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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1913
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Our Sincere Wish
That you will have
A- Merry , .
We're closed all day so we won't talk -good clothes.
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209-211 S. Palafox St.
is a specialty
Where Linen Lasts
MANY PETITION FOR
MONEY LENDER'S PARDON
Albany, N". T., Dec. 24. Friends, rel
atives, former employes and attorneys
of D. H. Tolman, convicted money
lender, now serving1 a six months' sen
tence on Hart's island, besieged the
executive chamber here today to so
licit a Christmas pardon for him.
The governor said he would gra,nt
an Interview late in the day. .
Tolman's attorneys brought $300,000
in notes with -them to the capitol and
offered to burn them in the executive
chamber if a pardon were granted. In
quiry by the governor, proved that
while the notes would be burned, Tol
man would reserve the right to sue
on part of them.
THE PASTOR OF
TRUSTS THAT THIS, THE GREAT
EST ANNIVERSARY OF THE
AGES, WILL BE A GREAT
EPOCH IN EACH LIFE.
Rev. M. H. Holt, pastor f the First
Methodist church, yesterday . issued
"As pastor of the First Methodist
church, I extend hearty Christmas
greeting's to each individual member of
the chojrch, both old and young, to
all friends and to all who are in any
way identified with the congregation.
I trust as we celebrate the greatest
anniversary of the ages that it may
be a great epoch in each life.
"I sincerely wish comfort for the
bereaved, hope for the despondent,
courage for the unfortunate, true wis
dom for the successful and happy and
Ciirist the inestimable gSft in all the
bright Jiope of glory.
"May every life in the city be
brought nearer to our Holy Lord and
great Savior Jesus Christ."
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stipation, headache and other troubles.
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W M PR ES
Dally, 7:45 and 9:15 p. m.
This Week: Williams' Bon-Ton Qlrla.
Matinee every afternoon at 3:45, Wert
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STORM IS EXPECTED, TO PASS
AND TODAY WILL BE COLDER
WITH CLEARING WEATHER
BAROMETER LAST NIGHT VERY
Weather on Christmas in Former
Tear Low Tem; Wthr
1909 42 Clear
1910 37 Clear
1911 58 Cloudy
1912 40 Clear
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Colder and probably clearing is the
forecast of weather conditions at
Pensacola today. Last night's storm
is , expected to pass over during the
early morning hours. . and according
to the local weather bureau should be
succeeded by clearing and colder
Weather Observer Heed last night
issued the following special rather
bulletin on the storm after he had re
ceived a storm warning from Wash
ington advising that the disturbance
near the mouth of the Mis!"'opi
river was increasing in intensity and
This mornings weather map showed
a disturbance off of south Texas;
This storm increased in intensity dur
ing the day and moved rapidly north
eastward reaching the west Florida
coast at 7 p- m. The barometer at Pen
sacola at 7 p. m. read 29.56, inches,
which is the lowest pressure at Pensa
cola since. February 1912. On January
27th, 1913, the presure fell to 23.60
inches and during the night of the
26th and 27th the wind reaehti sixty
miles from the south.
It is unusual for the easterly winds
to remain so moderate on the approach
of a storm of this character. Yesterday
moderate northeast winds prevailed to
7p. m. when they became variable and
shifted via south to northwest, at 9
p. m.: the barometer fell again to 29.60
at 9:50 p. m. Forty miles from the
east was registered at 7.32 p. m. and
forty miles from the south at S:20 P.
m. and forty-three miles from the
west at S:43 p. m. The rainfall be
tween 7 p. m. and 9 p. m. was .56 of
Small craft warnings were raised at
9:30 a. m. from Pensacola to Carra
belle and at 5:30 p. m. the red storm
warning light was turned on at Pensa
cola and shipping Interests warned of
the approaching storm. The rapid
easterly movement of the storm which
caused a correspondingly rapid shift
in the winds to westerly caused con
siderable relief in the minds of ship
masters and timber men because dam
age from westerly winds Js usually
The p. m. weather map shows clear
ing and much colder weather in south
Texas with indications pointing to
clearing and colder for Pensacola
Extends the season's greetings
to its patrons and friends.
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"The Girl of My Dreams."
The manager of "Fine Feathers"
upon his recent visit to Pensacola was
asked by the local theatre manager as
to his opinion of "The Girl of My
cember 30th. The verdict of this well
at the opera house next Tuesday, De
cember 30th. The verdist of this well
known theatrical man was more than
nattering. He was very loud in his
praise of th show and said that all
the cities they have visited, where the
company has played, there has been
nothing but the highest praise, the
newspapers in particular paying the
highest to the organization.
This Tact combined with the knowl
edge that this company is playing
Pensacola at a lower scale of prices
than has been charged in cities much
larger than Pensacola, ought to war
rant a large attendance at the opera
house Tuesday night, especially of
those theatre goers who like catchy
music and plenty of girls.
"The Girl of My Hreams" is a clean
and amusing musical comedy, contain
ing real humor and furnishing a great
diversity of. entertainment. The wit
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We wish you a very Merry Christmas, A Happv
and Prosperous New Year, and avail ourselves of
this opportunity to express our cordial appreciation
of the many courtesies extended. You have assisted
materially in making ours the most popular shoe
store in the city for which we are sincerely grateful
If a firm haskept faith during the year, it it h
been true to the highest standards; if it has sold
honest goods at an honest price, it has reason for
Christmas peace and joy. Such a record we have
striven to make and maintain the result we submit
to our customers and business, associates.
Ceeile Renard, One of the Dancers in
the "Girl of My Dreams," at the
Opera House, December 30.
is as brilliant as the stage settings,
costumes and effects. The music is
tuneful. The tableau of Toytown ac
companying "Ioctor Tinkle Tinker" is
especially effective. Possibilities for
the funny and ridiculous grow out of
the replacing of a damaged hat. Be
sides an excellent cast of principals
thF-e will be a big Beauty Chorus and
a Pony Ballet. Sats on sale at Balk
com's Saturday, Dec. 27tii.
At the Empress.
The bill at the Empress la.st night
was a laugh from start to finish. Ed
Martin, in the roll of Mr. bet. is
one of the funniest comet' ever
at the Empress and ho kept ...o large
audience in a continuous uproar. Every
one voted this bill a winner and if
applause goes for anything it surely
A distinct novelty was pulled off
when the girls of the company, acted
as partners for the men in the audi
ence, in a prize waltzing contest. Sev
eral tried for the prize and some fine
nson s Shoe St
dancing was witnessed by the audi
ence. The iirst prize was awarded to
Miss Mao Kinnis and Uoykin Hyer.
There will be two special matinees at
the Empress today, starting at 2:30
Friday night will be amateur night.
The company will present for the pub
lic's approval Friday and Saturday "A
Trip to Coney Island."
HORSE HITCHED TO VEHICLE
OWNED BY CHAS. HARTMAN
LAST NIGHT ON WEST ZARRA
When an automobile driven by F. F.
Hardy, of Ferry Pass, skidded last
night after the brakes were applied, it
struck the bakery wagon of Chas.
Hartman while it was standing near
the curb on West Zarragossa street,
between Palafox and Bayien. cas:
the horse to runaway. As th- Ivy
ran west on Zarragoysa, nar R
celona, the bread wagon struck 1
delivery wagon of E. B. Ga-arrrt.
moving a wheel from the latter -hide.
The. horse continued to ru-
on Zarragossa street without : jr :
damage until he reached a poi-ri
tween Barcelona and Reus :
where the wagon struck a tree, f: :
the horse and resulting in m;:c'
age to the wagon. The horse &'!
iiijiiTy, but dkl not stop running
he reached the home of his owpr. :.
ner of Reus and Zarragossa.
Hardy was arrested by Offii?;: 'j
caro on the charge of runnin? - ;
tomobile in a cjireless manner. T. ' .
cident occurred aout S o'clofrk.
HOBBS TRIAL HAS
BEEN POSTPONED FOR D4
Vicksburg. Miss., Dec. A',
the defense had moved to d'.:-'r,
indictment against Stat? Senator ".
Hobbs charged with re.-Hvins: '"ti -liciting
bribes and the mi.''i r
overrulled here todaj-. a Chri-'"
recess was taken uptil l-Mday m r- :
Previous to this motion t:-. "
had tried to force the state ;o ' '
which of the two charge? f -stand
on. . The attorneys said
ing bribes and soliciting th-m r
distinct offenses and a pernor "'"'
not be tried on the two chars:? ':
same time. Judge Mounger a c"?
ruled this motion.
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