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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1915.
I The American 1 is a bank of Service ! They yho come to it will make no' mistake. Its hundreds of customers who stay with-it year in and year out and who have elped us to build the 'American of! Pensacola into' one of the great banks of the stat know why they dosso, and they need no urging onjour part to bring them to it when they wish courteous, considerate and de pendable service. ; YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME HERE. A mencan E. R. MA LONE, President . Just received by express, a shipment of Ladies' Suits, Coats and Fur Sets; all in tHe jlatest models. . Prices reasonable. . Terms easy. Galin's,, 26 S. Palafox. . TERSELY TOLD. $5.00 RE W ARDt",1?. BSi reward for evidence sufficient eenvlct ny person found stealing subscribers papers after dolNory of same by carrier. Geo. W. Ward, deputy collector of International revenue, is in the city on official, business. "-.V;..' .: ;-'V V.-; ' ' , 1U m . TTT Mil. . . vicuiwn vi w. uaienoecK, trau- filed an involuntary petition in bank ruptcy against the firm. The petition will take its usual course. . t P. C. Dabney, commercial , agent of the Ocean Steamship Company of Sa vannah with headquarters at Atlanta, was in the. city yesterday on a period ical vUi'f : Cot. F.-E Dey of Milton was in the city on business yesterday and met a large number of his Pensacola friends who extended to him a very cordial greeting. " , ; George R. Wright of Montgomery, Ala., commercial agent of the Central of Georgia Railway Company, was in the city yesterday in business in con nection with his company. , : -The Italian steamship Italia, which was bound for Pensacola, because of a collision with the American steamer City of Savannah, will be considerably delayed and a substitute may be sent here. " -V : "; t Receipts of naval stores at Central wharf yesterday ; were ..exceedingly light, being confined to a single vessel. Several steamers and ' a bam are looked for today or tomorrow, however.--' t- ." ' ' ' i A steamer, which is comtnir from Mobile to finish up cargo here, is ex pected here early enough this morn ing to go to work, r Four gangs of lumber handlers will ;o to work this morning if the vessel reaches here in time. The steamer will take a berth on the east side of Tarragona street ' wharf. " m . I Warrants were asked yesterday for thn of .' hnilrlino' In thai TBT of a ship chandlery store, on South .Palafox street,' the building inspector claiming tne structure ; was being erected without a permit having been obtained. . The warrant had not been served on any party named therein up to last night.- , a wmve man nsmcu rx. j. aiwii - was taken from a boarding house on West Romana street and placed in the county jail yesterday, where he will a Ji rr l be examined by a commission to pass T on liis '-. sanity. .Rawls was being treated by a physician, and his actions led to the belief that he was mentally IS All INSURANCE AGAINST SUDDEN EATH Sufferers from Backache, Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble. Before an. Insurance Company will take a risk on your life the examining physician will test the urine and re port ' whether, you are a good risk. When your kidneys get sluggish and clog, you suffer from backache, sick headacfie, dixiy spells, or the twinges and , pains of. lumbago, rheumatism and gout. ' The urine is often cloudy, full of sediment; channels often ' get sore and sleep is disturbed two ox three times a night. This is the time you should consult some physician of wide experience such as - Dr. Pierce, of the Invalids' Hotel and Sur gical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Send him 10 cents for sample package of his new discovery "An-uric" Write Mm . vmir svmntoma and send a sam ple of urine for test. Experience has taught Dr. Kerce mat -An-unc" is the most powerful agent in dissolv Audits. R,.T.i . Public Accountant, Auditor. v - ' 20 PACAFOX STREET ' TELEPHONE 84. PENSACOLA, FLA. Accountant Systems. Efficiency Engineer National Bank National Bank l O. W. LAMAR, Cashier f RELIEF SOCIETY j I'll BE HELPED III LOCAL WORK PROBATION OFFICER PINNEY WILL INVESTIGATE ALL AP PLICANTS FOR ASSISTANCE. Probation Officer Sam Pinney will aid the Woman's Relief Association in their work in Pensacola. The ladies yesterday asked Mr. Pinney to help them and he readily consented to give all the attention possible to this fea ture of charity work in Pensacola. s r, '. The relief association has many ap plications v for aid. and . of necessity these must be investigated before as-' sistanee is rendered.' Hereafter when these applications are received they will be turned over to Mr. Pinney and if the latter, after investigation, finds them worthy, then the ladies will give what aid Is possible. LIVEN UP YOUR TORPID LTVER To keep your liver active use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They insure good digestion, relieve constipation, and tone, up the whole 1 system keep your eye clear and your skin fresh and healthy . looking. , ., Only 25c, at your Druggist Adv. Why not win a box of Nunnally's candy, ladies? Just write) why you ': prefer Nunnallys, Limit fifty words. D'Alemberte's Pharmacy.;-; v : i'l , ,V. unbalanced.. He was removed by the police, the patrol wagon being used to convey him to the county jail build ing. The quartermaster steamer Alonro H. Cashing, bound from Galveston for Newport News or Norfolk, which put in here for a couple of days, yester-j day resumed her voyage up the At lantic coast. , ' License Inspector ) 'Carroll . yester day effected the arrest of Joe Spotts, the newsstand man. wno was on a float, advertising the respective mer its of a well-known candy. He was charged with doing business without a license, by carrying on such a cam paign of publicity. Joe will appear for a hearing this morning. A fine new flag 6x10 feet, the pur chase of which was lately authorized by the board of county commissioners, will be flown from the lately-erected flagpole on the county building, at the corner of Zarragossa and Jefferson streets, today, if the weather is fair. Hereafter it will be flown on all holi days especially. , ing uric acid, as hot water melts sugar, besides being absolutely harm less and is endowed with other prop erties, for it preserves the kidneys in a healthy condition by thoroughly cleansing them. Being so many times more active than lithia, it clears the heart valves of. any. sandy substances which may clog them and checks the degeneration of the blood-vessels, as well as -regulating blood pressure. "An-uric" is a regular insurance and life-saver for all big meat eaters and those who deposit lime-salts in their joints. Ask the druggist for "An uric put up by Dr. Pierce, in 50-cent packages.. Vr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for the liver and bowels have been favor ably known for "nearly 50 years Adv.' Examinations. RAINES TWO TOTS STRAYED FROM THEIR HOMES BaaaMBMBBB BOTH WERE FOUND, HOWEVER, 'AFTER THE POLICE HAD BEEN ASKED TO ASSIST IN THE SEARCH FOR THEM. Within the past couple of days, the police department has been asked to aid in the search for two lost children, tots having strayed temporarily from their homes and remaining unf ound for hours. As a natural sequence, the police were asked to keep a lookout for them', and several hours passed before either were recovered and safe ly returned to anxious parents. ' Little Vivian Kiedinger, residing at 720 West Government street, disap peared from her home yesterday and for hours search was made for the child. Frantic parents called up the police station and asked that the alarm be given." The little one was later , discovered at the home of a family at 225 North DeVilliers street, where she was being given" the most careful attention in the hope that she would tell what her name was and where she lived. -' v The day before a little child strayed from the home of Mrs. Gardener, its mother, at 1516 East LaRua street. and for about three hours was nct found. The little thing had taken up at the home of George Johnson, at ,1606 East Gadsden street, where it was cared for until its identity was 'discovered. ' . ' . .-. . Why not win a box of Nunnally's candy, ladies? Just write why you prefer N u n n a 1 ly's. Limit fifty words. D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. United States Department of Agri culture, Weather Bureau; Charles F. Marvin, Chief. DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. Pensacola, Fla Dec 15, 1915. Highest on record for December, 77 degrees. ; Lowest on record for December, 14 degrees. , ;. Day temperatures in December usually rise to 62 degrees. Nijrht temperatures in December usually fall. to 46 degrees.. Highest temperature yesterday, 68 degrees. - ' Lowest temperature yesterday, 51 degrees. Pensacola's 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. -:- Small. Craft nk sn. BW. MW. wlnda wind wind wlnda mmm Tamp. Stations. la I'. 1! Abilene, cloudy ...... 66 Atlanta, cloudy ...... 40 74 40 28 32 30 34 70 24 44 24 64 36 32 28 62 28 70 68 72 30 30 72 74 68 54 24 48 58 28 70 30 32 18 .02 .04 Buffalo, cloudy ...... 26 Baltimore, clear -28 Chicago, cloudy 30 Denver, snow 22 .02 Galveston, cloudy ... 68 18 341 24 ( 541 Green Bay, cloudy .. Hatteras, ptxldy. ... Huron, cloudy Jacksonville, clear .. Kansas City, rain . . . .01 36 .02 .48 .16 .38 Knoxville, rain 32 Louisville, rain ...... 28 Memphis, cloudy ..... 2 Minneapolis, cloudy . . !6 Mobile, pt.cldy. 64 Montgomery, cloudy. . 62 New Orleans, pt.cldy.. (8 New York, clear ..... 26 North' Platte, snow 58 Oklahoma, clear ..... 64 Palestine, pt-cldy. .... PENSACOLA, cloudy. 61 Phoenix, cloudy ...... 48 Pittsburg, cloudy .... 22 Portland, Ore., pt.cldy..44 San Francisco, clear.. 5j .01 .01 Sheridan, cloudy 24 Tampa, clear ........ 60 Toledo, clear ........ 24 Washington, clear ... 28 Williston, cloudy 14 18 JS2 Barometer readings, vind direc tion, wind velocity and wtather 7 p. m. along the gulf coast. ' i Brownsville, clear . . . 29.2 S. 12 Corpus Christi, clear. 29.S SE. 22 Galveston, cloudy ... 3.1 S. 18 New Orleans, ptxldy. 29.9 S. .. Mobile, ptxldy. ..... 29.91 S. 14 PENSACOLA, cldy.. . 30.01 S. 15 Tampa, clear 30.S E. .. PTE- BOAT LOADED WITH BOOZE GOES TO THE BOTTOM DF THE BAY CARGO, PURCHASED FROM PEN SACOLA WHOLESALERS, AND DESTINED FOR COAST POINTS, SINKS WITHOUT WARNING. "" Loaded with 225 cases of liquorf vaiuea at over $1000. the launch Ari ola, the ownership of which is in dis pute, sank at the city wharf some time during Tuesday night, and the entire lot of liquor was given a good wetting down. While none of the Christmas supply was lost, still it will be very considerably delayed in reaching its destination. It was sold outright by N. Goldring, according to the latter's statement yesterday, and its destination was thought to be Biloxi or other points along the gulf coast. The launch Aridla was sold only a few days previously. It had f ormonths been the property of the Parlor Mar ket Company, but that firm disposed of all its holdings in the craft, and yesterday it was stated that the sum of $1,500 had been paid for the boat, and she had been obtained to convey the liquors to dry points. It was the evident intention to have been on a cruise for some time.. Tor bedding, cooking utensils, food, water, etc, for a week's supply or more, were aboard. The Ariola was berthed at the City wharf, where the 225 cases were stealthily placed aboard after dark Tuesday. It had been intended to get an early start Wednesday and to be well on the way to the alleged sev eral points of destination by sun-up. The boat, however, having been on the ways for some weeks, had her seams opened in the dry weather, and loading the liquors in cases during the night, it was not noticed until she had started over on her side that she had taken a considerable amount of water. The discovery that water was flowing into the hull was made too late to save her, and she started to turn over while the owner and em ployes were endeavoring to unload the stock. . Yesterday, the whole day was spent in trying to raise the submerged craft. From the , City wharf berth, the, Ariola. was pulled out to deeper water, or to the berth formerly occu pied by the excursion steamer Bald win, where .the 'salvage" operations were continued throughout the day. A considerable quantity of the cased goods were recovered and loaded into a large boat owned by Capt. Edmund- son and used to convey gangs of workmen to and from vessels loading in the stream. This supply thus saved were last night stored in a saloon un derstood to be the property of N. Goldring, at the head of the City wharf. In trying to sav the Ariola, the steamer Allie R, the water boat Vik ing and a lighter were used. Chains were passed, around the hull of the sunken launch, and were then made fast to the lighter and the Viking. Both of these were pumped full of water and as they went deeper, the chains around the launch were drawn more and more taunt. It was pro posed to pump the two vessels dry and thus bring the launch to the sur face, where the opened seams may be caulked and the Ariola floated. SALVATION ARMY ASKS HOME FOR GIRL A girl eighteen years of age is at the Salvation Army headquarters, on East Zarraeossa street, near the pub- iic scruare, and a home or a good posi tion is desired for her. Anyone who desires the services of a deserv? and one who will appreciate. iay and all favors or' " consideration shown, may obtain all desired information by telephoning the Salvation Army, at 1241. A Quinine That Won't Make You Nervous FEBRILINE is a trade-mark name which designates the first, original and only reliable Tasteless Syrup of Quinine. An improved Quinine, pleas ant to take; does not nauseate nor cause nervousness.' t Children take it and never know it isQuinine. Espe cially adapted to adults who cannot take ordinary Quinine. Try it next time ,you aeed Quinine for any pur pose. Ask for 2-ounce original pack age. The name FEBRILINE is blown in.tVt bottle. 25 cents. Adv. PROVIDES DINNER TO CITY'S POOR The Salvation Army is now solicit ing funds for the purpose of provid ing dinners for a number of families in the city Christmas day, who, unless so furnished by this body of good peo ple, will not enjoy the glad day to its fullest measure. The Army solicits any and all contributions from the general public, either contributed to the "boiling pots" on the streets, or else send it to the Army's headquar ters. Any contribution, however small, will be thankfully received and acknowledged. . SHOP LIFTING IS CHARGED AGAINST WELL KNOWN NEGRO WILLIE JOHNSON, ALIAS TAP," ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN TRY ING TO SECRETE ARTICLES UNDER HIS COAT. While the store of Watson, Parker & Reese Company, was well-filled with holiday shoppers yesterday aft ernoon at 5:30 o'clock, a negro named Willie Johnson was alleged to have been detected trying to secrete arti cles from counters which he had not purchased under his sweater, or into his pockets, and Mr. Watson, of the firm named, Baw him at his tricks. Mr. Watson at once caught him, took from his clothing several articles said to have been stolen, and then asked that an officer be called. One of the city waterworks em ployes, who has police power, at tracted by the commotion, showed his authority and offered to take the ne gro to jaiL This was all done in time, and Johnson was charged in the city court with being a dangerous and sus picious character. A warrant charg ing larceny will today be . sworn out in the county courts against him, and it was asserted that, to discourage all this kind of business, if he Is found guilty, he will be given a sentence to make him and others who may be found working likewise, remember ,that it will mean severe punishment li offenses of this nature are proven against them. Practically all the popular stores, where crowds assemble nowadays on shopping tours, have special officers on duty there, and it is a risky un dertaking for anyone to try anything dishonest in any place of business.' While the negro who was arrested yesterday had no stolen articles on him when he reached the station, sev eral witnesses were on hand and saw Mr. Watson take a number of articles from him, and then call for an officer. The negro is well-known to the po lice, and was said to be in the "old timer" class last night at the station. TO CURE CHILDREN'S COLDS Keep child dry, clothe comfortable, avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It is pleasant, sooth ing, antiseptic, raises phlegm and re duces inflammation. The first dose gives relief, continued treatment with proper care will avoid serious illness or. a long cold. Don't delay treat ment. Dont let your child suffer. Get a bottle today. Insist on Dr. 'Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. 25c, at Druggists. Adv. A box of Nunnally's candy to the lady who writes the best letter why she prefers Nunnally's candy. Limit fifty words. D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. PAY FOR DAMAGING PR0PERTY0F ClTY THREE COLORED PEOPLE, WHO WERE CHARGED WITH VIO LATING CITY SECTION COVER ING OFFENSE, FINED. Frank Taylor, Clemming Bryant and Joseph Grehard, colored, who were arrested by Officer Fillingim for damaging city property, were all called on for a dollar each, in the city court, yesterday morning. It was represented to the court that they had slightly damaged one of the city's grass plots, or something to that ef fect, to which they entered a plea of guilty, claiming there was no inten tion on their part to do any harm. Upon that plea, and supported in their contention by the arresting offi cer, the minimum fine was imposed, and that was only the costs in each of the three cases. FOR RHEUMATISM As soon as an attack of Rheuma tism begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Don't waste time and suffer unneces sary agony. A few drops of Sloan's Liniment on the affected parts is all you need. The pain goes at once. A grateful sufferer writes: T was suffering for - three weeks with Chronic Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, although I tried many medicines, they failed, and I was under the care of a doctor. Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Liniment and after using it three or four days am up and well- I am em ployed at' the biggest "department store in S. F., where they employ from six to eight hundred hands, and they surely will hear all about Sloan's Liniment. H. B. Smith, San Fran cisco, Cal. Jan 1915. At all Drug gists. Adv. If a just what you want for her because it's just what she'd like rom you a Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak So daintily constructed that even the critical femi nine eye is more than satisfied so small and com pact that it fits hand bag or pocket so mechani cally and photographically right that good results follow as a matter of course. We have the Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak at $6.00, or with Anastigm at lens at $10.00, or, better ypt, with the Anastigmat lens, an imported Satin Finish Leather case, and all enclosed in a dainty silk lined container," at $12.00. Just the gift to please the ' feminine fancy. Kodaks from $6.00 up. Reynalds Music House Victrolas-a Corona Typewriters. Free Catalog. 21 South Palafox St. Pensacola. EDUCATORS MEET 0BDEC. 28 FLORIDA ASSOCIATION WILL CONVENE IN TALLAHASSEE FOR SESSION OF THREE DAYS. SPECIAL TO THE JOUKNAU Tallahassee, Dec 14. The Florida Educational Association will meet at Tallahassee on the evening of Decem ber 28th, at eight o'clock and will be in session until the afternoon or even ing of December 30th. An excellent program has fceen pre pared by. the Execptive Committee; speakers of distinction from points outside of Florida and strong men and cultured women of Florida will deliver lectures and addesses; the oc casion will be full of interest; the pro ceedings instructive and helpful; every teacher in Florida it urged to be present. The Seaboard Railway will operate a . special train leaving - Jacksonville at 10:30 a. m., December 28th, and will furnish excellet accommodations. As the only train entering Tallahassee from the east or the west, it will be the official route to and from the As sociation. Again not only the teachers but also men and women interested in ed ucation are earnestly exhorted to at tend this meeting of our Association. RAILROAD AND CITY PAY-DAY jAME TIME PAT CAR ARRIVED LAST EVEN ING, WHILE CITY DISTRIBUTED SALARIES FOR THE FIRST HALF OF DECEMBER. Hundreds of men were provided with ' salaries in time yesterday for the Christmas-tide, for the L. & N. pay car reached the city yesterday afternoon and gladdened the hearts of the faithful workmen, while the city distributed about $7000 to em ployes in all departments yesterday, the policemen, however, to receive their checks at some hour today. The railroad pay car arrived about a week ahead of time, usually coming about the 20th, but it was scheduled earlier for the December shopping business, and possibly $30,000 was turned loose in this city and territory during the afternoon. Mayor Greenhut stated yesterday that the city would grant the city employes another payday before Christmas, making it about Decem ber 23, so that men in all the depart ments could have a little ready cash to enjoy the holidays with, and pro vide themselves with the wanted "fbdnV for Christmas dinners: . Bear This In Mind. I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy by far the best medicine in the market for colds and croup," says Mrs. Albert Blosser, Lima, Ohio. Many others are of the same opinion, Obtainable everywhere Adv. LEGAL NOTICE, NOTICE OF ELECTION County of Eoa-robla. Stato of Florida. Pensacola.' Fla Decern br 8th. 1915. Wbreaa. elections are required to b held biennially in each special tax school district as near as practicable upon the anniversary of the original election, un der the direction of the County Board of Public Instruction, to determine who shall be trustees for' the next succeed ing two years and the number of mills of district school tax to be levied for each of said years; and : Whereas, It is necessary that such biennial election be held In special tax school district No. One (1) of Escambia County, Florida, which is bounded M follows: - . Beginning- at the northwest corner of section 81, ,. Township ,2 north., range II west; thence east to the northeast cor ner of section 32. said township and range; thence south to- northeast corner of sectton S. - township J. north, range 81 west; thence east to northeast corner of section 9. said township and range; thenoe south to northwest, corner of the southwest quarter of, the southwest quarter of section 10 of said township and range; thence east to 'the northeast corner of the southwest quarter of the southwest' quarter of section 10; thence south to the southeast corner of the southwest quarter; thence west to the southwest corner of - the south we t quarter of the southwest quarter of section 10 of the afore Bala township and range; thence south along east line of section 17, 22 and 30 to the southeast corner of section 80. township 1 north, range 31 west; thence west along south line of sections 30, 31 and 32. township 1 north, range 81 west; continue west along south line of section 25 to the southwest corner of section 25, township 1 north, range 32 west; thence north to Perdido River; thence north along the middle of said stream to a point where it intersects the west line of section 31, township 2 north, range 31 west; tnence north to the northwest . corner of section 81, township 2 north, range 81 west, the point of beginning. On Friday, the 14th day of January, 1916 . Now, therefore, the Board of publio Instruction 0t said County of Escambia does hereby -call and order an election to be held at the regular voting place of Precinct No. 21. within the boundaries of said special tax school district on Friday the 14th day of January, A. D., 1916, to determine who shall be the trustees for the next succeeding two years in and for said special tax school district and the number of mills of dis trict school tax to be levied in and for said district for each of said years, and does hereby appoint the following named inspectors and clerks for said election: Hardls Whitaker. W. B. Vaurhn .r,i O. E: Mullins, Inspectors: R. E. Mosiev. Clerk. ... " By order of the Board of Public In struction of Escambia County, , Florida. this 8th day of December. A. D. 1815. A. S. EDWARDS, Secretary and Superintendent. 825A16dec-oaw4w. i RL?C:.T BULGAR TROOPS ON FRENCH TERRITORY Paris, Dec 15. The Matin's Sa loniki correspondent says it is learned from a good authority that Bulgarian troops have entered Greek territory. Ladies, have you written that letter why you prefer Nunnally's candies? Then bring or mail it. Limit fifty words. D'Alemberte's Phar macy. Pensacola, St. Andrews and r Gulf Steamship Co. Steamer Tarpon FIRST CLASS PASSENOZR AND FREIGHT SERVICE - PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI. COLA; CARRABELLE, ST. AN DREWS, PANAMA CITY, MILLVILLK. And Alt Points On St. Andrews Ba-, Carrabelle and Apalachlcola ' BCHEDULEt Leaves Pensacola, Sunday 8:30 p. m. for Mobile, Ala. Leaves Mobile, Monday, s:00 p. m. , Leave Pensacola, Tuesday S:00 a, m. for 6t. Andrews, Mlltvllle, Apalachlcola. - WfJ W VVM I Carrabelle and Intermediate points. R. 4. R EAGER, General Freight and Passenger Agent Pensacola. Fla - Phone KX