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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1914.
1 DR. KENNEDY RETURNS FROM " WHITE STRIPED MADRAS JACKSONVILLE Arrow COLLARS ATTENDED SHORT MEETING OF STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, WHICH ADJOURNED TO MEET AGAIN MARCH 2. a far 25 etm. Clatt. Fw bodr Co MYRTLE GROVE Ir. Mattory Kennedy, member of the Florida state board of health, returned yesterday from Jacksonville, where he , went to attend a meeting: of the board. The latter held only a short session, owing to the absence through Illness . of some of the members, and adjourn ment was taken to March 2, when the business on the calendar wQI be Cleared. While In session the board received a. rfelAOTMtion of crominent women of the state who appeared In favor of a 1 ASSOCIATION Mil which Is to be Introduced in the " next legislature requiring- a certificate from a physician before co-mty judges ; can Issue licenses to marry In this - wtate. Another matter in which the women of the state are Interested and ywttlch they also propose to make an .issue before the legislature Is a camp er home tor tuberculosis patients. PARK Hill II ACOHISSARY ID P08T0FFICE IS BURGLARIZED HOLE WAS TORN THROUGH THE FLOOR AND THIEF CRAWLED INTO PLACE AND HELPED HIM SELF TO FEW STAMPS. W SSWSmV J GOOD meeting; raring. "Wednesday nignt thieves forced an entrance to the eommisaarv j of Barrlneau brothers, at Quintette, but when an investigation was made yesterday morning, nothing of conse quence was missed, and with the ex ception of cash, to the amount of $1.40, EMPEROR WILL OPEN CANAL A FEW MONTHS WILL STEAL A LITTLE MARCH ON PRESIDENT WILSON IN THE MATTER OF PLACING RECENT LY CONSTRUCTED CUTS IN COMMISSION. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Berlin, Feb. 11. Emperor William expects to steal a little march on Pies ident Wilsan in canal celebrations by opening the enlarged waterway con necting the Baltic and North Seas probably as early as April. The work IS ORGANIZED BY WILL BE KNOWN AS FARMERS' Prsecuted for the robbery of a post oracfl were they ever caught. ASSOCIATION GROVE. OF MYRTLE Entrance Mas effected through the floor, the thieves tearing out a great gagged piece of the flooring, big enough for the bodv of a lane man An enthusiastic and well attended to pass through. There was nc bus- VET. FIREMEN NAME OFFICERS CONTRIBUTE BOX IS STOLEN CHURCH that was all the burglars were known j of Improvement, which has cost more to have taken. The cash was taken J than the building of the original canal from the postofflce department, which In 1S87, -will enable the passage of the is in the commissary, and as that was ! biggest battleships. The emperor will r tj THAT CPCTinM Akin e a.iiu unae l'1 wcuij i.vuiuiisa inns ivi uio nisi rnuoc ur mAr stunon AN , Sam's coin, the thieves would likely be' time by personally commanding the main German battlefleet through tha inland waterway. ' Such worldwide attention has been directed to the American enterprise in connecting the two oceas that it is scarcely realized that the German en gineers have been building locks even bigger than those at Panama. The em peror, who is fond of making compari sons between his canal and the Amer ican enterprise, is never weary of pointing out that American battleships now under construction can barely squeeze through the Gatun locks and j that the 45,000 superdreadnaught which is already in sight will have to follow the path of .iirexOregon around ! Cape Horn to geifrom tfce At' antic to the Pacitic coast. The 'ierman canal will have locks S2 feet longer, 37 1-2 feet boarder and of four feet greater draught than those in Panama and will accommodate a 60,000 ton battleship, should naval designers go as high as that ir ther future. There is room and 200 feet to spare In them for the new est and biggest ocean liners of the Im perator and Aquitania class, so that ample provision has been made for possible developments of commercial navigation as well. meeting of the farmers of the Mrytle nicions as to the thiovi but th. mnt BUYING TO SAVE MONEY I wove section was neia xuesaay nignt j ter is being investigated. HirtTi FWi Hon mI Tr rm. 1ulen " orEnizon was peneciea, to The sheriff Kofilc in tho. ritv wo 2KunJ saves money because Just a few ba nowf a th Farmers' Association j notified as soon as telephonic connec dosea stops the cough and cold and ,., 7 rove. Regular meetings , tion could be obtained and Deputy one! bottle tests a long time. It quickly I "1Ji " "el,u vu nrs &na lnira Bayless went out to have a look at heals raw and Inflamed surfaces, stops tickling throat, harsh, rasping coughs. croup, hoarseness, bronchial and la grippe coughs. D'Alemberte's Pharm acy, (Adv.) tsaturaay mgnts or eacn montn ana things. He aii no dnra ,r nvan, subjects of Interest to the farmers able for taking the- trail, and some of discussed. The following officers were elected: . President J. H. Helton. Vice-President O. C Barnhill. Secretary and Treasurer H. C. Mil ler, who was. also elected delegate to the county association. Executive Committee TV. J. Shiver, E. S. Gilmore and R. H. Hart. the citizens stated that dogs could have easily taken up the trail had they 'Am Siavi4atiBa t W saiesfr No suffering woman should seek the treatment of any unskilled person tvho has not had special training in the care of the delicate feminiro constitution. I therefore invite every invalid u-oman to consult our Staff of Physicians, Surgeons and Specialists at the Invalids' Hotel a Surgical insulate, tJnttalo. Arw lork. bu Utter or wrsom-il! expense. U. V. PIERCE. M. D., Bvjfalo, Nero York. an at my Remember your daughters c the same sufferings- to the headaches, backaches, hot flashes, dizziness, extreme nervousness, low spirits, lassitude which afflict so many women at times. But the condition indicated by these symptoms may "be reme died if the proper help is sought promptly. EDM. been 'made use of. The deputy Quintette folks the dogs had mange and could not be used. told the For a sprain you will find Chamber lain's Liniment excellent, ft allays he pain, removes' the soreness, and soon restores the rarts to a healthly condi tion. 25 and 50 cents bottles for sale by all druggists. (Adv.) IP 2 13 EH IS ? 3 Favorite Prescription (in Tabid or Liquid Form) is prepared under the direction and according to the directions of a physi cian of long and varied experience in the treatment of the troubles of the organs peculiar to women. It is soothing and strengthening. It is. in- ueeu, a restorative, invigorating tome wnicn nas lasting good ellect upon me neaitn ana strength 01 women. Weak women are made stronger; sick women healthier bv use of Br. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Two Daughters Given Health "It i with pleasure that I write you a testimonial of what your 'Favorite Prescription' haa dene for me and for ny tw oidxst daughters, writes Mrs. Ola Kirkman, of AUormat Wiison County, Kana. ' I would not have my only boy it it had not been for Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and 'Pleaaant Pellets.' I also recommend "Favorite Prescription' to mothers who have girls just turcinfr into womanhood. 1 a;av it to my olden t daugh ter b. and It worked like a charm. They are now stoat, healthy ronnf ladies, and I will always recommend this remeiiy to try friends and t all who suffer from female cocsDlaiots." Wra. Kirfcmaa) For over forty year Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription baa given universal satis faction. Novr it may ba obtained in either liquid or tablet form from all dealers in medicines or send 50 one-cent stamps for a trial box of the tablets to Dr. Pierce. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets help and regulate stomach, liver and bowels. One to three tiny granules to a dose. rieasant to take as candy. AMUSEMENTS. RESIGNATION OP J. N. ANDREWS IS ACCEPTED AND THOS. F. WRIGHTON IS ELECTED PRE3I- . DENT. : ir.: At a well attended meeting of the Veteran Foremen's Association, held last nignt, inos. i . wngnton was elected president of the association for the present year, succeeding J. N. An drews, whose resignation recently ten dered, was accepted. Len LeB&ron was elected vice-president. A numoer of matters for the good of the association were discussed by the members before the closed. FROM THIEVES ENTER ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH ON WEST GOVERN MENT STREET BOX IS FOUND BEHIND SCHOOL BUILDING. Thieves broke into St. Joseph's church on West Government street meeting I early last night and stole the metal contribution box, which was left in the altar, but they failed to secure the a a-Mft . . I money n contained, even tnougn tney R U B-tl -Tl & tw bke it to pieces. Will CUT your l&Jaeninallsm from the east door, which was un- FISH FACTORY CASE COIFS UP NCOURTTOD AV , ; ' PENSACOLA RENDERING CO. IS DEFENDANT N CASE WHICH WILL BE TRIED THIS MORNING. Horrible Blotches of Eczema. Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson's Kc zema Ointment. C. P. Caldwell, of f.r Orleans, La., states: "My doctor ad vised me to try lr. Hobson's Ec zema Salve.' I useel three boxes of Ointment and three cakes of Dr. Hob son's Derma Zema Soap. Today I have not a spot anywhere on my body and can say I am cured." It will do the same for you. Its soothing, heal ing, antiseptic action will rid you of all skin humors, blackheads, pimples, Eczema blotches, red unsightly sores, and leaves your skin clean and healthy. 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This coupon introduces you to the mightiest deed the hand of man has done. is COUPON Save it for a Copy oF M ty lMtric J.Haskin IJ The Pensacola Journal F,uryjfl Colonel Coethals xy: Xcurate and Dependable III HOW TO GET THIS BOOK - On account of the educational value and patriotic appeal of this book. The Fensacola Journal has arranged with Mr. Haskin to distribute a limited edition among its readers for the mere cost of production and handling. It is bound in heavy cloth. It contains 400 rges, 109 illustra tions and diagrams, an index, and two maps (one of them a beau tiful bird's-eye view of the Canal Zone in four colors). IT IS AC TUALLY a J2.00 VALUE. Cut the above coupon from six consecutive issues of the paper, present tbem with 50 cents at our office, and a copy of the book is yours. Fif teen? cents extra if sent by maiL OUR GUARANTEE: This is not a money-making scheme. The pensacola Journal will not make a penny of profit from this cam paign. It has undertaken the distribution of this book solely be cause of its educational merit and whatever benefit there is to be derived from the good will of those who profit from our offer. The Pensacola Journal will cheerfully refund the price of the took to any purchaser who Is not satisfied with it. PRESENT SIX COUPONS OF CONSECUTIVE DATES FIFTEEN CENTS EXTRA IP SENT BY MAIL give testimony about the stench which has originated at this factory for the past year or more and which has been so obnoxious to the residents of the city as well as Goulding. Many of the witnesses are from Goulding where the odor is such as to cause some of them to seek homes in communities further away from the place where th eodor arises. The trial will be in the court of record room, instead of Judge John son's office and Solicitor Loftin will represent the state. Reeves, Watson & Pasco are attorneys for the defend ant company. SANATIVE SHAVING Self Shampooing LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT WON 81RL 10 S200.0QQ LIKE EIT OF FICTION READS STORY OF HOW SYLVANUS GRAY MET WIFE-TO-BE, THE FIRST-SIGHT LOVE BEING QUITE MUTUAL. Last Nioht's Play. 'i'.op Thief bristled. The play at the opera house lat night, a farce- lh three act3 by Ca. lyle Moore, brought forth three acts o" con tinuous laughter from a well filled house. Although the cast of "Stop Thief is up- to the Cohan & Harris standard, Its Is a tlay that does .not require a specially talented cast. There is not room for great acting in this play; Mr. Moore did it all when he wrote it. It is a show of action, not of words. Henry Hubbard, a Mr. Jamison, de serves special mention. He seldom spoke or moved a hand that his audi ence did not applaud. He is entirely suited to his part. The other members of the cast were equal to the positions they filled. Every minute of the play was enjoyed, and each member of the audience went away with a side sore from laughing and a good word for "Stop Thief." Musicale at Convent cf Mercy. Much icteiest centers In the musi cale to be given by the pupils of the Convent of Mercy, on this evening at 7:30 o'clock, at Pt. Michael's audi torium. A very line program has been arranged and those who are to take part will no doubt acquit themselves with that i roflciency always displayed by the pupils at all entertainments given under the auspices of the Sisters of Mercy. team of Horan and Van, his work neesj no comment. The real big lilt of the tliow is Percy Spellman as Rastus, His comedy is clean cut and refined and ho holds ihe audience in anticipation. He is a real performer and would be at home in such company a Al (1. Field or L!ie Cohan and Harris productions. The chorus Is one of the best ever in Pensacola and they are working all tae time. Their dancing is full of -ringer and the steps are new and up io date. Mr. Spellmari and Mr. Kelly are to he congratulated on the class of prirls that are In this chorus and each is deserving of the highest rraise. In the chorus girl content Mae Ken nis won the prize, sinking "Goody, Goody, Good. This little actress Is one of the Empress' favorites and her appearance on the stage Is always sure to le the signal for an outburst of applause. She sang her song with more than usual vim and when Man ager Jones decided her the winner th applause was heard on Palafox street. The company will present "The Mer ry Minstrels" for Friday and Satur day. This is a very funny play and one that will pleats-. old and voung alike. There will be two matinees on Sat urday to accommodate the large! crowds that have been comin? to the; Empress on Saturday. The firs' t m:i -lnee wil lesin promptly at 2:;;) nv the second at 4 o'clock. Mo'ivrs m invited to send their children t ) t' Kmprcsd on Saturday in itiiiee, .-it 1 1 . r attended or by themsclvf,H. Tho n i li nger' will look o;it for tli little f.:: and Pee that they are well taken car of and that nothing i said or (ic-i. that will In the least he bjection.V-'i' or harmful to the little folks. Tangoing After the Ball. Many dinner parti have l n planned to take place at ;he San ('al ios, after the ball of Tho i: filers . " Ariola this evening, and the f.in.n., tango dancjprs, Francesco anil 1 ir--t : . will be present, and will add to tit' diversion of tho evening. These dancers, who are appearing ..t the San Carlos every evening:, !n t! new dances, arrived last evening, tu; were enthuniastlcally greeted, ai fully deserved the ovation they rccr-;. ed. Dainty Mad.-imoisel'e Loretto. iu her silken gown, f-hlmmering, nclntillatln .. as she dances, is a mote of gold In tl;- sunshine of adulation. All the newe.-,. prettiest, most captivating caprices f the dancer's art are in tho tips cf h pretty toe, and she has a graceful second In Francesco, who darces v!ih her. CUTICURA SOAP Assisted in case of irritation of the 6kin orv 6calp by light applications of Cuticura Ointment, mean tip-to-date care of the skin and hair. Special directions -with each cake. Concurs Soap and Gmttoeut told throtutbout th world. I (herat cample of et.ch mailed free, with 32-p. fcuek. A'iiicsa "Cuticura." Pept. 12H. Beaten. SPECIAL. TO THE JOURXATa Uurham, N. C, Feb. 8. Like fiction is the story of the last six months of the life of Sylvanus Gray, of Durham. About Fix months ago, Oray, who Is about 21 ytars old, was employed as messenger boy at the Western Union Telegraph . Company. lie was despatched with a telegram to be delivered to Miss Lulu Johnson, of Lynchburg, Va., who was visiting in" West Durham. Gray declares that the moment his eyes fell on Miss Johnson lie kne-x that he loved her. With the young woman It apparencly was the same, for before the messenger boy hal left the house, they had arranged to be married, although they never had seen each other prior to that time. A few days later the young woman came to this city from her home in an automobile, telephoned to Gray to meet her, which he did, and they were mar ried. Then Mrs. Gray bade h erhusband keep the affair a secret nd returned home. Gray heard no more from his wife till he received a telegram five months later, staling that she was dying, and bidding Mm come to Lynchburg. Since Mrs. Graj's death it has been learned that she was an heiress to $200,000. tho legacy of an uncle. Through the will of Mrs. Gray, all her property reverts to her husband, tha former messenger. ELECTION OF IOWA DEMOCRAT PLEASING Washington, Feb. 11. The election of -Henry Vollraar. the Democratic congressional candidate from the Sec ond Iowa district, was the occasion for general rejoicing In administration and congressional circles here today. His election was particularly gratify ing to President ; Wil3on who made a personal appeal to have the adminis tration sustained Secretary Tumulty received the returns at Democratic national headquarters here and when definite assurances came of Mr. Vol Imer's election he immediately advised the president. At the Empress. The show at the Empreps last night was a real treat to the packed house that witnessed it. "Mixed Tickles" was ihc play and the manner in which the j singers and run maners were appiauu ed showed that the audience enjoyed it. This company, it seems, improves with tach new bill and each bill is a little tietler than its predecessor. Loyd M. Quinn as George Hardup, was at home in his part, and scored heavily with parody on Caeey Jones. This number took several encores, William A. Kelly as Tommy Skinner was a hit from the moment he came on until the curtain rang down. Mayme Spellman, in the leading role as "Sal Skinner," was excellent and as one boy in the front said, "That woman would make a mule laugh." Her make-up was of the best and the way she bandies her lines shows she is an actress of considerable ability. The party of Johnny Toughniug was taken by Ai Horan, and as every one of the Emp ress patrons ai'e familiar with the 1 Pi n 114 II -,11 I Sm. i Lt m-,. y- nil. & m Sampler E v e ry Day HAS CHARGE SENATE ANTI-TRUST BILLS' I ' M -- V r' i 1 fist ? . ; Li I 'ft - j A 4 1 frr" s A l , V."" til V'XHVy i -k V V:tiwa Ski.' LTiiiii.Ti tmt JS The Sampler Package 1 Day Francis G. Newlands. Francis G. Newlande, U. S. senator from Nevada, has charge of tho ad ministration's anti-trust measures in the senate. Mr. JCewlands has already laid before the president a draft of his bill for an interstate trade com mission, lie is chairman of the senate committee on interstate commerce. and Fcbruao', as if to make up for its delinquency, fjj throws in a special Whitman's Day on the four- 8 teenth. What better for a valentine " than one of 1 these famous Whitman packages? g we nave just received a Iresh shipment contain ing a variety of special Whitman p a c 1: a es all guaranteed to be fresh and in perfect condition one of which is Whitman's Sampler,$1.00 a package made up with a generous assortment from ten fam ous Whitman packages. Also Pink of Perfection Chocolates for Confections A bouquet of candy delights. Offered in a beau- jrj tifully designed gilt package, m three sizes and two assortments one all chocolates: the other, choco- v lales and bonbons. $1.00 a pound, in one, two and five-pound boxes. And The Fussy Package for Fastidious Folks. Nut-center and hard-center chocolates. The inost widely distributed dollar chocolates in the world. In half-to five-pound boxes. 3614 pounds sold in Pensacola in six days at the Crystal Pharmacy South Talafox Street Phones, i)2L):i2 ''WSSSHSESJt ESSES! ii