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THE PENSACOLA JOUKIMAJL, MONDAY MORNING, MAY la, lai. PAPA VISITS MANUEL'S BRIDE IN ENGLAND; QUERY: ARE THE YOUNG PEOPLE GETTING ALONG AS WELL AS THEY SHOULD RJ1 A Smart Pair i n I to) LJ wj of "our Nu-Buck" Outing Shoes will make a useful and sprightly addition to your summer equipment. Many men find rubber soled outing shoes just the thing, not only for outing wear, but for all round summer wear. Our shoes in all the styles are built to meet the constantly growing dem mds of the particular man, who desires a light weight, comfortable shoe that is not only capable of good service, but of recognized good style. Spring and Summer Oxfords, $3.50 to $6.50. The John Wliite Store The Utmost for Your Money. 209-211 South Pilafox Street. mm THEATER 5x U L TODAY "Perils of Pauline No. 2 of the thrilling serial story, sational aeroplane accident. See the sen- TOMORROW f ijf ' ts -avfSNi ; - - , .BaC!Su'9' - "safi 1 r. W i One Roofing After fighting smoke, burning cinders and storm for seven years, the roofing shown above on the old Wells Street Station of the C. & N.W. R. R. in Chicago, was rolled up and used to re-roof several suburban stations. NEpo i3 This hard wear has not taken a bit of the life ! out of the roofing, and it is now giving perfect CI service in its new locations. A good life insur- - ance risk is the rnan who lives beyond the : average time longer than he is expected 'to live. A good roofing is one that lasts longer than is zz ZZ necessary. That's what NeponseT Paroid does. ZZ ZZ An ideal roofing for factories, storehouses and ZZ farm buildings. The Lewis Bear Company Wholesale Distributers. EMPIRE LAUNDRY "Where Linen Lasts" Phone 322 MARSTON & QUINA, Wett Florida's Oldet Furniture House. Exclusive Agents Globe-Wernlcke Book Cases. ijunf Piano Factory to You. Kranlch A aath." "Gold String Scho fneh., "Lester.' "Emerson." "Llnde mn. "Chlckerlng.. Player Pianos Ceclllan." "Lester." and cheaper Player Music cut erlcea. Factory agents. The Clutter Music House. The Journal "Want Ad. Way" is the best investment you can make. SCOOP f THE CUB REPORTER l-r-fl y-T" Lin CMr-i XCcrrN. -rfj' I i rW - .s i -rr--rf Iiml CT -t-r -i Hnn VVik C T . 7 I vniM t l uiviw.JiL' r-v vwvvii JTwrA o c tr-itv I lnn '..'f n I : , , iiJiiM. , lr " aiiS8gc; :;- $ t Used Twice YOUNG ALLEi LOSES LEFT LEG AMPUTATION NECESSARY AS RE SULT OF RAILROAD ACCIDENT TWO YEARS AGO YOUNG MAN WILL NOW RECOVER. Mailory J. Allen, youngest soti of Trof. I. K. Allen, was compelled to suffer the amputation of his left Iojt yesterday inornins. as the result of injurit-s received about two years api in a railroad accident from which he never recovered. The accident itself occurred In the city early one morning- when young Allen, who was a yard flatrman, was knocked off a freight car by a trolley wire. He fell to the pavement injur ing his left lej so that it never healed. Two operations were subsequently performed on the leg In Montgomery, but the injury had affected the bona and it was finally determined that amputation was nece-ssaty. The op eiatlon was performed at the Pensa cola Sanitarium Sunday morning by Drs. Bryans and Stokes and the youns,' man's recovery is now believed to b--. assured. Subscribe for The Journal j nseT lilIlMlll Uflll .1 II fl I ! ' - I all I IJ Jl E S 6f I S y I I KOWTOUMl!1- COOPERATES TO FELL AT F RELATIVES IN PENSACOLA LEARN FROM DIVISIONAL OFFICER AND BOATSWAIN'S MATE OF UN FLINCHING COURAGE OF YOUNG FROH LI CH STEIN. Relatives in in other cities, stein, who fell Cruz on April 2 IVr.sacoIa. as well as of young K. Frohlich at: the front at Vera 2, are in receipt of let- ters from officers in command of the division in which the youn.i; man was assigned, and in both letters received, the writers unhesitatingly speak of the unflinching courage of the young man. "Though they have lost their son,'' one letter says, "they (his parents) may seek solace in the fact that he will be remembered as one who gave up his life in the service of his coun try, th in which no greater honor can befall any man." The young man was n brother of Mrs. A. M. Cohen of this city, and in a letter to Mr. Cohen. Knsign II. Fritz pays the above tribute to the deceased and his courage. A copy of a personal letter to Mr. Cohen, and also a copy of a letter to the relatives of the young sailor who gave up his life in the service of his country, follow: Letter to Mr. Cohen. U. S. S. New Hampshire, era Cruz. lies., May 6th, 1914. Mr. A. M. Cohen, Pensaeela, Fla. Lear Sir: Your letter to the piy niaster was referred to me and I gav it to those of his comrades, who were ashore with Mr. Frohliehstein at the time of the attack on Vera Cruz. The circumstances loading to his death are us follows: The battalion of this ship was land ed at o:"0 a. m. April 1 1' 14, under a scattered tire from hidden Mexicans. At 8 a. m. of the L'L'ml our battalion got underway for the southern section of the city. In passing the Mexican Naval Academy and while almost en tirely surrounded by high buildings the Mexicans opened lire. It was this time that four of our men were killed and fourteen wounded, among them, your relative. The city was under our control by noon. Please extend my deepest ympathies to the parents of Mr. Frohliehstein. Though they hav.s lost their son. they may seek solace in the fact that he- will be remembered as one who gave up his life in tbe service of his country, than which no greater honor can befall any man. Yerv truly yours. (Signed) IT KRTZ. Knsign I'. S. N. Divisional 'fhv.-r. Letter From Comrades. V. S. S. New Hampshire. era Cruz, Mex.. May 6th. It'll. To the relatives and friends of ovu late friend and shipmate. 1'. H. Frohliehstein : ( !i the morning of April 2" the New Scoop Is 1 Ex - King Manuel, his bride and their ; nomf; in cngiana. ax me ngni, ins IiSI9 If! Pill 1 I I 11 IB' bride's father, Prince William. IJ U L L Rl I L li L U j The present visit of Hohenzollern at daughter, the l.rido tied of f'ortuga!. at of Prince William the home of his of ex-King Ala ti the hitter's home rise to the ques 'near London, irives tion whether the young folks are get ting along as well as th-v should. When the prince first announced his. intention of making the visit it was generally believed that he would take his daughter home with him. It has been known ever since the niarriau' that the Princess August, i Victoria ha.-; not been particularly pleased with her husband. linnet Wiliiam has denied the rumor that he wiii take his daugh ter back to (Jerma ny. and says t!i young people are as happy as could be expected. l lampshire Cruz under Anderson, vance and cupied by- battalion landed at Vera the command of Captain Wo. received orders to ad capture the positions oc- the Mexicans, in this we were successful. It was accomplished ! under very heavy tire, tint brunt of j which was taken by the New Hamp shire's men, who were leading the battalion. Your son was in the front i rank of the nd company, bearing J himself in a manner which was both ' a credit to himself and his country. I It was during this, our iirst engage- inent, that your son i ell. He was held in high esteem by his shipmates and the'r heart -felt sym pathies go out to his sorrowing par ents and relatives. (Signed) .7. T,INlSAY. P.oatswains Mate 1st Class, V. S. Navy for the men of the r.th divisio to which vuur son belonged. $50,000.00 to loan on first Mortgage, real estate in amounts of $2000.00 and up. Private funds. Confidential. Address Finance care Jour nal. 1 iv it AMUSEMENTS At the Bonita. Tt 's extremely doubtful history of moving picture n ing there has before been if m the an ufact ur iceorded a picture so much real praise been handed to the live-part as has produo- tion of Fugene v alters' greatest the atrical success. "Paid In Full." which comes to the Poiiita theatre Tuesday. Reports from all coir the country are unanimous in their praise for tlv wonderful acting done in this picture and for the great mora't lesson which it teaches. Tully Marshall as Joe H rooks and William Riley Hatch as Capt. Wil liams, both of the original Croadway company, arc to be seen in the roles they originally created on the stage. Still Carrying That Lucky Bean I liL 9 Lil I I ILUi ! IN ITS CURRENT POSTAL GUIDE SUPPLEMENT. RURAL CAR RIERS ARE INSTRUCTED TO REPORT FIRES TO AUTHOR ITIES. SPKC1AI, TO THK JOlT.XAh. Washington, May 17. The postoffiee department has just repeated, in the current postal guide supplement, the mstruciiui s through w hich rural car riers are to lepoit forest tires to the proper authorities during 'he coming s" tou. These instruction.- were tirsl issued in May, I'.'IL', and during the past two years the co -operation has resulted in the detection anu suppres sion of ma ny n res. State and federal forest otneors. will (make a special effort this year to get even more value out or the service than has been obtained heretofore. The i usual procedure has be n lor the state ! tire wardens or federal forest officers j to send to the i.ostmasters lists of lo eal wardens and patrolmn. with their 1 addresses and telephone numbers. ! These lists at e given to the carriers ! with i list met vons to report forest tires : to men whose iiaiiii- aimear thereon, 'or to other responsible i tsors. This (year a special effort will be made to t follow up the sending out of the lists 1 by having the patrolmen and wardens ; meet the carriers personally and to take the initiative in arrangintr such ; ineeJint-'s. and also to map cut a plan of lo tion to be followed. Co-op.-iatiot- between the rural car ! r;ei s and the federal forest offieers ! will be effective- in the twentv states hi li wit h o!i national state forest forests . officers MSt in and the Mw-utv states which !, a ve established ittieir own iire protective systems. It j is expected that the services of the carriers will be particularly valuable ! in helping to protect the new national forest areas in the southern Appalach ians. CRHSTVIEW. Crestvic-w. -May 7 6.--Miss Maggie Po.vell returned home last week from Louisiana, where she has been spend ing several months with her sister, Mrs. ("leghorn. Sheriff Bell, trom DFuniak, was in town last Friday, after road defaul ters, getting I,. Hush and K. J. Dia mond to spend a few hoars with Judge 1 a ris. Mr. ing a niece. Itev. md Mrs. W. 11. White few days this week are speno with their Arrs. Aia-e Jordori. Pan Anderson from rV-Funiak. s in town iast Friday talking poli tics. Mr. John ft. Kir. if made a flvin to Shoal river last Friday nimht. Mr. W. A. Doia-vlass was a basir .0 il V a r, CN (i A . "PAID Moving pictures, five Broadway cast, including in l.-!-'u! r !i vc i H i; n.i k ion- Sanmsnn it from Mil? v':itiii frieiiii. ro Sattard.-iy Mr. S. X. ' 'on and family ( v lives l'.i-re .Si;r,d.i. Mr. J C 11. C'arlc-y was a l.uins? isit.r tn Jw-eriand last Monda. Mr. Ji.sf rdi A. Ryan from Moh1t, vas l-rf a snort while last Tu.sda Mr. . G. Walho - was a luisim rl vis:ijr to Dt l-umaK last Ini'.sdax Mr. Anpus I'ratir and Tom M.- l.uu?hiin sjx'iit last Thursday 1'isiiinK. rfturnins with a niro string f,f trotit. Mr. ;uy Eiiw, aont at ll-mia.!. -f'T' last Thtn-sday with fri'-tid- :u n . PARDON BOARD WILL MEET WEDNESDAY, JljNE 10 SPF.CIAl. TO Til K JiH'UN'AI. Taiiahasse.-, Fla.. May 17. The ti-rt regular meeting- of the state board of paidons will be held in the governor's office, beginning" on the morning of Wed 1 1 'sday. Juno 10, PH I. CAMP WALTON, j Camp Walton. May 17. Mrs. W. C j I'ryor made a business and pleasure J trip combined :o Pensacota last Sat ! irday on the Cessna, ret in ning on j Tuesday . Sh was pleasantly enter i tainod by Mr. h C. Hallmark and I family while there-, and visited many of former patrons, who are anxiously waiting vacation time to come to In dianola Inn, to enjoy the tishmg, bath ling and crabbing, which is unexcelled Ion the coast. Airs. Fryor highly ree j omrnends the Ce-sna for passenger i service and accommodation. Air. John Gunn and sister were ar rivals on the Cessna last Tuesday uml registered at Culfvlew, returning to I'ensacola on Wednesday. Capt. Fritz brought lumber, doors and windows yesterday for the addi- (tion of a small room, which Mr. Bu chanan Is adding to the cottage re cently purchased by Mr. C. C. Hall mark of Pensacola . The Hallmaiks expect to spend most of the summer at Camp Walton to the delight of their i many friends here. j Alessrs. N. it. Cook, of Pensacola and J. P. Fowls of Ihiteri rise, Ala . wre j pleasant guests at Indianola, Inn ye.--j tc-rday for dinner. ATr. Cook is spend 1 ing a few days in Camlets with Air. ! Da n Sullivan. I Mrs. Ceo. Ceisler was the guest of j Airs. W. C. I'ryor yesterday. J Air. K. S. P.uek. our genial post -I master, was a business v isitor to I'en I sacola last Sunday on the Cpt. Fritz, j returning on the same boat Tuesday, i The Brooks hotel is almost complete land will be ready for guests in a tdiort j time. Air. Aliie Piera came up on (' (Cessna hist Tuesday and register d it j t I fit Indianola inn. Inursday la- caug some line trout and redtish. Mr. Philips of Chicago. aiin- on the Until last .Monday and has 1 rl enjoying lishing, having caught two title redtish. He is talking of buying a lot here for a future home e wii! return home Saturday, accompanied bv hi mother, who has been the guest (of Air: Af plepy for the past two I niont c.s i i Air. Ceo. , r.gaged at. ; roi iin 1 ei Wright, of WricV. P ia.. is work on the new rining adiled to Indianola Inn. K Pryor of Mary li-ther. -- visitor- in our little town Mr .no. is a busi.'K- todn v. Air. and Mis. J. n Brooks ris. Fla.. kept house for Airs f Har W. C. Prvor while she was in I'ensacoi ' a -t Wi -ok. Messrs. Statton atai I-ath.'-'C. two our rims, enterprising men. are r joying tl.e sport of !i: hing t '.! I a : few day s. The Journal's "Want Ad Way" will get you results! Try an ad. in these columns for ?atitartorv results. j ei-ET f)FFN i::irrlav. 1 i I .ii. wns ! 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