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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1914.
DIRECTORS OF COTTON STATES CHOPERS BEAT THE SWAPPERS QUEENOFFANCY SWIHERS TO Weak: Women! BIG MEN TO SPEAK AT NATIONAL 1 CONFERENCE ON RACE BETTERMENT Some women are weak because of Ills that are common - In Girlhood Womanhood and Motherhood The prescription which Dr. R. V. Pierce uses most successfully ra diseases of women which has stood the test of nearly half a century is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Take this in liquid or tablet form as a tonic and regulator! Mrs. Kate D. Richardson, of Bexiley, Essex Co., Va.. says. 'T esteem It a pleasure to testify to the wonderful curative qualities of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. For some years I suffered greatly with weakness peculiar to my sex. I was treated by several physicians but gradually grew worse. On of my friends told me of the good results of your "Favorite Prescription." I went to the drug store and got a bottle, and aiter taking It. with the "Pleasant Reflet." I commenced to get better. I never knew what happiness was, for I was always sick and complaining and made others as well as myself unhappy. So you see what a debt I owe youl" I SA U OAY IT HERE CLOSE AND EXCITING CONTEST 13 FEATURED BY THE FINE WORK OF LANEY AND BARROW. F ; H I G i MAY TAKE IN TWO MORE CITIES AND THUS MAKE THE LEAGUE AN EIGHT CLUB CIRCUIT SEL MA PREPARING. Directors of the Cotton States league will meet Saturday In Meridian, and It Is expected one o"the local owners will go to that, city tonight and attend the meeting. A president is to be elected and the Pensacola club will cast its vote for President Hedus In preference to the Jackson, Miss., can didate. The matter of increasing the league to an eight club circuit will come be fore the league and If two Kood cities can bo found where the -mileage will not be increased they will be taken Into the league in which event the league this season should be more pros perous than last when all of the earn ings were given to the railroads for transportation. The Selma club is preparing for the season as shown by the following from a paper of that city: 0 -' "Selma held a franchise in the Cotton States last summer and the baseball lovers of the city are anxious for this franchise to be retained and for the city to be represented by a strong club in that organization again this season. "It is understood that at the Meri dian meeting Saturday an effort will ' be made to increase the Cotton States league to an eight club circuit, and If this Is done there is no doubt that baseball will play in Selma this year." A dry, hacking cough is hard on the lungs, often causing them to bleed. BALLARD'S 1IOREHOUND SYRUP is a, healing balm that quickly repairs damage in the lunga and air passages. Prices 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle, sold by all druggists. . (Adv.) . Young Baseball Players who have never played as pro fessionals, can get some valuable Information by calling at No. 204 West Romana street, and ask for Mr. Wayne. Phone 1S95. The second game of the Intermediate league of the Y. M. C. A. took place yesterday between the Chopers and the Snappers and resulted in a victory for the Chopers. . This game was very close and ex citing and was featured by the fine work of Laney and Barrow for the winners, who threw four goals apiece. F. Caro, J. Herskovttz and Pooley also played a very steady game for the winners, the latter featured by throw ing one of the most difficult baskets seen this season. Brassell and Richards starred for the Snappers, the former throwing four baskets. The final score was Chopers 20: Snappers 14. Chopers FldG PY5 Caro ... ........ . 0 l Laney .. 4 0 S. Barrow 4 0 Pooley 5 o J. Herskovitz o 0 Snappers H. Richards ... T. J. Brassell T. Barkdull B. Osgood ..i. ....... S. Stewart I. MISS ETHEL DUE WILL DIVE FROM THIR DECK OF STEAMER CESSNA SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND WILL SWIM DISTANCE OF ONE MILE. 3 0 1 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 The victors of the above game are scheduled to play next Wednesday the Sharks, who have also defeated the Snappers and a very good game is expected. REBEL BALL PLAYING LEAGUE INCORPORATED. Springfield, 111., Jan. 8. License to incorporate was issued to the federal league baseball club of Chicago today by Secretary of State Woods. The capital stock is $200,000. C. A. Weegh man. J. A. Gilmore and W. SI. Walker are Incorporators. . TRIED TO SAVE CHILD AND WAS HIMSELF KILLED. Peterson. La., Jan. 9. Seeing his six year old daughter wandering aimlessly on a railroad track with a fast train approaching, Eli Bergerson last night rushed onto the track to save her and both were killed. Mrs. Bergerson wit nessed the accident from a porch of her home near the station. CHILE REFUSES TO PART WITH VESSELS. . Valparaiso, Chile, Jan. 8. It is au thoritatively stated here that the Chil ean government will not sell to Greece oi any other country the dreadnought battleships now building for tho Chil ean navy in England. Subscribe to The Journal. Miss Ethel Due, twenty-one years of age, queen of fancy swimmers and divers, will give an exhibition Sunday afternoon, when she will dive from the third deck of the steamer Cessna. She will dive from the upper deck when the steamer reaches within a mile of the gulf beach and will swim from that point to the island. She will also give an exhibition in diving and swimming at the island. Miss Due is the holder of the New York Narrows record. She swam across the Narrows at a polrt where it Is a little more than a mjs wide, covering the distance in one hour and twelve minutes. The best previous record time was an hour and twenty minutes. She established the new rec ord In the face of a Btiff northwest wind and choppy sea. Miss Due has swam the East river, swimming under all four bridges. She has also swam across, the Hudson, Ohio, Monongahela, and St. Johns rivers. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate stomach, liver, bowels NEWS OF THE MARKETS LOCAL PRICES. DECOY PACKAGE MEANS CATCHING BLACK HANDER Washington.- Pa., Jan. S. As he reached behind a mail box in a rolling mill here this morning and grasped a decoy package placed there by county officers, Dominic Lombardi, a younar Italian workman, was arrested and taken before a magistrate who held him In $5,000 ball for sending black hand letters to James Gerco, a wealthy Italian merchant. PROVISIONS. Baron, rib bellies 20 to 2o pounds 1 .li'i3 3 ...IS $t ,...12',2 14 -i 5 MEXICO WILL COIN AND , DISTRIBUTE HALF PESOS. Mexico City, Jan. 8. The- Mexican government today announced its in tention to coin and distribute half pesos, equivalent to twenty-five cents in United States money, to the number of 200,000 weekly, a measure which It calculates will relieve the difficulties resulting from the scarcity of small change. TAfexican mines now sell their sliver output through a povernment commis sion at a rate fixed by the govern ment. A portion of this is to be turned into coinage which will revert partly to the miners in the form of payment in coins. THE JOURNAL'S DAILY WEATHER MAP j i f S. C. Shoulders D. S. Meats (oer lb.) Bellies 13 Shoulders 13 Ha me (per Tb.) Oorivased S. C. ... Picnic Butter frer lb.) Creamery Process Butter . . Cheese (per lb. Xew Tork Daisies Coffee (per lb.) Common .....12 Fflir 13 Prime - 15 Choice 17 Rice (per lb.) Fancy Head Medium Japan, Fancy ... Japan, Good , Floi:r (per bbl.) Fancy Patent ... Patent Self Rising Lard (per !b. omoound Tierce Tierce Leaf Lard 1 40-pound tubs c over. 50-pound tubs Vic over. 10-nound tins over. 5-pound tln9?ic over. 3-pound tins lc over. Oil (per gal. ) Kerosene, in barrels Kerosene, in cans 11 Yi .is 8 ... 54(5) ...tKti) ...4 .5.001P .5.50 .5.50i& 1SH 12 in 13 2SVi S3 iSVa 13 It IB IS 5. B0 .-.75 6. C5 ?; 12R GRAIN AND FEED. Cern (per bo.) TVnite Mixed ...J. S6(frS8 Oat. 5-bu. sack 5255 Hay (per ton) Timothy $24.O0ii JIS.OO Clover or mixed 28.00 24.00 Johnson Grass 21 00t? 12.00 Alfalfa 24.00(3) 23.00 Bran, per cwt 1.4 1.E0 Short, wheat l.tiO 1.65 Cracked corn, per 90-!t. eack l.C'ifff l.t." Ground Oats and Corn, ton S3.5ft(p 34 (" C. H. Huls, per ton 13.50-0 14.0-'; Corn Meal, per sack l.TOfr 1.7 Corn Medl, bolted 1 S5'iii l.yO Pork, per barrel 2S 505? 29. rO f4. G. Sugar 4.664 .75 Fancy Y. C. Sugar 4.25ir 4 &o 4 YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. U. S. Department of Agriculture. fn,... WEATHER BUREAU, Bit! 1 ff i V I J- Jf 3u.'l ' l; r . I - Pensacota, Fla.. Jan. 8. Fair Friday In northeast portions; Saturday fair, moderate variable winds becoming south and brisk over northwest portions. OH 60 Observations tatea at 8 p. m.." T3tn meridian time. Air pressure seduced to sea lerel. Isobars (continnoos lines) pass tbro&gQ trBtB of equal air pressure. Isouierms (dotted unes) jaas torougn points or equal temperature; arawu oniy lor sero. I reeling, w. ana lotr. O clear: O partly cloudy; O cloudy; (x) rain; ) snow; (M report missing. Arrows ny wnn tne wind. First figures, lilgnest tempera rare past 12 boors: second, precipitation of .01 Inch or more for past 24 boors: third, maximum wind Telocity. United State department of agricul ture, weather buret:. Charles F. Mar vin, chief. raSl.v t-js'ither tu21eUn. Pereac&!a't Tamperature Data. Highest on record for January, 73 dearrees. Ivowest on record for January, 13 decrees. Average of the h!et daily tem peratures for Jamrar;. °rees. r , r! ' i y femner- atures for Januarj- lc degrees. Highest temperturo yesterday. OS ; il Pensacola Cotton Market. The following: report is furnished daily for The Jourrfal by Harris. Alli son & Co., cotton merchants, Pensa cola: Good mWdllnsr . 1 2 11-16 Strict middling Vi 9-15 Middling 12 3-8 Strict low middl'ns: 11 7-S Low middlins 11 fj?t : -V-V fy . . , V v - 3 . " v 4 I a..-" " -CSV . V s ' ' - ; O1 vl - N r, i . s ' v ' , , v. ' :- d f . r, ' - - - - - si ?r t :'c v v J v-':v &Sr -,v iV r-r- " y f ' V ' Vfi i- " J I y, - I - tl ' I irJTl fc Nyf Tcp, Vvsitfr i ayitx- Sumner tieftl NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. Open Noon Cios January 11. SO 1171: 1!.7f March 12. 1 12.12 12. 14 & J 5 May 12.0? 12.02 .... July 11-97 11.97 11.3312 Naval Stores Market. Savannah. Jan. S. The fcpirits of turpentine market opened and closed firm today, with the close at 4 4 1-4 to 44 1-2 cents, with sales of 15j casks. Receipts were 109 casks and shipments 6 casks, leaving: stocks of 30,157 casks. The rosin market opened and closed firm. Bales were 1.001 barrels, receipt 1.444 Dareris ard shlnrr.ents of 12$ bar rels, leaving stocks of 171. 4S8 barrels. Quotations were as fo'lows; Its announced purpose belnsr "to aascmcla evidence as t- the exwr.t to which degenerative tendencies .u a'.-lively at work in America, ari. r. promote agencies for race betterrrKm i-," the National conference on Ra.ce l".-i-K-i-rnent will hold Us annual mspt at. Rattle Crcrk. Mich.. January y-ri. Arnong" the more proTilnen! men vh" will address the conference are I:e.. Newell nipht Ililils. whoue suni -! will be "Factory Deseneraiion;' . )r. and Rev. Newcii Dw;(jnt t.il, ..;:; i r i .iri'-crfit v. -v! Ijlfon i'f I'i lfttrrTT)nf." Sumiicr r 'h l "Tlio li--Kimrd As;iin Ma rria no. n i.-r: ! t.lIK ' -.-.'! i ,,! i '. i : . . . . i wti .,. 'ti i ci! ,!'; .. r.. - . tl T.-. l-.t- t n' : :i i m MARSHALL FIELD'S C ANDSONS WANi l ;.i.CE GRANDAD Orades WW TO M M K degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday morn ins, 43 degrees. Pensaoola's Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for tho month of January, 4.04 inches. Total rainfall this January to 7 p. in.. 0.0S inches. STATIONS Temp , I 42 Abilene 64 Atlanta 50 Boston Buffalo 36 Birmingham . Chicago Denver Galveston ! Green Bay 24 Hatteras 50 Huron 2S Jacksonvllio .... 32 Kansas City .... 4S Knoxville 50 Louisville 54 Memphis ........ 60 Montgomery .... 54 New Orleans .... 58 New York S3 North Piatt . . 40 Oklahoma ....... ."54 Pensacola ....... 05 Phoenix 68 Pittsburg; 40 Portland, Ore. .. 40 St. Louis 56 St. Paul 36 Salt Lake City ..22 San Francisco .. 54 Sheridan 2S Shereveport 62 Tampa 55 Toledo SS Washington .... Willlston 2 7S 5S oS S G2 42 52 66 24 54 42 62 52 5 E5 64 62 68 28 52 65 53 TO 44 46 66 40 24 oti 42 70 64 44 46 SO .10 Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Pt.cldy. Pt.cldy. Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Rain Pt.cldy. Clear Pt.cldy. Clear Pt.cidy. Clear Pt.clds-. Cloudy Ptcldy. Cloudy F K r B Open fi.sr. .r?,'. r.50 4 .60 " uo 3.!?.- 3 S5 S. S5 .T . S 5 "5 Close 6.85 . 5 t . ?, Ti . 50 4.60 4.00 :'.90 3.90 3. ST 1- 3.S7 1-2 Liverpool Market. Liverpool, Jan. S. Spot coUon, grood business, prices easier. rIidd!inr fair 7.52d; srood middling 7.1Sd; middling 6.92d; low middling 6.6Sd; g-ood ordin ary 6.02d: ordinary 5.6S. Sales 12,000 bales, ircluding 10.S00 bales American and l.OCO for specula tion and export. Receipts 9,000, includlrg S.000 Ameri can. Futures closed quiet and steady. Jan. 6.60; Jan. Feb. 6.60; Feb. Mar. 6.61 1-2; Mar. Apr. 6.63; Apr. May 6.62 1 2; May June 6.62; June July 6.58 1-2; July Aug. 6.53; Aug. Sep. 6.44 1-2; Sep. Oct. C.23 1-2; Oct. Nov. 6.00 1-2; Nov. Dec 6.16; Dec. Jan. C.15; Jan. Feb. 6.15. Chicago Grain. Chicago. Jan. 8. Cash grain: WHEAT No. 2, red 96-g97; No. 2, har S3 l-289; No. 2, northern S9 90; spring 88ig:89. CORN No. 2, 60l-2; No. 2, white 651l-2: No. 2. yellow 64 1-2. OATS Standard 33 1-4 1-2. HAY Timothy seed, $3.755.25; clover, per ton, $12.00 7i 15.00. PROVISIONS Pork $20.75; lard 10.8082 1-2; ribs lO.SS'ail.OO. Chlcagro, Jan. 2. The former M-. Marshall Fie3d, Jr., who Is now rr Baldwin Dnimmonii, wife of a re;.-' . British army officer, !s in Chi."v spending the holidays. She has v.-ifj her, besides hor husband, her ; Marphal! Held, III a;ed eighteen; h r son, Henry Field, aged sixteen, and 'kt daughter, Gwendolyn, sged thirteen Although her sons are being e.ln- cated ia Lnglatid. Mrs. Lrummond .ays ! nmn.cac tr. T rci fl-.fm Amftvlrrin 3.S7 1-2 citizens, ami to start them in bnsir-s 57 1-2 in this country when they becomo of ' age. Her elder pon, Marphsll, tli k' ibe j.lan a good one. ,fSon;e day I hope to managa '"nr great busincs founded by my grfliV father," declared thla youth, on ' arrival in Chicago. 'Til never b anything but a citizen of the TTTiiic1. States. "I'm glad to be bark here," he con tinued. "T lika Fngiish life, with Its sports and all that, but tho first chance I get I'm coming back to make ny home In Chicago." -So am I," said Henry. 'Everything seems so much faster here than It W in England.'' 'The boys are Americans, thi ;- their country, and they tvlll certaiu:.. return to the United States if I h i my way," said Mrs. Drummond. Marshall Field, III, Is now In din bridge university. His brother, Henrv, Is a pupil at Eton. y ;.; I A. 4 s , , ...X y frilly -X fa jt te 4 V i Y 1 f i .5 - J i A 4 ;. r Biggest event of the sea son! Sale starts today. Stein Bloch Suits and Overcoats and Manhattan Shirts. A. Henry White & Bro., on the corner. BOTH SUICIDED AFTER CAREFULLY LAID PLAN. New Tork, Jan. 8. The bodies of Joseph Suffiay, 4ft years old and his wife. Amelia, a year younger, wrre found last night In a gas-filled room in their home by a physician whose call at their request was part of a carefully arranged suicide pact. 1 1 Letters were written by the couple j gun three weeks ago when Shufflay that both were- sufferers from tuberc i- had to give up u. position he had held W. A. RAY HDW. CO. Wholesale and Retail 710 South Palafox Street Phone 1450 losls and had been told they had only a few weeks to live. Preparations to carry out the suicide pact were l twenty yf-ars. i In: couple owned their home and bank Looks showed deposits of $3,000. CPHHD THE CUB REPORTER All Dressed Up An' No Place To Go By "HOP" Af isobodx wants yo r)ENT US A ROOM "THE. STATION - THHY'LU LET US fiUHVC yo 6-HTHER. THBRSE-- ' ' " ' T