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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1914. DAILY, WEEKLY, SUNDAY, BY JOURNAL PUBLISHING COMPANY. FRANK L. MAYES, President. MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On WmIt. Dallv and Sundlv ....$ .13 Two Woaka. Dallv and Sunday .. .25 On Month Dally and Sunday .... -55 Three Mentha, Dally and Sunday 1.S Six Months, Dally and Sunday ... 3.25 One Year, Dally and Sunday 6.50 Sunday Only, One Year Weakly Journal, One Year ...... 1-0O Oince Journal Building, Corner De Luna end Intendencla. Entered as eacond-claaa matter at the postoWca at Penaaeola, o' inder Act of Congress, March 3, 187. Phones: Editorial Rooms, 38. nsss Office, 1500. - Busl- FOREIGN ADVERTISING. Foreign Advertising: Robert MacQuold. Special Representative. N York Office; Room 903, Bruns wick Bonding. Chicago Office: Advertising Buiiamg. Ba.TOBDAT, JANUARY 10, 1914. The Level-Headed Man The Effective Man. There are many virtues and attrib utes that go to make up the successful man. And when the word successful Is used. It Is In that broader sense that stands for the well-rounded citizen, whose success is In what he accom plishes in the world's work. Tather than what fc acquires of th world's goods. An ot all these virtues and all these a-ttrfinites there Is none "that counts more effectively, in the long- run, than self -control. The level-headed man Is the man whose value Is Indeed "far above raMes." The man who faces the crisis with a quiet and unfaltering courage, and who, Instead of dissipating his energies In useless railing' and his rtreiUfth in futile recriminations, lends hl every ' physical, mental and moral power to directing that energy into ! channels where it may he of service, i There is nothing in the world so fu J til, so ineffectual and so unproductive cf any good, aai the habit of mind that 1 iwutees censure, recrimination and ' suspicion. , The man who counts in the affairs of i men is the man who "bridles his tongue, : who curbs his temper and keeps his ' head In the face, of a crisis. rhmmn "!Vlr aiv that If n. Smith ! American anaconda should swallow Colonel Roosevelt, the Bull Moose par ty would die within a week. But what rnajtea him think there ever was an . anaconda, that could swallow the col vonelt -g. TmkamaL C!1.a,,13 T-I lira g2t Big Tourist Trade. This is the season of the year when the greatest number of northern tour ists leave their homes for the south. The- greater number of those who come to Pensacola during the winter, do not leave the Icebound north until after th Christmas holidays, when they make their plans for remaining until the spring season. Now is the time to do Pensacola's part, not only in entertaining these vis itors on their arrival, but of inducing them to come south to enjoy the mild er climate and the beauties and pleas ures that nature has provided with a prodigal hand. . If every Fensacollan would send off a few postal cards, with a line or two calling attention to Pensacola's ad vantages as a winter and pleasure Te sort for tourists, it would do much to advertise Pensacola's natural advan tages for outdoor life in the winter season, and would draw a greatly In creased tourist travel to this section. "Explorer and Mrs Peary have been giving a coming out party for their "snow? toaby" Dear, dear, how time does yl The President's Vacation In the South. It will be gratifying news to- the people all over the country that Pres ident "Wilson's stay at Pass Christian has completely restored his health and that h is now as well and vigorous as he ever was. It should be especially rratlfying to the people of the south that the genial climate her has been co beneficial to the distinguished health and rest seek er. President Wilson, it is said by consressmen In a position to know, was "worn out" with the arduous work of his administration, and it can be truthfully said that no president ever Worked so unremittingly as has Presi dent "Wilson since the hour of his in auguration, and even before. President Taft was a great traveler while he was the occupant of the White House. He artdom stayed "on the SoV three months at a time with out taking vacations. Roosevelt was an inveterate traveler and bear-hunter " and visited all sections of the coun try. .He was continually on the go. But President Wilson has been at work all the time and the result is that he has already done more for the country in ten months than Roosevelt and Taft did during their entire tenure tf office. He has not only seen the tar- Iff and currency measures enacted into law, but he has seen many of the trusts dissolved without anv legal act Ion. They knew what was coming and they knew the man in the White House .was not a trtfler. that he meant what he said, and that he would enforce, as they had never before been enforc ed, the provisions of the Sherman anti trust law. They- knew he was not a tnn wko xaado grandstand, plays and when he said he was going to do a thing it meant that it was going to be done. "You can't unscramble eggs," declar ed J. P. Morgan when he was asked why he and his associates were with drawing from interlocking directorates. Morgan and his friends knew what was coming and they simply decided to comply with the law without being forced to do so, and thus President Wilson's administration has accom plished more in the wav of breaking up trusts, without resorting to the courts, than any of his predecessors have ever accomplished. There has been a great strain on the president and it Is no wonder that his health began to fail. No president ever did the same amount of work In the same time, and the vacation that the president has been enjoying on the gulf coast has shown that he has won derful recuperative powers and that he will return to Washington prepared for another arduous siege. It is probable that congress wll lremaln in session until the summer months come, and it will not be until then that the patriot ic, Christian gentleman who 13 the chief executive of this great nation will get another chance for a vacation of even three weeks' duration. The country should relolce that President Wilson's health has been so completely restored by the splendid , climate of the south. A DIFFERENCE IN WORKING HOURS A man's working day Is 8 hours. His body organs must work perfectly 24 hours to keep htm fit for 8 hours work. Weak, sore, inactive kidneys can not do it. They must be sound and healthily active all the time, Foley Kidney Pills will make them so. You cannot take them Into yotrr system without good results following. D'Al emberte's Pharmacy. (Adv.) YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. ITnltd States department of agricul ture, weather bureau. Charles T. Mar vin, chief. Dally weather bulletin. Panaaeola's Temperature Data. Highest on reoord for January, 79 degrees. Lowest on record for January, 15 degrees. Avers of the highest dally tem peratures for January, 60 degrees. Average of the lowest dally temper atures for January, 45 degrees. Highest temperature yesterday, 67 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday morn ing, 55 degrees. Pensaeola'a Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for the month of January, 4.04 inches. Total rainfall this January to 7 p m., 0.08 Inches. STATIONS Temp. i E ? u' t 2 2 SO Boston . ....... ., 36 40 Rain Buffalo ........... 8 Clear Birmingham ... 64 70 .i Pt.cldy. Chicago 34 38 . Cloudy Denver .. 24 40 . Cloudy Galveston ........ 62 72 .. Clear Green Bay . . . 22 32 .02 Pt.cldy. Hat t eras . 56 68 Cloudy Huron 16 18 ... Cloudy Jacksonville 64 72 .. Rain Kansas City ... 80 34 .. Cloudy Knoxville 64 68 .. Pt.cldy Memphis 46 60 ..- Clear Montgomery .... 68 74 Pt.cldy. New Orleans .... 68 78 .. Cloudy New York ...... 38 48 North Platte .... 30 38 .. Cloudy Oklahoma ....... 86 46 .. Clear Palestine ,. 64 64 . . Clear Pensacola 6i 67 .. Cloudy Phoenix 60 62 .. Clear Pittsburg 38 46 .. Rain Portland, Ore. ... 42 48 '16 Cloudy St. Louie 82 40 .. Cloudy St. Paul . 14 16 .. Pt.cldy. San Francisco ..62 62 .. Clear Sheridan ......... 22 32 .06 Pt.cldy. Shreveport ...... 66 ... .. Clear Tampa 6S 72 .. Rain Toledo 38 42 .. Rain Washington 64 64 ,. Cloudy Williston ........ 22 26 . . Cloudy "Department stores can sell any thing. The sxrvernment was going to scrap a lot of old cavalry sabers at 2 cents a pound as Junk." Well?" "A department store took the lot and ran em off at $2 a piece as decorations for dens." Pittsburg Post. The Plan That Pays Its Way Is The Cash Plan For Today Only Krinkle Corn Flake, per package ..t-.3 5c 7 bars Octagon Soap " for w-i. 25c Meal, per peck . .25c Sugar, Granulated 5 -lb for .25c Delico Chipped, Dried Beef per can. 9c 25 lbs Standard Gran ulated Sugar for $1.00 .With very $S purchase or mere of groceries that are not-advertised In this Hat. E B Hoffman & Son The Store Where Quality and Price Are Both Considered. Phone 225 57 and 59 E. Gregory street. Manhattan Sshitrtt Sale All $1.50 Manhattan Shirts $1.15 A1K$2.00 Manhattan Shirts $1.38 All $2.50 Manhattan Shirts . .$1.88 All $3.00 Manhattan Shirts . .$2.25 All $3.75 Manhattan Shirts ..$2.65 All $4.00 Manhattan Shirts .....$2.85 All $5.00 Manhattan Shirts .$3.55 All $8.00 Manhattan Shirts .. ; . ..$4.45 A Sale of Suits and Overcoats Including the celebrated Stein - Bloch Clothes and every suit and overcoat in the store. All $25.00 to $30.00 Suits and Overcoats $18.50 All $20.00 to $22.50 Suits and Overcoats $15.00 All $15.00 to $15.50 Suits and Overcoats 10.00 All $12.50 to $13.50 Suits and Overcoats . . 8.50 A Sale of Men's Trousers. 25 reduction on any pair of Men's Extra Trousers in the Store. Boys' Suits and Overcoats Reduce 25 per cent 25' reduction on all boy's clothing: Excepting; Blue Serge. Sale begins today. A. Henry White 6 Brother "Pensacola's Authority on Men's and Boys' Wear" OLIVER LEAVE; FOR MEETING OE (MO! STATES DIRECTORS WILL ELECT A PRESI DENT, DETERMINE THE NUM BER OF CLUBS AND LENGTH OF THE SEASON. HARBOR AND MARINE NEWS PASSED SAND KEY. December 8 6 p. m., steamer City of Everett, with tow, bound west; 6 p. m.. steamer Rayo, with tow, bound west. December 9 3 a. m., steamer Skip ton Castle, bound west; it a. m.. steam er Tottenham, bound west: 10 a. m., steamer Trinadian, bourrd west; 5 p. m., steamer of the lorgan line, bound east. . Arrived. Ger ps Joachim Zelck, 149S, Wels, Wilmington to J. Garriga. Br s's Jacob Bright, 1734, Bootyman, Port Arthur to Cary & Co. Cleared. Br ss Jacob Bright. 1734. Booty man, for Tyne via Delfzyl with 350 tons bunker coal. Sailed. Br ss Jacob Kright for Tyne via Delfzyl. VESSEL IN PORT. Steamships. Joachim Zelck, Ger, 149S, Wels, Wil mington to J. G-arrisa. Brooklet. Br. 269 7. Horn. Philadel phia to John A. Merritt & Co. Canada, Dan es, 279T, Jespersen, Sa vannah, to J. A. Merritt & Co. Montauk Point. Br ss, S026, Dove, Bremen, to Gulf Transit Company- Kingswood. Br ss. 1205, Howdy, Ten eriffe, to H Baars Co. Consul Corfttzon. Swed. 1656 Run corn to John A. Merritt & Co. Bark. Paolina, Ital, 118S, Gandolfo, Savona, to Rosasco Bros. Schooners. Doris. Am sch, 310, Sherman. Ha vana, to J. A. Merritt & Co. Donna Christina, Am sen. 165, Kra mer, Havana, to John A. Merritt & Co. Iagrma. Am, 222. Bayles, Sasrua la Grande to John A. Merritt & Co. Rimac, Nor., 885, Thomaeeen, Per nambuco to H. Baars & Co, WANTED. At once six good hustling agents to represent the new Lincoln-American Life In surance Co., apply 204 Blount building. ADMIRAL BLUE ON "AERONAUTICS" BT ASSOCIATED PRKSS. Washington. Jan. . "It is time to jump Tight in and catch uo with the European nations in aeronautics," says Rear Admiral Blue, chief of the navi gation bureau of the navy, in a recom mendation just submitted to the house committee on naval affairs for liberal aviation appropriations. "We expect to go ahead much faster in the future," the admiral explained. "The English. French and German na tions have a fjreat number of machines, dirigible and heavier-than-air. Situated near each other as the Kuropean na tions are, one would naturally expect them to have many more air craft than we, and consequently more experience intheir- development." Directors of the Cotton States league will assemble in session today at Meridian for the purpose of electing a president to succeKl J. E. Redus, de termining the number of clubs that shall compose the leaerue and the length of the playing: season. If the wiser heads prevail in their contention the season will not open as soon as it did last year and a schedule also will be adopted by which the clubs will not be forced to pay over all of their money to the railroads and hotels of the circuit. John G. Oliver of the Pen sacola club left last nijrht to attend the meeting'. It is understood that several cities are desirous of petting franchises in the league and if two can be found that can be added without materially increasing the mileage and the club owners havo sufficient financial back ing, they will be added and the league increased to eipht clubs which would bo better for all concerned. If the league is to remain of six clubs Pen sacola will Insist xiDon retaining hpr franchise and so will Selma. Penpaeola will also cast her vote for J. K. Redus as president in preference to Arthur Iewis of Jackson, who has been nom inated by the Jackson club owner. Re garding the meeting the following spe cial from Meridian -will be read with interest in this section: "All eyes in the Cotton States circuit are centered on the coming directors meeting of the Cotton States league In this city on January 10. The circuit will be formed at this meeting and a president elected to succeed President J. E. Redus, who declares that he has had enough and will not accept reelec tion under any consideration whatso ever. "The only two candidates for the presidency is former President Arthur Iewis of Jackson and O. M. Flynn of Columbus. "At the last meeting of the directors In this city Mr. Redus announced his withdrawal from the presidency and refused to be entertained for reelec tion. Arthur Lewis was nominated for the presidency by M. A. Lewis, presi dent of th Jackson club, and received a second by Howard S. Williams of Jarkson, representing Oarksdale. "Arthur Ijewis headed the "'o4ton States league for one ssasnn. and mde many friends, snd aiso. some enemies. He will probably have the snpport of Jackson and Clarksdale. If the latter is in the league next jear. which is extremely doubtful. "Mr. Flynn was non-committal as to whether or not he was a candidate for the presidency, preferring the reelec tion of Mr. Redus. Mr. Redus's refusal however leaves Plynn with a majority vote, as the matter now stands. Will Surely Have League. "The horizon is badly clouded when the horoscope of the Cotton States ap pears. Dopists are unable to figure at this time just exactly where to get off. In fact, opinion Is almost unanimous that there is going to be no Cotton States league, and if there is a league it will he composed of not mere than four towns. "The proBpects so far are Meridian, Jackson. Colirmbus and Selma. Pensa cola and darksdale are doubtful. These teams composed the circuit last year and without ' an exception came out at the wrong end of the financial horn. "The main troubles last season were mileage and ms-nagers. Mileage ate up the coin, while the manafcers in several towns in the circuit aided to make he game unpopular through disgraceful baseball tactics and embroilments in various derogatory personal affairs. "From the very begjrming of the rea son rhanges were made in managers and it seemed as if the changes only made matters worse instead of better. The game got rotten and patronage, as a matter if course, fell away to prac tically nothing. Then began the introduction of town lot players, mixed with a few college youths who beKeved that they had the makings of world's stars in them." SPECIALS FOR Today and onday Beginning this morning at 9 o'clock we will sell: Apron Ginghams (8c value) . . . . yard C (Now on display in windows) Solid Color and Fancy Outings; finest (l 1 (f . 12 yards for A.wu quality Ladies' Fast Black Hose while thev last . . - 4 nnirs for wC -a. V j VVWWVVVV f a wr i SI Ladies' Regular 50c Uoion Suits; this sale only . o . . White Lawn and Crossbar Muslin; this sale . , . . . r 25 39, yard 5, !ig Reduction in All Ready-to -Wear and Millinery Watch This Space for Our Specialo McM ills. 115 South Palafox Street 5Hj 1000 Boxes. Whitman's fine candy just received. Box free with every cash purchase of 25c or more today. The Crystal Pharma cy. THE FRESH FRESHMAN. There was a fresh freshman named Reese Mixed some chemicals in with some grease, JTrfd it over the flame And exploded the same. 37w they're sending him home piece by piece. Livingston Trance. A SHARP ADVANCE IN COTTON MARKET New York.'7an. A sharp advance .... -rv.or.vof- -frlvwed rrtiWica- tion of the census ginning report. March contracts sold up to J2.49, or $1.75 per bale aBove yesierwy -iv-ing price and approximately half a cent above the recent w .'cv'a ,, The official report, indicating 13,333. 074 bales ginned to January 1, showed a big falling off in ginning operations as compared with the. first half of De cember. This led to a considerable revision of crop estimate, wbtoh had recently been increased to more than 14 KOO.000 bales bv some authorities. Shorts were active buyers on the ad vance and there was said to be a broadening demand from both trade and speculative sources. The advance was accompanied by reports that the revival of smaller crop Idea had strengthened the price views of spot holders in the Bouth. Do vom begin to oough at night. Just when you hope to teep? Do you ha a tickling throat that keepa you awake? Jnst take FoVya Honey and Tar Compound. It w41i check the cough and stop the tickling anaaXion at onca. Does not upset the stomach, la bet for children and grown persons. D A1 emberte's Pharmacy. (Adv.) gR90 OSBB-!! S BB S5 E5 HH S S-BESS" These Prices Should Interest Every Housekeeper in Pensacola Best Country Pork, per pound ..15 and 20c Pure Pork Sausage, per pound 22J,c Guaranteed Fresh yard eggs, per doz. 38c, two doz. Veal, per pound . . ... . . . . . 20c Spring Lamb, per pound . ... . . . 20 and 25c Quick Delivery. Palafox Market Phones 19S-199. 117 N. Palafox Street. Opposite Court House. Sturgis Go -Carts Are the Best We have retailed the Sturgis cart for years. Our long experience with different lines has taught us many things about folding Go-Carts. The Sturgis cart will give you perfect service and gives us perfect satisfaction. SS.SO to 30 $2.00 Caih, $1.00 a Week. rf a.-..- -hut"- j r 1 1 mi 'J w.r- .. Jtm iff t RfM ITLff?EL COMPANY . i . 1 1 .ii .i.., DEFIED OFFICERS FOR TWENTY YEARS BY ASSOCIATED PRE5S. Wandron, Ark., Jan. 9. John Dale, who for twenty years ha defied reve nue officers In the western counties of Arkansas, was found asleep in the woods near here today and arrested by a United States marehara posse on charge of operating an illicit still. Dale lay asleep on hia rifle at the foot of a tree. Awakened to find six gun pointed at him, he showed flfbt, but soon waa overpowered. Dale's crude still and 260 irallons of liquor were confiscated and the opera tor put In jail. His whiskey-making device was f the portable kind gen erally known aa "a wild cat still." A a early as 1894 attempts were made to corner Dale and scores of eovernment officers, after trailing him for months in isolated regions of Scott and Folk counties, had abandoned the chase. The H. & H. Market and Grocery k'tepa everything that Is flood to cat. Phones 1397 and 1484. "My father" the English girl's eyes flashed proudly "ld the Six Hundred at Balaklava." The American girl superclliusly. "My mother" she paus ed to add lmpressfveness to her words "leads the four hundred In New York city." Puck. -"I was in mouminjr for my husband a whole year, from the 5th of March to the 5th of May." "Cut, excuse in that's fourteen months:" "Yes; but In the arnival season I stopped for twu montha."r Meggendorfcr Blaetter.