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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1914.
Everyone Should Have a Safety Deposit Box We rent them at $2.00 per year and up. No trouble to show them. Call and see our equip ment in this depart ment. American National Bank 20 S. PALAFOX ST. BETTER CLOTHES. You can be a well-dressed man or woman. We will sell you clothes on easy pay ments and at reduced prices, too. Galin's, 26 S. Palafox. OUR SPECIALTY ,W Buy and Sell All Sections. Metzger Brothers, MOBILE. ALA. TERSELY TOLD. $5.00 REWARD. Th Journal will pay $9.00 reward for evidence sufficient to convict any boy or person found stealing subscribers' papers crftsr delivery of same by carrier. Circulation Manager W. M. Herri der of The Journal has received a let ter from Jno. E. Wilson, formerly of Pensacola, but now of San Antonio, Texas, enclosing a post card picture of himself and Carl Zerr, also formerly of this city. Mr. Wilson is now in the tailoring business in San Antonio, ad Mr. Zerr has a fine position as chauffeur for a San Antonio business xnan. D. I. Green, a well known Binifay resident, arrived in Pensacola last night on the train from the east. lie registered at the San Carlos hotel and will spend the day here transacting business. W. N. Xorris and'R. E. Porter, of Selma, Alabama, are among the busi ness visitors in the Deep Water City today. They are registered guests of the San Carlos. Among the visitor to Pensacola to day is Judge Ira Hutchinson, a well known Washington county citizen. He is registered at the Sari Carlos hotel from Chipley, Florida. E. M. Sessoms, of Caryville, Fla., was among the well known West Flor Idians arriving in Pensacola last night from the east. He is making the San Carlos hotel his headquarters. Among the arrivals at the San Car los hotel yesterday were Mr. D. Sul livan and Miss Lioretta I. Sullivan. They are from Port St Joe and will be here for a day or two. J. M. Campbell, of McDavid, Fla., arrived here yesterday and spent the , day in the city. He is here on a husl YJiess mission. Five members of the Mutt and Jeff theatrical company were guests of the San Carlos hotel last night. W. J. Singletary, of Grand Ridge, Jackson county, Fla., arrived in Pen sacola last night. Mr. Singletary was a member of the legislature In 1909 and Introduced the first bill ever pro posed in this state for the abolition of CPHOD THE CUB REPORTER AE-THS PRACTKALa TnS IT I i $L ( e tATTUL ) E 0O I I: 6 "THAT TWE. and MvEncr mm L Wt hT1H5rrl oyfM L vuijhkopYour.) I j j HEALTH BOARD j ' ' ' ' ' ' ''' ''' Ntl $ n 1 1 i'j j 1 - 111 t " ' ' ' 1 rr 1 Ti.i m m in i n i i i wmmAm 11 " ' """ r" i - m n ! the fee system. Mr. Singletary will remain In Pensacola till tonight. G. H. Malone, of Dothan, Ala., is a business visitor to Pensacola today, having arrived yesterday. Mr- Malone is a well known resident of South Alabama. THE WEARER OF A SPLIT SKIRT CHORUS GIRL OF THE MUTT AND JEFF COMPANY CREATES MILD SENSATION ON PALAFOX ST. If a certain young lady, who was later found to be a member of the chorus of the Mutt & JefC Company, hadn't hied herself into the San Car los hotel yesterday afternoon when she did, it would have been necessary to call out the traffic squad of cops, for there was a crowd variously esti mated at from one to three dozen men following the girl up one side of Pala fox street and down the other; and she knew it, too. ' But the boys who brought up the rear were not to be censured, for the lady wore a skirt that was split honest to goodness way beyond the knee. You say, "Well, what of it?" Tou don't know the circumstances unless you were there (and if you were on the scene you never will forget It) for there wasn't the usual gaudy col ored petticoat under that top skirt. Incased in the most fascinating, nerve wrecking, gray silk hose was the most well, phe didn't have anything to be ashamed of: that's straight. She knew the boys were enjoying it and that every step she took was sell ing an extra ticket to Mutt & Jeff, so she deliberately made two separate and distinct trips up and down Pala foxstreet. Clerks left their customers, male customers left the stores, barbers carved the countenances of their pa trons trying to look and shave simul taneously, and the men in tonsorial chairs left the shops with the towels still 'round their necks to "risk one eye" on the attractive passer-by. She was accompanied by another member of the theatrical company whose shirt was modest, being split only little more than eighteen inches. They marched, heads in air, hand in hand, down the principal thoroughfare of staid Pensacola, until they had had all the fun they wanted: then they went home and dressed for the show. TIME "PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" IN FIVE ,MINUTES YOUR SOUR BLOATED, GASSY STOMACH FEELS FINE. You don't want a slow remedy when your stomach is bad or an uncertain one or a harmful one your stomach is too valuable: you mustn't injure it with drastic drugs. Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its speed in giving relief; its harmless ness; its certain unfailing action in regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. Its millions of cures in indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach trouble has made it famous the world over. Keep this perfect stomach doctor in your home keep it handy get a large fifty-cent case from a.ny drug store and then if anyone should eat some thing which doesn't agree with them; if what they eat lays like lead, fer ments and sours and forms gas; causes headache, dizziness and nausea; eruc tations of acid and undigested food remember as soon as Pape's Lnapepsin comes in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. Its prompt ness, certainty and ease In overcoming the worst stomach disorders is a reve lation to those who try It. (Adv.) MANY WATCH GAS mm AND INDIGESTION Coining of The Sunbeam JfT Aroid Those Pains and Distress Which so Many Mothers Have Suffered. . .1 , ?H. mor womn do not krxnr of Mother s Friend. Here U a remedy tht softens the muscles, enables them to expand without any strain upon the llgciments and enables - e " wuuuju uiHLfrniiiy wiuiout pain. nausea, morning sicknem or any of the dreadetl eyniptomo so familiar to m&ny mothers. n. Zl 2L Joonsn met to naram the mind. The thoughts do not dwell upon pain and suf fonnr. for all ttnnk -. .j ...i n-: ... . women no longer reslm ttemselres to the tftonght that sickness and distress are natural. TheT k-nAw htti fn. in x r.v i--j .i bare found a wonderful, penetrating remedj to banish all those dreaded experiences It is a subject STery woman should be fami liar with, and eren though ano may not require anch a remedy, she will now and ther meet soma prospectlT mother to whom a word la time hunt Mrtf Iio.'h F. p4 i, - . , . . , " , . wni iram as a won derfol blessing. This famous remedy Is sold ty au arnggista, and Is only 1.00 a bottle. It Is for external uae onrr. and la mil. w.-th Its welffht tn vnlil Writ H u 1 - m ....... .... ' - IIHT Dli'i" Held Regulator Co., 127 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, O. for m most vnlmthl track A PEflSACOLIAN WAS APPO COHITTEE CHIEF DISPATCHER OF G., F. 4 A. RAILROAD WILL HELP AR RANGE FOR ENTERTAINMENT OF TRAIN DISPATCHERS OF AMERICA IN JACKSONVILLE. J. II. Clay, of Pensacola, chief train dispatcher for the Gulf, Florida & Alabama Railway, yesterday received a letter to the effect that he had been appointed a member of the arrange ment committee to provide for the en tertainment of the train dispatchers of America who will assemble in Jack sonville. The annual convention of the Train Dispatchers of the United States will convene in Jacksonville In June, 1914. Monroe Campbell, chief train dis patcher for the Ix)Uisville & Xashville railroad at Pe-nsacola was also invited to serve on the arrangement commit tee, but declined. lie will probably be unable to attend the convention. Mr. Clay, of the G., F. & A., however, will attend and serve qn the- enter tainment committee at Jacksonville. Amateur night at the Em press. Don't forget. Great time. F. B. CARTER, J SON OF JUDGE CARTER GOES TO DAY TO GAINESVILLE TO TAKE COURSE IN LAW AT STATE UNI VERSITY LEAVES PENSACOLA INVESTMENT COMPANY. Francis B. Carter, Jr.. son of Judge F. F. Carter, of the law firm of Blount & Blount & Carter, who has been In the employ of the Pensacola Invest ment Company for several years, has decided to go back to school. Mr. Carter leaves this morning for Gaines ville, Florida, to take up a course in law at the Universtiy of Florida. Mr. Carter has for some time saved his money m contemplation of study - ID ON TO STUDY W ing law at the state university, but it was not until the recent failure of the comuany he was Identified with that he decided to take up his course in law immediately, and severed his connection with the Investment Com pany. Mr. Francis Carter has a splendid preparatory education, having attend ed the Florida State College at Talla hassee for several years when that institution was co-educational. MASS MEETING FOR NEW BANK EARLY IN WEEK RECEIVER R. W. GOODHART, OF THE SUSPENDED FIRST NA TIONAL BANK, LEAVES FOR NEW ORLEANS AND NEW YORK TO CONFER WITH HOLDERS OF CROW, RUDOLPH PAPER. After a conference with the special committee named by the stockholders of the suspended First National Bank at which it was decided that a mass meeting of the business men of the city would be held early next week, special examiner R. W. Goodhart, put in charge of the bank by the comp troller of currency some days ago, left Pensacola last night at ten-thirty o'clock for New Orleans and New York city. The time and place of the mass meeting, to which all business men of the city whether stockholders or depositors or not are invited, will be decided upon later by Dr. Clarence Hutchinson, of the special committee, in whose hands this matter has been left entirely. He states that the exact time of the meeting depends upon de velopments that may occur between now and the first of the week. Mr Goodhart goes to New Orleans and New York to confer with 'the hold ers of certain Crow, Rudolph &. Co. paper. He states that he can more sat isfactorily attend to this business in person than by correspondence or long distance telephone. The examiner in charge, who has also been named re ceived for the First National Bank, statfd that he hoped to return to Pen sacola in a week's time. When reminded of the fact that the members of the special stockholders' committee were very optimistic and hopeful that the proposed bank and trust company would soon be realized and the business of the First Nation al Bank taken over by It, Mr. Good hart said. "The members of the com mittee have good reason to feel en couraged." The Crow. Rudolph paper which Mr. Goodhart goes to New Orleans and New York to look after amount? to over a half million dollars worth of drafts, to be exact, five hundred and thirty thousand dollars worth of this paper is held. Any little wound or abrasion of the flesh occurring In cold weather that is not promptly treated becomes a bad sore and is diffimjlt 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. 50c and 51.00 per bot tle. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.) CHOPERS INTERESTING GAME RESULTS IN VICTORY FOR THE FORMER BY THE SCORE OF 29 TO 12. Yesterday's game between the Chop ers and the Red Snappers resulted in a victory for the Chopers by the score of 29 to 12. By winning this g.me the Chopers are now a tie with the Sharks for first place in this league. Jas. Brassell, though rhoottng only three goals, was easily the star of the game. Among others, Laney and Bar row for the Chopers, did very good work, each shooting four Pe.ld goals. The first half of the game rtood 14 BEAT REDS NAPPERS All Is Not Hygienic That 'Backache! Mo? Oil No.--Not Now. Mo Backache or Kidney Trouble or Rheumatism for ROOT JUICE Users Guaranteed. J "Glorv! what relief. I could scream I with joy and happiness to think that I iow get up every morning ana go aoo'i' ill day without a sign of teat aching orenesa." That's what people are saying vho have suffered f'crn wtvk kidneyr. jackache and rheumatism for years. Tvcnfler. You'll feel liUe screaming w. joy yourself. You've suffered with achihs k.i2i'tys and ha.', k. for so lonar has become almost a part of your li But, oh, wait tiU you experience the gior:- mm Thl GlriJi HOOT JT'ICE Entirely Kelievetl It." ous relief of being completely and entirely rid of it. Listen ! Tou'vo wasted time and money enough tryxr.z uncertain twines, you've j Buffered already lunger than tier? is any need of. Mop. stop. .HOOT" JliitJt, pure vegetable, Yiarmies, safe, guarantee ROOT JTiriCE is going to glv you h grandest surprise you evir experience In all the days of your life. Of courst you'll hare to do your part and take it tven ROOT JTTXCE cant hflp you unti It gets Into your system, but If you hav any Idea what real relief will be lil.e you'll waste iio time potting it. Tou''i missing a lot of comfort, yes, real i'Sj and happiness every mint'te you deiaj using it and you're ensuring a lot ol needless suffering. You'll see. At anv first class drug store vou c?.n get a large bottle of HOOT JUICE for 8 dollar. That dollar buys relief that is worth a hundred dollars to anybody who knows what rheumatism, backache and kidney misery is. Remember that dollar not only pays for ROOT JUICE but it pays for relief. You've got to get relief or get vour dollar back. That's how good ROOT JUICE is. No relief no pay, that's the understanding. This time get ROOT JUTCH and relief Don't put off and don't l-t anybody tell you of something else that's belter. Noth ing ever made is any better, mark these words and see. Try ROOT JUICE for ten days and save yourrelv any more suf fering." If you are so fori "mate as to have escaped these life-darkt-ning miseries, for goodness sake tell om suffering: frl-rii or acquaintance what this grand me.-n; ri. tri!l do. You'll purely earn his cr hti e-T?Mstir.sr TPtittide. Balkcom Drug Company. Adv to S in favor of the Chopr-rs and at the end of the game the Chopers wert also at the big end of the game. Tr game was a very interesting one. ru;d thoroughly erjoyed by those present. The next game in the Fish ie.ig ie will be between the Chopers and the Sharks. Wild Cats Defat Tigers. The Wild Cats defeated the Tigers in a. well-playeu game ny the score of "2 to 6. and in the oresence of a good crowd of basketball fans. The Tigers nut up a good g.imo but were outclassed In- their opponent?:. Amateur night at the Em press, time. Don't forget. Great At a meeting of the council of tin Boy Scout, held last n'ght at the Y. M. O. A., Judge Wm. B. Sh.-ppard of the federai -rurt, was elected presi dent, fnieceecMng the late J. S. fe Gughy v.'ho took much interest in the work. The meeting was well attended and considerable, interest was manifest. The officers for this year are as fol lows : President Judge Wm. B. Sheppard. l"1rst Vice-President--Sol Cahn. Second Vice-President W. B. Fer ris. Secretary and Treasurer C. Zeek. Corresponding Secretary Cecil Wolfe. Scout Commissioner Lieut. F. F. A . II. Young. Executive Committee Judge W. B. Sheppaxd. chairman; Sol Cahn, W. B. Ferrlss. C. F. Zcek. W. P. Cunning ham. W. K. Hyer, J. H. Sherrill, Frank L. Mayes and Frank T. Sanders. Glitters i; vx M Ml NEW OFFICERS LOCAL COUNCIL OF BOY SCOUTS ,i YOUNGSTERSTO IHAKE BIG TRJP COMMANDING OFFICER OF BIG BATTLESHIP EXTENDS ACCEPT ABLE INVITATION TO SCOUTS AND BOYS OF Y. M. C. A. The coTimanding officer of the bat tleship Mississippi haj extended an Invitation to the boys division of th Y. M. C. A. and the Boy Scouts to the big ship, and Saturday afternoon a crowd of jolly youngsters will go aboard the Mississippi, leaving the city at 2 o'clock in the afternoon on the Bayshore car, to go to the nary yard, where boats will be boarded and a trip to the big ship will be made. If possible, the .battleship will be docked -.t the navy yard, so the small boat trip will not be necessitated from the navy yard. Mr. L?ch will be In charge of the hoys, and he announces that all young sters who desire to make the trip, meet him at the Bayshore car station in time for the 2 o'clock car tomorrow af iernoon. The freedom of the Ut will he given the crowd, and ay? who go will learn from men experienced end in stinctive lectures all atxrut the aero nautical work. Tonight is amateur night at the Empress. Great bill promised. K. OF C. HOLD GOOD MEETING DECIDE TO HAVE INITIATION ON FEB. 22 AND INAUGURATE PLANS FOR THE BIG EVENT. At a 'veil attended amT very inter esting meeting of the Pencaeola Coun cil of Knights of Columbus, hld last night, it was decided to have an initia tion on Feb. 22, mid plans wero launched for making the hie; event eclipse any previous installation In the history of the local council. Quite n irjr;;e number of applications are now in ha.nd and a committer vas appoint ed to secure rrore applications so as to have a largo Icass. Another meeting is to be held on Feb. 12, when further plans will be formulated. Last year's initiation wris most successful, but ihe new ordr will make the event oven more in teresting. Inriiations will bif snt out to neighboring councils and it is expected onite a number of visiting knights will be present. ARUSO'S first 1914 record is "Turiddu's Farewell to his mother" from Cavalleria Rusti- cana. If you want an operatic treat, call and hear this Victor Record. 119 S. Palafox street lOissispp n 5 OWWGE J. II. Smith wick, for .'very : nr.r.t!. nui:iat;cr of the lVn;i 1 .-m men i Company, who severed h: corno-' Ion with that rrp T.l t Ml t :.!- IllOIit n figo. took charge of ihc l usiriem aii'i esv-rday. hav in. g n nanr-d r-. : c: for thu concern by I'nitci State. J a U- William It. Sheppard. Mr. Smith w jok iua hJ bond " i--ing the morning and initncdi-itelv a -s-mici charge of the affairs of i!h company. I: is understood that sev eral employees of that mp.tnv vv i i ! be dismissed. ;i the oonoern will not be permitted to do rtr.v tievv i : - i r u Only th old. miflnUhed .-one ra . is w.'' be attended to until after a :r ', oppolr.ted. Corn or No Corn WHICH ? The oru nary corn cure will not rid you of vour corns. What you need is a praitlcui, MclenUf U corn rwiiuviir. It Is not guaran teed to remove the corn ov-r night, but it will it-move the turn after a few application. Ui lie's Corn Ease is a. liquid, which whn f t'v'.fi1 Immediately forjns n juetJ.swvt-u protective co.Uinv, at thr Shtii time loosening il.e nardene? kiii'k atid a'lowlnw; the rum to ! easily removej. Tour doe or will teii you that, when we compound pre.er'p tlcns triey ate compounded right. Bring your presKTiptlon to ns. D'Alemberte's Pharmacy Phone. 109. 121 S. Palafox. j -L'-.'. .LE"".ll'J X raw Early Chicks Pay! Now is the time to be tliinkiiifj atout early hatches and spring chickens! Yr:i chicken owners know that ths early hatched chick will double the proht t n the late fellow?, so get in line ami get your share of the bigj prof ls. Don't depend on a cranky lien en ?.t it right and get a Buckeye Juculu.or. You can start the incubator row i ist when joti are rcarty lut yon ca;r'i': start the old hen until she's rear!, and right now is the time to st.irt. Von cannot go wrong with a riuckey because we guarantee theni to batclt every liatchablc KXt and if you'll runic m, well show you me c.htks .aatcao and nrove to von that a Muck ,Vlll hatch more chick, bifrprr rhicKr. stronger chicks than any old lien ever owned. Made in sizes CO cr,s to P'jO t Sold as low as '.cs. sio.oo On ihe mnrkrt s." yrars n?rr 35 onn in successful nf-eratict. .lsk jcr a ck eye Catalogue. te"irlra ahov i hrinrll" tor- Knhr., Kssex anl Qur-r-n I n - j I "1 1 t'. r'lll nrj Incpoet our poult 1 y. Supt'lb-y ,-ml f"l of a!i kitnJH. F. S. MELLEN & CO Corner Garden ard Alcaniz Streeti. Phone 344. By "HOP" SHUCK i 1 r k r r 1 1. M . i s I .t-"l -' S- .... ',Jw-