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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1914.
BUT WILL THEY LOVE HIM IN OCTOBER AS THEY DO IN MAY?
Brooklyn Defeats Philadelphia;
St. Louis Wins From Cincinnati
Cincinnati. May 6. Charley Herzog,
Red manager, is the Idol of the Cin
cinnati fans His manner of running
a ball club, his determination to be
the real head of things and Indeed
his whole deportment on and off the
field meeta with the entire and hearty
approval of all Cincy baseball bugs.
When Joe Tinker left Cincinnati last
year there was a great deal of dis
pleasure expressed by the followers
of the Reds. Many declared that there
would never be a real manager in
Chattanooga Shuts Out Atlanta;
New Orleans Beats Birmingham
Chattanooga 5, Atlanta 0.
At Atlanta R. H. E.
Chattanooga"".. .......... B 11 1
Atlanta 0 4 3
.Batteries Fox and Graham, Perry
man, Afird and Dunn; umpires Rud
derham and Pfeinlnger.
Memphis 5, Nashville 3.
At Nashville R. H. E.
rtmphis , 6 1
Nashville ..3 8 1
NEWS OF THE
Bacon, rib bellies
20 to 2 J pounds Ui& 15H
8. C. Shoulders 13 13
D. 6. Meats (per lb.)
Bellies 13 13H
Shoulders 12 3 18
Hams (per lb.) ,
. Convased S. C 174 18H
Picnic lltt 1
Butter (per lb.)
Creamery 30 2
Process Butter 2S 30
Cheese (per lb.)
New York Daisies -..21 21H
CoTee (per lb.)
Fair 13 v
Prime 16 9
Choice 17 1"
Rlre (per lb.) ,
Far-fy Head 5H?
Medium 6V,'6 5Vi
Japin. Fancy 4?
Japan. Good 44
Flour (per bbi.)
Fancy Patent S.OOI 5 E0
Patent 5.60 6.75
Self Rlaing ....B.50 6.10
Lard (per lb.) nt.
Compound Tierce ?
. Tierce Leaf Lard 12 & 12
40-pound tubs over.
BO-pound tubs -ic over.
10-pound tins c over.
6-pound tins 4c over.
2-pound tins lc over.
OH (per gaL)
Kerosene, in barrels
Kerosene, in cans 11 Va
GRAIN AND FEED.
Corn (per bu.) -.
Oats. 6-bu sack 51o2
Hay (per ton)
Clover or mixed 23.00 24.00
Johnson Grass 21.00 22.00
Alfalfa 24.00 25.00
Bran, per twt. 1.50 1.55
Short wheat 1-60 1.65
Cracked corn, per 90-lb
sack 1.50 1.65
Ground Oats and Corn, ton .32.00 33.50
C S. Hula, per ton. 13.50 14.00
Corn Meal, per sack 1.75 1.80
Corn Meal, bolted 1.80 1.85
Pork, per barrel 28.50 29.00
S. G. Sugar 4.65 4.50
Fancy T. C. Sugar 4.40 4.25
Liverpool, May 7. Cotton spot
easier. Good middling. 7.89; middling,
7.27; low middling. 6.81.
Sales 12.000 bales, for speculation
and export 1,000 bales.
Receipts 8,000 bales.
.May, 6.92; May and June, 6.911-2;
"J-Aly and August 6.76; August and
September, 6.81; October and Novem
ber. 6.311-2; December and January.
6.23 1-2; January and February,
Chicago, May 7. Cash grain: Wheat
No. 2 red. 951-2 and 9S1-2; No. 2
hard. 94 1-2 and 3-4; No. 2 northern.
96 1-2 and 97 1-2; No. 2 spring, 96 and
Corn No. 2, 6S 1-2; No. 2. yellow,
Oats Standard. 39 3-4 and 40.
Hay Timothy seed. $2.75 and 34.30;
clover. $8.00 and $12.50.
Provisions Pork. $19.50; lard, $9.97
and $10.00; ribs. $10.87 and $11.12.
San Carlos R. G. Jones. Illinois; F.
V. Athey. Florida: W. R. Marble. Mo
bile: L. E. Sycle. New York; W. AV.
Ruffin, New Orleans: M. H. Murray,
St. Louis; H. Engele. New York; Mrs.
T. M. Hatch, Perdido; G. A. Tinandais,
New Orleans: H. N. Eyrie, New York
City; D. Sullivan, Port St. Joe; L. D.
May, St. Louis; B. B. Mabson. New
Orleans: C. Danials, New Orleans;
Miss Maud Saunders. DeFuniak: Mrs.
W. F. Jones, DeFuniak: J. B. Lovell,
Colfrado; Miss Lelo CTRlley. Okla
horfca; Mrs. E. Whit. Oklahoma; R.
E. L. McCaskill, DeFuniak; W. H.
Wilson. Chicago; J. J. Krauss, Phila
delphia; H. J. Otten, Cleveland; H.
Bridges, Louisville; N. R. Grigsby.
jmL Neither the Captain, owners
5 U ; or fnslees of the Br. ?.
- fouthgate will be responsible
- j for debts contracted by the
111 crew f said vessel
Gulf Transit Co. Ca.pt aj i.
Clncy as long as the directors and
owners there are many of them con
tinued to horn in and interfere with
the managing of the team- Tinker
was a favorite with the fans 'till the
owners began to hamper and halt him.
Joe left In a high dudgeon. And the
fans declared that the Clncy team
would never be properly managed.
Chartie Herzog, came to Cincinnati
with the determination to run things
himself or know the reason why. He
showed the players and fans at once
Batteries Holmes and Bemis, Rog
ers, Russell, and Gibson; umpires,
Kelham and Chestnut.
New Orleans 2, Birmingham 1.
At Birmingham R. H. E.
New Orleans 2 10 0
Birmingham 1 4 2
Batteries Walker and Hlggins,
Hardgrove and Tragressor; umpires
Fifield and Kerin.
Mobile-Montgomery, no game. rain.
HE HAS BIGGEST
INCOME IN CHICAGO
- -. -
Julius Rosenwald, president of Seans
Robuck & Co., the mail order house,
will pay to the United States govern
ment the largest income tax in Chi
cago. His tax return, it is under
stood, shows a ret income of $1,100,
000 for the ten months ending Decem
ber 31, 1913. This would be $1,320,
000 for the full year.
Louisiana; W. H. Fennell, Chicago: G.
E. Kimbrough, Montgomery; M. Kirke
by, New Orleans; B. Reed, Georgia; R.
W. Wagar, Detroit; W. P. Sidnaw,
Kalamazoo: E. Nowak, Detroit; J. L.
Bowden and wife. Alabama; W. S.
Bowden, Alabama; Miss Dennis, Ala
bama: Miss Nettle, Alabama: W. A.
Williams, Nashville; J. P. Houstoun,
Florida; W. S. Stern, Philadelphia; A.
J. Chilcellt. Chattanooga: A. J. Li
vandais, Cincinnati; C. Wysong, At
lanta, Ga.; J. W. Owen, Louisville-: H.
A. Bartlung. Chicago; H. A. Plunkard.
New Jersey; John Sauer, Jr., Ohio;
W. S. Bowden, Alabama.
CASE BEARS DIRECTLY
ON INCOME TAX LAW
Washington, May 7. The first case
to reach the supreme court Involving
directly tije constitutionality of the
federal income tax was docketed there
today. It was an appeal from the re
fusal of the federal district court in
southern New York to enjoin the Un
ion Pacific railroad at the instance
of a, stockholder. Frank R. Brushaber,
from paying the tax. Twenty reasons
are assigned for holding the law un
constitutional. THREE SPECIALS WITH
REFUGEES LEAVE CAPITAL
Washington, May 7. The state de
partment announced today that the
Brazilian legation in Mexico City
had transmitted Information of the de
parture of a train bearing between 500
Hnd 600 refugees from Mexico City
for Vera Cruz. The train was in three
sections under the Brazilian flag and
among the refugees was Dr. Edward
R. Ryan, special representative of the
American Red Cross who had been
held by the Huerta authorities.
ALL PETROLEUM COMPANIES
REPRESENTED AT MEETING
New York. May 7. Representatives
of practically every petroleum inter
est in Mexico gathered in New York
to attend a meeting called for tonight
when the Mexican situation will be
discussed. It is understood that the
consensus of opinion Is that oil men
be permitted to return in the fields
under such protection and guarantees
as may be obtained from federal and
constitutionalist factions in Mexico.
This preparation is intended espec
ially for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains and like ailments. It is a fa
vorite with people who are well ac
quainted with its splendid qualities.
Mrs. Charles Tanner. Wabash, Ind.,
says of it, "I have foxmd Chamber
lain's Liniment the best thing for lame
back and sprains I have ever used. It
works like a charm and relieves pain
and soreness. It has been used by
others of my family as well as myself
for upwards of twenty years." 25
and 50 cent bottles. For sale bv all
that such was to be and to date they
are all with him In & body. Marry
who know the fans of Cincinnati de
clare that they are1 not always easy
to please. Their esteem and affection
for ball players, and especially man
agers. Is said to vacillate frequently
and oft. Herzogs friends hope most
earnestly that he may retain the favor
of his fan following till the end of
the season, thereby achieving what all
agree would be a considerable achievement.
DEADLY RESULT OF REBEL
DEATH - DEALING MACHINE,
WHICH FELL IN CITY OF MA
ZATLAN TWO BRITISH SUB
JECTS KILLED IN GUADALA
JARA. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
On Board U. S. S. California, Ma
zatlan, Mex.. May 6. (Via Wireless to
San Diego, May 7.) Four persons
were killed and eight were injured to
day by the explosion of a bomb that
was dropped into the city 6treeta from
a rebel biplane.
Firing between the rebel and fed
eral fortifications continues and in the
artillery duel the besieging forces have
had the better of it so far.
TWO SOURCES REPORT
WORK OF REBEL BOMBS
Washington. May 7. The fighting
at Mazatlan with the fatal work done
by the rebel biplane is in continuance
of the fighting already reported here
from two sources. Admiral Howard
and General Ca rranza.
Admiral Howard's report yesterday
described the Constitutionalist rifles
and field guns against the federal gun
General Carranza's report, tele
graphed to Rafael Zubaran, his confi
dential agent here, said the federal
gunboat Morelos had grounded on Pie
dra Island and had been put out of
commission by artillery fire. He de
clared that the siege of the town was
complete. This confirmed in part by
Admiral Howard, left no doubt as to
the desperate nature of the fighting.
ONE AMERICAN AND
TWO BRITISH ER8 KILLED
Washington. May 7. One American
and two British subjects have been
killed at mines In the vicinity of
Guadalajara. A Mr. Ransdell, pre
sumably . British subject, and seven
Americans are cut off by bandits in the
vicinity. Other Americans are safe.
This information came In a despatch
from the British vice-consul at Gua
dalajara to the British embassy to
day. The despatch to the British embas
sy, sent in response to an Inquiry about
conditions at the Clnoo Minas mine
and the safety of Americans there, did
not mention the names of the Ameri
cans and British killed.
Disquieting news was also received
at the embassy from Tamplco. The
Mexicans have notified the British
commander that no one will be al
lowed to land unless all warships are
Instructions have been sent to the
returning oil operatives not to attempt
a landing at any port until instructed
by the British commander.
THE REBELS COULD NOT
TAKE TAMPICO EASILY
Tamplco, (by mail to New Orleans)
May 7. Military observers here are
impressed with the fact of how diffi
cult it probably will be for the Con
stitutionalists to make a successful
attack on the city and how compara
tively easy it would be for Americans
landing from the- battleships to occupy
Tamplco. It is believed a force of
600 or 700 marines could take the city
with little life loss, even though the
Mexicans would put up as stubborn a
fight as their position would allow.
As has been frequently pointed out,
an attack from the land side must
come from along the Altamira road,
which It is believed fortified even to
greater extent than is generally
known. Three lines of strong en
trenchments have been thrown up and
the attackers would be put at fur
ther disadvantage by a net work of
wire entanglements. This northwest
side of the city is also protected by
machine and rapid fire guns which
would be backed up by the guns of
the three federal fighting craft In the
river. All agree here it will take an
extensive and well directed artillery at
tack to make any impression upon the
While these fortifications render an
attack extremely difficult they would
be of little use against a force landing
from the American -essels. Such a
force would be subject practically to
no fir except that from housetops and
street baricades. If American battle
ships should come up the river, all
these places easily could be razed.
ARRESTED WHEN THEY
SOUGHT NEW UNIFORMS
Laredo. T., May 7. Col. Crane, of
the Ninth United States infantry to
day ordered the arrest of five of the
rebel garrison of Nuevo Laredo, who
had come to the American side and
purchased new uniforms of khaki.
They were charged with violating the
embargo on contraband of war.w
At Nerw Yorlc R. H. E.
Boston ....6 8 1
New York 7 15 2
Batteries Cruther, Rudolph and
Gowdy, Marquaxd, From me, Matthew
son and Meyers and McLane; um
pires Rigley and Enslie.
Brooklyn 6, Philadelphia 5.
At Philadelphia - R. H. E.
Brooklyn 6 13 1
Philadelphia 5 11 1
Batteries Aitchlson, Pfeffer and
Miller and Fischer, Mayer and Kllli
fer; umpires Orth and Byron.
St Louis Shuts Out Cleveland;
Washington Beats Philadelphia
St. Louis 2, Cleveland 0.
At Cleveland R. H. B.
St. Louis .... .. .. ..2 6 3
Cleveland ... ...... ..0 7 2
Batteries Hamilton and Agniew,
Mitchell and O'Neill; umpires Hilder
brand and O'Lorxghlin.
Philadelphia 6, Washington 6.
At Washington R. H, D.
Philadelphia . . ... 5 7 1
Washington .. ..6 14 2
STANDING OF LEAGUES.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Pittsburg .... .... ....15 3 .882
Philadelphia 8 5 .616
Brooklyn ............ 8 5 .61$
New York 6 7 .462
Cincinnati 8 n .44
St. Louis .-8 12 .400
Chicago .. .. .. ..6 13 .315
Boston ..3 10 .231
Won. Lost. P.t.
Chattanooga 14 6 .700
New Orleans .... .. .-14 S .636
Atlanta 11 S .550
Mobile .. ..11 12 .478
Birminaham .. . .. ..10 11 .476
VlchvllU . . . 1A 11 17 !
Montgomery 8 15 .348
Memphis 6 15 .2S6
Won. Lost. Pet.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Detroit 14 6 .760
New York 8 7 .633
Philadelphia 9 6 .600
St. Louis 11 8 .579
Washington 9 S .529
Chicag-o 9 M .4 50
Boston 9 9 .400
Cleveland 5 14 .26 4
South Atlantic League.
At Albajiy-Charleston, rain.
At Colomous, S; Savannah, 2; eleven
At Jacksonville, 7; Columbia, 1.
At Macon, 2; Augusta, 1.
At Chicago-Detroit, rain.
At Cleveland. 0; St. Louis, 2.
At Washington, 6; Philadelphia, .".
At Boston, 2; New York, 0.
At New York, 7; Boston. 6.
At Philadelphia. 5: Brooklyn, 6.
At Pittsburg, 7; Chicago, 1.
At St Louis, ?; Cincinnati. 1.
At Kansas City. 10; Buffalo, 0.
At St. Louis, 7; Pittsburg. 15.
At Indianapolis, 0; Baltimore, 0;
five innings, rain.
At Chicago-Brooklyn, ratn.
At Atlanta, 0; Chattanooga, 5.
At Nashville. 3; Memohis, 5.
Second game At Nashville, 3;
At Birmingham. 1: New Orleans, 2.
At Montgomery-Mobile, rain.
SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL.
Chipley, May 7'. Quite an interest
ing game- of baseball was played here
yesterday between the married men
and the bachelors against the Kellys.
The married men and bachelors
constitute the Chipley baseball team
of a few years back, whilw the Kellys
are the present team of Chipley. The
score was 11 to 12 in favor of th Kel
lys. The proceeds, which were some
thing over $20, went to benefit of M.
Chiplev and vicinity received a nice
soaking rain this afternoon, the first
rain of any consequence for several
LYNCH NEGRO FOR
BY ASSOCUTED PRESS.
Grovetown, Ga., May 7. Charley
Jones. negTO. was taken from two of
ficers near here late last night by a
number of white men and lynched. It
is said that Jones was suspected of
having stolen some shoes from a lo
cal merchant. This morning the body,
riddled with bullets, was found In the
ARRIVES FROM PHILIPPINES
San Francisco, May 7. Major Gen
eral J. Franklin Bell, who has been re
lieved from duty as head of the depart
ment of the Philippines, arrived from
the Orient last night. General Bell is
on his way to Texas City under or
ders from Washington.
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Chicago 1, Pittsburg 7.
At Pitsburg R. H. E.
Chicago 1 6 3
Pittsburg 7 12 2
Batteries Humphries, Zabel and
Archer, Cooper and Gibson; umpires
Klem arid Hart.
Cincinnati 1, St. Louis 9.
At St. Louis R. H. E.
Cincinnati ....1 S 4
St. Louis 9 13 0
Batteries Tingling. Rowan, Adams
and Gonialex, Perritt and Snyder; um
pires Eason and Quigley.
Batteries Brown, Bender and
Schang, Boehllng and Henry; umpires
Dineen and Connolly.
New York 0, Boston 2.
At Boston R. H. R
New York .. . .0 4 1
Boston .......2 7 1
Batteries Fisher and Sweeney,
Foster and Thomas; umpires Evans
PARIS FASHION HINT
Here is tue very Latest in tailored
costumes, from Paris. A Martial et
Armand model with Jacket of rose
colored broadcloth mad long with
bolero effect. Skirt and revers of
Jacket are of shaded rose and black
Wedding Gifts to Daughter
Of the President
(Continued from First Paee)
The engagement ring is said to have
been a large diamond solitare and an
other ring from Mr. McAdoo was an
opal surrounded by diamonds. The
opal is a birthstone for both the bride
and bridegroom, as their birthday an
niversaries occur in October.
The gift of the president and Mrs.
Wilson has not been made known, but
it is understood to be something sim
ilar to the gift they made the first
bride of the family, a eet of furniture
for the bride to use in her new home.
The cabinet members and their
wives united in a gift to Miss Wil
son and Mr. McAdoo, following a his
torical precedent established at the
Cleveland-Folsom wedding. Their
present was a set of silver dinner
plates and a silver platter. It was
sent the bride-to-be early in the week
and has been a source of admiration
for its massive elegance.
The vice president and Mrs. Mar
shall were not in the city at the Sayre
WMson wedding, but Mrs. Marshall
spent part of her last summer's lei
sure in making by hand dainty things
to give the bride. Her present to to
day's bride is also of a personal char
acter and was sent over to the White
House this morning. Several of the
cabinet women have also sent the
bride pieces of their handiwork in
linen, lace and embroidery for per
sonal and household use.
The postmaster general and Mrs.
Burleson are also represented in the
collection of presents by an opal la
valllere. The center stone has email
pearls around it and the ornament is
on a fine gold chain studded with
The senate's present was a gold
by F, S. Mellen A. Co
I "Mil 'v-
As refreshing as a morning dip.
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IN ICED BOTTLES &
Bottled by CHERO-COLA BOTTLING CO.
bracelet studded -with diamonds and
it has th added Importance of having
been chosen from among other pieces
of Jewelry euargested to Miss Wilson.
Tho senate committer In charge of the
Kift consisted of Senators Martina of
New Jersey, chairman, and Paulaby of
Delaware; Townsend of Michigan and
Overman of North Carolina. The wlx-es
of the senators mad thn selection.
The gift from the house of represen
tatives was selected by a committee
headed by Represent ative James II.
Mann. It consists of a silver tea ser
vice, a largr tray with kettle anJ
stand, tea-pot, coffee pot, sugar howl,
cream pitcher, -waste bowl and a. pnlr
of silver candelabra
There were many other presents of
a personal nature from the large cir
cle of relative and friends.
Read The Journal Want
SHOOTING ENDS A
BY ASSOCIATED PRE??.
Denver, Colo., May 7 L,. V. NVo
demus, -who wa shot by Col. James
Bulger, soldier of fortune late ye?tfr
day in the lobb'- of the favoy fcoel.
was in a critical erondltion today. Xie
odomns Is one of the proprietor of
The ouarrel whlh culminated In the
j shootlnj? of Nicodemu!", started in the
bar room when a headed argument
arose between the soldier of fortune of
Frank Clark of Cheyenne. Bulger was
badly beaten and lacerated. Clark dis
appeared. Bulger left but returned
with a revolver. Tie first mt Repre
sentative Aehton in the lobby.
"Are you the that beat me up?"
Then he confronted Representative
Louis Vogt stnnding nearby.
"Are you the guy?" he demanded,
pressing1 the revolver to Vogt's stom
ach. Bert Orchard, a patron of the hoel,
was the next to go through the or
deal. Xicodemua, who was 1n the hotel
office, was approached. What passed
between them was inaudible, but
three shots rant? out and the proprie
tor fell. i
Bulger who was arrested, has re
fused to ?Iscnss the shooting'.
on F'MM do
(5 Jfc 4 0Oi !
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AND RETURN. ' - -
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ARMS TO TROOPS
BY AK?OCl ATKD PRKS.
Trinidad. Colo., May 7. Mine offl
clsla at Tahae. Berwlnd, Htljrja,
Delagua, Huerfano and AfrulLar prac
tii'.iHy all the mires in the Lu1)ow
district todsy were notified by the
executive officer of the Colorado ITuel
v Iron Company and the Victor-American
Fu! Company to deliver up all
arms on th'-ir jiremLse to th federal
troops upon demand The gun had
been stacked, the mine officer wald.
since the arrival of federal troops at
the several properties ari(j guards
Col. fjockett In command of the fed
eral troops In thin district had eir
poted to complete the disarmament
of mine guards in I-is Animas and
Huerfano counties today but owing: tn
the delayed arrival of a portion of the
eleventh cavalry rea-fment from F"ort
Oglethorpe, fla., It waj thought prob
able the completion of thl work
would not be reached until tomorrow.
Immediately following that will come
the proclamatl. n to the strikers set
ling forth the place and time to d-
! liver their arms to the federal auth
The number of grtn In possession
the strikers is variously estimate! at
from 500 to 1200. The mine owner
were said to possess nine mac.hln
puns and un unknown number of
rifles and small arms.
MAY BE OUSTED
Washington. May 7. A house elec
tions committer in a report filed today
in the house dclared that Bepresen
rttivf Dyer of Missouri, reipuhllca n
illegally hold h!s seat, in vngress.
The case was contested by I C. Gill,
democrat. A minority report will be
filed and a strong fight made agalnft
the report nnsenting of Prer.
COL. ROOSEVELT WIRE8
THAT HE'L -FEELING BETTER"
New York, May 1. Col. Theodcre
Roosevelt who sailed today from Para,
Brazil on the sten.raer Aldan, wired his
cousin W. Kmlln Roosevelt that h
was "feeling better" and would be
home about May 20.
Mtdical Adviser of 1033 Pegoo for