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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1915.
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Connected Story - Tells of
Serious Acts of the
Indians In Mexico
CAPT. GEORGE J. SANTACRUZE
PURCHASES OLD "OBAN BAY,
AND WILL CONVERT HER INTO
A BARGE.
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FINE CANDIES?
1 ' Tjadies, teTl us why in a letter not to ex
' ceed fifty .words... The ten best letters fill re
: ceive a Box Bountiful of NunnallyY
20 Pounds FREE! Ten' Prizes.
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D'AlcmtJsrte'c Pharmacy
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121 South Palafox. Phone 109.
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HOT DISQUALIFIED
ISSUES A STATEMENT REGARD
ING REPORT THAT HE CAN
NOT BE ELECTED TO THE OFFICE.
V.WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY ? WHY? WHY ?
BT ASSOCIATED PRESS.
: Topolobampo, Sinaloa, , Mex., Dec
13. (Via radio to San'Diego) CaL,
Dec 14.) How Yaqui Indians, raid
ing the Yaqui valley "looted property
of Americans, destroying what they
could not carry away, murdered a
number of -Mexicans after stealing
their clothing, and committed other
wanton depredations while Mexican
troops stationed in the vicinity re
mained inactive, is described in the
first connected story of the raids de
ceived here today. The Mexican
troops were sent from . the state of
Jalisco. Excepting three hours fight
ing, the first day they did nothing
against thei Yaquis, saying they had
been sent to fight Villa troops, not
Indians. i
Five hundred Indians appeared
along the Yaqui river, December 9,
and fired into Mexican villages be
tween Cocorit, and Esperanza. Mexi
can troops repulsed them, but next
day they appeared to the south in the
heart of the American settlement
"where they captured six Mexican
laborers and gathered up quantities
of com. After stripping the laborers
of their clothes, they mutilated and
murdered them. .-'.
The large experimental . station
owned and operated by trie Richard-;
son Construction company was the
next place attacked. ; The superin
tendent and employes were forced to
flee lor their lives. The warehouses
were broken into and grains that
could not be carried off were, mixed
with poison. .The experimental sta
tion plant was wrecked.
December 11 seventy-five Indians
went south and took possession of
the Cajomo ranch, an American prop
erty, where they emptied 2,500 sacks
of rice paddy. .
, The raiders left the valley that aft
ernoon, driving with them 200 mules
loaded with provisions, their winters
supply' ' '
Appeals for help were sent out by
the Richardson company to the larger
Mexican garrisons a few miles away,
but no. troops arrived untu yesterday
long after the Indians had left.
General . Dieguez last October as
sured Admiral Winslow, now . here
with the cruiser San Diego, that ade
quate . protection would be afforded
American settlers both at Los Mochis
and in "the Yaqui valley.
After lying peacefully on the out
side gulf beach since February 21,
1910, the old Italian bark Oban Bay
has been purchased, and it Is said,
will be converted into a barge. Her
purchaser is Capt. George J. Santa
cruze, the same man who bought the
old bark Henney, now the Hildegarde,
and which has been fitted out for deep
sea work.
The Oban Bay, according to the
Maritime Register, was built in Scot
land in 1876, and is 215 feet in length,
34 feet wide, with a depth of 21 feet.
She has registered tonnage f 1,068.
This old vessel, coming to Pensacla
from Catania, Italy, five years ago,
chased ' up on the beach during a
bright moonlight nipht, and as her
MAKERS
TO
MEET TOMORROW
FINAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE
MADE FOR THE MIDNIGHT
FROLIC ON NEW YEARS EVE
AT KEYSER AUDITORIUM.
SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL
Tallahassee, Dec 14. Hon. F. M.
Hudson is out again after an attack
of typhoid. He had been sick fori
two or three weeks while campaign-!
ing in West Florida. He returned to;
Tallahassee from this trip, and al
though still feeling quite ill, tnade a
trip to his home at Miami in an au
tomobile. Soon after reaching Miami,
it was discovered that he nad typhoid,
and he returned to Tallahassee at
once to be with his family. When
seen on the streets Monday, he was
looking well, and stated that he is
again in good shape." He left Tues
day morning for Miami, where he will
remain looking after legal matter
of the law firm, Of which he Is a ment
Taft Dozed on a
Train While Big
Storm was Raging
a unA twnenil rnnHiHrvn TPM ttrach '. bcr.
against her, no very determined ef- In general talk about the capital,
fort was made to float the old ship.
Deserted by captain and crew, the
old hulk was abandoned to an other
wise worse fate, and it was thought
would never be used again. It ap
pears, however, that some belief ex
ists that she may again go back on
the register, for the last Issue of the
Maritime Reelster announced her
purchase by the Mobile shipowner
named, and that efforts wil? be made
to float the Oban Bay as soon as
proper arrangements can be made. ,
The old bark Henney, which was
purchased after remaining idly at an
chor for , 'several years, has been
"spruced up," and now sports an
American registry, bearmg theVn'ame
of Hildegarde. . f
NEGRO PRISONERS
SHOW A DECREASE
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Nothing Will Give Greater
Pleasure Than
Moundsville, W. Va., Dec. 14. Ac
cording to Warden M. 2. White of the
state penitentiary here, the. number
of negro prisoners In that institution
has decreased 8 per cent sincethe en
actment of prohibitory law and the
number - of incoming . negro prisoners
is decreasing in even greater propor
tion. Of fifteen xulprits received last
week from the southeropart of the
state , which formerly provided the
bulk of the negroes, only one was of
that race, while during thep ast year
McDowell county',: which naa a large
negro population sent 6nly seven ne
groes to the penitentiary. Hereto
fore from 20 to 25 were sent at each
term of court.
VILLA REPORTED TO
HAVE TAKEN PRISONERS
Pensacola Electric Co., In
.tie Role of Good aFiry ,
- Aiding Doll and Toy Fund
(Continued from Pa One.) ; i
s
Jewelry
Nothing More Lasting
Our Assortment Is ; Unusu
ally Large and Varied
We Invite' an Inspection
Peter
Lindenstrath,
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S' tia toutn Patafex
El Paso, Tex., Dec. 14. Genera
Villa is reported to have taken to
Chihuahua City as prisoners thirty
Mexican employes " of the Tearson
properties of Madera, Chihuahua.
j teacher, Miss Ethel Broughton, and
the object of this club is to work for
rst VirTiftlna Tliov have collected a
great many toys and" some clothmg
nnd have earned $1.25 which they
have given to the Doll and Toy Fund.
Imagine the ice cream cones, choco
late drops, and v movies, which have
been given" up and you will realize the
magnitude of this sacrifice. -
The funds are increasing steadily
but slowly and there is need for im
mediate action in order -that every
child in Pensacola may be remem
bered. Will you not send your con
tribution to The Journal at once ?
The fund now stands:
Cash previously acknowledged. $30.00
Pensacola Electric Co. ........ 10.00
Mary Coney ................. 1-00
rtauta ft. School 85 1.25
J Hugh Jordon, Jr., dressed doll
and
Cash
Cash
Five Presidents Honored
Straus, Named by Whitman
Audits.
R. RAINES
Examinations.
Public Accountant, Auditor.
202 PAUAFOX STREET
TELEPHONE 684. ; PENSACOLA, FLA.
Accountant Systems. Efficiency Engineer
.50
1.00
1.00
Total
,......$44.75,
County Board Postpones
A Vote on, the Bonds
(Continued from Page One.)
some are Baying that Senator Hud
son would not be eligible for governor
if elected, for the reason that, as a
member of the legislature, he voted
for n increase in the salary of gov
ernor, the oifice, which he himself
seeks to fill. Mr. Hudson was asked
if he had anything to say In answer
to this talk, and in reply made the
following statement:
"My alleged disqualification Is
founded solely on the fact that Uie
legislature of 1918, of which I was a
member, enacted a law Increasing the
salary of the governor.
The Constitution (Article IH, Sec
tion '5) provides that:
"No senator or member of the
house of representatives shall, during
the time for which he was elected, be
appointed or elected to any civil of
fice under the constitution of this
state that has been created, or the
emoluments whereof have been in
creased, during such time.
"My last term in the senate began
on the day of the general election in
1912. That the salary of the gov
ernor was increased by the legisla
ture during that term is admitted. So
were the salaries of the comptroller
and other cabinet officers and the rail
road commissioners.
"The remaining question then, is:
Will the next governor be elected dur
ing that same term ?; If not, there is
nothing in the contention that I am
disqualified.
?The next governor will be elected
on the first Tuesday after the first
Monday in November, 1916, and on
that same day my term as senator
will expire. Taking together Section
2 (as amended in 1898) and Section-1
of Article VII of the Constitution, it
appears that the term of a senator
elected in 1912 will expire 4at the
election for senators and members of
fh Tioiim of representatives' on the
first Tuesday after the first Monday
in November, 1916."
The Phunmakers will hold an im
portant meeting at the chamber of
commerce tomorrow night at 70,
one that promises to be the busiest
In t long while.
At this meeting final arrangemtnta
will be made for the big midnight
frolic this organisation will offer at
the Keyser auditorium on New Year's
eve, ("All night long"). Much dis
cussion will be allowed on the subject
of the parade, for at this meeting the
bids will be opened to furnish the
parade for this organization. Work
will start on the floats in the next
week , or two. The Seven new floats
have arrived and will be installed at
the new shed the Phunmakers have
rented for this rear's decorations'. AS
is already known, the Phunmakers
will occupy entirely different quarters
than the . Carnival Association, .the
carnival shed being tmable to house
both organizations. A large member
ship is expected to be on hand for
this meeting. .. .
BT ASSOCIATED 'PRESS.
New York, Dee. 14. Former Presi
dent Taft was among the storm bound
travelers on the New York, New
Haven and Hartford railroad last
night. He boarded a train for New
Haven at Grand Central station at 2
a. m. only to be informed that be
cause of a break fat the electric feed
wire there would be indefinite delay.
"Never mind," said Mr. Taft, "111
be quite comfortable here," and doz
ing, he waited patiently until, with
the aid of a steam locomotive, the
train crawled out of the station. It
was 7 this morning when Mr. Taft
reached New Haven.
Explosion on a
Sleeper Injures
Male Passenger
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Birmingham, Ala., Dec 14. A. C.
Markle, of Philadelphia was slightly
injured early Tuesday morning when
a mysterious explosion oceured in a
Pullman car on the New Orleans and
Philadelphia limited of the Queen and
Cresent route at Parker Siding, 60
miles east of Meridian. Glass from
shattered windows struck Mr. Markle
in the face cutting him. slightly.
Other passengers on the sleeper were
shaken up only.
Local railroad officials attribute the
explosion to nitroglycerine but have
not learned who dropped it. ;
Greek Shipping
Commandeered
By Government
BT ASSOCIATED IPRESS.
London Dec lV-The Greek gov
ernment, it was learned, here today
has commandeered all Greek shipping
in British end American ports in an
effort to supply the tleflency in food
and coal which exists In Greece as
a result of the entente allies restrictions.
The Greek vessels will he loaded
with cargoes purchased by the Athens
government which does not anticipate
the same trouble as is experienced by
the regular owners of the ships in
getting these necessary commodities
to Greece.
ROME CHAMBER OF
DEPUTIES TAKE RECESS
. Rome, Dec. 14.The chamber
deputies adjourned today until March
Adjournment was taken after an im
posing demonstration in tributes to
the kins and the army. The greet
ings of the deputies were sent to the
"victorious army at the front."
STANDARD ADVANCES
. .PRICE OF PETROL EC?;
New York, Dec 14. Tlie SUtaaarJ
Oil Company of New York today re
nounced an advance of twenly-iivc
points in refined petroleum for r.
port, making cases 10.75 cent . jje;
gallon, thanks five cents ami 'standard
white in barrels 8.65 cents.
Purely
VETERAN REPUBLICANS
NOT BE RE-ASSIGNED.
Washington, Dec 14. Assignment
of Republican and Progressive rep
resentatives committees announced to
day by Republican leader Mann, dis
closes that veteran Republican mem
bers who were defeated in 1912, will
not be returned to their former im
portant committee places.
"Uncle Joe" Cannon ts given sixth
place on the appropriations committee
Representative Slemp, of Virginia,
is a new member of this Important
committee.
Pen
s o on a
which the county had held 40 cents
to be the charge. He ihso stated that
the other suits had been decided
favorable to the county. -
The pension application of J. R.
Eddins and Mrs. L. E. Batts were pre-
. j .
sentea ana approved.
Deputy sheriff and notary public
bonds were approved. "
Arrived.
Rus bk Garnet Hill, 2159, Dormer,
Liverpool, to M. A. Quina Export Co,
Cleared.
Br sch Charlevoix, Roberts, for
Havana, with 454,000 s ft lumber.
Tuberculosis Is -Helped
Oscar S. Straus of New York, ap?
pointed by Governor Whitman chair
man of the public service commission
m New York city, was formerly sec
retary of commerce and labor and al
so ambassador to Turkey. In his new
and important office he succeeds Ed
ward E. McCall, who was removed by
the governor. Mr. Straus has the un
usual distinction of having been hon
ored by five presidents. Mr. Cleve
land appointed him minister to Tur
key. President Harrison and McKin
ley reappointed him, and when Theo
dore Roosevelt as president needed a
head for the department of commerce
and labor he called en Mr. Straus to
take the place. When, in 1909, the
by what may be called the -"natural"
treatment. This is based on plenty of
fresh lr, a sufficiency of well-cookea.
pure foo and as Urg a measure of
rest as can be had. , '!.
0. ii-t.nt au ixt always secure crisis in the Ottoman empire became
the desired results. Sometimes there is acute President Taft persuaded Mr.
nMd lor meaicsuon in rar
th reauislte body resistance.
In such eases iscinnan's Aiierauve nan
been used with a largo measure of suc
cess. Indeed. In many Instances tuber
culosis apparently haH yielded to this
preparation. In any case. It la worth a
trial, and, since It contains no opiates,
narcotics or habit-forming drugs, its usa
Is nafe. From your drurelst or direct.
Fckman Laboratory, Philadelphia.
(Adv). , . . - .
Straus to go back to Turkey, this time
as an ambassador, ' the rank of the
post having been raised. He resigned
in 1910. In 1912 Mr. Straus was the
Progressive nominee for 'governor.
having played a prominent part, with
Roosevelt in the formation of that
party.
SHIPPING NEWS.
VESSELS IN PORT. v
Steamships.
Rudolf Blumberg, Get, 1077, (In
ternea.)
Lucia, Auit., 4747, Ivndeh (In
terned.
Vogesen, Got, 2SS6, Paul sea, (In
terned.)
-.
" Bark. , -
Margharita, Rus, 1748, Johans-
sen, London, to Gulf Transit Co.
Garnet Hill, Rus, 2159, Donner,
Liverpool, to M. A. Quina Export Co.
Este, Nor, 1357, Thoresen, London,
to Order.
Wallacetown, ItaL, 1568, Cacace,
Bridgetown, to Quina Export Co.'
Avio, Rus, 451, Stiltson, St. Thomas
to M. A. Quina Export Co. .
Ceres, Nor, 1429, Gundersen, Liver
pool, to M. A. Quina Export Co.
Schooners.
Charlevoix, Br, 427, Roberts, Car
denas, to Stearns Lumber and Export
Co.
Dorothy Barrett, Am, 1799, Mer
ritt, Cienfuegos, to Baxter & Co.
Georgiana Roop, Br, 398, Richard,
Cardenas, to AfChv
As regards habits of Hving, that, of course, is
purely a1 personal matter with each of us.
But some folks go on for years "wondering what
causes their nervousness, heart flutter, biliousness,
headache and various other ailments.
A frequent, though often unsuspected cause, is
- coffee drinking. This; because coffee contains a pow
erful, habit-forming drug, f caffeine, (about two and
one half grains to the average cup) which, taken reg
ularly, finally drifts many into ill health.
Think it over.
Of course, its your own affair. If you can go on
drinking coffee and feel no evil effects, why bless
your heart, keep it up- but there are hundreds of
thousands who have quit coffee and now use
'POSTUM
the pure food drink
They know from the better health that follows,
that freedom from the drug, caffeine, in coffee makes
life brighter and happier.
Postum is made of wheat and a bit of molasses
has a rich, snappy flavour much like that of mild Java
coffee, yet contains no caffeine or other harmful ele
ment. ' . '
Postum comes in two forms. The original
Postum Cereal requires boiling; Instant Postum is
soluble. A level teaspoonful in a cup of boiling water
makes a delicious drink instantly. Cost per cup is
about the same for both kinds. .
Personally the change to Postum is a little
. thing to do. The benefit is great.
There's a
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
Send 2c stamp for 5-cup sample of Instsnt Postum.
. Peftam Cereal Co., Ltd., Battlo Creek, Mich.
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