Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 11 15, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01241
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
lccn - sn 87062268
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%Cliam sd 0"iih fCke ll r to They Are Responsible For IH
I iWAfrinss Stn N. O. & N.E. Wreck and G nl m Lse
SWitness Stand of Passengers.Genera Gom z ads

ft Ye. Prm. matters -cornia :the c .. KNEW THE LOCAL ISs Ticket toL V ictoryH
w T ., y rk, No. 14.-Joh- D. Rock- At the oce of the Standard Oil
st eipectei to go an the wit- Couanpsy it -was stated dtht the cow -
HIS ,. .O -a stamt wthen the heart In the pany will subpoena r. oBaceteUer WAS JUST AHEAD By Associated Press. passing the cafe of the Hotel Ingia-T DISTRICT
,. verme' eat's t to dissolve the and John D. Arebbold, .vieeresident Havana. Nov. 14.-Incomplete of-!terra, which is a traditional Conserv-
O maey its 'eamed of the Stadard Oil Compny, a wit- fiial returns from precincts in Ha- active resort. clashed with a group of
S ad tell e or that or e n the hearing reat rthern d ana indicate the city is overwhelm-I C ervarve. Knie and pto W
S.ig t k t Is sld that now proceeding. Is expected that ingly liheal. Few returns have bee were drawn and several shots were
511 ]m~wulW l r-. uikeoir *13wlB be a wiffa wit- Mr. Arehbold and Mr. Moffett will fol- Been Flagged by Bridge received from provinces, but estimate., fired, some of them breaking the win-
S, -F-,n' -U A at. hfr aunl date ehas low Mr. Rockefeller on the witness give the island to Gen. Gomnez by dows of the cae. Two men were re-". a I...-.*m d4iuh .at efari~ Ip -earmita itad. Tender, Who Says the En- 25,000 to 30.000. The coniervative- ported injured, but no arrests were n L
-" a' Aogenerally admit the defeat of their ma.e. General Gomez is fifty-three
gineer, When Informed, party. years of age and a native of Santa
PFAL ---15 11F HITINB OVER .Said "To Hell With Them, with rjoicing Liborals. Ons rt.e extraordinary popua Attempte
Let Them Get Out of the composed mostly of negroes. wliile j intluence. Of POSC
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TO F TUI.LEFT I New O reans. Nov. 14. -As a reMsult -
"iet "alfled 4y m .."of ti coroner's dinquest today in the
WS oAs SWt U -.2 wrek ht anesd-t LiUte Woods
/1 ^'^G^^iUIIUHl DIl LUItLIBO![fII Utild tllll -l
"th S 3a n-eer W iafi d Condit nduTD-.inun ctnj pj
a "a rn By the Million D or A. B.B Keysof te orthe 1rn 1 r ll1s ai
4 v n-hmt w--.N ay Oh0.I & N .0.. N Erad's local train from
It 1 1to&sB.e Cowut, iB A&F Befor Goods Merchant of Mem- laiesburg
SfaAtlas i n Chicago, phi Has Been Renewed Created Sensation. It Was Unveiled Yesterday Latter,0rdered a Reduction Pop
S. Th .s Wil Sl a B Heird. re Teer Hamn. awyIrosh- With the Boom of Cannon of arges Amonting to
*, S r Orlate r e i W 0 .fmiBy =Heim.. mandevooped the senstion of thc
t1 tn deh heVIMs. .. day. After saying h wa going to President-Elect Taft About 20 Per tS*S
!M e;m cmaina" extre tel. be truth if it "c4ts me my life.', ._-..
.r .--ni. oi c*t** ta**R. hans told about stop nag the Gra Made the Oration and thd Appeae~d From the Texas Attorney Jaais
.v up.- 0Msi Nort.e rn trainat North DrawaonHLake of l .a__L. gC-tro-s
Meaphis, Tenn., Nov.1.-The train atNoth D ow Departed for Washinto Court to court of Appeals.
LS e. 1 4 --.e repeal of struggle for a fortune left by Bernard eer laclturn asking why he atop- dutyA ld to yWB
m ia nt to *e con- Laweate mi s iare dry ped him and weB Hs explained aee oi
Sba o f of i h Sttes, which terhat of this city and later of t the Northeasters train asjut yAssociated Orleans Nov. 1.-I te Unit- a t
Sre e. wai uWed New York and urope. was renewed aged, sad advised t Iackba to wait New Yor, Nov. 14.-While canyon et States cfirut cort appeals this t- a coc e
ed r s~~~~~~ In all its bittermems yeterday- tea minutes, Bhtu epnl-ad: booed, awakening the patriotic emo o th mse of te P~il u terittai to ~
ege amee, iO Heirs ti Chicago. New York and Well what of thbth TOal .s4th ritas of those sailor and soldier beto. CMP a n m Nxas ralo e th
y D j reee arious- arts of europe, where Bar- jthat feow: let ir aet f e roes, who died in British prison l i p commnion was aa deled favor,
Si 5 t- Lowe lastdein resided "A histted ." Co.dt_ Revolutionary war, the Prison Of the Pullma oompn ce j tion o
Aft At- Lod w40ften1sten sided 4a irS tei ays t dee a t Ship Martyrsza ment at F t Gree"eivolved the ehr of t Tun c
ltf re a responsible K the stlt. Park. Brooklyn, wae dedicated with 10o emumie ci a t att. a toi

m lt o girtmeat, the imit is tlon ftr a busines that hasu been de- Hughes and thousands ef pIeoplewho w ie l tta :OeCa.
-hich we amnot go. W elope ateo -eat the smot prosper- thronged the knoll on which the tall Claot court fr the Sothein dis At crAAM
Vir JswithSin a vya *-Tae from the aegrb 00 right of 06- 0o seethorn states. doric column stands. Taf* made the ofTexas, wer it was deeded i Lawyer, OMet e
sthor hgve o" ad bet little Ifeet fraudhise and yen remoVe t"- chde" He Was erected a Knight by King oration on the occasion, and after the ifar. Iwas brought on appeal Wheri jeggest
upon the Chite, wio. ame puulugl a emuse of triction between the rcs." (Ocar of Sweien a- few year' before ceremones left for Washington, where to the Ulted Siatt i rcm u rt of wer ta
Rt So tevi tenuorf of way without He referred to the vist F President- his death. w. l meet President Roosevelt to i peals sitting in New Orl further disorder
uoate r ar pip ,r' eleto Taft thua thoe SoiMth and re- T.e coinplalnents alega that Be- I borrow. ton have been
was a pitable S e to called his words ding Southern nard Lowenstein died n 1906 and NOTU LU W ILL CONCLUDE
andante. Hi feea had condition. prouhitig ftieaas ad "Jun that be left an estate of More than
m e iered. him a mere intend be twice all but e: $1,000.000. They charge that the In --
d suffered long from i health. "'YO cY net expect a share in strument nied in court hea n 1907 UNITED DAUGHTERS OF CONFED- SaaBeso.
S bhih was oebtsfd it far and shap*& the policies of Wate so lon was not his last testament but tat iU i se the earth
despair. H latterly abowed signs of as it (the South) Is aw ed agatas the executor dictated Its contents so ERACY HAD EXCITING DISCUS- p of e Fr
Smw tal disturbances, and even went the government that they would become hteirs to 1.* d arobs b ny r
so fr last August as to4decsare him- These were the words of a patriotic 0000,000 which they declare is more SION OVER THE PROPOSITION l uL ts in the,
self mad. and since man," the speaker said. than they are legally entitled to. YESTERDAY F R M GUNNS l
-."aad they naturally sause as to pau.%e ..*.. / Il imi ,1 *w tion F Rat fomDE
PERSIAN ILWMAKERS. and consider the situation of political BRAZIL CELEBRATES. __ -row of Abora
iosolutio which the outh piles to- __p
Teher Nwv. 14.-The new -reor- day. It is a condition we st meet Rio de Janeiro, Nov. 14.-Celebra- By Assoclated Press. COURT HELD SESSION YESTER- Shmldts r le
awsed"artment of Peral a was and reedy." tion of Brazilian indepeideace day. Atlanta, Ga.. Nov. 14.-After an ex- NEGROES WHO MURDERED A city bees mre
coavoked today at the call of the shah. the fifteenth of November, *was com- citing discussion, a proposition to ex- PROMINENT MISSISSIPPI PLANT-Y AND WILL ENDEAVOR TO than y he tt
Only legisaators amenable to the influ- MANY INJURED BY menced today and will continue elude from future membership in the FINISH THE FAMOUS MURDER late yesterday af
enee of the monarch have seats in EXPLOSI14 OF BOILER through tomorrow and Monday. Fies- United Daughters of the Confederacy i ER AND THREW BODY INTO Heney, distant
the auust body and the nopulace gen- tas are In progress throughout the the northern women who are now ad- TRIAL BEFORE THANKSGIVING. sey's office. who
*rally looks upon the parliament as a Crawfordsville. Ind.. Nov. 14.1-Fve city and the Avenida. the mo emitted by virtue of marriage to de- RIVER ARE JAILED-TALK OF y wounded in t
efally parliament as a ..: 5eo. %T thcele bra toionat d byillrtuewoasmarriadoetonde -i OF r the tdin aa al
taco. The shah has gives the new men were severely injured, three p- boulevard of the capital. is brAiliautly scendants of Confederate veteran:? LNCHINGre d Novl4ted rete sas, sn ez
body his anqnualifet pr-aim and de. slbly fatally, today by an explosion decorated. The celebration will be was voted down today in the annual _YNHG. _re_ o Ind. Nov.1eor thee__
clares that all are "goodly end pious in the engine room of the American general throughout the repub'i. convention of the Daughtes here. B A atedPress. of tking d tae of every
n."Milling company's stock food factory Senobia .Mis.s.. Nov. 14.--Sheriff oppotuniy, so as to nih the ta
at ULaden. The explosion set fire ELECT NEW OFFICERS. RESULTED IN MISTRIAL. G. W. Cocke arrived here late last of Ray laphere for the murder of
to the buildings, which were burned. i x roe hor- Mrs. Belle E. Gunness before Thanks- ***** 44
4 4 *4* 4 *4 4* 4 Loss l e00. Boston, Nov. 14.-New officers of The trial of J. 0. Rowland, white, night wt sx negroes, hon he ar- giving, and also to save the jurymen
the Massachusetts Horticultural So- charged with thr larceny or a horse rested n he e pc fr spending two idle days n NEGR UR
PROtMIET LAWYERS ARE ANNUAL IOWA SHOOT. city will be elected at the annual and bu-ggy and aho a number of ar- miles front hore, in this othn.r cession, a s e sion of the Laore cir- LYN
CITED FOR CONTEMPT l I A meeting today. General S. fM. Weld ticle-. iTom the stole of Wmin. Van Pell. ed with complicity in the killed Tue~r- uit c ourt was held today. Prosecto -
OCouncil Blus -.. *Nov. 14.--A big has been nominated for president of on the Gou!dini road. resulted in a Io" eazey, who was killed e- Smith was w'!l satisfied with the porg- r n e tay
i Aaislated a i Ka theri of the state's sportsmen the organization, which Is one of the mistrial in th. criminal court eter dy egro named Steve eazey ressi a yesri Rehoad, Va., No. 14.-- arked the opening today of te sa t important of its kind in Uthe coun- day. The juiv nlde is r"elturn lo i and his body thrown into Ar~abutla Dr. J. L. Gray. who yesterday test- Nick Veay, t
Judlge Pritcalrd today cited 4 nual shoot of Iowa Trapdhooters' As- try. the cOtwrt at 3 ,clock ,'estery ::- Creek. Dfled that in his opinion the cause of Ta having
Archibald W. Ray and Duncan sociatlon. The tournament will last n__ - i5o. *t(" ; M... Cocked has Sieve Yeazey in jdil dearh of the ad. fmasle body found kilng of Bosr
S C. Ray, two prominent attor 4 three days and promises to be the SON OF PRETENDER ENLISTED. ______ i 're and the negro denies uis guilt, in the ruin bwas aA.pi.dvxiairon, resumed li of Arabuta
Sneya of South Carolina, to ap- 4 moat notable in the history of the STEEL WAS SUPPORTED. i There is no excitement or r the crime tnes tand toafor the co the oicers.
pear before him at Greenville sport in Iow. Madrid. Nov. 14.-A report is in o. t ;.ence of thresnoe negroes iu jail t e ti oTeis crotMxd today t for the o ro
and show care why they cireulatio here that Don Jamie of l.ondon. Nov. 14.-Americans were and the sheriff does not anticipate any Idelo hi_ ros-xminaton today, tando 'ai
S should not be punished for con- STUDENTS HOLD UHOOT. Bourbon, son of the Carlist pretender, the flrmest section of the stock mar- trouble. At Arktabula, however. FRUIT CROP THREATENED. 4 about one
tempt of court. The osee 4 iM N-- l about to be nominated as an honor- ket o.layv. The houyancy of Wall there is a good deal of excittement. ---- 'who participa
ews out of the action of co Montreal Nov. 14.-T of eiht ary captain general in t"e Spanish street was reflected here and profes- Lyfnch taik was rife there last night. Madrid. Nov. 14.-The fruit crop in ling were frie
S mtasior lat connection with r flemn from all the unlversties of armyy and that this indicates the sional support for steel. the Harri- so much so that fears are entertained the Canarv islands is threatened wita 4 dered man, w
the diapeasMary case or that the Dominion are engaged today in abandonment of the Carlist family's man issues and St. Paul carried the for the four negroes now under arrest,. destruction by lncnsts. The lhabit- (Col'dwater to
state. the annual Inter-University shooting claims to the ~hrone and the dynasty list over lariw-. This improvemn- ants of toe islands are working nlght 4 neral.
match of the Dominion Rile Assoei- of Alfonso. Confirmation of the re-. was maintained and the market fin- COUNCIL OF WOMEN. and day to rid themselves of the in- a
*********** 4 *a port cannot be obtained. isbed steady. City, Ind., Nov. 14.-Many sects. 4444 44
~. women interested in the advancement - ,
Seaman Crushed Head of YALE DFfe.eA'ATED )? si< e roniiei UIndertaker Accidently S
Ship Officer And Suicided PRINCETON 11 TO io i ow e Himself While Lyin

By Aisscated Pr*s. man and the second mate interfered. some cf nhich are divorce reform. oLst Press. fastened to a ho
New York, Nov. 14.-After crushing While the mate's back was turned, ,'tiual pay for equal work, education in hicaCharles Bur er
in the head of his superior officer Layson grabbed an axe and split his. By Associated Press. this anxiety was dispelled. ci iih. dows Mttc science, social Chie ro. Nov. 14 .l-Chries Bur- er.could liThe arran bede
with an axe, James M head in twain. The captain got a ot- Princeton, N. J. .Nov. 14.-Princeton About Other Games. ,,e and international arbitration, so- meister, undertaker and poUtician a- couldter bed
wi of the e salingshL gun but before he was able to fire, today closed an inflorious football Tulae 33, Mississippi A. &-0. 0. Ct pil!y and care for defective and cidentaly shot and kild !msef last Ae bdading
wain of the ive-pool trein Layson, still brandi~~hing the axe and season by defeat at the hands of Yale University of Tennessee 6. Clemson defoed children ght at is home. he accidentally
Colcny. refused to submit to arrest, shouting like a madman, leaped into by a score of 11 to 6. Outplayed in 5. lemDon RIVALS TO MEET He had retired and wa awakened from the hook.
and still waving the bloody weapon, the sea. A lifteboat-was got ready, the first half and with the core 6ti George Was-hington 6. Virginia Poly-D VAS T an hour later by a telephone call. the oor, there
Lcommied suicide by jumping into but before it got to him, Layson hcld to 0 against them, the Yale eleven technic 0. San Francisco, Nov. 14.-Leland The receiver swung in a little stand report, and Ir.
S the e. wh f ace downward in the sea and ,as came back determined for the second Georgetown 0, University of Vir-f Stanford anversitv and the Univer- at the side of the bed. and above it back dead.
LAyson quarreled with an able ea- drowned. half and simply carried the Pril e- ginla 6. sity of California. od rivals for ath-
jk tonians off their feet. Harvard 6. Dartmouth 0. letic supremacy on the Pacific coast.
Working like a piece of wll-oled Michigan 0. Pennsylvania 29. will meet this afternoon in the annual gfdI c daiE I
Srr Still the Ch mn machinery in the opening half. tue Chicago 6. Cornell 6. struggle for gridiron honors. While r R f USCS !F
rS d s orange and black returned for the sec- Navy 5. Pensylvana State 0. 1all the available "dope" points to a
ond session toTshow only spasmodic Carlisle 6. Western Univertty of victory for Stanford. some football i- ISi
Checker Player fA eric fa shesof the brilliancydisplayed ear- Penna. 0. perts dedtre hat the Oanhzdiuaas areJCtt
C"h ck r Pl aer of A s eEI Uer in the day. There was laeklt)g Georgetown 0, Virgnhi 6. lafflicted with ovr- and
S, that apontaniety of action and nit. Ohio State 17s. Vanlderbilt 6. lf1av 6d tMr iatla .with
S of purpose which bad charsetwixel Tufts 0. Syracuse t. h q and Gold Wv Asciatf t a the
8A UaV.<** Prso thie Bosta expert. i sevor yeW? the play of a fow moments faore. Hol Cross 1. Worete Tech. 0. tevlwau y BisarA thleh JacasU., Mis., Nov. 14. the -m(e ?T e ecmt ofa
Kaas COty., Nov. 14.-4aibes I admitted hiawseltf oBelesaly 2aten Witb Yale it was a diBerta sory. n- Willias 24, Wesleyan 4. idrabit g. 1e 1evrsMls of i Seral court hare today e e ary Guttport mn a c
*ancia Barker. a Bostea. 1 yet" la the series of a tbr Qe title. taring the contest for the frst tt3e AmAbast 55. Mddleberg 5. whave be giant in taand C. Niles refud to raat 1J-t the export cotton
campio ceker player of 1 He reeled the natch and the 32.000 sace the sweeping 9witehing of men SO eaDee 6. Georgia Tech. 0. taise fetalha aiterv. notably In 1 MS. to six of tae tladian r0Iedms at the and New Ori ans
l Ast nlght J. A.. Drotllarid at Kinma purse. The final score was ten games after the Brown game last Saturday. Georxia 6. Alabama & 1899 and 1l1. A large crowd of "an state restraining the MltsbeiplI rail- appeal tothe U
lity, the only serious contender 4W to two in the champion's favor, with there war some anxiety in the Yale Army 6, Washington and J 'ffer-on! Francsac enthahmests wi witness the road commission frem enfoBfag its court. Ariameats
ti impisionsl p uit e Mi t has m t U drawn. - ca- m, but as the contest .ed ia. .-. .. orler lowerig the cotton rates r ed a period t tw<

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earthquake Over
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W, uele aary stepo-
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knocked the revolve
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BpEi6 V..Si aTwo-ET. Tw a-. Monday and Al the Week Great Values Offered
.od and Wool Cha, worth p to to goat Pensacolas Buying Public.

Special nic Of
MaoSilk at* a
and W C Si 3 CF

wide, black only,

52 inches

Black Taffeta
inches wide, at
99c and $1.1





SLinch Duis Cloth, 19c.
40inch Melrosm Crepe, cW.
40-inch Mohair Cloth, 50c.
46-inch Henrietta Cloth,
,lk and Wool1UAL -
ST-inch Preach Flannel-

See big window display.


Pants at 9
95 and 50c
fit, at 50c.

Wool Vest and
Vest and Pants at

Suits, Wool, at

Union Suit, trim-

Silk, 36 Arnold's Piece Dyed Nov-
elties, side bands, new pat-
L9 terns, at 20c.

Ladies' HandAerchiefs, all
pure linen, hemstitched, 10 to
Fancy Hm]ndlerchiefs, 50c
to $2.50.
Children's Handkerchiefs,
3 to a box, beet grade of
H-ndkerchief Cambric, iat
25c box.

Pongee Silks, with s
spot at 60c.
27-inch rqisne Silks,
Salome Silks at $1.25.
Mevlipw Silks at 85c
Peau de Cyne Silks,
neat designs, at $1.00.


*1/ __ ___

Beautiful Net Wnits vvw selling at greatly re-
duced p s.

Zephyr Plaids, Mohair Novelties, Check Sxitng,
Mohair and Cashmer, worth upto 0 cent, to go at

Cream White Broadcloth,
full 52 inches wide, at





Pants, 50c
Union S
trouble, n
50c and 75

Wool Vest and

Vest and Pants,

uits, 25 and 50c.
Infants' Shirts, no
o button., at 25c,


W ikdow Shades
3xS, fringed, with
fixtures, at 50c.
All colors.



59-inch Thelma Cloth at
41-inch Wool Henrietta,
52-inch Storm Serge, $1.25.
52-inch Mohair Cloth, 69c.
36-inch Novelty Stripe at
See big window display.

SILK ILNiSH POPLIN 4-4 Cainbric Percales, Side CORRECT KIMONA NICE LINE FLANNEL- 11-4 Near Wool Blankets 27-inch Messa Satins
Every Tmasd mmercerded, Band, comes in both dark and CLOTH. ETTE GOWNS. at $1.79. blue and lght pink at
comes n all cololigt tterns-while they Java Crepe, allcolors, at 15c Warm and rfo b Maish Ltech Duche Sati a
35 a t. S erpentine Crepe, new de-. an or fancy, 59c. to $1.39. Comforts at $2.5. With red, colors, at $1.5-uitable to
Will sh. last- c. signs, at 0c. Roud and square yokes. pink, and blue border, $5.00. line with.
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Pio fetstorW, 'w eunre4y r 1and Mrs.0 C. I. Whiting, Julia A. Byer, J.
regl I t that you withdraw your reai- de Roulhac Moreno, Mrs. J. F. Taylor,
R IIUDEST I r Eltendd to the ve srMrs..E S. ,Vkea Iw L M jBrs.Um i ne .,. ( h
The I avlctlo. that under yo r o F. BueS. MISQ 0 2IL Setse, XM IL I

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.UESTED TO lDER S mIth ox weve dyme ed c atyBed MerbBll Reev -ding am u

ACT*ON ici f.- S, H. Potr M Wie."R...." today gr y St t
bra__so. ..__., ,,. . Man,. WwrOy Ne 11 F I E .TAL of

<.wi . ..... tol^.., IEa?.- _4ar.or a..__,...: ". 1hen-rg*..amu _H a. o-- P"Mci i^y no st
R. Pwl H.,actat nia Cngawey, Mrth eArthur A. Brown, Cigars m Ae L $I.A
1Me 1O.sof Christ Chc e "a.. e special ChYuistoas packing i y I argfttofr

thMtae ort ary o ma. s. H. es White. A. t We, n B.S.Ha a .akMs A. S. e AStOlS Fovr Wrh
art P r.etto U tw a o W ,, tot t. t to wi B M t ., w l .eH o.JackStillaan,, Mrs. Hal aForbesy Mrs. U
worski Mwachmyet. Ms M uI. Ay BetJoso. T I
o ave ben. epel that Itour rs. S. B. Lyman, Mamers. HWant Miss. l w

kyto Rain rduty to the t toprevin BawEWilliams, Nellie W ood., A E rs. SteY n=$&ad, ROM fe
te recoslder the stop p a mle Mr ~ Hor .. W aA SK AOR/AYtOatLU

reha ve. KoohPact rine Brown MissAside Bell. Ma nNbalmy tr u on reno o dat r
We Arn. AYtT. Te u .ttc uch- cHonr, MJ.lla nM ck Mrs. T.. o MLe no, CGXuTrtheast of11111thaix ea1 n ;hm e
THEYmSAY TM, 01 n011104.. ...1 Das% Hcet Sielen Mr. MouReobi nson.eekaccoCdlninso th.e reord...a
t a"e 9 et, n ,e Bee Ptt- son, .... o.. -a orcatf asrssnd

r.uu Cr. R. Ro-a n, Mrs. J. B reWro t Eaelyn the city ocu nt ud e:
WILL MT PROSPR AND tug of the chrch In Pensacola J0 (. Wi.dRu M. B. ohnsonMsmd bi will be asked fo the con- wTir Isthe
Tef taoryuo. rlo ey its p A a .N Frank Johnson, Mrs. n.W_ Hagerman. sutrlon ofU V SI mg. It win .be .

THVEUNR" b-BA 16M VM a- r mh-2 ka trustrth y B will M-rMon Pr.Se Spewas.recenti issed bJtwdEe FO NT Thite foRlphg LM thet renrd ofla m
gsieo- rhO t ar. deep- onsid Teri Wmhit. Mers. Le. Mat.e, Mrs. ier s HClaa modern cIsn aouemnt. e I sleepingr An Ce DTinte
AND FR ----" thSt It j k ,no n" wuM_ gi ve or uest-deepronsiera Robn, oA 2 c. I. II I theAdele Oy Jlnert -t .!
QUIESTED TO R1JCOIDER HIS withWye o Ing, Julia bitng Mrs. S r. A. HMorenol s t rutVi sMbe2 al od.feetrThe WeJge n erabaenadet

-.If. ever, ym should deem that rs. .H. Gonzalez, Mrs. L. 3. aReeves, story building occupying the te
STaN s w It n Irrevoe that Xs. John W. Bell Edith Oliver. Ban will be removed by the agentor the to-d W y. I t

ATI'ON .*la ew us a -A.i n- HEt o rStilayan, Mrs. Bleker Forbos Mr. trators on account of the i no ,
Spraest ea us-wte desie t doSetzea Mrs. Win. et. Johnison li u. Mrs.OU ,r on H lrr

carT Ia bedy* rele, oMt aZ---iapchn is re ean irrepar- W est ll ar h Crsla Gau Cisg Me will b, wi- d B
risi theetat as. Mrs. Herbert Tate, Mrs. Georgiaitll Moe CalCTuO Wo sea E sc TO- i et..

t .at tao a te e st |.,: S. C. Abr E hromble, El zabeth J. ron- io, Mrs C. ."U.a. ..spec inal etC the rsts Y Ts iA ff cr gO r C
lM srtronsgly that itt osnot. the so, Mrs. A. Cak I, Adar Hager- Robinson. Mrs. F. B. Radcliffe. n A dele by Imperial Cigar Stores.O

/ Tow s hr of twenwtw- w gry S. ores and l ook o. er Aen athse vetinwg EEcP LALELRTHE WL R mie was L L1 L
wb or the aMt eMajorityo w the con- =a. Mrs. H. S. Wlte, A.a loWits anellder. Chaffee, John Qea e Wood, Marjorie.
ao r t. Yone, uca I. Spencer, T. Holte ,oAs c
nr yewofnncrtist hwthtah uh yu M. 4M A, OMr.WO. o. B bmel.t of re. Albert T o. WsGolaye tBleekerO Fa [t! ol AlForlH

sin *ea wh the church 3.* ta Toe Clea Ct C sH .^y e & oTScarrltt Moreno, ClaraD Urr MorenToA BAD N-- JY i
IH. A..Bkonahai. F. M.Whiting. fMiss TO ABA
Ann& Runyan. Mrs. ThMn. pE. Black-onrf

A ,, I .yoRllA heshear. Mrs. H. Bar, Henry Bears. fTRiuN r d

ie aI a Jr.,rM a rs A. K. McDad. S. Reese.t a ae It-OLIN The MeinCl s bR je
.... ......._ ..........._ t.e__ W n. . W da. Potter. Hardleiue Brux, CarmieL o tWA L L .INC M

bty. waulyr aad gual a.adan wA. and ie SanUa iyan, toe Conerall at Wthe. ]tmpel- b tut .r .uo.he F erst a Ht .as e sai ond *ndHe ""e wBairn- --GUC "Il-VU ,eSt Ind
n .amps me be sa-t ell eMos. W. Brent, Emmett Wilson, wbLDIawiNGyhWAJ wta..l
lu ra . JhI( .. rrW. Creary, Evelyn Thornton. e I
lay H. A. Forbes. i Mrs. ScarrItt Mo CONTRACTORS WHO WERE STOP
M7y at B.eEars. Sallie Dunwody, Anniea PUw BY ENJUNCTION FROMta

-te t eBseooJ. Max awe,-ll. Mrs. ad O good e a Gfi ithererD o mr-
g o * tAn--am t pifOW Mrs P. K. YOge, M arion PB. Spencer THE FOUND theION. sd S E he R e
U Oy o illa McKinleyD Wm J. t Johnson, Gain ., rages, birt h se t d OT Ad O I TE
M a t a- Carrie Moreno. Min nie Le e MPatterson, Work on the ael i around the city COIUNG the offices f tye iy ... n
SH. Boars. T. D. BElars, Won.o "EL Jail will be abandoned by the pon T- HENAUTILU

Yewblood IndL M"ot--wethIt wAFAMILYtin te FN Sn J. CoeeEl rr s a nWm W Bi. t tefn ac.os ut nt of the injunction, o rts Ir md Ud o TE BRiE "
have s b .. le.dt u, As cc6ars. roeBu r John ryta ool- "iwhichwas recently Ied by Judge .ite-
esr- -. eczma -.-.--- est-meretleesOwe fr Wm. F. Le. Julia Lee, Mrs. 1. H Wtlfe of the circ it court. .fhe work SHE WAS MOVED A SHORT 01-rEtne s.

t-,S-rtu.rintmLa S HsamJ to I. Afe. T lizabeth M reno. Mr. G. & os constructing a "dewalk around Mary A. I M a
kr s t 90 19 arI tYUe*1eUCel W Us Laded are ordialy On WHallark. Mary A. Mpellaa, Mrs the Jail will be completed. TANCE YESTERDAY, ONLY ToDixie Bas ewi R an
Weak.-S-MU" be6Or K" troubled with Ioetlemen:-I am a ton W. H. Huta.tnon, Mrs. W. W. Wat 7%e contractor will ask tha ts tte Zula WH E ot e ilbr N. e-
losaognerlebly son. Mrs. Cadaver Jones, Mr. be paid for the work on the foiudat Nf WHEn Sraton RP H on tandoL B-
sou manet 10oIt.tyouge aneal.deblty,,an"Thigo ho ppyw on eit y iw wBryan Dunwoody, Miss Priebett, Mrs. for t e the works w henartPWA T -HWORK T White and MllA Hlbroik.

i1 eal tamaket ofte rightaaa e e to t tum f smedi- v Junction proceeding ., are through with. CONTINUE.rDeh n Ha, nd ar Hll J
a-ft .and quantity, by toki iep which I keep In the house wil ...e jj.Ti action wyas decided upon by wa _ne ovviereydandieIIrlTllr Jon
Namess r measrIs..or t.In & w e-,"ay at statedtInter- the contractors on account of the in- I IHendUrsIn
"nothing pedlar or ieaori val. withioti, awaiting the Op much. mph pleasure as a box of Ci definite settlement of t.e injunction Efforts were made yesterday to fld-ad
nav InoictmtIl illness. gra s $.00, at th Cra o ceedinrd eTthe smack Nautilus. which was dam- Biths.
Thinegreat m...e.e-balms "ma t'-e r aged fifty-T$1y.0, at tshen T l. proeTeHnaad. by fire a short distance from te White-T B..

e a.e than. any other two believess In Hood'sand y.TH S .P.ILSR CETNG U.fesayin TOo
iner ... weekbneepMmostexcelentehealth:ssPEeIyL SERIE TNgHe o av.. Th.. d. .....
""- blu ea & aid an ban-just-passoed sely-throughLhe LaOnre codal o a ua special.. ..e toIand which wasUbeaTbedNafter the fire
-'"critl"-i period In a womans- lThe, Ladie-c riall was extinguished by the cr-yw of the
blmomdesmsand agements and all with the hip etyour Sarsaparilla. ifivited to call at the .L. e condt bat the First Baptist liFe- saving station. anu Hr n-UV1e woiT
low or run-de a f en s e the _s whack Ia -- eaI efor her. church trniuht, th' hr will toe no ser- proved unsuccessful. She was moved

-yyt her t onngts ervic.Ten __io&_Va i stancefromitherearhe -
Swe ell ,oehMd" fr emedies.. are, almost thi. .. _....s-ion, which will be. water was reached. RE ULA
Olvn Weoftr.i rv =easoa'e.he preliinary n g of Hiram the life saving station. The other

.....t : .ummer. Au-.Poe Is tl- ,.,_ -othem.they ny

istmas Ciga1


Fancy Box-Goods

oo and up


booklet en-
a Woman


T. *


PhoMe 453.

About Cigars"
little book will
hose who do not
at to buy for a
ad or husband.
itman's Catdies.

I Pharmacy


girt; to J. W. Hyer and wife, a oy;
to Philip Sancbez and wife, a grl; to
J. R. Wise and wife, a giri; to F. R.
Smith and wife. a boy; to Alexnder
McKlnley and wife, a girl; to, A. 0
Olaminsa ad wife, a ghi.
Colored-To Thomas Fraser a"
wile, a girl, to Hubert S. Heath and
wife, a boy; to ChbrMe Johason a"
wite a boy; to Robt PoUm'4 aa
we, a boy
White--infat of R. P. Wel. sps9
mature birth, William XL And&im,
74 years and 11 monUhs, orgaale heart
Colored-Infant Chas. May. stil-
born; IAllie Gertrude Blount, 23 day,

quest than ever before, to audge fra
the number of cases beiag investtgat.
ed by the United State grand ury.
It Is stated that the jury ass ao far
confined its entire attentoas to the
Investigations of such Volaiokma, sai
several true bills were returned Fri-
No true bills were retrane yster-
day by the Jury, wleh was in kaio
nearly all day.
United States Atterey Wlason t*,
ed yesterday that the ury will probe.
ably be la salIn maudtl nat We4
nesday, as taMo aW yet alt Im
ber of cases to t nestigat, seth fe
day Wnrn ln after beint A .
eled te trlsi of te cases will erS
3h|-s.gW now

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ow Sellin g

.at the


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Exquisite Dress Hats $4.98 and $9.98.
For Monday we announce a Dress Hat Sale of ,imi"sal mpoh taice-Beau-
tiful copies of the highest priced French mNdris are included, principally block-,
ed Satin an4 hand made ilk peon Velvet Hats, garnished with the most exquis-
ite materials obtainable; these Hats are unquestionably as good values as we
have eer offered and should command the attention of discrinmaiiting shop-
pers Monday; they have been selling at $8.50 and $15.00.
Monday's Price for $8.50 Hats ....................... ....... $4.98
Monday's Price for $15.00 Hats ....................... $9.98
Beautifl Dress Hats $3.98 and $2.98.
SAn assotIiAent positively without a peer at the prices quoted Fashion's
. 4 t ouches are to be seen m each and every one of these Hats, $4, $5, and
IPmpiday ce ... ............................. .$3.98 and $2.98

?F*s Millinery Department, Ready-to-Wear Store

X~c~aYthL[ OD.

agrees san the tftaim 36 degrees.
The average .--w-m"m for this date
Is 70 degrees and the average min-
imum 53 degrees.

Eleven cases were docketed for
John D. Leigh, of Brewton, Ala.,trial in the recorder's court yesterday.
was among the business visitors in ElEat defendants were found guilty,
the city yesterday who registered at one was discharged, and one case was
the Merchants. transferred to the county authorities.
* Cook. charged with being a va-
t Two additional precincts were grant and also with disorderly con-
beard from yesterday on the bond duct. forfeited his bond by failing to
election. No. 2 at Kupfrian's park, appear for trial. Pines to the amount
gave 1 for and 24 against bonding, of $34 were as.esed.
and No. 10 at Relly's old field gave * *
2 for and 28 against. Thi makes a Burning coffee, whki was being
total of 208 for, and 1,002 against reogted at the store of the Gulf Cof-
bonding. fee Company, caused an alarm to be
S C o o a sent in from box 12. at 10 a. m. yes-
N. C. Doling. of Chicago, arrived terday. About two barrels of coffee
yesterday and will spend the winter were burned. The fire department re-
here. 0 *a sponded, but no water was thrown.
Mary Lindsey was fined $2 and B C' Abernahy ad ter for
costs by Recorder Johnson yesterday B. C. Abernathy.. grand moter for
for a violation of the stock ordi. the state o orda of the Rebeka
r ace. Sisters. I. 0. O. F.. is in the city and
.ance. will address the Naomi lodge Monday
On account of the cold weather the night
baseball game scheduled for this af-MAKE ,OOD ICE CREAM
ternoon between Fort Barrancas and TO MAKE GOOD ICE CREAM.
Pensacola will not be played. If th.e Depends more on good extracts
weather permits it will be played next than on any one thing. Use Blue Rib-
Sunday. bon i! you want raise for your vanil-
sla or lemon clee cream.
The v marxam temperature at .Pen-
sacola yesterday was 54 degrees at Must- Not Linger.
S p. m., while tae minimum was 42 The man who would climb the lad-
degrees at 2 a' m'. Last year on the der of fame mustn't linger too long on
same date the maximum was 52 de- each round of applause.-Puck.

"Please Take
This Out"

This was the import of a phone message receive
Mr. E.. E. Johnson, of the R. F. D. No. 1, City
ad. in Thusday and I just got too many orders
them. TAKE IT OUT.

That's the way those little Want Ads. work-]
page closely.


Dy Aseeclats Usma
Birminln Ala.. Nov. 14.-Au-
thoritative figures ust given out snow
Alabama's pig iron production for Oc-
tober to have been 140,038 tons, the
largest output from furnaces in this
state in twelve months. In September
the production was 12S,425 tdas. The
production for the first half of No-
vember shows improvement over the
same period of last month, with a
steady demand for the make.
Call at Crystal Phaimacy
for a free booklet, just pub-
lished, entitled "What A W.o-
man Should Know About

Jersey Milk. delivered
Telephone 762.

ed last night from
r: "I put that little
to be able to fill

Better watch that

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Our lease expires in 60 days, so we are compelled to convert the entire stock into cash befon
gains will be thrown out on the center table daily, consisting of Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Blankets
forts, Underwear, Ladies' Suits, Skirts, Coats, Raincoats, Men's Suits, Boys' Clothing, Hosiery, E
be slaughtered regardless of cost, because they must be closed out before our lease expires.

Bargains in Dress Good

All $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 Broadcloths,
54 inches wide, in all colors, bankrupt
sale price .........................
Choice of 60 pieces fine all-Wool Suit-
ings, worth $1.00 to $1.25 per yard,
during this closing-out sale, only
One lot of all-Wool Suitings, all colors,
both plain and fancy, worth 75c to 98c
per yard. Your choice for ..........
One lot of Wool Suitings worth 25c to
39c per yard, including all-Wool Tri-
cot Flannels. Your choice for ......






Bargains in Ladies' Waists.

50 dozen Ladies' Waists ,open front and
well-made, of Flannelette and Arnold
Waisting, in Shepherd Checks and
Fancy Plaids, as well as white Mad-
ras. Actually worth 98c each. Your
choice for ..................... .. .
$1.50 Washable Madras Waists, with
laundered Collars and Cuffs. Choice.


Bagin in Ladies Skirts.

$3.50 Wool Tweed Skirts, in gray or
navy Blue Mixtures, full cut and well
made. Aspecialbargain at ........
$4.50 Wool Panama Skirts, in black or
Navy Blve, with neat hair line stripes.
A great bargain at .................
One lot of washable Duck Skirts, in
Gray and Blue Mixtures, splendidly
made ,worth $1.75. To. close out in
this sale at .......................




Bargains in Blankets.
$1.00 10-4 Gainesboro Rlankets, either
white or gray. An imisnal bargain.
Per pair, only ......................
$1.50 11-4 White or Gray Rlankets
Must be closed out in Bankrupt Sale
for ..............................

Best $2.00 and $2.25 11-4 Rlankets going
in this sale ,per pair for ............
Special bargains in extra quality Blan-
kets at $2.15, $3.69, $3.95 and........


Bargains in Underweaa

Men's best 50c Fleeced Shirts or Draw-
ers, extra quality, to go at 75c per suit,
or each ........ . . . . ... .............


Children's 35c Fleeced Underwear to go
.. now, at ..........................
Ladies' Bleached Extra Fleeced Under-
wear. Best 65c grade, now only ....
One table of Men's and Ladies' Sam-
ple Wool Underwear, at about half-

One Table of Wool


Away Below Actual Cost.
25 dozen Boys' Wash Blouse Waists,
made of genuine Red Seal Gighan.
All sizes. Worth. 50c each, for .....
Men's $1.00 Madras Shirts, best Noxall
and Harmack brands to go in this sale
for ............ . ... ............. . .

Remnants of All Wool Dress Goods, Wash Goods and Outing Flannels on
Center Bargain Table Away Below Actual Cost.

7 1-2 Bleached Domestic, full yard-wide, 5 Best 72x90 Columbia Seamless Sheets,
during this sale ................... .C full bleached, the 75c quality ,now go- '5
ing at ......................... .9 c
7 1-2c Gingham Apron Checks, colors 5C B o
and sizes, per yard, only .............. C Best 81x90 Columbia Mills Seamless
Sheets, torn and Heiiiiued. Wocth
Men's 5c White Lawn Handkerchiefs to 85c, now only ..................... 69C
go now at ... .
go now at.....................3c Best 15c Hemstitched Huck Towels, full
Ladies' and Children's 5c White Lawn bleached, now only ................ L UC
Handkerchiefs on sale for .......... ,
Men's best $1.00 Overalls or Jumpers on T
Men's 18c Pure Linen White Initial sale for ..........................
Handkerchiefs on sale for .......... c ,
c Brown Domestic, the greatest bar- Men's Best $2.00 Pants, marked down, : i1 *2
5c Brown Domestic, the greatest bar- lj per pair to ......................... 9P
gsper pair to........................
gain of the season, per yard ......... 3, -
... of h s ...on pra Best 9c Outing Flannels, all colors, now 1
Full size $1.50 White Bed Spreads, to go going at ................ .........o c
in this sale at .................... g t . o s Be s O
All Shoes Must Be Closed Out At
Extra large $2.00 fringed White Bed 1 About half-price.
Spreads ,now on sale for ........... *7 v
250 dozen Manufacturers' Sample
Best 9-4 Slumber or Welded Sheeting, 1 91 Hose, bought at 3 1-3 per cent .off, will
25c value ,marked down, now, to .... -" be thrown on our bargain counters and
Best 84 Welded Sheeting to go during 1 7 offered at less than original cost. Don't
this sale at ........................ 1 N ,, miss this great Hosiery Bargain.
















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Southern Is
t Is all well eanIh tna Sd areo-
tjypt eoveMtImal way for the SoUth-
rS gross to "deplore" tm maier of
Mnoenr ma to 0dss hima
as "bWalst ad able," to "eorer' the
clne litameis that le to as "UNaor.
MmW MIling to "Mmpmild ume
ha Me ftMer mid lnle If otm"
timsh ina gse-Wetes- bt nl t" O
A-t abort, @ran hai rt o duty In the

e b n t m the 1tsMeW

l ato aadqm didof wilml d the
Mar e 0s o atd et s M eata
Sm wasto -US UA wighout magmsm
UMsm losdimtmm a a glmat S ls
m t "Com e it as a sWareral o
tI tat -lai barIm tgt aI
- b ag mouads y now 4an trnale
em tiM s deinst eas M toe mlable

fet wha we baSe vivid. bo aing
eatge M UaMt as rgs -ader
agt ponu afm we tSa bahk, wf lMtw

ag r main m te m e yetm

It is iamom hale d M ereon e a n
MIt cc aO etOly m in f iftha
n was vir as it RmIt to be c0
sh M a ltaios whim sMe m Was
6a" that CarOeck ws gtha nweer -
CIWek the east lsMitatm t m ha
n S. Sltho ms omnism sad ramve
d m a m bes es bWtk-it wei
mhaoe bt a electr toech a wes
ha lifhted n er SeVr S taMteS
stae. tes aSo brM a owadly tp`i
tat mIrdered himn ihed tlhaoe tei
ma to death imiler tae SMa m et an
-tms pao Me ms tnteme that woam
Btae bee satoiestd mwit atm g les
Owewpapren Ey have usde aogreat

m Ise es aor n the t der fnata
m, iat ml devoeo ltat alame as te,
Pow takof a dat i egatC on a live
eat solMea t tip his tomg wie

ale wh ~tr aftmd Ipeng m oe

tUP of 0e0 at therm ;e b g realise
0e weoprm" seoM"ucty c preserving
dipMiatioM ags pitae bkiody work
n thie u arderer the killing of e-Sen-
Star brmck has prol amgew n iffer-
at gl, nd, .a'W wellant tthe follow.
lag eto rial from the New Ytork
Weft, a paper never yi-trpeivty to
the f*0h, to mow w S they think
Rbout Se Cahoack tragedy up there.
It is as eactly In line wiat what
It0 JO ual sad on the subject the
O after the ma that e a e el sure
t aprs the best se e o f setin a
whoae country on this lsse:
A fmager Senator of the attead
Stat, a man at ability v public
d"to his stM and the dreountry
Was murdered in cold blood I Nash-.
Wille MeMday. Unfortunately Mr. Car-
nack was himself armed, In expect
on of suck a& atteait; brct he was
ano thoe aggm r in the meeting and
appaWretly had little hewace for his
ltie, taen mawaite while talkitfg with
a lady and ot at close range.
It wa Itbe title to sk explaatlaon.
unci lhed upon th e orhpmurdeOr in
"he hargles, and faeetious newspaper

dip310001t of the political ZWumai.
IN this case, as "a the kilis of Gon-
ales by T1imam's sepiew it South
botatml cfihtoforoSece ad poltica
pwow1 was ready to aswsassnate a ma

ecaunta with nuibs. ay is cmsa ivd

ee toial. It. title to mwstajnm Ian

A Mitinrn
M ipi Delegate.
"W aes frase a In taem pRe080
ias the comenda ato ohe Seaers
Cotton A &UMoitla N eaMPIs Omm

*a yawp at* a adguided Milsomipp
delegate who defended the night-riders
on b garoUnd that they were an op-
preed elms. Iltppay &t was prompt-
ly "sat down upon" and silenced.
MIW aI idws are supposed to be
farmers and to act for the farmers.
but It ay wee be doubted it there
are mSny' rrep*etatives of the true
tam alg element among them. But
even f they ae tree spokesmen for
4t el m te olef that they awe "op-
prVes4" *A. poamequetly justied in
their nl~tr-ridig lawlessness eas no
ma"t La 1,
The birSers at times labor under
emanlCn ald other disadvatages, 'but
I. thIat reweet they are not diferea%
ft Vry oeMb elams of workjng-
aa. W iall bm our grievances, al-
wa hav tha6 IM always iW have.
No eticts of e-lety is exempt except
the le 1mM elem0 Md even they
%ave asir ltle trotIle. But no
SilevAaCA, o oppression however real,
- a dvcilI -land mot In a state of
w ws *ver remdIted -y crime.
?be revere s always the rule, for
eri taM ri, as inevitably as
poa prd Vhea not propady
checked; e101aMtmAeIt of one aelgh-
bor -apes- e delr rights of another
4egs tto rtalaUm; the original griev-
f i*-s ado*se of In the great.
W Wil MO ft0 = tiMe againMt per-
m and lWperty, amD unless the law
eap be Wa *MbetOve to bring the
salty to -i __mt and overawe
their bUg social chaos fol-
eiag hums.ri.gM are all abrogated
mid eviltMd aea revert to their orig-
inal etate of 9 owlng beasts of prey.
That to j t Mhe amlItton which the
delegate from Missasippi unconsciom.
ly giampIoua when he raises his voice
ta 640ef e ts-e eight riders as the
raMestatMve of a "'oppressed"
elt *Mieshag to raise the price of
etw ,Ay whiiplag their neighbors
mai ba- teair property.

WMhe trails are wrecked and peo-
pl am slaughtered like eheep in the
smmnie by the "act of God or the
iubS .Amm-U' aa the law put It, we
must a T the result with what
philoophy we may; but vhen, as in
te ease at the collision near New
Orleams a few days ago the death of
e*evm peepDe is directly traceable to
the negagence of the railroad people
tMsMlTSMea the law should step in
and the g lty should be punished with
a severity that will tend to discour-
a eash criminal negligence In rae
futte. When we consider that hun-
dreds 49 thoe ans of human lives
every day Ia thi country are com-
pletely at the mercy of train crews.
dsaeams - and others connected
with the roads, upon whose fidelity
to duty these lives depend, It is easy
to understand why extraordinary dill-
geace. a4 utaOqettag vigilance should
be exacted, and the law can hardly be
too severe l n holding the railroad peo-
ple to their full measure of responsi-
bility. Discharging a negligent em-
ploye through whose negligence a life
has been lost does not meet the re-
qulremebts of t-e case. The grand
Jury ahoubi get busy in every suhe

Emperor William has now the
example of his great and good friend
Teddy Roosevelt -to pull him out of
the hole he got into by talking too
meeh to a representative of the Lon-
don Telegraph an saying among oth-
er things that a majority of the Ger-
maan people were enemies of England.
When Mr. RooDvelt gets into trouble
t tis kind he simply denounces the
reporter as a liar, assgs him to
membership is the Amanias club and
the Incident ts closed. The German
empw would Std this a meat and
handy way to 41 0s of his present
embarr-- and we wonder that
he hlat tab M a- course.
The Now York World of Wednes.
day ba a teartal. a bustring cartoon
',a which poo Carmack Is shown ly-
lag dead, mrered, on a sidewalk in
NaMahfl hM. slayer with smoking re-
vveer waa defatly away arm
Ina m waith s Iaml. wapprvIng ath-
or aId aL hbrnd woman ona her
klass himlag over the bloody orpse

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of the deal- statimm Uam aeath
this picture is the w wot -Chival-
ry.' Could irony be aore bitter, bit-
lsg and blasting er OemnIM lor
scathing? Who can say tat th ear-
toa is uajust?
"Fralsse" premises to become an
popular up north as "'Dis." Th. y
are both rem- e1rs of the hOeaIMl
simple life of the Old N th, ad the
North does well to --tmlute them.

The whole country ad especially
his professional brothers, will deeply
sympathize with Henry Watterson, the
brilliant and beloved editor of the
Louisvile CouriewJoumral in the great
sorrow that has come upon him In the
terrible death of his ~o in New
York city resulting from an accident-
al fall from his office window to the

pavement 110 feet below.

The ame of WUllml J.4 Bryan is
again at the bef of the Comuneras
editor and proprietor. During the camn-
paign Mr. Bryan's breter Charles was
in charge. 3w. BryaSO a great edi-
tor-seetainly not in the feverish, high-
preanre, modern way-bat as a calmn,
clear, dispemoatot ee-tmetator oa
current events and wise counsellor on
large questions which require large
t inking.

Joe Cannon was re-elected to con-
gress all |ght, but it is by no means
sure that ahe will be the next,speak-
er of the house. Mr. Taft as the suc-
cessor of Roosevelt and his policies
would doubtless prefer some other
man and that other man is quite like-
ly to appear and contest with Uncle
Joe for the honor. The Daaville
statesman is by no means an up-to-
date republican of the Taft class.
Jim Woodward, candidate for mayor
of Atlanta, is in trouble again. Same
old thing-he can't make his "swear-
offs" stick. He has been summoned
before the recorder In that city to
answer to the charge of being drunk
In the streets. Get on the water-
wagon agate, Jim. If at firat you
don't succeed, try, try again. A good
resolution badly kept is better than
no effort to keep it at all.
By this time we are all resigned to
Mr. Taft and as we cannot get Bryan
we are glad that it is Taft rather
than some representative of the For-
aker element of the republican party.
But the Birmingham Ledger goes a
little too far when Is says: "T'he
south is today well pleased that Mr.
Taft has been elected." Is the. Ledg.
er on the road to the new democratic
party of which Luke Wright is a shin-
ing exemplar?
The example of Judge .Maxwell of
the Duval county criminal court in
recently dealing with a conwlcted pi&s
tol toter is worth remembering by
other judges in the state. He didn't
assess a fine as is usual and which
the fellow stood ready ro pay, but
sent him to the chain gang for four
months. When aie serves out that
time he will probably have a healthy
prejudice against pistol-toting that
will do him good.

It Is honor to whom honor is due
to say that the Gaineaville Sun is
one of the best daily papers of its
class anywhere in this country., north
or south. The Sun has a delightful
temperament, just the kind to give
the maximum of usefulness in a
community, and in every issue there
is something worth reading "even by
the critical and blase exchange edi
tor, who has to traverse weary wastes
of printed matter before he can find
something available for hi% purposes
and that stirs his jaded senses to ap-

Short Talks of the Jacksonville
Times-Union says:
The greatest pleasure, connected
with the reading of the state exchange
es is the daily perusal of the edi
trial page of the Pensacola Journal
Such words of approval from an au
thority so high bring very keen pleas
ure and warm appreciation of the
friendly spirit behind the paragraph
There are various and varying stand
yards of newspaper merit on the edi
trial page *and everything depends
on the point of view and the person
al taste of the reader; but that Tae
Journal should have won suca higl
praise from so critical and ecnipeten
a source is a triumph which we per
mit ourself to enjoy to the utmost
qualified only by the lurking fear tha
Short Talks will find his contempora
ries to a man qpndemning his want o
taste in newspaper pabulum.
In this issue of The Journal apper
a review of the work of hibe re-en
convention of the Gulf CoasT, Inlan,
Waterways Association at Oolumbus
Ga, written at the request of this pa
per by Mr. G. A. Waterman, secretary]
of the Pensacola Chamber of Coan
merce, who was a delegate to the con
vention and was elected treasurer a
the association which was renamed tih


e every visitor to our city,. and was told sound-. which the pious gent oad left, i- one of the ablest, meet conserva-
that for a few hundred years Pensa- labeled =3ered saons, the thought tive and successful business men in
cola had been slobbering over the came unbidden, that if those good the south and few are better posted
t problem of the "City Beautiful." he people were satisfied with their e-id ;o the proposed inland waterway con-
- would have sixteen kinds of fits in as of the bargain the departed professor neetions.
, many minutes. of piety ought to be. I Senutor Pleteher is thoroughly op.
t I overheard a conversation at the C. U. PORTER. !t;mitic. He expresses every coni-




"Mississippi to the Atlant! Water-
ways AssocIation." This inte.-miUng
paper by Mr. Waterm- will wel re-
pay perusal by those wh-. have the
prescience to realize eyes I a general
way what this poposed system of
Island waterways mes for the Gulf
Coast and alln it aiti. and the bust-
sess men of saealmt, me who*
stamn for Its comwier-1 anad sena-
trial interests and its tributary tr-
ritory, will be lased and better in-





With the mention of our pretty and durable Japanese Matting laid on your dining room floor for
35 cents a yard. None -tter, but many places will ask you more for an inferior quality.

Extension Dining Table, made of quartered oak, in golden finish, massive in construction, and just
the kind your giatidd-ildren will be proud of, $15.00 to $25.00.

Sidcboaids from $20.00 to $50.00.

IME .4a63E 'r vc > 1%


PHONE 149.




formed by re Wg the specific details depot yesterday and the following is ***** * ** **e
and broad &ad .nligbkveed g Os f rg t Wate MR. BRYAN IN DEFEAT. #
n ofbMr.Wa term notese. Ct y.And this is called the 'Deep Wate MR. BRYA .
Uon of Mr. Waterman on the subject. City.' Anyone-would think they didn t I Mobile Register. #
The people of this part of the S@oth have any water within a hundred
and sone more than those of Pensa- milesofthem tolookat th5atstreet." .**************
cola ,will observe their own inter (Pointing t Tarragona street). The No doubt Mr. Bryan expected suc-
ests by giving fll support eour- ace of the conversation I am try- cess in his campaign.. The reception
agement to thde Mississippi to the At- trs are towns in the South pos- acd States was enough to have intu-
lantic Inland Waterways association sessntag no advantages whatever as enced his judgment. All he leaders
wad to such men as Presiaent Duncan compared to those of this city an of the party were of like opinion.
Petchereretary Island J ien- whose aes e They did not admit tae p slibility of
U. Fletcher, Secretary eladmonths s Pensacola has seen years. failure. Theabition to occupy the
dersoa and Treasurer G. A. Waterman but which have passed her with long highest office in the land and to im-
who are working most unseflafishly to strides by force of energy and a pro- h h policies upon the legislation
promote and further the purpose a of gressive spirit, leaving our city still administration of the republic
the association. wrapped in her swaddling clothes. was a worthy one. and had been stead-
Wake up. for Heaven's sake, wake up. ily in view for many years. At last
Cease uticking your thumbs, and take it seemed to Mr. Bryan to be about
The completed returns from Su- nourishment in th way of progre to be gratified. He was assured of
wanee county show that all threat of sive breakfast food." victory. How great then must have ]
the proposed constitutional amend ARTHUR W. DAVIS. been his disappointment when it was
ments were defeated by a large -a HEARD ON THE ROAD. quickly borne in upon him that in-
Jority. So much the worse for Suwa- Editor Pensacola Journal: stead of victory deteat wahis leader
nee county-and the rest of us. It i frequently proclaimed by ptl- of mer take defeat! No sign of dis-
pit and press that there is manifest- appointment, no word of impatience, f
Our friend, Bro. McCormack of the ed a growing tendency to disregard or grief, escaped him. The account
Suwanee Democrat, seems determined the fourth article of the decalogue. says that he remained cheerful amid
the wreck of his hopes, laughed and f
to compensate the people of Live Oak an increasing inclination t in joked good naturedl. au declared
and surrounding country for the sus- ence toward the sacredness of r o.lig- that there was much that he could do
pension of the Daily Democrat dur- ion, and the consequent Jesi.'ueImi a a private citizen. "One is not re-
ing his absence from the state by giv- of reverence for everyfthiu religion.t. quired to hold office in order to do
is th se m the w ae thby Sunday baseball games. p.cnic:. ex- big things." he said, although adnit-
ing them the best weekly paper they cursions, hunting, fishing. etc.. have tig that be had thought that the
ever had. The Suwannee Democrat is each and all been decried 5v thcs~ of presidency offered the opportunity for I
a top-noteher in the weekly journal- professed piety as contribuile to the doing a certain work that he wanted
ism of Florida. weaning of people from places of wor- to do.
ship and fostering aversion t0 the re A smaller man would have set about
Mr. G. Grosvenor Dawe, -,ecretary of straits of Sabbath observantv. finding excuses for failure or laying
Complaint is often made that f.ith blame upon those who did not respond
the Montgomery Commercial club God and true repentance is not to his appeal as he had thought t_'ey
was a prominent figure in the late near so mucA in evidence among the would do; but not so with Mr. Bryan.
waterways convention at Columbus, masses as in the years gon by. He "takes his medicine" as an Amer-
Ga.. and upon his return to Montgom- That the young of tod; do not ican should, a=d rebounds from defeat
ery e said, among other things to evince the regard for religion Inth: with a determination to Ind his path
ery. He said. among other things, to they did three decades back bin !c"v of usefulness, even if it be not that
a Journal reporter of that city: would attempt to deny: but in seek- path that he has hitherto followed.
"The best thing that I can say for ing reasons for the chanet-d fondi- Whatever happens to him he may be
the convention in Columbus, is tiat tions. if the diversions to wiich i-fer- assured that he carries with him the
it would have paid every leading man erence has -been made are alone re- respect that the public owes to one
of Montgomery to have been there. garded as responsible therefore, ap- who fought well, and who knew how
Not only because the speeches were other more potent agency than any o0- to meet disaster with a serene mind.
of a peculiarly high grade and ex- all of those will have been overl.)ok-d
ceedingly interesting, but because and the real cause remain undicov- '* * *** .
those speeches in their entirety would ered. WHAT NIGHT RIDERM
'have prompted the men of Montgom- Many readers of The Journal will WHAT NIGHTRALLY MANS.IR
ery to a realization that the interests recall an old chnr'hi sonz. '01.! T:r,' REALLY MEANS. 4
of all the gulf states are one and that Religion." The simple words and air Mphis Commercial-Appeal.
there is a vital connection between of tat old church song has quicken- Memphis ommerci- .
ease of shipment along the gulf coast ed the hearts of hosts who nave -.oe
and prosperity of every. inland city to their reward, to a greae" e-i cse- 4 '-
having navigable connection with the ration to The Master's c-umi. D' The night riders have gone into
coast." we hear that and similar sonts tha the peanut patch. A few nights ago,
If the Columbus convention "aj used to be sung and witaes 'iiani- near the point where the Nashville
done nothing more it would have festations of the presence of th. Holy I & Chattanooga railroad crosses the
done nothing more it would ae Spirit at rvival services now Eco Tennessee river, Because a peanut
abundantly justified itself in simply answers-do we? -rower had sold a few sack-, be was
promoting a general realization of "Jesus. Lover of My Soul." "Amaz taken away from his home by a crowd
the unity of Interest among all the ing Grace. How Sweet the Saund. of masked men and his wife was also
gulf states in the inland waterways "Did Christ Oer Sinners oWlv-p?" invited to come with lim and see him
gulf states in the inland waterways ..'How Firm a Foundation, Ye Saints whipped.
enterprise and of the vital importance of the Lord." "On Jordan'. Stormy After several switch ends were
of that enterprise to the material de- Banks I Stand," "Shall We Meet lBe- worn out on the unfortunate man, the
velopment and prosperity of those. yond 'the River?"-these soul-stirrin, butts were given to him to take home
states. Good progress was made to hymns have become only a vanish- to serve a- a gentle reminder that he
that end by thpre convention, and ing memory and in their sacred stea:i should observe the rules laid down
that end by the convention, and if we hear only too exclusively airs that i by the peanut pool.
this association keeps -:ammering if rendered outside a sanctuary could It seems that the peanut growers.
away public sentiment will in due not be detected from the reaeare-al of many of them, have pooled their
time respond to its demands, state a minstrel chorus. Nor is this all, crops for an advance In price. T-he
for the style of preaching Is only too man who was whipped had been uIl
and congressional aid will both be often made to conform with the clown- during the summer and was sore
given, and we shall get the connected Isa airs. pressed for food to sustain himself
chain of inland waterways navigable Possibly some reader indignantly and his little family. -He sold a part
from end to en.-t ask if these remarks relqt" to the of his crop of peanuts in order to
rom enpastor of this church orthat. No. n avoid want. For this he was taken
a 4-$ ....- -- - tof church who are with yon al.vays Thus they will run along .unless
VOX- 1 PULI to visit and 6c4eer you in sickness. to some one is arrested. and tte next
unite y(u in marriage. offirslat. at thing we hear of will be a barn burn-
S^ '-P a- a 'ycur -hris ten n- anl offering, sympa- tng, and then we will have a murder
SEditor Pencol ou-'-r : thy and solace in your time .)f zfflic- or two in the peanut region.
Editor PenacolJournal: ton. They are the real ;.-vaant.; of \rve have had much crying for in-
Referring to the statement made to Him who bade them go and :,(aech dividual and 'personal liberty during
the city epuncll.n opposition to the the gospel to all mankind. Conse- the last several months. We have
much needed sprinkling of Tarragona crated ministers of the gO.; I. .as- had many preachments in favor of
street, ask any school child who nas tors of churches who live i '1,1" r. ld (.very man being permitted to pursue
ever engaged in. the laudable pursuit love their flocks, love the-- soui- ir- liealt". happiness and prosperity in
of making mud pied-and'who has not? ring church songs because "th',- so!t- any method he chose.
-how much water it requires to con- en the stoniest heart and >lr:i'v it We have had much talk about the
vert the dry material to the ccnsis- closer to God right of property and the right of
tency of a mud puddle? And he or It is the clownish acts. language oo every man to do what he please%
she "will tell you that the more dry) levity and minstrel air-' iln;zrt-i iltto ,with is property, but never in the
material there is. the more water it communities by nomadic ecclesias- history of this country have people
will take. Now in view of the many tics styliag themselves ev,:nili.-o j one so far away as they are now
and various efforts that have been who contrive to carry away hle "oi. from the fact that it is a man's privi-
made from time to time unsuccessful- of the community and lc- .? iln :t : c to do what Ble pleases with his
ly to have Tarragona street sprinkled, stead a lot of unhollawed expressions hands, to sell his labor where it
does it strike any one as likely that and an assortment of airs used in ,phacs ,imn and when it pleases him,
it Would be finally decided to give us their song service which would ma'i.: :.d to sell the fruits of his toil for n
nmor water than we needed, or enough minstrel singers turn green with envy. Greater or a less price, just as he sees
* to convert the street irto a mud pud- Pastors of churches and th-ir families ft
Sdie or are we to understand that the u re often overlooked or ntirfvly iti t'e mian who murdered Captain
drivers of the city sprinklers are in- nored by their Pocks when they >;- Rankin. or if two or three men took
capable of knowing when the streets come stampeded by thes | portabl( pi, part in his murder, are caught, are
Share sufficiently sprinkled? Granting ty vendors who often ro thie pastor tried, are convicted, and hanged,
this to be so, I think I voice the sIn- by separating his flock from the corn' there will is a halt all along the line
timent of all the patient and long-suf- which by right .bouid* go to the su- in barn burning, gin posting, whipping
Sfering residents and business men o0 port of himself and family. <." ,,eanut grcwer.s and othbr people by
this street when I say, give -us the It is astonishing with what e'l,- i' taoe who. fer lhe most part, refuse
mud puddle in preference to the roll- these foragers can seek and find for- :,, work tliheitelves and do not want
Sing, heaving mass of corruption ad tile soil for their seed. but they a:" others to profit by their own toil.
festive disease gernas which envelop always gone at the harvest time. when
us daily from sun up to sun down. reaction set~ in, revulnion is es: .,- 4 4 4 4 4 *
SYesterday's edition o The Journal lisHed, religion discredited and rever A W WATEPWAY. PRESI-
. captained some suggestions by a spe- ence"changed to ridicule. N EW WA E T RES
c.ralist in that line in the way of beau- Recently we had our roind disabiu~- DENT. 4
. tifying our cities. He emphasized the ed of the impression that a rehears:iColumbus Ga Ledger. *
necessity of first cleaning up the of comic, highly comic. s in Columbus, Ga., Ledger. l
- streets. Pensacola has occasionally progref.-. when to our i-expres.ible j .... .. *******
e made spasmodic alhsion.s to the "City surprise we learned tuey were -
SBeautiful," but it the worthy profes- "church Fong.-," !eft as a emiento jy I in the sel-clion of Senatorelect
- sor in "citibeautifulization"-exctuse a recently drnarted evantelis!. who Duncan U. Pletcher. of Florida, as
- coinage of the word-could for a few carried with him six hu.d:cd dolla-rs, '-ad of the rewly organized Missis-
Sminutes contemplate Tarragoea street, and but for th. panic might have cac-,,. to Atlantic Inland Waterway As-
s the street leading to the depot, the ried more. ;oc.iation the future success of that
- street which first meets the eye of After listening to the strange nr-anizaTion is assured. Mr. Fletcher


Day Sale

On Oxfords, Children's and
Misses 'Shoes, for Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Some exceptional prices on
Children's Shoes ,embracing
this season's newest effects,
and a large stock to select
Note well these prices. A
good saving:
$2.50 Shoes, all kinds and styles......tO
$2.00 Shoes, all kinds and styles ..... 1.4
1.75 Shoes, all kinds and tyles ..... 10
$1.50 Shoes, all kinds and styles ..... 1.
$1.25 Shoes, all kind" and 'tyl- 1.00
You should seize this op-
portunity to shoe all the chil-
dren. Remember, these pri-
ces for three days only, Mon-
day. Tuesday and Wednes-
See window display.


Feet Furnishers For Folks.
102 South Palafox St.

deuce in the ability of the Amenica
people to connect the Mis dasippi with
the Atlantic and even the great lakes
with ihe gulf by the proposed inland
waterway routes, both of which aro
perfectly feasible in his opinion.
In his address before the conve-
tion here, Mr. Fletcher said:
"To the pessimist end the indifter-
net, we point out that the gross re-
ceipte of the government in aW.
amounted to $4,770,000, and he ex-
penditures were $3,790,000. T_
propriations .by congress 21
last three years, from the
ury, have bees, in round a ,
428,000,000-a sum absolutely b"_d
the calculations of our fereaiaere,
anad which gives ana dea of the growth
of this country.
"The value of real estate ad per
sonal property In the United states
in 1860 was $16.169,616,058, and In
194 it ws, in around figures. $117.-
000000.000. The assessed value of all
property in the Southern tates in
18 was $.20.10.818. and ln 16,
it was $8,025050,496, while. S true
vaiue of Southern property Is sow
more than $20,000.000,000, nearly $5,-
000,000.000 gaster than the total vaiue
of all the property In the ntire coun-
try in 1860 and the increase in value
since 1900 thas been at the rate of $3,-
000.000 a day."
The newly elected president quote
many additional figures to picture the
marvelous growth and development of
the country in general and the South
in particular, all of whteh tended to
show that the demands for the pro-
posed inland waterwa connections
were Impenrtive and t te wer.
entirely feasible.
It was evident that Mr. Fletcher
had made a careful and thorough
study of the situation, which fact ae-
culiarly fits. him for the office of presi-
dent and the Ledger eeaugratutate
the association on its happy *election.
Nothing will give him as
much pleasure as a box of ci-
gars. $1.00, at the Crystal.
Prl iumacy.


Gophers, Chickeu sand gg al-
ways on hand. Phone 343. 801 S.
Bayle. corner Govermet. 5 V.
The doors are closed aad will r-
main closed untM Wedaesday. Novem-
ber eighteenth ,at 9 a. m. Positively
no goods sold and no one allowed Is
the building until tbhat time.
B. Gerson's Old Stand, G.
W. Grooves & Co., World's
Greatest Bargain Giver.

The Journal delivered at
your door, lOc a week.



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nthe atre Of the m. il
spizistr Is0M1plate.
MTw bag wmmame aMweemets at4
The weainr w gaOww aUeas et
deW t but qfd o eoo-- cmfatu the
VOWleStpy k Ia she mue" orGPeMaofs o nm r estrm
to her hosrt o ane phewi a bis wlU
being are only a few t ethe laotke
tralt at Or. TbmouMt ot by Mis
IRobeon tIher portrMYl at 'AWat
To s e "Awt Mary" "Is IT r,
o sweetly sad wholeeimeily iton ue
eberacser abows by Miss Roboe. TYou
win lml ith ber. y ou wlU ry wivh
MwathW you vra luwcy ese. tot
The ammany ama pmo "daessa
_ tteg 884 e t the~r Sa we MseetI to *New York,

( mmlM 4tso the pe ien Cie"t aUM
Cma -4 r r.e t tpeal
lgIkcHMei he 4the isrevtiesata the
'will have b brt litt tts as G.
wte Soit ea 14 VIoth F t W. Peo
tseo b has h y -ee oSabeel b&s
res toa inty e me but It la
to see the M are s the MUt twoect
play of 5Ba00o Das" bef toere ealIxing
The *rne cespWtl ofothe obw amS
w alamses that chimdr ,enus.
The 7 Hobe".
*"% 7 Roboes.," a vaaedle act
that is play ag the western ciruit of
vueadevse hoeas under the direction
of Jfme L. Lasky, met with an un-
Saturday UlghL
.Tq principal members f this aet
am Oa Pixley. Tim Jordan. Charesi
Dody, Nelaon and Charles Va.
Is order to aech a train that weoul
3a them to settle ready for a malU.
*Ue oftcam c the next day, it be.
eo0e mcmary for the members ofr
th4 aet to hke to the traln with their
*Mge make-up on. In order tI get
AWAy they foaun it naceer to as-
dat th 4mminr man la leading their
sOeenery. Thia attracted the attention
Of a lIcal "hawk-shaw" who "deduced"
Meat they were a bunch of buns get.
tiug edy to ride the bMad
Caeling to i. aid several bystanders,.
he placed the aotors under arrest
Not4l th1ala g their uraet appeal
to be permitted to catch the train, the
petrol won was emst--wn-d to take
them to the police states. O aly tBr
te Timely arrival of an attache of
the theatre who came to Mbd the boys
goodBye, the matinee at Seatle would
love bems played without '1%he 7
A big lineof Meerachaum
and Briar Pipe just received
by the Imperial Cigar Stores.
Just 1h thing for a Christ-
MRS Gift. Cone and have a


.................................. 40
* ...... .. ......... 4 90
.. .............:.....4 ---------
S.......................2 S to 2 :2%
.........................2 to 2 0
= WaV@ ae 35% cents.
ft A.......t s
Now Trlk. Mr. 14.-The statement ot
aI bsnk fao the week
m=wdftW MthE b.k 8Ii $30.211.950
oe Zs tpe nrmeire mof the 2 per
oWt. reser Ti s a decrease 01
*.12o In the "we tia. cash jeerve
AeNN wlittkst w0. The state-
LaOMU 16 5347*M; lerease, $5,005.-
DO -p st.4.32M1.12; Increase. 61.-
.lvc etltsm oac.lM,00; decrease, s202,-

gelt" .. M,100: Increse. fT71.200.
-Mr~, .-,;Increase. $1,582,-
amere requlIre. $3 SOG,50; increase,
$^,.2U, 1; decrease, $d8,025.
-i. 32 5 11d.,C26; decrease, .
N hepereentae o actual reserve of the
clesrilg bouast tnl at the ldoe of busi-
bass yesatrd Was 27.A0.
ThMe utean t.-nkx and trust com-
poiet Ges1 5 3rYNe o rkrr not members
df the medt Iote shown that theae
taututoue t have aufsate deposits of
a.42 ofb: thec_ ha _nd i,37U.-
"d toea $M72,911.6.
New Tork. Nov. 14.-Initial losses were
reported when purchasinX orders were
distribted I Northern Pacftc end local
Ionthe heavy slliu of V. B.

etnen 1- Asta Catoa OIL 1i-4. After
soe e s r

1m2. Oil. 1
.W yJab.. I- isamar.ia;,

t b a 1n 1 o
9 eam= 8 so Go* 8er. -;,
w- ISoM -c14.-C ota futures
daee steay. 0*w ulids: November.

d g A5 1 -18 i ioenr
rua SS: l .5 M : Jum 8 i; July.
Newr QrwMa 35N. 14.-Cotostutureo

.Md _H-_ mnddtt5* fair,







These Coat Prices
afe tje result of an extraordinary purchase.
Perfect reproductions of the best French
models at prices P.mvmcoh's shrewdest buy-
ers will act upon quickly.

Fine Broadcloth Coats.
$7 5 for 54-inch Broadcloth Coats,
Also in Beavers; semi and loose
fitting, elegantly tailored, trim-
- med in Soutache braid. sought to sell at
$10 and $12.

A Big Coat Bargain.
5 0 C 5minch and 5I-inch Coats, in
i tans,light grays, ga .acts and
stripes, very best broadcloth,
semi and loose fitting; original prices, $15
and $18.





Over 100 New Suits

have reached us in time to join in this under-
selling event, which will no doubt prove to be
the greatest of its kind this season. You will
find your Suit in this remarkable assortment-
Short Suits, Long Suits; 30, 34 and 36-inch
Coat Suits; Suits in semi-fitted styles; Suits in'
tight-fitted effects; Directoire Suits; Suits in
plain tailored styles, others in fancily trinuned
effects; in every desirable shade and coloring,
including black and blue; all the most desir-
able fabrics, broadcloths series, chevrons, fan-

cy novelty mixtures,



$30 Tailored Suits, $19.75.
$30.00 Tailored Suits, fancy worsteds, broadcloths

and cheviots, blacks and colors.

Swell Coats.

1 C for 52-inch and 54-inch Coats,
S Empire effect, and loose fit-
$15' ting, come in the catchiest
models; half and full lined with satin, effec-
tively trimmed; 12 different styles; real val-
ues $20 and $22.50.

Infant's Coats.

Bear Skin Coats, nicely made, in white,
navies and reds; ages 2 to 6; f
formerly $4.0 and $5.00. $2.50
Monday, for ............... V

A Price Lea&r.

S for 50-inch Black
S B roadoth Coat
splespelidy tailored,
very catchy styles semi
and loose fitting.

The finest pro- .

duct of the man tailor of our fash-
ion centers. Instead of $30, Mon- .$1 7
day only ..................... .

Fine Tailored Suits1 $25.
Fine Tailored Suits in Broadcloths and hard-finished
worsteds, beautiful models ,the latest creations, ele-
gantly fitted and finished, Taffeta
Silk lined, 34-36-inch lengths, madcy o0 0
to sell at $30 and $35, Monday onlyS- U

Children's Coats.

25 Children's Coats, made of Kersey Cloth and
Scotch Cheviots, all colors,
rf -ages 6 to 14; some plain
and some triaiu cd,
made to sell at $10.
Monday, only....... .$


1 a1-l6; r, i a0 1 1somaal necelpts,a.
e Stew. Nvemn-

s*am"d oewig to a 1-4-pence REV. CLAUDE E. HILL, WHO I*
m de=o at bwI t _mmir ralliedhot. E BECOMING POPULAR WITH PCN.
brisk Iem oiesion houses,
Sae d w im a report of Your true Londoner turns up his The Largest of Play o4ouses. C. M. Lowne, whose work was th. night, September 6th, ia each blase A AUDI
aietaaL rlotis r Dtm.-mb-_ nose-his mental nose at least---at At the great Alhambra London's cleverest bit of simulation I say in of stage effects as I suppose has el-,
sas e by srts M rom world-variety the atr, an act was At the Duke of York's, dear. delic b een passed, when E lad's AN INTERESTNG MANNER LA
sae b in DVembr opened un tienlarly clssfiese these as betag mEot given in whici 12 young women, dis- ious J. M. Barrie, like the cannie Scot ;greatest living actor, and certainly a NIGHT.
""M p to l rv a" 3.4 to 3' clearly represented by "Yankees (Yaa- robed a la Maude Allen, imitated her he is, poked joyful fun at his English 'great waster of stage effects. Beer.
Oats m des san steady, prices flue- kees are those from the states, wheth- treatment of the John-the-Baptist epi- brethren in "What Every Womai: bohm Tree. presented Steveas Ptil-
tuating within a 1-4e o early in the er from North or South of the QOho sode. One of the most startling ot Knows," in whieh the most powerful ; ips and J. Comyns Carr's new version A good sized Raieace heard Rev.
.Dec ember unchanged at river) and insists that" all others uit Miss Allen's acts is where she pre- as, well as the most tender emotions of "Faust." The theater is enormous -
w oa iw" ate y beceo. e .of s he are rank outsiders. seats the head of the decapitated to which the human heart is subject in capacity and no donot has com- laude E. Hill at ht t the irst
sawired by a 561o deel ta in live hogs. Ergo, to write of some of London's preacher on a platter, and woodles are set forth most charmingly. Here mensurate stage room, but its needs Christian church on East Chase
Trading was qe. Prices at the start splendid and histarie playhouses, and and caresses the disgusting object ad- i the "John Sand" of Gerald du Mau- must to so pack witch and devil, street, preach ou the subject of *lool.
.:- W etN ._t, .ei t -.; some of the newe? shows being pro- maseum. The 12 young women. 1rier, the "Maggie Wyley" of Hilda mountain, dell and boiling chaldron in Ishnesa of Doubt." Despite the aod
. red. 1.03 l @ 4 1-; L No. 2. hardly. 1.@. duced late last August and early in squatting as did their prototype, and Trevelyn, and the "Countess de ]a what combines to produce a bewilder- that it was Saturday alght and th
1.06: No. 1. Northern L.0-41.M: No. 2. September would be superfluous for each with a head on a charger, I Brier" of Mrs. Beerbohm Tree sup- lug, but wholly Intelligible phanta- weather was uncomfortably cool the
Nert 1.ri... 1--7. London readers; a few reminiscent squirmed about the floor of the great I plied effective interpretation of as magoria of sound, sight, impression people came and the interest ia the
*e. No. .2 wtle'-SN- stada-rd- c. notes of some of the greater successes, stage of the Alhambra, and while thus rare a comedy as will, for many a day, ,and unsurpassed scenic effects. From meeting increased over the mlght b
ak lowv. .-aisee: best known theatres and actors of engaged, by invisible wires or cords grace the boards. It might -be said. the rise of the curtain at sharp 8 until fore.
Whoea: December, 1.031-4; May. widest repute may not prove whcl!y attached to the gruesome objects of enpassant, that "What every woman D Big Ben tbomed the longest daily cal- Mr. Hill will preach at 11 o'lok
1.075O N5ovembT -. December, Without Interest, to your Teaders. nr *their adoration, these suddenly were knows" is that the Lord. when lHe ender count of hours, act followed today on the subject: "The Trasg-
11-4s-. here were blooming numerous of those twitched back behind the scenes, the made woman. did not, as is popularly Act and scere scene until it might duration of Man." At 3:30 this after
Oats: May. 5101-8; July, 46 1-4. newer productions which must supply merry maidens sitting disconsolate maintained, select the rib of a man' easily be believed that all varieties of noon he will speak at the Y M. C.
Pork: November, 1.20 January. 9.15 the winter's amusement for this nerve- and alone, greatly tb the merriment fgr fashioning the new member of the !stage effects had been at hundred A. on the "Life that Overcomes"
Ribs: January. SI1-2: May. 8.521-2t- center of our modern civilization, some of the audience. By the way, the Al- human family, but took, instead, the times exhatirted. One might fill a This evening at 7:30 ..ervices wiL'
Rye: cash. 74 1-0.75e: December. ,73t- at least of which will flash at us here bambra Is the rendezvous of the nighT "funny bone!" *' Ibook with tribute to the excellency of be held at the church and the subject
74May. 72791- across the water. hawkers of the streets of London; I At the Famed Garrick's. this feature of the play and not rec- will be "Is Conscience a Guide?"
aTioth: m. ber, 1- March Ushers are Women. here assemble the frail sisters and "Idolsa at Carrick's, won immense ord a tithe of what was presented. But The services at the chur."h will com
I.95V 4.10. I will assume at the outset that most seat themselves at the tables In th' favor, and deserved It. A well-nin ;it would have mattered little had the tinue all this wee, and it is expect
Clover: November. 9.20; March. 9.50. people are aware that the London bars-there are one or two of these impossible situation was redeemed bv stage been as bare as in the days when ed that the house will be filed tI
ANL PAPER ushers and attendants are all wom-: on each of the five tiers of floors ofsome surpassingly fine staging, of Shakespeare hand-marked his effects. its utmost capacity. Mr. Hill s preach
Nw T -'"--"-.-- "-e"ercantle that at least "six-pence" iasicharged for stalls-and, if they cau, inveigle spme I the "-Assize scene" so truthful- "Thi is ahcuse". "this is a garden". IW- a ,rk of srmon which s dee
New Yqrk, lrev. 14.-Prime merc antle .whichothe"Asszescene"-o truthful- hake..sp.eare-. .
paper. 4I41.2 po cent; Sterling ex- the program which with us goes tree male person to assume the liquidation h dicts the environment of the and thist- a horse". ftr the sipert ly interesting all who have hear
change, .m actual business In with the admission, and that It Is pos- of their order for liquids. The best English court of lawas compels the phit pheles of Mr. Tree and the hi teacher has been in t
b' b.illsatt4.3; 75t4 83 for sixty sible to have a cup of hot tea and of order, is .however, maintained and hor oait "' erfet Otender charm of the "Marguerite" of f some hi., e who has ateIed
and Commrebills b at 4. ills 4.1or de- cakes served to whoever lists between the best. as well as the worst of Lon- t success among tA may rie Lohr must have affcdd an more favorable impression, or who
Bar xtorr. 4-9.7-:; Mexican dollars 45c; the acts, and that the stage is less don's varied population nightly throng well be doubted. as. it has so truly the arti tic setting. for the new-old "Faust" more deeply interests the adlemes
government bonds, steady; railroad bonds elevated than ts the case with us, the its portals. Engih fvor as to render its trans- which the gifted authors have provid- who attend Mr Hill will be one
strog__ !result being that the very -ront row Notables Were In Attendance. laEnting succesfullvy x'remeyv im- ed. Mr. Tree offers quite as much a1 the speakers at the great Interntl
MONeY. -of seats is quite as desirable as those At the St. James. Forbes Robertson probable. For the cld. r I lay-goer a po!hed gentleman-who sneers pe a] Chrftian ndeavor conventloa
New York. Nov. 14.-Money on call further back. symbolized the Master in Jerome K oa.w to it in th-s orld"famou Fintically at all good. and ibes t Stl Paul in July
nolmhl Time loans veraetve but. howev-r. to sit in this world-famou "at g adS t . .Paul in
.no- .txi. m.ery act At Daly's the m-ch-discussed "Mer- Jerome's newest play. "The Passing th ^ i a rea' ,., -o ..r best poor humanity knows, as he does,
nety days. 31-2 per ent.; six months, ry Widow" was immensely popular of the Third Floor Bak, written in laking in value the lay. of the proud, untamed opponent of A big n f Mecrsc-auT
X3-4 per cent. and, half told, half sung. afforded a response to a wide English discussion "His Maesty's" oned Saturdav Truth,. he -Ithty antagoni't of Ga -
merry evening indeed. Aside from of what Would chance were Christ to s briel, the open rebel against heaven, and Brar Pipes just received
!the worth of the lines, which fairly return to earth and appear in the flesh -.- ", Father of lies. It is a. jaunty., b the Iia i St
M. A. BAkER & CO drip the honey of lau-"*er, and te on Picadilly Circus or the Strand .. -v. sneerin- devil this: as who y C mpe ai OTOaS.
merry, gleeful music. The excellent Naturally so fine an actor must make m...c ..t-.. . _..., i. ecaiB d merrily despoll ineeenee. flout Just the thing for a Christ-
SeamesS T qpWte work of Constance Dreven as tLi, much of even a preachment, and tha" ,yon I me iogair get ti g2nuia? most holy emotions, and rejoice _-S a _;. Cr m. a.n ha
mr]l L widow, is fairly confirmed, if not sur- is the play-but here again the audi YecmaarinlmytImarerigitlartcle. Jantly at evil. And a pollbed. as Gi. an a
S MA icAGtlfnt1f9* passed, by that of Robert Miehael. as ,ence overflowed the seating ca)pa cty -ty fellow withal of whom. in look.
A"UFATVRER* "Prince Danilo." of the house. Just behind and to m> Coll Mma3l Hm Jnm -1 wa.ys--hball I write many?-we
The famous Maud Allen Salome right, on the or ening night. I saw aaau v- a all. known examples. FIRST SERGEANT JARL
dw at' the .Treat Palace caused that among other notables I. Zangwill. his Ask hritly m is list supplies ample occupation DIED AT FORT SARRANCAB
stally playhouse to groan, it being strong Jewish face glowing wi-h ra- i is theely auine Hp Olt w sol It-.. a brief two weeks' stay in the -
te-ted rli'itly to its capacly. Th~s ta- jcial pride. as the splendid lines of the s: *sAh. sg~by Eversin-thebam s -r!d's metropogs. Ard yet the LoA- First Sergeant Jarl, of the TTth
mous dance, with its presentation of play naid tribute to his people, the < ladi-=SeUa rLi a b "a papers (those wterd, mysterious company, stationed at r~ BrramA,
this pretty woman in a state of --l'-Sfine diction and melqw, tender voice Bladder ua. Panisiarly goo4 Lar aimprism of the printer art) whicta died yesterday afternoon is the hae
Spodity, and her grotesque physical of England's great actor impartial a .Ml4aBm,..._ -even the maenificent optimism of pital ht that place of typho sar
contortions as wel as her great grace I rich and unctious flavor to the pine-= d,,, ,,,,,.. a a "r. BG'Nl rA ventured to dab "*ws- Hie had been sick for several wee*H,
of motion and statuesque posinss have gyric.' Onaeweryboua)desshe . ..a cr-". dis?"I.e each mornlwg other and is survived by his wife r e
all been so generously discuss. and At the Haymarket. that ancient dra- *ps l b of 30. :.w plays and other star which lust chMild who -resi e Put
1 -=-'" =- moreover as the play is now being matic edifice. Ethel Irvipr introduced e,, force glitter and slne and prosper The funeral will occur at
Q1 Work Tatee -- aantee. widely given on this side. forbids ex- "Lady Frederic" witu telling force and or perish without contributtlo n fiou a Iran this evening, inter t m
i fe as Srr m WeamlN. We e tensive disquisition thereon. power, finding a worthy coadjutor in j od At All Drugstore. J peripatetic bucoMe wand rer. jati l cemetery. _,





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SWatson, Parker Reese Co.


Beautiful Snow White Table Linens

for thes Thanksgiving Occasion.

The Annual Thanksgiving Spirit Is

again *abroad in the land. We have an-

ticipated this and we found some ex-

tremely good and beautiful numbers of

Damask with Napkins to -match. 'We

Bought freely, in fact too freely. They

must be sold.

We name prices below that will move them from our counters into your Linen closets in a few d

for you cannot afford to over look such a saving opportunity. Remember, all.can have in this ev

from the poorest to the richest, for we have all qualities to show you.

Black rn ask, (Winches wide, per yard .............. 21c I k T-. Made Cloths, 8x1D, with naps to match ............. .
Black Damask, 64 inches wide, per yard ............ 39C Hemsittchet ca rfs. Made Cloths, 8xi, with naps tormtch ...........15
Black. f mpm k, 72 inches wide, per yard ......... 69c Made Cloths, 10x12 with naps to match .......... 18
All Linenfullbleach. nama 72 inches wide ....... 1.00 Hemstitched Scarfs, 20x54...................... 4.00 a de.-1 T's t!.,,io,. 1
All Linen full bleach Damak, 72 inches wide ....... 1.25 H Srf Natural Linen Cloths, 8x10... .................. .
Irish Satin Damask, 72 inches wide............... 1.50 Hemstitched Scarfs 18x45.............. ..... 2.00 Hemstitch Cloths, naps to match ...............
loubl* Satin unwmak; 72 inches wide ............. 1.75 Hemstitched Scarfs, 18x54....................... 1.00 Heustitched Cloths, naps to match ................ 9
German Cream nfamask, 72 inches wide ............ 1.50 O a n, ,, Odd Naps and Fringed Doyles, from the cheap lu
German Dimity bleach Damask, 72 inches wide ..... 2.25 A grand collection of fancy pieces, round ,oblon and basket kind up to the fine double Satin Damask, all 1
* Turkey Red rIamask, 72 inches wide ............... 50c square, some tiinmncd in Cluny Lace. All go in this sale. out for your easy choosing.




rear of the Palace saloon, on South ways a general locoE oterest in af- Burkhardt and Simm and Miss
Palafox street, but were prevented fairs of the kind. A Wynne. Mrs. Butler, ho has grown
r nHrom carrying out their intentions by nl, -old gracefully, was v.r. popular with
/llU/ B I JAIU l fllII N the officer pulling his revolver, which nl Married Men's Euchre Soon to Be those who figured Is local cirefles
She wa prevented from u wing it is said, Launched nearly fifty years ago, and her pres-
mO by James Cope, a young wlite" nan i Something brand new and perhaps ence again among the scenes of oth-
Sof tas city. who, it is claimed, caughtI ll ll a trifle starting w be the launc- er days proved an interesting coinct-
the revolver when It was pointed at l l ng o a ppu nwr club which is dence.
IA RIIIIVEDt illllil te men who attempted to commit ARH l IH/ I soon to make its aearance in local --
llllthe assa,society circles, and which is to be PERSONAL M .NTION.
officer Carter was not on duty at known as the Married Men's Euchre Ned Sholes is out, ter his recent
r the time and had just reached the club, in direct opposition, it is antic- severe illness.
L rear of the saloon when the alleged MUCH SOCIAL ACTIVITY REPORT. ipated, to the Married Ladies' Euchre Willie Roy is enjoying a week's vas
N V assault wa. attempted. H? had pre. club. whose long and undisputed su-cation from the navvyyard.
JACKSONI ILLEL viously eaten supper in an adjoining ED IN PENSACOLA'S THRIVING premacy has probably goaded the Born, to Frank Bonner and wife, a
restaur and passed through the gentlemen Ih question to action. The daughter.
---- saloon for the purpose of going to the LITTLE SUBURB-OUTLOOK AT Married Men's Eucare is, admittedlyy, Mrs. George Bowers and baby have
f rear of the building. THE YARD, HOWEVER, STILL to be a "winner." Already interest returned from Texas, where Mrs.
ent representative O Oficer Carter did not place the is at a white heat, and, after all it Bowers has been the guest of a sis-
Nationagl Anti-T"uberco-_ men under arrest. Chief Sanders will REGARDED AS UNFAVORABLE. will be needless to be surprised as ter.
make an investigation of the matter, to just how the whole thing may turn R. Laird. Sr., is ill at his home with
Sis AssociatiOl Reached officer Carter wa-s on duty last night. out. The worst is feared, however, an attack of lagrippe. He Is improv-
SAn added social activity is noted by those who know the members best. ing. however, at the present time,
the 'City Last Night and irn Wa ro cia cIn oWt o The club. which will be composed of much to t'e satisfaction of his many
wh e t Nih n [ uPDfl U T uIV inWaribton circles of late, appro- ten couples, will meet in the eveilng friends.
Will Speak at the Y. M. private to the advancing season. Slack in order that the married men may Mrs. Dave Hirschkovitz. who 'ias
A. This Afternoon at 2:0. U I business at the yard-and it is freely all be free from the duties of the day, been seriously ill, iz, slowly recover-
predicted that existing conditions will and will, for the want of something Ing.
better, of course, be named the Mar- Contractor Pease and wife of Atlan-
11 Vr n A L continue to endure until spring, pro- ied Men's Euchre. ta, have taken up their residence at
Prof. E. G. Routsahn, of New York, m i vide a great deal of time for sociall the post, where they will remain un-
representing the national association relaxation, and the opportunity is be- Is Building Trim Launch. til after Mr. Pease has finished the
trh Peni oIIL BUY lung .grasped by those so Inclined. All Fred Myers, the congenial postor- construction work now in hand.
for the Prevention of T ebrculoels, of the old clubs have been revived, fice man, wbo does things for Uncle Mrs. Geo. Strout. wao has been very
arrived from Jacksonville last nig'-t, euchre being t1e popular pastime. A Sam in Pensacola. but who has never Ill, is improving.
where he has just finished a most
strenuous and sucesu campaign in CHAS. WILLIAMS IS MORTALLY new club is soon to be launched by a deserted his allegiance to Warrington
strenuous and sucressful campaign in popular set of Warrington married as a residing. place, is building a MRS. HARMON PAINFULLY
behalf of the work which he so ca- WOUNDED AT GODWIN'S CAMP men, and there are nightly card par- neat little launch which is to make its INJURED BY A FALL
pably represents. He will be In Pen- ties at one home or another Hay appearance on the bay in due time,
sacola today and tomorrow, and has BY VANISTER SHEFFIELD, WHO rides are also becoming popular. In and whc is a credit to it construe- Wile descend the stairs from
already been taken In hand by local fact the season is on at the ardtor. It is to be the "Addie M.,- and \-ile descending the stairs from
hysicianswho are already prominent- ESCAPED. and there are many events is already in an advanced state of thesend floor of the Salisbury
ly identified witi the great work aingevents r in geof building on West Government street,
among whom i- Dr. W. E. Anderson. a Caarles Williams, colored, about 21 planned for the next few months, construction. where she attended a meeting of the
A series of engagements has been years old, received the contents oi At Work on Caucus. Married Ladies' Euchre Entertained Salvation Army yesterday evening,
arranged for Mr. Routzahn during his -both barrels Of a shotgun in the stom- Work still continues on the Cau- The Married Ladies' Eachre Club Mrs. Harmon, wife of Capt. Harmon.
two days' stay 'n P esa-ola. and much ach yesterday evening about 5 o'clock cus, wtich is in dry dock, and which was pleasantly entertained at tae of the Salvation Army, tripped on the
good is ant i-..i tI f:'om his visit, tat Godwin Bros.' camp, near M1illview, is undergoing a complete overhaul- home of Mrs. Harry Merrill on last mattiun when she was about half-way
Mr. RKoutza'.i .' ,' -***ak this after-I as the result of a quarrel over a game ing. This presents the biggest piece Wednesday afternoon, nearly the (u-- day, falling to the floor.
noon at ith, V "' \. at 2.;0 o'clock of cards. The shooting was done by of work which is now being handled' tire membership of the club having Mrs. Harmon was carried to her
on the 1T:> :. Crusade. and a Vauiater Sheffield. also colored, 11 at the yards and represents employ- been present to do the event full jus- home at 52fn''t Tsvernment street.
very l",'tw : 'mr is anticipated. years old, who made his eccape. It ment for many. She will not be ready twice. Mrs. J. G. Unger was success- were she fainted several times. Phy-
He wi:l al: ar at the Y. M. C. is thought Wflliams will die. as a for sea for several weeks. ful in carrying off first honors. Miss sicians were unable to determine the
A. again ', tday aft-rnoon at :- large hole was torn in his stomach. Marie Jones having been awarded the extent of her injuries at present. She
o'clock, aind :i iull attendance should The dispute over the card game Enjoyed Jolly Hay Ride. booby. Dainty refreshments were is not thought to be dangerously in-
greet .nitu there. During his stay int was between Williams and Stanley A jolly party composed of Mr. and served. jured.
the city he will arrange for the tu- Sheffield, 13 years old, a brother of Mrs. Cohran and Miss Emily. Mrs.
bereulois exhibit which is to be the boy who did the -hooting. The Barclay. Mr. Connolly. T. Murphy and Many Private Card Parties. A one-act version of "The Devil"
shown in Pensacola some time dur-iu latter drew his revolver and was in L. Mellon drove to the head of the Private card parties are becoming is attracting unusual artenttoa in
the coming March, a ninety-day cru- the act of firing it at Williams when bayou on Th-ursday morning, return- the mode in Warington,. and scarcely vau.-eviile circles. It is being featured
*ade havipg been planned for FPori- his brother aimed his shotgun at il- I ing late in the evening. Cane is being a night passes but that one or more wherever it plays.
da. Mr Routzahn will leave the city liams, both the shots striking him in ground into syrup among the farmers of tCese jolly events do not occur __...
on Monday nicht. the stomach, d in that vicinity, and the sight is an In some part of the suburb. The same
The shooting wa.4 repiored to Sher- I exceptionally iUteresting one. The crowd of card enthusiast? are at pres-
that he send his bloodhounds with the have gone on a tour of inspection ber to that of another, although no
M deputies. Deputy Sheriffs Nichols and lately, in order to witness the unusual club name has been taken by the
'Abbott were detailed on the case, and scene. Those present on Thursday's players.
took the hounds with them. The boy trip report a pleasant time. and court- Many Saw Thief." THE MYSTERIOT
who did the shooting had two hours eous treatment among the people wio Many S Thi."T MYSTERI
TRI n which to leave the scene of the are busy with their fall work. A large n mbt were from t ae navy yard' Artists.
crime before the deputies could reach and the post were In the ciay on Fri- Artists.
there. It Is thought that Sheffield Thanksgiving Hunt Being Anticipated. day night, several theatre vartes hay-
Imade his escape by j jumping in a boat A number of Warrington men are Ing been arranged for "The Thief." THE GREAT MOE
d oin Spdth deion of Bal -planningk to join friends at Pensa.- which showed at the Pensacola opera ROBERT C. MIL
inc ount hon of Ba- cola on Thanksgivinga. for the purpose house on that night. Several were R Il
18 A% I GOFn THAT WHILE OFF A message from Godwin Bros. oforganizing a Than.kgiving hunting also in attendance from Warrington. DIENECK and JAC
camp late last night said that Vil- party. Plans are already In progress. Ru A r n s
SDUTY SEVEN SOLDIERS AT was a dying condition and and a large number are Interested n Returns After Many Ye War This is without d
TEMPTED TO ASSAULT HIM IN there no hope his recovery. the coming event. After hang been absent for the ofm ar P This is without a price
CryaMuch Interest In Yacht Club. sace c 4 years, iavinag on her brtd-
THE REAR OF A SALOO'. Call at Cry Plnuiacy Considerable local interest is being aI trip to return early half a ceW- POUr Shows dailv
for a free. bookl& just pub- evinced in tte recently organized tury later, an.l oeompanted by herour shows dai
f-- Pnsacola Yacht cab. and there are daughter-It-law4at that. Mm J. utter. Night door openat
Seven soldiers M ro the local fort, l d, entitled "What A Wo- several Warrington men who are In- of Baltimore, known as Miss Kate
It IS claimed, attempted to assault man Should Know About tending joining the new organization Wynne, of Warrington, in trmes gone
Souteat Police Officer Carter yeater- several launches are owned among b4y. spent a short time tais week at.
day afternoon about 5.'elock a the CigaS. Warrington people. and there is al- the cuest of her sisters, Mesdames

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After a service of twenty years Wil-
liam iR. Fell last night left the em-
-ploy of E. E. Saunders & Co., having
tendered his resignation to Capt.
Welles several weeks ago, and leaves
the employ of the firm with a good
IM-r. Fell is to go to St. Andrews
Monday or Tuesday and will be in the
enploy of the Bay Fisheries Co., of
this city, who have established a
branch at that place.


Special to The JuMnaL
Harris, Nov. 14.-Albert Watson,
who has been to Pensacola the past
week on business, returned Wednes-
Mrs. Sarah Brown lost her Jeisey
cow last Monday night, with lick
Capt. Asa Ward is at home this
jwce-k harvesting his sweet potatoes
,anJ yams. They are turning out fine.
Miss Jessie Lee Watson, who hag,
been visiting friends in Pensacola. has
ret urped ho"n<'.
I Robert Victory, of Boggy. is a visit-
,or at Mr. D. R. King's this week.
I We are sorry to say that Mrs. Mar.
tha Conden is on the sick list and,
lhop that she may soon be out arain.
SWm. Rogern and daughter. Edith,

'am November 16, '08

US EDNA COMPANY-Illusionists and Impaling

RRIS-In juggling, light and heavy balancing.
IO-10-A study in physical culture. This act is a wonder.
CKSON-In comedy.
ubt the best show ever offered the theatre-going people

maticec doors open at 4 p. m.
7 p. m.; mrst curtain 7.15.

of Mwy 3s~hsr, 'were mMers ~

of Mry Ester, were caUers -MA.m
Martha Condon's Mowday afteraom.


Bsto, Flo, Nov. 14.-On last Sunday
evening Mr. N. D. Chesaer and Miss
Mattle Smith were limited in the holy
bonds of matrimony at the home ot
Mr. J. A. Williams. The young people
are of Coffee Springs. Ala.
E. P. Creel, of Bonifay, was in ]oto
one day this week on bousiess.
Warren Williams, living several
miles from this place, was among the
business visitors here one day this
Drew Morris, of Nonia, was in Esto
on business one day this week.
Revs. Van A. and T. B. Bradley.
of Andalusia, are conducting a pro-
tracted meeting here. Both are able
ministers. The meeting will continue
one week.
'B. A. Balcom. of near Eleanor, was
in Esto on business one day this week.
BAD FIRE; LOSS $100.000
Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 14.-FIre
originating in the rear of the Dodd
& Brothers bookstore, Fifth and Main
streets, caused a property loss esti-
mated at $100,000 this morning. The
buildigs destroyed were those occu-
pied by the MeClendon Drug com-
pany, William Branch grocery estab-
lishment, W. J. Olsen. market; Dun-
ham Shoe company and Dodd book-
store, all partially insured.
Remove the Clouds.
"What's the trouble now?" demand-
ed the Janitor. "More heat?" "No.
said the tenant of the latest skyscrap
er, "but I want these clouds pushed
awav from my window."-Louisville
An Ignorant Teacher.
"How do you like your teacher,
dear?" little Mary was asked, after
her first day at school. "I like her
real well." said Mary. "but I don't
t-hin she knows much. for she Just
keeps asking me questions all the
time."-The Delineator.

First curtain, 4.15.
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t~e~mPq O Prim POs Pge)
4hautW. es OA I7 recd MummY oM-
- a40 Sew WOOS .ago Slm' V bad
%"~ 0*0 pWWto "m "m e
sot I IL01Ah 84CRaf
- m 1ba int 01 his thir %Walfor
WOWse. /_
abs yMIMU. HamrnywmaeS

trint p# n tadocity
atl ass5U01ehassa tb

DmW F~m EBhod
Tb. oeamrnt deager a=eammtdbe
SOM b* he i to blow" the bullet
ma" the eam"*rine of the uIuad.
'M. m m w etIs tgo ~t sieli
ad th bead as be lbnd Sew4 ovW
a taW&. -ubo lQI entered UNante
d to 1 aembereito
the a the W a ide 01 t~ke
111 11, k mudrkiently sra
to a" tal hisAshsess -at eopnvf.
2tm.Towhodid theshOoetingwas
"AstOW ogmift"In the county jam
at sI I 'I m- dmanfrom the
O"Oi 9 46 Sty. lAbmmmRua. =o-
deed Intoe rteft by Judge Lmwier
m i dyebeor the slwoota, b ls
a temporary pg~mer, In the JAILl
Spmfd R&D .
The %ee Out Homey &ofbeen sw
OWOpreu w ftamtas City,.eemn
before the extiernrAm pup reached
the "meow sec tions of ofte 0"ta"
the 0el var wako1 me bow-
tiiecdwdsIn the lowi-
two ~dhftrhd. IW ccbase In the
Street kne wheVA"sp A"been
=na% f.SWA 9m NO'as p uiout
at a veraOw at tWO ty prMawIle
the cz-4s ulasi In betd 4,1,.
=r~uteto mhe Idami

aey, to a move Wwtof MM GoM
usay, -ad WOresided ho.'. snc 17
1. 48 vymows4d A apd newlyt"a I
Trevser Wa'&his 'mfo
he GO eda
tw'y~'sseti~ fareubent Of
~ .m~t~ebe beeUmem-
- Ito the I" n4 1l b I
The cansccaeSeawa mty ~
naft to-the peleafer lwMhs wPEst
-. W 9 lom-me-m a
tme 1Sn
mhe I& tae16199
W~ee;mlbm a *m so

saft anow af apem t b
Ifddose; ho RbN a__
melts ofI" f _W
Umrlstio ft as SW m b ha

'dl'1that no one ex- prosecution and his answers convey-
4sf. i preconoelv- ed the idea that he had brooded over
Sdetelmatilm tb slay the mas the public reference to his past life to
who had exposed his sins of the past. a considerable degree.
No ofut was made in the statement Some of his replies were as fol-
as made public to associate any other lows:
=p&oa wIth ]Ham's attempt, but it is "What was your reason for shoot-
beTlveoi the prisoner, in the seclusion ing Mr. Heney?" he was asked.
.f 0ft county jail, was during the "Just for humanity's sake," he re-
early hours of the morning subjected plied.
to a more rigorous examination. "Why did you not shoot Ruef for
Hiraim Johnson and Matte L Sull- humanity's sake?"
van, two of the attorneys who spoke "Because Ruef did not denounce
at the gathering last sight, announc- me that day. Oh! what I suffered
ed that they had offered their ser since then-don't talk. I did not do
vces to the district attorney 84 sub- it for my sake. I had to do it. 1
sattutes for Mr. Honey. While mod- didn't take any revenge on Mr. Hen-
eration was counseled by all the ey.
speakers, there were, 4 the outset, "I would talk to myself. I called
aawt-mk-rblm expressions of hostility myself a cur, a coward. I says, 'Why
to the courts and predictions that don't you meet Heney?' What Is my
Haas would not lack far aid in his life worth. I am only exposed where-
demsae. ever I gd.
Plorer Mayor James D. Phelan "Don't forget, Mr. Burns, I got mar-
charged directly that the crime -must ried and raised a family of four chil-
have been Inspired. dren. Now, look at what thpse chil-
Rndolph Spreckels, the millionaire dren have suffered already by my
beaker, who inasced the prosecution name being in the papers. My boy
of the sapervl rs sad Root,. and who was so proud when first my male ap.
hasm been in frequent attendance at peared in the paper."
the trials, said: "Is it not true that you tried to
fIt is time that drastic measures qualify as a juror and get on the jury
were use; to suppress he retgn of when you were not qualified?" Haas
lawlessness." was asked.
ra 11 Dl *h "I am an elector; that is higher
Carefuiy P anned. than a juror. I voted yesterday. I
The police are today convinced that voted a week ago Tuesday. I got a
Haas had planned carefully his at- pardon from Governor Waterman. It
tempt upon Heey's life. In the base- is a public record that I was in San
meat of his home are the marks of Quentin. Why didn't Mr. Heney look
numerous bullet holes, indicating up my record?" -
that some person had been firing at "I wish anybody would come and
a target and neighbors have been shoot me. Let them hang --ue. What
found who recall having head the do I care? I do not care absolutely
reports of revolver shots at various a snap. I had only two jobs since I
times during the past ftotnight. left San Quentin and I was knocked
Added to this is the statement of the both times. At that time there wasn't
witnesses in the court room, of whom more than a dozen people knew about
there are dozens. Attorneys and news- it. I have' been going to the nickel-
paper men, policemen and detectives. odeons to hide myself. It is dark
all appear to have noticed Haas when there.
he was within a few feat of his un- "Heney knew I was -going to get
supoeeting victim. Two private de- him. He must have felt it in his
tectives assigned to Honey an body- bones. I would be as'hamea to live
guards were within ten feet of him, amongst you men--do you think 1
and while both observed the man's in- would be denounced'"
tention In time to spring for his ex-
tended arm, they were too late. Haas REV. CLAUDE E. HILL
b" the weapon within a few Inches m
et Heney's bead when te fired. awl TO SPEAK AT Y. M. C. A.
It is the danger of blood poison from
burned powder or other matter In the The regular Sunday afternoon serv-
M od th t Is munt Seared.i -- v--- u th a" en o -t
Prior to his commlttaPto San Quen- Ices tl occur this afternoo at the
tia ia 1888, Haas was employed as a Y. M. C. A., when Rev. Claude Hill,
traveling salesman by Schlistiger the popular Mobile divine, will deliver
and Greea, wholesale liquor dealers the speech of the afternoon. Rev.
.q this city. On his Arst tri hbe was HUll has been conducting a powerful
40ven accounts aggregating t3,0W0 for series of revival services mince his ar-
eoaUaUon and the testlmsay showed rival in the city. and his address this
tMt bhe tured la two fctitious orders. afternoon will be of interest to many.
he eleetiR of75 la Sain The hour is 3:30 ae usual a aall men
4me, Cal, Ser which o accounting ae cordially invited to be priest.
W ever made, led to a warrant fur
hi arrest on charge oat embeszzle- ARTILLERY COLONEL QUITr.
at. Haas had disappeared before
t mbe-lemat became know. and Washington, Nov. 14-Upon ble
arrested iaarty a year later In application, Colonel W~lam B. I emr.'
aWlpa. I e be at rtt con- ejuaor colonel of the Cast AtR dsty eof
t that ha was -tle4 to the use the United State army, wl8 be

lamPo be b eq *Ut Wny, boer wry rapd He besamo Inue
s as ecmtnefls ma e u to cove to the retired ad ast to eores ew ha
e ie egumy a the had more than forty-two yea f erv.
fagiar e-rt **I 9oIto two IMe, bowim been a fppateg & opi
7en toi% July 1, 8T.tre is".
ser ved s0"atem Yes= so Ile.
ttf WUUtenant. Iban- April,18%1. 1gpt O lag
la i rtha~e - the SMr his sin ce which hk bis91r me 4 has8
Haas *agage ggrefce to On May 1 lat. and has been statimed
the disgraeeef~a **masmi by the of late at Fort Sterea6. Oao.




Grand Master Abernathy of
Orlando, Paying An Of-
ficial Visit Here.


Hon. B. C. Abernathy, grand master
of the Odd Fellows of Florida, is in
the city on an official visit to the va-
rious lodges in this district, and dur-
ing the week he will visit these
lodges, being accompanied by delega-
tions from the city lodges.
On Monday, the 16th, he will, ac-
companied by several grand lodge of-
ficers, visit Naomi lodge at Rafford
On Tuesday the grand lodge offic-
ers will pay an official visit to Oak-
land No. 18, Idlewild Rebekah lodge,
No. 14, and Thelma Rebekah lodge,
No. 15, at Bagdad.
On Wednesday at 8 p. m, a reunion
of nine subordinate and four Rebekah
lodges in this district will be held
at Rafford hall, corner of Baylen and
Belmont streets. The following pro-
grmm has beep arranged by the local
committee for Cae occasion:
1. Address of Welcome-A. H.
D'Alemberte, grand warden.
2. Vocal solo, "Dainty Dorothea"-
Anna Barnum.
3. Address, "Odd Fellowship,"-B.
C. Abernathy, G. M.
4. Violin solo-Miss L. Fulghum.
5. Address. "Spirit pf Odd Fellow-
ship"-Rev. J. 8. Sibley.
6. Vocal solo. "'Neath Florida's
Blue Sky"-F. R. Hicks.
7. Address, "Sovereign Grand
Lodge"-T. C. Watson; grand repre-
8. Male quartette.
9. Presentation of 25-year veteran
Odd Yellows and the adult -nmem-
bers of their families, als-o visiting
Odd Fellows, are cordially invited.
Thursday, 19th-Offlcial visit to Me-
cwhanm lodge No. 8 and Maxnolia Re-
bekahb lodge No. 11. ofat Warringtou,
aL. On this occasion several 2.5-
year veteran jewels will be awarded
Friday. 2eth-Ae official visit will
be made to Muscoree.
Saturday, 21st--Oclal visit to






Look around you, you* 11 see "all
kinds," all sorts of colors and pat- 0
terns, M. & O. garments stand out
by themselves for style and economy,
you should see the values in

., n's Suits, $10 to $20

Our Underwear, Hose, Htts and Shoe

Stocks are at their b:st right now. See the line

of 35 and, 50 cents Undetgarments.


Change Now and Save Doctor Bills.

Reed's Shoes

are extra-ordinary values,

once a wearer of M & 0. merchandise, always

a customer



tat -at is to t #a fs 40


321-323 South Pallfox. Opposite Plaza.


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~Im.Now. 1C4.-P. W. Q.
5wIhmof, the adhob rad~y 49..
MR a OWt of th~e inhPaeny rom
Uaa.W. laulat ou NIW'. D&'U.
~ Tuesday. ?be sacoofter
ia Thuaw I* te tasem
tMA gU the boner and

R. H. IAttlefleld visf t Peusacola
Monday, returning Tuesday with a
stock of goods"' or hie comm.ieuary.
.6is now prepared to supply the
*wats of 1is friends. It is to be hoped
he will be Hberally patronized, as he
S bees unable to do anything for
the past 16 moth on account of ill
Rev. Mr. Campbell and 'wife and Dr.
Ward atteded church at Holt Sattrr-
day and Sunday, 'returning Monday.
The schoner VIol, Capt. Weekly.
wuted frnm Pensacola Wednesday

'Miss Mattie Littlefleld has been on
the sick list for the past week.
B. F. Weekly was a Peusacola
visitor this week.
'The launch Bell. Capt. Brooks, was
at the Davis, Mooney and LAttlefield
landings with freight Tuesday.
Dr. H. M. Ward was called to Boggy
on professional business Wednesday.
P. L. Hand returned to the Pryor
mil Sunday evening.
oRbt. Brown is catching plenty of
fish now.



We Are



To Supply the Main

Items For



Sarah Beverly, alias
and Josephine Bake
have been arrested
thorities on the chh
terns from the beside
lock on North Davis s
of Sara'h Beverly .wb
!Friday night, was t
;the recorder's court .
*county authorities.
Josephine Baker w
terday and her case
the recorder's court N
when it will also be t
county authorities.
Four of the ferns
the police and carrie
having been taken fr
the two negro won
have been identified b
For your be
whole box of go
75 cents, at the C






Bids for laying a handsome new
marble floor in the corridor of the lo-
cal postoffice were opened Thurs-dav
by government officials, and forward-
ed to the department at Washingzon


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Copright 1908. The House of Kuppenheincr. Chicago.

The Clothes You Want

E like a man who likes himself well enough to insist upon what he
wants-and nothing else. We are not running this store with the
thought of changing the ideas of thinking men-but of conforming
to them. Tell us what you desire in a Fall Suit or Overcoat. Our
salesman will not attempt to argue you out of your intention, but will show
you how closely we can match your wishes.
For Kuppenheimner Clothes include a style for every sensible man's taste.
After you've bought. That's the time our word means the most. When you
pay for a suit or overcoat the transaction is not closed: it's just opened.
We are responsible to the purchaser for ,every Kuppenheimer garment we selL
The makers are responsible to us. There's no lack of faith anywhere.
That's because clothes made by The House of Kuppenheimer are worthy of faith
-yours, ours, theirs.

Cor. Palafox Aor Palafox
and Main IANSO N and Government
Streets. CASH CLOTHIER, Streets.
Phone 287. Ppnsacola, Florida. Phone 476.

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F's New Method of Reducinw
A news iteni froni Pris informs us that'
[IT *Wtine American method of producing a slm. '
trim figure. is meeting with astonisninm
I Success. This system, which lha- made
such a wonderful impression over there.
muet b-, te. Marmola Priy-cripti'n Tablet
method of reducing fat. It is saft- ta, sayl
that we have nothing better for this pur-,
LATpoe in this country. Anything that will,
reduce- the exce.s fleh ma pound a day I
without Injury to the etomna Ing of wrinkl-. t,-. help of ex'.rcw 0 o,
EN ARRESTED ditlng, or int-rfert- witi .on-' meals.
iA a DmiWhtv important and useful addition i
to eivil:zati.n's necesitirs Just such a*
catalogue of good results, however. follow
MBER FROM A the use of these pi:eRtint. harmless and |
economnical little fat rt-iui-ers. \Ve say
NORTH DAVIS e-on,-rni-al, )et-als' M-n rliol Prsecriptiol I
Tabhlts. madee in a,;;itc' with tht- fa-
mou.s prescriptionra vann hI. t,bltailTed of any
druggist or the niakkrs. the Marm.!a Co..
Detroit. Mich.. for s .'.ntly-five cents the!
hlrg-e ase. which is ;: l-,idiedlly c(-onomli-
cal price considering thu numlKtr of tab-
s Ella Weathers, lets each case contains.
r. both rolor,.d. ________
by zhe city an- ------- -_ - -
Irge ol stalling for consideration. it will be known
nee of Airs.. Med- probably within ten days who has re-
street. The cas' celeved the contract. Work In placing
ho was arrested the floor and base wi'l be commenced as
transferred from soon as possible aft,'rwards. The b;d-
yesterday to the ders and the respective amounts were
as follows:
as arrested yes- B. A. Davis. $1.50s; F. M. Willia:as,
will be called in $l.t.7; C. H. Turner Corstruction Co.,
Monday morning, $1,543.
transferred to the
Call at the Imperial Cigar
d to the station. Stores and see their display;
rom the home of of Christmas pipes.
ien. The fern-
v U- ^Mfdiln k

J. A. Jones-In Illustrated Melodies.

Bingham & Thornto,&--Travisty Artists, Singer
and Dancer.

Life Motion Pictures, with effects.
Matinee every day. Doors open 3:30.
rises 4 p. m. sharp.

Admission, 10c to all.

Three night shows-7:30, 8:30, 9:30 p. ns

Night prices, 10 and 20 cents.


Life Motion PictuAs and Illusuated Songs.

New Reels of the Very latest ana Best Pictures Daily

Children's Days Mondays and Thursdays, from
3 to 6 p. m. One child free with each paid admission.

out succeO
The local fishermen's unian offers a -A
reward of $26 for the recovery- o! th,'
body. The search for their body will
continue today. S T
Under Lock and Key WAS
B. Gerson's Store
Stock in hands of (. WV. (Grooves & By Condic
Watch, Wait, Until Wed- "-- -
nesdav. November 18th


t C. Packard.
-" an-ass f

The great annual waste exhibited year by year to its mass. would ulti-
O TR.R in this immediate region from fires I mately .bring about a condition of
i- .one calculated to adversely affect It can be safely stated that this
this part of the country "- a degree custom of burning the dletrts of the'
not apprehended except the matter summer growth is the primal cause
V have serious thought. of much of the crop failure which now
ablaze from early fall through the the progress of agriculture here-
winter and far into the spring time, about.
I mous quantities of humus are destroy- understanding is acted upon, that each
-- ed and immense values effaced, and every blade of dead grass, every
MORIS I. ROBERTS AND HARRY The character of the soil in this stalk of cotton, corn or cane, and, In
Coastal Region is such that what fact, every falling leaf which flatters
W. MATLOCK TO CONTINUE would be of minor Importance' in oth- from its bough to the ground as the
er sections here becomes a serious frost comes, holds that for whici the
THE!R JOURNEY THIS MORN- waste, and in the majority of in- soil fairly groans, and which, return-
stances rises to the magnitude of a ed. would add big values, and when
ING, GOING FROM HERE TO MO- public crime. Particularly is this the whole countryside begins to act
BILE. true of the forest fires, which Invade on this line of belief, then will the
the growing timber and ruin vast filt great step of value be taken for
-- uantitles. without a shadow of bene- the vital good of this territory.
fit in any direction. A "city beautiful" is of unbounded
Morris I. Roberts and Harry W. The native grasses are all of them value and deserves the keenest In-
Matlock. amea'eur globe trntters, who lieht in character and carry but lima- terest and the most generous support
have bcien in tne city fc:- about two ited values for fattening cattle and of every well wisher of Pensacola.
weeks., will leave tIhi- nirning for kipe. How limited is this strength is,The wide cultivation of shade trees.
Mobile. T;ey hlEt Wilin.i.o,:. 11)-- shown by those cattle which roam 'of worth and beauty, is an item in
aware. several weeks ago c.- a waser ('pen areas during the winter months which all can wisely join.
'.ade by an athlt-ie (lu'b f that city. :and seek to extract a living from An "Anti-Fire Association," worth-
a::d they agre-e to visit a number oif the stemus of dead grass which every- Ily arranged and widely supported,
cities in tho United States without here abound. When the winter sol- and backed by an earnest public opin-
- heginu. stcaliang or accepting free stice has passed and the .springtime pan, properly supplemented by fire
itansjportaiion. They are expected to appears. the cattle are but mere shad-, wardens, who understood their du-
earn money enough to d fray the ex- ows and stavger about, weak skele- ties and had the nerve and courage to
V--nse of the trip. buO the agreement tons, because there is not the slight- execute such duties, would be of in-
docs not prevent them trum beating ,est degree of nutriment in the dead comparable value to Pensacola, to Es-
their way on trains. and dried gras-tes on which they have eamibia county, and to rtae entire Gulf
During their stay in P.nsacola t-ley been undertaking to live. During the Coast region.
appeared ai the Orpheum theatre, brief period when this grass is of
telling their experience. and also I value it affords a high degree of Stachelberg's famous Ha-
did .nome work for the government at strength and promptly imparts to the
the local forts. -.razing cattle and sheep fat and Vana Cigars will be sold in
Sweet Pea and Nasturtium! in order to remove the blanket of special Christmas pickings
Sed 'ust received at D'Alem- this dead grass from the ground It by Imperial Cigar Stores.
Received a e-has become the prevailing custom, in
berte's Pharmacy. Phone 109.1 this entiree region, to apply are to BUILDING PERMITS
this waste and thus rea.u it to coal ISSUED YESTERDAY
ad ashes. As these fires rage theyUE YET RA
Si not only burn this waste grass, but The following permits were issued
Invade all manner of rotting detrins. yesterday by Building Inspector Ren-
and screen into fences and destroy dall:
NOTt thi-so. and bridges, and carry wa.te i To H. L. Brooks to erect four one-
and desolation everywhere. story dwellings, 20x25 feet, with an
rT L0n T D The prevailing soil is of a light, I ll 10xl11 feet, on West Jackson
-andy nature. and freely drains away street near I.
those elements which wouid properly To George Bell to repair a wooden
ILadI LJU T I l to irs fertility. This waste gras.A. building at the corner of Alcaju and
otroan stalks and those .,f corn and Intendencia streets.
rice, and the waste of sugar cane. all To estate of Wm. Hayes, to repair
FISHING SCHOON--R ON WHICH afford a volume of humus for which the building at 913 North Pala&ax
th., soil is grredy, and which, added' street.

--- Back to Health
The fishing smack Prances and Lo, By taking a *o-rt course of Hetetter's Stemaset lUms
;ise, Capt. Couz e--. ca which Jchn Joh without any further delay. It Is compounniea faet te
son, the cirf witness in tae cas3,e tuestnreentsdn thse recegnized by mels
the state vs.!cCn. Fillingim an as g t
Maloney, charg..d with tr-,oa, was saiG. orans, buildia p rn-dow systems, elugte
i to have made a I:!p 1o the fishing bowels free f.oi cdstiieuss p n d psoms. g g epa s
grounds, has arrived in port, but John *
son has not been located since her I
arrival. H Mosttter's
.At the begin ing of i he present term H ost tt r'
o: criminal court Judge Beggs ordered
the arrest of Johnson, who had beem toac is
summoned as a witcss in the above C!e
case, for his failure to appear. \\'hen tMMoGs a te e.eAt xsie>ln Ww 0 a.
be i. located by the officers Jchnso been tested a 4 rt for yerns. Tbs et
will be arrested fcr contempt of viom ou tme it erv a talr trial t neawp -
court. Peer .App i,-.gdes,*%wM ,
Wh:ien Capt. Cooney was asked it Heslwn. Coeveam, ,
Johnson r-ade the trp to the fishing plets, CoeIds. QAIrppe il'il Pr*
.r-uni-- with 'tini h- refr.ed to con- Om*t accept anythi **w l MtO *.
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Overture by Orpheum Orchestra.
Lawrence P. Wall-Singing and Talking Come-
Wade & Reynolds-In a Singing and Talking
Sketch, "Ticket Seller."

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st fellow a
od cigars for
crystal Phar-

The Thanksgiving Feast

The wise providers for' the household will come here

THIS week and place their orders--Don't delayL

Turkeys, Ducks-Finest of Meats, Vegetables etc.

Quality Right-Price Right.

The Parlor Market




The body of Henry Gayle, who was
knocked overboard and drowned
Thursday night from tile smack Nau-
tilus his not been'found. Searching
parties made a hunt for the odxty yes-
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Twenty- Five Dollar P urch*ae

'o. Sales Promoting Company took over Sam Rosenau's entire stock of Crockery, China, GlasSware, Silver, Tin and
a ten day sale. We will sell for cash only every article in our stock at 75 cents on the dollar. We have prepared for
pp trade ever known in Pensacola. and. we are going to get it. Everything we can see or hear promises a booming

S.aiiid ~~o ome Furnishings at the
ofthe eason, -
Special attention to Hdtels, Restaurants, Saloons,
this sale will be cared for till Christmas for delivery.
This pMge tells a little of the story about the sale,
until you come into the store and look for yourself.

right, prices. .
It affects the very goods now most in demand.

who need their supply of Glassware, China, Dishes, etc.

other papers tell more, but the full importance of this

- Bargain prices atthe very height







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Special Toilet Set Sale.

Toilet Sets,
Toilet Sets,
Toilet Sets,
Toilet Sets,
Toilet Sets,

10 pieces, will go at .
12 pieces, will 9 at.
12 pieces, will go at.
10 pieces, will go at.
10 pieces, will go at.

0.. 0 #..e $3.

Staple Tumblers ........................... ..2c
Goblets ................................... .4c
Seven or twelve ounce.......................$5c
Decorated Blown Tumblers ............... ..c
Glass Celery Trays................. ...... ..Sc
8-inch Glass Cake Salvers. ........ ...... .10c
No. 32 Glass Lamps, Complete ..............20c
No. 37 Glass Lamps, ............o.. .........35c
Wine Glasses..... ..... -........ W. ........4c
Finger Bowls.............................9c
Glass Butter Dishes. .. .... .. . . .. 10
Glass Sugar and Creams.....................-Sc
Lamp Chimneys, No 2. . . . . . . . . . . 4c
Rochester Chimneyt, No. 2.............. ..... Sc
Lantern Globes................. ......... ..O.c
Double Side Wash Board..................10t:
10c Rolls Toilet Paper.......................4c

We have just received a shipment of Ice Boxes, and will'positively sell them at 25 per cent less than cost, TEN DAYS ONLY
Decorative Porcelain Vases, Statues, Candelbras, Plaques, Plates, Etc. A complete line of Lamps for oil or electricity, suitable for piani
desk. library, drawing room or boudoir table. Lamp and Candle Shades. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, AT 10'A. M.

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Street, Pensacola, Florida.

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f srad Fare Fifty Miles With every

Sells and Sells Quick.
Advertising decorations under personal supervision of H. B. Loeb,
Southern Manager, office 311 Woodward Building, Birmingham, Ala.,
.who reserves the right to name the prices to turn it into money in a rush.
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Children's Hosiery

At a Saving
a or more.


Children's 15c Hose,
this sale . 1 C


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Hose, this
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One Bale of Brown Domestic
The 12 to 25 yard pieces, this sale's4c
extraordinary price . .
This is only a sample of the savings. ayard
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Embroideries,Center Counter'
A fine line of Swiss and Cambrics. O,,
You '.better. be early and lay in a 4C
stock: worth 8, 10 and 15c, this sale.a d

C licoes, Ginghams, Yard-Wide Brown
Domestic, best 6gc kind, per yard 5c.,


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Orders Filled; cash
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-Our Gteat Shoe Sacrifice Sale

Think of I
Ditman Shoes
Allen's Shoes
forl.Child ren
Utz & Dunn's
Ladies' Shoes
at reductions
that enable you
to save the price
of one pair on ev-

See show window for Men's $2.50 1 069
Working Shoes, this sale .I*
Fleece- Lined MEN'S UNDERWEAR33c
to go while they last, per gai-ment
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SERPENTINE CREPES For Monday. 25 Pieces
el% .14fd to" .6a

N. -,s "-nized Politics

iyeiL ong Fight for Toga

*^.ll ll| ^^******* Would Soon Be Recognized
iS euiatu Ne }OW~ as One of the Senate's
S- *Best Speakers.
".'- ,:..'- ,,- "- ....- untry lawyer twenty years ago.
-- " ""-Given "b t-r-wre case." he "
S-- .- ... ------- A "*nsted" th ii trust and became ta-
AJE NON AS o as the .onest wyer. AS GOVERNOR HE
.Q. IIU.,. .... L AW Became candidate for the United
~ tates- snate, but was defeated. -
Became candidate for governor and
i "h was elected.
Sor Va- Was re-eiected twice. For Eighteen Years He Has
.0 ws e ecme ldate for senate whe n g
:. '.. B.Bt He AS~fiA- .on died, but leseislature dcad- Been Struggling to Get
HeWd ate Beenelocked.B Struggling to Get
S-Submitted candidacy to primary
S Wouldn't Lobby. w to Washington.

.J. C. WevT. in P Before his term was ended he an-
721m&) ly to the supreme court o0 the Unit- noune himself again a candidate for
-1 a M Inteit. ye OAtB or States. Someties the young law- senator, and in a popular primary, in
&h6 ar.*t at a t rkt Fyer was beaten, sometimes he won. which he ran against a man who had
-m'w S mflly stal d I1 tn Tie contest continued for years, and been senator for a period as long as
at last a sweeping decision waq ren- the lifetime of an average man, he
8*0. B plet evft5 dAred whiet determined the rank of was just barely defeated.
ti thfe iI n, S iV poWlt to the young lawyer. He had "busted Then there was a new turn. Death
a i 1mm Us0 of at Ameidnts. the trust" laid his hand on the aged senator.
A brbisvm lr trat =Ad It- He Wevkhnt Lobby. There was a special session of the
t -- -l tO i wet The young lwyr became attorney leIslature. which failed to elect any-
s ar us. who at Ithat tm e reeUlrd for. variow ralrft ds and other big y Elected by People.
t.lw .W to him I ew empire e Interests l his state, but ae wasn't go it was agreed that the smnator-
la l3id the Wtlm_--- Thb aa orthodox ratheas lawyer for his ial succession should be submitted to
0 ad 0 n e0t 8 oWtal 9La 0ss4m tleOw. He would-t lobby. He would the republican voters in a primary
Luan"t s-d lt I ddtsMG 1 td p leat- hise ems, but he wouldn't Ibbby, test. Each side presented its candi-
y Lm10s0y. It ws IaVM 9 tKTat whiWk was very irregular, because he date, and when the votes were count-
0 tfieat t hU-s"' aud 1 at had oeme to be a & osd 4eal of a po, ed the trust busting lawyer.goversor
S the at e* rate 1 P thei, and his 1inflooence" would had been overwhelmingly --pi-ted
t p ~t e the have ben a ne asset "eore legs- and the legislature was an4r.Acted to
'.. lative ogqmattto and conventions. elect him senator.
M*Wa s deeply y T.he lawyer finally deded He will be chosen, by a special se-
staw '10 br nd 1'a thO there w86 too much "lUSooece" sion of the legislature, in a few days.
- wetrn Iate it to take' is politice, and- announced that he He will come to Washington when
_t tmo a as e tcve l6ht. In wa W ong to rat for senator. He congress meets, to be swoa n i for
arf pf"ar state the iaMepeadent dMaIt lfte the Bion et the railroads th# office for which he has been fight-
bar*ed wir ft ries were be6g dos- eleetlag the senator. and concluded to ing for eighteen years. It is believed
aed- de by -e, because thelbust eith- test the matter out with the people. to be the longest fight any man ever
er-4nader"t then or else ot out He ftmad a surprisingly large num- made for a senatorship.
lt- M th r r oee bes, at of people who agreed with him, He will be a fighter when e gets
th4.__ ._An I ys the dsa his Im e ms e the state develop- to WoJintg*oh He will be reeogals-
tmo -oU ua ep a e mn or leaders ed a, sharp dson ainto factious. ead, after he gets used to things, an
to mrnt ap juver wham pi4 Whan the s wa oyer he had one of the great lawyers of the e
ea eouM u oe edad -et him t' eted a ma art of the legislature ate, aad as one of its great speakers
a e -, pi, ad to s et him for senator. Then it win be discovered that he
la. But the oWpftn boht off three Ism heterodox political views; that he
T -e -m Ktee tried out two or or mea Sad be was defeated. votes to please himself, rather than a
V,, lawame. who tailed to make -Cmma Ior G ew or. coterie of party managers. He will
T K 4Th 1" eia s a last eft Iatead otf qluOg the .yoY g man be busy, and more or les trouble- -
tsat am OR l a r was re tered to manmouced, a ow days later, that he some.
a yveumanga a'h had beea praetle would be a cadidate, for governor. He will be written .up by the sode-
tag law 'I the eaptal city of the There was auther" yeM4g fght for ty reports as the haade.ans-t man 1n
, ta- that itahmaml The b*etlmal lines congress, tor he has always suffered
.,We're to that oast were sarpr tha ever. More In politics because he labored nnder
tlp _,' sa*t t- o. 1 ~a-44e1 was Wm ed into the charge of being handsome. Some
0w th 2660t 15the. Upstart lawyer, day eq will break loose and make a
_f _ s u- .iB. they _s-i d At him a lU0g real speech, and then he wfl be writ-
be'ha waM n ealmatedj ust tea up a the great new orator of
"w g. aBt a tm are that in minata--ln a cavenStton congress. A little later there will be
$ y-. f c i-s f toprve it. -NjI as aNchu Imfe as mob as a knotty point In coastitational .law,
Bo.r a Ot take tM be 4lt- a deliberative body. He and he will explain it, and get reeog-
T? *'t; then reemoinated nation as the new. constitutional a n-
ik- a4d ideHed that a- thority.
.1 cha e ue to wlt It. At eae a two term his fllow- And about that time It wwl burat
a 0d ooe that rHe n far a third oAi Washlagton and ti comtry that
aua a m It"atai. u-rgeoedsated, but it Iowa's long factetional fight haes end.
49t10 ^*sto iate .>nihef' gy .hmise-scutb-ho -^fth with ton Migadg n a A4 b .
e coets, sad weat IWpStisS. iam, aa s.. Cummins a te seaste. me]
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Wear guaranteed a splendid value, at
$1.35, only 90o per yard.


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Dress taoods, all Shades
36 and 38 inch widths, 50c yard.

Special Sale Monday
on all

Ladies' and Children's Coats
Don't miss it.

25 Dozen Children's Muslin

Sizes, 2 to 12 years.
Best quality muslin neatly tucked.
Only WIO each.


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The imttMememio use has uan meeamseetment of High n rade Plames Ias= *ta a.rei60Mg offeredd at oewr-pries
and em rg"er mV1ty paymeuis thm Be--b w-: Elwp% ye=B Swvenstue
The elebemed Apeole Player p1m. p the othe we have i several @W&es P1ees from O. toSIA seo terms.
SAnyose east opersaft eem. These pMeW hWe v-I Impseved to thMe last fword In s *uOu tch am expwmieft. They.,m not nesbhanal
and s 1ft 1 Mtleet themoeet eswprt mu woletan oaentt detect the difference IbMtween the player piase Maed n-a" yed by an art-
is Is- @(a the beft aseele at yea isomaad utesinftly.
Have e the no EwAleen Ambeel Reseed? They play twies u -g as the eld rseed. L -L as tell ye about them.
9w-1m; -so gei ti.W A letI -- .used* ad- e hep -. ..S

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N aaanlL i atee river. will be made with a view to deter- *nm m iu tnf ,
whteih TpUall h m a. WIstel y li to the mining the most feasible and grae THE MSOUTH I PALAi5m
lfH. IS lig "i dequaie tse river ticable pla n for draining the whoe
.la je lam. or a part of the ZEverglades, In which .
V0114 t. ohen The wi also be taken Into account their 1
depth st-etwural earetr eC t ~ probable agricultural value when
soil has not e determi" nor df Ited. It 4I expected that the In- .-*, ___
"* e~~utdles 1O 1y. a -sseei aErettilattos already begun will be
plaPtatle, s atl d Y0ga S coattuaed until some deAnite coaclu- member so long as they sball ve. fell under the aim of the bunterso. |Sg to v. nw.aan
ag. north ofW Le but.1lO1 hamve been reached a poa 1 of. The hunting feature of the trip was and nine wild turkeys were bagged. The amase wa
'sew ab~m40d, that the aoubtftll aad determined tae centered about thirty-six miles from A large number of quail, doves and Ib drege auding Aft)
the maek-sott in. that w cality when tors pertaining to the drainage of the the West Coast of the state in the jack-n!ke were aloo killed, and the wer. Te ch
S ain About te drained ,sdm r ae f *a lorda Everglades. dence verglades, where the greater hunteis state that the Everglades in ways f the Tampap
l pT e r wgastty gasamtity. part of the time was spent. On the that particular section is full of all ehte Werks la 1he Hl]
SThe* stati f *of tt2 2 rl age They Take the Kinks Ot. way to the hunting grounds, the voy- kinds of game. The high water pre-d by
W m Uhdertaen' by chalaels laUWs tarrltorY, the control "I have used Dr. Klang's New Life age was almost entirely by water, part ventec, to a great extent, the further M I-M I lalllll trl a* _
S'^ .... -' of the water-.level In soils' ofa muck Pills for many years, with increasing of the route being covered on board siveesk of the hunters. It was almost besides
the Sa Of peat character, r. the aiSaat ot satifactll m. They take the kinks out the M. S. Moreno. owned by Mr. H. impossible for them to approach a M r J. L
sbrinkame where dralake is accom- stomach, liver and bowels, without Dale Miller, clerk of the criminal deer through the water withoirt being ____ A. J. KMlght, Hon. E.
psh d, are yet subjects of specula- t s or friction," says N. H. Brown, court of record. detected by those wily animals. and Chai Ea'Eagle, WaHa
known a t- da glade lands whose pro- of Pittsfield, Vt. Guaranteed satis- When the party left here. the when onc dected by the deer, Ihe Vessel Christened b t. the Tau Tribae,
the la nd i e v m dli Ppertles have been tested factory at all druggists. 25c. first night out was spent in the vicin- hunters turned elsewhere. the -fTmpa Tiaes, aa
a e the ttle g eof Soldier Key, where anchor was At Chooloskee. two more in McKay and. Will Be Used ftlot thm lcal
sl r e the seves nyar l Ist at t the b rder of the great swamp cast. An earlyvstart the naid thmtrni.g ro
"-"= .........ta-*M% a-.. .i. east. An early start the ne morning beis joineft the hunting party. Mesrs.a
w.. .wich. dSiAh-- r l ot muock lands. and In this found the Moreno and its band of Ward Roberis and J. Mathews, thus frie ds wllle bere that
wtht ch iar lea Ospet e tLW o 41-hnlr to those hunters in the locality of Long Key, making In all, sixteen in cam4>. One in Everglades. a few days ca the leg
later b vafti i the tlrior. as faa examine where it was decided to remain untit of the features of the canip life wa. la extra scslos.
reportms.ia iS the Selent f.c A w Whi e._.losed his asect baer.d f the next morning. The early mzxing that but two nglhts were all the mem- A special from Tampa says: Gov. i-haee via the Seabi
......t- l-s-ooor EVlfA D was spent in fishing be.s i, camp. i-Ive of the party were Broward arrived here this morning
Its eclamation for farmui gnl e8 Florida mIs bsgal to dredge the RThe next morning, anchor was lost two davs, and at other limes dut- and this afternoon witnessed the The Hme Ci
.ahteen generally regarded as c hanne from tjh ld of NWg river, weighed and Capte Sable made the oh ing the hunt. other member wer. launching of the first big dredge built "You don't suppose
sb or at least so visionary as' at Fort uderdW6 en the east coast. ject point. Arriving there, the party lo-i for hours, and only found camp by the Tampa Foundry and Maehine ers because we need th
er no attenton until reeatly. ortheaterly to the southern border was enlarged by taking on Messrs. after miles and miles of travel. For' Works for the work in the Everglades. claimed Farmer Contos
pr lmalnarr work for ItsM a of Ilke Okeeehobee,- Be st move Eugene, James and Meleh Roberts and a hed,. the lost hunt-rs hunted a dry vCapt. James McKay christened the had some such idea,"
in u9w tod -by the statein a19W Is made toward the drainage of any Robert Doughit, well known yotuing t t atid there si pi till dalig-ht the new dredge, which received a rink- man who had venture
sha y cerltiied In many q ua considerable portion of the Ever- INTERESTING EXPERIENCE OF A men of that. place. The hunters then uine dav. The gaue n i nl-it.l-- ing of Tam:a's pure water as'Capt. "Not at all. We just go
11111111111s,- 0 io h. Thrj e glades-these and other undetermined went on to Chokoloskee, where ine-ion served them well for tire,1 and McKay gave it the name Miami, ac- in from town to keep
Is t J u tlM 7 ast in a& g 0 math tters essential to the ultimate sue- PARTY WHICH SPENT SEVERAL .foreno was abandoned an-i a launch hungry a.s hey we re. w eat without companled by the expression: from devotin' all their
S=w the ofn thl ast reclamation project THERE, Bhartered to pilot the hunters to hb:r v- a.s v.rv aac(eptible.e "I trust that you may prove a bless- our home circle."-Wa
T WIUWsto pre a tll confront the state and other own- DAYS THERE, BAGGING DEER, destin.tion. A number of ,ow hats, T Thhners visi,-d thie c-amra, of __________
e eSaatrv. It i a w au T erg boflanr d to be affected. The state TURKEY AND QUAIL, AND KILL- with the launch Water Wagon, tender H;ily Roobertt,. the Seminole Indian,
t0 W a t ea.It h avoreo-f 6'board, appreciating this state of af- AD A, AND KILL- of the Moreto and the pilor boat were wh.(,.- t-y v. were introduced Io M,'.s *--"
t g the south shore otL ake fairs, has through the governor asked ING RATTLESNAKES OF ENOR. then started to the interior. Trfnc! Billy PRberts and the four day o
y S to the s outh bOs ry 0 that the United States department or by water became laborous after a few I heir of Mr. and M:.r. Hillv. The la ;-
tb -tte, 5.000 square miles It ex- agriculture, through irrigation and MOUS SIZE. miles travel, and the hunters were ter was very much interested in :"-
t and coveted with saw trees otrdrainage investigations of the office forced to haul the boats, through the I visit of the "pale face bearded tribe. ,
extmr lnary -'lhth 1ieed byr of experiment stations. make the mat- snall streams. cach member of th. but her attention was taken upi) mrolL-
Scsttted hlloeks which are covered ter a subject of special Investigation Th' Miami Metropolis says: party wadinz waist high and tuggin' ly by administering to her .pou -v's
wit pl, Dnahnto sad vadoious aub and report. Lst night at about six o'clock the at the ro)e t- which wis attached the snake bite and astendin- to the in-
trici eas.- pUlalu cover* A preliminary examination of the hunting party which left Miami on series of rjw beats and other craft, fant. Another Inikan camp w-as .;trucK i
ad ~h water n arim" depths d-r Everglades was made by J. 0. Wright, the 28th of October returned, after By thi. rime. the party was six!een by the hunters, where they exchanged
1m Me eaUre year. drainage engineer of the office of x- having enjoyed one of the moat novel miles into the 'Glades, having tiheq venison for nr.eal and flour. Thtse
Whenever the question of the agrIeriment stations, followed by a con. and interesting trips in all their ex- handed the bats about three miles to Indians we:'e not as well v r-ed ini j
cultural possibilities of there ver* erepce with the governor and mem- perienees. and one that they will re- a point where wagons coutl tw reach Engli-sh .s. 1ilv Rcberts, but treated'
glade* is rased, several problems pre- Ibers of congress of Florida. which re- ed. Then. two ox teams we;'e obtain- the hunters very well I
seat themselves for solution. O.e is suited in the office of experimeut ed. one froTm a Mr. Dlemerie, anl inn T- xxpr-i,-nce of the hune-. ,d!ir
the rek the excess of water, tationi undertaking an Investigation their from Billy R,'Berrs, a Senmi;ole in bthef:- stay in ;The EKve-gi-ds a *'-"' '
i ikel tlls the largestwawtP which Includes the running of a linte 'rdian. After m:aki.g a trip ef I': -.: < d ,,l :,l v.:'t onp in (.1, A,? -io
are OLt the eUatry-. Not oaC Im there of levels from the west to the east lL.'TXEf iAU -r.iles with the ox teams,v camn, wa ,.:{ -.:-d in wt h:h and ..:'i ; .
an animal rainfall ot80 Inhe"s to be side of the glades, something neveT; wm c ide at a poi-l about thirty-six m:lt. Whi, rh; i;1 not : k -. ho:
considered. but wat is also coutrib- heretofore attempted. This survey ; fom ti- coast. i.e had vid-i>d tonura fc. t
ste by the overtow Ot f Ale Okee- was begun at Post Myers in January One of the features of :h t-rit to anv g-reat ext -nt. .he;ir ..i, t-owe.l
o whih reeiv the drainage last It is in charge of John T. Stew- !can, from Chukolosk6e IlIand was that the sm n dlid itr w.r. T'-..E o.
-t Iess than 5.000 square m'le lart. assisted by Lawrence Bret. the hun dred; uf iakes killed. 1r. th- party who :-:artd from '. re w v re
Sthe northern portion .of the drananlge engineers of the office of ex- H.e Dae Miller killed a ratti esake Mes-s. 'Tom \i. H ovan. ot Ft. .Lau-:
state, a" ba oly one small relief perimnet stations. These engineers about 6 feet and 4 inches in length, derdale-, E. D. 1'. Bi,-r, -f Arch C,-ek
,,,__......... __._ bave a corps of 'assistants equipped n having thirteen rattles. This speci-1 W. E' Nortoo of Lemon City. Ik'
^_^ ^ ^ ^ -or making examinations. The line w M.Vr. -lIlc-: brought home. ioz- Brazelton. W. EnVley Waio:,. WVii -:.; O E U A A
ofllevels, which stars at tidewater ar ens of moccasinas and copper heads ; urdine, H Dale Miller and S. Bobo iThat's aN thee Is to AL.AGA SYRUP-belutely
Sort Myers. will be carried aere s the were killed, and many other soeci- Dean. of Miami The other i-mbers ** ot It all. Just t w M of te ry --et
State. connecting the surface of Lake mens of the harmless variety seen jcined the initial party at Cane Cable ; ane--l dn dery 5a 5. tim t e old planttlee
--y D y star !Okeechobee and the upper part of the m duin the trip. and Chokoloskee. | n a w s o
the m t aEverglades with the tidewater of the P Biy Roberts. the Seminoie Indian. This t L b st hunting party from t southLan So .a as the m'. It
c m~louts oK east coast. EUmnaintions will be made w -"-s bitten on the instep by a laWge Miami to visit that prrticu!ar sec ion! fiea the craving for Vweets ain !grwlm ldMein tI a hee
SO tthe :hy a stractre and depths 'casin, the fangs penetrating a of the Evrglades. ard they all! whceoame way.
t mec o .'osther material overlying d eIi- 1.ti-tk hi lthe shoe. A atplicaltion of who wish to have a geauiue hunt In n d h.,: he to- :,. a. ou d wy- a c.an_ -- AL
the rock wich is said to constitute t urentine was mwake tt the woun .la dease ridermess of saw, th-_ i .v ln h te or c f Ao
-wne sdtwi er e oA lta.arean. -- ater. snake bite ,edloiib w ws- 4fl- It tmirte miles nortbteast 1e, ISc. e, 45s d B a as.
Tb 1hiB saa mIatlata rde at. y amabers ot tdhe abtn. BIbelo Chebausee At as First-claes sGnrs.
0 IU U lJ 1i nurSaloa nast ot Z Uf Je e mhgt "~ao LaAego"a 4CSY RUP CC
4 historcal Brwdaes4 tacJudesanot e t ta> hate. aa took it as 0M Ageoeplishment. --
owl i ns tgtrumental iieeda, o e y i day aar. "rm afraid Artli will never exrel A aba
.agemag- In .Acostructio noon - sn casef*aa ade. the at aarthing. don't vou know'" Noa-
Sconsideration of the subseouent Atersa started OUt la search of bla sense. old man; he s the ben cigarette ______
be havior and value oft we soil for w. . Mrw. an% or 1-tbe As t ien ap. And .tey were successtal in rolle- s our set."-Chicago Record .. -
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Islature to*tW-
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A fine line in both Oak and Mahogany, and
Weathered Oak, ,yolstered in fine inutataon
4ther and prices running up from $10, $11,
17'.50 and $25; $1 cash, balance, $1 per week.


This beautiful Rocker in oak and Mahog-
any, a value at $G-41. A cash, $1.0I per week.
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This andsme Toilt Set, decorated in gold,
a good valm for the money. Ten-piece set $4.50.
Twelve-pce set, $7.00. Either set $1.00 cash,
balance, $1.00 per week.

This store has always stood for the principle
of the "square deal" p pouitie, and everything
that leaves this store goes Pst on the basis of
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IS 01

dollar a week bi

"Buck's Stove

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If you want the most econottical, the most convenient, the most
beautiful, the most durable stove or range in all the world, you will
take advantage of this great offer. It is based on faith-faith in
these truly wonderful constructions, "the standard in stovedom."
Surely, you cannot afford to miss this chance to get a "Buck's."
See them today.


Special for Monday: This large Gentle.
men's Willow Rocker for $16 It's a bugz-.
Come and see -.
Come and see it.

This nice little Buffet has a glass 1480, is 4
feet long and 8 feet wide, 1 draw r for dies and
1 for linen, and a big cupboard the very thing
for a small dining room. Only $85.00 -$1A
cash, balance, $1.00 per week.

This e Iomn Bed h poets 11-16nches, is
full sic. Only $4 $I.00 down, $1.00 per
week. -
We want your business and if you'll give as
half a chnce get itor we're readyto4
you every mmfyint in.he way of eay
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I~im db "4g vlla r.CC
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As at- 10 smi h an law rge
4 s e*W otslA aof belas mar

A& ba-am" sowcesisete

In he a th ue
PRETT S~m~o r OR
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a eof Mrs. R. F.
t tea days, will
ae"as Teday.
.orlokeg rcles,
ut appoasme in

Mho Peakem ~-Ofes UM 0. C.A.
W~inin. W~bno,"Iatde1the via-.
ft New OransAb
%ame ft em icuse-
AD ws~____w-Ai arrival In
sand we isthegusmt of miss
aer to != :r ydoligbtful

A% emi. at Mr. Hersoe T..
CINWAUEIZ. rt of ft M l.,but
*w ldVO Toxsx.will
be -plom O med. 4cbut' t bi
J~sehinin~nw~of that
IOLL 4ftUr-ommo w"at em time
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red brt" -~ IWyagre hasbeen

A mueftlgc thfe en-
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beuathe T. IL A, twowm
ot 4 O.'in bw smotor at the
umommos be"j ul egives attenl.
"e.M s.Iess fteSuoreor o

am WWI- IW SIMISEAustie mbe at
~-Nd~m I.S.a. obi's1. a.
MGM%& T. I- Linus.. max
UsE OILWmk Kayes"Ad

In the semesmylnfg ut Vpw a mbOsee tha- w-ll be attractive
ta anwhite or emS teas to o lgnoredaown. The mosWe was
t While silk aepe de o a be vy qua and was trimmed
wIh smak square clawy et IAapser1 a shown by the
sketch. T7k narrow rest e at m ao f e white taucked talBe, ad about
the base of the collar a tie aC audia was slipped through IUttle fiures
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QUality agfife f-dity aswh first sold siz years ago-

zwery Goodr G4 w- as it on -awe


Oft ANDMRS m ?R.V3 fSUMFere best iudiiuma
IWN 3M H@in OF am 9:10biitb01prI SK T. Coly. NO.
ftfw~a fSeio St.pre, R0em~ah Walker, No&
e nunParkreon1for a;,twees %Wa4,$I eacz,.
youn Ml ady eas ftr lNow Queusm to. Su"W9 o loom .NO. 1. Annie may
SigMtoccurred At as CokW" M(3*Lewis No. 2. Clara Pem. -n. 2.
jest 1aa & 't wo sekfll Boot Iltitlidml, g, it prize,
doom was eam s-din her )inwDr. AXugsta Wilhelm, o_ I$6; secondI
and Jim. S$.'XI U 3rEe e h pUJna 1nttden Mrit mNo. 1. $3;
bt bees bosa and bost... at LMS three- third VuIinm at $1 "O Fimaneia
A5i. -' niNO. 1, &D1owlesNo. 2, u-
..,& .epsr~nW aggyig etofyRuth Cook. N46 74. -
gpegoo folk 11.14 at e club at 8 A apecW im asof- $1 was awarded"
o~~,to whom it .quickfy sin. by Me. ThMWtI to a tot 'who had car-
~ietthat aa evesing of aunoal ta ie rd S&potted Plant three smiles; for
ma. espody. wbe Is&sha b V----
am. -iou oniioolas bevy at iiart NOMADS WILL MEET
Ile ok ung M~ieOMerI q wW Nomads wfi utat the horne
MISS P60ersou. 2 guest or hom er nd Vf Mrs- John S_ Bona4, on the bay-
eentre of Atiscu -ascar~ming to horetmwr~i*w ftensona t 4 o'cluel.
onof te-owflwe rsi leer-A Tbsldea meeting" boa been plan-
atins ct dancI1~ing lonshTh.e bolor- MO. ITe first paper will be on the
Ing of this bchuntMfunlmo dishi cow Un.4Sfd edthe Pet~ae", and4 wtU be
tonsewas Tot-a spiritnie Jm'0 a vend byhi' !irs. W. IL Gonzales I~ra.
which served to schams er BJsn vngth scod u
ty" of lovelinss to, iabiried de.Joe?- entitled, "e "ioSenc;e and
ores. Icmes, eh ed punach were8Oclal CuWte.i'M*11ss Hida Blounm
served.Wi read frona k4*oms froM tab.
-Miss arkeruson who hast been the e4
guest of Mr. end Mrs. G. A. WatmN POPULAR YOUNGQ
for Me pea t~orw eeks. %as bee LADY 10IS IN OWA.
corded the Diowt rqyal Atenon Mir Nina Smith. of this city. who
the exclusive sefts of tec 00 I .j~~
is ylt ml rgreyt that her 0MYPew i Na. ".j0W *MW In Don ha
sac(~ami~rs ill'larn Of W sem'y hnMWhere m Is ,toeUbe 'at an
few-. ftthe Crescent City. ase bif-- WXIS i-made
LlilliAY 1HOUR* Ose o op at &aiuty given in
VanWK CHANM06 alm t c eTbIqthigy, at which
The i-w acme wbich the Pnasa- Of gesto r* 9rowa. my bedw
cola pwbllo library Is to be "Me to MW I~ havingbeen, received by the
the publi se t a= t e rm 1IO S tUEldy. MSGSmith will
to la merub*k. mmd *vm44* 4 ite~n nBoone. lows. WUWvions
In the ee~ The 5% 'a WAR he Itwmst-o pensacosal, V"will
brn .aou mmconveien~t t-. be some -timee ear $be holidays.
in wWch the tIWom maq ewVtoC N AyPT ERNMON 4 S HRE TO
agsoe mama cble Inreaching 06 e0660MOET WITH MOILS.OERQuw.
pie.lsmY wU eaprlemeed by 6S7 Th Mdi ayAft~mum Xlembi'sClub
of Its regular Vatrmn will. meet with Mrs. N. Soievqist at
umU InaMwTNG OF YOUNG h ome at Jm S Iudita"Mon. Cam-
P" IKsSOIIT&ernasatimt Wisot *insinouw ftorasug
~~~~~A Ii,~ f ~~* in6qup"Guinlly e55t loe"t betug
- 'seeastes willbe bold We eewe
Ing at the Net. HISUsdt tIbI I
the services to ewni""'at *. wwvdst. *=ism omi'j
A eor" ia itavtiftlcWIS i4te"We t0 ll1
to bein asudance. r. 3L H. Turner, wbo, Is sOW ser*
tobeIsatsaame.'~ ~ ~In/* preecsu odii
WY ftetu sVM Robert int, Who linebeman
eany" pof baeisat Ike emte ~ ib4 at her issqu Abt Cur-
P~I45~tightby th Minite t areet with a severe 0ow in
Lodgo: Ladies' lismt griss, M~J. Z0. hauI'09
Yaatema-, a burial mohed COU
Cs secondK. MM er Diner,'to0
pWine 11r L. K D v u imXC~ t & 4 r r ~ '
died pen. knife. atimo myfew.
THE FLOWER 5SHOW WAb Km halemh wto eio yIll
SU~qSS IN MANY WAYL. k- eIeI aPt Nb. 318 West Ines-,
sale t Gown Wbk Mclb".street., nck to the oceruwo
selol 2W09 t m*1o- b mdUturned. yeste u rom
a tone JIMI OM at a-* "zgtful visit of
soon, a neat *tm having soesmpas6. do"*dod
as aMonkl. me *wil
defraying exposes"a W '* I .. TEPOMIBEAUTIFPUL.
ezshibIt.- Those which u4 4un- beep! wvale IL women was travel.
sold were sou nt sthM lgSim got a am" cinder In her eye.
school children to St. Astho~y'O inn t i*SW %UICky remoed with a medi-
Vital. celiSdue pet'. Tnetube was tam VI
Following awe the sines, at tin ad wititwew anedltbe eye was rinsed

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NO. 5 South Palafox Street.


out. Otes byomerely rinsing the eye this is a mistake; a tonic eamot proi -
with water a cinder can be washed vent the hair already oose from all- B AZ AA
out. ing any more thna a le a eaa be fa- -
--'- d ,huryuttened back to Its place on a tree by A 4
Never go to bed fee idg hungry, but applying fertilizers to the mote. But The Ladieo Ad f the
eat some light baLuc, such as wafers. the scalp can be so Invigorated by Baptist Church wM.
warmed mik or hot water and brown proper m ag tha the & t les will t urc
bred. A ew daesare not harmful. sret the oils as they s ouda, ad hold a Bazaar in.the Keyer
S---- the new hairs will not fall. It Is al.
An InWratantubeauty conblderation ways advised to cut offvery long hair ildin& COr. C 8. m
is the pIc t o toa head. It should be when It begins to fa The stre gth
tipped sMghtly backward, so a tothen goes into the length that is l et, Palox Streets,
the eyes eem larger. Lowering giving it a new &" more vigorous
the Oh1as au writes, anda alsoa growth. Hair th en I 21st. Lunch will be se" d
a tafncy, fb form- a double chin, ugly, neither is its wunereniness asign01
which is speed bugbe o every of d condition. It Is oly that hair om 10 a. m. to 10 p. ,
womam, ttln orat. that is the least Inclined to be wavy '
If e s--er- -m cold a..ter re.r- or is fue and sott "Nes" much more
l n sudm afromc eroater re d it than the heavy locks. A mall bottle

slpbend.cored t t f r the e costof ando ae kept aon theo y white lig ta.
ar tepen
echea1lry; in ot white wcaesl or made* at the left side there a le ash fall-11
home. After the feet are warm and

t be a w uto herselume in the mat- mm ad with pae a t i
nser. Bt, ta cottn ose will be hed with bnsilk frge. pasw sea-
folnd more conV. ortable than the hard at ust in Twie draped n o Istr imr M I Ij A
thread sale a le- at to e cause cal- bloesoms qn d whereleere s "s atritle WB
loes place to tohm. each of which is bawds of tacked satin awt paseen- i

she *ito knows tit painful feet dia-tucked t"lle. w. ar tort the y;t beain o face In the .leftide a long sash fall-
worM belawi never wear her street rFreign broadcloth ptand upreimen
thoer la the hote ; she will hve among dre with s brie tfrnge. new wn-
oe ar comfortable footgear or all o ter bust line with a cearmln model is .
c taoausadL so maintain her placidity hyacinth blue elaborately braMed a o Aowney's Can adie
of demeanor at all times. self-tone soutache. The wad yoke -
ad apt to cause cland tops fs d the sleeves s taked chion Pu th Gr
Don't alow your cheeks to become cloth in same shade. The fashionable "-- -U^M**, s -
hollow. Of course, to retainthe fll, touch of black appears ti tane feret- .
roan coatoent go. Health is nece ered Plastron a ndbout igek. stock
tosary, but there ar e a number of the

wrd, w never oodar h er street CONCE bro o 25 per stand m.pelbm National m
sheeks arte hoow. For heilse has- The oldenre fabrics for the . w. -
sae s tco rtabledy. ootgse a goo d v ere costumes antio at was Mrs. c. t
C SI S radsno mainain her placidit y hyacinth blue eaborately bra.Midedh.a Lwn s Can ie
of dembefanor at aoin timo bed, for about .flf83t MsPentare oa omde cr.e

teen l s Thw e your c eent to beom e loth in same shade t. Je ep, tteo c per .,
hoaedw. Of coud bse, to retain the ful, touche rft abl ual appeslta the e th-
ple whose health is good and whos oiety at C hicERNING W N.c quart, KosNati ft
chek e hseo ow. For these mao The oldest All*to the diaW. C. T. club ento Miss

th beta going to bed, for about akea 83. Mral sen eah, is am d-d al-
the miatate '.me Mtoo o he ar s ay. esa tr. a ingI-mWhon h j ssattld- c per b. Grega
-ed shea- M be upward-never a-the n.g thae first annual eueaa at the
e awbewad. as the object Iy.s to soce't y eat Ch csset 0e "tc quar

pnke the es and own b t way.-" at dmclub-nvetion Miss
--fr- Mrs. A.te. o -Clark ofd ~dYt saw b ,
Maedy baamwl that f en the ter I sthat the w o f e yLsrenot
, ien a te b-i- a ss l ih st; a -a ) -e ddhatwon=
,t.Ung the w te ad wag"Will-*we It; esiedem us im

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Fine first showing in these parlors

tomorrow. Four of these latest

models of the Fall and Winter sea-

son are in the new reds. The show-

ing of Black Hats is attracting

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"o you want to stop it? Would you O "
like to own a home, paylg for it on l
REALdETtAT aikrnt We- will tl do a Buys a Cottage Home $ 250000)
.beat art of the hill, ecIlngsa" to U Best Residence Section
an easy monthly Payments. In seven
ndirlli .le taru within4yer w4 U cot ny a home a.dOhan ano
Ve y a mileP ot 1ity. C startabe -otta- rent to Vay. Come in and tell us what of East HUU block frm
Good barn. e wate- a you want, and we will tell you what car line; 6 rooms,new,p and p on 40 acres of
A.near. -1ra h, h 000 lend n imn- h ht nd cold water land, on quarter of a nile, southwest of Rob
W ogard chick-pov property Sa tary connections,
mo.n t.a6 0 0<. e., foot front and side gal- An Investment.
e e.1ac adTfo f ta sd g blind fa-ctory and planIng m 1, situated a Bagdad and Penaacsa
tC y Maps. LU i. Br ok D lot. The balance like up -to-date in every way and can be pThased on very
UhAIIHu~IW (Incorporated.) rent. Don't slave for
,HAFIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. 4Pe. d isa" M es aw i-ae Aeete. OFFICE 5 lots on 6tn aye- .THE RENT COLLECTORS*'
S e o)dF lo o a.a WANTED. nue car line, the rAL ESTE, rNTS and LOANS
second Floor Thleen B cheapest property 20 S l St. P me Pe e
,,rr0.-.'."',....po""p"ey26S-- WANTED--To borrw $500. Wili ch pest property.
FOR.SALE HELP WANTED ~ to pay 10 er cent. Good secu rty. in this section $1100
S0 4 FOR SALE. HELP WANTED. A~lr P. Box 245. Iw.ovs-15
,::i"f^rl WAT TOUR OWN PRICD-Oae 21-2 WANTED-A white girl about fifteen POSITION WANTEPD by young man who JDOs W UUIi Jr.a
__ 111- h.p. atl~gWry years old for housework to stay on the has had 8 years practical experience n PHONE A.M. McMILLAN. C. N.
GibeO 4 L. M G premises at night for family of two. Miss steam. laundry and electrical engineering.
i ,T m@ 0, 4 h. Gray Kehoe, 22 West Cervantes. Phone '860. Good recommendations. Will take any- ReMie 34-0 Thleean Building
tm31ko .g m r,, moeymro.15ov3t* thing reasonable. Address E. E. ., Care
eaw swaiBaintagwheel and stand. Journal. 15novlw*
gam a f 0 one Baloa drdge Mar AGENTS--Natura diamonds, nest Imita- -TED
S0 a onad COWc W EoDertn tion known; blr money maker. Send WANTED-To borrow 3200 on real estate
Woltg' Be-dage-: : 8; mI for sample offer (ring or stud) and cata- security worth $50". Address P.O. LO140ST c ot @ t C
at logue free. Natural Jewelry Co., 8M.a4- Box ".'" Pensacola. Fla. 1noAddtf 1P LOST." l*40 nts5.* thg t.
-dSt. s on Bldg.. Chicago. linov ---- PM4 hr nedern hems, 1117 Cervantes street. Large let. T
SC r t BOOKKEEPER with ten years experience 1TRAYED OR STOLEN from Buri Bay- lecatie.
,tag SeDdAo. won broken work steers. TRAVELING SALESMXN wanted to sen wants position. Box 131, Graceville neas's stable at. Big Bayou. a double- $1MB hr up-tadat settage en Eas Strong treet. Large let. *I
weight about 1200 lbe each, and soft drinks to country trade. la y. 15novw breasted dark bay horse. tall and main P a i ,nth.
,I aeh a cow. See or address J. M. $150.00 month and expenses. Manager. S2 bobbed, both ear clipped. Reward for MO take a rom cottage o North Reus street. Bath and gai
A cy. W Car. *th Ave. and 18th St. Madison Ave.. Atlanta. Ga. 1fnov* WANTED-Poeltlon by bookkeeper with return to 710 W. Belmont St. 15movlw* a trm
4_ ovlw* six years experience. E. P. Woods, UIIL IN AL.-PARTS OF THE CITY. CALL
S.- CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYES are paid Chancellor, Ala. 15nov3t* LOST-Priday night, a belt buckle. be- OUR 3,T.
A. lOR -a b -ell pecans, fresh well for easy work. Examinations of tween opera house and North Palafox COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY.
S T. and e P ty. c per pound, an all inds soon; expert advice saple WANTED-To let the public know that St. Rt-ward for return to Sol l'ahn & Co. MONEY TO LQAN IN AMOUNTS FROM uO. UP.
quantity. Phaes 1014. W. E Aesta, 10th questions and booklet 45, describag po- we are equipped with electric machinery 15nov3t
ga '- avenueame aa 1Uth street. novl4tf altions and telling easiest and quickest and employ first-class mniechanion for doing
m s r for a g -n way to secure them free. Write now. first-class carriage work and repair at IOST-S--25.00 in five dollar bills. Liberal
gAply OR SALE-The best grade of Alabama Washington Civil Service School. Wash- reasonable prices. Jar. M. Johnson, Car- reward for return to Room 510 Blount
Si@ W f eaCt at per too. Jenleo at $7. Ington. D. C. 15mvlt riage Works. Cor. Baylen and Main. Old building. 13novlw* .
Sl... .... s Rgt diefery. Stratton Ice Works Hudson building. ,Snovlw* A
-1 aa W t t. 14orvtf LADY to manage our business In OW LOST---On Wednesday. Nov. 4. near REAL TATE, RE TS AND LOA
lgg5don I hto ed hi1 section. Write for particnulars. $12.0o MANAGERS and Agents wanted for the Brent's. a young female setter dog.
li thin We 1 C IN~NNDATI tfor sale cheap, and expens:-~. Sceal u offer of new salt Celebrated Flood City and Tubular Lemon ears and two lemon spots near end No. ,W. T St P n 2
am sr- A O rk at Merchantsa Hotel. .ad $2- rash bonus. J. K. McBrad; Co.. Washers, best on earth for light fabrics of spine. Answers to name of "' by
lt 3nov4t* Chicago. lnovlt suh as lace curtains, ladles' waists, etc. Lou.'" $5.00 reward for return to my
Dreamnt ,B For terms and particulars address De- store. Cor. Roman and Tarragona Sts. w ---- V- .--Ih.. a house near Mrs. WANTEID-A. bookkeeper familiar with part-ent 22, The Flood City' Washer Co., Not worth the price, but I want her. D.
tL., or a" ,ln "W Any,' 165 feet front on the wholesale grocery businep. Must Ltd.. Curwensvllle. Pa. 25oct4sunday* J. Cunningham. 12nov
1. s *- Plus.*bae oade and many be sober and willing to work. Address
h -i 1 -, a a ndl peach trees. Price, $600 Box "'Q," City. 14Dov1w WANTED--Buyers for 10,000 tons of coal. WATCH OHAIN' with Masonic emblem. .. .
g . go or write P. 0. Box "B." 3 Stratton Ice Works. novl4tf $5.00 reward for return to P. F. Ehlers,
: 1E.fii na p*aiMmne lnov2w* WANTFD-Carriers wanted at The Jour- Bandmaster, Pensaeola Navy Yanl.
Gie n st. n, iae r a M l nal office. Apply Circulation Dept. WE WANT to make your stencils and ln0ovlw*
M O- SAL-A-Oal black mare with bar- i keys. and do any kind of electrical or I 1 Id
l --a ---g p W - a n ga !b ha Also youn WANTED--Railway mall cl-rks; customs. mechanical repairing. Barraca & Thomp- LOST--Money by not seeing The Saun-
bas m be bought without employees, clerks at Washlnton. Con- son, -E. arden St. Phone. 20sept ders Mill Company before purchasing
t5 B Palats., pad ebi the b.y. CAOOatltmeNorth Al- mencement salary $00.00. No layofs. material in the buUders' supply line. 29
a t. nov13tf Many examinations soon. Preparation WANTED-Kodak developing and print- E. Garden St. novltf
t avenue. fre*. Write immediately* Frank!in In- iug at Johnson's Book Store. 10novlim*
Tl- gl aW S t ID WU W OODL---I sell It in our 'titu!e. 25. R,. -.ester, N. Y. Snov-m LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN---One 15-
ano ar, t. bt oX 0th avenue, at 40 - WANTEID-Position as lineman for elec- month-old white and liver pointer, Supose W Wjru frame NeW Yws. any ~se wmpl
a, load- all tha one horse can haul. 40c. WANTED-L'. y man. woman and child tried light or telephone. Capable of tak- named Sport. and one 6-month-old white-
Good al rt ae ready out, for stove, in Pensacola to know about the great In charge of smali plantL No reasonable with-lemon -ears setter, named Sam. Lib- and or yo Ia bMon. bua .9- ".' r a-
", Ortor. $3S. etam T~ w ne. Lay in a supy I closing out sale we are having In cloth- offer refused. Addrpsa "Electrician," eral reward for return to W. C. Barr- y al etate that had the rt t
Si, m ee up anu then ometo or Inlg and general merchandise. E. Green- Care Journal. novlOlw* neau. R. F. D., Cottage.H`1l. Fla. 3ioctlm1
S.M@, Soesg o Od a ray. Flowers. at blatt. 139 E. Intendencla St. 3loctim of thkt city, Aat( yoU ,we. p- M| y Mi ilit h
ea $19.00. ae 4, wnoi WANTRlll a-Htlrt or entlem SYSTEM of Shorthand ler PnAYhr gf b l y earned In r a
3 .. 00.-. WaNr. iAet nov2tt1 WANTED-H.stls. ladies or gentlemen. shrt r Exe inoiraher desires PRSONA
'L nana. $5. to canvas for useful household articles. pupls for day or n t lessons. Terms R SO.N iA tainn Wtho ret. waU .'y e lrl.a
Sprim. a 5.0 I.Imam=n LOT OOR. CHASE AND DE. Quick sellers. Good money. Apply 310 reasonable. Address 4' L. H.." Care ..... MA, ,
CN. 'm tVILKJ SR [T. WiR QUIC SALA E. Government St. 4oct Journal. 3. Snov2w SWITCHES MADE, $1.50: S puffs, $1.00;; j tien a goOd 4 ? .
Kupbris'st1an rk tame lolat.0M reAta VMLM M., FRQIKB Ara 25 and 50c. from viotur own comb- i
SNorth th avenue, 4L0. A 1S JNO. N. DAY, 6 KE GAR- WANTED--Carriers wanted at -the Jour- WANTED-Position ia shipping clerk or wings or human hair furnished. LAura Thia is pCasti hIy wit.-iw s a* 4.wt pou In Ku.
' hW. Intealde cla,, .$ MWN BT. nal office. Apply Circulation Dept. assistant stock or grocery clerk, or Whorley. 503 N. Davis. corner LaRua t
JOHN N. DAY, salesman.. Can accePtVt once. Address Phone 123S. 3l iriw bl
Sat d L w" ilf. OA"G drect from ove. ;REPRESENTATIVES to solicit. exclu- P. O. Box .s. &.ovw* _it, and i a l by hom pl ee opin
Sad T.i w In boxes, ITI. per sively or side line. the Saloon. Drug -
R RKENT. N a. A .a e cent each, F. 0. Dispensary and Wholesale Liquor trade POSITION as manager of stores ...I. .,
O.inSags (Nort Hrt-.)- aB XatdaamL Csh with order, ;. L,. for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran- plant. Twenty years experience best FOUND. '" ......
..story dwel....ta, North H.. Brymat la Iek a x 502. Lakeland, F!a. teed under the Pure Food Laws and of references. AddreD. B. Page, Flor- By ihvaterg angs yda.a.ld dh agr,.
..........^...N. .. .i g IeIlnov2w- adopted tle U. S. GvOrnmnt frH. os- ala. Ala. 5novlm* FOUND--Smaredhorse.branded "N.A. w w b d t t .
n 1 dula....North Deu. -;Vi pital purposes. An easy seller. WriteseVA M
nord t.* rooms ......... ....... OR AL-t cryuanthemums for sale quick for prices, territory, etc. Box 294. THE EAST HILL BARBER SHOP. Cor. R." Picda niht r. PCan a and Rmaat which
2F ry dwelliUs" Ith PaW. at 11 W. Remana. or phone 1640. 9ovington, Kentucky. 25octlA- 9th avenue and Wright street. solicits Friday night. Can be had at u advetb wh
0 ms............................ M 11novlw* .. your patronage. Chdle- especially Co., bypayng cost of advertise- Lt*
1 1110011.)w s p Pvlted. Good care taken. Chas. Licata.lrnot
T. Oa e sSAL- oa i Ap liP.-horse BOARD AND ROOMS. proprietor. nom i
2'. W7 Neth em? a l . .*- BOX t, mCal Firye.. 1 lOnovw* WANTED--Everybody "to know that we L" ."
,0. 52 West ag ea. 7 reaso .... M.1 w NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. are running on full time and turning out -MONEY TOI A A N ,..
I*. ms Weet teodenlte. 7 reeaO M.SO OB SALM OR RENT-My home fur- private family. Use of gas range. Ap- frst-class material for building, promptly.
Ws. West Moima, 1aaoma .. mr a unfurnished. ctmsisting of ply 230 W. Government St. ISnovlw* Your business solicited. Saunders Mill WE have $ n. 9r9I -anteed, first
No. 42 West Romana. 4 roones... 10. MO, Now City Tract. Cor. 16th St. Co.. 29 E. Garden St. novltf class, S per cent mortgages on city real
Wor-roa dwe at Pllatvma"i Wk Mad Ave, (N. 1400 Lakeview Ave.). FOUR COMFORTABLY furnished rooms estate in any amount irom $100.0 up.
OMeiteaa aa a or WU sel al ero the west half of the for light housekeeping. Gas range and WANTED-To give you a chance at the You have worked for your money, now let
No. EaS t eman, 10 mbmos .. laok. Terms e y. Address J. C. Pebley, cook store. On car line, near bay, 510 E. great bargain in clothing and general it work-for you. The Wisher Real Etate REAL I
No. 72 North kth Avemue. 5 res .m 32 j St.. ei Pa., Texas. nov7tf Government St. 15novlw* merchandise now being given in our Agency, 206 So. Palafox Street. 10-Jn.
No. 41T M t OnWG &W ..,I ** closing out sale. E. Greenblatt, 139 E.-
iNo. S13 Eamst .t.s.. w-h g0 a -wval bead mules, all In BOARI AND ROOMS-Large house. Intendencia street. 31octlin Are you getting per cent. net orall 224-226 Brent Bi Ph
No. m81o aat nse sa .... L@ gasi working condition. $45 and up. pleasantly and centrally located. 31i your money? If not you don't e l *
5, Ws ttr e~g~ I .... 1 mog 0~eaeas y If ye want a bargain. Gar- Guillemarde St. 1,novlw* WANTED-Old hats to remodel and new that "coming to ou. Wecan placeIt
ons.a"OimbIs- n a ll pits ow e 1* Wh Ftory. novltf ones to make to order. Dressmaking t firt mortgages on improved cltT. Loap- "
I FOR RRNT-Two connecting rooms. and crochetted novelties. Mrs. Evelyn erty. How ucs Ith hdoes.It D ayYOU, u
=-4ts -bunmmotmAF. 0FOR ALEB-Tioroughly kiln-dried rough southern exposure, with nice family. 313 Schwartz. 815 East LoRua St. 30oetlm* dot~ nothln? Leslie E. ro 1. .
Aand&a* Um t r. eash. doors and N. Ah-aniz, between Wright and Belmont Pala-.x.... .
n0E1n & WAT"ON nIN bl-gradl paitts. oils and build- streets. 15novlw* WANTED-All kinds of second-hand srOoErY LAN=n o& -mKlnC ofC. and r. Dr .
Caml MW k 1 r Ll'm M -. Olart. oatreL novltf IROOMS FOR RENT. with privilege of us. Telephone us; write to us. Corner t r s.Burn lota o easy C.
an a- ni ol L *W. Mean-- light housekeeping. Use of bath and Garden and Alcanis streets. Telephone terms. u ba lots sCo.d. 2 W. Remas o' C4a d.ln. B .
SS -t a arrel of rein chips. phone. Terms reasonable. Phone 1457. No. 334. F. S. Mellen & Co. Sept in . ry C.. w. ma I c ectn wt hq Atlanta St. Baa of
an good ir n e or apply 116 East Romana street 13no WANTED--A buyer for 15 lotsEanAsureeIfr15ls iMn MONT ANED, Tn o ea And Mant tor S wiU bo
.... ".^. ..... Inovim* FOR RENT-One or two unfurnished blsck, and house with 6 lots on East a;"ll. Sola en tic. Te" a easy. S. freight and paeagaa r service between d at the cove
Sgba rooms, half- block from postofee. Sut- J. N. Andrews. 7 N. Palatox St. 2septtt w. Bar 3% outh Pf fe Moble, Pensacola. tanaa Coty, St. An- front letter of assuran
X% P"sb OUNmlyhorse andrun-able for light housekeeping. Apply No. a
~- aMt valecheap, at the Pensacola 2 West Governhment nL l novlw WANTED-Your orders for fresh m et drews, M ilivle and all peats on St. An- the iieertary the con
S23lBt. p S3 1. e t LIwry Stables. novltf f .and vegetables. elveredany part of -- drws Bay, making cgneD rene with A. largely attended and
TW'O LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. well fur- city. Bey' Meat Market, 1007 at A. Ry as Panaa City, Tue roe the mot ucce
P M8AL--0 acent of lea the nish4hed for light housekeeping. 01 E Strong. Phone 1158. sept & A& A.Ry.a. Al Te.r- prove the most hce
S.........ft I w all mny home with all fur- Gadsden street. linovlw* WA TEDYday ahd Thurday. ale ve dy e
... .. .I............. '......... nis oe. Greetblatt, 139 E to pai l 1 T^ T1 A I o addtna fmatn fr friht -
S3 hBte ila Stret r.........6 .l lIte loctimm TWO rooms completIly furnished for light youT- wt Half soed W 15 minute- *ad o r ratal aeNa ts -- h
S16 35.S:: Tr e RaN'--D e tot 0.0housekeeping. gas and phone. No. 3S1 Sm Ches1 sa. 11 out S | WANT ADS. j stre PENSACOLA
W aatret........ heet 13 ares land, extndl: IF YOU HAVE a -thing for rent why not WAANT A. DatS W-- COMPA-
7 Mie. b e'siafoset ....." .:.". ].... aa..* ]rmi Pensa.ola .a* .o8.aata Rosa Sound. advertise it in hese columns? Evey.- 301 a 1d aSi SS& Ha teeAlsAT HIrO A SIDM Y AH Asen ,,
FOR REN-Tw nicel fi romst _____B________ FLIJER HOTEhL Apolachkcola. Oldest_______________-_____ WINTER DAILY S
1ot 3 rooms ......t FOR RNTTwo nicely furnished rom established hotel in city; free baths, Thursday. O
S$10 rOO ......... N SUITS to go at $4.uO. values in nic l famly. -losr to business center, best service. Rates SL55 and s-.oo. Spe- .Leve Pensacola. Leav
Cr.,. A.enae a- 13th eet.. e-- .1 to 3*. 3 b-y' -" Apply No. ",4 West Romana street. MTSC .-tT.ANEOUS. I rates by week. Jenns Pp 1 5:0 a. .............
1401 N. 8th Avenue ............... e. e to at $1.25. Must vacate by 24o-thm* L :0 a. m. ..............
11 N. Palatax treet .............. t. 3ereeblatt FOR RENT-Purnished or unfurnished WANTrED--Everybody to bring their bug- 7: 1 a. S.......
4W. *S treet-.........6 AND .TWO-YEAR-OLD .Grape pore phone and bath, to desra e Johnsn Carriage Workst to T reared at ..... ........
.................'bee Peach Trees tet. Address Ja'. party. North Hi. Private family. Ad- reasonable prices, for first-class work. .:. ..T
S tso ....... -emeley, ernhill Vineyard, Contonment. dress Box 574. I tSaug' or. Main and Baylen Sts.. Ol Hudson NOTICE O RECIVER'S SALE. 11:0 a. m. .............
911 E. ra e Street ..........-.. l. or apply to Clyde Blomeley. Union Building. .novlw* The undersigned, a Receiver and As- 11:45 a. m ..............
l1th1 .v antes S teet.......... S0 Tradlg Store. 2soctlmn FOR RENT-Comfortable furnished room signee, in pursuance of the authority 1- 1I. m.' ...............
IS ro t.reet ... O St-Frm 1 let with gas and bath. one block from Pala- NORTH HILL GREHL ENERY--Flowers for vested In him, hereby give a notice tlat ....115
3 ~nteSdea re5 rtOR SAL.........-arm. of 140 acres. o10 mils fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 1Octim* all occasions. Crysanthemums. Carna- bids will be received by him until 12 L
i3 G v re nt S t 'eet '.... @ m Pen eacola. Price ti500. Address t"ons and Roses. Designs a specialty *' o' lo.-k. m.. of Novembr 23rd. 1 080, for ....
17 ]. Streg St................ P. O. Box 782. Pensacola. Fla. TWO NEWLY furnished rooms, with Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. oct27ltt the following described .property, to-wit: .: pm.............
3021 East Str t Street".... 15.... g. 22ocUm* bath room attached. Apply 316 South all bottling machinery, bottles. cases. 4" -. m, ." ..'Sat.
S b aeue et atailt0 PO A.-Oe Pay-Shoales Typewriter. Alanis street. loctlm* CUT LOWER--Orders taken for all o- wagons, hares, book aAcounts and ev N
Cow. 10th avenue and list St. . .. 560 tues new. Address Box A A.. ROOM FOR RM 'r -Ce-rally located funvr*. Miss Leia C. Reese, 518 N. erty at hIs time belongiW to to the Pen 6:00 p. m. 5:45 p. 6:3
-@-eoorville. owth elc bath, Ac Ba looct Good neighborhood. 13 K. Garden St. Ea.len. Phone 282. 2oct sacoLa Bottling Works. The property may tendii.-g:uO p. i. 7:15 p.m r. S8:0
St Scoldwter, c heted, O A -Timbr land In lare or _____ 17octlm* IF YOU WANTED a nice carrage and be inspected on the remiAses. 9:00 p- m. 3:0 p- :4
;.ru h.= tb f l om Real Eostte and AIa.T-ot'tLASS BOARD AND ROOM-: Oath hores for a wedding or to goT lOV0lOt R-celver and A signee. -a 1opi..l: 0 p. p. : P . 10:1
2 blocks foMU car line. lavestuet t C,. Flomaton, Ala. oct3tf Also rooms for light houskeeping at ilwhere Would you go to get then? ___-
Fisherville on the beach. Terms reason- To Pensacola Livery Stable, or ring NOTICE. Prominent physicians from ciUes 10:15 p. mi. 1 :0
Ro.u iSnSa1 an x 8ta. tW .1- I.AlJOW feet long. 44-inch beam. 7 able. Mrs. C( J. Allen. Phone 1683. Phone .9. octl~tf The Board| of County Comnlssioners In and towns tiirotUhollt Floi"da ga t The 715 : tin. 11:3
ame s t talr... w _.- ._. ........ ..... .. ... .. Thend ic i;saill .outs. F 7:twll er.I in Ja ks nvll y stmd y otraun as anoclfran e

ft. NE1e -abou miesnperu -woct1m*A a ndfor s lsyambieda-or-ruys Flortdahwill
hourA. Wrighton, 6 W. Ro-A_. MHcLIOD & CO., Salimakers-4Can- receive bids for the construction ofarsI
tsept3tfO Vas from 14-inch to 96-Inch, of an wooden bridge to be built across "Little ln& and, along with ioca lndicos, l p. i t from Barrn
n- .t.e.t. weights. anmmly of Awning Goodls, Bayou." Plans and specifications on file in th afternoon for Atlat to a- edr will leave Bayu
A nTs"TH tR.. alwy s M at the of..i ef.C erk of H O T E L S he Circ t t n t eTents. Cots. ammocks, etc.. ai n
"THE RE .cTORS -.---o*" HOTELS.stock. 7outh1 a lu of t at the office of th. Clerk of the Circuit tend the anual cotVeaet of the he Pensacola-B1 Bay
O a WflUrAlA of ninMdept,_ Ted - feet west of Union depot,.--Pensacola. .,t-' -.. . ;r ....v P
LStSAote SuhP a.arr Court. will L _- ne oT Southern medical Assedatuio*, aTic 1steftlenued. except on
W o na. are a Fla. Out of town parties wishig to vae miand Cating-urntureAdays' c 7 da ys s 5 .maeal
a w.aat ae r AAtPOULTRY nmonly bytaking their eal A resta in". ft F u stored. Clerk o ard County C ommi sioner s. i10:15 -ta a
sa" w __at P=ne w Uants while spending few ?pa C ine 3:29 21iaw "By C. G. HART FIEL.Dr.E
B - _; cit y on bu lines w ill Fin bd as good P-a M ... .. '-- M all I wh c I wa_ _v e at---, t e M a. .. C l ereka I
00060 accommodationss at the Bri gdHousea go as Pensacola. la., Oct. 19. 1908. Dr. Randolph of (hattv S@ee re* 1-I
EDUCA70ANIL. Rate0 only" Sechouse in the city. Al outside room aW N. down on the NT I for
S Lang Ton niely f(turnished.t onlyS^a d. .--i.5TU M iaunh don a. b e i. c-l- ourni shea d.r' -Ony W-Fe
S n BrnW.[T r t s ondi tolecr deT stire f.eJb o pe ttUeeisnaclo r a herebyM gveun that af r ter pa4 s j wt ( r. .N IAY- 'sI i

PALMSCTo.r Po3rL4rw p .e by- th fe week.- lov days from the tirst publication of this 9 sW"r I Dr. odo a car wa l a
I P-ca "" lene! ITao notice I shall apply to the Heonorable UngMa e M a UaT. a' d w e the wek dy
=1:-- M M dNODo O- R OA '", .,.. no .. - ----, ofPard ons of theStsateoFri. ...da
i _en. ar SPure Br-ed WINTERoRESORT-The"OldM-lamoUaTHord of Pardonso stoff tenseoftfrd e o ra.a exet a car
heTMadanm SlckMor.rthupsStrain, and on bay shot 10 miLnutes rirde from ci.ty SCHEDUL f a f the oene fogry oa:0 0re e ..
1boe1m060 BarredDors a. "Teb Ringlets." Bo Yvlew on electric car line, will be open for the PensaCSla.WMary Esther MW softy man which I was corticted at the MrhterM. ISW adWo
-' "o Park Poultry Ye04111th and Zth avenue, winter Oct. 1. All modern cmnveane-s. Line. 19M of the Criminal Court of Record of Cape&
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*', ctIoNrnI NOTICE A1F rREMOVAL. changer or selwhat1 m-ou have- Dums&a-.ox.-- Ae e A lo., D op f-oldof1.

Uf*an *Yours for..4. Andrews. per month for four lines or n es s. I Soah palox. P s. r a we.n by.. Dr. Randoph of t.
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e i et echWeft Cedar street landing y aerdaY the form of hollow blocks. The root
T. :w a WMW a W ombmbed catch of about 1 are of either. asbestos shingles or
,--"rN--o 2 .ui CL -No where else in the country, it is
rouht seven barrels tre the Big We te o my fleproo
i- U eme is the result oa the study ct
Iriej gThe s c b*sder Frances AlSA Improved methods of conathbmr 1
--a.of coal a 3r VIu mgt wtf le.t thw yers.
-- ,^-i -_ __ .tko *. .a.. carry g a the der-.
,e_ ..,.... ...I.. n Mr~ *I t uaes ( e Of the n Page heirs wo

-"-- ia..... .....whr-- .......
e xiliary-scoerMUr been interested for several yearM
wi- arrived1.r. FrI-y .r.w f t the properties of the e
A#MV. di bay with a&cargo nfvr= imsate formerly put up houses of rein.
I f. tWesTt.0'0-1- b bmaumled out at Burnhsa m&t- n Oerete;. Recen yhe retained
W ,_ &T dew d sy k for the pwdazm s a. e r .r to make a special invest.
3W sa ta- putting o a new propeller. t ton of fireproot materials
OE, M"~ at 0 S buildg hea dea, fqthe V=
.. .. .w.. N c ie a S ItV. he couseq. o of the
Ste . Aesti tio Ien that terr cotts
a _s.catcha ft redoapw .ne b_ a. insteadw of oireme, we
Th< e arse-g 96 ^em h r a ch oI the hns n b gw buUt-
Sueve edf yesterday ftm Taa.M She has at Mopoatala Station aUs eight or ten
X 1t o6 .8 2. Wto 1 .mtpte anek I, qtnVV rI noms. All partitions, as well as the
.ML mt a4d was -ked at Ferdid. whart ANra and outside walls, re of terra
I J cs-esC AN CNU"CH. to tale on more caro. _SO i con- cotta, so that a ire could not spread
_ "_moe "s C.-at.u signed to JoVaI A .Merritt & Ob. from one room to another. In one of
- -I S * .the, bI- s a floor wit4 a pan of
I tre , aw.6 g T6e SpahW ;p6 San Asteik has eighteen feet, the longest span ever
S s toh V r e Mct tr the00 ew&l been moved from Pala5bx street made with this type of construction.
petk IM ate4 ku0t. 'as, Lar wh rf t Muuessa whar, where SAO
ft durch. Rev. wAiLlSASS. i take on rgo. A Suresnough Knocker.
10" a *II. f f .arcs * J. c. Goodwin, of Reidsville, N. C, a .r to eD r togelug ftrtaat nApe.aeheoas m4og kaeher wu loeprdts. A 'belad
-Ia .. -gd st t er aets W i 59 barrels of te eaw an lmy leg lst umer. but
S- naval stores. She will leave j ht thatM w aderful ve knocked it out in
.1 o0 1 geMe. a few Not even a scar ro.
- -fen at a. I. aI V s e * taetld4."a Gusra"teed for piles, sores,
IplA re BI" Maat. ev~lne Of tl-e thurch. The river steamer J. P. Williams ar burs, etc. r5c. .t all druggists.
4Mu Vtw sefrftees Mrfl-u a mtheI 5 r rived yesterday frem Blackwater
be1411s. 4 at :a-S0. g* with 9 barrels of savra Istuore. Under Lock and Key
,W 6-6---a t Ai t ei uos Store
Zan. Br. 1.- FWher 2654, Tampa atck-In h and-a G. W. Groove
S T*t*I*It ot J. A. "Merritt & aO .
v I Y- e Watch, Wait Until Wed-
W M |a, N. Ow- -I. Jo '-, 124, l*nesday, Nov"nber 18.
SforMontevideo. with 1,242M s. feet

Sg. -- m-. yet kitten. The'kitten scratched her, If you're In love with Miss Antl.
-d tai~r Ie ^ Cora, Br. se., wnUmasoa"f P. &a> and she exclaimed: "You is a darned equatedd Idea1 or earned to Miss Old
ad LB A equa. Chili, to Gulf Transit Co. old kitty!" Style. These ladies are zot favorably
roe" .t. Br a a. Ag, f er mother togd her she must sever dIspoet toward The Empire Laun-
a-io Janeiro to Gulf Transit utter such a naughty word again. and dry as ais company refused to ern-
C ii as. eCo r. Ptch .7s, ea to be were to impress it on her mind, ploy tahe and they were forced to
S_44 8 s fto Gu Treasat Ok. Vshe*heer moutl out with soap aad o elsewhere.
a ns -Br. as. Barkstom, tIo Jipero to _'_ a11_Wa--ter. _w a
- othi TransitmCenooft*ext dayifry wax again jlay
A -SACK. Hollingside, Br as, Willina, 1713. I with the kitten, and again trouble. *
Tbaat 1 o peal byca bauk esaned by Daklar to South Atlantic Steamslhip os0, when she was heard to re. a
SW. 100b"11% fa~h is a s a strain Co3omark:
IOtA l a.M emy t.Awt. Bahard's Viva, Span s, Arote "You Is just the samen kind of kai it- ose Tra
V 0 gohtS rU-Linr verpool, to Gl Transit Co. ten yqu was yesterday!"-Delineator. S b T

ML ^a. OL *U111026 sprfts.^ euts !urBjm Ntobe. Ital ship, Boo, 143, M1nt* An Idnrtj Impeion ..W
.pl a 4 a Yo video to Rosao Bros. First Tourist-What are you writ Y *u'll i justwhat this
.20da bot li.r lop M jorca, Nor ship, Ar W o Ingdown? Second Toiurlt-Pm Ymak- uwln by b u sn here.
10"and IBesyso a n. Zell .. Saote of a few things that hava' uuW by buying here.
011= ^ ISS t I M im abSla, Nor Map, y Backwer. 1, made an indelible impression pon CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
121Z O POMP"]% Aberdeen to ordr nmy memory, so I shan't forget them.
s a oeea, Bus bar iks. 1--Opwaell's Saturday Journal. Sulk Pkle s, Sa-r Kraut.
Q yt 3yo b fot fllow a Janeiro to A. Zeins. rh w. M.ems* Sys Ribs and Pigs'
who bof ood aa for emonstrant, Nor bk. Rostrp, 1509. "I don't know whether to take an P4t a specialty right now.
as .m. PUL Puerto Cabello to A. Zelis. airship or a submarine." said the am- Just ar vsd-FLOWER AND
A 75cnts, att eCrys Phar- Nordlyset, Nor bk, Crsteaen, teur Inventor. "Try fe airship.w AND
Wift ~ada- 1444, Buenos Ayres to after. advised a friend. "All you have to FERN POTS-BLACK MOSS
.s0 2SV M 'a San Antonlo, Span. bk, Rnra, 1343, do is get it up; It 1a bound to come AND GARMEN SKEE8.
.9g Havana to master. dows. Now, the submarine you have
ft N. KY Hiawatha, Nor bk, Johns=s, 14M, to get down and then get It up again." We also feature Harness,
Im. Uverpool to master. -Ransas City Journal. Crockery, Stationery, Glass, Tin,
1463. Gefea to master. A Gieat agp mt Weod and Enamel Ware, To -
e r- UI ifT A swell line ofM ,n, s. we You ov. moey paySnl oh l
Ir and Briar Pi just remiVed wbt to town otr a bndd rasrs for cash-bought merchandise at
.......LIIat meri a aL Sbes. -, _* h- an t al L Dobdsson & Bro.
Swet Pea and N___ lmt -a- - K^.I .. i,Mi..ncr. Ph.... U.
3 as Jsckoavaf Jup to Deal Seed jurt rceied atD n FRESH OYSTERS
Hardly With the "Pistol berte's Pharancy. Ph.. l1S.

TnfS OH NEP Oyster Depot has moved to
one Jashese aget Mpou orI rH 112 South Palafox St., Phone meting of ESambob
ant-eaae 11 Jaa.91. day, Nov. id, at 7:30 o'clock.
0= - I E 5 ** JlsVuJ.u 110. Visiting brethren fraternaly in-
(gLr TaU, T t t the 7**y. n J. ThwAA W. K.
'^agesm o i e'wes msH ahair. f J. Q Da ASTERN aAR.
*- m- I i- H Whe It ay m9 Witth back Electrical fixture, desk lights, AEAl TR Seeton of FlortAR
mues, a wlbeg t two weeks telephone akets, t A Chapter. N. 9, Order East-
| tM 'a ta NO eta, Ste. un Star. NTuesday, Novem- t
SC O4N CONTRACT TOO LARGEr 17. at s o'clock. Visit


The wll-MgHltd hoen and tse W*
always the meat attractive. aveta
Single Gas Are aMml toany
ftuwr,. give a bea-itml slw white
light by whiot colors are eealy dst*
OulshabW. Cses ." shaenv. Apples fr
$1.50 to any Vas Oxtur*.


and 27 E.

Garden Street.




Leads right on down through the bucket shop, by
the oil well, the salted mining shaft and other various
get-rich-quick schemes.
The Road to Success is open to all who will Save,
and begins with the first dollar placed in a savings
fund. Renvryuber, we pay four per cent., comxpondeP ,
on your savings.

First National Bank

of Ppnsacola. Florida.
Designted Depository of the United States
w. W* Knas. Pe s W.M K. ye, &, Ve-Preast asE |
The&. w. Oral% AeL C96Mu W. N. Re I w A'L Che*Me
Doeetao-P. C. Uami% W. A U=aow% W. o. fw. ewlN. W. K. 4 e ae

Pensacola Bank & Trust Co.'

T. A. JaENNR4,

F. S- Rrawsusu
Oolveu- Jersemigm.. ,!
**d, La L O"06

vices-proosiosod CUMOee

O. L. Rtssh
Thse& W. We"
wo-J-Aswat ,

J. R. Jesantge,
W. C. oewbewvy,
J- N-- Pace.

LOp Mayer, J. 5 m .iwr, 4A. A. Wrin
T. A. Jeplanf CarO

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V S *all

upwM the dl appeteInta of yeriay,
but nourish ur ev-s upon the f to-
moermw. Pece year small en--s or at
least a ert In aur vin et
and It wWN gve you a r H fr t 9r-
tnme that awalts yes. egIn svig te-

Designated Dpository of the United States.

(Ms "' IL IL omit.
Pramosdwt- *4IePuN. & ehu.

'me- Pfslwft,
AWL t- bl.

s. W. Awr-ew,

SB e*_ y a-*n. NO CONTRACT TOO ALL membws cor dially -
-s "M-. thise E.W.PEAKE ..S'
i .I~e-_ _. _~ .__- --._, ; -- -..m -,. m.--

- a uas 4K 86t mSwdoer eme t'h Phemes -345 -a" .
mmbt 8h esss we tb swon- The largest stock of dried,
usgae"S ageto ag y agg In th e
t viek m. u tCut-Up wood in the city. We Florida and Alabama
fenLr W ,Slead w a Hot
a.n% lst=&* meImest. % also have a large stock of LAND COMPANY
J-se Ma&TWU no" No domeof I--- -
aSn of S the four-foot cord wood, Galla- W USAW S DegsSHIN
wat now G" e the IOW64AND KILN-MI90 SAP.
a sta prom -s sand aw her o w c i
-S tj.S ^ way and JellCo CorlA Prwipt 9
-V-s was eMplepe 3K summer ?* i Neither the Captain. Owners,
oto Utcm t- city lvm. polite service g .- nor condasneea of the British
Sd a asteeuhi Malatby. wil be re-
ed to xwre IL de for debts -con tmted
ad tO assa-l UyaRS *** y7 a aoK as C by the crew of said vemel.
.dswtsrei. Dune dew his re- W u -*- M.4y~sICER.
ga"ve an r whCe areq JOHN A. MEkRRT T& Copeta ai
.4was prmouM Ourps ae am4ht. conee.
he -- 'wen -. ___ / CREW NOTICE.
to-w 00 @1emofthe stesm-
C&I 6V be refupmsi-
Atrnor ts A st -ay man matter the captain. owner
Mthe afty otfesw Sdle -S- c 4 dos o Werte4
A A n had do Penscola the Crew ofat.d .
O.N& a tbb oMr. paTs PenSaCOl aJ-. WILIAMSOI.
agt"We. a... & Fvuel and Supply ""
.39r. &aTUs wa asoa St W rt
v9# ON -now Company. '

to bb ag"S-^ Tr G. _iwn Wftf set uk- ftr ftr aft.
vrhe t the state t

Wai centr at.i *-* a arm U
wait e state


JL. CAS, J. W. DO-R.
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Volteer Veter emThe Peoples National Bank of
tions peets at Knights of Columbus
Hall the first FrMay in eaea month
at 7:30 p. N. NIUSPensacola
AM V"U"".- PresdtL m TOs..


W. A. DA a R 1 5. 3W. DOM U...
Amm m~~iminkma se poYu~gofui *adAgesumS. Seffeds kg hisbDeo-
M- 0v. -Aflac SL
4 -W
KNOW n" r aim Co. au

BuoyW* 4LSaRI.tVAP
-in 3re" ple'dIS LA.

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Read The Jum).Want Nvow
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, IVKMH 15, 1908.

.hie teMo m ^L Thewe area his- In the
...o. abe ollettion u .but it l .
g asegoetos" abol.actiset tbe Feeb d
r -te A sped- readlsk -
A ce itbad pafi d. "pNOTICEl WI. O. W.ak
ane cept 4 Bryant, who crnSa4e Brady's
skall with an axe b eause, 1.e aBght
last smimer. Brady's anorlag kept
von.^ADAY.aBryant awake, was today fou&d
Ssnilty or murder the ury -placing
Vg "T. puntsanent at d death "
0"WO&WIeUL Another rleearriage of justles. The
S"ash defead t should have boans aequtteL
611 011 Pd- e tatoes. -Chaotte (N. C4 Oeaye r.
cigars,' nisal-

flR9o U v_--C and 5t a oV L at.the crys .a

+i i t bee aide l rteCrto S
f W >* **..NOTICE, W. 0. W.
j. -Members of ive Oak Camp No. 1.

cr em at ea-pto c-eem tery, -Bro tsr-

ia". -A. asdS. t S se. her B. Gcrsons Md Stand, G.
.r s (ss.. .d e bs i- .. B wo I afes 'lW. Grooves a Co., orld'se
e ss- mn a Ithbar em, Greate F. st Bargai Giv C. Cer.
anyn l he at rSeeakpt t, F. DAVI. CREWAr.
oe-ut a tnd Or4to. The P4ishern' Be.mvnt A l

.1socla cer5 C wa. Wt, ts. Ises. oon offers aTewanl of a25 to the mpT-
family.B eies sTe nvther b way ad loft me, te Sai d will o

aend sokeeste S A abox. at the Crytal MotNdy. No bra. Is. P9Uv.
no goodie MW Sad so T albruied In

D. e HONOR Pm to Clyde E. Won,
-del S j i 1-0 ad 0I- eraiwa4ationl, lots 41 The t111 ca1 co1e6y sen1tieh, t
YM im Y M 31 2 Memk 132, East Kig Bargain Giver.

t 5*fS, ^I New aai eg-plete stock of yarns.
Sm i tipetry, Noftk oitons birthday pil-AI .
GI ~,Ao A mowm, eatrplees, ta ior gs Muc Julia Edwards nd Ai
lN<,-' So mitam to Nler. Mts H. V. Redall, at Clut- Ion da, womf tr CM .
NOe0 00 40h WM befe er e o....... .. .. ..-..- .....
e Osetmed tnm Swhe wanrh b lp. oe at
ta h a t &e 2OPERA House ONe NIGHT,
m. W o, xPubtic Eye Thursday, November 18.
lu hm Tru~~ b e *OPR OUSE ORSNGT

I _-__ _-L. S. Sire Presents America's Greatest
The Det &vowed socialist ever Character Actress,
choose to a national legislative body
In North America was elected to the
SmCadian parliament during the last MAY ROBSON
Week. The amne of this pioneer is J.
H. Hawthorawaite, and he will repre- In Her 447th Consecutive Performance in
sent the district of Nanaimo, B. C. the Charuing Comedy,
Hawthornwaita is a Ane orator, hasI
Serv In WhColmb legs- "THE REJUVE MOTION OF
-lfture two terms, and by sheer force E nEUVE AION O
at his raory secured the passage of IT
a unber of important labor bills AU NT MRY
Sagainslat strenuous -opposition.
Endorsed by Press from Coast to Coat.
Hams Knudsen, a Danisa engineer, A Lugh Every Mkiute."-X. Y. Her-
has invented an apparatus for type- aLtd."-. T. -
Wlritiag leasages by wireless tele- a y
lI iI graphy. By this device a mesage "May Rotson is a Comedy Delight."-
|5 |iil tapwed out on a form of typewriter San Francico Chronicle.
at e place is transmitted to another Prices: 25c. 50c, 7;c. $1.0 and $1.5@.
fi nT of typewriter at a place many seat sale. Tuesday, 9 a. m.
adi es away, and is written dirOetly
F onB the paper. *
SWMrs. Isaac L. Rice, of New York. ONE NIGHT ONLY,
A L will organize in Boston a branch of
the Society for the Suppression ot Friday, November 20th, 1906
UWSA.*~..--y Noises. She carrie? with
mMde up of this semaSq'S her a pbonograth witt records of
S a of the ear-splitting and nerve- SC H O O L
h 4m e woolens, racing ala of New York. J JJJJ
.... yad Mrs. Wlliam H. -Taft, who after the
8 -,-,,,ii 4th of next March will be "the first
md fl lady of the country," Is fair, slender A Y S
and fully guaranteed, and girha looking. and no one would
suspect from er appearance that sApe play presented by seventy-five echee
and tailored in a mner "S on t enough to be in college. chdren. Proceeds will be apped tothe
*. The crown princess of Monteegro Improvement of Public school No. 1.
ref stng the fmmet of Is the real campion lady wrestler
of all Brope. Before her marriage
wOkm n .hip. to the future roaler of the little prin- Prices: Lower floor and balcony, 59c.
elpaHty, PrII Dealle was the
Taf to T t. Se-. Jutt, of Mecke*burg, Ger- Seat. may be eed at Cos wft t
0 T 0 etra charge. Wednesday. November B,
S-ADMe- lineley, the well-known op. a. m
ea jtuer, who will be heard in the
east thrids wter for the first time
Since clo is e ngagement with the The Second Number
14i Hamburg Opera company. sa son of
t I Rev. Freder-ic A. Hincklev, the Unl-
tarta n ergy of the
,* K 16 annoM% a gggfg Tommaso Sarin the Italian trage-
SNmad* dian. will soon reach the eightieth RST IVrL Ii rSIrE
an- nversary of bhi- birth, and "ais coun- rlI LILUM CVUO jE
J tic I his oo. hnr
trymnarempreparing for acelebra-
Sties i h mboer., for Pensacola
Kaiser Wilhelm, of Germany. ad.
vocates a tax on bachelors. llbe
I ha'i a special new line of Where would the paragrapher of
BOYS' OWN and the Houston Pout. who is responsible
books. eloth-bauNd. Uumiates for the following, find adequate ad- IA Mi
an favorite authors, at s30 &I jectiTes if he should have dinner in ML VW aVIP U WU
These arte good the vya &ru any one of a thousand San Jose
S"houses: I1t takes se of the radiant
,and dimple little pants-patching, Monodramist.
HARRY T. HOWLAND, seek darning, hash constructing
brides of Granad Old Texas to rip a
mara a eimS ami stEma asymannphy ont or a cooking stove."- In a most entertaining pro-
D eaR la 6 San Jose (C&L) lrwning Times.
SIt Is aas that iT Rosebury owns gramr of six parts.
the most valuable collection of sanf
CL bnSa thrday Novor 21 Many of thm
Sincere solid OldW and aome are set with rd No 1
jewels. -Re ownsCoe which belong au rvIT
PHOTOGRAPH& to Napoleon. a small black box stud-
i I ded with diamonds was once carried
;"= Fla by Pitt. and another of plain -old by Knights of Columbus Hall


This week make their initial bow to he public--and are
in strict accord with the Pure Food I ws. They are in-
surers of good health, and-contain pr it-sharing coupons
--products that Pensacola shotild and piL--.r ....




.n the stores and windows




of three of the city's leading

as follows:



Bear this display in mind, and stop and examine the gen-

eral excellence

of the



Wholesale Druggists and M manufacturing Chemists, Pp.nspcolR, Fla.
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will be located in hew store at 105 South Palafox St., formerly occupied by Brawne
This will give us more display room than we have formerly enjoyed.


Monday we
Department Store.


When you come here we wish you to ask to be shown our beautiful Rugs, and Art Squares. We take
a jmstifiahle pride in this department.
Nothing adds so much to the appearance of a home as Art Squares and Rugs. We are selling them
for cash or credit.
* We will still retain our former location as a stock and disay room.


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Review of the Columbus Convention, Written For The Journal by G. A. Waterman, Treasurer of the M. to the A.'I. W. Ass'n.

A*MS ilast elan birth and eastern education.
eogOsOll as the Th e man with the welfare of this
SAMoel- part of the south in his heart ha. PRINCIPAL RESOLUTIONS
I he Udeep reason to regret that he was not
Ni l W ftRir at the Columbus convention. Those I r Congress was endorsed in its work government sufficient authority above
lt U s -;I VW W1 awn o have done the work thus far. will l J'". j and purposes, membership in the con- heads of navigation to adequately pro-
(ip's l .Wsan work the harder because of the con- "Fee!lng that the full industrial de-'gress applied for. and the president tect the rights of posterity as well as
Swas so ad venstic, and the new friends made are velopment of the' southeastern states was directed to name not more than the advantages of the present genera-
l I-as chaen -Mt ap to wear out their enthusiasm. 50 delegates to the National Rivers tion."
*S oer The New P sidnt imust depend on improved transporta- Iand Harbors Congress ir Washington. Natural ReSOUrCCS.
-g ge (h t iisN W sut tion facilities, we favor the adoption in connection therewith, the following "Resoled That this association
'10 TO M M s tbv'genel. Police of the and prompt execution of a compre- resolution was adopted: calls upon the governors of the states
Sto i OS-. en In tslack of sectionalism hensive plan of waterway Improve- "Resolved, That thi association a- who have not named delegates to the
a eter .iv two a"ow a the saersh i a tofthewe guid- tborize the -president to appoint three e pach eeti of the NationaI
Old IS me an-t t euWe espLly favor and call approwhing meeting of the National
M 0 I- O e4 dth e 0ventla, would, be superflu- menu We epec y vor an c members as directors of the National Conservation Commission to do so at
witmis** ems. Colmests on the Yeolutzona for, as a just right, the construction Rivers and Harbors Congress, and onceselecting suitable ersons who
g the .? lou opted illustrate these points. Be- of a deep inland waterway along the ask that these appointees be elected l attend the meeting and represent
mgto d1te40103 %re making these comments, however, eastern gulf coast to connect the Mis- such directors by said congress--one the states from which appointed; and
ead by the lntegest let us Inquire into the Staess of the asissippi river with the Atlantic ocean, from the Chattahoochee river basin, theatthes rident of this aspoite on
I 1a l kby the ttvldual lead of the orgamtsation to do the together with te improvement of the one from the east gulf coast a&!d one berea sted and urged toattend
ofr.0e -sortse of Work that will fal to his hands. gulf slope rivers in such manner as from the Atlantic coast of Florida." saidmeetingofsaidNationalConser-
he of public men to open w territory to water trans A National Policy. m en co lson, a i the on. N.
Ito be tow is ofte doubted. Natth outset portation. We favor the execution on *Y inpoleon B. Board governor of Flor-
=hiu W'aWy T, wtoa any questioned the sincere seat of de work under federal appropriatioas "Resolved, that the Missisippi to Ida, be requestedto point the presi
aa as eoaimed Senator Feteber, hda address ovin- adequate for prompt and certain cok- the AManti Inland Waterway Asso dent of this association aone of the
-#' he te at to e4 them, and his aawtery of the gen- pletion of the entire project; and, it clatlen urges a comprehensive- busi- delegates from the state of Florida."
S entl aM ral probem crowded oar of the milands ea the state of the public treasury neslike system of caring for and im-
* a pisenm at y Idess they may ferbds muaclent upwmpretios at an proving rivers and barbrs and of ex- South's Resources.
't&l 6abaWom N&k l ..Th v eq a tld of any one else for presi- early date, we favor the Issuance of tending sah natural edvestages by "Resolved, That we nreservendly
waB ao.ued I no a east. That a Vaa is .n the senate is bonds in such amount as to lare the means of cosiectn eag alk whenever endorse the project ad pma s of
s m *| b mnsarcly suICIent-nor even a completion of the work In a busitnes needed or justified by gospectlve re- the Southern Commercial ongrees, to
(mM'hi i Hi. gi--ll-reaon why he I' the man to like way. quirements of trade betBen each at- meet in the city of Wasinatton Do-
S l of .. roe a a -movement that m-ust have the "In voicing our needs, we appeal to rural waters. We apec approve member 7 and 8, fle paroem of saMd
.s.ul9 ile l tesaf e the a a m e. the federal o. e.. aas right; ad endorse e I Waterway congress being to bring to Ae Sout
m i emindently ftted to herd the movement and as citisems and as .presestatives C Iommssion." itself a clearer understanding f its
-a i s=- I. sld' by kindly fate be a senator of the cKItsem of eight sovereign t a rich pOmMseslm aind to brtag to the
4% L mwe naturally adds vastly to *.e strength states we claim coasidration and ac- J ea te north aed the ret of the world a iAll-
. s. of the orgesi tilon and to Its cha es ton by. s in accordance with "Re ved. hat this coaveUtion e ad t-ereere jater appueatlon of
r. i .of -car- g ..s forward to an the ropesta .co ma of te heartily endorse the natiyal polcy the roesur es mt op3i..tuhanle of the
r-0"0* early rMalanatio. But the in Ism.slag federal oamiatnl and the limited o conserving eM natural uegw.ames, so9tU. Sa ~gres beang open in
,stae S.o Otax. a te did not win Fltoer Ie. pr-a- declaration of the governors eo aU. and especially the sources at control al of fts mebeptions,we urge every
ti.g dea t Tht he is sa to assume his the states at the nation." of the water supply of tnisa streams, resideat tee seuthera isaLS to visit
hV!Stae i _1_f -. '- duties asa a m ber of the United Rnrd and H r to that end advise. that the sev- W-awingto for Ai sad ier ether
StaW "0.006 S tofaAdna. '1 2 tlieavenmte wa a atru addttIonal a aei states of the aion legislate great events at the week beginning
uhw----- 'Jet^. I b reason. but not the prime raMes, why The National Rivers. and Harbos with a view to vestis in the national Monday, Denme r 7."
chi_ s.t e JbM.e t ,of was elected president ,to which
a"_ -lb-ws pla died n the trst choice of would probably break up into local ground that the expression "GqIf river, the Great lakes, the St. Law-
t._we A-t ,,,,y O- every om e present. His high otice factions founded on local self interest. Coast' embraced the coast from the rence,"the Brie eanal and the Hud-
-Wep la Senator .Miton w.. wi ieloubtedly add to the weight of Mr. Fletcher's attitude and course re- R rande to the MIais sist t-wa son rivt The name "Mtssisaippi to
.. t S o or M wata e assoclats and enable aim to garang these two points constitutepl.It the Atatic I d Waterway wa
pus t en *, .an early member of me gIwsothgnrlpjt ih m thee ead=n--s-a.--dWat'eserwngas" rae
rs and took so paert oi ake hI ow M a in the cause the a happy augury of the future of the then sCe ste G Wate thterefere daos|B a e as farty reio-
O s I t a aSv to L l S r fcc butIt aeon the man general project with Kim at the 1head an Forida Shi CanaSS a a" og "1 ripet without specfinag
i.. ...u as I himea, his interest In the cause, i-is of the working o ranization.. might To thisFr latter two"were any 100la -or giving any part
0gth01 tu 5n that e o .fthe an- o the proet Naturally bee expected to want thte de promi ce

f.. .w. 1 Ai .. e e .. .. -,to& l' M y waated Fet regardl- g the general project, hut at 9"' emm w Tpe declaration. of what the a-s.-
Sworo p e U atd by probablo accepted as ound the reso ns probabe rivalry w.ithI 'a elation wants as its special reason for
a ven"n rather th by the given by thosetmlde,'t hrgan ti don between the &eat*i; sand so- existence was the subject of long and
to against mentIn in sh ay locality oad that the asocialht wanted In- earnest discuslon. It was finally de-
S nd Work. or y local lansmto in such ate athe land water e mmealct acrtas the cided by the committee to report a
]'t. t say to "boost" Mr. erganisation attacedmorsl me stet *o but deed. better for reolution calling for deep inland wa-
Sir a we entoso a atrtahe mo___ 1 .. from tA &Misatsippi to the AL-
0h^marhi a met at -aa t unetresident to the, whole project. Tho s tic. wth e SBroveeat of trtb-
t, a 11oew m a uart- whole' ment In genera w be r sen At the same tlhe; a Wsltinctlve utary rivers and watersheds, none of
d e tera aa a nasebelaton like con o with a review of te e e was desired-one that would ac- which are mentioned specifically.
Stoore :lm e nate wealth it ours that a review of the convention eral resolutions curately imply the desired aim of the The Mississippi to the Atlantic In-
whtch faHi eft roe childood often can with perfect pe.priety Inelude a association, which Is to connect the land Waterway, therefore, calls for a
bandej us. No man who beard it could statement of h s attitude tn two Im- The New Name. proposed "Interstate Inland" between general project. To the engineers
Itl to leave et convention hb3 1 ortant points, when they are espe- A suggestion was ae toh the Rio Grande. and bAe Mi/sissippi and to congress is left full determina-
Imore useul ettn beesmse of beln lalany sisgn cant. at a criterion of his A suggestion was to chae wita the "Atlantic" freme Malnato the tion of the route, subject to the spec-
Mde to see the seuth *tb thMe plea'- Stness to head a general project the name to the "East Gulf Coast la- East Florida coat, completing the ial arguments that eadea Rection can
eye and keen bnln of this man of for which If not properly conducted, land Waterway associatiUo," on the proposed chain with the Mississippi make as to its local part at the route.

This leaves each section free to ad-
vocate what is locally desired, and,
furthermore, each locality is expected
to do this, as any progress made by
any locality is a gain in that locality
for the general project, while the as-
sociation as a whole Is not used to
promote the interests of any one lo-
cality in preference to the others.
Any ,progress, for instance, that
Pensacola and her Chamber of- Com-
merce can make toward having the
government dig a "military" canal to
connect Fort Morgan and Fort Bar-
rancas will benefit tCe Mississippi to
the Atlantic association without prej-
udice to the interests of Apalachl-
cola, St. Andrew, the Mobile valley,
the Chattahoocle valley or the ship
canal hopes of Jacksonville. Similar-
ly, anything that those loealstles can
do to promote what they especially
want, will promote the gKeneral pro-
ject without injury to the local Inter-
ests of Pensacola in her special ef-
forts to get Inland water between
Pensacola bay and Moboe bay.
No Favoritism.

The Next Meeting.
Jacksonville was selected for th
next meeting. the executive committee
to Ax the *date. New OrleaMs went
Into the vote, but it was belevoed that
we could get more members and more
money by going to Jacksonville. and.
also, that we could do more for ute
organization and the cause. Tho.-
present did not think that New Or-
leans would look on us as command-
inug repect until w. built up in Flor-
Ida a membership and fnancial
strength that would command attei-
tion and support everywhere. As one
man said. "If we go to New Or-
leans. It will prove The graveyard of
the organization, and long delay tt
realization of our hopes." That was
the predominating feeling, and be-
yond doubt that feeling waq correct
rather than the contrary. Jacksonville
can be counted on to draw strength
to us from the South Atlantic coast.
and to hold that strength. New Or-
leans could not at this time be count-
ed on to our advantage.

On the other hand, the convention ean't tell you in words what the tron-
defeated a resolution endorsing the ble is: but 'if its complexion ge s
proposed improvement of the Chatta. pasty, if it gets weaker and weak,-,
beochee, Flint, OChipola ad Apalaca.- oIns o feh and Is cross and peevish
tefl rivers "as part of the genera of can be certain that it bu s worm ,.
plan advocate for a Inland wate Ge it W tes c Vertafuge,
W ay and improvement -of tribaCy goarmateed harmless. Expels the
watyand Ipr at t worms and puts tihe baby in a healthy
warsheds. .normal condition.
In Mobile last May a simniar reso- Sorml ndrecomen. d by W. A.
Intion by Mr. Craft in behalf of the 'WAM erte. dru et and apothecary.
Mobile river sad Tennessee valley. 121 Soeth P x s tre- Pensacola
was discaesed and withdrawn, which a
fxed the policy of the sasoelation.
At the Mobile convention, also, it was Gave Her Away.
my privilege to lead in the defeat of a The weather-bound omnibus wasa.
resolution in favor of the Wiley billwa
on the ground that it represented Mo- crowded and the occupants qere lis-
bile and Pensacola, and not the Whole taming with interest to the high-toned
project, and I was unwilling to jeo- conversation of two stylishly-dressed
paradise the wider project and the as- ladles., one of whom was accompanleri
sociation as such by committing it by a little boy, says Tit-Bits. Socrn
to Pensacola's Interests In preference they knew that one of the speakers
-to the Intertors of all the sections hd recently moved into a "larger
there represented. These two records house farther west."
were cited at Columbus. but the Chat "Do you know, dear," she said, "wo
tahoochbee, Plint. Chtpola, Apalachicola ad such trying time getting thing
resolution was forced to a vote in Spite Into order on the last ocaslon we
of the protest of the Ajalachola see- moved that this time we just headed
tion, who stood by the poUcy laid the house over to Blank & Co., and
down at Mobile.A tie vote iated.' they did everything. My husband and
and Honorary PrOident CraftM, who I went touring on the continent until
was In the chair at the time, aUnonUe- things wore in order."
ed that ae would cast the de4ing At this point "sonny," with hts nose
vote against the resolution had he not close to the windowpane, yelled:
decided that the resodutiea was out of "LGok may., look!
.grder, and be so ruled. The lrulfng "S a bM at chilLJ" sled
was appealed fromt aad gmg = o wi- ito Pera -
which establUhes th. po yr tho ali mad hIe peaite to
association by written record on apl a dark-visaged Individual on the pave-
peal frbm the decision of the chair- t. "There's the man who co es
the association cn not act on any every week for the furnltare money."
resolution advocating a partleular
part of the general Vian, and can not Not M ueh.Paialy.
endorse local propositions at the risk "Got much family?" "Just a pup
of creating local jealousies within the Ran a rubber plaat."-WaTlVtai
organization. Herald.


By VamdeMa Vasmma Tb~ ae WalCtewm Lasturer. and Wetar,

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BeL B. IAndsay Is the Judge of the ity over womnd of other states. butI
juvenile court Ina Denver, C.l. He because Colorado was born at a pro-
has made a study of boy life ad in- pitious hour. Our country had r3aca
corporate the highest knowledge and ed its one hundredth birthday and
Ideals ina the dealags of the court with new, things were flitting through the
boy offenders. The methods are so brain of man, and one thing was that
at variance with the old pfedgeham while people may not be born equals,
aer system of trying to make a boy they are born with equal lights and
good by pniebhentat that it has at- women are people. This settled it
traced the attention ad woe the ad- with the men of Colorado. Women
S ilrationa t only o this country, but are people and the women-peop.l of
*very country that Is making a study Colorado believed in the work of
of the moral editnaU ef um. Judge Lindsey for the children of the
But BW'oamia has not been a favor- state.
Its with the parties and so won- But there was no nomination, and
der. for hbe toerates no Wtieal n-so money to run an independent tick-
terferece withvhis work. To hima er et until a woman from the east sent
vice is everytlhi, and party i ooth- In $5.00: others gave $2.000 and th :
Ing, ad bhe wl even go to te treas- woman ticket was launched with th-
onable Imegth of exposing corruption slogan, "Don't forget to scratch for
la places hto h or low, whenever and Lindey." One democratic paper op-
wherever Ble Suas t. That surely tI ened it.s mossy eyelids enough to sec
the sin us ar, ble! Who could ex. the popular trend and got on tthp
ect office with such a record? wagon and Judge IAndsay carrie I
And so this year the saints of the nearly half tkhe votes of the city. leav-
eM parties who make up the -lates ing his two opponents far behind.
at caucuses and do the puffing an. Those who are acquainted wita the.
blowing at conveatios, passed this reform work of the country kno v
little Judge by. 'WWhy should the"- that the electlop of the famous jur.'-
plant a thorn right In their own body. ile judge of Deaver I. the greatest
and this with open eyes? No air. thc' moral victory of the cspaisgn.
fellow who is to receive thair sara. "Women dmi't vote If they have a
and M support maat toe the liae. l ci. c lne .
his eye. or eloe the lip at least, to "But of course women vote just as
all their evil doings and murmur their husbands vote."
"amen" at the proper angle. So, Sir Of course.
Beanamin was thrown overboard. But Of course, "only tae bad womacn
great as is their knowledge there are vote-"
some things that even politleians do Of course "no good has ever been
not know. They can tell how many- brought about by woman's vote."
ducats to scatter, bow much beer to I say "of course." because we are
turn loque, how many tray voters told so by great authorities, and it
can be eorraled, and the pivotal m,; is very unbecoming a lady to -Jisbe-
meat to loat a campaign lie. but they leve cardinals and bishops and
have ver yet been able to fathom wiseacre* s eWrafy.
the depth of a moral issue, and even The National Federation of Wmoman's
today they do not know that there dubs is dolag aa eoelleat work in
are thsbmaad of people willing to the circulating art gallery. 'e.a hun-
dle for their convictions. The word dred and ninety-lfve hole pictures.
"convlctioas" Is not found in their po- reprints of our itnst works, make rte
litical dictionary, and how could they collection. These will be .ep free to
be expected to exceed their Instru'- any club or a ol for exhibition, pro-
tions. vided the so ety eagaging them hold
So as I said, Beajamin was at sea. public exhib!_ons with a saalE fee
Now, Colorado is one of the four Attached. suaolent to pav for trans-
states that has given full sufRage to portatiou one way. A prus is offer-
wore- By am I mean owe aMW t:-i ed the pupil or the supl roe soell-
same *that our oble lrda t lug the largest ui tne.rhet

=n *aM eomue of their -superior- a Naeelteat WEk It is ti lte wlt the

M ever it went it attracted great atten- organize
tion and won unanimous praise. I line, pe
am hoping the tour of Flr -iua t.h- ;wave'of
Some Pointed as Well year will be greatly extended. the state
The State Federation of Florida In th
Clubs, meets in Live Oak this coming clubs o
as Eloquent Cm en ,week. This is always an inspiration pulsory
to local work and binds the societies state. o
on Current Events :: together for the larger work of .he by cou
state. Word will be carried to it that endeavor
Pensacola. Panama, Marianna. and bor law
S "-' i Milton have organized Civic Improve- are firg
traveling library. ment associations (perhaps other work ft
traveling librar a smaller collctionplaces, too) and no doubt these in for pro
due time will enter the federation of the pea
sent over the country touching Flor- the state. No one can estimate the fluence
ida, I think, at three places. Wher- present and permanent good of suc'I school

nations. They are moving in
perhaps leading It in the new
f progress that is sweeping over
te. Let other towns follow on.
e legislative year to come the
f the state will work for com-
education either for the whole
)r as North Carolina is doing.
inty 4ocal option: they will
r to strengthen the caild la-
: they will join the forces that
hting tuberculosis. They will
or a constitutional amendment
obibition to b.' submitted to
ople. They will use tCheir in-
to change the autocratic
system of the county into a

We are happy tp report that everything looks quiet and pewful aCTin

democratic rule of districts anad towu
and in many other ways work for the
higher interests as they see It, of the
people. In union there is strength
so let us join together for the best
of alL



Florida Officer Says Duncan
and His Gang Were
the Worst.

"The greatest criminals who ever
operated in Florida? That's a ques-
tion, but, in my opinion, Frank Dun-
can and his gang were the greatest
thieves that ever crossed the border
// lines of the state." It was a dull
day at police headquarters and Chief
of Detectives Frank Bell was In a
reminIscent mood, says the Tampa
Times. The station. "regulars" quit
-the general oatee and gathered in
'Chief VWoodward s quarters to bear
'u-.e story.
"Duncan was the man who held
aloft in hi.. hand a bottle of nitro
glycerine and dared a dose. of us to
hbot or not to shoot. It meant eter-
nity for every man in the room and
-he had the nerve to cross to the Great
-'4. 1n Divide wit hus, but be did not throw
it. He was afterwards hanged in
tEirmingham. Ala., for murder.
I "'Now Duncan was a king pin crimi-
Snai.'* continued Mr. Bell. "He came
S pre to Tampa and lively for a while
R I al eSoto Park. About this time safe
blowing began to occur. This was the
early part of 1905. and many people
remember them. Two saloon safes
were blown in Tarpon Spring and we
began to be active. Shortly after thils
the bank at Leesburg was blown. In
the meantime T had secured the ser-
vices of one Jim Ahnas. ambler and
regular sport. and he delved into the
matter by virtue of certain connec-
tions. The net rasulit of which was
certain system of yq own is St.
Augustine, and taken in hand *y the
sheriff of St Johns county. Wth
him was his pal, a. fellow uggg
Stafford. -
Thep eafty Pe.
-The time-a of trial 41 IdM
in the irathered at TaVw to OMis' _a
SGoIux downto the Afat wzI tahe
building, some half Ml Of as. of

look tle prisoner over and make sure
of our man. His wife oasd been visit-
Ing him and she had slipped him the
bottle of itro glycerine. We looked
him over and be surveyed us with a
scornful eye. Suddenly he sprang
back and holding the bottle aloft,
cried in a tone that, while it smacked
of the dramatic, was none the less
"'Give us liberty, or give us death
together. You know what Is in the
bottle. Make way for me or III throw
"Not a man stirred. We had cov-
ered him with our revolvers at his
first leap. but what chance did we
stand against his botle of explosive?
It was one way or the other and with
the same finish either way-blow
"Young Stafford, his pal, dropped
on both knees and begged him not to
throw it. He loved that Stafford boy
and he desisted finally. and I wart
to tell you that. I consider, is tWe
closest call I ever had wUih my U111.
I was not afraid at fhe time. but later
I was ready to collapse. It jut-t
seemed to me as if my muscles gave
out on me some three hours after i
went through that senme.
"Duncan received a sentence of 15
years here in Florida, but sentence
was suspended on him so that he
could be turned over to the Alabama
authorities, for It was not until after
his capture for his safe operations in
Florida' that we learned that he was
the man wanted in Birmlnztam for
murder. Through It all his wife
stuck to him In a way that won ad-
miration from all who knew him. Tr
mattered not what the odds, she was
there with the 'bells.
"The murder for which he was want-
ed in Alabama was the killing of two
police officers. Posing as a railway
fireman, dressed for the part at tha .
he was arrested, but als story was so
straight that he threw the Alabam:
officers off their guard and he shot
them both, escaping. Therefore, Ala-
bama requisitioned him when he was
landed In Florida and the authorities
of this state swrrenderedinSghIm he
paid the penalty of his crimc on the
"Yesa sir, Duncan was the most
desperate and the sleckest criminal E.
Florida's annals. I have given you
but a brief reveiwe of hi history, a
detail descript of It would take
a book."
PMtabrig. Pa.. Nov. 1.-A
d4 sbn In bomor of theasoa
Jilee of time eoevatoe to th .4pt

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'KFlorida Woman's Cab is

.e the Disease.

The following is a wall card which
printed on3large cards, is baing adopt
J, 4ed by the Wones's CliubI n over the
SUated States, aad ~sed by them In
their crusade against
JW SR tT w5ey are being posted ianconguouz
....and building s where eopib ng
Arw Yok gate:
a FoW 01mption Can be Ced.
The best cures for consumption are.
gte l1. Fresa air and sunshine, which
S. kill the germs of coaaumption.
2. Nutritious and well-ooked food,
NOT.;a 14o>iA > t l ow -0 N i U -whichad o the.e system to throw oft
o ta e t *att ue K W seem to be more the dseae.
Aw34 'wabtaa 'o roe n3. Regulated restaanc exercise,
gira t pfrd $ 4hI~P Sand such mejleines as are seeded to
&"%m e a4 .t as 61miW 1 l i' s more ad help the conditions which accompany
Sg uiktyles of waists, this disease.
thesis1sittl -et Attellp Do not use adev raised cures for
I*Ut tht s a win t e 4i beingIn w otf a n l c num option. They will not cure.
rPst with ,ag ft wit !h of the more Medicines are useful in treating con-
Seek bris -*r an tght- 4t4ti D ditions associated with conenmption,
W.O1In I" r f inshed with a but should be prescribed by a reliable
ba p itever S ad or wiith a ipstilan for each case.
00" ever *a band or wi a Consumption is not hereditary.
w l a ider eo grey, There may be inherited a narrow
I ba e h .a tint oof row n ~thest, a low vitality, a general pre-
Sa d ie' well liked. ege disposition to the dthease, but these
Swit ak-wl liaderda.s in eigae can be overcome by Judicious trainI g,
9tilq the kdn~owno as 'ayOut-door -exercisenourishing food.
St a kno regulated rest, and avoidance of all
d i we ad able, Intali excesses.
Sd ad t e farites.d The Careful, clean coainmpttve lIs
t 3ISqSo w hatw o tr-iu s Dot dangerous to those with whom he
works and lives.,
WS a e a. tqine T bee ca a nuse o consumtxption is a germ
S~~Se i tme ite Wl w which Is found In the sputum (spit)
own. .ur 4 ir and velvet, coughed up by the consumptive.
l +. S .I'..H the Wrats la sttm e These germs may get into the system
Ly ,aw at of Ulm- 1. By inhaling them in a dried state
SseeM is a to- from the dust in the air we breathe.
W bl oewa of velvet or' 2. By putting into the mouth arti-
Sat oament eles that have been used by a sick
Wit 1toy p2l aa g. person.
.* gm> a. Ts !- i m 3. By eating diseased meat, or
-,8Mfj"ed but a o Qu drizlking Infected milk.
SX 2 to be the most 4. Occasionally through as abras-
Saama e e It on of the skin.
sa e ,tthe life of aa n old Prevent consumption by having an- a bright wing tispitting laws enacted and enfor ed
Do not anllw others to Inflict their
T.-ad s are the disea t -ses upon you. a n d
r oof this autumn's Preserve your health by livi nt
1 __0 every Case, a working and sleeping In rooms whe
is introduced. thereis fresh air night and o y, wla
S"s are sought for ter and summer.
s W2 under the same To expand the chest and strengthen
e .. they appear very the lungs, stand erect in the fresh
h n air and b yeathe-tbrough the nose,
S I i t texture keeping the mouth clomd-long full
a f. .ar wa the autumn. breaths so as to carry the air to every
Sogt d dallitr ys are ofte Mpart of the lungs. By doing this every
S, -1 Uthe adi of a day, nlgat and morning, you will great-
St': m ; "ehhac s amd a a. ly Improve your health. Other things
.f bh i.. J ip a dark0 sse. being equal, deep breathers live long-
I .aat si leth taller e astume er than short breathers. -to
Am jbato witr q'qlUs Always stand and walk erect, and
I 4 to look ex- when sitting keep the back straight
S ""lts .are muen Do not use intoxicating drinks or
-t othe year ad a narcotics; their use makes recovery
p as popualr I the silk hat and from consumption more dIfficult, and
w11 S werG all waster. toads to induce the disease.
4. d*W upon the head If you haave a cough be examined at O E
JA _opig ~ is still fashione- nce. In many cities and towns there
but less will be seen. are dispensaries where such examina-
+WAUe" fti amount or tions are made free of coat. If your
tr e od tulle and net cough is caused by the germs of tu- An In iatio
"amused -in. UW in preference berculosis--consumption-you can be IS Now E
ne "e weedg ewto W1 a na" ltb, eaL it is easier to cured if the disease has not too strong
"tow a beesMt t a1WW151 of thee materials than the a hold on your system. For Next
wm ow -fiheavier geso Never spit on the sidewalk or floor.
IFM as as-mae AIr featlers rl Mh and osprey are but on a piece of paper or cloth which thet State De
no "d m -e br shiObal*, M wl- as wings and shall be burned! Always spitout.etie
a Pee V qull a material coughed up; do not swallow Extendthe
mumS es ata i Ostrilh feb others are again in e it. By swallowing it the other prgan
and I aAl len8ths. but the matter of may become infected.sealsT
Sapplicate is a change to that use i Finally, to prevent or cure consuamp- Washington. D.
-\SPOA QO i!po during the Summer and is the mark tion, breathe the fresh air, when pos- ,September will w.
e M Of te new autm hat. sible live in the sunshine, have regu- gathing of internal
,W es by maR In plain T Is Or girle is a salient lea- lated exercise and rest, and eat nu- seen in this couni
w. ee es stee t3rl 4 the .ore dressy waists. tritious and well cooked food, chewing apartment has been
| hiIi ___e or. w jordles are made of it thoroughly before swallowing. ,hal invitations fro
latI yeI waII,- a tiat. tr g~I d Isbed with fringe Health department of the civic comr- fe association, of
teor (BMml.Whe i. brought around mittee. Massachusetts State Federa- A Drain is preside
lef t *A.e it is knotted tion Woman's Clubs, to the ambassa
inaba. the hip line. ludorsed by health department, civ- from nineteen con
.. . . htiN 1b style with sash ics committee, G. F. W. C.. rifle shooting, forum
t....i"."....... _~tate.. ....... en4 r sette. Adopted by health department civ- countries to be i-i
1 teSge morning wear ics committee, Florida P. W. C. teams at the col
tareald the h /e } sists of a skirt tournament. Mor
"grse es a o tre el which cloes matches than eve-

Wit tUe itary long range c

TH"C AR E there will be an
S+A Il'esgl t, tion at 1000 yards
Mr. JehWs 36 highland 300 meters: an inc
"W IISw says: "Have at 300 meters an
s agevery win- competition at rft,
t'e and 1 winter. I tried The conditions f,
many U hnsd. but the Fashionably Dressed Y g Trophy- match prn
I -' bought a F c. eight, using t-e na

406 New Disoovery Cop le FraRin Broklyn, of their country.I
t W n oe. the cough allotted to each t
was an T winter the same being 800. 900 an
_OK I II f;f t wd; a few Arested m Jax. targets will be re<
O ib heslhed the annual with a 36-inch b
IB1 m e vI macei that Dr. circle 54 inches in
Sry is 11M the best of Tne JacksonVsfle Metropolis of yes- pie square," 72 1
SI wa TRedes." Sold terday says: mainder of the tar
Moedf = druggists. 60 Chargel with passing a forged check outer. The value
Sf S $1.! I free. for $1,000 on the Prospect National he: bulls eye 5;
__ "" B-_ Bank of Brooklyn, Henry Osman, a 3; outers. 2. Th
d fII -eufwtag Tade" ea young white man of excestient appear- shots per man at
D7 WAM the relati ance, was at 2:30 o'clock this after- out artificial rest.,
t-eson countries as masi- noo arrested in East Jacksonville by shots additional.
Aee to- hi-e tn __ost. Plain Clothes Officer Boggs and Pa- magnifying sights
I Ct'll-R iaW l to have the smost, trolman Phillip Lord. Evelyn Parker, are also minor t
u tW ues m i**-to the evident displed- aa pretty young woman, who was travy- such as are presc
SW aI I Italan. who wish eling as Osman's wife, was also ar- year by the count
WA d W u 4 q o WItr to- carry of the rested. phy.
Sat ithod. A en the Osman and the woman came to
r A. llam"*. 4 Sa W13111 outurned ot the Jacksonville from New York abeard
?~~ --lI ,,f 4 m "-es^w^s turnd out the Clyde Une steamship Comanche,
aaCUs fr l a1 beh. a. a a traveling as J. Hamilton and white.
A" -0r "I" l "Olmed aGerD Both admitted t heir Identity at l
Ct 19"M MB pe r o !@*t. *Oa yw planme dem?" ie headquarters where Osman de-
Sfctly wth V M e IT'S A MRIME posited nearly $900, a part of the
UM tio. ndwith o&ei The wors money ,ch he is a uppos to hae

myIU"W= -to m e tears before reaching police belagemr
itMadre tem and ters,-ibeneg t rdono as
USM cMhr mic m car, and showed c u sid fs htd
a" no t aIso iwhen placed ju& a &eML. Ocer ISga M
m -orany is credited with god work in locating
1 ,the couple, ath t whom ari every
t-a-f- 'b y Ash s dramTs& Teye
Pt W"' byW.~ "+~w held until further notice m'ew
Hioset, aco.aI
SusrbLorTeJu a

A Colytic Barber Shop

THE disunkaion of opening the first Colytic Barber Shop, be-
j^long to Mr. Emile Caye of Baltimore, Maryland.
"ColTyic" is from a Greek word meaning preventive,

that is, having the power to prevent the spread of germ disea

Patrons of better shops hvae notlted extraordinary changes in recent years, for In oestain l hai s the t.
tempt at modern cleanminesa-or Asepsis, as it is called-almost equals that in t peratlg em e a hospital.
#tot many years ago, any attempt on the part of a barber to discourage the spread of dlMseaMle
germs would have been considered a huge joke, but there is no joke about it today. The flM rl by
Unna (ask your dinner about him) that dandruff is a contagious disease due to an Invisibleo gve glsh
(a microbe) in the ascalp, ibgether with the fact that certain other disease can be sped In b r pk un-
less intelligent preventive measures are employed, has put a new phase upon barbering.
Incidentally too, it has enabled the more progressive and intelligent barbers to *mply e*pmt-ive s la.
tific mathdsa that add greatly to the safety and comfort of their patrons, while at the same tia papag Ialgd-
some returns upon their investments.
The word -AntlMeptic" has been very generally adopted by barbers to describe sheps lit whis the w r
methods prevail, but as Antiseptic means against putrefaction, or having the por to deoesy heart a Upenm
which putrefaction depends, it will be seen that the word "Colytic" more correctly descrlbear. Ca e wem<|lo
palace of cleanliness, that is claimed t" be one of the sights of Greater Baltimers. Mr. Ca. e 1 ia piOewr
in scientific barbering, having been proprietor of the famous old Carrolton Hotel Barber Shop, that enjiped iter-
national fame on account of its Aseptic methods.
Does the great Colytic Barber Shop find it necessary to use New. row's Herpicide, the original rgeg t
kills the dandruff germ? Indeed it does. Each one of the twenty barbers in this big tb n hkm iew-
bro's Herpicide on his stand, because the patrons of high grade barber shops, all eor ourllau, ir N MW.-
boe's Herpicide and are willing to pay for it. Read the following short but interesting details of e Cele
Barber Shop:

Each barber-stand is equipped with an electrical
Steriizer, wherein the Barber's razors are sterilized be-
fore use. This renders ruch razor absolutely free from
micro-organisms or apores, thereby making It impossible
for the raor ts spread disease.
Brushes, Combs and Mugs.
Alls having mugs, hair-brushes and combs are ster-
ilized before and after being used on each customer.
The thorough sterilization of these Implements means
their perfect freedom from pathogenic germs.

All towels are white lines. After eI b laugMMed
they are packed in bundles of tan -and -ut 0 te
bags, where they remain proetegod ll- theM u edML
Barbers are not limited to the nume o f,= u nd en
a customer, and fteen theomd Ns
In use.
Fabrics, Utma. Mc.
All hair cutthin --S, HPIPs' WM-__ A III"
in large glass fumlgaters, where- s
tant is vaporised, the f of
stroy disease germs of every chs-actAr.

Remember that Newbro's Hepilcide is the ORIGINAL remedy that kills the dandm f garm.
'Before rirpicide was manufactured, not two people in a thousands, outside of medical m u knew wtisNg
about the dandruff germ, because its discovery was too recent.
The campaign for scalp cleanliness conducted by The Herpicide Company has been a p te1t fmaler I
bringing about the improved conditions that are found in the more progressive barber ahps tedky.
Save aid beautify your hair with Newbro's Herplickld
Send 10 cents in stamps to The Herpicide Company, Dept. 39, Detroit ,Mih., for sample al-d beeklet. oT
alze-60 cents and $1.00. At Drug Stores. When you call for Herpicide do net accept *a Metta.
Applications at Prominent Barber Shops.

'W -~A3. t ryhT.C^r ^^s*-**

Druggist and Apothecary.
121 South Palafox Street.


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Will Receive a Medal.
Each member of the winning team
will receive a medal and other prizes
in this match will be determined lat-
er. The Individual match at 1,Q.OO
yards will attract great attention, as
America, by reason of its records, and
its victories in the Olympic games
and elsewhere, claims the distinction
of having the finest long range
marksmen in the world. In this match
any rifle, with any sights, including
telescopic, and any ammunition may
be used, thus throwing the match
open to the entire world. The dis-
tances, targets, count and dimensionss,
are the sale as iu the Palma Match.
The winner of this match will be hail-
ed as tae long-range champion of the
world and will be given en Interna-
tional championship cup which will
become his property. Other prizes
will be arranged for in the program.
The International team match at
300 meters will be for teams of six
men, using any rifle with open fore-
sights and any kind of back sights.
with any ammunition. The target will
be white, 1 meter in diameter, with
a black center of 60 centimeters diam-
eter, the entire target. being divided
into ten concentric circles counting
from one to ten points. This will be
an unusual match for this country,
because of the style of target, the dis-
tance, the count and the number of
shots. Each competitor will Are 120
shots. equally divided among the
standing., neelnag and prone posi-
tions. They will be fired in strings
'of ten shots each without interruption
and ten sighting shots will be allow-
ed in each position. Another rule/of
interest in. this match is that after
ten shots the target will be taken
down and preserved as a proof in
case of discussion. The official count
will take place under the direction of
the committee of umpires. immediate-
ly alter the shooting is finished.
The 300 meter match for individ-
uals will be shot under conditions
similar to those of the toam match.
The revolver team mareh will be
open to teams of four Ue:i. using any
revolver cr pistol witi. open sights:
distance 30 yards. Two s'gbters and
fifty shots will be allow-.l, In series

of five shots each, a fresh target be- they wod be ep tod i this
iug provided for each series. The country nt ti Te nth-
center of the shot hole asd not its es will take place after t e NHisal
edge will determine *o,value of each and ether matches here. so Mes will
shot. beso BO r ict ina dates.
To Settle Disputes. dg i
Eac competing nation will desig- l *** for 1'
nate one delegate to a committee A. S-i--ne hseatr
whose duty it till be to settle defln- placed&a Mmer o W -
itely and without recourse, any ques- aUS in a eartaa to n. ar Tt-
tion which may arise not covered by Bit. 70S bs10 t he oeing
the rules of the match. The mem- iptim :
bers of tids coaaittee will be semi-. "Th-eWett knews "M to
nated by team captains, and the co in- 0 DIp a pew5 ? MM h slot. Prnh,
,nittee will elect its own chairman, the
who shall 7ave a casting vote In ad- a^ th urnod wM a
edition to his vote as a member. Vis- mi o ui e dC lled. and
iting teams will be furnished with mAY v im ii. not re-
tents, cots mattresses, blankets sad slat as at 1 t aU'i mO S new
camp equipage, free. together with 4dViOe i tSh a M that 'im.*
free use of targets for four days pre- *thy took the wine--"erAtstan-
ceding the match. In concluding his *i *h"i" sd SbUNJ
letter to the ambassadors General took f& mSf d pull Out of thei a-
Drain says: "S' reWtlks from those ia* Bat that was alL .10 o 4t
interested as to the events and their soildthere was sotme tal1
scope will be welcome. It is desired ing ope the beaded tiee
that this shall be a truly lIterntat tale S Set
shooting test and for that reas as wpradL Valckd S m mm s
near a common basis o. rules is desir- w 'O the wealth a retSae, after
ei as it is possible to S (O late. Ina O"wthat"o p' es WM the
view of the necessity for exte- ive Wag Pr 41 gtI- tihe
preparations for these 0oustests it is worwd. The mew Iuw
requested that an answer be returned tht thM e et i Peam m ed.
at the earliest possible date la w.sci A oo .
shall be set forth the decision of your mu A -at ea- ll, twe
country in regard to the seeding of man, what are o p g to be whim
a competitor or competitors to take mS.w5 re ? b
part in the propose" contests." u -u *i
The invitations will l forwarded a wyer.
by the state department to, the diplo- isM te. AgMlM W laMe"i.
magic representatives of the difer- -whydoes he t k ? il NIeX.-+WWI
ent countries in Washington, to their ne you are so lo ver?
military attaches here and through Lttleo Maa s. wIt' be I
the American ambassadors and minis- asks saa ilfly goP tl !-4m-M
terms abroad. The at-eteen countries
and colonies invited, are: England,
Canada .Australia, Frtaae, Switzer- If N gwlaeed It Wms@L
land. the Netherlands,'Norway, Dea- nTh CZ-tr.rl--D DB. here, sir,
mark. Sweden, tair, Gerasay. Aus- mak It a rl to gI to bed with
tria. Greece. Mxesi4,jArgustine Re- St eooeme.
public, BraUil, Spa, U glm and Ja- T7Ie U-it -I-- wt'_t youe ad it
pan. Some of these will also receive beastly imnalMy?-Pck.
invitations from the National Rifle As-
sociation of America direct through
their national Rile Associations, such
as England, Canada. Australia. UT IPWY
France. Switzerland, Italy aad the
Argentine Republic. It is probably
too much to expect tCat all these I not cre chiW of bed-
countries will be' represented, >but it ?rAtt i M BL. mm AsK
is heli-ved there will be more tears W. sBeR. mtIn. ww seai free to Doy
rer-,ebenting digerent actions thaasn tr1IUI ..ft I home timaeMt.
ever before shot on Asmerican Soil. L 5S r m me sasy,
While in England. at the Olympic b~bl e I sway. DealWNa the
games. where he captained t heAmer- **M e ases are mt o bhip It.
ican team. Gen. Dralu received the AWt C-uMsi
promise fro a nuaher of teams that rt W a 4 i"

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iiiias a4 slfsg and talking come.
4Imaa, Mr.Wp~omes highly recoi-
useiKp'ir oaeedinan.
t mas Wade & R eynolds w*~*
skteh "~tftej. The
t t, which they lata-
3 smiw wth ianham f
orUto, ravty artistst, .sters and
=toW -' gl "Wnages 'quests
SWks an* UMIAR u Uend the
Iswt.tit Agh as geagible.
NVepMr. Che-b*
2aVW1 in OCavian Chiltoa is a
trpiwsl a woom Her par-
*i"t., JepN end tr Able, were
aolfiam r sew s te Oxd, MI.misslsppl,
a"d Mrs aUoma is still a vig in the
nouse ta o 1u6iU she was born. She
has all the tditetive e amcterlatcsa
of W el '.A o drops her "r'a; she
has 'the 0xpectatoa of betag served,
*tee proer Vi w-.po& t on the
eer ad the gracious
char- t r and hlptable -W

The t Is. far to look upo

aioy .fhm ar; ft r air IA burahed
gold, her eyes a dark grayish-lue. She
looks, treag, capable, woumaaly; s If
she had ae-e e4laite purpeae Ia Ile
and the ower eAd ase to carry It
through to stesltful a*emplishment.
She is worth seeing, as a charming
But he is even *tore worth while
for what sie dem. She is an artist.
interpreting the beet things that have
been written, with a natural, I tern
a'nlity whitehk is been fostered ad
Seveloped undtt-thp best masters of
New York; Basteso a LAedon. uatit
she Is ihe mlstrma of the technique
atf her art Mere than that. se h
the rarer gift it gpreciatio; Mrs.
Chlt -has eyes to see, ad ears to
hear. She reatda betwea the Inmes
and brings t4 toese who listed to her
even thoae f* which the author
has left In the allences.
Mrs. Chiltoun M11 appear at the K.
of C. harll next atwday In the second
number of the Lyceutm course.
.The aap*Ilaut that Henry Knott
*" writtea a cycle of plays waleh
wesM aidea with the tfundamnetals o
life has .tuPtie wide attentlnm in
i hoe r Aiurica aand England.
Not only a the daiy peers given
the *hBWF fld' publicity. but dra-
Toao J fmam -d maai es, have
tivew .l* te, much markmo altea-

Map S~Yhe will head the cast
of h a ry ,players, w
one-O ti me ak sss to
Inr thins 0eM, am
er ft 4 a dtf $ aveWA
the wa t o m yOty other
lactr~a %et have the eor-
fto phue, as dM3 Miss
w. *
"The wB in oer In
Cjitrao #bo r &t arat prp-
- diced *L a pleasaU Later
Ut will he s4n !a ofthe larger


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"H is Honor thg Ma~yo."


largest collections of prompt books around M T. Hctnry. B. Harrif's omfes own personality, voice, and acting. to The magnificent $7,000,000 palace d
that belonged at one time to famous th-?e days by reason ef the active portray his conception of the charac- Oharles W. Schwab, former president
actors of the past. of any actor on pr""tarts*'ios i ni mdr for the earl- ter Ills support Included. Harry Hil- of the steel trust, occupying the Meek
the American stage. rp-cdletior rf Charles Klein's nrw liard as Karl. Mr. GriffiPh as He!n- facing Riverside drive, between evam
t Aern -st l1'. "The 'Third Dee-rc." IltErior rich. Miss Nordstrum as Olga, Marion ty-third and Seventy-fourth streets, to
That Rose Stabl's thouneits we-e a0 r-ratvr-s ---P ( in_ couiltcrl. n- Lorne as Mini, and HardAs Kirklard boarded up. The reason given by Mr.
arst llrect to the state through at- tioir i. m.n in.orviw d-.n -. H rman Hofmian. Others in thu Schwab is that he can no longer a(*
tlnedinH f.irt prrman_-, n! fact. every tr e that is interested in ,.t. we "e i.ic Taber, Mt:udr Ga;t.- ford to ke(-p hia costly residence open.
Chicago. with her fr-.e:r. Coloo-l tiheo frnsIJir of a re dzence of a f, huh-L Rice. Jane Murray. Pr(.i- r. Schiwab mad"e this anoUamee
Stable who was for -.! -ny ye'rs dra- woP.-to-do e-rrin, 'be wr-ld. has been ton 'rews an I A thur Hoyt. nent when h~ charged ht serv-
matic critic of a Chieao newspaper. cn'led In. No'hi.g is being left un- :'...,i .i:nteona ry and Fre Stone ants and prepared to crie e up the
That bharle ie'n. th author of dd-e to in.ure au artistic production. in a revival of "The Red Mill," the palace and his stable at 209 West SeW
"The LI"n and the Mo first be- t mu-ical comedy by Victor Herbtert enty-sixth street. Intended irlginafll
came prominent P% a librnttist of an d il-nry Blossom. kept is large aud, to shelter a ,ragnlficein string of
several comic oeras ir ne a't he Academy at Music in horses. He has said that be will
several oic or ant good humor this wee.. One make his permanent home la sBthig
IThat H1-n Wire. who .* to aDpeW- f tn- two newcomers in the p. r- hem, Pa., where .he can attend padre
In a lead!n- "art in Cbrles Klein's ~ imace wv, Miss Flore,:ce Quiua. elobe-y t his duties as pre-adiet oI
new ala "The Third Th nF ree." i ** ho tanz 'he Gret-hen role prettily; the Bethlehem Steel Company.
T practicalltv known until, er o. r, oth.r was Karl Gantvoorts, a The Riverside drive show palace
w~aeent with Blanche Wn lheb in "Th I w'Y sturdy Capt. Doris., nd an ex- was fitted "p inside as lavtihly IN
Kreutzer Sonata" -ln walch she"T.r r- ct llent as well. Aside from was built on the exterior. It Is efa
ed over the star in a clever bit or t:e stars. '-The RWd Mill" with Its an- tinated that more than $1.,00.000ws
arathe at r in. eteni t Dutch settings sad melodious expended on the decorations. hiet
a cre. bas points which put it a 1!t- room in fhe great pile ate up a fr-
'That Marion Pollock Jo6mon own t!o above most other musical com-- tune after its walls were completed.
hbe tat tat was presented to e ody play of the two prOneera The Mr. Schwab moved into his palace
athr by the saltas ornf Turkey. horse-stars. Montgomery and Stoe. after iti completion with a 60'~1iiMW
fath s father wby th e dpsult of Turkey. Mat not too obtrusive, and the delicacy fifty servants. and it has stai he
o ervii'e of the United Shttesdfor ma with whicea some other characters are his ecognised home. .r ieg -he
number at years. and was statin-
d at ConstanI ir ensation for thae who admire das
L .tness. The entire st eelve a
restsreceptionwhem the certain was tn mB"o, am"af at
SA'nnMI N who is support- res the ret s it o'ie sir.
Jehert Eft In T I e Call of .-ag of Ydl. -iz. -
bme Sark has so amsed e w=or=d a b, why it youa
t 3 Snagrer 'Se rsied in st. r W v Catn. his wife so v as-a't[e etor t t get.?-Bosta To









mei will Whitold ecame eat of the agw
o tt,' eoplet- "What Cheer, Ia.," I* a s fv
byflesury Knett.
-...... t {A new tleaticv* eatrpri eju
eppea b. 46e 00e the fashion to be launched. Will J. Blek,
for adnjma te write phtys. Rev. Lewis and a mysterious oto
SSnyder afad a ten strike with his the rural districts were m c
f oYe 7wW" a RevT. Mr. Dixon, the closeted, conversing in Ma nN
on, w muah atten- the inner sanctum (?) of eO
~"amaalerahIe money director's booths adjoining the
i Rll T mman" Bev. Fath- mam house bar. The tuxedo
W- a wrote "The Wh uan of the now being pressed.
VOgs and sew Rev. Henry .Knott of- t a recent -fmane of
Isi a cycle of plays. Melting Pot," President Boo
Ralph trt, who has been secured shouted.- "A great &lay!", "
- geral tae t~eter for the Mar. wodd-mimke a remarkable press
tin Md fMnry players, formerly for some enterprising theatrica
Wrei in "5tk'Wieart", in which ager at the termination of his v
play he m e'a big hit. Job.
Lee KoBlmBr, theyong character It has become the fashion in
eamodian who will be starred next quarters to call a certain well
Russian star "Mamima," a name
doubtless sounds very good
Messrs. Shubert.
S It is rumored that a well
s tragedian has secured same now
."'. .. e ry which will resist all sorts o
They ,ay that Nazimova never
'he newspapers. This is apt tc
her nerves considerably while i

There has been a rumo. c
hat Lotta Faust is sick. It i
hat she lost one of her bead
tight and caught cold.
Good Times Once More.
At the offices of Henry B. i
there arrives every day evident
returning prosperity. Reports
sent in by the managers of Mr
'r's traveling companies are
most flattering character. "tl
and the Mouse" companies are
ing a record breaking business
Rose Stail is packing them In -at
performance; and "The Tra
Salesman," at the Gaiety Theatr
York, is showing box office
ments of a most gratifying cha
to both tlfe management and the
.r, Mr. James Forbes. So enu
ed is Mr. Harris with the ti
showings made by his compalie
he is now preparing for an ear
election of Charles Klein's not
'"The Third Degree." and Agn
'gerton Castle's new comedy fo
rietta Crosman. The Intere
clearly manifested in Mr. H
plays has demonstrated clearlyI
that the presidential campati
not arouse the interest of the
so much as was the case in 18
Sporting Notes.
Arthur Shaw, of "The Tra
ale~sana" company, by reason
tubs winning the National
championship, will have to
eanut with a toothpick from
-ay and Forty-second street to
y-third street, on Wednesday
k fife and drum corps will
.im, the expense of which' w
S paid by Shaw. The "bet
with Frank Melntyre, and
S that his tedioua journey wll]
season by Messrg. Mapa and emery lieved by the thoughts of hew
in new comedy, b .s Sfamous line it would have been if Memoyr
in "The Muste iawh~ch he lost and had to do the trick w
nlnTed for tui Ate, i the bei two hundred and seventy pow
blonde lad, Mr. Koblari made love to avoirdupois.
his Geraina setoth t, anh expressed I VAUDEVILLETTES.
himself In the tlwg pase which Jesse L .Lasky company's
w one of tme big* &hit o the tion of "Birdland" has recr4
play: "Ach, ifheM !" exclaimed, vaudeville Auccess of the seasa
"I cannot lifdstiut you!" ensemble acts. The originalit
W- tetr Hortua secutref~,,a new the producer in creating a tweio
member of the Martia and Emery minute entertainment in whi
players, played' the leslng male role characters are all birds., has
n'"The Three at Us" by Rachel Croth- it the recommendations of Cie
era, and made a distinct 1aIpression and the public. As a result it
as a strong actor.. .. t seen in New York for many
to come. "
"Parsifal," whi MeSWrs. Martin "
and Emery are offering in English. is Mary Shaw.
meeting with much aujmesn this sea- In casting abut fOr a "life a
son, and is being received warmly iW. to play the role of Vera in
all the large eidpL, This. I the fourth Knott's drama, i'i RevVi
season for "Prltal" and It shows no Messrs. Martin and" Eme-y wer
signs of 1tmttibn ina c diwing power, fortunate m being able to secure
Shaw, an actress of great em
S"ANKLET#, powet -ad of emtiunei intellecI
0. L. Hall,. dramatic editor of the tainments. Mary Shaw rank.
Chicago Jourehl, says that "Walker the very highest stars on the

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aals over mty years ago. Her oth- 90-
-r i T ^1er wwas Terese Deagle, the rAM ad- o r c. ire uoes o iVVI .r.FXr6r6s(ifr.*fe r rnwgwf
Stag woman that Charles Frohman ever r

-lanche Batess dog is named "In- THINGS THEATRICAL
....i kem I nal but as t fe as short, he
has b een nick named. "Inty." m
here." -aO t*A, ad has wN taae solely David Belasco had the tables turn- Ceic Bew .
realM.y. by her w artisti- .-I4ie4,,.-nts ed on himself on election day. The
wlttout raiirnue to sensational press eminent author manager hrs been the UJJJi AJJLJSiJA ii 93iJA UJAt
i about eattng 4 wli'iou. unrdignited cause of thousands of persons stand- __ .sy--
SMark dlior. Miss Shaw's art is of the ing in line for hours waiting their turn
I rot" higet qualitY. She can be strongly at the box office, but it was not until New York, Nov. 14.-Frederic, the great hunters In Utto Nouo,"
no0elgy 1 aMonal wltbouat going to excess. election day just passed that Mr. Be- Thomps on established -even mpore at the New Amsterdam theatre, li*
m,: I n r1 methods are quiet but effeeUve. lasco was a victim of the same ex- firmly than heretofore his claim as a personated by "Joe" Cawthorn, "Billy
of t ~ ~ in her &re iest scenes -she ap- perience. He stood in line at the doer of big things dramatic this week B." Van and Harry Kelly.
Sher- peas to be holding herself in reserve. polls one hour and twenty minutes be- when he produced "Via Wireless" at Lulu Glaser's triumph in "Mie.
n are he gains her climaxes oy careful fore his turn to cast his vote arrived, the Liberty theatre. It is a power- Mischief." the new Viennese operetta
crescendo methods and does not rant -- tul, soul-stirring, and stupendous mel- at the Lyric theatre, continues to be-
as do some actresses wlen they en- George Arliss and "The Devil" con- odraina. which maues other modern come more and -more conspiCUS -
Sdeavor to portray strong emotion. tinue to test the limits of the Be- melodramas sink Ia8t insignifica'2e. one of the few leading "hit-" St the
Miss Shaw as been on the stage lasco theatre, New York. Matinees Imagine a scene in the furnace room current theatrical season. This pi-6
TheeLo tr some years and in that time ,he Wednes-day and Saturdays. of a great steel plant whbie a 1-inch has afforded Miss Glaser the Sagr-
agent has been called upon to do some very g --- gun is being molded, add to this a tunity conclusively to dem:eurate
l man- Important work. She has created Blanche Bates gave threa matinees thrilling rescue at sea by the aid of that she is the laughing comedio ma
present ome Toles in George Bernard Shaw's of "The Fighting Hope" at the -Be- the "wireless," and a tense and par excellence of ithe Amerliaan sage.
plays that have been a distinct ad- lIaco Stuyvesant last week. and judg- highly dramatic confession as a ftae Gertrude Hillington i- the latea ad-
Ssome ltlon to the modern stage, and her ing by the patronage at each, might and you have a little 1dea of the grat- dittoa to the cast.
known ness of this latest Thomplom pron e- Louise Gunning, the prima do
which\ tion. which is assured of % long eO star of "Marcelle," the new aPley &
to the tinued run. There was not an idle Laders operetta now being- prasuted
moment in t e whole play, which has under the management oat the Malto-r
been dramatized by Pant Armstrong Shubert at the Casino has gteted
known and Winchall Smith, the thrilling res- to that theatre every aet the
Sseelcite being taken from a one-act sketch engagement hundreds of regular
Smooth by E. Palmer and I. W. Edwards. grand opera patrons. No less a per.
..- *Powerful as the play is, it is splendid- son than Oscar Hammerstela Is a-
,e ly acted. When mechanical effects thorty for the statement that Miss
r reads e are not holding the attention of the Gunning is pro-eminently the est
o save au-dlance some one in the cast is giv- siager of the grand opera stage and
In Chi- Ing a vividly dramatic portrayal. The in every way equal to many at the
two big scenic effects were triump-Fs famous foreign singers.
a oA mechanical art. The casting room "Three Twins" has accomplished
-urrent -" in the steel mill, with a drunken what has hitherto been the Iapeset-
is said foreman in charge. was an effective ble. After an all summer run at the
ds one representation, but it was far outdone Herald Square theatre, It has tambea
in the rescue at sea. With the aid its place firmly as the oee mayieal
of the wireless. the steamship Mon- comedy success of the regular draupe
Harris gollan. rearing and plunging in a tern- atic season, and Monday a ght Wl
ice or a pest-tossed sea, eicks up the leading begin ts twenty-first week.
beings characters, wao have been ship It has been arranged that I ebler
r. Har- wrecked on their trip from Porto Rico & Co.'s production of Padl Arm
f a to New York. strong's play, "Blue Orass" wil the-
Lion Miss Marie Cahill Is on Broadway. gin to occupy the Maestle theatre be--
all do- When Miss Cahill possesses a vehi- ginning Monday next. The playO e a
; Miss cle suited to her talents tor fun mak. racing drama with a stress lgeav t-
;t every Ing. this means much--and In "The terest running through it, and a mi
avellng Boys and Betty" she has such a e-. that has been selected with e sopl1
, New :hicle. The new musical play had Its care h&a bees engaged to 1tMIs*et
state- fi... Not ..... rst metropolitan presentation last the various roles.
state- the various rolosf
Saracter night at Wallack's theatre, and Its Harrison Grey Fiske is beely 00W.
--rt e r my. D..n :e wih-er :..n.f .t i.,
S auth- quality Is of the sort of which "runs ped with two new produti
courag- ;o are made. It is not the best thing usual significace, rehearsal of
a| / ....this actress ever has given us. per- which are now being aeld daily i'.
es that "hapse but it is certainly not far behind New York. For Mrs. Fiske!a use this
ly Prm e the best and much in advance of a season he is producing "Salvation
play. large majority ot-up-to-late musical Nell." a stirring play of ELst Side -
es and plays. Miss CaIU Is not "the whole life in New York. by Edward Shelton,
r Hen- ,how," and this is a merit. She is.a while Bertha Kalich will p Inr
st so however, a goodly part of the show, "Cora," a sparkling comey or Pari-
Sarr 's and this is desirable always, when Ian life by Fred de Grese, Hoe rst
to him Ihe is in the cast at all. She has our- performance of which will be. alv
in did rounded herseue witb an exceedingly at the Garrick tQeatre, St. ladis, n
public rabable company, the clthie fAgmres in November 2.
96 and which are well and favorably known "A Kentucky Boy." by Padlue
to Broadway. The story oa the glay Phelps and Marion Short, will be
Is coherent, and its fun is not de. Klaw & Erlanger's next pr.4t.let.,
pendent upon buffoonery; points which The play is now In. rehearsal. Is is-
aveling appeal with some force to a public dramsa the authors open a new AgI
of the saturated with incohereney and tue for stage purposes, altbo~ cme
League .. ..... .,ut. work of the mere clown in "musical carefully cultivated by theim nap t.
roll a Who will appear all next week at the Orpheum in a singing and talking comedies." This Is "The Boys and Cut off from the world by mi Imla
Broad- saleeth, "The Ticket Sellter. Betty," for which George V. Hobart ridges sad lack of access by r h6a.s,,
Twen- supplies the book and lyrics Uand 811i- th1e dramatic student is ikely tio d
Snoen. vio Hain the music. Mr. Ham, by stit1n-g plots sad strong ca rat- _
follow work in Ibsen character. nat s never just as well l ave given an afternoon the way, has been Identified with In the territory which the w.a.
ill b* been surpassed for qulej strength and performance every day. The strain every production by Miss Cail since playwrights now Invade.
ta foar hIs2e4 ndm1811"ut delination_ of the three extra performances, .how- -e pttalned the d of o. "The Man Prom Home" has beo
eays It ',has been saktlhat genis is an in- ever, was great, and the Belasco star "he World and H *s lie," Frel- 'betl0I -as 5'e sweS o
r-o finite ability for hard worc, and if wat compelled to remain in the the-, eric NirdMlinger's adaptatolen of "E' turp, However much that asmertn
WCJ 7 this be true, t.he. Mary $,aw pos- atre between the afternoon and even- Gran Galecto." by Joeb Uchegaray, may be questioned. It Is a ct that
re had aesses geius. Ing performances and rest. the Spanish dramatist, was superbly that comedy Is one Of the
dth his fWoa' a. tm played at Daly's last evening. Will- suCCee of the present *
ds of A,,Woman's ,Play. Davi Warelde finding timelto at- lam Faversham., in his new capacity season. and It deserves to be.
To view 'A trduhfl etpre of the tend a great many social affairs in as an actor-manager, scored an artist- "The Golden Butterfly" Is stiW si'
Ideal American wdmean. to witness a his honor In the various cities of his le as well as a popular success as ible at the Broadway Tbtatre. It
triumph in consum ;nate stage art, to itinerary. Not a week passes but the the star of the performance in the ju- gives promise of a long cearer. Mi
produe-. receive an Impression of character de- eminent Belasco character actor is venile role of Ernesto supported by Van StiNdiford is the principald si
ed tode lineation that shall live long in the asked to speak at some well known Julia Opp and a company whose fine er n it There are a ,nlber f
on for memory, one must see Blanche Bates club, preside at a banquet, or attend ensemble work reflmeeted Ythe highest good songs, and the predeote 1
ty by in her remarkable and convincing por- a reception. credit on t1he directing genius of Mr. creditable. On Tuesday asu
ty- iVe trayal of Anna Dale in "The Figting .... Faversham and on the Intelllreifee of there will be an extra perfmeg .
ch the Hope" at the Belasco Stuyvesant tha.- A unique vaudeville act, vWinningthe actors. Indi ually and collective- Mr. John Drew, per forming at the
Wea for atre, New York. The Belasco star's a Gibson Widow," In which Bothwell ;ly. "El Gran Galebto" Is a big play- Empire theatre in the play ei1W.
critics ital and realistic depeition of a wo- Brown and Company are playing, 1s big in subject and purpose-and in "Jack Straw," continues to pl Ow *
will be 0an fighting, in the face of almost entirely in pantomime, in which Is 'the original almost Sawles, In a tech- admirers of commlgled nomehaoe .
weeks assurountable obstacles, for all she shown all the .well-known .Gibso. nical sense. It has back of It a se- and sentiment. and no present Ob
Sholds dear in life-her husband's poses, together with a series in which rious universal motive and it writ- of bill at that bouse has been matis-
name, her children's honor'-is an ex- the humorous aspect of these well- ten from a sense a of deeconvictlon sated as probable.
hibition in acting such as is seen but known pletures, is taken advantage as a remorseless arraignment of Mr. Kennedy's drama of "TUe W
stress" Irequently. Nothing in the way of of to the delight of the audience. So lander cable of distort the most at in the Houseg" is hav a re-
Henry characterization Miss Bates has ever favorable has .een the reception of: innocent reatpblhe p of theoi exes.- In turn of favor at this aere-
letrea, done approaches even remotely her this act that it is booked solid for a effect it rebukes with exepsrin. det will be a per rmathi on There
e WIeOt Anna Dale: and in the last act of the year to come. nunciation the assumption that there afternoon. There to no esssttea eat
e powerful Hurlbut drama tbe Belasco The Latest New York Thrill, can be no basis of simple friendship' Interest in this play. Tire hess 15
t a-tiste rises to the highest pinnacle The L ost t hrilln ad wo le fi1ed at eve performac'.
Ial at* e4 dramatic art, dominating the scene eve of the Ioat thrilling sitYrations between menran w den hise mve l
en w k sustaining the Interest to Its fnald in a ew Yok pdu-, a r. ,
AUr* qllmroa by the overwhelstig influence tion Is seen in Edgar Selwyn's play, ria, so well has he drawn his char-
h tau gy teoefheor n mlue le ac tha e Pla ." It oeure in alters and so skollfly developed his ST
Thed aNdt serat maiw.n awtetnd actandfal dpi.n an dmstpera.te strythtthe onlooker is sweptrPAE
heavy as during the osen s fther struggle with knlve l as weaiovr aon away by the cureat of dramatic ac-I
ances, women the major the edo e of a deep gulch. The fight tio n HentroEt Dboueht of thbr "reat
copDri risigthe m aoro et Mr. dslwyn as Pierre ano orel until it ioeall over and the db KE-
poo of the matinees on p usdayo s the p Dhirhin, impereonafet by Paul uvntepan cat tasbtrohe hsa tnme to h
and Saturdays. o. pn n-.tthel reeie breath i --at -coatotuhe ar t erio o 0t .
ts Net G rally Known, wound and fals down an blmrst per- is ro aer~'so elfamns wha. Iis etyE
That Herrrietta Crosman's father pendicular declivity. roldin over and i a "traom y sue s asip."
wast a officer En the United States over until he strike. tht bottom. Henry E. Dixey Ic the third "Devil" -
man spent many years with him while back a lifeless corpse. In the fall, at the Garden theatre with the con- His $7,000,000 H inN

a close student of Shakespeare and Preparing "The Third Degree." tinental" gentleman. He di- not make
Moliere. In fact, be has one of the Evervthhig is activity and bustle up like Stevens, but depended on his A special rosm New York sI


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S t +a' "dStorsa of the Streets and Town

eADeathy- lJackson Squarel --- -
04 l AP_ AlrMat y identifed The melancholy days have come- be tried. I'm chock full of ideas in ;hat
+ 4w iF ui'e T he meai icat TuberIersi From Now this is not a josie: iee. WVhy not reason with theoi? Or
e a ry. lIIIUU The froMt is on the pumpkin and take the creatures out for an lujtmo-
S. My overcoat's in "soak." bile ride and smash the machine into
sy n a oU-N-I-..s. a teleg-aph pole? I can think of a
". t-A CALL TO ARMS. dozen schemes, though it does seem
Is sold on itsl.nerits, and Mr.s. dWlk entered the library the a lot of effort to put forth over a few
any local ma-eal tratrl g4..t- sorts,-h the great pr-. h arantee other night with a lace expressive Ot tiny frolicsome mice!-
ae, At the entire city of Penola. alface of tuborculss the causes and C can w gu disaster at its worst. He-" et was Mrs. Wilks sniffed disdainfully. "It's
m W its club mn i d Wome and conditions whichbring it aVout, and to please you-now 2c. sufficient to caue her husband to low- all rl:sht for yoi." she said. "You
1m f t9 lu81% to staid ad~ enb. the approved methods of prevention his evening paper without being aren't afraid of t,-m. b>t I am' Why.
tg buaMil =mB-who by the mand treatment. It is hoped in tis1 per pound at your .as.ed and sit exprcrant. fearful. :inct the cook told nie about this one,
J We to be Bavied for tetir .toli way to impress upon all classes o, "Aintoy." his wife elmnost tis3ed, I don't even walk actos. the floor corn
Sand throlah satal fe- i eple the fact that deaths from tu- gTOCCr. j"here's a moau-.-a mouse in thi,- fertal.! I exp-et onil ef the crea-
with ard to the arrant trpp. bercalosto, amounting to over ,.0,00) house" to rlim', my skirt and perch o.i
I"- o the world--or becoming Inter- every year In the United States alone -- "Oh'" said .ik, relievetyl. "*i.4 im ny shoulder,. and i's no fun to have
wi-e IS oe great anti-Luberculosis are needles.; that misery and loss that ai'?" and reruned so hi.; paper. to shake c,,i e svry single garment you
WAMed which has swept the town this which constitute the very birthrig ht mnnr rQ nffn n ."All?" echoe.l Mrs.'.Wilk. ox-lcdive- put (1: I juot h.-pe one will be inl
Sfrowm ~end to end. of the disease may be averted. and iiIipUi IUIs DLUIIo U! ly I. ".My goodnes: 1 iles:- it's ;your shirt sleeve tomorrow moruaing!
1a33mg direct tpor tIo e north, like that, with oranied action and the !eno.-;h You rnav like to hav'A luic' do: AnTl hl climb wal for
a eat cooling wave of eiergy "a&t observattmn of proper hygiene. tuber- Ltd., New Orleans, La. i drowned i" Lh v.- eaiu jug, but as for all I know V.ill dilro. down on ius front
pjes and thing "worth while, culosis can be practically stamped i-e-" the coiing whn v,-o are asleep' i
m1a mte Ctbe .de agalao" the pale, out. Lews. i e Le Bear TCo., I "Throw away the cream anid gel I get traps yV mirssrT -cULnmy **w ite death:" There are now two unatio-ial tuber- psome morp." intrraied her husband, mice."
Int slowly and I surely bringfnug culoaesis exhibitions in operation. They PeRSaCO. Wo gS. ;absent-inindetl., turning the column. "I'd rather sihoot them wiot tith gun
lo and devastation upon the great .tave been shown In 29 cities In the 'Tha-'s asy. I use when I go e'a hunting." said
Amortetn people, and whih is to be United States. and arrangements have "It -nai be e:'v. ,t it's !ot the Wilk. o.itiv,'ly. "-Far rather: We
Wm d ~out, Uteratr and ftr all been made for the extension of th -- pcint' in- ietd .Mrs. ilk. lempestu. need a ttw mor, i.:- ru.- s anyhow, ead
in, by the people tOilaeYles, in co- Itinerary In order that every section 'been actively carried on. ously. ; 1l br.tve the dangu-r-"
ietain with the Nattioal A pla- of the country may be covered. iThe it was recognized from the outset '"Well, if he's drowned that's an end $ "Gh!" cried .Mrs. i\Vik. inl inmotent
a Vaalted for the Impartial pre- attendance at these exhibits has to- tiat the object of the new organiza- to him, isn't it?" ifury. "Ju.t because y are lhi and
t f.the disease- In every part talked more than 550,000 prson.s. lion cotild only be attained through "Somei.inis.. A:ot.. his wife. wei-'h !O- Iouid. .:o think ii belteath
i t e gtry. works in harmony. the (co-oeration or the laiyi with the with d 'sil~ 'w ';r. "I wonder how you to worry over anrnythingt so little!
0eliols, sun kissed, beautiful The association is also workingg in muetical profession. and this co-opera-! von eve: *sca.-e beingg run over daily I doani think lis fair! And you're
Withma -r with ber rejuvenating harmony with other national bodies tiol is ,:nniha-izd noth in the inei-iby the sir-el ..s. nh is your child- Jus' -is scared of thelni :.s I am:"
Sand her crisp autu-n air. it in spreading the knowle.-ge fi th" ibei.rship anid the work of -tie Asso-biile lfail!' The'r are isrobaidv "a Xoinsen s.' said Wilk.s.
ly ree from the diseas-e. disease and its prevention. The In- citation. dozen nre- that win come to hi fu- \VWell. you ,ar"'- i.sis.d his wife.
tadutUes show that during the year international congress on T-s erclosis. The as-ociationi is the America:1 neral! You've gui to do scnipthing "um going to -e" if the p'.oplo next
3.W, 37 deaths were traced to composed of representatives from all representative of the International about it! I hate traps, because the door hlve anyi rais they'll lot me
tubll gis'i in this city. However, parts of the civilized world. was iden- Anti-Tuberculosis association, the mice are almost alwavys alive when take!"
thne o presence 0f the disease In tified with this particular phase of headquarters of which are in Berlin, von find them. and I can't drown*i Mrs. Wilk scruitiiized ..! corners of
X ca000lmity is a danger signal which the work, prominently, and in a man- and is similar in its organization and them! Th.- look at you so re..ruach- the bedr'ooni that night with a lighted
shOUnd et be allowed to go unihee- ner worthy of the best results. purposes to th-. National Societies fully when they try to stick their little :candle. She ~ln:;"d -at shadows and
e&. 3w fortunate that the altuatiom Statistical investigations with re- which have been formed in (Great noses u.p above water: And I'm afraid shrieked wh,. .i si: accidentally kicked
bIas It yet reached a stage .where gard to tuberculosis in its various Britain .Gernmany. France and other to put poison abo-it, because it might the fallen whisk broom. I
--ti-ns would be difficult and ex- relations to races, trades, etc., aave European countries. get into cur food!" "The dickens'" \\ ilk said at that.
indeed to cope with! been undertaken, and are to he push- Annual meetings of the association "Well." said Wi!k, firmly. "'if yo Y be vi"n n. lhf- ntrves next:
Now I the Ti e. ed as rapidly as the resources of the are held in May. and for these meet- have it in mind that I'm ganiZ to sit 'Why. it's .si;i! to bIe so cared at a
In Ihtro4dn ag the matter in Peasa- organization will permit. i ings five sectoins have ieien esta'b- up nights in the dark and ca ch then lere mnouse'.
eola, Dr. Anderseon, Mr. Routzahn and Concerning the Association. j lashed. The sociological section is de- by their cute little tails as; the-- go by --
rf Nationa .Associatlon itself could The National Association for the voted more particularly it the educa- and apply chloroform to Iheir dear: Itn thl idtle of tLe night \\'ilk
ft have wished for a heartier re- Study apd Prevention of Tuberculosis tional side of the movement. while, little noses. I would bce to Ioit out .4 d on wsilh rni over. dropped hijet
speme from the people than 'as al- Is the outcome of the desire of pro.n- the medical aspects are treated in the that you are cherishing hones Jestined hand on a anial. eilky. furry object
sedy been the ease. Inent physicians and laymen through-, pathological, clinical an climatologi- never to be fulfilled! Never. darling"'" the bed and wok- at express speed,
SThe need is imminent, saa an op- out the country to unite in a general cal and surgical sections, and the "'I almost hate you at times. An- lhis rv'y ears crinkling in horror. With
ty, rare In its crying Import- and systematic campaign, bota pop- section on tuberculosis in children. tony," said his wife, In a conversa-.a stra.uld s,.out he beai. madly in
haarrived for those who appre- ular and scientific in character. The published reports of these meet- tonal tone. "You have no sympathy the directioCi OA tho thing and called
ga the tueiattogn. against the disease. ings constitute each year a large vol- whatever? Onlv I thouirht you might U!ildly for .- light. Before his startled
These wh have witnessed the ray- Following a number of couferencae ume of Transactions, and together know of something. I-" wie ol1! l'-y the -Ismmons Wilk's
g at the disease. especially among during the winter of 1904, the Asso- with special reports and publications "Of course." eaid Wilks. niedita iv- Ihand again }'ad ouched the repeHent
po w Ior In the tenement row elation was established at a meeting -which appear from time lo time, are ly: "having devoted the greater por- obje(r. and buli:ehing the bed clothes
4a a mlg .city-who have watched in Philadelphia in Marco, and the furnished to members and are used tion of my life to working out schemes oivr it h(, hchl it down with all his
t i- rl, itlng forms of Bttle children organization completed in Jane of that in carrying on the education work. for the extermination of househc w iht.
a i = men.4 creep through onme day year at the time of the meeting of; which the association regards as Its mice, Interrupted occasionally by the I- t I'( s choked it."e gasp-
to S lter tke some pale and serve- th7e American Medical association at chief object. annoying interference of law cases to ed at last.
Wel creature of the damp and rot. Atlantic City. Dr. Edward L. Tru- The Journal of Outdoor IAfe. a Carefully. trat:u!iingly. Mrs. ilk
S ten tomb, can well appreciate just dean was elected president. Doctors monthly devoted to the campaign 'I - standing on a chair and looking on, he
g .iis r be averted, in warding off William Osler and Herman M. Btggs, against tuberculosis, is sent tree to pirlled back the quilts-and disclosed
a heHtpmdtyge catastrophe. vice presidents, Dr. Henry Barton Ja- all members and regular announce- the lite blown tor do belonging to
And the time haa fully come. cobs, secretary, and Gen. George M. ments regarding the work of the as- the baby which that small investigator
Soea Telling Facet. Sternberg treasurer of the new asso- sociation appear in Its pages. AT had stuffed uertwen the lpilow' dur-
It is wlU known that the ravagep nation. A board of directors, repre- It is the aim of the National Asso- ug the dav. Tia< dog had lost. one
et tus ad m mt wid -pres sentatives of the different sections of elation to form state and local ass.- ear in the stru',ge. Otherwise it was
am* tPhe aorer and more ignorant the United States, was also elected. ciations in all parts of the United quite placid and calm.
el aas. order to reasa these peo- Through the aid afforded by gener- States which shall be affiliated with |i "vun cal*t xte. : a person tocollect
pie, the assoldation ha Initiated a ons contributions made *o the funds the national body and work in har- his wits and bt' himself when awaken-
kerla of exhibitions, wnWih show In a of the associatoin. an #3tecutive of- mony with it. Its desirp is to aaso- ed out of a s)UIJunJ sleep thai way,
arube and staple way by charter. f was opened in the winl of 1904- ciate with itself every existing agen- 9 sid Wilk. with dignisi the next morn-
l, moela.and ai"ppropua t.S 19., 'and Sice that time work ha4 cy of standing in eac community in !ig at br-cikfa-t. "!t wus a!l your
"i____ "l "_ _11 ;" _l __ -n _ ____bringing about this organization, and l fault, be.a-ise '%ol were so foolishly -
*- an ptevery sound movement of education aml nervous thaL it affected me!"
-. -- rand prevention with regard to tuber& Aitl O _
culosis is being encouraged. JUST A GRIN OR TWO.
SPhenee 106. 11M.. W. "Tell me, mariner so brave
A Hair's Breadth Escape. Wept Gardaltreet Don't you fear the wild sea wave ?"
-al ^ Do you know that every time you- NI "Not at a ll," the salI i-e)ln'id. P
Shave a cough or cold and le it run on YI Y tars<. the ocean's ije. P
thinking it will just cure itself you
are inviting nemnMonia, consumption Our fresh parched "-ove letters are dangerous these
or some other pulmonary trouble? d.a,,' remarked Ilhe wii- Pcisacola
Don't risk it. Put your lungs back in CofftcS e e"- man. "There is only onoe "ale course Ifs-
p eTl n rfect health and stop that coug that I know- of and that is to write
Wi-th Rallard's. Horehound Syrup. riOUS rivalry. them and ihen read them carefully." A fe
Price 25c, 30c and $1.00 per bottle. "'And then send them?" queried the
C Sold and recommended' by W. A. wealthy bay shore young man. On d
R 1 |D'Alemberte. druggist and apotecary. "No. Then burit themm.'
S121 South Palatox street. Pe sacola. Our specialty is the Th Bug.
Fla. a-s t i The Rulgarians were advancing over If t
XPr Trsarno "Dewey Coffee --tested tbe frontier to meet th uriThks.An'
Drft the wm Summ mont CbtrA suffered are no H the- er-pnwel-"" shouted the Rul- W-I
d withe effects of the disee, i Winter. This is true be- in every essential of co- garian captain. can see the oke
in the eated season every pore and ouilet of the skin is f fection- this cof- o their cannon." we
p, n wd a cm3swantcopo evapation caerrieso fwi it a large tAN X IH -O fee eatont h is co r rn g*apedthe Ba11-
Snteof the iaprit3misand poisons which produce Catarrh. But fee-"Dewey Coffee "- ars beforee we are suff-edod. Tha- I gus
t e t sn of cooler weaer e suferer's con rt dstheskin is a class of its own. tie smoke of their Turkish cigarettes.'
S not sret s frely, a congested condition of the system takes i Hodin heir noses the brave Bul-
and soon evee line
giaerabe symptom_ of U. C onSocrates was about to drink the
, COarrh is harasi n1 m.. w m. n j nms--. Mince Meat, Citron hemlock. The
ndscuming:disomfot a S-ttTS.tey .wSg- He Is Now in Jacksonville, and Cranberries, tea- chuckled the local buffoon. The yonu If t
I i a e ee ar' and Will Be in Pensa- tured this week. could sr,',e up." phi- we
Catarrh iS a deep- .ame ------ osopher- with a feeble smile. And
t blood disease, t i,5I a. [. y cola Monday. then they all pined.
Iww hid noamnountor ,S*I**.raaJ- l Lowney's fresh Candies. Mot ple die before reaching the I m
i ltx^ trea t Wil) eVer to age of discretion. I'll1
permand anently u ... The Jacksonville Times-Union says. All men are equal-as long as they
ach and pranently CaB, t.,*l". A series of imcetiugs are- betiug held remain in the bachelor clas. Of
iret. The bnc-- in prepagation for the anri-tuberettlo' A girl always has a good time at a
eicts of washes, l..ra .---as** asse I lntmct a*** sis cam pai;t in the state of eor-.a. part- if ihe hams n a new dress. I n
rays, inhtalations, .I- aeaastabs. waitaa e-waterr atege and p;ans for a similar -ampaign in The man who Joesn't acquire wis-
ems, ec., are Only a2b. .l 0a t t oridl l woreout i JaC dom as he growe oider bunkoes him
t-e old dit si est --lc-m it uett ths zen.s ri-pr"er.'ting different tarts of AA 1 splen-id way to gel engaged to a
ft Off e old cond- h state ii! hold a conference with youn widow by in avoid her
IS0. t I tetlf us because r. E. c. Routzahss, representing the CLTs i
S bood s is nfeted l is..S^^..-r ^ ^. _. d a SNaional As.ciiolt te:" this.ue CLO T H ES St aong by inducing the other half to go
eis d Th hs H.u1ilAre., i .c.sttes. The man who fails to make good al-
d ui s. This i---* represenai'vts of the asso-iatiton in T T wa s claim, se didn't have a fair
; Idfatiac and irritates eBTBswCem. the south. He Onarrise inUKtimciy lIAT r chance. "~ afi,

Anderson & Stearns,

hone 779.

Penacola, Fla.

up to us to fight, so let's
Start kicking.
Iler mustn carve his name or put
the date of when be came
desks or else he'll get a blame
Good licking.
here's an errant to be done, we've
got to do it on the run;
mustn't stop to have o fun
Nor nuttin'.
ve got to learn to bate a lie, oar
grandmas ain't no right to die.
e.s they wsat to keep a guy
Jes' shut in.
ve got to learn to make no noise-
Then grouchy geezers what em-
new made-over office boys
Will bristle
hey should hear us chewing gum.
They want us angel-faces dumb.
mustn't stamp otr feet orb hum
Or whistle.
ien to quit dia business life. It's
me, b'jee, for border strife.
buy a gum an' bowie knife
No high rate
pay will stop me going' out an
chasla' painted fiends about.
ean to either be a scout
Or pirate!

C. 14. TURNER & CO..
Brue and Garden. Phsme a. .
Bath Tube, Cabinet Manftel etc.


electric Power

is always ready

Our central station gen-
erates power twenty-
four hours a day and
every day in the year.
You may use it for a few

minutes at a
and night

time, or day



You have only to put in
a switch to start, and
pull it out to stop.

Let us take the respoms-
bility of supplying your

Pensacola Riectric

Maburs ef Light and P ee.
Main OMice, $-11 w. Qard St.
Tosphne "m.

MAAGM= 9 and AgeSts waStd iSWt0
Cesebraw 1 V001Ci6oad Y
Waskesm best on eath "r Ut woomb~c
such an m ie e urtakim .ladb~ W I l '
For Imm and 3rtkiulasruaddress
Mt22, The Pleod cIt wsa
!L~wenv m.Pa. o


Who they are and where they may be found. If
you are going to build anything, consult The
Journal's RuilAing Directory.

PLUMBERS, General C. tra..tor and luklder,
All kinds of bath tube. s, esam Pensacola, Fla.
and Electrical Fixtures.
Bids furnished on any szte Jobs..n

W. R. TAYLOR, Saunders Mill Co.,
will put a nw ravl reof yur n1 E. uam St., P Wte 717.
building E. Tdn Phoe e arle
Stils Brick. Lime, Tar, .ement, tb. Saa, Ders Blinds and all kin
of BulldsrH' Harl rePa
210 E. Garden. Phone 32 Lruses .an dldlng Majil.

* tmid munus m Tmni ,.'. at 8 o oi' thnis noi-nsno te rom Atiant a ioIIU TJL YI w A snip doesn't cost half as niuh
iW nUmcOUS memobranem wIt Caulffa r lata bc sank mhk anow*kd it an Loya the s ou ). --lad ie 'arnisei all Inter- I
*nd iiues and pro- -rtastt lo et w tla tatInt er s an automobile, but is almost as
an sues an prom i- fl t. X to M tom .w .'sled in i "' aliit iput i a; ai.t-: tuberc-l L4angerousm.
duyIC&e symIpts I of ttd Wl*S *S S. I t .toot losi a:t ih'" Wird-or hotel during the We've studied the de- Vhen a man feeis that he is explrct-
iansm cu casOtSCS in the b.PSts ev. l .. ,eM in c-eoon, a:;d eat ;he' womansa cub ed to make love he goes at it in a
dId Mars, mucus S e.l a o w b eduing inte oo.- mands of the discrimi- lsli-hearted mar.r r.
In the thrathead- W.m lit'e wl be heNevjdge le by their cloth-s
tSe Wathrm --r 5. 8.Ta pa d,,,.ng riz,:. and at Pensi- nating men of this city, Even a soor!y f se.d aan may not
aches, watery eyes, VEWPM S. a.S. cola(.h d' Monday. These three bemnoticyll*hPir,..
Pertal Vlas, SOtt 6 it al5.8-s.I aeyms =nthe.aMat n dab.s of -pecial couerE:,ttces in the
prtsal dear a s. s, ,it n- -i o eia cornices r n te and our experience com- Mo-t ci. !dre.: \'ar- unmistaka'l,-
h ,imp ir- a.i i w e ti i f rt evidence of havii.g been born to make
eto e et. .Ii. fJ wcr"..o. lby, to result in ss: ein.-cpreparation all the latest dior a noise in ',hi world.
me041. a. 11 fset a. a.5 ast USm bines aff the latest dic- verton rai
bbltOtam iNot onlmlye 4 it ecm my Cato. 1 a vigorous ssoternent a-tainst tubercu- om n eoeoi.,, 1ould n~fer attract l
iTo cure Catarrh w,, RS2gi m l losis throughout the sta. The plans states of fashion and pri- any attentil: i:s the world if it wasnh
permanently the blood fr- or the state pwl i.lude special ex- foa their inodudn. 1i
peranetb ly d t O/d U..t..t hiis in t.. I".e'r ct ini together Eve married ieo;, may be hapy
onu't be purified, and wiitifv hetings in the larger ces that are fair. --if .emr" hare r 'e eoup h tO settle,
te sy lan o towu, einda,.|iduu to meetings to beTt down and try to make the best of it.
all morbid matters, and held in ratically every community That's why this busi- own tr the bet of
at the same time strengthenedand built up. Nothing equals S. S. S- in (he sta.e. WAIL OF THE OFFICE BOY.
for this purpose. It attack the disease at its head, goes down to the How to Get Strong. ness eeps growing so. iNew York has started a training
very bottom of the trouble in the blood, and makes a permanent and P. I aEly. of 1247 w. congress t., t school for office ys to fil a long-
lasing cure. S. S. S. removes everyarticle of the catarrhal matter Chicago, te!,s of a way to become t rder flt want among business n.
from the circulaion, making this vt fluid pure, fresh and healthy. Strong. He ays: "My other. wh means a customer here. They're gon to thns e kids
Then the inflkned membranes begin to heal, because they are nourished i~ od a nd wasv f i r. .bids.
ih purehea n blood, the head is cleared, mucus stops ters. that I feel it's my duty to teli -H 'll learn 1o low a tp our lds
drinto be 11 t, every symptomn disappcats, the constitu- those who need a teonsic and s'ragt- IPerlitely.
tion builtupandhealth reared. S. S. is the greatest of all blood oni medicine about it. La wm In isee taatsh fl
~tr d cures Ca rrhb by driving out the caome from the system, as t 'ldsei a i l e 6 L MATYER Ci Me
made entirely e beldbful vegetable inrcdkats S. S: S. does come and she is stealy Ant"not s tatled up with ickertie
tmcoaain ay Litdr which really do not care Catarrh otroer." electric Btittes eakkly y.
tt I ruin the li : ar vi S. S. 5 injure the most delicate s- remedy sommah. liver and ley mIt' f-tMwell to crettet e've
-= &sy plain&. SOld Unn guarantee at auL WASfal-wellt c tes. ve
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