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THE PEN SAC OLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1914. Section One, F RENCH WOMEN MAY SOON HAVE A LEGAL BALLOT BELIEVED THEY WILL BE GIVEN CHANCE OF EXERCISING PRIV ILEGE OF SUFFRAGE BEFORE THE END OF THE PRE8ENT YEAR. Pure Blood l absolutely necessary to giva the health that brings happiness, a good appetite, restful sleep, and makes you eager for life's duties. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA makes purs blood and so ereatss this much -desired condition. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Parts, Feb. 28. Women In France will probably have the ballot in local affairs before the end of the present year, according to Ferdidand Buls3en. president of the Universal Suffrage Commission, which la composed of for ty members of the French parliament and which has reported favorably on the subject to the chamber of depu ties. The Genera! Parliamentary el.-ctions this spring will decide whether suf frage will be extended to women and if so whether to the full exttnt of na tional suffrage or with limitation niain iy to municipal affairs. The question vil! be one of the first to come before t.ic new chamber of deputies. When the question was brought be fare the chamber last fall M. Buisson a4one was delegated to draw up a re port on the subject, and his report has ince met tho entire approval of the commission. It is in part now before i 'ie rhambc-r. ft Includes translations of largf portions of the debate upon .he same subject in tlio I'nited States annate and three maps of the T'nlted fftnrfs showing the progress T too women's movement there In recent yers. H points (a that in a.i the countries where totul or partial wom an's suffrsige has been in force ilurinsr the last ten, fifteen or twenty t toHTti is not a single case of tempt to revise of restrict tn- alrfeady granted- "f Jii.nk T can prophesy with a t.iinl.v.' rays M. Buisson. "tha'. tb. ro will bo q Majority in the new chamber In favor of giving the vote to women in Fmnfc, We already have some C'O certain otes in the rtuilflhas as :t is consti:uted even at present and f feel confident the general elections will re turn the .e.tr.-i 50 voles necess try for us to caii the bouse." M. Ru I sera's report besides .iP.ig with the. controversial side of the Ciuestion of votes for women .supplies the machinery, approved of by the commission, for bringing woman's suf frage Into force. This merely consti tutes of the addition of the three words ot both sexes" to an article of t'ae French suffrage lav, of April. ISM. An additional article limiting the vote will be placed hefore tin' house for con jtide ration if desired. 1 1 reads "The verification of the preceding article does not apply to the election of depu ties for which male electors only are eligible." "The adoption of the second article," says M. Buisson. "will restrict woman's suffrage to so-called municipal affairs. It will, however, give women much more power in France than Is generally realized. They will for instance vote for the conseil municipal conseil gen eral, the conseil d'arrondissement and have a say in electing the electors of the senate. The only right not given to them would be the right to vote In election of deputies. "I should be ready to vote for tha immediate granting of universal suf frage to women but if municipal suf frage only is passed by the parliament I shall be satisfied for the present. Uni versal suffrage Is bound to come later." Jryj rs. in nt-rights Monday is bargain day at The Crystal Pharmacy. 10 cakes Ivory or Octagon soap for 25c with each cash pur chase of $1.00 or more. HUGO'ODOTH HAS BEEN LOST SOMEWHAT DILAPIDATED MOLAR OF HEROIC PROPORTIONS, WHICH HAD BEEN PRESENTED TO MUSEUM BY ADMIRER, WAS UNCEREMONIOUSLY THROWN INTO FIRE. BY A.S.S CIATKD I'HESS. Paris Feb. 28. Victor Hugo's tooth has disappeared from the Hugo Mu seum in the Place des Vosges. The Prefect of the Seine was startled to learn tbis from a paragraph in a sa tirical weekly Journal and immediately demanded an explanation from the chief inspector of the museums depart ment who in turn requested one from the director of the fine art section who ask' d for one from the director of the museum. From the reports of these various officials 'on each other's action the prefect was relieved to learn that no thief had operated unobserved in the museum under his charge. The relie a somewhat dilapidated molar of heroic proportions had been presented to the museum by a former director, Victor Koch, a nephew and fanatical admirer of his distinguished uncle. M. Koch died at an advanced age and was succeeded by M. Henri Planes, who, while greatly admiring his predeces sor's devotion to the memory of his glorious relative, considered the exhib it wasteless anl trivial, and simply threw It into the fire. AT ONCE! CLOGGED NOSTRILS OPEN, HEAD COLDS AND CATARRH VANISH Breathe Freely t Clear Stuffed-op, In flamed Nose end Heed and Stop Catarrhal Discharge. Cure Dull Headache. Try "Ely's Cream Balm." ;et a small bottle anyway, just to try it Apply a little in the nostrils nd instantly your clogged nose and topped-up air passages of the head will open; you will breathe freely: dullness and headache disappear. By aiorningT the catarrh, cold-in-head or vatarrbal eore throat will be gone. End such misery now.' Get. the small 1-ottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any drug store. This sweet, fragrant balm dissolves by the heat of the nostrils; penetrates and heals the Inflamed, swollen membrane which lines the nose, head and throat; clears the air passages; stops nasty discharges and a feeling of cleansing, soothing relief comes immediately. Don't lay awake tonight struggling for breath, with head stuffed; nostrils closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cold, with its running nose, foul mucous dropping into the throat, and raw dryness Is distressing but truly needless. Put your faith Just once In "Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. (adv) iilM 0 No Use for Rubbers Whether it rains or the Streets ?are slushy, you can always be sure that Dr. A- Reed Shoes will keep your feet warm and dry with out rubbers. Dr.A. Shot Other shoes wont do that but Dr. A. Reed Shoes have a special insole a sou fibre cushion that is chill-proof and damp-proof. Moisture simply cas t cone up through the sole. NAUR And you'll enjoy walking whatever the weather is, for the cushion insole spreads your weight so evenly over your foot that it's just like "walking on air." No other shoes are nan so comtortaoie nan so resuw w your feet. And if you'll give us a chance todaytomorrow anytime, we'li show yon how to do away not only with ruDDers, Dat wkb urea, acaing. oanuag cci as well. Meyer Shoe Go. Exclusive Agency Palafox and Roman. TO RAISE GUNS UNDISTURBED FOR III YEARS ONE THOUSAND BRASS CANNON, MARKING SCENE OF GREAT FIVE-DAY BATTLE, TO BE RE COVERED BY FRENCH GOVERNMENT. channel. The point was the scene of the Ave days' battle of La Houffue in May 1692, when seven warships were sunk. The combined British and Dutch fleets, under supreme command of Admiral Russell, afterward Earl of Oxford, consisted of 82 ships of the line. The French fleet under Admiral Count de Tourvllle numbered 44 large ships and a number of brigs and gun -boaKe. After their defeat by the allies twelve French ships with a number of transports were cut down and burned by a boat expedition under Sir George Rooke better known as the cap tor of Gioraltar. A salvage contractor recently asked permission to raise the great number of brass guns which went down with these ships and it was his offer which has prompted the min istry of marine to Invite bids. Mr. W. B. Anderson of Greenwood, president of the Central State bank, (vas over Tuesday attending a meeting of the board of directors of the bank. Dr. Parrish of Midland City returned to our town on Tuesday for a short stay of a few hours. Dr. Parrish was formerly a resident here, but recently moved to Midland City. The Rev. Griffin, pastor of the Bap tist church here, has undertaken the task of building a new church for his members. This is a much needed cause and it Is hoped that the citizens of the town and vicinity will lend a lib- eral hand. The Rev. Griffin is a good worker and no doubt the building will soon be in the course of construction. The present building is of the antebel lum style, and is considered a relic by the members of the church and the citizens of the town, but aa it Is a most beyond repair It will have to be de molished and a more modern building erected to take Its place. Buy your Gasoline at Ab bott's Garage. S. 3aylen St. 5 CAMPBELLTON BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. Paris, Feb. 28. The French Ministry of Marine has Invited bids for raising the 1000 brass guns which have lain undisturbed for 222 years In the bay of Fort La Ilougue on the English Campbellton, Feb. ?8. The Rev. Bas sett of Knoxville, Tenn., made two very Interesting lectures at the Baptist church Monday and Tuesday nights. Mr. Bassett Is a "nod lecturer and an ! evangelist of power. Establishing a Right of Way IT seems like pretty smooth sailing, when you get a clear line and have a telephone talk with a party in another city a thousand miles away. You see nothing of the wonderful switchboards where skillful operators handle your call and the lines are "hooked up" to give your talk the right of way over two thousand miles of copper wire, guarded every inch of the way from all kinds of interference. You scarcely realize that during every moment of your thousand-mile telephone talk, telephone apparatus and plant valued at from $150,000 to $200,000 are at your exclusive service. In the Bell Telephone system 26,000,000 connections are made daily, giving clear tracks for the telephone talk of the nation and requiring over one billion dollars' worth of telephone equipment. When You Telephone, Smile SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Hotel Winecoff HOTEli WINECOFF Atlanta's newest and finest. EVERY ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH. OPENCD NOV EMBER SI3. Atlanta's Newest and finest. Every room an outside room with private bath. Rates as reas onable as any first-class-up-to-the-minute hotel. 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I O The Pensacola Journal Colonel Goethals says: Accurate and DependabI Low Round Trip Fares via SAFETY FIRST" Round Trip Winter Tourist Tickets On sale daily, Nov. 1 to limit May 31, 1914, privileges in Havana, Cuba M0.50 Jacksonville, Fla $19.20 Tampa, Fla $27.85 Ocala, Fla $22.65 St. Augustine, Fta $21.50 Waat Palm Beach, Fta $37.20 Kay Waat, Kla $49.45 Bartow, Fla $27.35 April 30, 1914, with return with liberal stop-over both directions. Miami, Fla $41.30 Demlng, N. M $59.70 Beaumont, Texaa $21.90 Houston, Tax $25.30 Ft. Worth, Texaa $29.80 El Paao, Texaa $65.00 San Antonio, Texaa $33.65 Lake Charlea, La $19.85 and a number of other cities in Florida and Texas. A. C. RYALS, C. T. A. J. W. LURTON, D. P. A. Great Educational Rally I at the Florida Chautauqua DeFuniak Springs, Florida March 5th, 6th, 7th Teacher's Institute Work Conducted by Hon. Henry Hatch and Dr. Byron W. 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Baker's Cocoa, 8 oz. can 22c Creamery butter per pound 37c Alaga Syrup, 1 gal lon cans 56c Swift Pride Wash ing Powder seven packages for .... 2c Illinois Sweet Corn per can 8c 25 lbs Standard Gran ulated Sugar for $1.00 With every $5 purchase or more . f groceries. Ee Be Hoffman & Son The Store Where Quality and Price Are Both Considered. Phone 826. 67 and 59 E. Gregory street. IN THE HEART OP PENSACOL The Central Pharmacy Phone 17s. COAL PHONE 59 or 259 DRY STOVE WOOD Quick Service. I O -E. PENSACOLA ICE CO. NEW OFFICEi 106-108 N. Tarragona All the latest models in P. N. Corsets GUTMAN'S TRUSSES Every style and site expert ry fitteo here. Wo have Just received a full assortment. BALKCOM DRUG CO. 17 South Palafox Street. Phone 19. r The Parlor Market m "Home of All That's Pure" Fresh Western Meats, POULTRY, EGGS AND GREEN GROCERIES. PHONES 17S-174.