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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 26, 1913.
CllllldlLiliS IS QliilllER NO SERIOUS ACCIDENT OR CRIME OCCURRED UP TO A LATE HOUR I TO MAR THE JOYOUSNES3 OF THE OCCASION. T'lndirHne a 'bitlnar erala from the west, with an occasional ray of shine, the people of Pensacola begun the day yesterday with smiles, laugh ter and good cheat, and ended It In happiness. At the Fame time they es- tablished a record for peace and quiet ! .mll.H It, th nnrml.a nf th. r1tv. jt w ,,i- w 4v the size of Pensacola. In the country. No accident or crime of a serious nature occurred and the police records how that the number of arrests made , from midnight Wednesday up until after midnijfht last night did not reach i fiVjra iuntv.fiv(. th business for' the above-named "period being about j normal. Special Christmas services were held in a number of churches, and despite the unpleasant weather conditions many were in attendance. The most elaborate musical program for t day was enjoyed at St. Michael's, tinder 1h direction of Charles J. Herbert. Throughout the entire day large crowds were on the streets, but early in the night the thoroughfares in the business district were practically laared, the high wind and low tem perature being too unpleasant for a majority of them. By 10 o'clock things BAsumed their normal appearance, ex cept in the saloons, which remained npen until midnight, two hours later than usual.- Notwithstanding the fact that these places did a large business, generally good order was preserved. In the lower district, there was much, activity up to the hour of closing the saloons, brt nothing of a aerioua nature occurred among the large num ber of men In that section. Both the patrol wagon and Chief Sanders automobile were used to con vey prisoners' to the police station, both vehiclse being kept in service un til a late hour. One white man bit nother on the nrkBA a nerft was knocked In the head' with a bottle, and a white man cut a Greek boy on the Jaw. while one nptrro woman cut another on the jaw ai d Up. This made up the list of offenses outside of drunk, disorderly and fighting. STRUCK WITH A BOTTLE. While passing along on West Main street, about 5 o'clock yesterday after noon, Andrew Harrison, colored, waa .struck on the head with a bottle. In flicting a wound that required the ser vices of City Physicfcyj Nobles, but It, is . not . dangerous. He says he was' struck by a negro man who waa fight ing with another negro, but that he hed nothing to do with the fight. During a fight yesterday afternoon. lit IUO VUOM tVtS MW ,,' W SrUVt Pete, a fisherman, claims he was bit ten on the nose by Joe Rosarlo, a j bay-man. Both men were arrested on the charge of fighting. Pete's nose was badly bruised when he arrived at ! the police station. j Annie Green, a negro woman, called at the police station about 6 o'clock in j the afternoon with a cut on her Jaw : and lip. She said she waa -cut by! smother negro woman, Essie Thomas. She was told to report to the ahexiCC j as the affidavit against the woman : who Is eald to have cut her was made j in the county courts. j Ed. Sheffield, a white man. cut a ! Greek boy on the right side of the face ! about 6 o'clock yesterday evening, but the wound is not serious. The boy, i who is employed as a clerk In the store ! adjoining the terminal depot on east Main street, opposite the police station, t says that Sheffield entered his place ' of business and told him that the j Greeks were no good, as they made ! their money In this country and leave 1 here after making It. After saying ' this Sheffield drew a knife and cut j him on the Jaw, the wound extending for about two Inches, but not very : deep. Sheffield ran from the store 1 after cutting the boy, but Chief San- i ders, who was In the police station at I the time, captured him after a abort j run. Sheffield waa drunk. GIVES DID ENTERTAINS MEMBERS OF COM PANY AND ATTACHES OF EM PRESS CHRISTMAS NIGHT. Manager John A. Jones of the Em press last night banqueted the mem bers of the troupe now playing at the popular little play house and all of the attaches as a token of his apprecia tion of the good work being done by the company, which is one of the best yet appearing at the Empress. The attaches wtre present at the banquet because the manager wanted to show The Home of the Coffee thatisaZCoffee Coffee lanch Co 14 South Palafax etract Phone 422. I MIiJO S or the HOOD3 8ARSAPARILLA pos se saea tb extracted values of tha beet vogetable remedies pre scribed by leading physicians. That its formula has proved won derfully potent Is proved by Its record of great success. For your blood medicine get HOOD'S. them that i a.rpreclated their efforts in making- the play house a. success. The dinner was at Huhey's and the following attended: Mr. and Mrs.- Fan& LaMorste, Mtsa Neilie Greerrwood. Mr. Bert O. Heading-. Mr. Bddie Martin. Mlfs Marie Martin, M?. Tomenie Kane, Mlsrs Lola sun-jGuller, Mjss Alio Fries, Miss Mae KLennts, Miss Bessie Otinnel, Miss Belle Marsell, Miss LoUa Hill. Children take BALLARD'S HORE HOUND SYRUP willingly because It mce. i ucro lSn i a ower rem- edy anywhere for children s cousrhs, and bronchitis It s a good irr.oT-V -Vi "..j; "v " , i druggists. Adv.) El HOUSE LOCAL ORDER RECEIVED MANY CALLERS ORCHESTRA REN DER E D FINE MUSIC - DURING AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. N The Pensacola Order of Elks enter tained their friends during yesterday and last night. They kept open house throughout the day and received and entertained many callers. It waa fol lowing out the usual custom of the order to keep open house on Christmas and the occasion yesterday was as en joyable aa Its predecessors. An orchestra was on hand during the afternoon and night and assisted In the entertainment by rendering fine music. A light lunch, was served during the evening. There is more of human interest in The Journal's "Want Ad Way" page than in any other part of the pa per, f . . ' ' , V t i S r 5?V r V OP KEPT B! ELKS - - i i '.''(.-.''''.:1.: ...-. . ... . We are going to publish W il 11 JililiiX .VI A stirring novelization of the most successful play produced in New York in a decade e on the lookout for the opening chapters MEXICAN DIPLOMATS TO THANK JAPANESE r- If ' 1 " : " 1 , f 1 . A'y i ll - ----- "tiz - ' f v 1 Top to bottom, Norberto Dominguez, Luia U. Balvan and Manuel basque. San Francisco. Dec. 25. Announcing that the purpose of their long trip is merely to thanx the mikado for the par ticipation of Japan, in th Mexican centennial of 1910. four officials who have been prominently identified with the federal government in Mexico passed through this city on their way to the Flowery kingdom. The diplo matic quartet, which was commission ed by President Huerta on this be lated felicitation party. Includes Nor berto Dominguez ( former postmastet general under Porflrio Diaz; Secreta ries Manuel Gasque and Rodolfo Nervo and Attache Luis U. Ga'van. "There is no political Import to our mission," said one of the party. "We were appointed ty the federal gov ernment to thank the Japanese for their participation in the centennial." The diplomats were not Inclined to Si $ 5000. REWARD FOH TUT. ARRCST OF 1 1 JOE GAR SON WANTED FOR '.-.ron rurratR particulars xtud WITHIM THS LAW", ."da il'imi - f 4 , : .mwY') w J '"'3'-. -' V ? i - I i " ' 1 T7T7T7TMT JT7V iX1 KEY WEST GETS TORPEDO FLEET COMMITTEE WHICH WENT TO WASHINGTON FROM ISLAND CITY RETURNED WITH SOME APPARENT SUCCESS FOLLOW ING VISIT. A special from Key West cays: Mayor J. N. Fogarty and E. M. Scra pie, the committee sent to Washing ton by the board of trade for the pur pose of working for further harbor Improvements for Key v est nas re turned. The navy department has planned work which will cost when completed $2,420,000 and the present session of congress has been asked for an ap propriation of $200,000 to start the work. Key ,West is the only harbor of refuge south of Norfolk on the Atlantic coast, and because it Is used by thousands of ships representing millions in value.' It is desirable to have the harbor enlarged. This enlarge ment will be particularly valuable In stormy weather when a large number of ships enter the harbor for safety. The committee succeeded In having mail delivery service extended while in Washington, and every resident in the outlying sections is now supplied daily by carriers. Gets Torpedo Fleet. This committee also took tip with the navy -department the matter of having ships of the- navy stationed here and operating in and around these waters during the entire year. While nothing definite was promised the department assured the commit tee that "the suggestion .would be car ried out as far as possible. It is sig nificant that shortly following this con ference, the torpedo -flotilla which had been ordered to PenEacola waters for winter maneuvers, were ordered to Tortugas with Key West as a base for their winter operations. Pensacola hav ing been made an Important outpost for the Marine Corps, it was fair that Key West should have the torpedo fleet. discuss the present gituatlon In Mex ico, nor the rumors which were cur rent as to a deeper motive for their trip. -These rumors, concerned a pos slble ' Japanese-Mexican alliance and the sale of Lower California to the Japanese. When asked If their trip had any thing to do with the purchase of arms and ammunition one of the commis sioners replied that the report was ri dicttlous. This is the third ttm that Mexico has started out to formally extend felicitations to Japan on the centen nial matter. 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The spirit was shown on each of the siiips. and while not a great many visitors braved the gusts of wind on pleasure bent and sought the water front during the day, still those com paratively few who did witness display were pleased. The men aboard all of the naval vessels were served with a fine Christ mas dinner, the menu containing all of the season's edibles. At the navy yard similar preparations had been made and the marines had a feast, while the different companies at Fort Barrancas were served their usual fine Christmas dinner. Piles Cured, in 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Plies. First application gives relief. 50o (adv) Quaker Quip. If you want to be pretty sure of clear weainer, oavo up xor a rainy aay. j LiOts or men ere slaves to their money, ' but then the world Is full of emanci pators. " - j The coal man will make thing warm ! Star Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co. 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Phone 79. 4 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Pensacola, Florida. Designated Depository of tt-e United States. DIRECTORS: F. C Brent, W. A. Blount, W. H. Knowles W. j. Forbes, Thos W. Brent. CertifiedPublicAccountant "ill M AS A SCREAM. Why does old doc wear such lrfiK whiskers? Qh, hla wife insists on making JiV neckwear. la it. i l WAY UP. Are you a paper-bag cook? Faith an Oi'm not. Oi'm one o' the real allirator dress-suit car kind. Wheezing in the lungs indicates that phlegm is obstructing the air passages. BALLARD'S ITOREIIOUXD SYRtTP loosens the phlegm so that it can In coughed up and ejected. Price 25c, 5Cv and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by. all drug gists. (Adv.) ft'-".,' !t Vi K! R A T E via Trip Fare Miami, Fla $41.30 Demlng, N. M $59.70 Beaumont, Texas ....$21.90 Houston, Tex $25.33 Ft. Worth, Texas $29.80 El Paso, Texas ......$55.00 San Antonio, Texas ....... .$33,65 LaK narios, ia $19.55 in Florida and Texas. J. W. LURTON, D. P. A. Pensacola, Fla. 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