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THE PENS ACQLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 1915.
The American National B jnk is a bank of Service! They who come to it will make no mistake. Its hundreds of customers who stay with it year in and year out and who have helped us to build the American of Pensacola into one of the great banks of the state know why they do so, and they need no urging'on our part to bring them to it when they wish courteous, considerate and de pendable service. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME HERE. American National Bank B. n. MA LONE, President C. W. CAM AR, Cashier Just received by express, a shipment of Ladies' -Suits, Coats and Fur Sets, all in the latest models. Prices reasonable. Terms easy. Galin's, 26 S. Palafox. TERSELY TOLD. OTMXA-DTWTie Jeumel reward for evidence sufflelant to convict any person , found stealing subscribers papers after delivery of same toy earrlar. The steamer Tarpon, which return ed early yesterday from Mobile, left at the usual how last night for her usual trip down the coast of Florida. The schooner , Charlevoix, which cleared , the day before, yesterday left port, bound for Havana, where Christ mas will be spent by Captain Roberts and bis crew. " - The directors of the Carnival Asso ciation will hold an Important meet ing tonight at the San Carlos hotel and the presence of every member of the board Is desired. .. e o ' . ... i : The pupils of school No. 25 will give an entertainment at the school building Thursday morning at 10 o'clock, to which the public is invited. la - - J IJ -1 " R. L. Williams. sontTirm mum now. with headquarters at Jacksonville, of the Germaine Cross Tie Company, left last night for Jacksonville. He has been in the city for several days in o , The Swedish steamship Helslnsr- borg has been added to the list of vessels bound for Pensacola to load cargo. The big Italian ship Comber- mere has also been added to the bound for Pensacola list. Bruce S. Weeks, deputy collector of customs in charge of the Pensacola office, and HaL Scott were among the Pensacoliahs to leave last. night for Gainesville, where they will appear before the federal grand jury in ses sion there. - , Twenty-two cases were docketed at the Tuesday session of the recorder's court yesterday morning, and the fines imposed amounted to J&56.50. ; Five cases were continued and one defen dant was turned over to the county authorities. . The residence of SoL Cahn on North Palafox street, was damaged by fire yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock. The fire originated 7 in one ' of the rooms and but for the prompt arrival of the fire department would have caused considerable damage. . John Moorhouse, X naturalized, sea man from a foreign vessel in port, and who came - here from Oporto, Portugal, has been adjudged insane and is locked up at the county jail, whence he will probably be removed and confined in some hospital for the insane. . He was removed from the vessel, at the captain's request, sev eral days ago. When the steamer Capt. Frits left for the upper bay country yesterday, a number of passengers were aboard, one of them taking with him his high powered Elmore automobile, which he had brought down from another state, and which was located on the steamer, to be conveyed to Santa Rosa for the owner's use. "The Captain Frits now makes the usual run of the Cessna, which was withdrawn, and is now at Mobile.''' - 1" it .v 1 FORDS A K K 1 V L S---" . j I. E are pleased to say that we now have cars in suffi cient quantities to supply our trade with either the Roadster at $390 or Touring Car at $440, f . o. b., Detroit Phone 1914 for demonstration ANDERSON & BARNES Corner Palafox and Gregory. FORCED CHECK OF TOE COAMdEO OF COMMERCE F0RS20 STRANGER WRITES ONE, FORG ING THREE SIGNATURES AND GETS IT CASHED FOR $20.00. A check of the Chamber of Com merce for $20.00 has been forged and cashed in Pensacola. The work was by a stranger," whose identity is sus pected and who used an old form of check discarded a year or more ago. The check was made payable to S. W. Trent and was on the back a long string of endorsements. ' The stranger evidently knew the officers of the association who signed checks and all of these signatures, three in number, were forged. The work was very crude, the name of one officer even being spelled wrong. The party is supposed to Jhave leit the cjty as soon as he secured the $20.00. 1111111 United States Department of Agri culture, Weather Bureau; Charles F. Marvin, Chief.-. DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. Pensacola, Fla., Dec 14, 1915. Highest on record for December, 77 degrees. , Lowest on record for December, 14 degrees. Day temperatures in December usually rise to 62 degrees. , Night temperatures in December usually fall to 46 degrees. Highest temperature yesterday, 53 degrees. - -'; Lowest temperature yesterday, 37 degrees. Pensaeolas Rainfall Data. Rainfall for 24 hours ending 7 p. m. yesterday, 0 inches. . Normal rainfall for the month of December, 4.17 inches. Total rainfall this December to 7 p. m. yesterday, .76 inches. . Excess this year to November 30th, 1.23 inches. msO. NB. KB. ' SJW. WW. Graft winds winds wlafl winds ... . Teton. ' Stations. i fd & ij Abilene, cloudy ..... 64 70 Atlanta, clear ....... 40 44 .. Buffalo, cloudy ...... 18 24 .06 Baltimore, clear ..... 26 84 Chicago, clear ....... 18 18 .. Denver," pt.cldy. ..... 64 64 Galveston,, pt.cldy. ; . . 66 66 .. Green Bay,, clear .... 14 22 Hatteras, clear .......40 44 Huron, cloudy 22 22 .01 Jacksonville, clear ... 50 58 Kansas City, cloudy . . 30 30 Knoxville, cloudy .... 36 40 Louisville, clear 26 30 . . Memphis, cloudy ..... 44 44 Mobile, clear 50 54 , Montgomery, cloudy.. 48 52 New Orleans, clear ... 52 CO New York, clear ..... 26 34 .38 PENSACOLA, ptcldy. 5r 53 . . Portland, Ore., rain .. 42 44 .bl Saint Louis, snow 30 32 .. Salt Lake City, rain 84 48 .16 San Francisco, clear. . 56 58 .20 Sheridan, cloudy ...V. 30 34 Shreveport, cloudy ... 52 52 Tampa, clear ........ 48 60 . Toledo, ptcldy. ...... 22 26 Washington, pt.cldy. . 26 32 '. . Williston, snow 18 20 . .14 Barometer readings, wind direc tion, wind velocity and weather 7 p. m. along the gulf coast. Brownsville, clear .. 29.90 S. Corpus Christi, cloudy 29.92 SE. 28 Galveston, ptcldy. .. 29.98 S. 16 New Orleans, clear . . 30.12 SE. . . Mobile clear ... 30.16 SE. .. PENSACOLA, pt.cldy. 30.20 SE. .. Tampa, clear 30.20 W. . . GUEST NIGHT OF ROTARY 1 ENJOYABLE EM DIME SAVINGS BANK FUND DO, NATED TO THREE CHARIT ABLE INSTITUTIONS OF THE CITY.- BUY SOMETHING GOOD! Buy Something Good ! Buy Something Good ! Guest Night of the Rotary Club, occuring at the San Carlos last night, proved one of the most pleasant even ings spent by that organization in many months. The dinner was one of the features, while the program of entertainment sparkled. Each mem ber attending was permitted to bring with him one guest and a number availed themselves of the opportunity and brought along a friend. The committee having the money in charge announced that the dime sav ings bank fund had been disposed of Dy donating it equally between the Pearl Eagan Home, Woman's Home and Woman's Relief Association. "Hello Frisco." a duet renilpr! through telephones nlaced at each end of the table, by Miss Tucker and Mr. wagenheim, proved an entertain ing feature and was loudly applauded.' Sidnev P T rf . j fe vx VltV program, then put on "Back to Child hood, each member being called upon by "Parson Brown as interlocutor, to recite some old nursery ryhme. In this O. J. Semmes, Jr. made a hit, re citing "Cinderella," and making it of local application. i BUY t SOME j THING j GOOD ! BUY r SOME THiNG j GOOD ! BUY ! SOME ! THING , 1 GOOD ! BUY ! SOME ! THING t GOOD i Says Santa Claus, the Master Giver! ; Don't Buy Useless Articles, Buy Something Good, and Get it at the "Buy Something Good" Store ESCAMBIA MEDICAL SOCIETY, HOLDS ITS 1NN0AIELECTI0H LARGELY ATTENDED MEETING IS HELD AT HEADQUARTERS IN STATE LABORATORY BUILD ING. . New Leather Hand Bags, New Umbrellas, New Jew elry, "Athenic". Bronze, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Silk and Knit Underwear; Children's Coats, Knit Baby Knit Goods. Sweater, Watson, Parker & Reese Co. Tobogganing Caps, Men's f Ties, Fancy .Vests, Shoes. Pajamas and Baby Robes,, Hundreds of other things for everybody in the fam ily. Fresh new stock. ..The Escambia County Medical So ciety held its annual meeting and elec tion of officers last night, a large num ber of members gathering at the headquarters of the association in the state laboratory building. The at tendance was very good, Dr. Turber ville of Century, being among the members to attend. . The society Is rapidly acquiring material for ' postgraduate study, which is one of thefeatured long de sired by the association. The officers chosen, many of whom were re-elec ted," were as follows: President Dr. Louis deM. Blocker. Vice-President Dr. H. L. Simp son. Secretary Dr. F. A. Brink. Treasurer Dr. M. A. LischkofT. Dr. W. D. Nobles and Dr. H. L. Bryans "were added to the board of censors. ANOTHER NUN E FOR LOCAL STATION ANNOUNCED THAT NEW HYDRO AEROPLANE OF THE CURTISS TYPE WILL SOON COME TO AERONAUTICAL STATION. Watson, Parker & Reese Co. CHARGED WITH THEiWILL OCCUPY NEW THEFT OF i CENTS Charged with the theft of fifty cents, a negro named Emory Nelson was arrested yesterday, and is 'now held in the city jail as a dangerous and suspicious character. The war rant on which Nelson was arrested was sworn out by Robert Schuler, col ored, who alleges that he was the in jured party. ' Schuler alleged ' that Nelson had helped himself to the proceeds of a fish peddling trip some time during yesterday. It was represented that a fifty cent piece was taken from the can which is used to carry proceeds of the tub-peddlers; and it was claim ed and so stated in the affidavit that Nelson was the one who succeeded in getting away with that amount. The story of the negro fisherman was told to Officer Harper, who found the party under charges, and sent him down as a dangerous and suspicious character. SCHOOL WITH THE RESUMPTION OF BOOKS ON JANUARY 3, FINE STRUCTURE IN MAXENT TRACT WILL BE USED. . With resumption of books' follow ing the two-week holiday season, on January 3, the new and handsome school building in the Maxent tract, will be occupied. School No. SO, now being taught in the old Classical school building, on North Palafox street, will be the body to be shifted to the fine new structure. The latter is now Dei'ng placed in shape for receiving the 185 pupils who will crowd into the new building. School furniture has been received, and is now being installed, so that many of the pupils who are now re quired to go a considerable way out of the way to attend school, will find it more convenient to attend school.-' The school board some time, ago petitioned the city commssioners to improve the- roads leading to the new building, as well as to extend sewer and water facilities. These things will all receive attention, and when the board of public instruction occupies the newest building in the county with the No. SO school, all these things as asked for, will be in . readiness. These matters were referred to Com; missioner Johnson. Curling Hair This Way Preserves Its Beauty That dull. dad appearance of the hair no lonsrer troubles the woman ' who has adopted the Bllmerlne method of keeping her tresses In curl. The result la very different from that produced by the drj - uiK, ueviituisms waving iruii. ' life iinir appears more naturally wavy anil curly, and the n Uration Is , really beneficial to the life i.nd. growth of the hair. Any druggist can or course supply th liquid Bllmerlne and one need not set more than a few ounces. A small quan tity should be put on before retlrlnR. using for the purpose a clean tooth brush, drawing this down th full length of tUn hair from root to tip. - The effect upon arising is delightfully surprising and there is no discoloration, no stickiness, greasiness. nor any ot:ier unpleasant ac companiment. The hair is quite man ageable, no matter how It Is done up. (Adv). , --, They Let Him Sleep Soundly ' -Since taking: Foley Kidney Pills ,1 believe I am entirely cured and I sleep soundly all night." H. , T. Straynge. Take two of Foley Kidney Pills with a glass of pure water after each meal and at bedtime. A quick and easy way to put a stop to your getting- up time after time during the night. Foley Kidney Pills also stop pain tn back and sides, headaches, stom ach troubles, disturbed heart action, stiff and aching joints, and rheumatio pains due to kidney and bladder ail ments. Gainesville, Ga R. R No. t. Mr. H. T. Straynge says: "For ten years I've been unable to sleep all night without getting up. Sometimes only a few minutes after going to bed I'd have to get up, and I tried everything I heard of for the trouble. Last year I tried Foley Kidney Pills and after taking one bottle I believe I am en tirely cured and I sleep soundly all eight. iJSMUEKTE'S PHARMACY. A new hydroaeroplane of the Cur tiss type will probably be turned over to the local aeronautical station some time this week, according to an an r.onncerr'ent which was maJe lately by the Army and Navy Joitrnat Cover ing that tirnouncement, as well as re ferring to the local station generally, the Army cind Navy Journal, in its into issue, :o;'ained the following: "Withij U;? apt month a seco: i al litdtie r- c-1 1 uf- been broken a th-. Navy Aeron. ; Station " Pensacola, Fla. Lieutenant Saufley, flying alone, achieved an altitude of 12,135 feet, and on a previous flight with a pas senger made an altitude of 8,340 feet. These are world's records for hydro aeroplanes and 'were made in Curtiss machines of the school tlpe. During the week Lieutenant Bronson made a scouting trip over the gulf and simi 'ar flights will be given the other qual ified aviators in the order of the num bers of their navy air pilot certificates. Flying conditions during the week were fair. An aggregate of '3,000 miles of flying was accomplished in fifty hours of flight. A new school aeroplane of the Curtiss hydroplane "ype has been tested and will be turn ed over to the flying school next week. Tt will be designated as AH-16. Civil Engineer J. V. Rockwell, TJ. S. N., ipon his own application has joined the class of student aviators and has already made several instruction flight.' Nine Specials for Nine Days ffi p E C I A L S F O R D A Y S Bronze Kid Button Boots $6.00 values for . .$5.00 $5.00 values for . .$4.00 Bronze Hose and Polish f Boys' and Girls' Rain Coats Assorted colors with Hats and Caps to match $4.00 and $5.00 values for $2.75. . Pat vamp mat top 10-inch Lace Boots The newest out in black lace Boots, regu lar $7.50 Boot for $6.00 Black Kid and Mid night Blue Kid Gypsy, Button , and Lace Boots $5.00 values for ..$4.00 You should see these. 100 Parasols and . Umbrellas Regular $1;50 and $2.00 values for . .$1.10 Wichert & Gardner Lace and Button Boots turn welt soles cloth top and mat top, regular $6.00, now $5.00 African brown kid 10 inch Lace Boots A special boot just out, a regular $7.50 boot for $6.00. Hose to match. Pat vamp, grey cloth; top - , Lace Boots A $4.00 beauty for $3.25 Men's Silk Hose in holiday boxes, 2 pair, in box $1.00. Assorted colors. . Ladies' silk hose in all colors 50c and $1.00 5 P P c I A L S F O R D A Y S 2) Children's Shoes and Stockings 53 MEYER SHOE G JL V Jl. Palafox and Romana D