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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1914.
3. When You Have a Safety Deposit Box - ,You can go away from home, without fear of sneak thieves or fire. Your insurance policies, deeds, and other valua ble papers ought to be kept in one of fire-and-burglar-proof boxes. We rent them at $2.00 per year and up. American "National Bank Pensacola, Florida U. S- and State Depository. SLEEPING CAR PENSACOLA AND MILE NEEDED PRESENT ARRANGEMENT IS NOT SATISFACTORY TO TRAVEL LING PUBLIC AND A CHANGE IS NOW BEING SOUGHT. 20 S.PALAFOX ST. BETTER CLOTHES. You can buy the clothes you need now and pay later. Ladies' and Misses' Suits, $16.50 to $30, values, now $8.50 to $15. Galin's, 26 S. Palaf ox. Sleeping: car service between Fen sacola snd Mobile as at present op erated is anything but satisfactory to the travelling public, and complaints have been made at both this city and Mobile concerning: the same, with a suggestion for a change that would benefit both cities. As at present 01 . erated, a person entering a sleeper here if going to Mobile will have to leave the car about 1.30 a. m. at Mobile, while. j should a Tsarty desire to come this way j from Mobile is compelled to enter a sleeper from Xew Orleans, attached to train 3, passing through Mobile at 1:43 a. m. Both cities are urging for an additional sleeper, set out at either place at 8 o'clock in the evening. The Mobile Register of yesterday, speaking of the service, says: "Steps are being taken by both the Mobile Chamber of Commerce and Pensacola Chamber of Commerce to have th Louisville & Na3hville rail road establish daily Pullman car ser vice between the two cities. TJnder the present schedules one can secure only about two hours' eleep either way on the night trains. "Representatives of tho two cham bers want a Pullman set out at both the Pen3acola and Mobile depots at S p. in. nightly so that passengers may get on and go to sleep. Should the train arrive at either Mobile or Pensa cola early in the morning the passen gers could remain in the car until 7 a. m." GLORIOUS HAIR Always Attracts Use Parisian Sag Thin or Fcded Hair Becomes Abundant and Radiant With Life. Six-Inch Layer of Snow j Covers Cities in Dixie: j destroyed the Kssex garage, a three story brick building on Broad street j today with a loss of $300,000. Stephen I A thus, an employe, is missing. Twelve ! firemen .w.re seriously hurt iti a hot air explosion. Girls and women of all ages want to be charming, beautiful and attractive it's their birthright but unsightly, thin and lifeless hair destroy? half the beauty of a pretty face. If your hair is not attractive, is fall ing out, streaky, full of dandruff, too dry, or if the scalp itches and burns, don't delay use Parisian Sage. Rub it well into the scalp. It will go right to the hair roots, nourish them, and stimulate the hair to grow strong and luxuriant. Parisian Sage removes dandruff with on- applicant and cleanses the hair of dirt, dust and ex cessive oil. Parisian S.ige gives tlie hair just what is reeded to make it soft, fluffy, thick and gloriously radiant. It is sold in fifty cent bottles only hy The- Crys tal Pharmacy, and at all drug and toilet counters. lok for the trade mark "The Girl with the Auburn Hair." Accept no substitute. (Adv.) (Continued from First Past) morning arid continued during' the day. j Charleston. S C, experienced snow flurries, as did Atlanta, and practically j all of North Georgia and South Caro- i Una. Falling temperatures accompanied j the storm. At Nv Orleans. Mobile j and other gulf points thermometers I hovered nbout the freezing point and the snow melted as it fell. Sleet crip- j pled traiRc in many cities of this sec- j tion. F"urth:sr northeast temperatures ; were several degrees lower, '23 degrees being recordd in Columbia, S. O., and j Atlanta early in the forenoon in some ! sections along the Carolina coast a. J minimum of 20 degrees was reached. ' Nashville, Tenn., reported IS degrees j early today, but temperatures rose j throughout thi section during the t forenoon. PARCELS POST BAD FOR EXPRESSMEN BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington, Feb. 25. That the par cels post is driving small expressmen out of business and will do so com pletely if the powers of the postmaster general to increase the weight of par cels are not taken away, was reported to the senate- postoffice committee to day by a delegation from the Express men's League of Boston. The expressmen contended the gov ernment ought not to conduct the busi ness at a loss and that in any case it should reimburse those whoso business had suffered. THREE INCHES IN MACON. Macon, Ga., FH?. 25. Macon expri-' enced the first heavy tnowfall in sr-v- j eral years toray. Three inches hnv ai- ' ready fallen and the snow continue?. The temperature is 30 decrees. i 18 BELOW IN OHIO. Columbus, Ohio, Feb. With tern- j peratnres ranging from zero to IS be- : low in Ohio, the day dawn?l void and clear. Fair weather and rising tern- peratures were forecast by ttn weather j bureau. I TWO INCHES IN COLUMBUS. Columbus, Georgia, Feb. 25. Two ' inches of snow fell hero early today. !t : was the first snow of consequence in i fifteen year. TOM SHARKEY MAY HAVE TO GO TO JAIL, New York, Feb. 23. Tom Sharkey, former pugilist, will have to serve out his term of thirty days in the Tombs and pay a ne of $500 Inflicted on him for maintaining the saloon on East Fourteenth street which the court of special sessions decided was a disor derly placi-. Ju.stiee Cohalan refused yesterday to grant a certificate of rea sonable doubt to Sharkey. 2HL Jl. 3C i OUR SPECIAl TY ; W Buy and Sell All Sections. Metzp-er Brothers, MOBILE. ALA. TERSELY TOLD. $5.00 REWARD. The Journal will pay S9.00 reward for evidence sufficient to convict any boy or person found stealing subscribers papers tfter delivery of same by carrier. (?. N. Moore, of Buchanan, Ga., is In the city for a few days, having been attracted here by the low Mardi Gras railroad rates. He is very much pleased nith the Deep Water City. That the quantity of confetti thrown this year during the Mardi Gras cele bration was much smaller than on pre vious years can be attested by the street department of the city. Supt. Tones had his men out early yesterday morning cleaning the streets after the night's celebration and when the work Ra done he found that eleven loads of ronfettl and two loads of boxes had Seen removed, against 110 loads of confetti and fifteen boxes the year previous. N. Wetland left last night for Balti more and New York, to purchase his ipring and summer goods. While ab lent will combine business with pleas ure, and visit a number of friends in i Sose cities. I In the circuit court yesterday the '. rase of Fred. S. Cubberly against the ! National Union Fire Insurance Co. was Iried. Julge Wolfe presiding, and re nilted in a verdict for the plaintiff In :he sum of $463. Horrible Blotches of Eczema, Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson's Ec zema Ointment. C. P. Caldwell, of New Orleans, La., states: "My doctor ad vised me to try 'Dr. Hobson's Eczema Salve. I used three boxes of Ointment and three cakes of Dr. Hobson's Der ma Zema soap. Today l have not a spot anywhere on my body and can say T am cured." It will do the same for you. its soothing, healing, anti septic action will .rid you of all skin humors, blackheads, pimples. Eczema blotches, red unsightly sores, and leaves your skin clean and healthy. Get a box today. Guaranteed. All Drug gists, 50c, or by mail. Pfeiffer Chemical Ca.f Philadelphia arvd St. Louis. (Adv.) Dollar Day this time will be the biggest and best ever. JAMES HILL CONFERS WITH THE PRESIDENT Five Submarines, Tender Tonopah and Transport Prairie Reach Port (Continued from First Page.) many marines as well as their crews of bluejackets. THE SUBMARINES. The submarines to arrive yesterday afternoon and their commanding offi cers are as follows: Tonopah (tender,) Lieut. Robert A. Burg. D-l Ensign Miles P. Refo. D-2 Lieut.-Maurice A. Pierce. D-3 Ensign Edgar a. Logan. E-l Lieut. Lewis D. Causey. E-2 Ensign Dallas C. Lalzure. Evolutions NE HUNDRED AUTOS DESTROYED BY FIRE Lynn, Mass., Feb. 23. One hundred mtomobiles were lost in a Are which Boston Shoe Store's -BETTER SHOES. U3 S. Palaf ox Street. DR. CHAS. R. MITCHELL OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Masonic Temple. Hours 912 and 2-5. Phone 1330. Eleven years' experience In the treat ment of all sub-acute and chronte dis tases. such as Asthma. Backache. Bll Jousaess. Bronchitis. Constipation, Tramps. Coughs, olds. Dyspepsia. Eye :vl Ear Disorders. Diseases of Women. o?dache. Insomnia, Kidney and Uver troub'es. Lumbago. Nervousness. Neu ralgia. Neuritis. Paralysis, piles, Rheu T.stism, Stomach Diseases, Sciatic. Spinal Curvature. Stilt Neck. Stiff Joints, te. are being- wrought in Banking, but the basic principles remain un scarred Stability of the institution Security to the depositors Conservatism in management Citizens & Peoples National Bank of Pensacola, Fla. Designated Depository of Public Funds ef The United States. The State si Florida. The City of Pen sacola, Waited States Circuit Court Washington. Feb. US. .1 .lines J. Hill talked with President Wilson today about business conditions and said aft erward that the outlook for prosperity was bright and that things were mov ing; Mr. Hill was mentioned recently as a probable selection for the federal reserve board but administration offi cials said today he was not belli;? con sidered in that connection. SAVANNAH REPORT. Savannah, Ga, Ken. 25. For the tirt : time in nearly twenty years, two inches j of now fell here today. f MORE SNOW FORECASTED, Washington. Feb. 25. Snow today invaded sections of the south where it has not been seen before in fifteen or twenty years. An area of extremely cold air and a "disturbance" over the eastern part of the Gulf of Mexico were responsible, officials at the wea ther tureau stated today. More snow was forecast in the eat gxilf and south Atlantic states tonight with clearing; weather Thursday. Unusual cold con- ( tinuei over the east. ! j Manila Battle is Revived j By a Controversy! (Continued From First Page.) This is the season of the year when mothers feel very much concerned over the fre-ei'ient colds contracted by their children, and have abundant reat on for it as every cold weakens the lungs, lowers the vitality and paves the way for the more serious diseases that so often follow. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is famous for its cures, and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all dealers. (Adv.) HARBOR AND MARINE NEWS to Admiral Dewey Diederichs was luite promiscuous. He admitted there was a certain ;ius- tk'- in Admiral Dewey's complaint as to tli- vierman ships beiny constantly on tho iiiove, although this was neces sary and in no way meant to be tin friendly. The bulk o? the tiema.i squadron was about to be withdrawn, said th German commander, when the conflict arose over thu risfht of visitation and he then decided to rtff.1n his whole force there. BLA..1E3 ADMIRAL DEWEY. Admiral von Diederichs b'-omed Ad miral De-vey for the clash and inti mated that it would nwe: have arisen if th American cnmmtnclir bad mere ly protested officially about two "tri vial incidents"' instead of firing shots to stop two Gk-rnun pinnae. "me of them was passinsr the .American ves sels ar.d wai held ui because her Pa THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE U. S. 165 BROADWAY, NEW YORK The Fifty-fourth Annual Report of the Society embodying its Financial Statement, Schedules of Investments, and full details regarding its progress during the year 1913, will be sent to any address on application. Admitted Assets, Dec. 31, 1913 $ 52S.345.619 Increase over 1912, $12,026,418 POLICY Fund (or Insurance Reserve) S 432,282,82S Other Liabilities 8.694,04S Total Liabilities., $ 440,976.876 surplus Reserves: Including amounts held awaiting apportionment upon deferred dividend policies $ 84.365,743 Set Aside for Dividends to Policyholders in 1914 $IM5iZf 4 New Insurance Paid For in 1913 $ 144, 2 4 7.363 Outstanding Insurance, Dec. 31, 1913 Slt47.09j.575 payments to Policyholders in 1913 554.805 92S vestments Made in 1913 in Railroad and Municipal Bonds. Mortgages, etc. . . .$ SJ948..904 INVESTED TO YIELD 5.20 Equitable Policies are simple, direct and liberal, and are issued on all standard forms, for the protection of individuals, firms, corporations, and the employees of business and manu facturing organizations. Particulars will be sent from the Home Office or any Agency of the Society on request. PLLtS KNOWLES, General Aflent. Brent SuMdlro. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, President Silvia, Kl Rio, PASSED f AND KEY. Feb. 24. S p. no., steamer bound east; 10 p. m., steamer- bound west. Feb. 25. 2 a. m., steamer Lucken bach, bound west; 4 a. m., steamer Chemnitz, bound west; 3 a. m,, steamer Condra, bound west. Cleared. Ger ss Rostock, 1313, Osten, for Antwerp, with 1,201.002 s ft lumber, 400,000 s ft sawn timber. Sailed. Ger ss Restock, for Antwerp. VESSELS IN PORT- Hamburg, Hamburg, to C. VT. Steamehios. Alpha, Ger, 1396, Brink. to Gulf Transit Co. August. Leffler, Swed, 1145, Mobile, to J. Garrifra. Competitor, Br. 221 P, Rust, St. Uucia, to M. A. Quina Export Co. Rostock, Ger, 1560, Osten, to Pensacola Shipping Co. Selene, Ital, 236S, Genoa, Oliver, agent. Ships. Xovo, Nor. 1411, Grepersen, Pernam- buco. to Southern States Lumber Co. Wallacetown, Ital, 1567, Cacace. Montevideo, to H. Baars Co. , Ortrud, Ital. 1402. FiHppini, Rio Ja neiro to Southern States Lumber Co. Barkentinec. Stranger, Br., 540, Whitney, Matan zas, to master. Barks. Pasqualo Latiro. ItaJ, 1045, Lauro ,Rlo Janeiro, to Order Maranda. Nor, 13S3, Hetan. to M. A Quina, Claudia, Dan. 324. Aahersr, Havre, to William Drummorrd. Altacama, Nor, 106S. Gundersen, Co penhagen, to Seams Lumber Co. Atlanta, Nor. 933, StendahL Bahia, to . Schooner. Lady of Avon. Br, sen, 249, Steele. Mobile, to Master. C D. Pickles, Br. 399, Meisser, Mo bile, to J. A. Merritt & Co. (order to learn her identity. i m, pun ; the G'-i--t:an admiral, was ?h" inci dent incorrectly attributed to trie tur mnran by Admiral Iewoy The American admiral retaliated with a?i anreunrpment -bar no ship, commercial or naval, would b- allowed to pas bis lines. If then announced hK- Intention of sending officer on btfard every warship arriving in the hay, "to make lnquitu s and i o establish was not showing plainly and the other j her idcr r.ty." wa annrnacbins the Olvmula ar nieht The "ord "Inquiry with a message and was not promptly aroused the identified. The German admire! feit that Ad miral Dewey"? action was decidedly un friendly. He sent his flag lieutenant, von Hintzety to make formal protest against the action of the McCuIIough in hailing thw German cruiser Irene in Backache Rheumatism Vanish Away Men and Women having backache, rheumatism, stiff and swollen joints are honestly glad to know that Foley Kidney Pills are successful everywhere In driving out these Ills. That i be cause Foley Kidney Pills are a true medicine and quickly effective in all diseases that result from weak inactive kidneys and urinary irregularities. DAlemio?i-t I'harmavy. (Adv. Three Acres and Liberty, This is the slogan of certain back-to-the-lmd enthusiasts. Whether you want three acres or thirty, or three hundred, the place to find them offered Is in the '"Want Ad" columns of The I'c-nsaeola Journal. Watch "Farms" and "Real Estate for Sale." Probably you have some set ideas of your own regarding that "little place In the coun try" that you have dreamed of ;o long. Why, then, state your requirements in a little ad, and leave It with The Pensacola Journal West Florida's Great Morning Daily. apparently ire of the German ad - mirol rth.- ider.tined it even touaj with a aim to th right to cross examine an: German commander. Admiral von Dtederichs says he dis cussed the situation with the British commander and told bm ho would shoot any officer attempting to carry out this ordT of Admiral Dewey. A substantial victory for the Ger mans was claimed by Von Dledrichs In the ;1nal settlement by which any arriving warsh'.p was to report lteelf to the American commander and afterwards was required only to show its flag. MARY ESTHER. J The steamer "ha.. K. Cessna made an f.Tcursion trip through our watrs Thursday and 5-eemed to have a ljrge jolly crowd aboard. Rev. John f. Johnson lett Thurs day for Munsnn, Fla., to fill h! regu lar appointment. Mrs. Glemmon Brook Iia len quite i:i but under the very efficient rare of nur physician, Mrs. M. O, Pryor, rh if improving. Mr. Marler wae the gue&t of Mr. and Mrr. Wm. Rogers Thursday night. The children of the county school are planning to give an entertainment on the evening of thn 21-t Th ladies of the "Santa. Roiian Circle" will srve oyster soup and home made- candy im mediately after the program. In honor of their gue.it, Mrs. It. T. Jcimi .Mr. and Mr'. M, liMir launch -Art.. t. K.i-ii V i;. . ; , work. ThOf eni'-yiiv? 1 1" ' 1 1 i Mr. and Mr. J'-ff'i i-". .Mi. u.i .Mr. TXiVis ind II (le da uwmer. It, i . . Mi Rumor, Mm. R. f- "tjn Mi Mrs. Mclniir and .Mr iliijMtn Hotel rorforc in b "-ii repaired neiieraliy. A n u Strong enough to ;( rNi;rt')i. is rteamer 'h..s. v.. " dm . , . built. Th tie r-a.in; j ; ; ; In r.n.. this w and thi wi'd Iv .p i Dollar Day is coming: don't fail to save a dollar bnck for Dollar Day. jiarj jstiier. i ii. . i . j.mt .ma. J. J. M lntire, have had with them for i the past few weeks a very charming guest Mrs. R. D. Curtis, of Ienox, Mass. She :nad- many friends while here ari will be greatly misled. ; Mrs. I. Moore Andrew? of Wart race, Tenn., and Mr. James R. rear son and San Charles of Cincinnati, O., were the very pleasant week end guests of r.ev. and Mrs. J. M. Johnson. They were charmed with the little town of Mary Either tacked away be hind the "Sound" and may at no dis tant date become "Sound" citizens. A Stirring Tale of a Staiul Up Fight Between Man and Nature. LOW ROUfJD TRIP FA RES via On account National Brick Manufacturers' Asso- ciation convention. New Orleans st $9.95 Tickets sold February 27, 23, March 1st. Final return limit March 14th, stop-over privilege at Mo bile, Ala., either going or returning within final limit. ave 2 COUPON it for a Copy op THI 4NAMACAMAT hy Trederlc J. Hwkin Amttmr at "TW iHn C The Pensacola Journal Fe4ary ;51? !!! Colonel Coethals says: 'Accurate and Dependable" HOW TO GET THIS BOOK On account of th educational value and patrXnt r; ppt-i -,. th'.s bock. The Pensacola Journal ban arrangred with Mr. Ilaakiu to distribute a limited edition mon? Its redr frr the mTt ct rr jroduction and handling'. It is bound in heavy cloth. It -ont:nf pagr'.", 100 illustra tions and diagram?, an index, and two maps (one of them n beau tiful bird's-eye view of the Canal Zone in four colors). IT IS AC TUALLY a 52.00 VALUE. Cut the a'we coupon from six consecutive issues of the paper, present them with 50 cents at our office, and a csp;r of the boox is your?. Fifteen cents extra tf sent by ma.ll OCT. GUARANTKE: This Is not a money-ma klrr scheme. Th pensacola Journal will not make a penny of proflt from this cam paign. I: has undertaken the distribution of this book solely be cause of Irs education! merle and whatever benefit there 1 to fce derived from the good will of 'hose who profit from our offer, Th"! Pensacola Journal will cheerfully refund the price of the took ti any purchaser who Is not satisfied with it. PRESENT SIX COUPONS OF CONSECUTIVE DATES FIFTEEN CENTS EXTRA IF SENT BY MAIL.