring today who really deserves a title and all that goes with it, its Tommy. If there's a champion in any class today who has worked as hard for his prize as "Harlem Tommy" has worked he hasn't been heard from. Tommv in spite of the fact that he's never been a champ and notwithstanding his failure to pro duce bay leaves has a record that will make any other fighter look like a cheap loafer. For acLivlty and enter prise there's very fe-w of them in tha same class with Murphy. Tommy Murphy was ftghtir.g years ago when Jimmy Britt, Young Cor b?tt, Beniy Tan are r and Eddie Han Ion were in their prime. He's Ktiil going at a fast clip today, while the others have sunk into their p-agiiistia graves. There axe those as do say that at th& present day Tommy is ero inr even better than ever before. For a dozen years or so he was a feath erweight before jro-wing' into the light weight class and In a-1 that time al though he was a tig cari he r.ever had a chance at the title. Tough luck Kn became theo usual rations for Tommy. If by some sweet chance he would be signed up for a go with the Utle-holder something woud be sure to crab the sketch. But it didn't dis courage Tommy and he kept on fight ing. When he listed among the light weights he thought surely he would get a chance at the belt But he never has. He has fought several of the champs before thy held their title, licking some of them and holding others to a draw. Fie fought In tlie lightweight c!ass under four regimes, starting in when Joe Cans was the tltl-holder, and he eaw coth Bat Nelson and Ad Wolgast wtn and lose the belt. He liaced Ad Wolgast before Ad was a champ. Observe that "before." He couldn t get a bout afterward. Tommy Murphy Is the gray beard of the ring today. He has seen many a youngster soar up into fame and dio away. Meanwhile he kept fighting on. always winning and wtih never a chance at the big encounters. Recent ly he was signed to box Willie Ritchie hurrah, a chance at the belt at last! Not so long as Murphy's Jinx was to know anything about it. When the bout was afterward called off Tommy couldn't have been very much sur prised. He has grown used to that sort of thing by now. We never close. Abbott's Garage. Phone 415. "American bluejacets are In Europe." says a headline, in Mexico. The Age-Herald. pop:iar Tin U'"t Tennessee is not the only state that Is having trouble about refunding its debt. Louisiana has a debt of about the same size on which she offers a refunding interest of four and one-half per cent and in the meantime should there be- difficulty in selling bonds, authorizes short time notes as in Ten nessee. Knoxville Sentinel. Fourteen schools have been estab lished by the Russian Ministry of Ag riculture for the training of instruc tors in the peasant industries. No was ever the office which seeks the man stands a goodly chance of getting lost In the crowd. Puck. "Christmas comes but once a year," said the ready-made philosopher. "Yes," replied Mr. Growcher: "a tor nado doesn't come even as often as that. But consider how long It takes to get ove it." Washington Star. It seems to us that the women who insist on an exact equality with men made a mistake in protesting against the execution of that Connecticut mur deress, because she is a woman. Far more consistent would It be to ask that she take her medicine like a man. Florida Times-Union. 1 i?A wf SSSSfr wAcr-nm