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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 2, 1914.
3. 1 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-burg-lar-proof boxes. We rent them at $2.00 per year and up. American National Bank Pensacola. Florida U. S. and State Depository. SNOWFALL AND PEACH BLOOMS INESCAMBIACO. LIVELY ESCAMBIA COUNTY SET TLEMENT REPORTS VERY UN USUAL 8IOHT LAST WEDNES DAY WHEN WHITE MANTLE COVERED THE EARTH. 20 S. PALAFOX ST. BETTER CLOTHES. Boston Shoe Store "BETTER SHOES." 113 S. Palafox Street. SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL. McKlnnonville, March 1. We expe rienced the coldest weather of the win ter Wednesday when it snowed for nearly an hour. Although it was dis agreeably cold It waa a pretty picture. The earth with Its snow-white robe. and peach. tree in full blossom. The Mardi Gras visitors from here were: Messrs. Clifford and Robert Mc Kinnon, Fred Henderson, Collie Ma lone, Durward Johnson and Claude King-. Miss Mildred Me&innon has returned from a visit with her sister, Mrs. A. L. McCalum, near Robertsdale. Miss Sallie McKinnon is visiting re latives in Pensacola. MANY SAW THE SUBMARINES AT CLOSE RANGE DESPITE INCLEMENT WEATHER OF YE8TERDAY QUITE A CROWD MADE TRIP TO NAVY YARD TO VIEW CRAFT THERE. DR. KENNEDY TO KEY WEST WILL ATTEND MEETING OF THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, OF WHICH HE IS A MEMBER, ON MARCH 5. We can fit you up in Ladies' or Men's wearing apparel at reasonable prices and on easy terms of $1.00 a week. Galin's, 26 S. Palafox. OUR SPECIALTY We Buy and Sell All Section. Metzgrer Brothers. MOBILE, ALA. TERSELY TOLD. Dr. Mai lory Kennedy leaves tonight for Key West, where the state board of health, of which he is a member, holds a meeting March 5. The state board, instead of holding its meetings at one point, is selecting a different place for each meeting so as to familiarize itself with the various sections of the state. Its last meeting was in Jacksonville, its meeting this week will be held in Key West, a fu ture meeting will be held in Tampa, and another in Penlsaoola. When the principal parts have been covered in this way, interior points for meeting will then be selected. You will have to have a CASH DOLLAR to get the BIG BARGAINS offered you on Dollar Day. Better save a few dollars back. Despite the rather Inclement weather of yesterday afternoon, quite a num ber of Pensacolians and visitors made a trip to the Pensacola naval station to view at close range the submarines and other naval craft which are now at anchor there and quite a crowd saw at close range the submarines, the first of this type of naval vessel to come into this port, and the first to come Into the several southern ports. These boats are said to be the small est and most dangerous of Uncle Sam's naval engines of war, and the local in terest In them was heightened by the sight of half a dozen near the big Mis sissippi. The convoy Tonopoh is of a type of vessel often coming into this port and this vessel did not attract a great deal of attention. The submarines are offi cially designated as follows: E-l, E-2. D-l, D-2 and D-3. All are of the latest products of submarine construction, according to opinions expressed yes terday by the knowing naval men. E-l and E-8 use crude oil in generating their motive power, while it waa stated that the other three use gasoline. E-l and B-2, equipped with wireless ap paratus, are said to have a sending radius of sixty miles, while D-l, also fitted with wireless, has a receiving and sending radius, it is stated, of but twenty miles. Twenty men are carried by each ves sel, but it is said the full complement of these vessels is twenty-four. This, of course, includes the commanding officers. The vessels give one the impression of a huge cigar-shaped boat at a dis tance, the sharp prows and bulging amidships causing them to attract quite a bit of attention. The stern tapers down to a sharp edge giving them a queer appearance. So far as can now be learned, these vessels are to remain in local wa ters for weeks, although some of them are likely to go t other Florida ports. Much attention was also paid yes terday to the torpedo boats which have lately added by their presence to the already large naval representation in local waters. MISS FRONIE AN ADEPT AS NOTARY $5.00 REWARD. The Journal will pay $5.00 rewaid for evidence sufficient to convict any boy or arson found stealing subscribers' papers mar delivery of same by carrier. Mr. and Mrs. II. r. Ashley of Gipson, 111., wore among the visitors to Pensa oola arriving yesterday. They regis tered at the an Carlos. T... I, Smith and wife of DeKuniak ar rived in the city last night and regis ereo at the San Carlos. Mrs M. O. Houston, mother of R. M. rmuMuii. hbwiui io xvereiver n. w . ioodhart, roaoed the city yesterday from Cleveland and will spend sev eral voeks here. W. W. Watson of the Watson. Far ker & Reese Company, left yesterday it noon for New York and Philadel phia in the interest of tho Easter and general spring trade of his tlrm. . . A wind velocity of forty miles an hour was attained during yesterday :'rom the north. The wind was high hroughout the day, the velocity being above thirty miles an hour for several hours, much to the disappointment and discomfort of those who antici pated trips on the bay. Concerning the work of a lady no tary in Milton, the Santa Rosa Star this week prints the following: Miss Fronle Harrison who is becoming quite an adept at tying the matrimonial knot since she received her notarial commission, performed the marriage ceremony last Saturday for Mr. Robert Sweeney and Miss Msytha I. Steele, both of this county. The ceremony oc curred in the county judge's office, and was witnessed by but a few friends of the contracting parties. Evolutions Suscribe for The Journal. k FEW SUGGESTIONS FOR LENT AT THE RIGHT PRICES Fish Flakes 9c Punny Fish 23c Herring, in tomato sauce 15c Boneless Herring, in glass 10c Sardines, in olive oil 5 to 25c Large Salt Mackerel two for 25c Pickled Herring, in glass 25c Shrimps, in can 15c Smoked Herring, per dozen 40c Coffee Ranch Co. 34 S Palafox St Phone 422 are being wrought in Banking, but the basic principles remain tin scarred Stability of the institution Security to the depositors Conservatism in management Citizens & Peoples National Bank of Pensacola, Fla. Designated Depository of Public Funda of The United States. The tats of Florida, The City of Pen sacett Wnlted State Circuit Court WEEKLY TRIPS TO MOBILE BY STNIR. FALCON ANOTHER COAST STEAMER LINE HAS BEEN INAUGURATED AND WILL AFFORD MUCH BENEFIT TO THIS POINT. Beginning with this week, the coast steamer Falcon, of the Southeastern Steamship Line, will include Mobile fn her round of calls each week, going to Mobile each Saturday and leaving there after a stay of twelve hours. Arriving at Mobile at 6 a. an., the Fal con remains until 6 p. m. leaving at that time for Pensacola to arrive here early Sunday morning. Departure from Pensacola is on Monday at noon, and Wednesday, at p. m. Two trips per week will be made here by the Falcon, touching here on both the trips to and from Mobile. The first trip to Mobile from Carra belle was made last week, the steamer taking over quite a quantity of rosin and returning with a big lot of mis cellaneous merchandise. The new schedule follows: Leave Mobile Saturday at 6 p. m., leave Pensacola Mondays at noon (for Apalachicola) and Wednesdays (for Apalachicola) ; leave Apalachicola Tuesdays and Thursdays for Canra belle; leave Carrabelle Tuesdays for Pensacola and Thursdays for Mobile. Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of E. W. Grove. Cures a Cold in one day. 25e (adv) BOYS COURT FOR CHICAGO SHORTLY BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. Chicago, March 1. A boys' court In which youths between 17 and 21 years of age will be tried, will be establish ed ki Chicago on March 15 in connec tion with the municipal court. It is said the court will be the first of its kind in the world. Plans for the establishment of the new court were mad yesterday at a meeting of municipal court judges. One of the judges of that court will devote his entire time to boys' cases. Through the new tribunal it is expected that speedy trials will be given to all boys between 17 and 21 arrested on any charge except murder and treason. "Between 17 and 21 years the boy de velops into the man," said Chief Jus tice Olsen of the municipal court. "It is in this the crucial period of his life that, of all times, he should not be thrown into the company of hard ened criminals. The boy brought into the municipal court will not rot in jail while he undergoes an apprentice- J ship in crime. Bankrupt Sale of the Brawner-Riera Stock Continues Through the First Ten Days of March March 2d to 12th $10,000 Worth of Valuable Merchandise Still Remaining From This $22,000 Stock In this period we shall make a still more radical cut in prices on some of the more salable lines. We have opened many cases of new and bright dress goods and table linens. Don't miss this opportunity to replenish your linen chest. Note a few prices: Bed Spreads, the $1.35 kind, now 90c Bed Spreads, the $1.50 kind, now $1.22 Bed Spreads, the $2.00 kind, now $1.50 Bed Spreads, the $2.50 kind, now $1.89 Bed Spreads, the $3.00 and $3.50 kinds, now . . $2.48 Sheets 81x90 inches, sold everywhere at $1.00, now r. 75c Sheets 81x99 inches, sold everywhere at $1.15, now 90c Pillow Cases 42x36 inches, sold everywhere at 25c, now 18c Huck Towels, 17x34, at this sale 10c Turkish Bath Towels, 18x24, 20c values, now 12c Turkish Bath Towels, 20x39 inches, 25c values, now 16c Turkish Bath Towels, 25x46, 35c values, now. . .25c Kimona Crepe, for house dresses, value 20c, now 14c Window Curtain Swiss, regular 20c value, now 14c j 54-inch Cotton Table Damask, 30c value, now 22c 64-inch Mercerized Table Damask, 60c value, now 41c 72-inch Linen Table Damask, $1.00 value, now 75c 72-inch Linen Table Damask, $1.25 value, now. .95c 72-inch Linen Table Damask, $1.50 value $1.19 All Linen Napkins, $3 value, now $2.25 All Linen Napkins, $2 value, now $1.50 Mercerized Napkins, $1.25 value, now 95c Plain and Fancy Messaline Silks, worth $1, now 50c Brown Dress Linen, value 35c, now 27c Brown Dress Linen, value 30c, now 21c Brown Dress Linen, value 25c, now 18c Dress Linen, all colors, value 35c, now 27c Dress Linen, all colors, value 25c, now 15c Colored Dress Linens, value 15c, now 11c White Linen Finish, value 25c, now 17c White Linen Finish, value 17c, now 13c White Linen Finish, value 125c, now 10c All Week AT Perkins Brothers Company March 2--12 Corsets, All Styles $1.00 Corsets, all this week at 82c $1.50 Corsets, all this week at $1.10 $2.00 Corsets, all this week at $1.37 Brawner-Riera Store Palafox - - Near Romana All Week AT Perkins Brothers Company March 2-12 i Ha I I II 1 .. In mmnn iiiiiiiiiiiii i Mininm nil ii i ii ii i iirnaai mmmWmwmmmufmmmkmmmkwmmmmmmi 1 2 t I f H m I- BARTENDERS ENJOY SMOKER ANNUAL MEETING OF THE UNION AND INSTALLATION OF OFFI CERS 18 HELD AT K. OF P. HALL. Treasure More Valuable Than Gold (Continued from First Pa.) ter very little has been accomplished in the line of artificial growth. GOES TO ST. ANDREW8. Commissioner Hodges has returned to the St. Andrews bay district where j large tracts of bottoms have been sur- veyed out and the oyster culture will I be carried on extensively. The annual meeting: of the Bartend ers Union was held last night in K. of P. hall on Bast Intendencia street, the new officers being installed and an enjoyable smoker followed, at which a light lunch of sandwiches, salads, etc was enjoyed. The union has a membership of be tween thirty and forty and all of them were present, as well as a few invited friends to the smoker, and they spent several hour most pleasantly. The new officers of the union follow: President William Vorkamp. Vice President J. G. HiHiard. Secretary Dan Bergin. Treasurer IX Corianna. Chaplain Tan Jordan- Inspector George Cooley. Inner Guard R. 0potran. Outer Guard Earl Williams. Gov. Trammell Sends i T ou :sx I Felicia iu u.ici ins (Continued From First Page.) or other person to publish an attack j against a candidate within eighteen j days of the primary, unless a copy j thereof is personally served on the can didate against whom the attack is j made at least eighteen days before the primary. 9. It is unlawful for any candidate or other person to give or promise to give a newspaper publisher anything of value, as an Inducement for the sup port of his paper. It is unlawful for the publisher to solicit or accept the same. 10. Candidates and other persons are prohibited from furnishing, giving or delivering to another person any mo ney or other thing of value to be used for any purpose prohibited by the act- DUTIES OF THE JURIES. 11. It is the duty of the grand Jury of each county to make diligent in quiry as to whether or not this law has been violated, 12. Candidates for county office, are required to file with the clerk of the circuit court detailed itemized state ments of campaign expenditures and contributions. One statement to be filed not more than thirty days nor less than twenty-five days prior to the primary; one statement not more than twelve days nor less than eight days prior to the primary, also a state ment shall he made within ten days after the primary. The candidates for national and state offices are required to make and file similar reports with the secretary of state. 13. The word "candidate" in this act is defined as meaning any person who has announced to any person or to the public that he is a candidate for m. cer tain office. After so announcing each candidate should under the law keep an accurate itemized statement of his campaign expenses. 14. Persons other than candidates who violate this law shall be punished by a fine of as much as one thousand dollars or twelve 1 months imprison ment or by both such fine and Impris onment. Candidates who violate the law are subject to the same penalty and in ad dition their names shall not be printed upon the primary ticket, or the general election ticket, .and in the event the crime is not discovered until after the election no commission shall be Issued to the offender if he was elected. If he gets Into office before the disc srj the crime, he shall then upon discov i t of the offense bf removed or lmpeo ed. In the above I have not attempt'.; , set out the law In fun, hut have m tre . ly In a concise way referred to a a ber of the important features the! Por your Information I am ending a copy of the law. If you at any time find it n - w to have the services of a det connection with cases arising m this law, kindly advise me. Tours very truly, PARK TRAMMEJ.L. Governor. The Journal will give ab solutely free $25 in five prizes on Dollar Day, and everybody can vote on the Dollar Day ads., except chil dren under fifteen. NOTICE. I, on the 14th day of March. wi i the balance of the Alfred Moog ba; rupt stock, which consists of fixtures typewriters, cash registers, in the P. fox street place, and warehouse BtXM merchandise, such as beers, win, be ties, cartons, and other articles! the Hvi stock, one horse and buggy, one inuli and two Wagons, and the open account of the Alfred Moog business, and ad equity of the reel estate of the mmii bankrupt. FELO McAIXTSTBHL Trustee