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VOL. XI.-NO. 88. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1908. PRICE,


5 CENTS.


CAMPAIGN RECEIPTS


OF THE TWO PARTIES


J. R. Delmar, New York; Charles M.
SpnhlichCan Treasurer Sub- Schwab, New York; Ellhu Root, New
SsYork; IL L. Higginson Boston ; E
mint- List of Contibu- C. Bryce, Boston; R. A. Smith, New
York; Samuel Mathers, New York;
,. tions to Fund. Wm. A. Marburg, Baltimoe; C. Proc-
Stor, Massachusetts; Robert Iight,
Rhode Island; C. H. Washburn, Bos-
S -THAT$1900 Bxton; LH K. Cochran. Chairman.
LES THAN $1000 000--w. J. Curtis, New York; H.
G. Squires, New York; Frederick Pot-
SDONATED TO FUND ter, New York: John Jacob Ator, New
York; Chas. E. Steele, New York;
Chas. Miller, New York; John Chaflin,
New York; DavidJ. JHill, Berlin; R
The Total Amount Subscrib- B.Mellen, Pittsburg; W. Mellen.
ed, However, For Cam- ~turg; J. X. Hansen. PFttsburg;
ed, However orJ. Laughlin, Jr., Pittburg; Henry A.
paign Purposes Reached Laghln. Plutbburg: Geor NX.L IAn-
l n, Pittsburg; B. F. Jones, Jr., Pitts-
$1,655,51827 -- Chas. P. burg; Dallas C. Byers, Ptttsbnrg; G.
Tft, their f the Re-von L. eer, Washington; J. et-
aft, Broter o t cealfe, Boston; L. W: Bryce. Boston;
~ prlimfi n rNminct, m i-T James a ed John Dobson, Boston.
Spublican Nominee, HeW $1,50--Henry Uppett, Rhode
the List With $110,000. Island; Joseph E. Fletcher, Rhode
Island; F. A. Sayles. Rhode Island; S.
SM. Nicholson, Rhode Island; J. W.
SA^ocated P Weeks. Boston; Alfred Lewisohn;
than, Y.. Nov. 3 3-George R. New York; J. G. White, New York;
S eldon. treasurer of the Republican D. S. Rollins, New York; Louis Stern.
RNational Committee today filed the New York; D. Rollins, New York;
list of contributions for the recent na- W. C. Robinson. Pittsburg; W. W. Wil-
tional campaign. It shows 12,330 con- lock. Pittsburg; H. B. Rhe. Pittsburg;
tributors, many of them covering a A. H. Mart, Pittaburg; George T.
number of lesser contributions. The Oliver, Pittsburg; Herbert Dupuy.
total amount contributed was $l,656,-* ttsbtrrg; W. S. Glidden, Cleveland;
518.27. C. G. Dawes, Chlongo: F. E. Grimes,
The names of Individual contribu- Chicago; Z. Crane. Dalton, Mass.; Fred
tors are given without specifying a. Crane, Dalton, Mass.; P. Corbin,
Sress or locality, this being the New Britain than Alen, New York;
Smelbod of entering them when re- J. G. Battlelle, Detroit."
ceived, but addresses have been in- S1,300--W. I Ridgeley, Chicago.
s crted as far as available. $1,250-Clarence H. Mackay, New
110,000--C. P. TaJt Cincinnati. York: H. E. Huntington San Francis-
$ 4777-Union League. New York co; H. Schaewiad. Jr.; O. H. Cutler.
"$22,500-Union League, Philadelphia. $_ 100-s. Insul, Chicago;. C. P.
OOS,000-Larz Anderson, Boston, G. Bryan, Chicago; P. am, Chicago; N.
'A. Carretson, treasurer. Hghihtt. Chclago; J. Morton. Chicago:
S$20,000-Andrew Carnegie, New J. A. Paten, Chicago; A.8. Littlefleld,
T: .t Chicago F. T. Fraser, Chicago; J. G.
0 --J. P. Morgan, New York. Shedd, Chicago; J. T. Pirle. Chicago
a .,0--lex. Smith Cochran. New R. T. Lncoln, Chicago; WV. H. Bart-
tt__00-J. N. Bagley, Chairman, lett, Chicago; N. W. Harris, Chicago;
MIlhigan. C. R. Crane, Chicago; H. H. Hewitt.
i 0-Wmin Nelson Cromwell, Chicago; F. A. W. Kiechberger, Mil-
Ne15,00w m elson Ckwe, waukee; F. Disston, Philadelphia; W.
'ew York. Disston Piladelphi J. Disst *
$10 00-W--M. C. D. Borden. New York. Isston, Philaldelphia; Jr. Diston.
$10,C00--Whiitlaw Reid. New York. Philadelpha; J. A. Brown, Jr. Pila-
S10,000-Frank A. Munsey, New dellila; H. G. Dalton. Clevelanu;
$Yo10,00-Frak A. Munsey Howard H. Eells. Clevland; W. H.
S 1O( 1--Jacob H. Schiff. New YorkX Muray, Cleveland; W. 4. Boardman,
)1R --FrP P. Sm th Michia Cevelad: C. -McKnght Pittsburg;
O '-?F P. Smith' Corbin, Wash. W. L. King. Pittsburg-, W. S. Miller,
Pittsburg: Geo. Moo ., Pittsburg;
W. -J. 9to-e-. t '0 Wra. .
Sa,000-S Vail and associates, Wash- Win. I Clause, Pittsblqrg: W. H.
1w. ...................... HaIrtupee. Plttsburg; Chs. W. Brown.
i 7:I0n-Mark T Cox NewPittburg; Wm, L. Jones. Pittaburg:
$7,500-Mark T. Comx .n York. JN H. erwli Pittabu W .
$7,000--R, C. KcenR. St uis. Laughlin. Pittburg; W. H.
: ,CC-Wm. Barbour. Pateron. Rowe. Pittsburg; John Bindley, Pitts-
,0 J C Snc burg; Ed. H. Bindley, Pittsburg; W.
*"-OL--J. C. Schinidlapp. Cincin- F. McC,",k. Plttsbuig i xmlle nail; Kovntze Vro... New York; W'm in. r cCOk. PittsUlg Emile Winter.
inl;K;mz .N w .Y r eki.W- : Pittburg; J. F. Byers,- Pittxburg.
'. Clyde, ,New York: J. M. \. SellPittbun Byers. Pittburg PDavid B.
man & Co.. New York: Simon G- B: David B.
shim, DC vNer A. D. Slliar Coi Oliver. Plttsburg; Henry White, Paris:
genheir, Denver; A. D. Julliard & Co., John S. Newberry, New York; Jas.
New YorkNorman 1 Ream, New John S. Newberry, New York; Jas.
New York: Norman B Rcaum. '1ew
Y ork; Rebert Bacon. New York: A. M. B. Ford. New York; W. H. Woodlin,
uurk:Rngton. ew YorkN Georke LA.- New York: M. Olivia Sage, New York;
S de. unt new Yorwk: MrG. A. A. Anderson, E. R. Stattinlus, Ne* York; Seth Low,
4c,. 'yew York: Mrm. A. A. Anderson,"I
New York: James Speyer. New York; (Continued sn Second Page.)
D .0. Mills, New York: G. T. Baker.
Nqw York: E. C. Converse. New York;
F. Smith. Chairtuan; A. M. Hunt- o***** ****** oo *
inton. New York; C. Sidney Shep- *
pard. Buffalo: D. R. Hanna. Washing- JOS G CANNON
ton; G. Plichot. Washington; T. H .
Shevlln,, inneapolls: A. Busch. St. NOW FAVORS IT
SLoi!: Iltdinand Sulzebrger, Kansas
City: W ? Dickey. Kansas City: J. 3 By Assolated Proew.
SBromley, ansas City. F. C. Dumaine, Chicago, Nov. 23.-Joselph G.
Chairman. Cannon, speaker of the house *
> t4.00-George Blumenthal. New of representatives, placed him- ,'
York; C. N. Bliss, New York; J. B. self on record today in favor
ready. New Yor.,: .1. C. Wharton. of revision of the tariff in ac-
Chairman. New York; L. S. hrtce. cordance with the promise of *
Chairman. New York: L. S. Bryce, o republican party platform.
I New York: F. Henderson. Pitts- the republican party platform.
urg: George A. Draper, Massahu- and declared so far as his vote *
burg: George A. Draper, Massbachu- at he isee
S etts: Seth M. Carter. Chairman. s conceded that he will see to
S $3500- m. D Snyer. Pittbur; it that the announced policy of
E50-. Edmonds, PPittsburbur. revision will be written in the *
,000-Josh ilbn, ew York: national laws as soon as pos- *
$3,00--Joilph Milibank, New York:*sible.
Edwin V. .Morgat.. New York; Fellx sible.
Schf. Nw York: T. N. V imer came at the conclusion of a *
1t ,. Schiff. New Ynrk: T. N. Vail. New luncheon given to six rear ad-
York; W. Bayard Cuttin: L. A. Heln- o six rear ad
hmr e o Oo a mirals of the United States
shelter. New York. Otto H. Kahn, navy by Alexander H. Revell, *
-' iSew York; WV. 1. Crane. Dalton, of Chicago, at the Union :
Mass.; Frank W. Cherry. New Britain, Ioague Clon b.
S Cnn.: R. D. Evans. New York. League Club.
$2,50C-PaulN. Warburg, NewYork; ** ** ***** .
t


BULL TERRIER

CITY HAD

By Aaoclated Prom.
Chicago. Nov. 23.-After two bull
terriers had torn one another for fifty-
six minutes and had been prevented
!rcm rushing into a death grapple by
the lightweight pugilistic cham-pion.
battlingg" Nelson. the trustees of the
village of Burnham. with a dozen armu-
?d deputies at their backs. broke iito
the city hall in which the fight was


LEAPED THROU(

OF 50-MILE-A


Iy Asociated Pr se.
San Bernardino, Cal.. Nov. 23.-
Stepping from a train running fifty
miles an hour. being rendered uncon-
scious by the impact with a rock af-
ter being hurled eighty f-et by the
force of his jump. regaining conscious-
Bess only to be subject d to a fusil-
lade of bullets and finally being run


FIGHT IN
T71%, T1- T-. % v UV T5l% .% r'T r' '


Democratic National Com-
mittee Makes Report of
Money Handled.

CONTRIBUTORS
NUMBERED 77,000


They Donated $690,644.77 to
the Fund, All of Which
Was Expended, EAcepting
About $1,000 Herman
Ridder Filed Report Yes-
terday With Secretary of
State of New York.


A. D. COVINGTON AND W.

MASSEE EXONERA'T'ED


Coroner's Jury


Concluded


Investigation of the Quincy
Affair.


SHOOTING WAS
JUSTIFIABLE


Thos. R. Smith and W. Mas-
see Had Met in the Court
Room to-Settle an Old Dis-
pute Peaceably When the
Father of Smith is Said to
Have Advised His Son to
Shoot it Out.

spoclal to Thew Jwmrna
oQinn ev- v 9z ..*After a laenthv


Albany N. ran session the coroner's. ury, empaneled
Albany, N. Y., Now. ;3.--fermmn .
Ridder, treasurer of the Democratic to investigate into the shooting of Sat-
national committee, Sled with the sec- urday afternoon and death of ihos. R.
rotary of state today his report of Smith, this afternoon at 4 o'clock ren-
contributions to the Democratc, nation- d it s verdict wich exonerated A.
al campaign fund, which totals $620s verdict whh exonerated
644.77, with disbursements of $619,- D. Covington and W. Massee. Justi-
410.06, leaving a balance in the treas- viable homicide was the verdict.
urer's hands of $1,234.71. There .were Those who were wounded in the af-
over seventy-seven thousand contrib- fray are resting easy, and there are
utors to the fund. no fears for their recovery, according
The statement is as follows: to physicians.
"To the Democratic National Corn- w ---'1
mittee: An Old Quarrel.
"'Gentlemen: Following I a state- The affair which terminated Satur-
ent of a the receipt and exped- day with the death of Thos. R. Smith
itures : d.m" r had its commencement three months
e e amount of money re- ago, when W. Massee and Mr. Smita
national committee for met outside the city limits and be-
natona ommcame involved in a heated dispute
the year 1908...... .... over some business affair.
"Total amounts dsbursed.. 619.410.06 The men continued to wrangle un-
"Balance on hand .......1,234.71 til firearms were brought into play.
"In compliance with the election Tom Smith receiving a pistol shot in
law of the state of New York. we the face which confined him to fi,
have filed in the office of the secretary room for several weeks. Mr. Massee
of state, at Albany, a complete list ofwas exonerated, it being made clear
all receipts and expenditures of the that he (Massee) was acting on the
headquarters at New York. And i defensive. Bad feelial had, existed
compliance with a resolution of the ever since.
National committee passed at Uncoln On tue evening 9 17th Mr.
Neb., last July, we have flied in the Smitb and several of workmen on
office of the secretary of state at Al- a tobacco farm were red about a
bany a list of over 25.000 names, rep- smallre whichh L litt .n, the
resentiN over 7,00 contributors, 'ard directly after ar as the weath-
wJhri buated through newspapers, er was cool. They were discussing
a.. .iaarS, 4d otae- orgaot- a- ,the rk to be don the following
tions, whose names are on file 1' ae day when out of t darkness a shot
office of the Chairman of the ,emo- was fired from a.shot gun, presumably
erratic National Committee at Buffalo. at a distance, as only two shots took
N. Y. effect, inflicting a trifling flesh
"The auditor's report confirming wound.
the above is attached thereto. Mr. Smith charged this shooting to
"Yours respectfully. Mr. Massee. claiming that he saw him.
"Norman E. Mack. Chairman. Mr. Massee denied the charge. F'rends
"rey Woodson. Secretary. of the two men got together and pio-
"'Herman Ridder. treasurer. posed a peace conference between the
"Jno. E. Osborne, vic-eciairman two antagonists, to which they agreed.
finance committee. and in pursuance of the same agree-
"John W. Cox, assistant secre- nment met Saturday, Nov. 21st, in the
tary. jury room at the Gadsden county
"John B. Doolin. assistant treas- court house.
urer." Said Shoot It Out.
"Chicago. Ill.. Nov. 16. Said Shoot It Out.
"Auditor's Office. Democratic Na- Roth sides were doing all tney pos-
tional Committee. sibly could to amicably settle the difft-
"Hon. Norman E. Mack. chairman, cultv when T. Y. Smith, father of Tom
and Herman Ridder. treasurer, dem- Smith, spoke out. saying: "The oniy
ocratic national committee, Buffalo, way to settle this affair is to shoot it
N. Y.: out." the fatal words that sealed the
"Dear Sirs: I herewith submit the doom of his only son. for firing began
following report of the records of the I immediately from all directions of the
auditor's office, showing vouchers Iroom, resulting in the wounding of Dr.
drawn on requiitions of the beads of Robt. Monroe. T. Y. Smith. the father,
departments and duly authorized bills. 'and the killing of Tom Smith.
Thefclassification of all of said dis-
bursements by vouchers is shown by
departments as nearly as possible. In
addition to departmental exhibits. I
have included in the itemized state-
ment the cost of telegrams, postage
and express charges, separately.
"I respectfully suggest that the na-I
tional committee give attention to a ie
great importance of a well directed
business system for the governmentIFOUND IN W RECI
of future departments of the commit-
tee in the work of a national cam-
paign. The proper selection of a One More Victim Added to
person to fully prepare such system ne More Victim Added t
as I deem necessary to. trge would
provide a saving of a large amount of the List of Steamer
money.
"Respectfully submitted. Victims.
'M1Ru..\ x,. ,ING.
"Auditor Democratic National Com-
maittee." I
ribution f dibumenBy Assoclatee Press.
Distribution of disbursements by New Orleans. Nov. 23.-'The death
vouchers shown by departments of the list of the ill-fated Msi3ppi river
Democratic National Committee, 1908. ". f th ll-ated ssiipirir


udI ItrI K IIrI Vor's omce .......S......$ 6' *i0 e luar. '. *Hu- *a u-
ENDL K UDELY Secretary's office ... 4.108 51 S=royed by an el),:'::on of her boilers
'Treasurer's office ......... 5,073.21 near Bayou Goula hi ;t Saturday, was
held. The five Commercial travelers ...... 153.00 -dded to early toda y Iy the discovery
held. The five hundred spectator Cub organization bureau. 5.020.6.
jumped to their feet and a wild runa Labor bureau .......... 01.36 makes the ninth vi:in of the disaster
for doors and windows followed. Sev- Advisory committee ...... 3,00.5 so far accounted for.
eral shots were fired in the air by the 'Organization of states ......1 The cdv found tdA w nas f oai
eOrganization of states.td 129.053.2 The hdy found today was floating
deputies, but they could not stop the Pureasing agent dept ......1.04.7 in th river near the wreck of th
stampede. Finance committee ........26,586. 4 ackt. It was burned and otherwise
Though the room in which the fight Congressional committee .. 3.625.00 mutilated. It has no: yet been identi-
took place was on the second floor of Publicity bureau .......... 89,899.43 fled.
tCe building, scores of men did not Ex-treasurer's accounts.
hesitate to drop from windows, one misellaneous, sight draft
fugitive suffering a broke- leg. on Oklahoms bank gh ,046.d
on Oklahoma bank .......4.046.37 ' '9****** 4'*
Sergeant at arms .......... 4.036.37 NO GENERAL REVISION
G H W IN DO uments .......... i 142"537.25 CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED *
'Cihairman and vice chairman 6.430.00 *
Reproduction bureau ..... 5.115.60 1 B- Associated Pres. *
N T Apeakers bureau .......... 33,786.95 W ashington, Nov. 23.-A gen- ,
O U 1General fund .............. 38.111. 8 eral revision of the American
Rent of leadquarters....... 13.746.72 t* financial system cannot be
j Telegrams ...... ........ 13.761 Ou hoped for at the coming session
own and recaptured by a half-breed iTelephones ............. ..199.30 of congress, but members of v
Indian, was the sensation experiment Postage .............37.442. the National Monetary Commis-
of 'n ri n wh^,tt *... Express charges ..........13.061.17 sion expect there will be a law *


cape frmo a Southern Pacific train
near Banning yesterday.
The name of the prisoner was not
learned. He was being taken to Kan-
sas after being captured in San Fran-
cisco. when he made a flying jump
from the window of the train.


H
da


Total, ................$610.410.06 *
BRAKEMAN KILLED.
Suffolk, Va.. Nov. 23.-Brakeman
askell was killed in a collision to-
ay.


passed corrective of some of *
the developed evils of the ad- *
ministrative features of bank- *
ing. These probabilities were *
evident today when the com- *
mission had its first mee:!ng. *
.s> 0,4


L. & N. IMPORTED 223 NEGRO

LABORERS FROM LOUISVILLE


Tornado Swept Over

Arkansas, Killing Many


ny AAWociati .r**e.
Little Rock, Nov. 23.-A dispatch
from Russellville. Ark., says that be-
tween 12 and 20 people were killed in
a tornado, which swept through tue
settlement at Piney, ten miles west
of that place, late today and about
thirty other persons were injured.
None of be names of the dead or in-
jured are known as Russellville. where
only vague reports have been received.
The report states that the tornado
crossed the Arkansas river just south
of Piney and large timber tracts and


COUNTERFEIT


REVEALED BY



MEMPHIS FIRE


Gang Was Operating in a
Residence Which Was
Partly Destroyed Milk-
man Found a Certificate
Burned and Sent It to
W ishington for Redemp-
tioni.
By Associated Pras.
Chicago, Nov. 23.-With the arrest
in Memphis yesterday of two more al-
leged counterfeiters, the secret ser-
vice operatives believe they have ca-
tured all of the gang wiich has been
making bogur $5 bills and circulating
them in Chicago. Three others were
arrested in Chicago and Joliet Sunday.
A irpe in a West Side residence in
bea.gnU9g af counterfeit money
hd been "piantted"'was 'inclftmatlW
responsible for the arrests. The build-
ing was partly burned about three
weeks ago. When the tames were
noticed by neighbors they ran to the
jouse. When questioned.' the men
said they could extinguish the blaze
without the aid of the Are depart-
ment or anyone else. The authorities
began an investigation w1ich was
caused by the finding of a partly burn-
ed $5 bill by a milkman on the lake
front.
The milkman sent the bill to Wasi-
ington to be redeemed and there it
was discovered the "money was coun-
terfeit. The federal authorities be-
gan an investigation headed by John
Wilkie, chief of the secret service.
T:iey obtained a report of the blaze
on the West Side. and it was learned
that the partly burned building hous-
ed a gang of counterfeiters who had
on hand the $30.000 bogus currency.
After the fire the imitation money was
dumped into the lake, and the bill
that was found by the milkman was
one that had been washed ashore.



ENGINEER


DENIES THAT


DAM HAS SUNK


Sensational Report in Circu-
lation That Dam of the
Panama Canal lock has
Been Injured, But Proves
to Be Only a Slide.
7-
ey Assoclated ress.
Panama, Nov. 23.-Sen-ational re-
ports are in circulation here today
to the effect that what is known as
the south too of the Gatun dam of the
Panama canal had sunk.
Lieutenant Colonel Goetnuels, cliief
Pngineer of the Panama. telephone the
Associated Press that a slide had oc-
curred at Gatun. but it is of no great
importance, being similar to others
that have occurred during the rainy
season season at several points along
the canal.
For the past twenty days it has
been raining continuously.


JUDGE JOSIAH LEAKE
DEAD IN RICHMOND *
* By Asoelated Press.
Richmond, Va.. Nov. 23.-
SJudge Wm. Josiah Leake, for-
Smer president of the Richmond,.
* Predericksburg and Potomac *
SRailroao, died at his residence *
* in this city late today. Judge *
* Leake had been ill about six *
* months, and confined to his *
Room most of the time. He was *
* sixty-five years of age.
* .


a mrmber of dwellings were destroyed
Piney Is located near London, where
the first reports stated that so much
damage had been done.
It is reported at Van Buren that five
people were killed northeast of Mul-
berry and a number injured. Because
of the remoteness of the towns, men-
tioned from the railroad and tele-
graph, only meagre reports are yet'
available. A dispatch also says that
the towns of Wallerville and Jethro,
in Franklin county, have been practi-
cally demolished and several killed
at each place.


CAR DRIVEN


ON STRETCH AT



90-MILE CLIP

Fast Time Made in Prelimi-
nary Runs on the Savan-
nah Course, an American
Car is Tidming-Average
Time of Chadwick Car 71
Miles an Hour.

By Associated Pr.
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 23.-Willie
Haupt, the young American. driver,
who began his racing career not more
than two years ago, and who has
amazed some of the older men at the
wheel by his seemingly reckless speed-
ing around turns, made one round of
the course over which the grand praise
auto race is to be run on Thanksgiv-
ing day at an average speed of ap-
prxlmat*ely 71 miles ax bour today.
To gain this average ov 'the
course which has 18 banked turns
and twenty-oix flat curves, it was
necessary for the driver of the Cad-
wick car to attain a speed ofmore
than 90 miles on the straight stretches.
Louis Strang. a member of the Re-
nault French team, made three laps
of the course in remarkably fast and
consistent time. His speed average
for, two laps ls sixty-eight miles an
hour. ErIe, o the Bet team, the Ger-
man entrants, made one lap in 22.03,
which is one second faster than
Strang's best lap today.
AFTER A PEANUT MAN.
Montgomery.v, Ala.. Nov. 23.-An ef-
fort of I. Levystein. a merchant, to
oust a man with a popcorn wagon
from his front sidewalk, is giving the
equity side of Judge A. D. Sayre's
court a great deal of fun. Some of
the best legal lights of the city are
engaged. It is alleged that the blow-
ing of his whistle and the smelling
of his corn is a nuijgnce.



: RASH ACT OF 14- :
YEAR-PLD BOY.

By Associated Pros.--
Chattanooga, Nov. 23.-Clar-
* ence Little. ten years of age, .
* was shot and instantly killed *
* by Tom Wickes, aged fourteen, .
* late today. Little had chaffed *
* Wickes on having no game af- *
* ter a hunt and said: "I would *
* not be afraid to give you leave *
* to shoot at me." "B-r G- I'll
* take it,' said Wickes, and fired *
* a charge of buck shot into the *
* other boy's breast. Death was *
* instantaneous. A coroner's jury *
* has held Wickes for the first *
* degree of murder. '
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They Arrived Here Yester-
day to Take Places of
the Strikers.


WORK RESUMED
ON THE WHARVES


Several Vessels Were Being
Loaded During Yesterday
By the New Men--They
Are Housed in Cars on the
Wharves and are Guarded
by About Thirty Railroad
Detectives.

Out of a total of 223 negroes brought
here by the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad Company Monday morning
from Louisville. Ky., to take the places
of the unorganized dock laborers, who
refused to go to work last Friday
morning because the railroad com-
pany had not restored the 10 per cet.
cut made in their wages several
months ago, 190 of the imported men
have remained in the employ of the
company. This statement was made
by an olcial of the Louisville and
Nashville railroad last night
Housed on Wharf.
The imported men reached here
early Monday morning in charge of
about 30 white men, said to be rai-
road detectives." Eleven box cars,
fitted up as eating and sleeping quar-
ters for the men, were placed n one
of the docks yesterday. Tho men will
occupy these cars, which are being
guarded, entil suffclent change occurs
in the strike to permit their removal.
Imported men were placed at *Work
yesterday trucking cotton to the
steamship Barkston at Comm- idene)
street wharf. Work on this vessel
proceeded at the usual' rate, bu It it s
said that 12 additional men over the o
required number during normal condi-
tions on the docks were required to
urnish cotton to the vessel, which is
being towed by union cotton screw-
men.
Ther wM also placed at wqr btd-
Ing naval stores o the st-msIp
Teresa at Conmmanancta street wltt.
Work of unloading kaimit fros thp
wteamhopu Manchuria at Targgoa
street wharf was started yesterday
by these men, but no work was dom
on this vessel last night.
Knights of Labor med were still en
gaged yesterday discharging the cargo
of mahogany logs on the steamship
Bertha. These men worked Sunday
and received pay for the day at the
rate of $8 per day.
Wanted Free Ride:
Committeemen from the striking
dock laborers called on Mayor Good-
man yesterday for the purpose of try-
ing to get him to compel the Luisvillg
and Nashville railroad to furnish free
return transportation to the imported
men who joined the strikers after
their arrival in Pensacola. The mayor
asked them if the railroad company
had been requested to furnish them
with free transportation to Louisville,
and on being informed that such had
not been done, he referred them to
Superintendent E. O. Saltmarsh. No
reporpof their visit to that railroad of*
fictal has been made public.
Some of the imported men who have
Joined the strikers say that the rail-
road company misrepresented the-con-
ditions prevailing on the docks when
they were engaged in' LounisvtI.
Others who have also Joined the
strikers say that the company did not
misrepresent condition to them and
that. they knew what kind of labor
they would be required to perform
when they left Louisville. Some say
they were informed that a strike was
on here, while others say they were
not.
$1.85 and Board.
It is said that the imported men
were promised $1.85 .per day. inelau-
ing board and lodging In the com-
pany's cars.
The strikers ,have not yet *been or
(Continued on Page Two.)


JAPANESE SEALERS FOUND


IN FORBIDDEN WATERS


By Associated Pros.
San Francisco, Nov. 23.-A dispatch
from Seattle, Wash.. says that word
has been received there that Judge
Reed of Alaska has fined the members
of the crew of the Japanese sealer
Kinsai Maru, convicted of seal poaci-
ing, an aggregate of $35.400, or $300
for every man convicted. The Jap-


snese have given notice of appeal.
The men against whom the sentence
of the court was pronounced were
captured when two -ealing vessels
were ceized last August, one of them
being fitted to resemble a revenue
cutter. Judge Reed has offered the
alternative of 300 days in jail at Val-
diz.


THANKSGIVING TURKEY

FOR PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT

By Associated Pre of chestnut fed birds which have
Westerly, R. I., Nov. 23.-The Rhode been selected and speclaily reared.
Island turkey which Horace Vose will The bird weigs 26 pounds.
send to tie president, according to President Grant was the first occu-
annual custom, to grace the table of pant of the White House to receive
the White House on Thanksgiving P Thank.giving turkey front the Vose
Day, will be hippedd to Washington fock, and each year since then the
today. It is one of the best of a lot gift has been renewed.


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t$11 SAYS OCKEFELLER PETITIm 15
a everthe Watsen, ikee A

SE IS THANKFUL PflOES TOBEA FILED FOR WRIT
Jackson Sqgr
M L FORCE ,FOR ESCAPE ason MODEST MAl OF CERTIORARI

TflM WOS c Interview He Says the eda. repto o Gives All the Credit For Or- The Govcimncnt Has Made
Co pracy in San Fran- es a d gn ng Standard Oilto Move in the $29,000,000
ci---- sco to Defeat the Law is tt are r. Henry M. Flagler and Standard Oil Fine by Ap-
Gommw Agant Says Gigantic and Should Be Samuel C. Todd-Says He plying to United States
SHard Thg of Beggars Eraeted~ Root and IS fO Did Not Possess the Abil- Supreme Court For Writ,
in NewY Branch. w ity For So Progressive a Citing Reasons Why It
in New York. n ,J o Ltd., New Orleans, La. Move. / Should Issue-
lan W so, Nov,.23.-The Call Lewis BeatlCo.,
By A S oclated this mora pg rintsa tike first. inter-
P Yor Noy 2 t.--23 t most of view grated by Francis J. Heey A let Pres. Ameetd
the ortufnte, who stand shiver- since the district attorney was shot deuh New York, Nov. 2.--Aredit for theBasgte Pr
in New York's bread line wailing In the court room. November 14, y cvfashington, Nov. 23.-The wording by New Yrk Nov.
y dry bread and a cup of coffee, are Morris H while the hearing of reaction onef the Stand rd Oil trust wasf the ermeat's petition for a writ
dry bread and a cp of coffee, are Hases ag tus t given today by John D. Rockefeller, of cert ari in the $29,000,000 Stand-
a mid foo-W i hoboes, who o tee eaames a ast was in pr under cross examnistmq s is the federal ard Oil case, which was today filed in
.w.i. in. .toe o a of atT.V. After e easing devout thanks for The Girl Uithe Pu e Mask court, to two men, Henry X. Flagler the supreme court of the Unite -n -
goeret laor l. mts re n ulem escape, Mr. Heney and Samuel C. Todd. rTo those two States, Indicated that the Department -- ---
a government labor agent, e escpe, Mr. Heey is Here. Have you ( een Rockefeller gave full credit, sayi be of Justice is fully aware of the court's Oa ~O h t la
5 ImMr. Powderly has suested said:
the ut qr far where "in this great human battle against Her at the Orpheum? was sure it was not himself, 4ws he did practJce of denying ninety per cent.
not possess the ability for so prgs of k petitions. The court grants
bthe e f e t re e9 i xU thveyrs ofr cthy t earutyo trcnpUnirce ts bte bfoundlini0 ie a move. these petitions only when constitution-
pace them It work hands of some the dividual dynmiters, jury brib- Rockefeller spent a arduous day on al questions are involved, and the at-
toe daepSrtm t for adizig ers. kidnappers and assass9is and that the stand under the incessant question- torney general makes a strong effort
B5 e conviction, their extermination means ultimate B ing of Frank B. Kellogg, the govern- to have It appear that the present case
Speaking of his obwrvatieos, the victory. Such beaings are but the ub- meant counsel, and when adjournment falls within this category. Among the
iaiment agent said: bles arising from tl pool of filth was taken gave every evidence of de- reasons for issuing the writ, the attor-
"Some of the men are all right but that has been years In making. The Olight that the day was over. It is ney general ayon: "It is necessary
Ma me of taes wou4 not work if tiey seed has been sown and we must res a ooped that Rockefeller will conclude for the control and guidance of the
4 thebsaee. I took o* mn, for the harvest, but in gathering the ta res is cross-examination tomorrow, when federal courts in disposing of similar
Instance, to a restaurant and bought let us be satisfied with nothing but Guest Books, it is planned to place John D. Arch- cases now actually pending or likely
bima at mea When he was served e the roots. It has been a terrible sacg Rco, bold, vice-presidt of the m ard, to arie t the near future."
asked t It ihst be taken home to his rice, but it my blood has not been o the stand. The attorney general aso takes the
i y.He was one of those who ou- shed in val. If the assassin has stat- Baby Records, Althoh aelo s gg ~ t today aositon that the supreme court is t h
waed to wrk and could nddenl disclosed to the pubi eye the te Po through Rockefeller to lote he trial vested by law with the authority t Miss ly Eaton are expected from Forl he
S do- hideousness of the gigantic conspira- of the missing stock transfer books,of order any case of which the circuit Boggy the end of the week. They the St. Mar
majority to .e tales about cy to defeat the law, then I shall Gems in Pro the Standard Oil trust, Rckefeller court of appeals has final jurisdiction, wil stay here for a few weeks, and day.
he livestaew to be false. feel that have not livedn vain, thatquality promised to do what he could to d to be broug up by certiorari, and to take a trip to the state of Oregon. J. Wi
oe Hof them pretended to have oor efforts have met withm- an a or t as to them. determine it in the same manner as sunday last the new minister of W.C. Rhoad
bme takers, broker or engaged In measurable bepeet to my beloved city alnd quantity and price, for a Rockefeller's examination today car- if it had been taken up on appeal or the Baptist church, 'reached in tue returned fro
trof btse m. TOhey very and state." t tedo a im through the period of we wit of error h y the defendants.
SHaes of bednes. They very and state." city of 100,T000. rie ou a t p u the ats morning. Just as the congregation been enjoy
Lgagbet ed V.-Most of them The foregoing is a part of the state- Stdard Oil trust ixd the year of Its
S an" w r sent, which is publisied over Mr. He-- subsequent liquidation 'which lasted MAKING RECORD SCORES. &going fromtthehUrchfirewas writer has .
ney's signature. -The wouhledd rr from 1892 to 1899. San Diego, Cal., Nov. 23.-Accord- soo the ie
TO U A IN ONE DAY well on the road to recovery r: hone 141. Rockefeller's emory tes was ing to information brought by thebr ht t e the visitors
Sin le to walk about n hisroom t OWt clear on definite dtals regdng Solacea Harvard from Magdalena scene. The fire seems to ave st- r. John
-n Ia r W money if It hospital yesterday. HARRY T. HOWLAND, this trust liquidation period and told Bay yesterday, the Pacific fleet in ed from the furna. it w put oat ocuy t
bil to ceam., W. GROVPsH zage- the counsel he could pot recall many the present target practice is break- before much damage was done. Neumon m
lWre is on each x. _2. Turkeiys, Ducks, Geese, Mana. incidents and developments of that ing all records. It is said ht the Mr Str of the Breeze, was in A.. Ad
DeLuna Book Store, DeLuna St. time. cruisers Tennessee, Pennsylvania n Tampa last week attending the con- shaking han
SCa iOReaeis ChI aii So, -t D'4 Orages, U,' olorado have each broken world'.' vention of the Christian church. day, *but wi
Of te Two Parties Ga fuit and Tangerines. NURSIG MOTHERS AND MALARIA records in practice at night with The oman's Home and reign ome.
_dO ag M. Po ley, BoThe Old Standard GROVE8 TASTE- three-inch guns. In this practice the Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Mrs. W.
S. .SP5ool.ey, olfl i FS CHSlI oNiC, drives. e- ships pick up the targets by search- church had their praise service t tvesat Bot
mmii D r 210 East la and builds up the system. er light and find the range by firing. In their church today. Women only were
NOew Verk:; orme Russell, New York; .I grown people and ildres, s. the latter course many saots are nec- present. Mc KI
OesOr Straus, Ne York; W. Emlen nl tir. Poe' olC lC essamrily wasted, hence the score is There is to be an amateur play
Reevolt Noew ork; WYk. D. Sloane considered high in view of the diffi- give in town near the beginning ofr pe
NOew ork ; Clarence Whitman, New NICK LANDED cunlt conditions. V Erber, in which some of the b et.t n Ki an
Wells, .New York; Harry Bae, Portland, Ore., Nov. 23.-The follow Wallac Bruce, of Brooklyn, rows and M
.-r Portland, Ore., Nov. 23.--The follow- will arrive here the end of this week, McKinnon
New York; E. H. Van Inger, New While ridiaq in a buggy yesterday Ing theoicialvote of Oregon for theviewing the
ing ai the official .vote of Oregon for or fe beetn n vnw tse net.
TorlKe; Henary W. Taft, New York; afternoon on a tour of Inspection of the presidential electors Novembebrent Ysnerada
HeMelbash, Ickelbelmer & Co, ,iNew bill boards, Nick Smith was the vic. a: fanTah eereeideyial elsctrss. lahmoCedt
York; I. B. Dudley, New York; Max- tim ea a fraaway accident. The horse Taft, 62.530; Bryan, 38,049; C'_iafln, Mrs, Wednesday onnasbhad her s-. A, m. veC
ell Bros.. New York; A. A. Forbes took fright in the northeast portion 2,682; Debs, 7,430; Hisgen, 289. ter Mrs. hy. o ao has of hoeth Caro. e cday.
sai Wpartners, New York; es ta, of th city had the heavy, but prover- E rs. o hE o Mrs. A. D. ea
"a W ags. New Y ork; W. A blallya wacky, coupent of the bq .... NOTED HORSES ?N SALE. omn, oy th he w nd s
Wea Trke;'Al*ed G. Vandergilt, New -was thro onr olt, adding in a sand bed, Lexington, Ky., Nov. 23.--Te an- rom now on, the Chautauqua hotel ford and b
S fork;. Gol- Vanderbilt, Nw th w m.Is pssingewer his irals De. ey d Governor Folk Decides That nual thoroughbred horse sales con- will e open all the year around, giv ae grind
York; J. I. Cadwallader. New York; The big follow escaped with slight A ducted by the Fasig-Tipton company lug the traveling public the ben.;fit oman's.
as8. S.. Francis, New York; sta- bruises, but says that the accident Evans Belive A erican All Electoral Votes Go began here today with horsemen from o ne of the best hotels in Florida. Mr. e
burew & Oempay. New York; Henry will not prevent him from riding in a all over the United States and Can- Miss Gusie Storrs went to Atoch moved here
Clews, New York; S. Palmen, New buggy lb future. Ships Are the Equal if Not to That Partya present. The sale opened ,with Monday where she s to take chre
York; Rmtherford Stuyvesant, New Ahorse consigned for disposal from of school. 'C
York; W. 41. Sage, New York; C. D. FELL BACK ARD Superior to Those of Any | Captain Harry Brown's Senora stud. Dr. Harley Cawthon went to Moul-
Baresy 4 Company. New York; L W. WR D Girry Herrman and Broomstick are trie, Ga., Monday, to get his autIyo- Caryri
Tboinpson, New York; C. L. Blair, FROM A 4 NDOW Country of the World. Associated Pr among the noted stallions to be sold. ile, which he ordered some t ago a well know
New York; Levi P. Morten, New y- c Jefferson City, Mo., Nov. 23.--Gov- Nex Tuesday, the 24th lns'., th o of Caryvi lle
Tork; G. P. Wetmore, Newport; T. L. Frank Williams, colored, fell back- ernor Folk today decided that under WISCONSIN'S VOTEe will be a special meeting of the local Fletcher Ha
Coolidge, Booen; Wm. Whitman, Boa- wards from a second-story window in By Asaociated Promn the Missouri statute the entire elec- Maditsn. Wis., Nov. 23.-The official Odd Fellows, n their hall at 7 p. m., typhold feve
ta; A. Paine, Boston; Frank the building at the northwest corner Chicago, Nov. 23.--Critics of .e toral votes of the state go to fart. vote for president as announced today when Grand Master Abernathy will ried to Holl
Keeg, St. Paul; C. A. Severance, of Tarragona and Gregory streets yes- navy, who condemn warships because This decision was made in spite ofWa foo Yesterday
St. Peul; X. N. Saunders, St. Paul; terday afternoon and was rendered un- Bryan. 166.707; Taft. 2419.673: (Cha- the office of
t[he. '. .Cole, Duluth; Chs.t. .Glov- conscious. He was attending a meet- of their minor defects, were publicly the fact that Brannock, a Bryan Iect- fin. 11.579: Debs. 28,146. Taft's plu- MILTON. her company
Thom. il.r Cole, Duluth; ChasG. eGlo- c fou.d no t gnilq or for the sixteenth congressional dis- said 81. s. No. p3 eILTONs. ma n
?r, Washington: Theodore Roosevelt, ing In the lall at the time he fell. answered at a banquet tonight of the or for the sixteenth congressional l realty s 8 1.966. appearances
Waahnglston; Chas. E. Magoon Ha- Williams was carried to his home United States aval academy alumni tict, receive rn eletor t large, NEW YORK BONDS.al to rene thorsat. window seve
van; Theodore Marburg, Baltimore; at the corner of Strong and Tarra- of the west. Six rear-admiralsiat at the second republican elector at large, NEW YORK BONDS.- Milton, Nov. 23.-. M. Patterson is paid for labs
Ges o You ngstown, Ohio; Frank- eCred serious. a s recent critics and praising the navy Republican electoral ticket. Mets hopes to have something to be visiting in Svea for the present.
i aqrphy. oNewark n, J.; G. A. H- er r were read from Admiral George thankful for as a result of the sale Mrs. D. M. Henderson and children.
art, *ewarkh. N. J.; I. C. McKinney, Dewey, Rear Admiral Schley and Rear I today of a new 4ssue of $12,500,000 of Pensacola, camne up Sunday and
a J M FINED SUM OF Admiral Robley D. Evu s. Rear Ad- 5 ler eamit. New Yk city bonds spent the day with her father, ex-Judge
iut .. ituteme. An- $13 WAS REMITTW) miral Uapps declared the vessels of Twelve millions will run for flfty years H. P. Holley. on, Na
a oetqt H. H. Peek, Con ticut; A. BAthis country are funly abreast of the ad t balance for ten years. It Is Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jernigan have on, of Camp
Voorbees. Ciacinnat: Julius George Boniafay was fined $25 and times. believed that the sale will be success- returned to Pensacola, after a pleas- Mr. Smith
Kan, b inyinhat; Wt Worth- costs by Recorder Jonson yesterday Admiral Dewey said in a letter of ful o ad the money realized will go far ant visit to relatives here. this place, w
nm Ohio: S. Cunningham, Ohio; for selling liquor after 9 p. m. Satur- "battleships designed during the t toward relieving the present cramped Dr. Hutchinson of Pensacola and Dr. tn Thursda
eL foc Campbell. Providence; Steven day. Thirteen dollars of his lune was five years, I have pokeen, and sl condition of the pety's e cnances. McKtnson of DeFuniak, were here overboarl a
O. Milterll, Providence; Lyman o fn remitted. W. gi. Jackson and David continue to speak of the in highest Saturday in consultation with Drs. to the shore
Wm. Miller Collier, Madrid; G. M. were found not guilty going around the world he said: Providence, R. I., Nov. 23.-With bedside of the latter's wife, Mrs. makes it to
Bowers, West Virgitiat J. A. Je-rey, "There is probably no where in the ceremonies of an imposing character. Goethe. who was dangerously ill. The We are gln
Wlee; FredHinia|. Eaton; dY: W.Htn CLEANING UP oARDEN STRET. rld today a fleet of sixteen ships This Governmueit Not Ex- under the auspices of the Rhode Island many friends hope that her Illness 1s lnamy, whoa
R. Bent; M. J. Dol~phinson, W. H. day evening cutting the grass on East Admiral Evans said in part in -his clouded From the "Two $a,000,000 federal building in this city on the road to recovery. let is still i
ackson; Morris Bachman; C. F. At- Gardeur street After the grass was letter: "After an experience with day Aae crd to ok partin the Dr. Dewherry, of Pensacolat was getting on t
,cut it was raked up in piles and our fleet, which few men have had, I Power" Standard. da. e large crowd took part of the here on professional business the krst has been at
N. Impottcd 2 NegrO whole, are the equal if not superior to meant omcials, congressmen and other The Rt. Rev. E. G. Weed, bishop of sick list t ii
Laborers From Louisville. BEULAH. those built by any other country." notables.
(Contilue4 From First Pae*) 'lat The Journal. AFTER "ELEVEN MONTHS. London, Nov. 33.---ince Premier As- the largest of its kind in New England -
DeF'usniak Springs, Nov. 23.-Friday quith nailed the formula of "two-pow- and will be occupied a weed from to-
ganise4, but say that they will con- night, about eight o'clock, Oscar RoD- St. Petersburg, Nov. 23.-Adotphus er" standard of naval strength for day by the postoffice, the customs on-


Unne on strike until the 10 per cent. ers, oldest son of Wm. Rogers, died. Fisher, a naturalized American citi- Great Britain to the radical naval ces, the United States courts and
rut in their wages is restored. They after an Illness that had lasted some zen, who has been held for the past platform, some of his adherents have other federal offices.
held a meeting on North Tarragona months. The funeral took *place Sun- eleven ihopths in Russian jails on sus- intimated that the United States, one
street last night, when several d4y at the local cemetery and was at- picion of being implicated in a mur- of the three strongest naval powers, MOBILE BASIN MEETING.
Speeches were made by their mem- tended by a large number of relatives tder, will be taken from jail tomorrow was excluded from these calculations. Mobile, Ala.., Nov. 23.-Delegates
hers. They transacted no -business and friends, and the K. of P.'s in a and sent under guard to the frontier Arthur Lee, a conservative, question- from Alabama, Georgia. Tennessee and
Which they wanted made public,. body. Six members of the Odd Fel- at Alexandrova. where he will be re- ed the premier on the matter in the Mississippi convened atethe Commer-
Yesterday was the fourth day of the lows acted as pall bearers. During leased. Relatives of Fisher in Bres- house today and obtained a definite cial Club today for the annual session
strike, and up to a late hour last night the service at the church Rev. North- lau have supplied funds that Fisher statement that the premier formerly of the Mobile Basin and Tennessee
Bo disorder or arrests among the cutt spoke very highly of the de- -might be able to return to America. said it was meant to include "all na- River Association. An excursion down
strikers were reported or any ex- ceased, who was -beloved by all who CHATTAHOOCHEE UNINJURED. tions, wherever situated." Mobile bay will be tenedered the visit-
pected. knew him for his sterling worth. Mr. ors.
A Sure-Enough Knocker. Rogers was born in Chicago and was Norfolk. Va.. Nov. 23.-The steam- THE T. M. C. CHAMPIONS A 1
C. Goodwin, of Reidsvi C., nine years of age when he came to er Chattahoochee of the Ocean Steam- OF EAST TENNESSEE ANNAPOLIS BI-CENTENNIAL. 23.-A st
J. C. Goowin, of Arnica Salve is alle. ., DeFuntak with his parents, twenty- ship company, sailed yesterday even- Annapolis. Md., Nov. 23.-A street
ays: Bure-enough knckle's Arnic Slve is bad four years ago. He leaves a wife and ing for Boston. The damaged cot- 8peciat to The JOurnal pageant was the spectacular feature
onrecamouh knocker for ulcers. A bad one son ton was carried as a desk load, as a Sweetwater. Tenn., Nov. 23.-The of today's program at the celebration
ne e wonderful say le last summer, but There will be special -rvice in the safeguard against a recurrence of Tennessee Military Institute Saturday of the bi-centenary of Annapolis.
fehat wounds. Nerful t salvenocked it outin Baptist church Thanksgiving day, at Friday's fkre. Divers declared t'ie won the championship of East Ten- Many marines and sailors, Naval
as few rounds. Not even t scar re- which members 6f the different choirs vessel's bottom uninjured. nessee by defeating the strong Knonx Academy and St. John's College ca-
etcd. Guaateed for ilessores, n city will ing. The sermon win ville High School by the decisive dets, civic organizations and state ml-
c. be a a reached by Rev. Edmonds. score of 18 to 4. T. M. I. has scored litia companies were in line, as well
Hon. and Mrs. Wallace Bruce. of A coated 82 to her opponent's 26 pointS. The as several elaborate loats and bands. IF HOT CAKES
oprokly, rVe4 a DeFuniak Sunday ngue, sal- game was one of the most hotly con- Tomorrow will be the closing day of with Ala uP are waiting f e t th
Sridl ncat the Ch utai u ia siotal hew compler- I.'s superiority was noticeable from -- Th. most distinctive feature of Alega yru
dence at the Ch eutanuqua it. r:T ien and se- the start. Leland's 60 vard run for a ALABAMA VETERANS. a| the dicu and wneome suar o the c
sM JlPGohrdon Sheobs, of River Junctitone vere, head- touchdown was the feature of the Mobile, Ala., Nov. 23.-Plans for one Ihclr flavo,-so appeio and palvt. r
SST EN THtItd huneralofr osearRgers. STO Cd l e in- game. of the biggest and best regions in the syru a ys ood, always tooth
STRENGTHENING e o O gr. dications of a history of the Alabama Confederate ing. and bet of all winter Sim. One tri
rand MaterAbernathy of he I io ordered TO FORTIFY HAWAII. Veteransandsonshave'been complel- te utue.
oOBrain ora F. will meet with Wiley lodge a l ver. A few- ed'and the.great gathering will be Ir Ixtime yOU a.tane tleyru
this (Tuesday) evening at 7 o'clock. oth Honolulu, Nov. 23.-A detachmentformally opned-tomorrow. The "boys t
and Hope Ca4wthn got back from Florala ittem now of United States engineers under Ma- In gray" will spend three days in this woc. a, e. 40c and 70s sies.
Saturday ad started M,,nday morqig will h e Ip jor Winslow which arrived recently city and every hour will be renJered At All First-Class ss.
N erV S ft r Co Wba Ga. Frot there he wq nd*rtUay. on tCe transport Sheridan has eo- pleasant for the gray-haired soldiers ALABAMA-GEOR GIA SY
N r e twill go to Apalacablcola, taking pic- It l0o pPre- Ieuced the work of fowtifying the is- of the lost cause.
After the Hurt of C~Oee. tarWe for a publIsla oause. ee cents ind"- land. The first work to be done is Montgomery, Alabam
There is to be an election in the gstion, Coo- the preparation of military maps. The DeFUNIAK.
"There's a Reason" near future, to deode whether more st i v e e s, dredging for the large dry dock to
bonds are to be issued for more sew- Colds and be built at Pearl Harbor will begin Special to 7*. Journal.
erage, and for an electric light plant. Grippe. in the near future. eDFlniak, Nov. 23.-Mr., Mrs. and


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d his annual services in
y's Episcopal church Suoi-
Iliams, Jr., E. C. Vinson,
les and 'Mrs. Rhoades have
im Holt. where they have
ng a hunting trip. The
mot seen any game.
fann and Fred Alien were
Pensacola Suaday.
Pendleton aad family are
ie residence of Mrs. M. C.
Santa Rosa street.
uns, of Marietta, Ga., !s
ids with friends here to-
11 leave tonight for his
W. Clark is visiting rela-
ts.
[NNONVILLE.
clal to The Journal.
ville, Nov. 23.-A. L. Me-
a McCaskill and E. D. Bur-
lsses Sallie and Kathleen
&peat SuAday in Atmore,
town and visiting friends.
Irs. A. B. Powell of Beu-
here one day last week.
alum went to ensagoia
. McKinnon and son. Clif-
bry Flora, attended the
ig Tuesday at Mr., H. P.
Lynch and family have
from Enon.
ARYVILLE.
lal to ThO Jevrnat.
Nov. 23.-Jule Spencer,-
n and popular youngg man
.died at the home of Mr.
rris yesterday morning of
r. His remains were Aar-
is, Ala., for interment.
evening was pay day at
f the Gee. E. Wood Lum-
y, at Caryvine. From all
as the men passed to the
>ral thousand dollars werq
or during the past moeth.
DESTIN.
or. s.-MIyi15 Eat-
Walton, came up on the
Thursday afternoes.
, formerly a fiAsherman at
as drowned at Camp Wal-
y. It seems that he fell
nd was unable to swim
west wind we are having
Srough for the fishermen.
ad to say that Robert Wil-
shot himself accidentally
, is improving. The bhal
n his shoulder, but be is
Nicely. Dr. Dias, of Boggy,
tending him.
immings has been on the
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TilFL-Y TOLD.

' ) There will be the regular nmeetlr.g
Sof the Central Trades council tonight
at Union Carpenters' hall at 8 o'clock.
All delegates are requested to be pres-
ent.
The maximum temperature at Pen-
sacola yesterday was 67 degrees a,
1:30 p. m., while the minimum was 60
degrees at 4:20 a. m. Last year on
the same date tie maximum was 68
degrees and the minimum 54 degrees.
The .average maximum for this date
Is 68 degrees and the average mini-
mwm 52 degrees.
* *
H. S. Iaird, of Milton, was in the
city yesterday on legal business.
a. 0
J. W. Barnes. of Andalusia. was
among the registered guests at the
3Merchants yesterday.
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W. L. Sessoms. of Bonifay.
among the business visitors to
sacola yesterday.


was
Pen-


Dr. William Hlumer returned Sun-
day from Quincy, where he went on
a business trip. He was in the city
r -en the shooting affray occurred
Saturday afternoon. and said thert
was much excitement.
* *
C. D. Williams, of Buena Vista. Ga.,
Si'as in the city yesterday and regis-
tered at the Merchants.
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A party composed of Mrs. J. Y. Car-
ter. Mrs. Faircloth and Miss Bessie
Faircloth. visitedd Pensacola yesterday
trom H rper.
Several shingles on the roof of Pat
EF.agan's home. corner of Belmont and
Baylen streets, were burned Sunday
might about 9 o'clock by sparks fal:-
Ing trom a chimney.
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In attempting to step backr-ard from
electric car No. 12 at the corner of
Romana and Palafoib streets Sunday
might, Mrs. Darlington. an aged la0-


Therels 501o1
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merchandise ti


edted with it
things to be s
admired' Clo
ter kInd. Hata
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choice, elegant,
clusive.
On TUESDI
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this day we wi
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selling. We s
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court. Many Enjoyed School Days. around and see us. We will
A jolly carload of Warrington peo- see
THE ONE BEST VANILLA ple attended "School Dayz." at the be glad to give any informa-
Is the Blue Ribbon brand, the favor- opera house in Pensacola on Friday tion desired.
ite with all Southern housekeepers, night. the play having been muci ap-
hotels and restaurants. preciated.. Several private theatre Whre t .
parties had been arranged, the large Where is the Man?
Reason Enough. Warrington crowd, however, resolving
Judge--What! You want the court itself into one immense party. and en- REV. ROGERS SPOKE
to be lenient because you have been joying the situation thoroughly. at Y. M. C. A. SUNDAY
brought before it a dozen times? Odd Fellows Hold Pleasant Event.
Hardup--Yes, Your Honor, I expect warrington Odd Fellows entertained Rev. F. A. Rogers. of the Gadsden
to be treated like a regular customer! a number of their Pensacola brothers Street Methodist church, spoke to .
on Wednesday night, when a most en- lar:g and appreciative audience at th,


SO THE ONLY REMEDY

FOSDT BLOODIPOISON
& &S. the one and only liable and certain cure for cta.ous
bloodd Poison. This daim is not based on the treatment of a few cases o
thedisease, ere and there but its success extends ever a pod of mo
than forty yeaz during which time thi-i* apo t'--''- have iUbnd a
cre by theuemof this great vegetable remedy. & & Isftatfall, asso-
tmy perfect blood pnrfier, able to go dowa into the blood and emove every
S rticl of the irr of rae mBlood Po ison lteal Isea aLd rifies the
circulahti aad i this way removes th easme of the trouble. aner11
assisted by a rich, healthy blood supply, quickly isea.r.s and enews the
srstem, while the aya ptmws of *I,-btd mouth and throu*atia np
.discowled aknth Sa macr r..r.ad ur =, ee ,
4he body tilemte ts t po .
as thbtv futuy xr p k--te d is p ad the asee of the disease entirely
Tmovsaw l- t Booa' = O ~rti man ay ahuable and helpfl
gUt;ons for thisboe whoaieCiiUg rtbart with S. S. and any medical
advice desired sMt neto at who write.
MER SWFL.T SPBCnI M A,- L A.A GA.


joa:able affair took place at the I. O.. iY. A. on tiunaa. arTprncon, at
O. F. hall. Mr. E. P. Chaffin was the regular weekly services of the a?-
.warded a 25-year jewel. and other sociation. The meeting was one o;
nmcmbers of the order received minor the most inter-sting of the season.
:.cnors. The Rebekahs served a tempt- and was attended by many enthusias-
:r.g supper and the entire event was tie Y. MN. C. A. admirers. The Men's
Snue which will long be remembered 'oibies classes received attention im-
)y those who were In. attendance. mediately after the close of the serv-
I ices.
Serious Runaway on Friday. I
The team belonging to the Wilkins The W men of the New
grocery became frightened in some The Women of the Ne
manner on Friday morning while M. E. Church Association
-itched to the delivery wagon, run-
--ing away and doing considerable Will sell at Sol. Cahn's store on Tues-
lamage before the animals could be day and Wednesday. Nov. 24 and 25,
'looped. Cakes. Pies. Ohicken Salad and home-
The wagon was totally demolished, made Jellies and Preserves. Your
and the colored driver was thrown patronage will be appreciated.
some distance, was rendered uncon-
Sscious. LADIES AUXILIARY


Will Join Yacht Club.
Many from Warrington will attend
tomorrow nigat's meeting of the Pen-
saeola Yacht club, to occur in the
Chamber of Commerce rooms on De-
Luna street. Warrington is alive with


B. of L. E. MEETING
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Broth-
erhood of Locomotive Engineers will
meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
All members requested to attend. In-
itiation.


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Thanksgiving Week we are
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WARI TOn GROWS -*ht

A AIN RINTON ON BALb HEADS
Salad Headed People May Get a New
Chance in Life.
In thee days w:en youth is the
P moving factor in business; when a
man m makes his mark ht thirty-five and
is ready to retire at forty-five; when
WHAT 18 DOING IN PENSACOLA'S business houses pension the man we
call "middle-aged.," rather :han allow
THRIVING LITTLE SUBURB BY his lagging influence to intrude upon
the commercial rush, a :bald head 1-
THE SEA-MUCH SOCIAL ACTIV- almost fatal to any man's opes. 7he
eth mg about the ITY AS USUAL-WORK REMAINS following must therefore prove inter-
LhN ADesraing to people who are losing their
w fre stoc JhSLACK IN YARD. hair or who are bald.
W fres S oResorcin is one of the latest and
most effective germ killers discovered
t tarts a thrill A pleasant event was chronicled by science, and in connection with
SBeta Napthol, which is both germici-
in in Warrinton this week, when, o dal and antiseptic, a combination is
Friday night, the members of ie formed which destroys tie germs
S. m n new Married Ladies Euchre clab. accom- which rob the hair of its nutriment.
panied by their husbands, treated Jas. and also creates a clean and healthy
displayed a Crona to a "surprise," it being the condition of the scalp, which pre-
d p71st anniversary of his bi:th. Cards.. vents the development of new germs.
[ th constituted. the amusement of the Pilecarpin is a well known agent
thing o the bet- eve those winning prizes being as for restoring the hair to its natural
follows: flt prizes, Mr. E. P. color. weere the loes of color has
fCuE the best fi n and Mrs. Martin Jones; lone been due to a disease of the scalp.
hands, Mr. G. J. Unger and Mrs. Jo Yet it is not a coloring matter or
h thait t Glover; boobies, Mr. Martin Jones dye.
s f t wand Mrs. E. P. Chafin. The prizes, This combination of curatives mix-
arctiv and which were all exceptionally attract- ed with alcohol as a stinulent per-
attractive eie, were presented to Mr. Crona. fects the most effective remedy for
Elaborate refreshments were served, hair and scalp troubles.
the evening passing off in a mot The famous Rexall "93" Hair Tonic
pleasant manner. For several years it is chiefly composed of Resorcin, Beta
AY, NOV., 24th, as grown to be the custom to "sur- Napthol and Pilocarpin. It makes the
prise" Mr. Crona, and this year it scalp healthy, nourishes the T-air.
r doors and.o was Messrs. and Mesdames H. Mer- stimulates the follicles. Where the
Or o..sil and Fred Myers who undertook head Is already bare, it 'nters the
S the pretty compliment. Mr. Crona, who follicles, revitalizes the roots, sup-
Sgive OUta 3pC1C is chief clerk at the navy yard, has plies nourishment and stimulates a
I [ been employed by the government new growth.
wing rather th tfor many years, being one of the most We want you to try a few bottles
trusted men in the yard. Throughout of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, on our
hll hold On this his entire lifetime, which has been personal guarantee that the trial will
spent in Warrington, he has come not cost you a penny if it does not
to be very near the people and give you absolute satisfaction. That's
generally beloved and respected. Al- proof of our faith in this remedy, and
though well past the three score and it should indisputably demonstrate
ten mark, he remains as hale and that we know what we are talking
O z- hearty as a boy. and enthusiastically about when we say that Rexall "93"
capered his appreciation of the atten- Hair Tonic will grow hair on bald
tion of his friends on last Friday heads, except, of course, n here bald-
O p e n in g *night. Among those preignt at the hess has been of such long duration
interesting celebration were as fol that. the roots of the hair are entire-
lows: Messrs. and Mesdames Martin ly dead, the follicles closed and grown
Sn Jones, G. J. Unger, E. Chaffin, H.' over. and the scalp is glazed.
woman and child Merrill, F. Myers. Julian Crona, B. Remember. we are basing our state-
Crona. Misses Cornelia Higgins and ments upon what has already been ac-
ited and we want Minnie McCienanand Mrs. Glover. eomplished by the use of i exall "93"
Hair Tonic, and we have the rigHat to
ome r, g i.ber Maried Ladies' Euchre Meets. assume that what it has done to hun-
Ccr n r Ti'Fae Married Ladies' Euchre met at dreds of others It will do for you. In
the home of Mrs. Jos. Glover on Wed- any event you cannot lose anything
asked to buy all nesday afternoon, a pleasant event by giving it a trial on ur liberal
having been reported by those who guarantee. Two sizes. 50c and $1.00.
rou pay US a visit were fortunate in being in attendance. The Crystal Pharmacy, Brent Build-
Mrs. A. Hirschkovitch was successful ing.
a. in carrying off first honors, Miss Min-
d anie McClellan being awarded the
booby. Dainty refreshments were interest with regard to this particular
served. Mrs. Fred Myers will be the project, and there are many who an-
Snoutess at the next regular meeting of ticipate joining the popular orgayniza-
the club which will occur on Wednes- tion.
day afternoon. -
i AdII anA A A --- PERSONAL MENTION.
I Dancing School on Friday. Wm. Hutchins Isjenjoylug a vaca-
A large number of Warrlngton tion from the navy 'ard.
r- T I s youig people were In attendance at
the weekly dancing school Friday Roland McGinn hl been ill, but is
night, which has been installed, as a now improved.
pleasing social feature for the young
people, for the remainder of the sea- Mrs. Hersc'akovit4 Is steadily Im-
son. A series of attractive events proving, much to the satisfaction of
of West Romana street, fell to the are being planned for the winter, her many friend.t.
pavement, but was 'not injured. S --- ---t-s
declined an offer made by the con- Last of Cane Grinding. Mrs. McGraw of Boston is the guest
doctor of the car to send her to Yesterday marked the last of the of her sister, Mrs. Straut.
physician and walked to her nome. cane grinding at the head of the
bayou, several parties from Warring- Mr. T. Lannon will attend the re-
Seventy-one cases were docke.ed ton having been In attendance at the union of Sons of Confederare veterans
for trial in the recorder's court yes- interesting event this week. A great to be held at Mobil" this week.
terday. Fifty-eigkt defendants we'e deal of cane has been ground this fall R.aird. Sr., is mprovin from his
found guilty, eight were discharged among the thriftier class .f farmers recent illness, and is able to be out
and five cases were continued. Fin'.s near the Hay-cu. -.ho hiav.' coiled the again. e
to the amount o0 2i' w.: sap Into syrup for winter use. Mr. ain
S* ,* and Mrs. Walter Fell -:pent a pleasant T. Murphy, D. Condon, J. Dale and
Five white boys, who were arrest- day o Friday watching thbinterest-. M. Mellen are among those who
ed Sunday, were fined $5 and costs ing process and on Monday Mr. Wal-will leave siortl for New York, as
each in the recorder's court for en- ton Fell, accompanied by Allie an the result of slack conditions in the
gaging thea garecorde of chance fn en- Flossy Sweeney. were present. yard. All a I from the construction
Luna street. Momr Men are Lai Off and repair department and have been
Luna street. More Men are Laid Off. I emplo,-%] for many vars at the yard.
* A large number of men were laid employed for many y,.ars A the yard.
Large number of men were laidTheir'many local friiends will regret
C. J. FPedericks was fined. $1 and off aL the yard this week, the outlook t ern othe inted r re
costs in the recorder's court yesterday being especially dark at thn present to larn of ther d departure.
for driving his team northward time. lack of work is given as th? How to Get Strong.
through DeLuna street. cause of pre-sent conditions. A mium- P. .T. Daly.- of 1"47 W. Congress St.,
* her of the men who are to leave have Chicago. Tells of a wav to become
James Simpson, colored, was fined been employed at the yards for many strong. He says: "My mother who
.10 and costs in the reorder's court years, a situation similar to the pres- is old and was very feeble is deriv-
yesterday for cursing and threatening eat one never having presented itself ing so much benefit from Electric Bit-
with a razor. ,. during the time of their employment. ters,. that I feel it's my dt.: to tell
* There is no hope aeld out to the men those who need a tonic and strength-
Waldon Savage, charged with being that matters may adjust themselves in ening medicine about it. In my
a dangerous and suspicious character, the near future, or i, the pring. In mother's casea marked .ain in flesh
was sentenced to 30 days in jail bh fact. it is impossible to sa ,ust what has resulted, insomnia has been over-
the city recorder yesterday. Frank Is to be expected. come and she is steadily growing
Chinwick was sentenced 30 days on Pn. f Marhi Me' c. stronger." Electric Bitters quickly
the charge of vagrancy Plans for Married Men's Euchre remedy stomach. liver and kidney com-
* Plens .are in progress for the "Mar- i Sold under guarantee at all
Anthony Kirk, colored, who recent- ied Men's" Euchre club. which was drug stores. 50c.
Iv went insane on the sub whorecent- to have been formally launched in
l: went insane on the subject of re- Warrington .ocietv circles this week.
ligion, was taken to the asylum a areposnpocient hi wee Everything in Christmas
enhatahoochee yesterday byi an at- has been made until this week. The Cigars, Pipes, Tobacco Jars,
tendant from that institution. club promises to be a popular one. as
* its membership will be composed of Pouches and Smokers novel-
A strip of matting has been placed a number of Warington's best known ties can be had at the Im-
in the center aisle and on the floor young benedicts. _peal Cigar Stores Come
of the judge's bench in the recorder's peal gar Stores. ome


15 per cent discount on our entire line of Men's and
Boys' Winter-Weight Underwear.
Many other splendid bargains in every department
of our great store. See Sunday's and Monday's papers
for a more complete catalogue of prices.
We want the men and Boys of this city to get the
habit of coming to our store for what they want to wear
as much so as their women folks.


Give us a trial. Once. always a
customer. Why? Because we carry
only high-grade goods.


"Watson, Parker & Reese Co.


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BROKEN LINKS Some Pointed as Well
BROtKEoN TLNKS "
as Eloquent Comment
By Vandelia Varnum Thomas, Well-known Leoturer. ad Writ, Current Events
DeFuniak Springs Florida. on rent
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Some of us who are interested in
the agricultural prospects for Flori-
da would like to know about how
many bovines will be able to subsist
this winter on the editor's posy gar-
le a. If the experiment turns out
well. it is likely that DeFuniak may
plant Satsumas and perennial roses
along her boulevards. Any reliable in-
Iformation on this subject will be
gratefully received, but note, we -ay
"reliable." Don't lead ns off on some
"craze." that is likely to drain our
purse and brain for we have but lit-
tle of either to squander. T.'e results
of the election, while reported as
marvellous in the country at large,
have apparently not augmented our
supply of greenbacks or gray matter,
and hence we have to guard both with
care.
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Is a woman qualified to hold school
office? This is to be a burning ques-
tion in the state this year. I would
not pretend to answer a question of
such magnitude myself. No woman
could be expected to answer it intelli-
gently. Man, mere man, only is com-
petent to decide. Still a woman may
be allowed to skirmish around the
edges, peep over the fence and make
a few general comments from her
viewpoint. There is no law against
this. I believe. To one who has been
accustomed to moving alo-g naturally
in aome. school, church and society,
nimn and women together, it seems
odd enough to be dumped down into
a state where a woman cannot make
a legal contract, or occupy a pulpit
if she feels called, or serve as school
commissioners or mmhber of a school
board, or do a dozen other things of
gr;'ater or less import, :imply be-
cause she is a woman. It perhaps is
a trifle unfortunate to he educated in
co-educational schools, for one some-
how unconsciously imbibe- there the
belief that it is work and worth that
count and that ability and c"llture are
not defined by sex. Sopraro-or bass
had no bearing upon class standing,
or examination tests, or diploma..
Merit alone was king. I say tmder
such training it is difficult to believe
that a dress or a coat may debar one
from any work or position that the
possessor may feel calledd to do or fill.
I say "called," fofrI like the word.
It barks back to the age of prophets,
when he who received the message
might speak, even though the moun-
tains fell.
But, to return, is woman qualiflea?
'When we consider first, how much is
implied, of responsibility, of wisdom,
of judgment, of patience and exam-
ple, in the education of the young-
she is not qualified. No conscientious
mother feels she Is qualified to train
her children, but-she is about the


only one that can be trusted at Jall
The ideal is more nearly ppproacied
in her than in any other of God's
creatures that have happened to cross
my way.
If any one knows child nature she
does. If any one is interested in
cmill life it is she. If any one is anx-
ious over its future it is t'.e mother.
If any one will sacrifice every self
interest, lay down life for another, in
its highest sense, it is the one who
rocks the cradle, and in devotion
would carry its every burden to the
grave.
Seven-tenths of the teachers in the
country are women. T'ese pass on
and become great teachers in the
home. Yet they are not unmindful or

the work of the school room. Its every
detail is familiar to- them. Why
should they not be welcomed on tie
school board? Why not at the super-
intendent's desk. or if other qualifica-
tions warrant, why not in the public
office of state superintendent? About
the happiest lot of teachers I ever
saw was in Chicago when Judge
Dunne honored himself by appointing
.lane Addams on the school board.
"Now." they said, "we have one to
waom we can go, one who under-
stands us--one outside and above all
politics."
There are countless communities
that would as soon think of having
all teachers men as all school trustee
men. Several states have women for
state superintendents, and they are
among the first in education in tie
country. Many state? have women as
county superintendents, and if I nam-
ed them they would not come in the
column of heavy illiteracy. Twenty-
two states give women the -right to
vote on school officers and more than
that number allow aer to hold office.
Shall we not then bring in this new
element into our public school work?
The other day a few questions con-
cerning the health of the denizens of
this district came to the Woman's
Town Improvement association. They
were sent by the department of the
Woman's Federation, delegated to col-
lect statistics regarding tuberculosis
and much to our surprise and grati-
fication we find there is no sickness or
death in Walton county. This discov-
ery was made too late to insert in
our advertising matter, but we trust
fiends will pass the word along. "No
sickness or death in Walton county.
Florida!" No recorded statistics of
anything but the weather and that
only when fair.
Yet in spite of this unrecorded fact.
we have a few fine looking physt-
cians, prosperous, well-ed and happy,
which leads to the conclusion that
our neighboring cities must often ap-,


ply to DeFuniak for medical counsel.
We shall keep our doctors just the
same, for taey are good men. Their
presence insures our safety and our
remarkable record.
Where is the Man?
The Imperial Cigar Stores
have an assortment of Christ-
mas Cigars ranging from 90o
a box to $2.00 a box. Every-
thing in the smoke line can
be found in our stores.


TOWN TALK


G. W. Groves & Co., are Sell-
ing the Gerson Stock at
Prices That Set the Towni
Agog.

The Gerson sale ends its first week'a
selling tonight with a sales record
that marks a new epoch in the his-
tory of Pensacola mercharrdising. It
has been impossible to wait on the
crowds. The deliveries ar. gradually
being caught up with and this feature
of the business is about on a satisfac-
tory basis. The selling of the entire
stock by the Groves Co. means forc-
ing business by tremendous price
cutting. Not only in the crockery,
china and toy stocks but the silver-
ware, watches and lamonds have
felt the deep inroads f the price cut-
ter's knife. In fact tSis week the dia-
mond underselling is a distinct fea-
ture and Mr. Grove says that his slo-
gan of "$1.00 doing as much as $2, $3
and even $4" is a fact even in Lhe dia-
mond, cut glass and Jewelry sections
of Gerson's stock. Cold type cannot
tell the story. It is up to the shresd
buyers of this city and vicinity to take
quick advantage of this great sale.
Keep clee watch of the price bulle-
tins in the Journal. You will be well
repaid.
A special Thank offering
to the children of 20 per cent.
discount on our entire line of
little folks 'shoes during this'
week. Watson, Parker &
Reese Co.


Len

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"EVERYTHING TO WEAR."


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Ederheimer, Stein & Co,
MAKERa


phenomenal


BARGAINS

in Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes.
Shirts. Underwear, Hats
and Half Hose.

We will mention just a few on account
'of space:
100 Men's Fine Suits, all Worsted and Cassimere
Suits, $13 to $15 values, (Schloss Bros'. make) for
$11.55.
25 Men's Fine Sample Suits, $18 to $25 values, $15.65
Men's $2, $2.50 and $3 Derbys, $1.58.
Men's $1.50 Shoes, all solid, $1.18.
50 pairs of Men's High-Grade Shoes, $3.50 and $4
qualities, for $2.96.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1908.


We want our sea island cotton and W ao0o aAR F0
eign competition and the way to g& Editor Pensacolura U 1 1 UlOlhhllhO '" lS .... -<-->-

41 ?tives of these industries to appear be- quote Hon. Duncan V. FLetcher, er-
St a fore the committee of ways and means dent of the MisslaiI to Atlantic I -

THE JOURNAL COMPAN wto ema our rights aid at the Columbusconventon that New Orleans Cotton Ex- .
Sunder the law. We will be entirely the Florida ip canal would cost i ve,.
"" r forgotten unless we put in the neces, million dollars. This' i an error. Mr. Chage is Striving to
FRANK L. K19e, Pesle *a C*w l MIeaNer 4'sary reminders. Fletcher said: "One estimate says
the canal can be dug for affty million Have It R 0 emoved.eo
TIN PR *& I Sam Gompers may be slightly dis- dollars." ayca uw a n 1T r q wth
Robert Mawyr pCallp who named in 1896 UtL
-I ----- t figured but he's still in the ring and this sum as the cost of a ship canal -___
SU- CIPTION M.ATWS while he repudiates the democratic from St. Augustine to Cedar Keys Special to Th Journal. Floats.
0We Tawo ms4r .. .. .. m MJathU R L... **Ofu. n e e Ola wweek..1.....e....il n 1 re al to be thirty feet in depth, two his comprehesSve plan to improve
eMono*..1....:.. W per yew. .$1 00 less he did his best in the late caf- hundred feesaide at the bottom, with the conditions under which the South one
S paign to help that party to success. extensive improvements for a great markets its annual cotton crop and to ways
5. tm__l M. '_-__ He didn't pull us through, but he must av y ard. coaling station and ship reduce the cost of handling, storage,
S-Tf while ven cre~iwter= to e odinemnratin buildingsc and repair plat in Orange etc.. President W. B. Thompson. of
cowAr011600tbe given credit for good intentions lake. e the eew Orleans Cotton Exchange, re- W II
i* M The. r ** ......The ship canal from St.tMary's,tGa.. cently took up the matter of removing
l- is lThe Philadelphia Timedsah. "here to St. arkess.t Ite amF as estimate by the Iort duty ,on e d P. .-Extra jute oet hooi ttennn w scaaoy
|OapalJgn tol hulk $-'1W~of 1,e is an estimateofw patthe farmers. eIeutnas t Colonel Q.t fGillsorarea't fsteel'ties with the Southern members

dD 9t- this country raised during the past thea U. S. Eng ineer Corps, i the an- of congress, and has received many
antwelve months," and then proceeds to nual report of t0e chief of engineers favorable responses. Yesterday Mr.
enumerate corn. wheat, oats, barley, mate, however, is for an much smaller reasons why Pe advocated no tariffs i litl
Phones: Editorial Room 38. in W Office, 15 rye, buckwheat flaxseed, rice pota canal, requiring six locks on each o these commoditiesafollows
t thoes, hay and tobacco, totalling in S. LELAND J. HENDERSON "I feel much encouraged by the
S-- -- va lue $7.500.000. And not one word In l. HE.NDERSON. promptness and unanimity with which
PENSAPOLA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1908. the estimate about cotton, perhaps t S n C i Soutthern members of congress have e a
the most valuable export crop we h ARE WE RESPONSIBLE the Cotton Exch range state 10 S Palafo St
ake It An Issue facts will be brought out-not merely have, worth about 600,000,000 annu- By Peter Stanley days ago for the removal of the duty. O .
the facts favorable to the applicant. ally. How is that for crass ignorance? on jurte bagging and steel ties. Al-
Before the People. The Tampa Tribune has been a ** *r * ** though only&a short time has elapsed l- You
Tie DeSoto County News ropouWAs fierce assailant of the Pardoning WAo n hen such a brilliant, useful and the replied rdT n ec number and
Sqeston. Recently a man in St Board, but the following from a re- are leading to Savanna, Ga-, where universally loved man as Edward Car- kind give us the assurance that a de- l hai
ce county notoriously gilty on cent Isare of that paper seems t the culminating event of the 1908 mack is so brutally murdered on tae termined effort will be made to se-
Mae I county notoriously gflty aO c centt wle bof that Paper seems to in-Bam

murder was tried and-acquitted down dicate Its approval of Mr. Simmons's American automobile racing season streets of such a la4ge city as Nash- cure the relle f and advantage asked M m yu
there much to the s that the o e of pardon ll t a o as developments as Tannessee the clocks I have beard5n at there is some op-
of law-abiding people. He had able attorney should be created: says Frederic J. Haskin. Not all of o the tower should pause at the day, position to the removal of the duty in B
lawyers and they did their best to Daniel A. Simmons, secretary to them, Fred. There's one down here in the hour and the minute; Old Jushua question on the part of some cotton
ear their fees. Governor Broward. who recently pub- these parts between Flomaton and ought to rise from his long, long planters themselves. I cannot think a i- -
The News says: "T'ney have won a nshed an extensive newspaper artielb Pensacola and on the date mentioned sleep and commnad the sun to stand that this opposition comes from ma-
notable victory at the bar regardless suggesting changes in the pardoning our automobilists will have a race pes- till until we American people could tre reflection As I un derstand t,
there, muc to te system in vogue in Florida, complains e wl tkplconTg back on the safe and sane track the contention is made that the dutyeeisoep-
of the evidence and the law. But we thatemhisarticle has been misinterprelains haps second only in importance to the of a higher plane of civilization on je should be increased instead of
raise a question. Was their victory ted. Mr. Simmons saySi his sole plea Savannah affair. It will be modest Some three years ago, Dr. Dickey, being removed, to the end that jute "The
such an act as (ends to promote re- was for a pardon attorney, whose duty and unassuming by comparison with president of Emory College, in North could not be trsed at all for .bagging,
ar eorgia, preached a sermon in Ocala ald that manufacturers would bef oecto

pect for the profession reverence for it would be to represent the state in the big Georgia meet but it will be which was listened r to with unusual in- fg ted to use coturers would be
the law an fr the sacredness of appwere clireatedions for pardon. It a capable, mighty good sport all the same and a terest. His subject was: "Is the tre of baling stuff. tton
Me? Does not the skill of criminal fair-mnded ad energetic man, it fine starter for something bigger next true Religion of the Lord Jesus Christ "In the first place it ;y no means button
lawyers in ctar atd swaying juries would go far toward correcting a time. Passing Away?" When such crimes follows that cotton would -have to be
tn to ee men to take the at many of te abuse that now as the Tennessee murder drape our used if jute was kept out by a pro- pulls out
law in their ow hands to priomht or ex-st in the ste. Pardon applica- Mr C. P. Setzer, of Quitman, Ga monuments of morality with crimson hibitive tariff. Some other product r i -
ar dpGcrores of Innocentd lood and burnish cheaper than cotton woulr probably

lee priva the ror tons are now entirely one-sfded af- arrived in the city Wednesday night such brilliant names as Carmack upo e foerd than cotton would probably
fairs, with only the prisoner and his ao tl it th ral sch brilliant names as Carmack upon be found. But in the second place. 5
elaw rand hsrednessofappicatithons y fo aron. r i d such toaccept a y position with the Heralda the ur timely marble Of murdered even if it was pIteuble by logislatibog

A plain question bluntly put, but lawyers and friends having the floor, He s a newspaper man of manyyears men's graves, we pauseof murdered even if it was poible by legislation to ee th chr-he ony n that
So matter how obvious the reply so to speak. There is little occasion experience and is well known in Flor- husiasm of foreign mission our en- to force manufacturers to use cotton 200.000 now in u-modetly priced in oak a
ifeMd be, the editor of the News is for wonder, under such conditions, ida journalism having a few years recounting ol a a cotCnron n the millionsnufacture of Hnlelcllullhtllllldilloinllelellolllllllell
Mnt likely to get an answer. The law- that so Many Injudicious ardous ame ago published a aperr at High Springs steeples at home, put Dr. Dickeys would be benefitted thereby, and I do
r are safely entrenched behind granted.-- the High Springs Hornet.-Perry Her- question to the test: Is it? see how he would surely be hurt. If n
tleir "ethics," weak minded juries Any cub reporter on an American aid. A thousand clergymen may answer ag could be made from the re5 1-2 feet ahis ane wa 0 os
"ad a system at criminal procedure metippolitan newspaper will know And he made that same Hornet one "No", to one Dr. Dickey "Yes." Then fuse product of the crop and it a mar- plate, bdevet one wa o ows N.TOs
tt is denounced by even the attor- howto sympatise with Emperor of the most readable and widely quot- to the thousand we put the Tennessee ket would thereby be made for stuff anything Japanese cae nows No r
y general of the United States as William The latter has merely been ed papers in the state by his original uesti on thandmay-yeat tooe many, that was not before marketable, t the subsequent years give a e
tOoseareanooentireyion-Siedes-sarivedainthecitytWrnesdyenightnreply: Bury the deed with the dead." coub d see some force in this argument much.
aeIt a scandal to civilization. called down by his managing editor, views and quaint and unc entional But the dead is buried and theeed But such s not the case. The cotton e th the oth
The lawyers can see no profit to Count on Buelow, for writing indis- way of expressing them. -We should liveth. And the living are responsible that would be used for cotton baling nd yee rop .Bdle wscae a
tlaiselves ia any material ehang ln ereet things in the generous ardor of like to see Bro. Setzer once more in for the deed. As a nation we are re- is already marketable for other pur- that will run 25 per cent better than d o
that system, and as devotion to their his untrained lispules, and that is the harness of Florida journalism to sponsible; as a reigious-teaching peo- poses and is made into goods of a this, or at the rate of 1,000 gallons aPenacoli
clients, guilty or innocent, is the ain- Just what frequently happens to the write as the spirit moved him and e we are esponsibleasprivatn-e nmh gretervalue than cotton t th least 50 cet fro t
individuals we are responsible. The ting. Or w f there werelany other peer apart woul0 gpver 800 galnst
ration of their work nothing need c ub reporter. The kaiser has had m e with no one to blue-pencil his stuff, dead is buried but the living liveth on, users of cotton bagging than the mixed arups not nearly so good
be expected of them in any effort at first keen lnceish made in his inord- and each day when the golden sun farmer himself, there might be some this have been riling here for 75 ture, U she
remedyias the evil. nate vanity and abnormal self-esteem, It was Bob Taylor who inflicted the dips beneath thedeep purple f eve- reason for compelling the use of cot- cents per gallon.--DeFniak Breeze. ways n
The issue should be taken before with the foremost political surgeon of hardest blow upon the late ex-Seaator ning-tide soft, sad whispers echo from ton for this purpose. But the farmer s 17noviet
t people those wlo have homes and the erm empire to perform the Carmack in his political life by de- a newly-made mound over in sunny is the only user of bagging and any The Kind of Immigration We Want.
the people, those who have homes and the Germa empire to perform the ite Tennssee, and as they take their va- increase in the cost thereof would be Another new colony of northern set- n
lives and children to protect from the opeatio, and while he winced and fearing him for a second term in the rious flights over the lnd of the brave a direct burden upon him and him tiers in the south similar to that at noce at
foul work of te murerr, and no bled freely, he needed just that treat United States senate. Carmack has and te free (?) gathered under their slone. In other words, if the use ot rm s e he ay dbt
ceIlidate should be elected to the ment and the result will b good for been pictured as resentful and vin- white wings is the mournful wail of a cheap baling start was prevented by itzgerald, Gl, is to pe esabeter Thomas Lan
agis sature unless he is rally temmit. both him and the people. Public opin- dictive to his political fees .but the snobheart-brokent, comfort ess aewidow, lay- le action and a more expensive ar inesr at tatof T ha .n ns C .en
ted to a drastic reform in our whole ion is greater even than kaisers with other day in Houston, Texas, Senator Are we responsible? everyone else would have to pay road to St. Mares. A town will be lo- of orida--
system of crtainal laws that will their "divine right" Illusions in this Taylor, in talking of the late Nash- a more for that class of cotton goods cated at the center of the tract, which O Mnd
give soelety a fair chance in an issue age of the world, and when the great ville tragedy, said: 4 o --u bi manufactured out of the grades re- town s being surveyed and planted, 1909, the def
rita the murderers in the courts of Geran people rise up a rowar their "You see. after the fight was ever, PENSACOLA AND quired for bagging, and the farmer and 200 lots will be put on the mar- ant er
the country disapproval of the indiscreet talk of Senator Carmack came to me. I con- PdenAa tAN p and the farmer alone would have to ket at once. Many of them are said This order
fess that I was a little surprised at h PENSACOLIANS n- pay just that much more for his bag- to have been already spoken for by week for eig
Our civilisatiokm is going from bad their ruler he does wellU to eed te the incident, .but he said: 'Bob, I want n. The farmer wuld get more for families. The site was selected for T n
to worse every day In the year be. soGd and ae m s more p modest to be your friend. I want to clean b y a very restricted par t of his crop. but its superior hing and hunting oppor- he sa
8a4e that chance is now denied tone. the slate and let all the by-gones 1e It Was Unintended. he would pay more for the goods now tunities and it goes without syig that .Clark of Circ
,by-gones.' I looked him straight in The Pensacola Journal of last Thars- manufactured from this restricted por- it is good farming land. This is the FlorMa
Richard Coker las arrived in New The New York World gives the fig- the eye and said: 'Ned. that's'me." day credited to the DeLand News one tion and more for the baling of his kind of immigration Florida want to By C. .
Fork, says he is out of politics for- rers i p eoance ard says that the con- We shook hands, and from that day of the Advertiser's paragraphs relative entire crop. He would thus levy a see. that from other sections of te N-ov. 2, 190
Sand tat he uwill send tributions to the late democratic na- until the day of his death, Carmack to an extra session of the legislature, heavy tax upon himself. United States.-Jack.onville Time- e
day t e wi ped x t y i ds bwas as firm a friend as I had in Tea- However, we have no kick to make "The sound and proper course is to Union. T the t
Iths in this cov try, mostly la 80l- tonal cwplign were m620,000, con- nessee. That is just a little sideligt Brother Mayes-jusct charged it up to use the cheapest stuff available for ---l an, va
foralh and Florida. The first half of trtiMbed by 75,000 people in sums of on his character that I think will be the poor printer, who always gets baling purposes and to make this still Where We are Being Injured. Divorce.
isie tatemeat Is excellent and the 25 eats to $10,000. The contribu- well for the people to know." what's coming to him in the "cuss- cheaper by removing artificial restric- nWest Florida has an snenvtable on t ra'
wisdom of his second half l tions to the republican national m ing" lTne P anyway.-Holmes County tions An artircia. demand or a reputation all over tae state as the quired to ap
only qual- It is a matter of minor importance Advertiserf commodity is productive of no perma- only section where travelers by rail him herein.
Ivr by his error in Judgment in not Pail were largely .in excess of a just now under the pressure of mate- -- neat good, and especially not. when are compelled- to "cough up" fouT ThtI otler
king to spend the etire six mlin oars and were contributed a considerations but it i worth PPrfitable to Pensacola. the burden of sustaining such demand cents per mile for transportation. The t fa l
nths in this state Wh ant t l by 1ion,000 p people. These $2g0res indi- .eut .se, i Municipal ownership of the water- falls entirely upon the consumer of people of South slorida do not fail, lbshed in said
>tf nd tFsl strid. Whe a y I a bbte clearly which op the two in oat noting that Florida has never adopted works is proving profitable in Pensa- the com sodity projected." either, to acquaint tourists with this T e
I good taste shexld want to pend e nt s e to w 0 the cotro g et a state flower. And yet this is the cola. the net revenues for the p"ut fact. It helb (?) wonderally the Cle k ofCird
s of his seond half oy Da-ie staAd vistste t. m.


u oIl uis six monuutas writer layoff
outside. of Florida when he can put
in the whole of it on the inside is hard
to understand.

Shall We Have
a Pardon Attoincy.
The recent strong &rtiele in The
S Journal by Daniel A. Simmons, prT-
vste secretary to Governor Broward.
en the subject of the Pardoning Board
of Florida and the difficulties which
confronted it in discharging its ardual
eas duties, has attracted wide atten-
tion throughout the state.
The Pardoning Board has had
critics without number who criticized
in honest indignation -because so many
criminals were turned loose even
while crime was at its flood tide wTth
no prospect of an ebb. But when 'Mr.
6lmmons, thoroughly familiar with all
the difficulties which confronted the
Board, presented The plain facts In the
case there was a pause among the
eritles and not one of them has at-
tempted to answer his clear-cut-argu-
=ento on the subject.
His article has done good and his
*uggestlon that a pardon attorney be
appolated to represent the state in
each application for pardon is so oh-
vieoaly sound that no one has ques-
tiloed Its value. This attorney is to
be charged with the duty of thorough.
ly and Impartially examining the
merits of each case; ample tiUm aMd
facilities are granted him for that pur-
poee-eomething the Board of Par-
doas never has now-and when the
came is called to be acted on the in-
terests of the state will be fully rep-
Iamested and protected, and ail the


The trusts and their allies of course
.put up for the republicans-nobody
doubts that-and it is, equally certain
that the money for the other side
came in almost pathetically small
sums from the victims of the trusts
and their allies. Figures, mere fig-
ures, in the prosaic affars of life,
were never so eloquent before.

A New York dispatch in The Journal
of Sunday gave the interesting
news that Andrew Carnegie had mod-
estly confessed that he was toiling
over a magazine article soon to ap-
pear which was designed to prove that
the tariff on steel ought to be re-
moved. In the interest of orthodox
democracy and seeing that we have
no steel works in Florida to be pro-
tected we are ieUlied to agree with
Andrew, but as he made his own pile
out of that same protection on steel
it seems like base ingratitude on 'his
part to take such a position.
Henry D. Clayton. of Alabama, is
among the early entries of Southern
men for the next democratic nomina-
tion for president. Mr. Clayton made
a Mie presiding ofcer over the big
convention at Denver and is good
enough for the presidency from every
point of view. But the Southern op-
portuists who are getting lnto th*
near-republican class must recollect
that Mr. Clayton stands for all the
Bryan pocie--and he is a very on-
stinate man In his convictions.
"The tariff is a local issue," said
General Hancock in is soldierly fidel-
ity to facts as le saw them with his
naked eyes. All right; let us treat it


Land of Flowers. A correspondent of
the Estero Eagle recommends the Al-
lamanda and says:
it is the glorious five-pointed star
blossom-the Allamanda-which looks
like golden sunshine made alive and
shaped to "a thing of beauty." which
is literally "a joy forever," because it
blooms perennially. The name itself
means 'Allah's Mandate," God's word
-"Let there be Light"-and its light
never fails.
If this description is strictly reliable,
even half as reliable as it is beautiful.
we hereby vote tentatively for Alla-
manda. But "is It a typical Florida
flower? Does it stand for us and our
incomparable flora and other heredita-
ments and appurtenances .pertinent to
the issue, including the plain and un-
assuming cracker who believes In the
Bible and votes the democratic ticket.
as the gorgeous sunflower does for
.broad and breezy blowhard Kansas,
with its wealth of sunshine, cyclones
and cranks. hig corn crops and bump-
tious statesmen? We mu-st have a
representative flower-not an excep-
tional one.



Certain

good results
from the use of


Grape-Nuts
accumulate like aow on the ban
the by rolls down hilL
"There's a Reason."


quarter 'having amounted to $6.500.
About $3,000 was expended during
that period for improvements on the
plant, and it is expected that the next
quarter will show much larger net
earnings than the first quarter of mu-
nicipal oper;tlon.-Gainesville Sun.
--
Where They Reciprocate.
"I place my faith." =aid the orator.
"In the wisdom of the common peo-
ple." "In the hope, of course," add-
ed his campaign association, "that
the common people will appreciate.
'the compliment and reciprocate."-
Washington Star.
Mr. Tell-It-My wife says her shop-
ping at the bargain sale today re-
minded her of the last ballet she lad
seen. Mr. Hear-It-How was that?
Mr. Tell-It-Well, because almost ev-
erything was 50 per cent off.-Pnnch.


I NEWS AND VIEWS
BY STATE PRESS


Worth 00 Per Acre.
Some weeks ago we made mention
of Mr. Jone's chufa crop waich
yielded at the rate of $500 per acre,*
and the people who always knock,
said, "yes, but a few acres like that
would food the market." Now .ere
is a crop which equals it and where
tne marketing possibility are practi-
cally unlimited. From a single row
100 feet long taken from hbi field of
Japanese cane, Mr. L. P. Biddle
made ten gallons of syrup, good syrup
it was too, for we tried a quart of it,
waich came with his compliments.
An acre of such cane, planted in rows


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TrATl ARSHAL'SSA ALE.
Mistrict of Florida. By virtue
of sale issued out of the
a District Court for the Nor-
ct of Florida, on the fourth
nhber. 19M. note is hereby
will sell by public auction.
Saturday. the twenty-elrhth
mber, 1908, at 12 o'clock, m..
, Ecambl County, Florida.
the United States Potoflice.
s ebooner, Freddie W. Alton.
bollers, machinery, boats.
el, appurtenmanc and furni-
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United States Marsial.
NOTICE.
ter this date, I hereby a.
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Fair, Defendsuft-Divorce.
, the first day of February,
endant. Angella Fair, Is re-
pear to the bill led here
to be published once each
ht (8) consecutive weeks in
a Journal, a newspaper pub-
d County of secambla.
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ult Court, EscamMa County,
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t Court of KIeambla CeoIty.
lorida-Anna Klausen, Com-
. John Klausen. Defendant-'
. the first day of February,
'ndant, John Klausen. is re-
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to be published once each
it (1) consecutive weeks, in
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Escambia County.
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Department of the Interior. U. S. Land
Office at Gainesville, Fla., Nov. 21. 196M.
Notice is hereby given that Richard L.
Bratcher. of Bluff springs. norda. who,
on December 4. 190. made Homestead
Entry No. 33283. (Serial Nnumbern 1.4"),
for NWA qf SWU of Lot 9. Section -1.
Township 5 North. Range 31 West Talla-
hassee Meridian. has filed notice of In-
tention to make final flve yer proef, to
establish claim to the land above de-
scribed, before the Clerk of the Circeu!
Court. at Pensacola. Florida. on the 5th
day of January. 1909. Claimant na as
witnesses: M. 0. EBaggett, of McDalvid.
3lorida; J. L. Bryars, of Bluf 8pr Iu
Florida; W. A. Jones, of Bluff
Fla: J. B. Toomer. of uff
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TUWDAY.
STueaday siMg ele; be-s, Mss Faaale C(ldwell, West Gads- *
SmI street, 3:30 p. m. ,
STuesday uchre daub; bepiq Mrs. Dr. Hibaien, 28 West Geds-
*4M street, 3:30
0gl d .4 MauCBm club; wtess, Mrs. Vels On West Chae
nbmwat 3:1 p.
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S- L t HID, ash.m IhastU.P Mr. E N. Day*I Umtreet,2:30:
Thak~lsvinv taln of f"e Club at K.C e C. haU, 8 P. mL
WEMau AY. 4.
S MA-t% weddla at a West lammatemcII stNet, 81 e L
SResptim aimr ememmay at 3m W. letemsad sktr .
S3IeU1Mw i wedding at 1 N. batelm s'net, 8:30 p. m.
S BoU l Curd Clb; hoste., Mrs. John Jacobeon, 12 N. Deviier *
*Atrwt, at :tolV m.
Pastiae 8i~club. beatoes, Mrs.W. .adrtem Z r.m.
Pirmer0 Schr as Preoimr cluai, 8 p. a.
New Ctty Itfte Club, com rlmtary to Mrs. J. C. Pebley; host- *
es, Mrs. F. M. WUllX, eaner lth avenue sad 4th street, 3:30 *
p. U.
TMUUOmAY.
FsamtegMA. *

Idle Aternoom Rception at First Presbyterian Church parlors. *
S nTesday Afternooe Club; hote, Mrs. M. D. Merritt, P mana *
*stret, 3:30 p m.
0 SATURDAY.
Meeting bf Thau y Morning Bridge dub; hosters, Miss Hilda *
SBlmt, Baymre, at 11 a. m.
t Meet of BIewart club;- haotess, Ms. Jam Beard, Bay ore, *
S orru-acbdMl wedding, 219/N. CevallUo street, anoeo
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'L O O O OO4


DRINK TO HER.
Pr ti her, who l ong
wb dotthe pe te's igih,
S Ghie t w 'gave, to s
Wlhmt Od aouml never buy,
O! WiaWt's iomt w as sa
r aiastrel hands alone;
o other s aters payed
It yiels met hai the torn.
Te there's to her who lng
Hat waie the poet's sigh
* The gir w o ga to asa
What old could never buy.
At Beauty's door o glass
Where wealth and wit aoce stood
They ask'd her, 'Which might pasr=
Sue anwred, "He who e oud
With ge-Me key. Wesath thoeht
To es-tat twa ld oat do;
While Wit a diamond brought
Which cut his bright way through.
Be her's to her who long
Hath waked the poet's sigh,
the girt 4b gave to song
What gold could never buy.
The love that seeks a Lorue
Where wealth of r shines
Is like the gloomy ganse
That dwe. s lI dark gM mines;
But oh! the poet lovtre
Can boast a braghtr sphere;
Its xativy a-'b s above
The' tiare n keeps it here.
Then drish to her who lowr
'Hath wakeh tbe poet's sta
Whe girl who gave to seag
What Col can never y.
-Tlhowas Moorse.
REV. WHALEY AND FAMILY
TO LEAVE TODAY.
Rev. Dr. Whaey and family -will
leave for Charlestoa, S. C., today, a
large, anber of their Peasacosl
trleads having planned to see then oR
at the U and N. depot. The lest few
Ways of the residece of the family in
this city have been filled wth besuti-
ul marks of stoem ad respect, ten-
t by the nany friends of Mr. and
rs. Whaley. and when the much
loved rector of Christ curchb is finally
whirled ary from the scenes of the


Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
wtth LOCAL 'APPLCATTON as they
aue rsach the east of the ahmme. Ca-
trh is a Mo or e oituttual diemse,
o Irder to cure It you must take in-
aream&i. tBWs Catarrh Cure is
I irnyl and acts dkwtly an the
am a a s I ureices. Hairs Ca-
tarh Cure is not a quack mediete. It
was p re m4 ior ae ofn e tthbest physl-
ck Ineu ineft rjow for 706M a" a
It Iscomman- Itof
t5 ->T3r omb1_in with
S mueis w The s t easmn a-
ttaf eat thbe twoaiS wbat lNo-
*onew re tns I
Cstawb. tfr s bee.
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tlest lors of this mature ananhood,
there will be a general, regret felt
thLu-gt the etreles in which he
was as iaflaetial and valuable mem-
ber.
The worthy dcter will- take up a
rectorship in Charleston, his early
home, and the best wishes of the peo-
ple of nsamesl attend him in his
new surroutdis, which after all,
will necessarily be new, after an ab-
seae t m re tan 18 years, during
whiok time he has served the con-
gcegation at Christ church both ably.
sad welL
NOMAD HELD AN
INTERESTING MEETING.
The Nomads met yesterday after-
ema at the home of M as Hilda
Ilount, on the bay shore, "The Story
at AsyrTa" having been the topic of
the afternoon. Mrs. Mallory Kennedy
read a mst *mtt2l*ctry paper en-
titled, "Some Notable Cities", while
Mrs. R. M. Bushnell's interesting sub-
ject Sroed to be "Mihty Monarchs."
Miss Fan Wanrr spoke on "Semi-
ramls."
The ait ~eetiug of the club will
eecur on the 30t the subjt of AM
N r to be eiamed. MrsaF. Mel-
ea will read a amper entitled "The
Goldem Ag. of Assyria", "Iterarture
on Taet and Cylinder" to be in
charge of Mrs. C. F. Zeek. there
will be readings Of "SardaSapolis" by
Meedaas John B. Jones and R. A.
BDuPelL
MIS FANN CALDWELL
ENTERTAINS TODAY.
Mss Fannie Caldwell will entertain
the Tuesday Brdg Club this after-
moon at 3:30 *'lock at her home on
Gadsden s t a pleasant time being
Ln Ptrinp "t among m ue members of
the well known clb.
TUESDAY EUCHRE
CLUB TO MEW?.
One ft the itrettng affairs of the
day will be the meeting of the Tues-
day Euchre Club, wIch win meet at
3:30 o'clock at tae bome of Mrs. Dr.
wflggias at 28 West GOdden street.
The Twesday bchre is among the
best known of lhea clubs.
MRS. VOGES
TO "I HOSTESS.
Mrs. Voges will e hostess this af-
ternoon at her home on West Chase
street at the rmanr meeting of the
Married Ladies' aGehre Club. Some
extraordinarily attractive prices wUl
be awded the laeky wines.
EAST HILL EUCHRE
CLUL TODAY.
One of the popular East ill social
eganizatioms, the East Hill Euchre
Club will be entertined this after-
'neon by one f its bast known mem-
bern, Mrs. L N. Davis. The leur is
2:30 o'clock.
PROGRESS CLUB
TO GIVE BRILLIANT AFFAIR.
The Progress Club will give a
ThanMelvina bell this evening at the
K. of C. hall.
Ts event proises to be a most
notable one as particularly. clever
plMe have been mde as e entertain-
ment.
"SOCIETY-GAL FOUR
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT
ASSOCIATIOlN TO MEET.
An important meeting of the School
ImIrpvemnt association will be held
at School No. 1 on next Friday after-
oon. The meeting was postponed
rom lat Friday until this week and
a full attendance is desired, as busi-
nes of importance is to receive at-
tention.
MONDAY AFTERNOON
EUC.HRE CLUB MCKETL
The Monday Afternoon Eachre club
was pleasatly -nMtertained at the
home of Mrs. C. D Byers yesterday
afternoon, a ellUghtt event having
been reported by to ae i attendance.
Mrs. Bye a th=e ame prtie, Mrs. A.
A. Dooley being awarded the oeso'-
lation. Ms. N. S-dera qi t wae sue-
aesaful in seeurta tSeN\ loB hand,
while Mrs. Da Muhy carried off
the booby.
LASES LEAVE
ORt SAY MOOtL;E.
Miss MeSa L.adcmtrutl. who was
eh sen s Ipeser--by beal Camp Per-
ry of the Sons of Veisras, to repre-
sent the orgurfiJwi at the brUillant
events which are to take piae in Mo-
bile this week In homer of the reunion
of the Sega of Confederate Veterans,


-ri PZNrSACOLA TOUR '1N TUESDAY MORNING. NOVRMRER 24, 1906.


' LYDIA rm

.'PINKHAM "S

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No other medicine for Woman's
lls in the world has received such
wide-spead and unqalim d en-
dorsement as hba EI L ]Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from native roots and herbs.
No other amsminv. his such a
record of success for woman's dis-
n or such sheets of grateful
friends has Lydia k. Pnkham's
Vegetable ComW pnd
For more than S0years it has been
the standard remedy for feminine
ills, 1'....'.-utTlcer atiuo, and
conequent SpinalWeakness
It ha reliived more cases of Back-
ache and Local Werysaes than
any other one remedy. It dissolves
ad expels tumors in an early stage
of development.
Irregularities and periodic ins
Weakness of the Stomach, Ind
tion, Bloating Nervous Protmratwo
Headache, General Debiit, quickly
yield to it; also derana organs,
casing paIm dragging sensations
and backache Under al circum-
stances it actsin harmony with the
female system.
It removes that wearing feeling
extreme lassitude,t don't L and
"want-to-be-left-alone" feeling,
exitability rriability,ervouae,
dizziness, ."aates see e
natulencyooart=e"blies."
These are indications of Feminine
disorders, which this medicine over-
come as well as hligbt derangeme*
of the Kidneys of ither s ex.
Women who are sick a"d want to
get well should refuse to aeeetany
substitute for Lydia E. Phrakm's
Vegetable Compound. ,.

left yesterday, accompanied by her
maid of honor, Miss Kate Caro, and
her chaperone, Mrs. Kate Couilson.
A large number of Peasacolians ae-
companied the interesting trio of at-
tractive Pensacola ladles, who will be
accorded every attention pon their
arrival in Mobile. Many pretty so-
cial affairs will occur, in which Miss
Lindenstruth and her companion will
figure prominently.
The choice of this popular lady 'was
a most happy one on the part of
Camp Perry, for Miss Meta Is as po-
ular as she Is winsome ,and well.
known throughout her native city.
DR. WHALEY CONDUCTED
FAREWELL SERVICE.
A large number were in attendance
on Sunday at Christ church, when
Rev. Dr. Whaley gave his last charge
to his people, in a most beautiful and
impressive sermon. At times Dr.
Whaley, who was speaking to a con--
gregatlon to whom he had admints-


tered for many ye-sisaispe with diffi-
culty, and there were many hearts
filled with regrqt at the thought of
the departure of one w-o had shared
the joys and sorrows of the Episcopal
people of Pensacola through years of
pleasure and vicissitudes.
Many members of the congregation
who are unable to attend the family
to the train today, took advantage
of the opportunity after the services
on Sunday, when a general leave-tak-
ing took place.


WILL NOT
BE POSTPONED.
Contrary to an erroneous report,
the meeting of the Pastime Euchre
club will not be postponed until af-
ter Thanksgiving, but will meet as
planned at the home of Mrs. Walter
Lindstrpm on Government street on
Wednesday night at S o'clock.
A WEEK OF PRAYER.
A week of prayer is being observed
by the Womans' Foreign Missionary
society of the Gadsden street Metho-
dist church. Meetings are held each
afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. E.
Nobles on Ninth avenue at 3 o'clock.
All ladies interested are cordially in-
vited to be present.
MR. AND MRS WHITE RETURN.
| Mr. and Mrs. Marko White returned
last night from a pleasant bridal trip
of ten days, during which time they
I'visited New Orleans and other points
Sof interest. They will be at home to
their friends at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry HorsIer at 122 West
Chase streett.
BEGINNING OF ADVENT.
Local Catholic and Episcopal
churches entered into one of the most
impressive church seasons of the year
on Sunday, that of the advent, or that
time when all is expectancy for the
coming of the Christmastide and the
birth of the Christ Child. Purple is
the color of the advent season and
special services occurred at the va-
rious local churches on Sunday appro-
priate to the day.^
CLEVER YOUNG
PEOPLE ARE PRAISED.
Since the pretty play, "School Days"
delighted a large audience of intelli-
gent Pensacola people on last Friday
night, when the little people danced
and sang to melodies which were
sparkling with fun and frolic and
flashing rhyme, all due credit has
been given to two young people, who,
with their native ability, and through
the mere strength and energy of their
determination, were largely instru-
mental in bringingvabout the marvel-
ous success which was witnessed on
Friday night.
These clever young people are Miss
Emilia Schulmana and Mr. Sydney
Levy.
Miss Schulmann, the dainty little
lady who has shown pr.gre;s and
ability ever since she became identi-
fled with the Pensacola schools, is
secretary of the School Improvement
association and a prime factor in the
Junior Gardeners, first conceived the
plan of giving a children's entertain-
meat, the proceeds of which were to
be 'used to defray expenses attendant
upon the improvement of the grounds
surrounding School No. 1. Miss Schul-
mann, being an extraordinary young
woman, whose sparkle and vivacity
makes her a charing central figure
in all she underta's, forthwith be-
gan planning an extraordifary play,
which, in turn, was to flash and spar-
kle as a true gem of local endeavor
before a critical public. She used her
own personal influence in many ways,
according to indications. and succeed-
ed ivrr securing the very best of aid
to be afforded in the way of further-
ing her plans on the subject. As one
of the most progressive teachers in
the local schools, she found little dif-
ficulty in placing her meritorious plan
before the right people, with the grati-
fying results of Friday night.
And the play did wonderful credit
to the clever pen of Mr. Sydney Levy.
While he has done brilliant work in


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GO*X or MLACK CLOTH.
A smart froc tar afternoon wear Is ohwn in, tMa OL of black sattn-
finish cloth, CLe gown being ma S f ri e style The bodice was oa
tucked black chteon ver wite, ts a-mseves beig of ite same, and
on either aide of the bodies t t wearomes of Uamrik lace. fbed with
black silk ftri~ e. The siWsllrw e ybe w of white tucked tauBe Te
skirt in the model was cut a the elrcilar order swas iade with a train.


leaves and a quintet of miniature
diablias in rich contrasting tones will
be the most popular.
Persian effects are still good and
are conspicuous among the best mem-
bers of trimming collections. One of
the most charming class of- trimmings

SA Mtatm Io Worth Whie.
Chmhrblam' Coan BRemedy hmases an
the ir for omeefr O id e i auory.
Start fmrn a IMil be innig i h grown
in fevor a paonlarty u ts the d- or
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Women. king this week A w re
at the special ThakIgi6A4 fwil
Sale price $1.S. Watson, keep sed
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have been renjaeww y a se*L - *'._
rotary Nebery at the .v. sad te *
imorry willto bek hr b Me goerr
meat in the Brli syv y! si W&
Mr. Newhesrs W isto sP evws the A VA
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growithg-that's malnutrition
or non-digestion of food.


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has helped countless thous-
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both nourishment and
medicine-a most powerful
aid to digestion.
A small dose three times a
day will work wonders,
but be sure to get Scott's.

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the past. none touched th hearts of
Peisacola people to any greater ex-
tent than the strictly local play which
he wrote for local children, abound-
ing in an atmosphere of fun that was
real fun-school fun-and delicious
indeed. "When the Buga!)oo Comes
Around" is one of the best character
songs which has ever been sceh on a
Pensacola stage, and compares more
than favorably with anything of the
brilliant George M. Cdhan. Indeed,
the work of Cohan and Levy is simi-
lar in many respects, and particularly
in the manner in which it takes hold
of an audience, in a pleasant and
thrilling manner which is delightful
indeed.
Mr. Levy is a Pensacolian of whom
Pensacola should well be proud. That
he is an artist was evident to those
who heard "School Days," and that
he is not afflicted with an overly in-
grov.:ng artistic temperament is also
plainly evident from the fact of his
using valuable time and his best en-
erglV in producing a play and more-
over, staging it, purely for local im-
provement purposes.

PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. W. C. Bicker and wife, accom-
panied by Miss Stella Bicker, arrived
yesterday on the launch Bells from
Harris, Fla., and will spend several
days in the city visiting friends and
relatives.
Born-to Mr. and Mrs. M. R. King,
of 403 North Hayne street, a son.
Rev. J. S. Sibley will conduct ser-
vices this evening at the navy yard,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. I. Scheller and family, from
Hobart, Ind., have arrived to spend
the winter in Pensacola.
Miss W. A. Stewart. of Cobb. Fla.,
is the guest of friend. this week.
Miss Bessie Jodnson, the Brent
young lady whose foot was amputat-
ed by a passenger train a few weeks
ago, will soon be able to be out.
Mr. J. C. Morse, of Greencastle, Ind.,
has arrived in the city for the season.
Mr. G. Staton arrived from Ponce
de Leon yesterday.
FASHION'S LATEST MANDATES
Mousseline de sole is used for mak-
ing small ruffles to be used upon panel
effects, yokes and sleeves.
Chiffon yokes and sleeves may be
used with silk dresses for evening
'wear. The material should be finish-
ed with straight or ruffled tucks.
Motor coats are becoming a neces-
sity to many women. and are now
being made in natural musquash, nu-
tria. Which is so much like beaver,
squirrel, astrakhan and other furs.
These motor coats have .both beauty
and utility to commend them.
There is i color of the moment in
Paris known as bois. Almost every
shade of beautiful fawn that can in
any way recall the faded tints of au-
tumn foliage is called boi, from the
palest yellow with a mingliga of
brown in it to the deepest and rich
red of the blazing leaf, to which the
title bois de rose is given.
A new hat for the winter is made
of durable corded silk. which is- less
perityible than satin. It can be found
in any color, 'with velvet toned fac-
ing and a chou arranged with aigrette
trimming. It lends itself to more pur-
poses than a dress hat, because its
quiet simplicity makes it suitable for
the street wardrobe.
let and fancy ruchitg combine nice-
ly in the large Jabots used for war
with the open front directoire coat.
Russi&a violets imbedded in velvet


is the one in which fine hadwork
plays a large part. In these trim-
mirga fine silk braids of exquisite TO (AM h in o '
weave furnish outlines and the beads, To cim the skIl yO
a solid filling for the centers of mo-
tives and for borders. The love t must use soap; pure
greens, blues, rose colors, etc., are
worked out in these braids and beads. soap; Ivory soap.
The solid beadwork of today is not
embroidered on a background like In-
dian work, but is made in woven and Never mind if it does
strung patterns, the result of lighter co fe ent a
effects. cost only a few centz a
A fashionable kind of bluelsh pur- cake. It isini
pie with a dash of gray in its compo- aC. Iinfi itely
sition, is for some unexplained reason
known as midnight purple. purer than most soaps
One of the peculiar trimmings of that sell for five times
the season is a thick row of satin ap-
ples placed around the crown oa a
large drooping brimmed hat. The its price.
style on which this trimming was
used was one similar to a Gains& Th--e is no "free" alkali Ia
borough. Ivory Soap. That is why it
For the middle-aged matrou was will not injure the finest fbri
shown a coat of dark gray with folds
of emerald green and green fringe, or the mos delicate skin.
The green was softened with a touch
of silver-white frost work that
brought the trimming into better har- IVOry oap
aony Iwith the coat material. It was
further trimmed with small black but- 994 -oo Per Cent. Pur
tons. .
A jumper dress of pale blue cloth ,
was trimmed down the sleeves from
elbow to wrist and around the yoke the entire matter relating to construe
with large bl;ck velvet buttons. The lion of the machinery. The hoard
front of the short bodice showed held that congress intended to have
frot of the short bode showed all the work connected with thhea qtort-
black embroidery. It was worn with all the work connected with the orl
a narrow black belt and short white la th could e erred at
yoke and collar. The hat was black. Nw York navy yard done tiere.
_Mr. Newberry has alio invited ten-
kn apricot chiffon broadcloth had ders from both the Curtis and the
the front of the waist cut in Venetian Parsons turbine companies of the
cut,,work to better display the apricot -hop rights of these companies in or-
satin lining. Over the yoke outlines der that the necessary turbines may
was a splendid pattern of apricot ap- 'e built at the navy yard. This ac-
plique, showing semi-precious stones tion will cauhe an expenditure on ac-
of amethyst and emeralds. The small count of the machinery of the lorida
round yoke and sleeves were of white of about $1,000,000 at the New York
chiffon, but the collar was headed withnayya
an apricot band of velvet, studded with A Paying investment.
emerald jewels. The hat was of apri- Mr. John White. of 38 Highlandl
cot velour, banded with white velvet Ave., Houlton, Maine. says: "Have:
and an immense white gourah and been troubled with a cough every win-
emerald buckle. ter and spring. Last winter. I tried
many advertised remedies, but the'
Some of the long "Napoleon" coats cough continued until I bought a 60c.
have their reverse faced with striped bottle of Dr. King's New Disoovery;
silk. This is repeated in the tiny before that was half gone. the oough!
vest that just peeps out at the short was all gone. This winter the same
waistline. happy result has followed; a few*
S in- does once more banished the sanal
For the invalid who gets "so tred" cough. I am now convinced that Dr..
of little bed wraps thJat mue a d King's New Discovery is the best of
crumple, there is something that looks all cough and lung remedies." Sold-
like a magnified baby's sck. It is under guarantee at all druggists. 5'
crocheted or knitted of soft white and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
wool, brightened by a dash of pink or
blue, and is both comfortable nd The Imperial Cigar Stores
dainty.
are now receiving large ship.
New ruffs on the Pierrot order are e rC r f H
bewitching. One has shaped folds of mentS Of Cigars from Ha-
satin for foundation, while *tVng vana, Tampa and Key West,
up high at the back only is a net quill- for the holiday trade. a*m
ing of a harmonizing shade.The fin the hoday trade. Sa
ish. which gives piquancy to the whole are being stored in their
collar, is a .big coquettish ow at the hu idors,which keep the Ci-
side.
Among the new ontrtrances in- gars in perfect condition
vented with a view of saving time Come around.
and trouble for the housewife is a
little affair for use In making nmyon- Where is the Man?
naise dressing. It is simply a tiny
faucet which may be fitted on any
bowl. It can be adjusted so as to drop
the oil in just the required quaatities,
and makes a superior mayonnaise in
far less time a"- is immeasely more B
convenient than the old metshidN
-MEALS FOR A DAY.
Tuesday, November 24.
BREAKFAST. UNDER REST
Oranges.
Oat Meal With Cream.
Broiled Bacon. Seransmed ,gg.
German Pried Potatoes. Man Alleged to Have Struck
Hot Gems. Honey.
Coffee. Robt. Fleming is Now
LUNCHEON.
Creamed Beef. in Jail.
Steamed Potatoes.
Sliced Tomatoes with Dressing.
Salmon aPrnes hes. Harry Allen, white, charged w
Cake assaulting Robert Fleming, anL
sDINNL white man, witi a piece of wood, whI.,
T alla. the latter was seated before a fire
a od T Bolwn hP. home at the corner of CoylRe ao
BrasEdBee with owned Potas. Gegory streets, ahout 8 o'clock -l.'-,
canded a. Nsew Pea day night, was arrested at 3 o'de ie
oomud inagi ld unday morning by Deputy Marn
Cottage Puddlg with Hu saee. Chan. Johnson and Jack Nichola at
NeuchateiSel (,. house on West Zarragoesa street, e-
Msts. ose. tween Baylen and Barcelona. He was
SAY *LUL M-OM locked up in the county Jail
an you go to a groer or drug- .....
gist, and t the 'ser best leo,
and vanilla he has. esy lue .i bbo"



The ladies of the First Methodist
church will give a musieale at the V
residence of Mrs. Angus McMilian. 123 [
E. Gregory street, TVday niht at S
o'clock. Bef mets will be served.

Where is the Man?

An elegant line of $2.10,


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0 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1908.





- :-ULT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY":SF


What You Want Someone Else May Have. JA .1 ADVERTISE IT *s Si What You Have Someone Else Ms
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WANT ADS
RESULTS


iy Want.


st-


met for your Idle

Cash.


A few months ago we began building
ten houses in the. West End, to sell on
the rent-paying plan. They will be fin-
ished this week. Every" one has been
sold. Since these houses were begun.
property in that section has advanced.
but we d(lid not advance our price. Some
of tlis.-e wwho purchased have been of-
fered a profit on their investment.
Watch \West :no property: it is rapidly
coming to the front., incwasing in value
every (lay.
The ,-,tuntry ihas been through a most
depressing period during the past year.
Stocks and b.isiness generally nas Ibeen
affected, but r.al estate in Pensacola has
not depreciated one cent. Our belief is
that with lite coming year. when the
street paving is begun and other im-
provemrnts under way. you will s(:, values
going up in all parts of the city, andi
those who are fortunate enough to owni
property will make money. Get in on the
ground floor-buy now.
If you want to buy or sell In any
part of the City. call or write us.


in Pnsacola
HOMES! For a small payment down and the balance L. S. BROWN 6 CO
like rent. I AU .,AINSURANCE.


WANTED.,
WANTED--Position as housekeeper, hy a
' W i'wtth references, with good people.
AAiress H. M. B., Care Journal.
22novlw*
,A2NTED--Position by experienced ste-
. nographer. Good references. Box M.
641. Jacksonville, Fla. 22nuvlt*
6.
WANTD --Fashionable dressmaking.
* Sttafactlon guaranteed. Prices reason-
g la. 319 E. Government St. 22novlm*
WtANTED-To supply you with fresa
Turkeys. Chickens and Eggs for
Tlankgiving. F. B. Watson, phone 63Z5.
21novlw*
*ANTED--People to know that the
Solomon Furniture Co.. sells comforts,
blankets and bed spreads on easy pay-
rnents. I nov m
WANTED-To Iorrow $2non" on real estate
apcurity worth $wOM. Address P. O.
Box "U." Penisaeoila, Fla. 15novtf
BOOKKEEP1ER with ten years experience
wants position. BqC 131, Graceville.
Fla. lnov2w*
WANTE1--Buyers for 10,000 tons of coal.
Stratton lhe Works. novl4tf
WE WANT to make your stencils and
keys, and do any kind of electrical or
m schanieal repairing. Barrac. & Thomp-.
09n. 10 E. Garden St. Phone 19. 20sept
,WANTED-Kodak developing and print-
Ing at Johnson's Book Store. 10novlhi*
POSITION as manager of naval stores
plant. Twenty years experience; best
of references. Address 1). B. Page. Flor-
ala. Ala. 5novlm*
rtHE EAST HILL BARBER SHOP. Corl.
9th avenue and Wrlghit str.et. solicits
Tour patronage. Children especially in-
Vted. Good care taken. Chas. Licata.
proprietor. nov1m
WANTED-Everybody to know that we
are running on full time and turning out
rStt-class material for building, promptly.
our business ollcited. Saunders Mill
Oak. 29 E. Garden St. novltf
1WAN'Wr----To give yotr a chance at the
great bargain in clothing and general
inerxhandive now being given in 9u
losing out sale. F_ Greenblatt, 19
Aatundenela street. 3loctim
WANTED--Old hats to remodel and new
onew to make to order. Dressmaking
and croehette.d n..\v ties. Mrs. Evelyn
Schwartx. 815 last LoRua SL 30octlm*
STANTED-AlI kinds of second-hand
.Sacks. Bring them to us; ship them to
s. Telepliope us: write to us. Corner
arden and Alvini streets. Telephone
,34. F. S. Mellen & Co. faept
WANTED-Your orders for fresh meat
and vegetables. Delivered any part of
city. Busey's Meat Market, 1007 East
Strong. Phone 1158. llsept
(WANTED-our shoes to repair while
yeO walt. Half soled in 15 minutes.
Sam Charles, 511 South Paiafox street.
Phases 514 and 1042. i1mr
WANTED-A. R. Blngham wants yeaur
moving and hauling. He guarantees all
breakage. Furniture packed ftr aSip.


HOTELS.
CRABTREE HOUSE--Newly furnished
rooms with board. Strictly first--lass.
Rates .35.00. Special In:-al tickets. -, for
$1.00. 44oo N. Hlayne street. 24novlw*
BRIGGS' H l'SE -104 E. Wright street.
near Union Deplt. Nic. clean -oornm.
Rates: Transients. W0e per day. Regular
-oons $1.50 per week and upward
!:m!nvl m*
'WINTER RESORT-The "Old Mill" Inn.
on bay short. 10 minutes ride from citv
on electric car line. will be open for the
witer Oct. 1. All modern conveniences.
Address Miss Lilie Taylor. "Old Mill"
nA Pensacola. Fla. Phone 388. 2sept
ZdST-A good opportunity to rent or ex-
ehange or sell what you have. unless
Vop aUdvertise it in The Journal's want
VBRYT HOTEL in W-est Florida and
1ifth Alabama should carry a small ad
lIT this column. The cost is only $1.65
per Imeth for four lines or less.



Wi.r FLORIDA
^ NWANTAD&S |


APALACHICOLA.
,-


FULLER HOTEL. Apalachicola. Oldest
established hotel in city: free baths,
best service. Rates $1.50 and $2 00. Spec-
Wal rates by week. S. Jenkins, Prop. 15j


Agents Thiesen Building. "We Sell Lots."


FOR SALE.
FOR SALE OR RENT-My home fur-
nished or unfurnished, consisting of
block 210. New City Tract, Cor. 16th St.
and 14th avenue. (No. 1400 Lakeview
Ave.). or will sell all or the west half o0
the block. Terms easy. Apply Mrs. J.
C. Pebley, on premises. novTt,
FOR SALE-Two-gallon cow for sale. Ap-
ply 221 W. Jackson. 24novlw


al A North Hill Home.
All modern. S rooms, two baths. large
lt. half hlock of .-ar line. c-lose to Lee
ISquare. and Publi Price $8000


Some Others.
$2.500--Bayviore home. at Fisherville. 125
feet front. good house.
3.500--9 rooms, all modern, East Gads-
den.
$2,100--l":ast Jackson, 4 rooms, all mod-
ern.

Leslie E. Brooks Co.


REAL


(Incorporated.)
ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
43 South Palafox Street.


For Rent

$25 a month for 2-story,
8-room and hall house with
all modern improvements, on
Bay Shore, at White's Sta-
tion on Electric Car Line.
The Fisher Real Estate
Agency.


FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-LIarge hall and upstairs two
rooms, -ne furnished. one partly" fur-
nished, with bath. 113 E. Intezieli tn*ia.
21tn,, IvW*
FOR RENT-Five-room cottage, bath and
gas. '216 West Chase St. Apply 220 W.
Chase. 24nov
FOR RENT-New store and flat. with
all modern conveniences, at 108 East
Intendencia. Apply 307 W. Chase St.
21non


$100.00
Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Residence Section
of East Hill, block from
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, hot and cold water,
sanitary connections, 9-
foot front and side gal-
lery. South front. Large
lot. The balance like
rent. Don't slave for


your


landlord.


5 lots on 16th ave-
nue car line, the.
cheapest property
in this section $1100

Jn0. W .Bullock, Jr,
PHONE 608
Rooms 304-306 Thiesen Building



HELP WANTED.
WANTE;I-Two goo d canvass.ers. Ad-
dress "999." Care Jou.-nal. 2'lnov::t*
\VANTEI)-Men to learn barber trade.
Few weeks completes. fil chairs con-
stant lv busy. careful instructors; toils
given; diplomas granted; wages Satar-
days: positions waiting: wonderfitl de-
nm.and fr graduates. \V:-ite fr -atanlogue.
Moler Barber C'ollege, New Orleans. la.
22nov3"


WANTE)D-. x., re'iable woman with
references., for chamber maid. Apply
108 East Romana St. ].nov
WANTFID-Carriers wanted at The Jour-
nal office. Apply Circulation Dept.
WANTED-Railway mail (cl-rks: customs


-NE


I~kATkT AXI'r Tr=rV t SPORTSMEN take notice-For sale. FOR REoNT-Six-room cottage. East eniployees, clerks at \'.hingt-n. Com-cash, balance to suit pur
BOARD AND ROOMS. double-barrel shotgun, 12 gage. Best Gadsden street. lo. in. $17 per month menenent aar $800.00 No yo. Payable $1500.00 cash, balance to suit purchaser; discount for all ash.
shooting gun in city. Can be seen at Apply B. F. Wolfe, ,are Citizen National fre 'rite Immediately. Franklin In- To buy or sell timber lands, city property or real estate of any decrip-
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished King & Runyan's. South Palafox. 24aov2t* Bank. I 19nov ,stitute. 25. Roenester. N. Y. Snov-m tion. Call on us. "We et Results."
posure. honeo andbath, to desirable IM party rth Hill. Private tfamUy. Ad- nived a big supply of Turkeys. Geese, No better location in the city. This nPsa now about the reat Kupfrian Park lots Is a choice home Investment.
drss aBex V4- A5 Ducks. Chickens. Pineapples, Oranges, store is the last chance in this block. Fine closing Penoutsaola t w ar bot tha hgrat
Bex gTangerines, Grapefruit and Eggs for location for a good meat market., mer- coin ot al eha in cloth-
Thanksgiving. Phone 613. 120 W. Inten- chant-tailhr, millinery or any other bust-na eal19 r ,-had-.. Grn
FRONT ROOM for rent. furnished, gas, denc.ia. 22nov ness not at present located on property blatt. 1319 E. Intende-n--iCa t. C:locat
bath and phone. Apply 222 N. Aleaniz. For particulars apply Briggs' House, 104 -O W E N -
24novlw* SEWING MACHINES. East Wright St., or Hooton & Watson. canva-s for tlsefladies ehold arlemen,
13nov2w* canvas for f oneh Art,,les. REALtESTATE
ROOMS FOR RENT with board. Use of THE BEStT valu.ts in Sewing Machines Quick sellers. God noney. Apply 31REALESTATE
bath and phone. Terms reasonable. can )he obtained at Singer storc. Ma- FOR RENT- E. Government St.
Phone 1457, or apply 116 East Ronana chines sold for cash or on easy terms. A warehouse with private sidetrack. .-arriers want t The -. P n 97
street.. linovlm LAok for the Red S.. Singer Sewing Ma- Stores East Garden st.. near Palafox, 2\2TEI-Carrrs want t e ,4-226 Brent Building. Phon 99.
chine Co.. 32 South Palafox St. 21nov~t $15 to $20 each. 1 e p Crlation pt.
ONE FURNISHED upstairs room. Bath l corner Zarragossa and DeVil- RFPIRESENTATIVESI no solicit. exclu-
and phone. Genteman only. Phont IFOR SAIdn-A nice eighteen-month-old liers. $50.00.t lrvl v or side line. the Saloon. Drug I
1140, 802 E. Jackson. wnovl' olt. saddle and bridle for $35. Well 317% South Palafox, upstairs, pool Din-pe y ar and lVot.ate LiSuor traeg
l'broken in for boy to ride or drive. Can room. $30.00.lispensaryand Wlt Liquor trade,
FIRST-CLASS BOARD. large comfortable be seen at West Florida Steam Bakery. Oadsr-.n a:e.l 6th avenue. $10) for a straight Kentucky WVhisky guaran-
roomS at FLASBOrville, on the beach. 6 20novlw 104-106 South Tarragonna St.. $20.00. teed underr ihe Pure Food Laws and MO E
rooms at e uit of 4 offices. nd oor Palafox St. aioptedh by the u.d. S. overnmcnt forlon-i MONEY TO LOAN. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC
minutes from town. Rooms for light FOR SALE-Good milch aow, $25.00. Jno entrance, $30.00. pital purposes. An easy seller. Write COMPANY.
housekeeping. Mrs. C. J. Allen, phone Hannah, Caryvville, Fla. 21novlwe Houses-- tiik for prices, territory, etc. Blox :.#4. WE have 100.00.90 In guaranteed, first OANY.
1683. 21novlw- 508 RW. Gregory, $22.50. Covington. Kentucky. 21octlm* class, 8 per cent mortgages on city real
FOX TE-RRIERS for sale, 210 East Inten- 119 S. Baylen, S estate in any amount from $100.00 up. Pensacola-Fort Barrancis Schedule.
THREE FURNISHED RO.OMS, suitable denia. Ed. M. Pooley, Phone 1121. Fishervlle, modern; 17.50. y T You have worked for your monYey, now let WINTER DAILY SCHEDLUE.
for light housekeeping. Modern im- 2Onovlw' 519 W. Gregory $22. MISCELLANEOUS. t work for you. The Fisher Real Estate ffectve Thursday, Octber 1, 10.
provernnts. Apply 810 E. Gadsden St. 1113 N. 9th avenue119.00. Agency, 206 So. Palafox Street- 1-Jun. .Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Barrancas.
Phone M8. nov21t FOR SALE-An excellent Franklin open 37 E. Romana. $2.5o00. GET a nice lamp with every pound of 5:30 a. m ................... n:0 m.
A pt-0VW N pi.$00 Are you getting 9 per cent. net for 6:00 a. m.................... 7:15 a. .n.
s tove. for coal. Price $8. Alply 301 W. 22_0 N. Spring. 00.00. O-ya-ma Tea all this week at h ,your money? If not, you don't get an 7:15 a. m.........8:00 a. na.
rooTW for rent. enFUemen onl. patair Chae. 1ov ear N. upfrans. $ Park1. lar lot. 10 Tea Store. Phone 40. 22n that is combiningg to you." We can place it :00 a. m.................... :45 a. m.
roos for rent. Gentlemen only. Bath Near Kupfrlans Park. large lot, 1. Ta Sr hone .youon first mortgages on Improvedctyl erop n9:45-a. m......................I:30 a. n.
and phone. Apply 911 East La Rua St. MODERN PRESSING ('LUB and ac- "121 North 6th avenue. .00 on first mortgages on improved city rop- :45.a.m. .............. 9:30 a. m.
21nov3t* counts. Also well-located boarding 1301 W. Intendeno 8.00.S OfNOTICE TO CREDITORS. erty. How muck does it pa you a .9:30 m. ........1015 a m.
house now full regular boarders. Apr.ly JON N. DAY. All Tci-rsons having clanis< against the,!doing nothing? Leslie 113 10:1 .. 11:0 a. m.
FOR RENT--Comfortable rooms and good 117 ast lntendencia St. 19novlw* 6 East Garden-St. lt,. fir of illiams & Pritett fir Palafox. 11:00 a.................. 11:45 a. m.
board. Homelike-place for young men. ornposed o.f B. '. Williams anI. H. E. 11:45 a. --.--- 12:30 p. m.
Permanent boarders wanted. 420 West FOR SAL'-ne general Jersey cow. FOR REKNT. Pritlci.t;t. her,.t,,f,fre doing lhisinrss at MONEY LOANED o n& kinds pat=- 12:30 p. m. ......... .........1:15 p. m.
Chase street, two doors from car line. Can be seen at 1000 N. Alcani St. Dwellings (North Hit.)- 'Ilarksville. in tCalhotn County. Florida. terms. Suburban lots sold on :15 p. m. ...................2: p. m.
Southern exposure. 20nov2w* nov 9tl 2-story dwelling. North Hill. 10 are hereby requested to present their n B. Gray O., W. eai 00 2:4 p ..3:30 ..........p. m.
R ro.ms ..... .........................$70.00 sai. .laims to me for payment, as re-.eiver mn :45 p. m................ o :1 p. m.
igaH OkOM 12 N. legi of FOR n\ie-Larote assortms, mror btabem s 2-stry dwelling., North Guillle- of the assets belonging to said firm. This MONY 3,OAND. on ro ett an 4:15.. 5:10 p. m.
light houseknp.ng. 102 N. Aleaniz St. furniture-t.Sounters. mirrors tables. mard. 12 roomt.m......A............. 5.00 7th day of November. A. to. l-t.-peronal property In the lty o0 p. St, only. 5:4p.m. :00 p. .
19novIw chairs, etv. Second-hand. Oan be bought 2-story dwelling, North Palafox, J. 1). ROBE'SON. sacola on short notice. Terms may. J. 6:0" p. m. 5:45 p. m. 6:30 p. m 7:00 p. i.
at low price. Apply 12.j W. Government 10 ro,mis ............................ 00 21no Receier. W. Bullard. 2,% Seuth Palto 7:00 p. i. :30p.m. 7:15p.m. 7:20 p. m.
BOARD AND ROOM in desirable section t. nov Dwellings (West End.) P Phone 1144. 8:00 p. m. 7:15 p0nF. nn00 p. m. 3:20 p. i.
of city. neia bay front. Terms very No. 320 North Bar,.lona. S rooms 35.oo CLiPPING-Horses clipped at the Pen- ______:040 p. m,. :30 p. m. 8:45 p. m. 9: 0 p. m.
reasonable. Aply 425 East Zarragossa St. COMFORTS1-Blankets and bed spreads No. 50A West Garden. 1 looms .... 25.410 saeola stables. West Intend.eneia Street. -. ----- 0:00 p i. :45 p. m. 9:0 pm.1 in0. ra.
18novlw* on weekly or monthly payments. Phone No. 217 North Barcelona. S rooms 25.00 11:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 10:1.6 p. m.11:30 p. S.
INo. .1andW"will-n No. 5212'.est Garden. 7 n-pms .... ",f)04-
ROOMS for rent, furnished for light samples. an n u t enoth No. 402 Wvest Intendncia. roois 2.oo NORTH ILL R NRY-F ers for 10:1 p. m. 11:0 p.
board. F4u2 blot Interomt-neia,7roo-oms .R.E11.R;-Floea LIVE STOCK The
housekeeping. Gas. With or without ln N,,. 51 W',-st Romans. rtenis .. 12.50 all occasions. Crysanthemums. Carna- I LIVE STOCK Hh711:00 p. tnm. 1I:.0 p. mn.
ard.40 Four blocks from Palaox. ,it car AT YOUR WV.N [RICE--One 21 H.P. No. 423 West Romana. 4 rooms. .. 10.5 lions and Roes. Designs a spei alty. run ahe a. ml train fro fPesola we 1
line. 401 F. Gregory. 17:.ovlw* 'and one it..1 l' sttio-nary gasodine- Four-reom dwelling at Fishervilllo 10.00 Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. oet27tf! AND POULTRY .r train heBreatwil Take a:
engine. (n)' lil4l'." Gray marine motor, Dwellings (East End.) t # tm. eetr from Bardays will makeall
Three furnished rooms for rent. stit- d one Mit'.hel not,,r-y-le, one small hbuff- No. 11 ast Romnans. 10 rooms .. .0.0 ) CUT FLOWERS-Orders taken for all oc- o -carpwl eaet o a ays. when0 a l
for light housekeeping. Apply 60 East ing wheel and stand, foot-power lathe. No. 72 N.,,th th Av'nue. 5 rooms 2000i easions. particularly for weddings and ***g* .... P.-p-*-. crwl lea o at
'h novm* one Baldridge marine reverse gear and N. 417 ast Grry. roon ... 1.00 funerals. Miss Leila C. Reese, 518 disontinued except o Saturday after
n BOARD A ROOMS-nert graphopone. Baraco & No. "2 -Ea :t hnt,-nlenm la. 6 rooms 1. )O0 Haylen. Phone 28". 22oct T'RKETS. CHICKENS and Eggs for noons.
BOARD AND ROOKS--Large house. Thompson. 10 East Gardti St. lSnov No. 1. 3East LaRia. 5 rooms .... 13.410 -!Th-fnksgiving. F. B. Watsog. phone Local freight leaves Pensacola at
pleasantly and centrally located. 319 Thompson. astGardenNo. 816 ast Wright 5 rooms .... 12.5 IF YO WANTED a ni, e arrange and F B ats novlw*ht leave Penacola at
Gulllemarde St. lSnov2w* FOR SALE-Try a barrel of rosin chips. Stores. Offices and Halls in all parts m-at,-h horses for a wedding or to go 10:nov a. m.
ROOMS o aRENT. with oivilee o Best for a quick and good fire. Special of the city. ailingg, where would you go to get them? i EGGS am Eggs Conkey's Laying Tonic 3:30 p.
^L. Nt^ge of price on lots of tiveo nr more. Phone 954. Agents Blount Building. To Pensacola Livery Stable, or ring EGG. are Eggs) Is effective. Through freight leaves Pensacola at
phone. Terms reasesable. Phone 1 nd C. H. Covington, 20 E. Brainard t. HOOTON & WATSON one 39. oVtl8tf F. S. MELLEN & CO., Phone No. 334. 1:15 p. m.
or apply 116 ast Remana street. 13novlm no "THE RENTAL AGENTS A H McLEOD & CO., Saiimakers-Can- I EG.S FOR SETTING-From Pure Bred SUNDAY SCHEDULE
"THE RENTAL AGENTS." --ass from 14-in, h to ,6-inch. of all' 'Black Minorca. Northups Strain. and First car leaves Pensacola at 7:00 a. i.;
S OU HAVE anything for rent wh not AUNC. feet long. 44-inch beam. 7 all and Inspect Our Lists. Phone 54 weights. Large supply of Awning Good. Barred Rocks. "rcTha. Ringlets," Bayviewand F t car aves Penaola at 7:00 a. m.
adv Hertise It a the col rent Ewhery not P. engine. Speed about 10 miles per Tents, Cots, amnrnocks, etc., always in Park Poultry Yards. 14th and 20th avenue second car at week:00 a. y .h and from that
one dsrure ito see columnst? a hour. Apply A. A. Wrighton, 6 W. Ro- FOIR RFNT-Large bri,-k warehouse on stock. '708 South Palafox. 18aug ark Poultry Yards. 14th and 20th avenue hour o, et a car will leave will
mana street. sept30tf Railroad street. App'y to Jas. McHugh. aug Box 575. W. T. Tracy. 7nov observe
FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished rooms FtoR SALE-Panper-stll pecans, fret lnov MERCHANTS TRANSFER, CO., Thor. B. Barrancas at 5:00 p. m. Instead of 5:10 p.
Fin nRe family, close to business center. a f S-s pean freelThorsen, Prop.. solicits all kinds of -- rr a t0...nd. m.
Apply No. 204 West Roanastret and of best quality,. .- per ond, any FOR RENT-Store building on S. ,.W- moving and hauling. Furniture packed The Acme of Wealth. Freight ar will make ut one trip,
4octm quantity. Phone 1014, W. -E. Ac-osta. 10th Corner Zarrag,,.ssa and Raylen streets, for shlptnent. Furniture stored. Office leaving Pen ola at 9:30 a. m.
4o avenue and Ilth street. n ovl4tf Apply McMtillan & M -Clure.3 W. Inten- phone 978. Depot phone 704. 21nett lucas Cleve, the novelist, told this WEST Hl SCHEDULE.
FOR SALE-The imest grade dencia St. Phone 271. Oct27tf WEST HILL SCHEDULE.
SFO)R SALE--The best grade of Alabama R T. story, says the New York Press. An Passengers wishing to go to West Hill
TO T. ,coal at $6 per ton. Jellico "att S7. FOR RENT old nurse had a ver prety daughter. take North Hill ca nand sfer to
LOST. Prompt delivery. Stratton Ice Works. Stores. oldAT nurse had a very pretty daughAer. Westa r a LA Rua and Devlliert
1--- l4novtf oL.una Stret ..... ..............$2 EDUCATIONAL. 'The girl met a millionaire broker at streets, .txept every week day after I
STRAYED OR STOLEN from Burl Bay- 309 E. Intendt-.n.la Street ......... $ 6.00 p. n after p. m.. hen
nee' stables at Big Bayou. a double -'-- FR SAI.-Four-room house near Mrs. 106 S. Tarragona Street .......... FULL. CONSERVATORY COURSE, Nor-! Broadst airs one week-end. The man West Iill car: w:lI run through Palafos
breasted dark bay horse. tall and ntain 4.Morgan s. "All Bay." 165 feet front on i 120. Tarragona S'reet .......... $12.00 nal minethl..i Theory. tIarinn:'. .Pe-da- proposed and they were married. An street to the posttffi,' and to West Hill.
bobbed, both ears clipped. Reward for I's-ola Bay. Fine hade and many 1: VW. Romana Stre-t .............$8335 gogi. Students qualified f.r teaching. PENSACOLAELECTRCCOMPANY,
return to 710 W. Belmont St. 24novlw b hearing tig anti p.ach trees. Price, 0 7 N. Palafo street ............ $4.00 Certifi ate awarded. Phone 867. Madame excellent match.ALBA H ARREN. Mr.
cash. Phone 5.49 or write P. 0. Box "B." St.ore near Paltfox Street. S. Eloise Hull. lo(tm Luca:. Cleve :saw the mother a short
STRAYED-From L.ittle Bayou Friday Pensacola. 1.a1ov2w' Boarding Houses- ,inlo after the wedding.
Nov. 20. a small yellow dlog. female o- National Hbotel. 18 room? .........$60.40 YOU ARE JUDGED by your printing. .. ,.
wearing License Tag No. 170 or 171. Re- DID YOU SAY WOOD?-I sell it in our Dwellin s- It costs no more to have the best. Have "Molly has done well, hasn't she? Mobile & Gulf Steamship Co
ward. Notify Box 355. Pensa,-ola. tnovrt mill yard, feet of 11th avenue, at 40.- Cor. lth-Avenue and 13th street..$18.00 It done at the Mayes Printing Co., 24 W. she said. Mo
Sload--all that on-e hr.i-e can haul. 40c. 14Al N. 8th Avenue ............... 10.00 Government. I "She has that, ma'am," said the old
LOST. STRAYED OR STOIEN-One- bay ood short wood ready cut for stove, 10 N. Palafx Street She has that maam, said the old in connection with the Atlanta st.
horse at Millview. Two hind feet white grate or fireplace. Lay in a good supply 1107 East Cervantes ........... $1..00 ISS. BA.RNl'M, of Chicago. will rer-eive woman. Andrews Bay Raiway steamship Manteo,
and left fore foot white. White blaze In before price goes up and thermometer s20 ast .Cervantes Str.et -........$Ii;.. pupils in voice. c-u't;ir.- and tweginners "Her husband is very rich, Isn't freiht and assenger service Mtwea,
face. from forehead down to mouth. Ten gg's doan. St-nd a dray. Flowers. at 0*os North Reus Street ............$15.,0in piano sludy. (Z9 North Spring St:-eet. he*" e
dollars reward if returned to Neison Rich- phone 4;-.. will haul you a big load. J O. 7?4 W. Zarragossa Street .........$10o. Phne 6-,1. 3noin* Mobile, Pensacola, Panama City, St. An
Ardson. Millview. Florida. 20po4t* W alker. Agent. novl2tf 2)7 N. Rous Street ................s, $i.'i "Ric'h Save us. yes. Ye shotrld see drews, MilIville and all points on St. Aa-
LOT-Pain god ocket. with R LARGE LOT OR. ASE AND DE- 16 Strong Street ........... $1-- ma'a. old'ss brougham, her coach- drews Bay, making connections with A.
1.T-Plan gol locket, with LARGE LOT ('OR. CHASE AND DE- 1211 F. erante Street .......... $12.,an and foman her motor ar and & St
engraved on R. Return to t E. Inten- VILLIER STS., FOR QUICK SALE 1309 E. Strong Stret ...$12 0 FOR SALE. n andfom an her oorar and at. A. y trains Panama Cty, Tue-
dencia St. and receive reward. l!#nonlw* AT $1S00. JNO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR- 313: I'. Intt-i.lenian str-t ......... n )o o r diamonds and pearls. Oh. she days and Thursdays.
o b ST D T E (tovrr.nt Stre.t ........- 0 ABSOLUTELY FREE, lives high. Quite like the nobility and For additional Information for fheigtnt
LOST- by nompant sberin The Saun- E Sio a. t Str.ng St, ............ $.,,e With overy u'ch'sh o of or cof- gentry. ina'am. Why, she strips for and passenger rates, apply to
ders Mill Company before purcha-sing .. .. 1Oll 0 Fast Str>n ............ S.15 "i,-Wit vv lI.(..i or ea or cof-
nmti-rial in the builders' supply line. 2:_ FOR SALE-S-everal head mules, all ini E. Garden St. novItf good working -ondition. $65 and up. Cor. 101t0 avenue aind 21st St ..$s'-,,o v ir at *be Pa h-lore Phone 400 .el rOne 1250.
Come early if you want a bargain. Gar- Large- 0o-room htoi.s, ,n ha-v sht.re 2211 E.B. SACKINGER,
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLiEN--One 15- ti"ld Ice Fa,'tory. novltf at Fisheril,. with el.-.tri-. inT. bat.I wh A e tiC bt
month-old white and liver pointer, Il r. fvt hot and coid wate'T: .an h. rer-.d fur-: -- i MARK T REPoRT. G Agen,.
named Sport. and one 6-month-old whit-- FOR SALE-Thoroughly kiln-dried rough nislie or iinfu'n'shed. 2 ervant houses SEWING MACHINES. . PURV1S.
witti-lemon-ears setter named Sam. Lib- and dressed lumber. sash. doors and in vard; 2 blocks from ,.ar !in o 'i Traffic Manager.
oral reward for return to V. C. Barri- blinds. lilgh-grade paints, oils and build- Offices- "' "OI" _i_, t,, t'v ,,_ r.._ ;, s. wit. - _s
neau. R. F. D., Cottage HilL Fla. 31octlm ers* hardwart-. Saunders Mill Co.. 29 F1. Fu;rnished off.i e over PIeop,,t s Nqionat! :i.. nc.:. In- . Garden street. novltf Bank. \.- .s,;n ;. oC .-- r t.h ..-k. l,,,k .r i PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET.
-- - .C1r. Rorr.ana and Palafox Sts.. two offl- i .'-S w~g Ma. hi,-.. ,',. Th f,.-llwing report is furnis.ed daily M. A..BAK1ER& CO.
FOR SAL---On account of leaving thee ces upstairs. out : P.l ;L..x St. 2ln't f"r Tihe Jou:rnal l by Marks & Gayle. F. O.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. it, i wll soil my home wit a fur- T rihants, Pen a' pla, aia.: Smeazress urpentine
NOTICE OF REM Vnishings. ,complete. E. Greenblatt. 139 E. f The Fisher Real Estate i VOR A.--Tr'..ir. J e. ,:e-i.tc.r! (;to.i nuiddling .......................9 3-14 -
lntendencia St. 31octlnm Tanw.ti: i ii s. tw.. .ows and one Strict rr.hl NOTICE OF RIMOVAL-I have leased -Agency. boar. Address . Box ::,. F'.nsaola. MlHine ...... ................... ...1..-lR MANUFAcTL'RERS
the store, No. 101 North Palafox St.. FOR SALE OR RENT-Seabreeze cottage "THE RENT COLECTORS." Fla.. or phone 14... 2'n,.vlw* Strict low middling .... ........8 9-16
for 3 years. I shall be glad to see all my on Santa Rosa sound. Good outbuild- Phone 87. F
old friends and many new ones there. Ings and about DI acres land. extending FOR SALE-Tugboat. W0xl1 feet, on easy NAVAL STORES. "
Yours for business. J. N. Andrews. from Pensacola bay *o Santa Rosa Sound. PEOPLE are finding out evry- day that terms. Blount & Blount & Carter. Savannah. Ga.. Nov. 23.-The following
Harry W. Gibbs, 27 S. Palafox St. The Journal's Want Columns are a'1l 21nov-1w* ar- the naval stop-s quotations:
2au that is claimed for them. Why not try W ................................ 6 40
FOUND. ME IT go them and get what you want? FR SAL-Two lots on North Palafox WG ............................
mFOUND. E S SUITS to go at $4.50. values street. A bargain. $60..0 t, loan on N"6 ..................................6 00
f rom $10 to $ O boys f2 and t good scuritv. Rents oll-ted. J. N ........................... 5 2-; to ; 5
suits to go at $1.25. Must vacate by iAndrews. 101 N. alafox St 21 Jn.. K oo4 90
FOUND--Pocketbook containing small January 1st. E. Greenblatt. 139 E. In- PERSONAL nr 101 N. Palafox t. n.v K .................................
amount of money. Owner can have tendencia St4. 31octi PERSONAL. I ................................ 405
amount of nrney. Owner can havei tendencia St. 31octlm IF YC.- WANT Turkeys. Chi kens or H .................................. 3 4
same by proving property and paying ic.ggs for Thanksgiving. see F. R. Vat- .................................... 2 92%
for ad.. at 326 Brent Building. 24novilt ONE .AND .TWO-YEAR-OLD .Grape SWITCHES MADE. $1.50: 8 puffs. $1.00 s,,n. or ph.ne- "novlw* .................................. 2 90
vines. Fea,-h Tree,-s etc. Address Jas. rats 25 and 50c. from your own ( omb- -- --, ............................... ..2
THE PLACE to buy comforts. blankets Roneley. F,rnhill Vineyard, Contonment. Wings or human hair furnish. Laura' FOP SLE-Timberd lands in large or H -----...... -------------............................
and bed spreads on easy payments, at, Fla.. ort- apply to Clyde Blormeley. Union Worley. 5.3 N. Davis. corner IaRua. I sma!! tracts. Southern Real Estate and ;;,irits Turpentine. -! cents. All W k Td G t ea
Solomon Furniture Co. lSnox I it Trading Store. 25octlm*e Phone 1335. 321octlm* 1Investment Co., Fiomaton, Ala. oct3tf Markets, firmn. fd1r U -r prios. We .. oy


Pensacola Re

Estate

is the Safest Inve


3--6OOD BARGAINS-3


$1175.00.
We are offering a very nice 5-room. one-story dwelling on North Alca-
alg street, with a lot fronting 45 by 125 feet. OnEast Hill car line.
$1800.00.
Can buy a one-story dwelling on North Reuw street. near Gadsden
street. containing 5 rooms, with lot b0xI25 feet. This'is listed for only a
Iow days at this price.


$2100.UU.
Will get a very nice home on PeVillier street, near. Gregory street, of
*a kos. with a iot 64x150 feet. Convenient to any car line.
Fire Insurance. City Maps.


Agents Blount BuIlding.

HOOTON & WATSON,.
"THE RENTAL AGYNTS."w
Leading Real Estate. Loan and'Insurance Agents.
Blount Building. "Headquarters for Renters." Phone 54.


Are You From Missouri
We Can Show You

ome of the best bargains in real estate ever offered


LOTS! In all parts of the city on the installment. plan.
SEE US BEFORE BUYING.


McMTn I AN & McCLURE

REAL ESTATE, RENTS AND LOANS.
No. 9 W. Intendencia St. Phone 271.


-FOR SALE

$1600.00
For 1015 Fl. Strong Street, a new and attractive
five-room and hall Cottage, with all modern improve-
ments. Terms: $100.00 down, and monthly pay-
ments of $25.00.

An Investment.
We have for sale at a sacrifice to right party, a large sash. door and
blind factory and planing mill. situated at Bagdad and Penscola, Pla. This
plant is up-to-date In every way and can be purchased on very reasonable
terms.


THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
"THE RENT COLLECTORS"
REAL ESTATE, RENTS and LOANS
206 S. Pelefox St. Phone 87. Pens..ola, Florida


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REALTY BARGAINS

Mercantile business in Westville, Florida. Two-story store, glass front;
building 25x85.. Two lots, one vacant, one with eight-room residence.
Price, $3750.00. One-half cash, balance one and two years. Stock of gen-
eral merchandise at cost.
One-half block in Graceville, Florida, at $600.00.
160-acre farm on line Perdido railroad, 4 miles west of Olive, Filae, S
acres In cultivation; 2000 bearing grape vines; 230 pecan trees, 4 to 5 years
old; 200 peach trees; good white neighborhood. Church and school within
one mile. Price, $1500.00. Payable $500.00 cash, balance $200.00 per annum,
8 per cent. Interest.
Six-room house; 40 acres of land. 20 acres In cultivation, five miles
north of West Tampa, two miles north of Old Tampa. Pri4e, $2500.00.


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THE PESCOLA JOURNAL TUESDAYAV MA R ?)RTT ThJIW. f MVMl 9A


ME[TIi OF



80 T OWNERS



LAST NIGHT

Large Number Were Present
at the Second Meeting
of Club.

TEMPORARY ORGANIZATION CON-
TINUED UNTIL DECEMBER 7,
WHEN THE ANNUAL MEETING
WILL BE HELD AND OFFICERS
ELECtED.


HARDIR, RIVER



AND MARINE



NEWS


Shipping Tractjoma mamd
Notes of Iiterest Alon
Tb'Bay F Inr.
The river steamer Capt. Frits arrlv-
ed yesterday earning tro Freeport
and other points wtlh a cargo of shin-
le saad wnav. stores.
The tuag E. Siapson. now on the
dry does at M til, ill leave there
Thursday for Penacola, towing the
lgter Webby He, leaded with We-
ber Sad macinery.
i. .. * *
1ate tag NeUi left yesteaay at
noon for MIUlvlle, towing a lighter.
sB wll Wetur with laamert laen
lighters.
The stammship Mastse arrivad y es
temlar uArs timg Mobl- e and lft
ysteday *evaalag for St. Andrews
ad mater -Jalt.
The ak Mmrtin, recently pur-
chaaed y J. a. aSanders a Co.. i re-
rtod to have arrived at Kay West
mro af, MaN. She will atop
at the saabht gremadsa o her way
to Peusacela. B*a BnSr s i master
of Op Martna
Th a PBraac sad LoUrSa arrived
Yesterday to M. SauwIerm a Co.,
with about M pouindsa of red samp.
MAWS


The Mary L. Harty, of Warrena
SOos feet, arrived yesterday.
The gmuek Cavalier an 8Silas
SaeraW wailed for the fhlhing grounds
wIday.I__


The Germa stea4nip Hermann,
whb arrived late Saturday evening
Iro- Paeacaela. took broker coal at
the Mausgee docks and aJled yes-
terdy for Rosario.
*
The Swedish barkentine Valkyrian
arivel Sunday from Fort De France
ad hs bees docked at the Dawody-
Alas wart to disaargp ballast.
The river steamer J. P. Williams
will aU this morning for Milton and
othr pwats.
The bark Lyna was moved yester-
day r FQaylen street wharf to Como-
a street dock.
The following cargoes of naval
stere were disebarged at Jefferson
street wharf Sunday: Schooer Mag-
Iabla. 1 b barrels; scrooaer Viola,
111 stamer J. P. WHlliams, 200;
teaMr gene. 34. Two hundred
bam were discharged Monday from
the *beos er Geno and 377 from the
ho-'r T.cy H.. which also brought
Slet of household goods from South-
pOrt or J. C. Savage, which will be
seat to Caryvlle.
a a


Arrived.
Valkyrlan. Swed. bktn., 204,
to H. BaDrs & Co.
Cleared.
Heraman, Ger. as.. llmaa,
%r Raarto, with bunker coal.


LIST OF VESaELS IN PORT.
Bertha, Nor u. Aa me.tWS., Belize
to Gulf Transit Co.
Hannah M. Ball, Br.: so., Cooper,
1933, Vera Crus to South Atlantic
Steaaship Co.
Tsre., Aus, as, Ivanich, 2381,
Trieste to Gulf Tansit Co.
tiMnchuria, Br. u., aylor, 2117.
Bremen to J. A Merritt & Co.
Coya. Br. r., Willima oa. 2127. Pis-
equa, Chill, to Gulf Transit Co.
BDrkstros, Br s-, Geobore, 291, for
Rio Janeir to Gulf Trasit Co.
Chs. LeCeur, Freneb s.., Letestu,
1446, Cardiff to Gulf Transit Co.
Br. ms.'" 8rstae, Rio Janiero to
GOlf Trdsit Co.
Hollinglde, Br' s, Williams, 1713,
Dakar to bauth Atlantic Steamship
CO.


Niobe, Ital ship, fzso, 1482, Monte
video to Rosasco Bros.
MamCa, Nor ship. Arnesen, 990,
Buenos Ayres to A. Zeus.
Goarme- rafte, Ital bk. Rittore.
1443, Genm to mseter.
Lya&. No. bk., Usame, r54. Bahia
Blanca to A. Zelius.
roes, Baa k, lruml, 18. Rio
Janeiro to A. Zeills.
Rao-strt, et. r bhk, Bl. trup, 1509,
Perto Cabell to A. Zelius.
Nordlyset. Nor bk, Christenaea,
1464, oues Ayres to masutr.
aM Anta 8pen. bk. cur, 1 42,
havana to matter.
If you want dry Block
Wood, Call Phone 719 or 177.
Gives you a thoroughbred
look if you wash at the Em-
pire.
BUILDING PERMITS
ISSUED Y S X'KDAY
The following permits were issued
yesterday by Building Inspector Ren-
dall:
To Frsak Bruno to repair wooden
building at 113 South DeVilliers
street.
To L. Bear Company to repair a
wooden buildings at 611 ad 520 Iner-
arity alley.
To Mrs. 8. Baylor to repair wood-
en building at 1S North Reus street.
To Leader Jobu1on to repair wood-
en building at 905 North Tarragona
street.
To L. S. Brown to erect a one-story
frame building. 2&86 feet. with an ell
10x12 feet, at 1812 East Cervantes
street. Also to erect a building of the
same dimensliss at 1214 East Cer-
vantes street.
To Mrs. Powell to erect a one-story
frame building, 15t40 feet, on East
Main street near Alcaniz.
To A. A. Fisher to erect a two-story
frame buiMiang, 27xz2 feet, on the cor-
ner of Baylen and Uoyd streets.
To John Sunday, Sr., to erect a
one-story frame buldina, 21x42 feet.
on West Belmont street, near DeVil-
llers.
et t af t" U Ja" d Is is es
2MSt "f fm imfdy kim 1wr M-
myw amMairtw#rfew. t ;-
Wh isthr e Man?
KEEPER WAS FINED S*0,
WHILE VISITORS GOT $5
Abe Jsckson, colored, charged with
keeping and engaging in a game of
cards, was fined 10 and costs by Re-
corder Johason yesterday. Levy John-
son, Jerry Taylor, Chas. Williams.
Will Hamilton, R. A. Knig'it. Alonzo
smith, all colored, were fined $5 and
costs each for engaging in the game.


FOR MAN AND MAST.

oblm Cu.- 1 ad L a ww d UveVAN

tba A Cr ad udd and udrrm t inCow
Assew"Re"WICows.
LYe40% .u


SERVICES WERE


IMPRESSIVE


Laying of Corner Stone at
St. John's Cemetery Oc-
curred Sunday.

A most impressive corner stone lay-
ing took place on Sunday afternoon
at the entrance of St. John's ceme-
tery, when, with appropriate cere-
mony, Escarbia Lodge No. 15, F. &
A. M., placed the massive stone in


position, which is to form a part of
the foundation of the large ornamental
arch to be erected by the order at the
entrance of this beautiful city of the
dead, which is to be thoroughly im-
proved and beautified. J. M. Flinn,
district deputy grand master, was .
charge of the services, a most beauti-
ful feature of which was the fact that
a history of St. John's cemetery, writ-
ten by the late Hon. W. E. Anderson,
a few hours prior to-his death, was
placed in the corner stone and also a
copy of The Journal. This touching
tribute from a man who had been an
ornament to Masonry, was as a voice
from the Great Beyond.
A Beautiful Plan.
The decorative entrance, when com-
pleted, will be constructed entirelY of
cement, with a roof of tile. It will
cost about $4,000, and will be the gift
of Escambia lodge to the St. John's
Cemetery Co. The fact that the beau-
tiful St. John's marks the resting place
of a large number of the city's most'
Ilominent dead Is made the reason
for the many plans which are on foot
for the improvement of the place.
Following is the list of officers who
officiated yesterday:
J. M. Flinn. district deputy grand
master.
H. W. Gibbs, grand senior warden.
C. S. Bonacker, grand junior warden.
J. S. Reese, grand treasurer.
H. A. Quigley, grand secretary.
C. L Smith, grand senior deacon.
J. R. Nix, grand junior deacon.
G. R. Pritchett, grand senior stew-
ard.
A. S. Hoffman, grand Junior steward.
Jas. A. Lyle, grand tyler.
J. D. Rendall, grand marshall.
H. Dell, grand architect
Some very exceptional bar-
gains to-day in our Ladies'
Ready-To-Wear Department
in Suits, Shirt Waists, Skirts
and Jackets. Watson, Par-
ker & Reese Co.


WORKING BOYS



TO GIVE SOCIAL

Popular Y. M. C. A. Organi-
zation Will Entertain To-
Night at the Local
Building.


A most interesting event will take
place this evening at the Y. M. C. A.
when the Working Boys' Club will en-
tertain at a social in the hospitable
atmosphere of the local 'home' build-
ing. This organisation for the boys
who work is one of the most vanaoble
of the sub-organiations of the asse-
ciation, and will continue to evitne its
real valae as the club grows In
strength and age. The plan, in fadt,
is one worthy of the able corps of di-
rectors at the Pensacola Y. M. C. A.
and tonight's event will be of unusual
interest.


An enthusiastic and largely attend-
ed meeting of boat owners was held
last night in the rooms of the Cham-
ber of Commerce, Temporay Chairman
Thomas presiding.
The constitution and by-laws were
reported upon and adopted, after
which there was a general discussion
regarding suitable quarters for the
club. This resulted in the appoint-
ment of a committee by the chair to
look up quarters which are available
and this report will be received at the
next meeting.
The club decided to postpone the
election of permanent officers until
the annual meeting next month. At
that time the following offices will
be filled: iCommodore, first assistant
commodore, second assistant commo-
dre. secretary and treasurer, fleet cap-
tain and lieutenant.
The club now has a membership of
about seventy-five, and it is believed
that the charter membership alone
will reach fully one hundred. The
charter list will be closed on Decem-
ber 1. The club has decided upon a
membership fee of $1, with annual
dues at $6, payable quarterly in ad-
vance.
They Take the Kinks Out.
"I have used Dr. King's New Life
Pills for many years, with increasing
satisfaction. They take the kinks out
of stomach, liver and bowels, without
ftus or friction," says N. H. Brown.
of Pittsfield. Vt. Guaranteed satis-
facory at all druggists. 25c.
Just .the thing for father,
brother or sweetheart.. A
nice Meerschaum Pipe. Call
at the Imperial Cigar Stores
and have a look at their
splendid line of Xmas Pipes.


JUDGE HUNDLEY



TO HOLD COURT

Arrived Yesterday and Will
Preside in Federal Court
To-Day.

Judge Oscar R- Hundley, of Ala-
bama, arrived in the city Sunday
morning, and will preside over the
United States court in such cases as
Judge Sheppard is disqualified to iear.
Ye-terday Judge Hundley heard a de-
murrer in the case of Mrs. John R.
Hall vs. the Louisville & Nashville in
a suit for damages, and it is probable
that this case will be called for trial
during today.
Judge Sheppard. United States At-
torney Wilson, Clerk Marsh. ant a
deputy marshal will leave thi after-
noon at 5 o'clock. for Tallahassee,
where court is to be convened tomor-
row morning,. Tomorrow will be de-
voted to the hearing of civil cases
and the remainder of the term for
criminal cases, of which there are but
one or two important ones.
Yesterday the suit of L. C. Brew-
ton vs. the Louisville & Nashville for
damages on account of th.! death of
Flagman Ira Brewton, was conclude,
ed, the case going to the jury late in
the afternoon, but the latter --ad not
agreed upon a verdict when court ad-
journed.



FLORIOIANS ARE



HEARD FROM


Duncan U. Fletcher and Cap-
tain Ed. O'Brien Attend-
ing Waterways Conven-
tion in Baltimore.

Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher, the Flori-
da delegate to the convention of the
Atlantic Deeper Waterways Associa-
tion held in Baltimore last week, has
been mentioned flatteringly in the
Baltimore papers on several occasions
his picture having been published in
the Baltimore American along wifa
those of Rear Admiral Schley, Gov,
Crotberx and other notables.
An elaborate banquet was served at
the mammoth Lyric auditorium on the
evening of the 18th inst., when 6,000
delegates to the association were
present. Concerning another Florid-
ian who was present, a Pensaeolian,
in fact, and no less a personage t:an
Capt. Ed O'Brien. president of the
American Pilots' association, who is
on a visit to the Maryland cty, the


"Best"
is the unalterable motto in produc-
ing Cascade Pure Whisky. The
best rain--he best method of dis-
tilling-the bet process of purifica-
tion and the best aging all combine
to make Cascade a perfect Whisky.
Physicians prescribe it for its purity.


GEO. A. DICKEL & CO.
Distillers
7a Nashville, Tennessee
N. Goldring, Distributer,
Pensacola, Florida.

American had the following to say:
"There are few men in all the
South more widely jnown or more
highly esteemed than Capt. J. Edward
O'Brien. of Pensacola, Fli.. who for
many years has been president of tie
American Pilots' association, and who
is making his home in Baltimore for
the winter.
"'I have come to Baltimore.' said
Captain O'Brien. 'not only because It
i. near Washington, whe:e I have
much business, but because my chiF
dren are attending Maryland *schools
-two sons at Rock Hill college and a
daughter at St. Joseph's. Jmmetsburg.
I rave been a wehfoot all my life.
When a lad of twelve I sailed a yacht
in Charleston harbor and before that
had engaged in thrilling tub races.
Thi~ waterways convention appeals to
me strongly. We should havO a canal
built clear across the : ate of Florida
so as to give a short :>'ute to the gulf.
Not only that. but tie voyage around
the Florida reef is always fraught
with peril and an inland passage will
be of immense benefit to navigation.'"

SECRET SO c.I-IIns.
ATTENTION, I. O. B. B.
Important meeting to-night, Tuesday.
at Progress .Club at 7:30 o'clock. E ery
member requested to be present.
L. B. HIRSCHMAN.
Secretary.


F. A. M.
SSpecial communication of Pensa-
-cola Lodge. No. 42. F. & A. M..
Tuesday, November 24, at 7:30
o'clock. Work in the F. C. De-
gree. Visiting Brethren frater-
nally invited. T. H. FLEETWOOD,
C. E. SHAKLEFORI W. M.
Secretary.
VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Associa-
tions meets at Knights of Columbus
Hall the first Friday in eaca month
at 7:30 p. m.
J .N. ANDREWS,
ABE DANIELS, President.
Secretary.
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH.
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Daughters of
Rebekah meets every Monday night at
S o'clock at I. 0. O. F. hal. Vtlng
leters cordially Invited to be present.
REBECCA JOHNSON, N. Q.
POLLY DARLINGTON,
Secretary.


DIRECTORY

PROFESSIONAL.

Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
Dentist.
Charges Moderate.
Office, Masonic Bidg, Next to Dr. Welch's
T. G. YATE8, M. D.
Optican.
410 Blount Building.
TWeMy Year*' experience as an Eye
4111111 EkXrlbftfl- fr410
DR. J. B. TIT-IRR,
DENTIST.
310 e mount EBudlng Phone a.


Electrical Contractor
Electrical fixture, desk lights,
telephone brackets, etc.
NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE.
NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL

E. W. PEAK,
Phones 345 and 955.

COTTRELL.
Fine
PHOTOGRAPHS.
Pensacola, Fla.


I IMP, Noldkb Airis-
et TLhs Psr Fr Sale fo
at CRYSTAL PHARMACY


CREW NOTICE.
SNeither the Captain. Owners.
nor' Consignees of the Nor-
wegan steamship Bertha, wrl
be reeponsble for debts con-
tracted by the Crew of maid
vesset.
H. WALDAAMAT.
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Saves money, and makes for happiness and com-
fort, The Gas Range. Every modern house has one.
In~tallw ready for use for $12.50, $13.50 and $24, the
latter a large cabinet style making stooping -mneces-
sary in your cooking. We'll be pleased to have you
call at our office and see them.


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of Pensacola, Floripl.
Designated Depository of the United States
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S' n The Great Stra at the Bijou.
I \
SOrpheum Theatre. Nevada."
The drpheum played to standing Last, but not least, com.ns the pic-
Toom only 'ot night, every seat. In ture, and it is one of the best pic ture
the houwe being taken before te cur-, ever seen here. The title is "The
tan went. uD for the first .hcw. The
feature attraction was 'The Girl in
with her audJenee. assisted by her
partner, Scott Leslie. There is a mys-
tery snrround!ng the wearing ae this
iasnk which will be given in detail
hAn tomorrow's Journal.
The show pens with Prof. Jones,
%who is singing -As tha tWorlt Rolls
On T7e next offering is Mr. James
omrdians ever seen in this city.
The next offering is the Deconsla,
risssted by G. Wes ey FL her.in a
Western drama, "1r. Red Ike from


Opera Hourse
ONE NIGHT ONLY.,
Wednesday, Novuember S5,
The Never Failing Delibht,
W. E. NANKEVILLE'S
ENORMOUS TRIUMPH MR. SCOTT LESLIE,

H aple Ialc0 "atthe Orpheum.
H Lost Voice of the Deadt and Prof.
A Story from Life Presentd e Levy and Louis. Bourdon deserve'
f credit for the manner in whic they
in Dramatic F orm. work the effects.

With Joyous Com ef.r The Atlanta Constitution of Sunday
hrilling and Realistic Situations Arouse contained the following regarding the
the Spectatch or tontheae Great Divid7 whiah is to appear
Prices. 25, SC. 75c and 1S.00. here Frida.titht and Saturday mati-
Seat Sale Monday. 9 a. m. enee:
n.ot. The Great Divide." How much it
Impressed the audience at the Grand
last night; how strong was its mes-
sage; how masterful were its after ef-
fects, cannot be told: but there clings
to the mi es qf everyone who saw it
pala red, as t was, by a punished co-
pany, that even a drama may prc-
gress In richness n powember. though it
be played time aL. again.
thi, is the second time it has been
performed In Atlanta, yet it almost be
seems the first. That finesse which
so characterizes the original produ e
Th yinion oV a play generally wears awabon-
,when age gets its grasp upon it, but
onot so with the o great Divide Thees
second season ahowa no loss in'
strength; bnt, o. the other hand, al-
utiful Ldy Trapeze Artist likewimost an iarprovemus ta, were that needed
Saturday, November 28. sble. fIt was rather rarnortun.he re-








Interesting Zoological Co|ctlOn. ceivedi it. '
2-PERFORMANCES DAILY-2. J bee J. as Stephen Ghent..
Streets htist Amu and Caire ral, as Ruth Jorooan, that
rain prevented a large attendance.
meant InstitutiOR. If there is a weak member in the
Fre Exhibtion Outside When Par caste his part in the play is of sucat
Traditions of Old-Time Show Intact ,but minor importance that it cannot be
rogrssvens to to te Minute noticed. The Oneth of those matter iwho.
'Mary," Biggest Elephant. that Ince, the surdy. real man of the
Great Millett Famly. Acrobats. wrtin had a most anner, and comult part and
The Flying Valentinos. Miss Krail. who fell under his bonu-
G ratest Pe-orming Lions in the World. age las the stoIV of the lplay goes).
Beautiful Lady Trapeze Artists. likewise an arduous task. and needed
Acrobats. Aerlaaists, Fuyvay Clowns. helm from every character. They re-
Interesting Zoologial Cogection. ceived it.
Free Exhibatlon Outside When Parade Ince is one of those magnetic actgnrs
Returns to bhow Grounds. seldom seen. One of those men who
shoulders the burden of Stephen Ghent
I aL' I in a mafterful manner. and completely


carries away his hearers. He may!
have had defects. If he did, they
were lost in his display of talent.
Miss Kratl, who appeared last night
for the second time in the part of;
Ruth Jordan. carried herself admirably i
throtrgh the entire performance. If
she had made one blunder, one chance
error, all would have gone wrong
and made the performance a disaster.
Miss Krail stood ready at each crisis,

and with wonderful ability, for this is


Just to jog your memory a bit, we again desire
to mention the fact that


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is the Regal-made in quarter sizes from the
carefully selected leathers in America. $3.50,
and $5.00.


Crmer Palafex
and Main
Streets
Phone 297


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Pensaoola, Florida.


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h(vr second performance, completely leopards. hyenas. tremendous ele-
1carried away her hearers. phants. etc.. will obey the commands
Those who were so good in support of their fearless masters.
were Miss Aileen Flaven. as Polly .Jor-
dan; John W. Sherman. as Winthrop "Human Hearts."
Newbury; Joseph Merrick, as lon An- In "*Human Hearts", the story told
derson; Reginald Barker. as Philip is one of much interest, in which the
Jordan: Arnold Blake, as Pedro; Hen- sympathies of the audience are thor-
ry B. Walthall, as Burt Williams, oughly enlisted. Tom Logan. an hon-
est blacksmith, living in the hills of
Great Perornming Lions. Arkansas. is entrayped by an adven-
There are -some wonderful lions turess whom he marries without dis-
with the John H. Sparks Shows, which covering her character. After a time,
will exhibit in Pensacola Saturday af- and while poor Tom thinks his happi-
ternoon and night. ness is secure, her former lover ap-
They are not only of amazing size pears on the scene. A murder Is
and beauty, but they have been train committed and through the plotting
ed to do some of the most thrilling of this infamous mnah and woman, the
acts ever presented to an audience. crime is fastened on Tom. He dis-
Mons. Doucet. the world's greatest lion covers the truth, but through love for
tamer, was born and raised in the Jun- the woman, and rather than betray
gles of equatorial Africa, and from her. he bears the stigma, stands trial.
childhood was accustomed to hear the is convicted and sentenced to state's
roars of the man-eating Kings of the prison for life, where he would have
forest that prowled about hfs cabin ot remained had it not been for the inter-
night. His father once captured some vention of faithful friends. who bring
lion cubs which he trained to aid him his case to the notice of the governor
in his hunting expeditions. Thus of Arkansas. In the end. of course.
reared. the boy became naturally a all ends happily and Tom is restored
lion tamer and hunter. Selecting some !to his former standing in the com-
cubs from t-he largest species known. rmuni:,-. The p:ayv i ont- in which
he reared them and educated them to pathoss is combined with comedy.
perform feats that would illustrate l'h organization presenting "i!n-
the amazing strength and agility ot nan' Hoeartp" is 1nder the manage-
these beasts,. ment of \V. E. Nankveiille. who has di-


A pair of these great animals will
he turned loose in a great steel enclos-
ure. in firil -view of the audience.
Mons. Doucet will enter this enclos-
ure unarmed, and lput the lions
through some astonishing perform-
ances. It is the most thrilling act of
the kind ever seen. and will never be
forgotten hy the beholder.
Like every other act and feature
presented with the John H. Sparks
howsws it is far away and superior to
anything of th' kind ever seen before.
There are numerous other trained ani-
mal acts, in which ferocious tigers,

THE


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FRESH OYSTERS"
Every day. The Escambia,
Oyster Depot has moved to"
112 South Palafox St., Phone
1210. 1


reacted its tour most successfully for
a number of years. Mr. Nankeville is
said to have provided ample scenic
display for the prodac:ion and to have
engaged a splendid company for the
portrayal of the various characters.
"Human Hearts" will be seen at. th~
opera house Thursday night.
At the Bijou.
Karo and Russ. in the "Country
Doctor." made a hit at th, very be-
ginr.in of their act. and keo;t the aud-
ience in laughter all through the
sketch.
T:le great Strault~;. magicians. in
Their most ny..tityin\ g act. arc. to say
the least. wonderiil. Their act was
a pleasant surpri ( to all as everyone
going to sce an act of this knd expect
to find the stag- full of (cabinoti., etc.
The hit of the bill was an imitation
of Eva Tanguay. in ebony, doing the
Salome danco, by Tone in approlpi-
ate costi::r.. Tbis act n,'eds to ho
seen to be fully aipr,' Taking t'te hill in i.-: cnnireoty, it is
the hest yet offered at this little play-
The manigeienit wi:;h > announce
that at todaY's nma:ino.r th will run
the Hunjll ty.Dumipr. ir:'us. the mo-t
intere,-ting n-oving piet'lre of the seas-
on. in addition to the regular pr,!-
gram.
Real Estate Transfers.
The tonlowlne Is a liut of the Realt Etat
STransfe Pes-irra -.tr eatv as furnished
bv the Pensacola Am-stract Co.:


REV. HILL SPOKE


ON TEMPERANCE


Mobile


Divine Addressed


Large Audience At First
Christian Church.

One of the most forcef:il temper-
ance lectures which has been heard
for some time in this city was deliv-
ered on Sunday afternoon by R"v.
Claude E. Hill. of the Moble Christ-
ian church. Rev. Hill. who spoke
at the First Christian church on Ea-t
Chase street. spoke on the subject,
"The Cause of the Movemennt Against
the Iiqior Traffic." ib.ing fearless and
direct in ':is discorrse. and holding the
interest of hi. audience to a marked
degree.
Rev. Hill is a remarkably capable
young evangelist. an.1 those who
hear his temperance talk .n Sunday
wouldd not ha:t he greatly impressed
with the fact that he is a most vali-
iale aid in the work which he is so
ably represa nting.
Cheneys Expectorant cuts couhs
and colds short. Cures babies and
frown people. 25c. all druf*ists.
Consideration for their in-
terest is why people wash at
the Empire.


VISIT OF THE


GRAND MASTER

Large Number of Odd Fel-
lows Greeted Hon. B. C.
Abernathy of Orlando.

Hon. B. C. Abernathy, of .Orlando.
hit- been in thi- section of the state
tor :hie past \v-.ck. making official
visi:.s to ihe variouss subordinate and


STAR THEATRE
Life Motion Pictures and Illustrated Songs.

New Reels of he 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.


ed delightful music, and a supper waA
provided and thoroughly enjoyed.
On Friday Musco.xee was visited.
and in addition to having a very suc-
cessful meeting with the lodge there,
preliminary steps were taken to form
a Rebekah lodge at that point.
Saturday night the lodge at Century
gave the grand master a rousing re-
ception and through the efforts of
Mrs. M. B. Olsen, who is president of
the Reiekah assembly of Florida,
there will he several new Rebekah
lodges instituted in West Florida
shortly. '
Last night he visited the lodge at
Chipley. and on Tuesday night will
be at DeFuniak, and will doubtless re-
ce(ive a hearty reception.


PENSACOLA WON


SUNDAY'S SAME

Large Crowd Witnessed the
Contest Played at Fort
Barrancas.

The game of baseball played Sun-
day afternoon at Fort Barrancas be-
tween the Pensacolas and a team
from the fort. which was for the pur-
pose of deciding the tie game of two


weeks ego, was won by the Penaado-
las, the score being 1 to 0.
The game wa i witnessed by a large
crowd, and the Pensacolas were pho-
tographed in a group previous to its
starting. The game was fine exhi-
bition of the national sport, a total
of three errors being made. Earran-
cas made two hits and the Pensacolas
three. Many goo'l plays were made
by both teams, the feature of tje
game being a pick-up by Griffin.
Leopoll and Bushnell formed the
battery for Rarrancas and Laird and
Smith #er Pensacola.
The ladies can feel perfect-
ly safe in purchasing their
Christmas Cigars from .the
Imperial Cigar Stores, as we
know just what will please
the men.
Musical To-Night.
The ladies of the First Methodist
church will give a musical Tueuday
at 8 p. m. a! the home of Mrs. Angus
McMillan. 123 East Gregory street.
Program by best local talent. Re-
freshments of chicken salad and choc-
olate will be served. Admission 35
cents.
FIRST SIDEWALK CASE
TO BE TRIED TODAY -
The first cases to be called In the
recorder's court for a violation of the
ordinance making it unlawful to re-
pair sidewalks within a certain limit,
were ordered continued ye!serday un-
til this morning when the eases
against Lem Antoine and G. W. Tuck-
er will be tried.


Arthur .lones ;o A. A. ih $it1 br. le'ikah hldge.z in hi i.-s district .
and otht; co i'l'l--:ri"Ins. "i'ts I to 4. '1:. Mlorila:" ast he \v-i:i!d Naomi
block ,4. Reln.ont tra.ict. .a s half of RKv'oikah lodge No. 1). a!.d was greet-
i )'d b', a la:r inu:!in!' t r i i n"mb north 12,0 feet. c lot 'o$.r- o 44. East their .reg,l:r- mlegin g. ,:o listened
King tract. Also, !ots it to 2 o. blwck within pleasuire.:o his atlrsdd :-.
SS. East King tract., o*a.t of Ta'ragon. On Tuesday he vi.-i,,.! tlh" two
street: also lk.s 12 :nld 1.:. blok 11'*. lodgls at Ragdad. a.nd ounid them in
a highllv prospeiroui coidlition.
East King tract. R':inn' r!.inihering: On dnh 'sd t:-i cana d -ciinion wa
also lots 7. S and ". block 10i. East h.'!d in Rafford King t:ra'.ct al.-, wr-,.-!ly ::O f- et of this .ie at which- .;., or 4)11 congro-
1o: 2. blct:k .5!, .-_t,: Kin? a'T-: also gat-l to we"c noie !rh i-ranid ina-st-r.
lots 5 to 10. block 7;. West Kin= tract. T, re w( ;-, w a ve:ral address on Odd
C. I. Smith to H. R. Owen. $1 and Fellowship nade b.) t.r(- grand raster.
other considerations. let lo. hicck 5::. Rev. M\r .Sib;!.. Grand R lpresenta-1
West King Tract. tire Thos. (. \ sor:. and Mr. A. H.
Loduis Boley to Phillips &- Ern.cst. D'Alprm er: w;-,o :,resided. Vocal
32"0. n0 ar(.s of laR;a grant. sec- and instrumental ima-ic was inrtor-
tiois 40 and 36. tps. 2' an.l .. N.. range spi.rsed ithic.uhcuit. and adilod great-
1 west. lv to rh- ntertainmen: provided. A
Wm. Fisher to A. A. Fi-her. $1 and bountiful collation wound up the ev-
other considerations, lots 15. block 6. ening's njoymi-nt.
New City and lot B of lot D. Maxent On Thursday o";nt numberss of!
tract, the order a, f-om',anied ihe grar1 ;
D. Hale Wilson to W. H. Knowl. s matter to Wai rint-ton. wha-le a large
$25 and other considerations;. ions 1* audience awai'ed him. :aiid listenMd
to 24. and east half of 25. lot t0, East intently to hi-s word.: of encourap
King tract. ~ment. An excellent orcnhstra furni'


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That were never made for
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$34.00
FOR
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That were never made for
less than $40, $42.50 and $45.


$26.25
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