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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1914.
NEWS OF THE MARKETS. Naval Stores Market. Savannah, Ga., Jan. 27. Turpentine opened firm at 46 $-4 this morning with eales of 125; receipts SC5, ship ments of 54, leaving stocks of 24,101. Rosin opened Arm with sales of 2006, receipts 3,126; shipments 1,802, leaving stocks of 164,294. Quotations were as follows: Grades. Open. Close. W. W. ....6.85 6.83 TV. G. ....6. BO 6.50 2s" 6.25 6.25 !M. 5.35 5. 3 Jv. 4.50 4.50 I ....4.22 1-2 4.20 II 4.1Tl-24.20 4;io Q 4.121-24.20 4.104.15 F. 4.12 l-24.20 4.10g4.15 H. 4.12 l-2 4.17 1-2 4.10 4.15 T 4.12 1-2 4.104.15 B 4.12 1-2 4.104.15 Liverpool Market. Liverpool, Jan. 27. Cotton spot, good business done; prices unchanged. Middling fair, 7.79. Good middling, 7.45. Middling. 7.17. Low middling, 6.91. Good ordinary, 6.15. Ordinary, 6.81. tales 12,000 bales, including 11,100 bales American and 2,000 for specu lation and export. I Receipts 40,000 bales, including 25, I 700 American. Futures closed quiet. January,' 6.77 1-2. January-February, 6.77. February -March. 6.77 1-2. March-April, 6.79 1-2. April-May. 6.77 1-2. aiay-june. u.. June-July, 6.73. July-August, 6.68 1-2. August-September, 6.54 1-2 , September-October, 6.38. October-November, 6.2S 1-2. November-December, 6.24. December-January, 6.22 1-2. January-February, 6.22 1-2. Chicago Grain. Chicago, Jan. 27. Cash Wheat No. 2 red, 96 1-2. No. 2 hard. 91 1-43-4. No. 2 northern, 91 1-2. No. 2 spring, 90 1-2. Corn No. 2 white, (old) 71c. Oats No. 2 white. 43c. Standard, S9 1-240c. Hay Timothy. $3.75 $5.23. Clover, $11.75$14.50. Provisions Pork, $21.30. Lard, $10.72 1-2$10.75. Ribs, $10.75 $11.25. Ford parts in stock. Ab bott's Garage. S. Baylen St. New Orleans Futures. Now Orleans, Jan. 27. The cotton market was dull and narrow in the early trading, although it still showed underlying strength. First prices were unchanged to 2 points down and the LEGAL NOTICE. In the United States District Court, Northern District of Florida. In Bank ruptcy. In re Benj. C. Heinberg, Bank rupt, Pensacola, Fla., The creditors of Benj. C. Heinberg, of Pensacola, Fla.. Waid district, are hereby notified that on the 22nd day of January, A. D. 1914, he was duly adjudged a bankrupt, and that tne first meeting of n! creditors will be held at my office 409 Thlesen building in the city of Pensacola, Ha., on the flth day ot .February, A. JJ. 1914. at 11 o'clock a. m. at which time the creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine trie bankrupt and tran sact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. PATTILT-O CAMPBELL, Referee In Bankruptcy. it CREW NOTICE. Neither the Captain, owners or consignees of the Br. ss. Towergrate" will be responsi ble for debts contracted by the crew of said vessel. , G. GRIFFITH, Gulf Transit Co. Captain. Consignees. BANKRUPT SALE. By virtue of an order dis affirming the sale of the stock of goods, fixtures and accounts of the Brawner Riera Co., bankrupts, and by virtue of a new order passed upon the 21st day of Janu ary, 1914, I will again offer for sale at public outcry on the premises at Pensacola, Florida, the entire stock of goods, amounting to about S15,OO0, fixtures about $1, 250.00 and discounts about $1,500.00, on Saturday, Janu ary 31, 1914, at 11 o'clock, a. m. The store will be open on Friday, the 30th, all day, and the next day until the hour of sale, for the inspec tion of this stock, fixtures and inventory. T. L. GANT, Trustee. Notice is hereby given to creditors, leg atees, distributees, and all persons having claims or demands against the estate of Ole Henrik Neilsen. deceased, to present the same to the undersigned within two (S) years from the first publication of ih!e notice. This 21st day of January. A. D. 1914. E. VT. FOWLER, Administrator. 25SAoaw8w hb, iii .nil i iiaar ' 1 REMEDYFORMEN. Enroute to Palafox and Romana On our way to new loca tion moving now. You'll find us at both stores. Will advise you when trip is completed. Meyer Shoe Co 102 South Palafox. GERMAN AMERICAN DOCTORS Thlesen Building Pensacola, Fla. ton was quoted steady. Cables were not up to expectations, but not much attention was paid to them. On the call the trading months sold 1 to 2 points over yesterday's close, but afterward values fell off under what appeared to be offerings from traders who were going short. At the end of the first hour of business, prices were 2 to 4 points undar yesterday's last quotations. The market gradually sagged dur ing the morning session under a lack of speculation Very moderate offer ings, apparently about equally divides between the two accounts, were re sponsible for the sinking tendency. Accounts from the spot markets were favorable and Texas even sent in reports that some sections were donjg a considerable new business for February and March shipment with foreign ports. This, however, did not stimulate buying. At noon the trading months were 6 to 7 points down com pared with yesterday's final figures. Any little wound or abrasion of the flesh occurring in cold weather that is not promptly treated becomes a bad sore ana is ainieuit to heal. Apply BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT at once when such accidents happen. The wound heals promptly and soon does away with the annoyance of a band age. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 per bot tle. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.) YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. United States department of agricul ture, weather bureau. Charles F, Mar vin, chief. Daily weather bulletin. Pensacola' Temperature Data. Highest on record for January, 79 degrees. Lowest on record for January, 15 degrees. Average of the highest dally tem peratures for January, 60 degrees. Average of the lowest daily temper atures for January, 45 degrees. Highest temperature yesterday, 63 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday morn ing 55 degrees. Pensacola' Rainfall Data. Normal 'rainfall for the month of January, 4.04 inches. Total rainfall this January to 7 p m., 1.17 inches. Temperature 7 p. ra. 49, 8 p. ra. 48, 9 p. m. 47. WX OUT., STOP Kjsaows et4M riKt res. Temp. U - is STATIONS St5 Abilene .... Atlanta Boston .... Buffalo Birmingham Chicago . . . Denver .... Galveston .. Green Bay Hatteras ... Huron ( a jpp fa Mil . . WTt- enrt ia wia iAin cue .. Cloudy N Cloudy . . Cloudy . . Cloudy . . Clear . . Cloudy .01 Cloudy . . Cloudy .01 Cloudy .01 Cloudy . . Cloudy . . Cloudy . . Ptcldy. . . Clear . . Clear . . Pt.cldy. .. Clear . . Clear . Cloudy . . Pt-cldy. . . Pt.cldy. . . Clear . . Clear Jacksonville Kansas City Knoxville . . Louisville . . Memphis ... Montgomery New Orleans New Tork ., North Platte Oklahoma . Palestine . . Pensacola. . , Phoenix .0 Rain 72 f 58 42 50 62 42 34 62 34 50 SO 58 53 53 60 64 64 68 40 42 54 70 60 52 53 SS 60 26 28 50 42 6S 6S 54 50 12 82 C2 44 50 70 56 42 70 S4 62 36 63 63 66 66 70 70 75 42 54 53 76 6S 66 60 S3 6$ 52 3S 52 4S 76 74 53 56 20 Pittsburg Portland. Ore. St. Louis .... St, Paul Salt Lake City San Francisco Sheridan ...... Shreveport . . Tampa Toledo Washington .. . . C"tar 66 Snow . . Clear . . Clear SO Clear . . Clear . . Cloudy . . Clear .. Clear . . Cloudy . . Clear . , Clear WITHIN LAW By MARVIN DANA FROM THE PLAY OF BAYARD VEILLER Copyright. 1913. by the H. K. Fly company. SYNOPSIS Mary Turner, a department Flore clerk, is fentence3 to prison for three years for a theft sha did not commit. Edward Gilder, owner of the depart ment store, consents to see Mary be fore she goes to prison, expecting her to confess. Mary protests her innocence to Gil der and begs him to pay better wages to his clerks to save them from temp tation. After three years in prison Mary is freed, but the police prevent her hold ing positions. She Jumps into the river to end her life, but Is rescued by Joe Garson, a forger. Mary forms a partnership with Gar son and his gang, by which they mulct rich victims in a lesial manner, keep ing "within the law." Mary is warned by the police to leave town after she has formed the acquaintance of Richard Gilder, her former employer's eon. Helen Morris, the girl who had com mitted the theft for which Mary was inrpriivined, sot-s Mary and confesses her guilt. Mary marries Dick Gilder without his father's knowledge and then re fuses to aail for Europe with him. Joe Gars- n, n gainst Mary's protest, agrees with Eddie Gritrg?, another crook, to help commit a burglary in Gilder's home. v Edward Gildr-r sees Ms son's bride and tries to induce her to give up her husband. Dk-k refuses to leave her even when she tells him she is an ex convict. Inspector Burke calls on Gilder and tells him that a burglary at his home that night has been arranged through Griggs, a stool pigeon, to trap Mary Turner and her gang. Garson and his gang break into Gil der's home and are followed by Mary, who is told of the proposed burglary. While they are there Dick return 3 home. Garson learns that Griggs h.d helped put up the job on him, and h-; kills Griggs with a noiseless revolver. Inspector Burke arrives, finding only Mary and Dick with Griggs' body. Mary and Dick are arrested af'ti' Mary says Dick killed Griggs, a bi -lar. Other members of the gans arrested and "sweated" by Burkr. CHAPTER XV. Within the Toils. THE going of Garson left the room deathly still. Dick turn ed to Mary and took her hand Jn Ms. uis arm swept aoout her in a protecting embrace Just In time or she would have fallen. A whisper came from her quivering lips. Her face was close to his, else he could not have caught the nncertain murmuring. The muscles of her face twitched. She rested supinely against him as if bereft of any strength of body or of sonl. let. In the intensity of her utterance, the feeble wbieper struck like a shriek of horror. "I I never saw any one killed be fore!" Before he could utter the soothing words that lose to Us lips, Dick was interrupted by a slight sonnd at the door. Instantly he was all alert to meet the exigencies of the situation. He stood by the couch, bending for ward a little as if in a posture of inti mate fondness. He heard the noise again presently, now so near that he made sure of being overheard, so at once he spoke with a forced cheerful ness In his inflection. "I tell you. Mary," he declared, "ev erything's going to be all right for you and me. It was bully of you to come here to me like this." The girl made no response. Dick, In nervous apprehension as to the issue, sought to bring her to realization of the new need that had come upon them. "Talk to me," he commanded very softly. 'They'll be here In a minute. "When they come in pretend you Just came here in order to meet me. Try, Mary. You must, dearest!" Then again his voice rose to loudness as he continued: "Why, I've been trying all day to see you. And now here we are together, just as I was beginning to get really discouraged. I know my fa ther will eventually" He was interrupted by the swift swinging open of the hallway door. Burke stood Just within the library, a revolver pointed menacingly. "Hands up, all cf yon!" The Inspec tor's voice fairly roared the command. The belligerent expression of bis face vanished abruptly as his eyes fell on Dick standing by the couen and Mary reclining there in limp helplessness. "What are you doing in this house at this time of night?" Dick demanded. "I recognize you, Inspector Burke. But you must understand that there are limits even to what you can do. It seems to me, sir, that you exceed your authority by such an intrusion as this." Burke waved his revolver toward Mary. "What's she doing here?" he asked. "You forset yourself, Inspector. This CHICHESTER S PILLS "flBr rue DIAMOND nUlM). Jk jLadiMZ JLu ymnr vrwcrffoi for , I fat -ehmm-xer DJaneod Braatl I'tl'a lnJHcd aid feo!4 nalllc bexes. sircl v.lU Clue Kicfcon. I aka otscr. Jb v r or Tour rwrtrixt. As ; f-nCIj J-t nkS-TEK S THE r-a.av is my wife. She has" the right to be with me her husband!" "Where's your father?" he questioned roughly. "In bed, naturally. was the answer. "I ask you again. What are you doing here at this time of night?" "Oh, call jour father," Burke di rected. "It's late," Dick objected. "I'd rath er not disturb him. if you don't mind." Suddenly he smiled very winningly and spoke with a good assumption of Ingenuousness. "Inspector." he said briskly, I see I'll have to tell you the truth. It's this: I've persuaded my wife to go away with me. She's going to give all that other sort of thing up. Yes, we're going away together. So, you see, we've got to talk it over. Now. then, inspector, if youTl come back in the morning" As be spoke the white beam of the flashing searchlight from the tower fell between the undrawn draperies of the octagonal window. The light star tled the inspector again, as it had done once before that same night. His gaze followed it instinctively. So within the second ho saw the still form lying there on the floor. There was no mistaking that awful, motionless, crumpled posture. The in spector leaped to the switch by tin door and turned on the lights of th chandelier. In the next moment h. had reached the door of the passav across the room, and his whistle sound ed 6hrill. nis voice bellowed re-en forcement to the blast. "Cassidy! Cassidyr Cassidy came rushing in with the other detectives. "Why, what's it all mean, chief?" he questioned. "They've got Griggs!'' Burke answer ed. There was exceeding rage in his leWSUj. - ' - 1 ft ' - ;.;,,.,., ' r , --. -.'.!.. j 1-0.. j" 1 'Hand up! AM ef you! voice as he spoke from his kneettng posture beside the body, to which he had hurried after the summons to his aids. "I'll break yon for thla, Cas sidy," he declared fiercely. "Why didn't you get here on the ran when you heard the shot?" "But there wasn't any shot. I tell you, chief, there hasn't been a sound." Burke rose to his feet Ilis heavy face was set In its sternest mold. "You could drive a hearse through the hole they made in him," said Cas sidy. Burke wheeled on Mary and Dick. "So." he shouted, "now It's murder! Well, hand It over. Where's the gun?" He nodded toward Dick as he gave his order. "Search him!" Dick took the revolver from bis pock et and held it out. At this incriminating crisis for the son the father hastily strode into the library. He bad been aroused by the Inspector's shouting and was evidently greatly perturbed. THE JOURNAL'S DAILY WEATHER MAP U. f Pensacola, Jan. 27. Fair f Wednesday, Thursday fair In f east and south and unsettled In northwest ortion, moderate In northeast to east winds except southeast to south rj3CPL.AXA.TORV NOTES.. Obserrations taken at 8p. iru' totb meridian time. AJr pressure aadnced to se level. Isobars (continuous lines) paw brMcS torfits' of equal air pressure. IsoUierms (dotted lines) pass tbrough points of equal tempeTatnxe; Crswn only for zero, freezing. 90, and 100. O clear: Q partly clondy; cloudy: rain; () snow; report missing.. Arrows fly with the uind. First fljares, higliest temperature past 12 boars; second, precipitation of .01 Inch or more Cor past 24 boors; tblrd. maximum wind Telocity. "What's all this?" he exc!alrned. Burke in a moment like this was no respecter of persons. "You can see for yourself." he said grimly to the dnmfoucded magnate. "So." he went on, with somber men ace in his voice, "you did it, young man." He nedded toward the detec tive. "Well. Cassidy. you can take 'era both downtown. That's ail." The command aroused Dick to re monstrance against such indignity to ward the woman he loved. "Not her!" he cried imploringly. "You don't want her, inspector! Thts Is all wrong!" "Dick." Mary advised quietly, "don't talk, please." "What do yon expect?" Burke in quired truculently. "As a matter of fact, the thing's simple enough, young man. Either you killed Griggs or she did." The inspector with his charge made a careless gesture toward the corpse of the murdered stool pigeon. Edward Gilder looked and saw the ghastly, in animate heap of flesh and bone that had once been a msn. He fairly reeled f ' " iv i. V ' ; iter- IV. y . ; ,v , Scm could drive a hearse through the hole they made in him." at the spectacle, then fumbled with an outstretched hand nntil he laid hold on a chair, into which he sank helplessly. "Either you killed him," the voice repeated gratingly, "or she did. Well, then, young man, did she kill him?" "Good God, no!" Dick shouted, aghast. "Then it was your -No, no! He didn't!" Mary words came frantically. Barke reiterated the accwatlon. "One of you killed Griggs. Which one of you did it?" He scowled at Dick. "Did she km him?" T 4sv1 trnTt wiu jr v u tv - ! "Well, then," he Mastered to tb girt, j -'did be kill him?" Tne nod of hi head was toward Dick. Then a she remained silent, 'I'm talking to yon!" he snapped. "Did he kill Men 7" The reply "aroe with, a soft distinct ness that was like a crash of destiny. "Yes." Dick turned to hs wife fa reproach ful amazement. "Mary!" be cried Incredulously. Tou'II swear he killed him 7" Btrrke asked briskly. "Why not?" she responded Hstlosaly. At this intolerable assertion as he deemed it Edward Gilder eat rigidly erect In bis cbair. "God!" he cried despairingly. "And that's yonr vengeance!" "I don't want vengeance now!" she said. "But they'll try my boy for murder," the magnate remonstrated, distraught "Oh, no, "they can't! came the re Joinder. "What s the reason we cant?" Barke stormed. "Becaase my bnsband merely killed a burglar. He phot him In defense of hia homer In his ofBee next morning Inspector Burke was fuming over the failure of his conspiracy. He had hoped through this plot to vindicate his au thority, so sadly flaunted by Garson and Mary Turner. Instead of this much to be ired result from his 1 i I S, Department of Agriculture. WEATHER BUREAU. scheming the outcome bad been noth ing Iei than disastrous. Some one had murdered Griggs, the stool pigeon. The murder could not go unpunished. The slayer's identity ma-rt be determined. To the discovery of this identity, the inspector was at the present moment devoting himself by adroit questioning of Dacey and Chi cago Eed. who had been arrested in one of their accustomed haunts. "Come across now!" he admonishel. nis voice rolled forth like that of a bull of Bashan. He was on his feef, facing the two thieves. Ilia head Kf thrust forward menacingly, and hit eyes were savage. "I don't knew nothln'!" Chics p Red's voice was between a snarl and a whine. "Ain't I been telling you tttat for over an hour?" Burke gave Dacey, who chanced to be the nearer of the two, a shove that sent the fellow staggering halfway across the room under its impetus. "Dacey, how long have you been out?" "A week. "Want to go back for another 1 stretch T' r "God. nor ! "Who shot Griggs?' The reply was a chorus from the two: "I don't kiyrw honest, I don't!" In his eagerness Chicago Red moved toward bis questioner. "Honest to Gawd. I don't know noth ln about it!" The Inspector's fl?t shot ont towierd Chicago Red's Jaw. The thief wnt to his knees under the blow. "Now. get up and talk!" BtrrtVs voice came with unrepentant nolsia-ws against the stricken man. Cringingly Chicago Bed obeyed as far as the getting to hi feet was "con cerned. While he got slowly to his feet be took care to keep at a repct ful distance from the offlcia!. Cassidy entered the Inspector's office to announce tbe arrival cf the district attorney. "Send "lm fn." Burke directed. He made a gesture toward the docnan and added, "Take 'em back!" "I came as soon as I got your sage." the district attorney said as he seated himself in a chair by the dftjik. "And Ive sent word to Mr. Glider. Now, then. Burke, lefs have this tfrtug quickly?" The inspector's explanation was con cise: "Joe Garson, Chicago Red and Daey, along with Griggs, broke Into Edward Gilder's house last night. I knew tbe trick was going to be palled off, and eo 1 planted Cassidy and a couple of oth er men Just ootslde tbe room rbero the haul was to be made. Then I went away, and after something like naif an hour I came back to make tbe arrests myself. When I broke Into the room I found young Gilder alone with that Turner woman be married, and fhty were Just talking,- together. I found Griggs lying on the Coo dead! The Turner woman says young Gilder shot Griggs because be broke into the house. Ain't that the limtt?" "What does tbe boy say7" "Nothing. We're got Chicago Red and Dacey, and well have Garson be fore tbe day's over. And, oh, yes! They're picked up a young girl at the Turner woman's place. And we've got one real clew for oncer He opened a drawer of the desk ana took oot Gar son's pistol, to which the silencer was still attached. Ton never saw a gun like that be fore, eh?" he exclaimed. Demarest ad mitted the fact "111 bet yon never did! That thirg on the end Is a Maxim silencer. There are tboneands of them In use on rifles, but they've never been able to nee them on revolvers before. That thing la absolutely noiseless. Tve tried 1L Well, yen see. It'll be an easy thing easiest thing in the world to trace that silencer attachment Cassldy's working en that end of the thing now V coNTim7P-rjo Subscribe for The Journal. 1 Agents Hart SchafFner&Marx and Kirschbaum Suits L. E. Nobles & Co. 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