Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 11 27, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01251
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
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Was the Most Spectacul Cattle Disease Has

and Longest Race Ever


German Machine Took Sec-
ond Honors, Being -Less
Than a Minute Behind the
Winner-The Latter Was
Driven by Louis Wagner.
Only One Accident and
That Not a Serious One.

S w Aeoclated Press.
Savannah, pa., Nov. 26.-With the
power of six score of horses crashing
and roaring in its cylinders, the Plat
car was sent plunging through the
changing fog and sunshine over 402
miles of liac oiled roadways by tie
experienced hands of Louis Wagner
today, and won the m-ost spectacular,
longest and fastest international auto-
* mobile race ever held in this country.
Fate 'played a game of hide and
Seck with the three grim and grimy
hooded figures that sat ,-;hind the
big steering wheels and throttles and
S fought with skill and daring for th.-
advantage of seconds at the finish of
u ere than six hours of driving for the
honor of a trophy cup and a purse of
The three drivers who clung togeth-
er from the very start were shuffled
about like so many cards. For a
time there was a fourth figure in the
T- leading column until the caprice of
i fortune sent one pitching from the
road. Out of the mass of wreckage
Fritz Erie. who was driving the Benz.
a German jar, was taken with a brok-
en nose and a broken jaw. Not until
the last minute pf the last lap did the
tide of victory turn to Wagner.
Nazzaro. the wonderful Italian
driver, the holder of the world's rec-
ord and winner of countless contests,
who led for more than a hundred
niles, hesitated too long at the sup-
SIly pits ehange, weakening and hItt.
-Heminery in a Onrman Renz. took
second honors. Not until the official
time was announced was it known
S tht Wagner had hurled hi-self to
S victory by a slender margin of 56 sec-
In winnin- Wagner set a new rec-
ord for road racing in t1is country.
Robertson in the Vanderbilt cup race.
y et the mark at 0f4.3 miles an hour.
Today for a longer distance. Wagner
raised it to 65.5. He averaged twenty-
three minute to each one of sixteen
U laps. measuring 25.13 milas. but the
lap honors of the day went to Depelma
In the Flat car number eighteen, who
twice made the circuit in 21.36 :nin-
S utes, an average of about 70 miles an



Easily Defeated Her Oppon-
ent by the Score of
4 23 to 0.

*y Associated Press.
Montgomery. Nov. 26.-In thirty-five
Minute halves and with the heat regfs-

Special to Tie Journal.
Detroit, Nor. 26.-Dr. Elehorn, of
the bureau of animal industry at
Washington, with Dr. Durfee, United
States inspector from Buffalo, and
four other experts, went today to the
farm of Shaw Brothers in Livonia
township and pronounced the disease
from whica the cattle there are suffer-
ing to be unmistakably hoof and
mouth disease.




House of Tom Richardson,
Near Hartset, Ala., Was
Destroyed and His Mo-
ther, Wife and Three Chil-
dren Lost Lives-He is

Special to The ioural.
Hartsel, Ala., Nov. 2Zo.-The home of
Tom Richadson, at Woodland Milla,
seventeen miles east of here, was
burned last night and Ricaardson's
wife, mother and three children per-
ished. The remains of the children
were found in the rults of the barn,
which adjoined the house. Ricasaidl
son Ia missing. but his body was not
found in the ruins, and the coroner
has instituted search for him.

Was Principal Speaker at
Corner Stone Laying of
Colored Y. M. C. A.
By Associated Press.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 26.-The
presence of President Roosevelt at the
laying of the cornerstone of the new
home for the colored Young Men's
Christian Association, made the event
a most notable one among the col-
ored people of the District of Colum-
bia. The attendance was large, in-
cluding not only a great gathering of
colored residents, but many distin-
guished officials of the federal and lo-
cal government. The president was
the principal speaker.
Bristol. Tenn.. Nov. 26.-Fritzie
Scheff. the recently divorced comic
opera star. left last night for New
York with her fiance. John Fox. Jr.,
the author, after a visit to the latter's
parents here. As the train left Mr.
Fox announced that they would be
married immediately arter the holi-
days. Miss Scheff opens in New York
next week in th e"Prima Donna."

Drs. Eichorn and Durfee announced
that the worst affected cattle will be
immediately killed; that an immediate
quarantine will be put in effect over
the greater part of Wayne county;
that all cattle arriving at the Detroit
stock -ards during the next six days
will be destroyed and that Secretary
of Agriculture 'llson. who arrived
tonight, will determine whether there
shall be a quarantine put in effect
against the entire state of Michigan.



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Alleged Murderer of Mrs.
Belle Gunness and Her
Three Children, by Setting
Fire to Their Home, Will
Appeal From Decision of
the Court.

By Associated Press.
LaPorte, Ind.. Nov. 26.-Ray Lam-
phere, charged with the murder of
Mrs. Belle Gunness and her three chil-
dren by setting fire to the Gunness
home on April 20th, was this evening
found guilty of arson by the jury
which had the case since yesterday.
Within five minutes after the verdict
was reported Judge Richter had sen-
tenced the defendant to the state peni-
tentiary at Michigan City for an inde-
terminate term of from two to twenty-
one years. 0
Attorney Worden, for the defense.
italght said a otija&t4w4 *ew. trial
will be made, and shouN it be re-
fused an appeal to the Indiana su-
preme court will follow. Worden de-
clared the verdict ridiculous. "If he is
.found guilty at all." said he, "he is
guilty of murder. He should be ac-
quitted." The motion for a new trial
will be based on the court's instruc-
tions, telling the jurors they could
find Lamphere guilty arson under
the indictment.


m- m


J. S. B. Thompson of Atlanta,
Arrived Here in Pri-
vate Car.



Was Hunting With His

Brother and


Friends When Shot.


Accident Occurred When
One of Party Was Climb-
ing Fence With Three
Guns in His Arms-De-
ceased Had Been Probate
Judge of Jackson County
For Ten or Twelve Years.

Special to The Journal.
Marianna, Nov. 26.---County Judge
James C. McKinnon, while out hunt-
ing with his brother, Dr. McKinnon.
and W. B. Wynne. was accidentally
shot in the stomach at 4 o'clock this
afternoon, five miles south of here,
and died shortly after 9 o'clock to-
His dog had given completely out.
and he and Dr. MNcKinnon were carry-
ing it to the buggy in a hunting coat.
MIr. Wynne had the three guns and
was in front. While climbing a fence
one of the guns was fired, the charge
entering the judge's abdomen. just to
the left of the stomach and about four
inches below the lower rib. making a
wound large enough that a 16-candle-
power lamp might be inserted.
Drs. Baltsoll. McKinnon and Hold-
en performed an operation, but there
was little hope of hfs recovery, as
his intestines were cut in several
places. The operation started at 6:10
and he died shortly after 9 o'clock.
.Judge McKinnon had been probate
Judge of Jackson county for ten or
twelve year? and at each election had
been the nominee by owvcwhelming
majorities. He was 35 yearsA of age
and is su:vived by a wife and two
children. He is a brother of Mrs. F.
C. Wilson. of PensacoUi,


Alleged Purse Snatcher Was
Arrested Near the

Court House.

TI-e first arrest. other than for va
grancy, among the negroes brought
here by the Louisville & Nashville
railroad to take the place- of the men
who recently went out on strike. oc-
curred yesterday afternoon, when
Frank Davis was pla(cd in the coun;
ty- jail. (charged with snateiing a
purse, containing about $10. from Etta
Smith. colored,. residing at the corner
of Garden and Manresa stri,-.ets.
Davis wae, employed in the restau
rant of Hender-on Benjamin. colored.
near the corner of TarrJgona and
Garden streets, and had taken an or
der of food to the home of the wo-
man. When she displayed her pthrse
for the purpose of paying for the food
he snatched it and ran. He was fol
lowed hy Prince Morris, colored. but
he was captured near the- county
court house by Morris and a white
man. who joined in the c iase when
Davis ran west on Chase street. He
was turned over to Deputy Sheriff

hiring eighty degrees, the Auturn ana J.S. B. Thompson. of Atlanta, one Nichols and brought to the county jail.
Georgia elevens, rivals of thirteen RESIDENCE DESTROYED BY FIRE of the most prominent railroad men Before Davis was captured he plac-
years. battled here today before a - in the south, being assistant* to Pres-led the purse under bricks on East
typical Thanksgiving crowd. and when Franklinton. La.. Nov. 26.-The resi- iden Finley. of the Southern. arrived !Chase street. where it was found. In
the whistle sounded the end of the dence of A. G. Magee. five miles north in Pensacola yesterday morning in his flight he took $6 in paper from
tray. Auburn had piled up 23. points, of here. was destroyed by fire today his private car, accompanied by Mirs. the piire.o
while hi'r opponents had got no nearer aT 11 o'ceock. The loss is about $2.- Thompson. Mrs. Clarence Knowels t Benjamin for whom Davi.s was worl--
than the 25-yard line. 500. with no insurance, and Miss Jennie English, all of whom l ing. has also accepted a position in
are guests of Hon. W'm. H. Knowles'the culinary department on the rail-
at Harbourview on the bayshore. road docks,
SCON FERATE The private car was swvltch"d to
AGED CONTFED.ERA VET~- I. ^the tracks of the Pensacola Electric
Company shortly after its arrival yes- UI''
MURDERED AT HIS HOME terda morning and taen" down to UNIVERSI Y
Harbourview and placed on a siding
early in the forenoon.
The party will probably remain for 1"1 I- A
Special to Tle Jourr .L found the old man dead on the floor of two or three days. and will renew a D EF EA
Birmingham. Ala.. Nov. 26.-Ned a small storeroom, whica he operated quaintances in Pensacola. It is prob-
Jones, a Confederate v.teran:. 75 in a part of his house. Thomp.on will b ivn
years old, was murdered bY unknown A man was seen running away, but able that Mr. Thomp on will be given
rsons in nis cottage a; Johns. in the it could not be told whtwtner the man a trip about the harbor before his de- By Associated Press.
rlue Creek mining district. last night. was black or white. It was at first parture. Philadlha. No. n a game
the entire side of his head was torn thought that the killing wa' for the spectacular and at times brilliant and
Off with a shotgun. Neighbors. hear- purpose of robbery. but it develops SIDEWALK TORN often not quite first-class. the Ui-
lag the shuti. ran to the place and, that this was not the case. UP BY THE CITY nell in the annual Thania d aving da
Unell in the annual Thanksgiving day
Street Superintendent Burns. at- football game on Franklin field this
Superintendent afternoon by a score of 17 to 4.
TAXES DUE ON $20000000under instructions from te board enntheseon
DU0of public works, has torn up the Pennsylvania thus closed the seaso-
wooden sidewalk on the west side of without once meeting def at and to
SASpring street between Remna am, night her followers are claiming equal
FOR M ORE TH AN 5 YEARS arden in front of the vacant land rank wit Harvard in a wide disc
granted to the Pensacola, Alabama and ion as to which i the better college
granted to tePedaolaeAlbmaand footballl team in the east. It was
Western Railroad by the city. football team in the easr. t was
0 l0eai to The Journal. general merchandise establishments The walk was in need of repairs, Cornell s only defeat this year.
Meridian. Miss.. Nov. 26.-State affected. The action of the reve- but Mayor Goodman's veto of the ordi- Other Games.
Revenue Agent Wirt Adams has sarv- "nue agent follows a recent visit of nance passed by the city council al- Aubunrn 23. university of Georgia 0.
ed notice on the city ad co unty t Deputy Galloway. who made an in- lowing temporary repairs to be made Tulane 11, Washington University.
oed otce on tor city and county tax section of the assessment rolls of to sidewalks in the sidewalk limits St. Louis. 0.
collector for back tax assessments both county and city. Other addition- prevented the repairs being made. University of Alabama 4. Universi-
covering a period of five years, a iun ual assessments are anticipated ia the The length of the walk was over ty of Tennessee 0.
aggr-,gaing more than twenty mtid-inext few days. Commissions on the 100 feet, and the distance formerly Vanderbilt 4. Sewanee 6.
ion dollars. Six banks. twe oil mills. amount sought to be collected would covered by it has been filled in with Washington and Lee 12, George-
the strict railway,., companies and two be something like $60,000. janad. stowa 11.



Spread to Michigan

louisiana State 36, University of
Arkansas 4.
University of Texas 29; Texas A.CO
- and M. 12.V"L.
Auburn IS. University of Georgia 0.
Alabama 4, University of Tennessee FILES $15,000000 MORTGAGE
0William and Mary 17, Hampden-
Sydney 0.
Georgia Polytechnic 5. A. and M. of Soocial to The Journal. vor of the Central Trust company of
. North Carolina 6. Shreveport, La., Nov. 26.-The Vlr- New York, which is caring for gold 5
Lafayette 12. Dickinson 0. ginia-Carlina C"aemical company filed per cent bonds issued by the Virginia-
Fordham 2. Villa Nova 0. mort e for 15arolina company for the purpose of
Washington and Jefferson 30, Car- here today a mortgage for $15,000,000 refui outstanding detede
negie Tech. 0. on all ita property in North Carolina, and other proper corporate purpose."
Georgia Tech. 30. ClemsGo 6. South Carolina. Virginia, Tennessee, The property in Shreveport is value
Virginia 3.L North Carolina 9. Georgia, Florida and Louisiana, in fa- at about *5,0M.

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Society Young Men toServices at Churches, Foot-
ball Game and Hunt-
Fight Duel For Girl ing Parties.

By Associated Oress. est Virginia families, and who is now BUSINESS WAS
Washington ,D. C., Nov. 26.-William living on Oregon avenue.
Reyburn, son of Mayor Reyburn of Developments in the last few days
Philadelphia, and a member of the have led their friends to believe that SUSPENDED FOR DAY
Pennsylvania assembly, and Rogers the rivalry between the men might
K. Wetmore. son of Senator W'etmore lead to sensational events, and it is
Sof Rhode Island, both prominent so- rumored tonight that Mr. Reybura has Large Congregations At-
cially and peraona grata at the White challenged Mr. Wetmore to a duel, to
House, are said to be at swords' be fought with pistols in Virginia or tended the Union Services
points over the hand of Miss Georgia elsewhere, where the laws governing
Maury, who comes of one of the old- these questions of honor are lax. at the Churches-Mar-
zoni's Team Victorious in
Concordia Club Hunt.
High School Defeated the
Classical School.
KNOCKED OUT COLLISION OFF Thnnsaiosa yenerdayo

Thanksgiving was generally observ-
KNOCK D OU ILLI I1 O F ed in Pensacola yesterday. Business
practically ceased for the day, many
of the places being closed for the en-
tire day, while others shut their doors
Y KE C E S N HOOK wployes an opportunity to observe the
At the churches where services were
End Came in Eleventh When The Steel Freighter Gergic, conducted large congregate attend-
a Well Directed Blow of the White Star Line, Large hunting parties speo t the day
Caught Papke on the Chin. Ran Down the Passengerin the woods in search of game. while
many in the afternoon attended the
Ketchel Regains Middle- Steamer Finance, With football game at Palmetto Beach. The
High School defeated the Classical
weight Championship of Eighty-Five Passengers school in the gridiron battle. while
Captain MNarsonf's team was victorious
the World. Aboard. over Captain Quina's team in the an-
nual hunt of the Concordia Club.
At the Churches.
S By Associated Press. By Assoclated re A union Than ving service wa
San Francisco. Nov. 26.-Stanley New York, Nov. 26.-In a thick fog inducted at Christ church yesterday
Ketchel, of Grand Rapids, Mich.. re- off Sandy Hook today t-he stout steel morning, and the congregation of t.
gained the middle weiht chamdpion- freighter Gergic, of the White Star Katharine's and St. John's churches
ship of the world today and reversed
his defeat of last September when -ne line, rammed and sank the lightly lad.- united with Christ church. Rev. Chas.
sent Bill Papke. the "Illinois Thunder- en Panama steamer Finance, outward Martin Niles, D.D., conducted the Im-
bolt" crashing to the floor with a bound with eighty-five passengers, the pressive and beautiful service. The
boll'crasingbtow thet coor himusic was especially good.
pell-directed blow that caught his op- Finance going down within ten min- At the Presbyterian church in the-
lment fiat upon the chin. The end
cSe in the eleventh round, prior to utea, carrying to their death three of forepoon Rev. Julian S. Sibley con-
Swic Ketchel showed clearly that her passengers and one of the crew. ducted the annual Thanksgiving serv-
e hnsm master of his opponent. The remainder of the passengers and ice, and last nlght the union service
Round by round Ketchel forced his the crew were rescued by the boats was held, is which many congrega-
'feit aWl when the opportunity of- of the Gergic. The freighter was not tits partielated. The sermon was
ted planted his right to the head or damaged., preached by Rev. C. W. Gavin and
bdy, general escaping without any A a excellent go. The following
'illua teturns. R ff y *
?aoke stated after the fight that hbe P2laaey. "

he anticipated the result ard offered Voluntary-Choir. -
to fight Papke again., Hymn-Rev. C. P. Hall.
Martin Carter, of Irvinton. Califor- Reading of Scripture-Rev. F. A.
nia. dropped dead from excit-ement Rogers.
when Ketchel landed the final punch Prayer-Rev. T. M. Callaway.
Carter was proprietor of the Nutwood Hymn-Rev. Thos. W. Lennox.
*stock farm, which has turned out Offertory-Choir.
many of the world's famous trotters. Collection for benefit of Pearl Eagas
MISSISSipPl PAPER -- Duncan U. Fletcher Ap- hoe. W Gavin
HAS CHANGED HANDS PEermon-Rev. .W. Gavin.
HASCHANGED HANDS pointsDelegates to Inter- Prayer-Rev. C. W. Gavin.
Special to The Joy-nat. H ymn-Rev. J. S. Sibley.
Brookhaven. Miss.. Nov. 26.-B. T. state Warway.Benediction,
Holbs. editor and proprietor of the state Waterway. Postlude.
Brookhaven Leador. today purchased -- P. H. S., 11, P. C. S., 0.
the plant and good will of the South W at was probably the largest
lississiTpian from Prof. W. H. Weath- Soecial tn The Journal. awdas raytelae
er;-by and will ,liscontinue the publi- Apalachicola, Fla., Nov. 26.-Hon. crow to.congregate for any one even
- cation, unexpired contracts to be car- Duncan tU. Fletcher. president of the or occasion witnessed the annual foot.
ried out by the new owlier. -ile the Mississippi to the Atlantic Inland ball match between the two local
name is included in the purchase. it Waterway Association, has appointed schools. the Classical school and the
will not be used in connection with as 'delegates to the convention of the High School. Aside from the extreme
the Leadi-r. The South Mississippian Interstate Inland Waterway As.ocia- heat for this season the weather was
Swas established three and a half tion to be held in New. Orleans Dec. ideal. The only drawback to the teld
years ago by Butler and \Wether-by, 4-5. 1908: and game was the lack of manae-
and a fw miontsa ago the inor part- J. H. Drummond. St. Andrews. Fla.: ment in keeping the crowd off the
. ner acquired his associates interest. T. A. Jennings. Pensacola. Fla.; G. field.
Being engaged in -iis duties as profe=.- A. Waterman. Pensacola, Fla.; Capt. Both the teams had been practicing
- sor In Mississippi college. Mr. Weath- John Craft. Mobile, Ala.; Chas. J. faithfully for some time and whie the
ershv could not give the paper his Swift. Columbus. Ga.; Warren B. Classicals carried a little surplus weight
personal attention and dsiposed of it. Reed. New Orleans. Ia.: Sam Hyman, the game was extremely interesting
By this deal Brookhaven's newspa- P. Codman Ford. Clarence F. Low, W. and well played. The real difference
- pers are reduced to two. the Lincoln J. Kelly, New Orleans, La. between the teams, aside from the
SCounty Times and the LeaJer. NEGRO KILLS HIS WIFE. preponderance of -beef" in the Clas-
Count Ties ad the eader. NEGO KILLS IS WIFE. sical's line. was in the backs, the vital
ITALIAN UNDER ARREST. Gibson. La. Nov. 26.-Ellen Shar- point in an offensive game. The ea-
k --f ile o tire back machine of the high School
Napoleonville, La.. Nov. 26.-Pas- key. negro cook for C- H. Miller. fore- team was composed of light, hard and
Scale Lassia. a middle-aged Italian man of the westernn lnion Telegraph lithe trackmen of school field day rep-
storekeeper. is accused in an affidavit Company gang, was shot and instant- station, while that of the Classieal
.made today before justicee of the Iy killed here this afternoon by her seemed to have been selected more
SPeace Gi; nelloni by the father of Rosa husband, who made his escape. The seemed to have been selected more
Catalano. an 11-year-old Italian girl. fugitive is a bright-colored negro. from a view of arranging a formidable
,roidine on Mledewood plantaition with weighing about 200 pounds, clean array of "readnaughts" than for a
having attempted' criminal assault on shaven, height about 5 feet 10 inches. (Continued on Pae Two.)
- 'he girl two weeks ago while Lassia
Swas a guest in the Catalano home.
- Lassia could not be found when an MAYOR OF TOWN FOR
officer went to serve the warrant

Special to The Journal. The oldest officer in point of service
'l CO R N EIT^ Woodville, Miss.. Nov. 26.-A primary to the town is Captain D. C. Bram-
L D |N 1 election was held yesterday to elect lette, the only alderman reflected.
municipal officers for the next two Capt. Bramlette has been a member
years. Mayor W. C. Miller, who ias except one term when he was a mem-
Mercer 45. Howard 0. for more than twenty years made ber of the legislature. Captain Bram-
George Washington 3. Bucknell 5. Woodville an ideal officer, was re- lette has been a prominent attorney
Carlisle Indians 17. St. Louis Uni-'elected, as was John A. Lowry, mar- here for many years, owns valuable
versitv 0. shal. whose vote of 82 against 52 for real estate in the town and county and
Kansas 10. Missouri 4. his opponent speaks for his popular- is president of the Bank of Woodvlle.
Pennsylvania State 12. University ity and puts the seal of approval upon The other three aldermen are all new
Sof Pittsburg 6. his efficiency for the past two years. ii politics, never having held office.






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: laefsssf Bmmllmlld o and B-0RE
( Carm ewan &. not Irease of es, ABy Glen Guernsey.
.Hn mw Had a Royal Good Time Yesterday,
Aandea stWntrcordocaser- Money to Be Divided Among New York, Nov. 26.-l tty How- cation. and no attention will be paid H T adR yGivino Each A ccordint to
S- land Robinson Green, who is more to letters containing less than a mil- \c oSVi
Hood's SarsaparHila States According to Their easily recognizable as Mas. Hetty lion dollars. Th Bf Eia O Ar
10 Eo- 11-M1 .srm or Wa M naw l Green, 1- today receiving the congrat- Awful Word In Town. C ent o 1
ta ihm ow"m- an W lm~~d~. sL. Enlisted Strength. ulations of friends upon reaching her "Dampsltibactiesalskabet Hermod,
seventy-third birthday. Despite the come into court."
fate that sae is weighed down by the That's what John McSherry, crier D A S 1 I IB
Special to The JournL cares and troubles entailed by the in the court of Juatice Platzek. had to
ecal to The Journa possession of millions, and e frher tear out ofhi vocal organs tis week. y
Washington, D. C., Nov. 27-lhe D-mi4rortune of living in Hoboken, *the At the hour of rushing to press, it is
vision of Militia Affairs of the War De- richest woman in the worM-." is still reported that he will recover.
Hum1 1 -EQUI P apartment has announced the allow- a spry old person, able and ready to The "Dam-and-so-forth" isn't a new
S aane of ammunition for the present hold up her end in any transaction cuss word or the na)ie of a break- Everybody sh l avail e s ves of

guardd under the act of May 27, 1908, of. tle ream. of either. It's a Norwegian corpora- Opportty tenure excenal bar
being fifty per cent. of the allowance When the aged but lively Hetty ion. and it inflicted itself upon the f
to the regular army. The total set took up her residence some months New York courts by filing a suit which f high111 -grade m erc an se 1n every
aside for this purpose Is $643,124. di- ago in 'a fashionable New York hotel, has to do with the stranding of the
v ided among the states according to the fawning sycophants of New York Norwegian ship Hermod outside the r m
the enlisted strength of their National society gathered about the feminine harbor of Cardenas on February 21, a
Government Reg lation-s on Ouard. New York leads with an elist- financier, hoping to receive some 1905.
e ed strength of 13,800 and $80,135 for small crumbs from her tale. In tiis Ta-ta, Mr. Devii.
Vessels Plyilg Pensacola ammunition. New Mexico, which has expectation they were disappointed. Mr. Henry W. Savage's "Devil,"
the smallest National Guard, gets $1, Hetty received her new friends with Plenry E. Dixey, has gone hence from
Harbor '635, for its 243 eallsted men. The politeness, but the strangle-hold which the Garden Theatre, and the remain-
arbor. states In order of their enlisted she always keeps on her pure strings ing disciples of Mephistopheles are WTSf C CC
...... strength, rank .as foHows: was not relaxed for a moment, playing to audiences that daily shrink -
sEenlist. Stgth. Ammunit. Taken by and large. Mrs. Green is in number. It is evident that the "_EVERYTHING TO WEAR. "
Under the Act of Jmune 7, 1897, and State. t U. Cuin. Allowance a ensible old woman, and it didn't vogue of his satanic travesty is a V RY IN W A .
44 R ., otor boats should New York ...... 1300 80135 require any extended period for her thing of the pa;t. and even the gen- -_________
c. 4426,. S., motor boats ould New York........13,00 $80,15 perceive the empty-patedness of ius of Mr. Arliss. head "Devil" to XXXIXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX
be equipped as follows: ll. Illi an is.....5,13 37,284.5 waat is called society. Then -he gath- Belasco. cannot long keep the Hunga- -H g___
Whotlm Fes- Horn and Bell. uo hio ............5,9933286 ered up her faded and worn skirts, rian comedy before the American pub-
All motor vessels without regard to Ohio ...... ,09 32.386took a firmer hold on her pocket- lic. Old Nick had a uge vogue while play at the Hudson. Paul Armstrong's ally winning. Kelly retires finally, personate the ch
ie or use, must be prvided with an ssachusetts .... 982 55 book an'd hled herself back fo Hobo- he lasted, but it was evident from new "Blue Grass" at the Majestic without making any trouble, and all this country by
e or use mut be provided with an New Jersey......3,982 2,652 ken, where she now reside. Her the first that he was too subtle for whileour German ctns were pr well. The interest of the piece is will also continue
efficient whistle or siren; an efficient Alabama ......... 3,010 17,681 present addes is No. 1309 Bloomfield Americans. vided itthetwr well sustained there are some exit of Mrs. Packham
tog born; and an efficient bell. No Wisconsin ........ 2,82 18,097 street. Hoboken, N. J., where a capac- A drama which bears the title of Schiller's William Tell at the Irving ing climaxes and it will undoubtedly Miss Carlisle wil
size or style of whistle, fog horn or Misouri ........... 2,811 16.886 ions waste basket awaits the "beg- "Mary Jane's Pa" will succeed "The Palace theatre, the e please the close of their
bell ia precrted. provided it is avail- Georgia .......... 2,806 17,559 going letters" which pour in upon Mrs. Devil" at the Garden Theatre, and "The Robber" at the New German Various Attractions. Garck. to appear
able and sufelent for the use for Michigan ......... 2,648 16.837 Green in every mail. will have its first metropolitan ap- theatre. Thus it will be seen that iss titan's
whicj it s intended. The word "ef- Minnesota ........ 2,612 16.018 At that, Mrs. Green is not so stingy pearance on Monday. nigat. Another there was no lack of entertainment, donna orThe Golden rterfly", is Mis Billy
Ocient" must be taken in its ordinary Connecticut ...... 2.5k.6 13.439 as is generally- believed. .WVile 'zhe new dramatic offering for Monday while "The World and Hisf ife" sponsor for the statement that there atre at every p
sense, estered with reference to Iowa ............. 2,455 15.974 does not employ a brass band to at- night is John Valentine's comedy, maintains ts initialnd Hsuccess at Daly' ns o for t he s statement thatmore yun wome o amusing comedy
the object intended by the provisions Inaiana ........... 2.121 12,561 tract a crowd while'she brags of her "The Stronger Sex," which will fol- Marie Cahill in "itae Boys and etty. Da culture at pr good families preparing t the Lycum.
in which the word appears, namely, California ........ 2,082 14,005 benefactions, there i reason to be- low "Paid in Full" at Weber's. Mis a Ca inTheBo and etty culture and of good famil
the production oflcertain signals. The Texas ............ 2.032 13,313 lieve that the world's richest woman Annie Russell will head the cast. The seems to have caught the popular fa- themselves for the stage than ever not be said.
power to operate the whistle is not North Carolina .... 1,835 12,032 is not utterly lacking in charitable comedy had a run of over two hun- vor before in the history of musical pro- Ioeu Glaser, In
prescribed t must be of such a Virginia .......... 1,803 10.611 Instincts. dred nights in Lndon. Lady Frederick," by W. Somerset ductions in this country. occupies the
character sto produce a "prolonged Maryland ......... 1,741 11.693 Few financiers have more extensive Mental Healing. Maugham. author of "Jack Straw." in Beginning Monday evening "The engagement is e
blast" which is defined as of from 4 South Carolina .... 1,714 11,718 interests th-an has Mrs. Green. Near- The "crude materialism" which which John Drew is now appearing at Red Mill" will enter the third week o intention of c
to 6 seconds duration. Kentucky ......... 1,590 10.250 ly every important corporation in the characterizes modern medical and the Empire, is described by its author of its engagement at the Academy. year.
Lights. Tennessee ........ 1,430 9,595 world has some of its stocks or bonds surgical practices, will no longer be as a modern comedy of manners and Messrs. Montgomery and Stone have
When navigated between sunset and New Hampshire .. 1,443 9.238 in Hetty's strong box, and she ha- ex- opposed only by Christian Scientists adventure. The first of Mr. Maugham's been successful in this musical com- Thanksgivin
sunrise they must carry regulation Oregon ........... 1,343 7,999 tensive real estate po.Asssions in and other unorthodox persons. The comedies to be produced in London, edy for several years. General
tights, namely: Nebraska ......... 1,299 8.648 New York. Chicago and elsewhere. Bowery already has its Episcopal it is still being played in that city. Thomas A. Wise, as the genial poll-
1. A bright white light at the bow Kansas ........... 1.275 8,116 She personally superintends this vast "mental healer," and the same denom- Lady Frederick (Miss Barrymore), is tician from Mississippi, Itas given the (Conttnud F
xf the vessel. District of Columbia 1,203 7.836 estate, and the man shrewd enough Ination this Week launched a move- a spendthrift. In debt to everyone, and Bijou a popular success that may yet
2. A green light on the starboard Arkansas ......... 1,174 7,941 to cheat ;ier in a trade has not yet ment whica is designed to convert living at Monte Carlo. Of her three establish a record for longevity at that good game of
side and a red light on the port side, Maine ............ 1,174 7,940 been born. In fact, many famous f- the wealthy and well-to-do. The B6s- lovers the most persistent in his ef playhouse. Mr. Fairbanks, as the re- football. First ha
provided with proper screens. The Florida ........... 1,160 7.713 nancierp have in the past been sav- ton ministers who inaugurated what forts to win her hand is young Lord -porter, gives him capital support. S. 0.
side lights may be so affixed to the Louislana ......... 1,142 7,179 ed from disaster by appealing to Mrs. they call the "Emmanuel Movement" Mereston. (Norman Ttharp). In vain The production will probably occupy P. C. S. kicked
coming or to- the sides of the deck Misaissilppi ....... 1.0.8 7.315 Green. Incidentally, they have paid have commenced a series of lecture. his mother, J.essie Millward. and his that stage until after the holidays, failed to return.
bouse as to be properly screened, pro- West Virginia .... 986 6,615 roundly for their salvation, under the patronage of St. George's uncle, Paradine Fouldes, (Bruce Mc- Miss Emily Ann Wellman has suc- mained between
vided the lantern be backed with Rhode Island ...... 691 6,312 Mrs. Green's first husband was Ed- church, wnich has a congregation com- Rae), endeavor to dissuade him from ceeded Edith Browiuig as the erring 40 yard lines, for
metal. Whenever the green and red Vermont .......... 781 4,529 ward Mott Robinson, who died in 1865, posed of J. P. Morgan and nearly marrying one whom they rightly re- daughter in "The Men Who Stood neither side maki
Slde lightb can not be fixed they must Oklahoma ........ 660 4,383 leaving her a latge fortnae, which 8.000 other persons. guard as an adventuress. He persists Still", now current. at the Circle High School then
be kept lighted and ready for use as Colorado ........ 644 4,037 she has doubled many timeA by shrewd The "Emmanuelisti'" claim to be in his determination, until lady Fred. theatre, and in which Mr. Mann is the double pass Cole
prTvided by Art. 6 of the Act of June Washington ....... 639 4.357 and Judicious Investments. In -1867 able to cure only nervous troubles and erick magnanimously decides to cure leading actor. The incidental charac- planned end-run
1, 1837. The law does not appear to North Dakota .... 839 3,989 Mrs. Green, then a wealthy widow. ac. minor mentalJ I~ pers, and the per-. him of his infatuation. This she does ter of Bessie, which was found offen- yards for a touch
permit the use of a three-color "com- South Dakota ..... 562 3,772 quired her present cognomen by mar- son w ithfa stb. -9che, a broken by Initiating 'him into the mysteries sive. has been taken out of that 'play. failed to kick the
inatior" eight Idaho ............469 3,423 trying Edward H. Green. wjlo died in leg or atuprising of the molars must of her toilet, the various little artifices Mr. Brady expects a long run for It. was P. H. S. 5,
3. A white range light aft. Hawall .452 2776 1902. Since then. many and divers continue to seek relief through the to which she resorts to enhance her The Messrs. Pixley & Luders's their good runs w
Copies Rues. Wyoming ......... 439 2,871 men have made goo-goo eyes at the "cridleu mterial l of tae em deas attractions, now that she is no longer charming musical comedy of "Mar- the play very fast
Such issl are also. required to Montana .......... 386 26 sprhtly widow, but without effect and the de. as yog as she might be. It may be call" is still the attraction at the of the first half.
tiave on boardtwo printed copiesof 3 2Bond Issue. Oh lk Kidssaid in passing, that the youth could Casino. Its music is tuneful and tht were wored by
ave on hoard' two printed copies of -Delaware-.........-349 2,300 It takes a lot of money to conduct Nekt Thnursla. according to t have been ver slightly enamored if book interesting. It deserves a long half ended with ti
the rules which mst be observed by Arizona .......... 340 2415 th municipal government of a b mostel e from ahing shavebeen er w slightly enamoured if book interesting. It deserves a lon half ended with t
them. which rules will be furnished by Utah.............330 1.912 town like ewYork. Th statement ton, will e Ta vn y. Also, is loe. Ms anymore played the The drama of Samson", n which favor
local inspectors of steam vessels on New Mexico ...... 243 1,635 will be vouched for byh Comptroller in New York, it Will mark the UprA- role with seish charm, and grae, with Mr. Gillette is the central figure, has High School ki
request. In pursuance of the plan to encour- Metz. upon whose shoulders sts the ng of the Kids. A hundred thousand, role withuch charm yet was d rat without with Mr Gfilled the Criterion the entrale every na High few minutes ofol ki
Life Preservers. age the teaching of the use of the fordlidable burden of providing for more or less, of mutty-laced boys hint of pathos, that it became a thor- The advance s i said to be ery nighr- take, Coleman.
All such vessels under 15 tons en- military rifle in educational institu- the financial solvency of the city. Just and girls, appantly unprovided with roughly sympathetic one. The a thort aginhe advance sal is said to be encore take Coleman
gaged in carrying passengers for hire. tions and rifle practice among the sti- now the treasury isn't overflowing parents, will' smear t'eir frontispieces roughly sympathetinerally one. rThe support ainS and the management expects pss, the same in
hi addition to the equipment above dents, the W'ar Department has re- with coin. and in order to "raiFe the with lampblack and other decorative was quite generally good. Mrthe MRay, teSamson will e th b atth he Cri the same distance
Stated, are required to carry one life vised the orders governing the allow- wind" and keep the receipts within materials and swarm out on the though founded on conventional lines, Mter.on forces' comedy of ther touchdown. .
preserver for each passenger carried, ance of small arms ammunition to in- hailing distance of the expenditures, streets to play the part of public beg- though foutions that haventional lines, Mr. orbes s comedy of The Trav H. 10 P. C. .
and shall be operated only in charge stitutions at which officers of the army the comptroller has had tu arrange gart. Wearing the most outlandish with situations that have been used eling Salesman is still popular. It goal for High S
of a person duly licensed 'by the local are detailed as instructors. Under another bond issue. costumes available, the kids will frequently before, is still so clever, succeeds in filling the Gaiety Theatre score up to P. H.
Inspectors of steam vessel. Such ves- the new regulations $21.000 has been The new issue will be of the tidy gather about every adult passerby and with such bright dialogue that it will at every performance. Those who en- further scores we
sels when used only as private pleas- set aside for the one hundred such sum of $12,500,000 and will be sold beg clamorously for alms. The pedes- probably have a long run. joy a real laugh will do well to visit remainder of the
fare boas and not at any time engaged institutions, to include rifle ball car- Monday. Twelve millions will run for trian who has di.4posed of all his avail- "Blue Grass," the Paul Armestongs the Gaiety during the engagement of utes of play, the
In the carriage of passengers for hire tridges, blank ammunition, .21caliber fifty years, while the ;mall balance able pennies, nickels and dimes will play which opened at the Majestic on Mr. Mclntyre and his associates, the center of the
are not obliged to comply with the ball cartridges for gallery practice, will be redeemable in a decade. The be -hooted and insulted by the little the same evening, is a racing play, A good melodrama, entitled "Via tie blew for time.
provisions of law in regard to life pre- and target supplies. Issues will be bonds will bear 4 per cent interest. oherubs. As an education in polite, with many realistic effects, five rea: Wireless", may be seen at the Liberty Marzoni's 1
Servers and licensed navigators. (The made on requisitions certified to by The last two public sales of city bonds ness and .-elf-respect. Thanksgiving race horses, etc. Col. Taylor (Robert theatre. There are a number of strik- In the annual h
aife preservers mutt -be of the sort, the professors of military science and have been at 4 1-2 per cent., but Day in the metropolis is a howling McWe de), a Kentucky colonel, the Ing scenic effects in it. including a Club the team of
prescribed by the regulations of the tactics, specifying the actual facilities t'lf comptroller believes that the elec- success. owner of the racer, Blue Grass, from storm at sea. Frederic Thompson is won by the score
Board of Supervising Inspectors. They for the gallery and range practice, the tion of a new Theodore of the United Just why parents possessed of any which the play takes its name, is des- the producer. And among the chief Quina's scoring
must -bear the '. S. inspector's time allotted by the institution, and States. in the person of William How- remaining remnants of proper pride perately poor. even the neighborhood 'actors in the melodrama are Edwin party was the lar
stamp). the number of students enrolled in the ard Taft. has restored confidence to should allow their young hopefuls to store has refused him further credit. Arden go out before, and
Documenting, Inspection. Etc. military department to whom oppor- such an extent that the new issue of participate in such debasing revels All his hopes of remedying this unfor- George M. Cohan's pleasant musical went seventy and
All motor boats of over 5 net tonti tunity is afforded by the authorities of 4s will be greedily licked uip by the and public exhibitions of the spirit of tunate state of affairs depend upon mixture called "The American Idea", search of game.
engaged in the carriage of freight or the institution to participate in gallery Investors. street corner beggary is a secret the horse's winning a race shortly to Is still prosperous at the New York flfty quail, thirty
passengers for hire must be doeu- or range practice or both. For the convenience of out-of-town whicr I am unable to explain. Ccr- come off. Of course the colonel has a theatre. It gives genuine pleasure, many doves and
heated. vIz: Licensed by the collect- The War Department specifies the capitalists desiring to invest in these tainly. such a general and widespread daughter. Virginia, played by Miss and, after all, that is the aim of Mr. were killed by the
or of customs. (Vessels under 5 net maximum allowance for each student bonds, the writer will gladly act as exhibition of juvenile cupidity would Olive Wyndham. Equally of course, a Cohan and 'his associates. The 'public Sheriff Van Pelt
tens can not be documented in any at forty rounds of rifle-ball cartridges broker for a reasonable commission. be iposible in no other city than New young man from the north, Wilfred wants to be amused, and in "The in the swamps of
case), for each range, the total not to exceed Cash must accompany the communi- York. Warren, (Regan Hughston). is in love American Idea" its wish is satisfied, bagged two turke
The license for the vessel obtained 120 rounds per student. When gal- with her. but so is Kelly (Wayne Next week the prosperous career of rabbit, eighteen l
from the collector of customs (deslg- lery practice is held in addition to Arey). who is a modified form of vil- "Paid in Full" will be terminated, and eight quail, maki
mated a document) is in addition to range practice, sixty rountmds of .22 cal. r - -. -... "e- lian. His machinations to prevent on the following Monday Messrs. Wag- points for his te
and must not he confounded with the fiber ball cartridges are allowed per (s felITs VET'- YETnl"6eBTi'BT ITS" T e-oT-'8sesT e Blue Grass from winning are foiled, enhals & Komper will present Annie number of "puldos
license required for the operator of a student. Where there is gallery prac- o, even a false bill of sale of the racer Russell in "The Stronger Sex." "Paid by Captain Marzo
togtor boat of less than 15 tons carry- twice but no facilities for range prac- ioa T TTTHhSc T I AA in unveiled, this time by his rival. The in Full" will be transferred to the overbalanced this
Iag passengers for hire. twice 120 rounds of .22 caliber are al- I'1IIlJ IJ 1 *1 \T1C AI exciting scene of the play is when Walnut Street theatre, Philadelphia. standing the fact
Motor vessels of over 5 gross tons lowed per student. 'Each institution o Miss Virginia. her father, and an oMld Still later it will be the attraction at his party lagged
engaged in the carriage of freight or is also allowed ten roundsof rifle blank Y - friend of his watch the race from the the Colonial, in Boston. Others who killed
assengers for hire must also be in- cartridges. Should uch an institu- paddock, and the girl describes the "The Mollise" is shortly to be taken Brownson. M. Gou
spected by the U. S. local Inspectors tion desire target supplies they may" o ddric Brewer difficult which Blue Grass has in fi- on the road, -nd Miss Irwin will im- Connor and party.
ef steam vessels. be obtained from the ar DepAktment o er Be r. { whc Bai oein lnr
Documented vessel must have name but only in lieu of a corresponding L93.JL QJS.99SJJtp J L.-9.A. Jt9- -U tJLLS.LS-Ugj. J J O.9 O.3* -
sad home port on stern and name on monetary reduction of the ammumiuon .. -
each bow. Offielal measurement is allowance for that institution.

becemsary only in cases of vessels Special to The Jo*,rnal. ampanini and Zeatello were. how-
ring to be documented.ew PLE CURED N 6 TO 14 DArk, Nov. 26-The M hattan ever inflexible. Of M. Renaud we
Irequirng to he documented. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. opera houe opened its doors. and thf have come to realize throughout his
Time to Be It. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to operatic season on Monday night with twohav conme to reale t his rou ndhout his-
There was to be a circus In town cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed- an audience which crowded it from seasons with that his rendi FOR SA -Papr-shll p
sext day. and Robert wished to go to uIng or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 floor to ceiling. The opera was la tion of any role whatsoever will be Tanofty Phsqu t. W p
ee-it unloaded, so he sought to ob. days or money refunded. 50c. Tosca. the enterprising Mr. Hammer- thoroughly artistic, marklightest detail.- avenue and 13th street.
tain his father's consent. The first ALTRM T n tion to every slightest detail. In j
in his father oLETTER FROM TOE. stein having this year made arrange- Scarpia his art again amazed the au-
uestion his father put to him on beingA ments by which at least two of the dience. The facial expression, the
prpoached was. "Have you asked your Miss Nancy Smith's House, Puccini operas will be included in his gestures wer so si niflcant. showed
other?" Nuvembir 14th, 1900. list of productions. Sig. Campanini' estuch eatery of his rt that one mar- Mr. Acosta phoned The Journal yesterday noon, saying: "M
"Yes, sir," was Robert's prompt ret Mistur editor Journal: entrance was the signal for prolonged veiled afresh. He sang admirably. Mr Acosta phoned The Journal yesterday n
a s t i reckon it wud interest yur reed- applause, which was repeated as the Gibert in the mall role of the all one. That paper certain did business or m
-What did she say?" the father pur-urn tu reed a letter frum -ne. favorites of last year made their en- sacristan, showed himself also the fin-
sued. My name is mr. Tobe Smith an try on the stage. and also to greet ishedrit.ti n h
"She said I couldat go," was :he i am 23 yalrs ole an liv abowt 9 miles the new-comer, Mle. Marie Labia, th ed artist, his acting lifting the role
Irank rejoinder. frum pensacoler with mi gramma an new dramatic sporano. A une per- Th e smaller parts ever undaul soa
"What do you mean. Robert. by I hav travuld cleen tu pensrcoler an formance of this much liked opera was ably filled. On sedneday evening t-
coaing to me to ask to do a thing further eest tu Milton. given. The orchestra and chorus "'Thals" w as repeated with, sa vein
after yfiur mother has told you you I hav bin to pensercoler 2 times, maintained the standard which the w minor roles practically ith save in a
eold not do it?" an law. hie, the folks all seamed tu have set for themselves in the past cast as last season. Mactcay te same OR RET-room ott
"Well, papa," the little fellow o0- be afrade it wus goin tn rane an two seasons, and those who have nsd and lstaon Mary Garden and Wirt Ch St. A]
served. "I heard you say last week t.em and wus hurrin home. but it heard them know how much that sesa. andDialmores repeated telrI
that you're the boss of this ranch, an.d haint no use tu tell you. mistur edit- means. The new comer proved to be ss in this Massenet opera. Frti-
I thought it was about time for you ur, about pensercoler fur yu live thair a charmingly attractive young woman, day evening Saint-Sasne -Samson and
to assert yourself."-Philadelphia an see all the sites ever day, but may with a fresh beautiful voice, and ah-. given to operaa form or the
Tms bo hw.t i ous nt el ............ ...... t.......... ..e This was another call or request immediately after the above:
yu abowt how I have bin courting Sal- ellycity. was produced with MUe. Gervillw-oor
There Was a Reason. ly Wilkersuam an I will tell yu abowt more justice in the second act, bu Reatche ned Darores in the title roles.
Witlama-Young Atorbilt isn't at it nex time I rite. gave throughout an interest per- f this more next week. L Toeor have rented a dozen cottages t-day. Please take the ad. Ut."
all exclusive. is he? Walters-Why. I Mistur editor as this is lonely a let- fortance. which while lackingome- the Saturday matinee, and the lfirt aal
doa't know. Williams-Oh, he isn't. ter of interdueshund will make it wh-at the intenseyi tragic note of other arance of Mme. Tetrazini this lea
Why, this mnoaing I saw him riding in short an tell you the news net time. interpreters of the role, a lackwhic on i "The Barber of Seville," as - ---
bis ataomobile with a policeman.- ears siaseerily, er extreme youth---she is but twenty Rsias. with Marie Sammaree as the
06 ille Journal. TOBE. fur- ears old---easily explains, yetgenial FIgaro ad debut of the new
W.-as wel'lsustained and dramatic. tenor Colombinf, complete the bill for CT W
Signor Zehatello was admirable as the Et
r W a m b artist hero, and sang with a wealth of Ethel Barrymre. L-Read Journal Want Ads.
d* Vy voice which made the upper gallery In addition to the opera season
Clamor, albeit in vain, for an encore opening. New Yorkers had the favor-
Cma aColdIs Ow De 2 D Deys of the familiar aria in the third act. itc Miss Ethel Barrymore in a new



iracter originated in
Miss Carlisle. She
e her jolly *portrayal
. 'Mr. Coyne an4
1 go to London, at
r engagement at the
there under Charles
ke is filling this the-
erformance of the
ot "Love Watches'
More than this need
"Mile. Mischief." still
ic Theatre and her
prospering. There is
banging the bill this

g Observed
ly in Pensacola
rom First Page)
scientific, headworK
ilf, P. H. S. 5, P. C.
off and High School
The ball then re-
High Schools 15 and
about seven minutes.
ng any decided gains.
got the ball and on a
man made % well-
for about sixty-five
-down. High School
goal and the score
P. C. S. 0. No ftr-
were made, nor was
t throughout the rest
No more points
either side and the
he score 5-0 la P. H.
nd Half.
eked off and after a
desultory give and
ith the same double
terference and about
e to run, made an-
making the score P.
0. White kicked the
school, bringing the
S. 11, P. C. S. 0. No
're made during the
game, about six mrain-
ball being vtry ne*it
field when the whis-
ream Winner.
tint of the Concordia
C'apt. Louis Marzoni
e of 8.720, Captain
5i.440. The hunting
gest ever known to
some of the hunters
I eighty miles in
Five turkeys, about
or forty squirrels.
407 "puldoo" ducks
e various parties.
. who spent the day
the Escambia river,
ys, two hawks, one
arks. six doves and
ng a total of 1,000
am, but the large
o' ducks brought in
mli and his party
big score, notwith-
that Allie Riera and
104 of these ducks.
turkeys were WV. P.
nzalez., and William

cans, fresh
pound, any
Acosta. 14th

)ecans are

ge. bath and
pply 220 W.

"I could



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,Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Parker, of Mus-
cogee, were among the registered
guests at the Merchants yesterday.
J. N. GilliUs of rewton, was a busi-
ness visitor to smaeola yesterday.

H. C. Packard has purchased from
Fred. W. Marsh the handsome resi-
dence formerly occupied by Rev. Per.-
clval H. Whaley. and which will be
occuTpled by Mr. Packard and family.
* *
Thomas McMillan. who spent several
months in Ohio and other points, has
returned home.
* *
Jno. W. Burge, of Mobile, is among
the business visitors to the city.
* *
R. C. Packard is in Georgia on busi-
ness. while H. C. Packard spent yes-
terday in Selma.
0 0
Mary Thorsen, white, who has been
before Recorder Johnson on several
occasions, was yesterday sentenced to
.0 days in jail for being drunk, cursing
* *
For resisting arrest, cursing and
using obscene language, Recorder
Johnson sentenced John Littlefleld,
white, an ex-blue jacket and former

Knew How to Keep Peace in Family.
It is quite significant. the number of
'persons who get well of alarming heart
troubles when they let up on coffee
and use Postum as the beverage at
m eals.
There is nothing surprising about it
however, because the harmful ae.saloid
In-'coffee-caffeine-is not present in
Postum, which is made of clean, hard
*'Two years ago I was having so
much trouble with my heart." writes a
lady in Washington. "that at times I
!elt quite alarmed. My husband took
me to a specialist to ha e my heart
"The doctor said he could find no or
ganic trouble but said my heart was
irritable from some food I had been
accustomed to eat, and asked me to
try and remember wnat disagreed
with me.
"I remembered that coffee always
soured on my stomach and caused me
trouble from palpitation of the heart.
So I stopped coffee and began to use
Post urn. I have had no further
trouble since.
"A neighbor of ours, an oM man.
was so irritable from drinking coffee
that his wife wanted him to drink Pos-
tum. This made him very angry, but
his wife secured some Postum and
made it carefully according to direc-
"He drank the Postum and did not
know the difference, and is still using
i t to his lasting benefit. He tells his
wife that the coffee is better than it
used to be. so she smiles with him
and keeps peace in the family by serv-
ing Postum instead of coffee." "There's
a Reason."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek. Mich. Read "The Road to
Wellville" in pkgs.
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human

at 8 p. m.

hotel cook, to 30 days in jail. Little-
field was arrested by Police Officer
To serve thirty days in Jail or leave

the city at once, was the alternative
given James Edwards, white, yester-
day by the city recorder. Edwards,
who was charged with being a vagrant,
took advantage of the latter and is
said to have left the city.
* a
The case of Louis Vasso, proprietor
of a store at the corner of Gadsden
and Alcaniz streets, who is charged
with selling tainted oysters, was again
postponed in the recorder's court yes-
terday morning. It will be called this
Twenty-seven cases were docketed
for trial in the recorder's court yes-
terday morning. Sixteen defendants
were found guilty, four were discharg-
ed and five cases were continued.
Fines to the amount of $80 were as-
Hundreds of housekeepers Aill be
satisfied only with Blue Ribbon Vani--
la or Lemon. Quality counts and wins
out in the end.

If you want dry Block
Wood, Call Phone 719 or 177.

Where is the Man?



Artillerymen Under


tion of Lieut. Dunahue,
Peparing For Event.

The Best Cough Cure
A half-ounce of Virgin' Ol of Pine. two
ounces of Glycerine and a half-pint of
Whisky, mixed, will cure any cough that
s curable and break a .cold in 24 hours.
Take a teaspoonful every four hours. Ask
your druggist or the genuine Leach's
Virgin 0 of Pine compound pure. pre-
pared and guaranteed by the Leach
Chemical Co., Cincinnati, 0.

Every day. The Escambia
Oyster Depot has moved to
112 South Palafox St., Phone



Corrected List Shows

publican Majority



From 57 to 47.

A special from Washington says:
Clerk McDonald of the house of
representatives has issued an official
list of members elected to the sixty-
first congress, corrected to date.
There still remains one district-the
First Rhode Island-where the result
of the election has not been settled.
A recount is in progress and at the
latest report William P. Sheffield, Re-
publican, was 41 votes ahead of his
Democratic opponent, David L. D.
Granger, the sitting member. Mr.
Sheffield's name is carried on the list,
and including it the next house will
consist of 219 Republicans and 172
Democrats, a Republicans majority ol
When the first session of the Six-
tieth Congress closed there was a Re-
publican majority of 57, with two va-
cancies from the First Louisiana and
Thirteenth Indiana districts. Since
then five other vacancies have oc-
currred, and all were filled at the re-
cent election, as follows:
First ILouisiana-Albert Estopinal,
Democrat, vice Adolph Meyer, Demo-
crat, deceased.
Thirteenth Indiana-George A. Barn-
hart. Democrat, vice Abraham L.
Brick, Republican, deceased.
Second Alabama-O. C. Wiley, Dem-
ocrat, vice A. A. Wiley, Democrat, de-
Second Maine-John P. Swassey. Re-
publican, vice Charles E. Littlefleld,
Republican, deceased.
Fourth Maine-F. E. Goursney, Re-
publican, vice L. Powels, Republican,
North Dakota (at large)-Eben VW.
Martin, Republican, vice William II.
Parker, Republican, deceased.
Fourth New York-Otto G. Foelker,
Republican, vice Charles T. DunweP,
Republican, deceased.
These changes make a total of 22.3
Republicans and 168 Demdecrats, who-
will sit in the final session of the Six-
tieth or present congress-a Republi-
can majority of 57.
The following shows the gains made
by the two parties in the several stat-es
where changes occurred in the t :al
number of Representatives:
Colorado. three Democrats: Illinoi.,
one Democrat: Indiana. seven Dem.)-
crats; Kentucky, one Democrat; Mis:-
souri, two Republicans; Nebraska, tw.
Democrats: New Jersey, one Repuili-
can; North Carolina. three Republ-
cans: Ohio, three Democrats; Okla-
homa, two Democrats: Pennsylvania.
two Democrats; Rhode Isdand. one
Democrat: Wisconsin. one Democrat.
The senate in the Sixty-first con-
gress will consist of sixty Republicans
and thirty-two. Democrats, the choice

of Governor Chamberlain by the state
primary in Oregon and the election of
a Democratic legislature fn Indian.
having cost the majority party its two-
thirds control of the Senate. Colora-
do. which was expected to sedd a Re-
publican in -place of senator Teller.
Democrat. also disappointed the mac-
agers. Their only gain was in Ken-
tucky, where a coalition of Republic ins
and half a dozen Democrats at outs
with their party on the liquor question
sent ex-Governor W. 0. Bradley. Re-
publican. to the senate to succeedd Sen-
ator McCreary, Democrat.
How to Act.
"You didn't seem to enjoy your din-
"No,' answered Mr. Cumrox. "I con-
fess I was wondering about how much
I ought to give the waiter. You see.
if you give a waiter too little he snubs
you, and if you give him too much hc
knows you are a stranger in the place
and scorns you anyhow."-Washing-
ton Star.

The following will take part in the FOR PIMPLES. 100
minstrel performance to oe given in
the gymnasium at Fort Barrancas New Discovery Cures Eczema and
which will be presented under the di-
rection of Lieut. Donahue and compos- Eradicates Minor Skin Trouble
ed of men stationed at the fort. The Overnight.
date of the performance has not been A few months ago the dispensers of
announced, but it will occur previous poslam, the new discovery for the
to Christmas day. P poslam, the new discover for the
Newsboys Quartette-Private John-cure of eczema decided to allow the
son, lead, Private Wiley. tenor: Pri- druggists of the country to handle it.
vate Roberts, baritone; CorporalI Previous to that time it could only be
French, bass. obtained direct from the laboratories.
End Men-Corporals Gray, French,i Since this change in the method of
Kennedy, Musician O'Neil. Privatesdistribution. poslam has met with ,ne
Wiley. Johnson. Steward. Newsom. most phenomenal success of anything
Interlocutor-Lieut. Donahue. j introduced to the drug trade in the
Buck and Wing Dancers-Privates last 30 years. All leading druggists.
Wiley and Johnson, Sergt. Ham. including The Crystal Pharmacy. Pen-
Orchestra-Navy Yard Band. sacola. are now carrying the special
Solos-Corporals French and Gray, 50-cent size recently adopted, also the
Privates Wiley. Johnson, SLeward. '$!2 Jar.
Comic sketch. song and jokes- This great success is not surprising
Privates Wiley and Johnson. when it is remembered that. in ecze-
Cornet solo-Musician O'Neil. ma cases, poslam stops the itching
Tambourines-Corporal Howell, and with firt application. proceeds to heal
Musician King. immediately. and cures chronic cases
in a few weeks. In minor skin
Where is the Man? troubles such as pimples, blackheads,
acne. herpes. blotches, rash, etc.. re-
True Sarcasm. suits show after an overnight appli-
Scribbler-Do you like my books? cation. Experimental samples of pos-
Funniman-I'm stuck on two of lam are sent to anyone by mail free
them. of charge, by the Emergency Labora-
Sribler-Which two? stories 32 West Twenty-fifth street.
Funniman-The two I bouehL Em KN

A Bit of History.
rveryr indn ry" has its pioneer day. andl
R IC It is during thee struggling times thPt ift
worth and merit are tested. The early his-
DI CTI/ I UI tory of Chamberlain's Cough Remedyhows
that, except in point of merit, it had no more
* a 11 1h I P ope of suoc than other similar prepare.
tions, which were startedatabout the me
time, but were never known outside of their
.own leaty a hav cessed IS OUR WATCHWORD.

S.R be manur ly Steo by p i ee e. We have taken one more step towardsuiccess.
11lly gainin in favor. Taken first, pei-
I, anD l l .II by "some family, whfou
S I I I ,it dit recom by them to a To-morrow we will open our SECOND STORE.
Sneighbor;, hey in turn pased it on to other
d for over thirty-five years i ; Co. Intendencia and Barcelona streets, (Carlson Gro-
Suit Was For the Death of o has i this manner been spreading Cmpany's old stand), with a complete line of
Engi-n eer_ Hall, Two the earth. Science and advanced medical n
Engineer Hall Two authority during all this time have failed to groceries. Call and see us.
produce a better remedy for coughs, colds
Years Ago and croup and today Chamberain's Cough
______ Remedy is enjoying the largest sale of any
similar prep a on othe market. This
CASE AGAINST THE LOUISVILLE success can be attributed to no other cause
than its. sterling worth. No matter how
A NASHVILLE CONSUMED ALL muchpromineuce an article may receive H
through the medium of advertising, it must
OF WEDNESDAY IN THE UNIT- betrustworthy to hold the confidence of theist to-morrow.
ED STATES COURT RESULTING public. In thousands of homthis remedy Look for Price List to-morrow.
ED STATES COURT, RESULTING s the main reliance of parents in attacks of
IN VERDICT FOR HALF AMOUNT croup. ,ot only does italways give prompt
relief but it is so pleasant to take that chil.
SUED FOR. dren ike it, and it countaiaeing that is -
in any way mDUfl A division near Cottondale and con- Florala and Mr. Smith wanted to get

The case of Mrs. Johnaie R. Hall
against the L. & N. railroaJ company
was concluded before Judge Oscar R.
Hundley in the United States Cir-
cuit court on Wednesday night, by the
jury rendering a verdict for Mrs. Hall
in the sum of $12,500.
Mrs. Hall's suit was on account of
the death: of her husband, caused by
a collision between L. & N. passen-
ger train No. 2 and an engine of the
company, of which Mr. Hail wa.; en-
gineer, at a place near the railroad
shops in this city on the night of Oc-
tober 18th. 1906.
R. P. Reese and J. P. Stokes were
the attorneys for Mrs. Hall. Blount,
Blount & Carter represented the com-
can't tell you in words what the trou-
ble is; but if its complexion gets
pasty, if it gets weaker and weaker,
loses flesh and is cross and peevish
you can be certain that it has worms.
Give it White's Cream Vermifuge,
guaranteed harmless. Expels the
worms and puts the baby in a healthy
normal condition.
Sold and recommended by W. A.
D'Aiemberte, druggist and apothecary,
1!1 South Palafox street Pensacola,

Mallory Council No. 12. Jr. Order
United American Mechanics, will meet
at K. of P. Hall Friday. Nov. 27. at
7:30 p. m. All those intending to be-
come charter members are requested
to attend.
J. F. DAVIS, Secty.



Boarding Cars of the L. &

N. Railroad in Sanitary


lDr. F. B. Bruce, city health officer,
in company with Dr. F. G. Renshaw,
the L. & N. physician and E. 0. Salt-
marsh, division superintendent of the
Louisville & Nashville railroad, and
City Sanitary Inspectors Bergin and
Neilson, yesterday morning visited the
cars in which the men recently
brought here from Louisville by the
Louisville & Nashville railroad com-
pany to take the places of the men
who left the employ of that company
are living.
Dr. Bruce visited the place in hi.
official capacity as city health officer
for the purpose of investigating the
sanitary conditions surrounding the
cars in which the imported men are
quartered. It was reported to the
city health officer that more men were
sleeping in the cars than were allow-
ed under the city sanitary ordinance.
Dr. Bruce inspected the cars by
himself. assisted by the sanitary in-
spectors and Dr. Renshaw. and Mr.
Saltmarsh took no part in the inspec-
tion on behalf of the city. They sim-
ply represented the railroad company.
Dr. Bruce has decided that the ;.ani-
tary ordinance is not being violated
and says that the conditions relative
to the sleeping ,nd other quarters are
good. He was Informed by the rail-
road officials in charge of the im-
ported men that each car is fitted
with sleeping accommodations for 14
men. but at no time has that number
of men occupied one car.
Dr. Bruce -aid that when the num-
ber of places. of vpetilation in each
car are considered it offs:es the lack
of space in each car necessary to
bring it up to the required number bf
cublic feet of space required utinder
the ordinance. Each car contains
four windows. two on -each side. ana
two doors. In the event of rain or
cold weather thuse places of ventila-
tion would havx to ;'e clo.ed, as no
shelter from rain or wind is other-
wise provided.
The city ordinance relative to this
matter, for a violation of which the
recorder can impose a fine not exceed-
ing $50(O or imprisonment of not more
than sixty days. or both. at the dis-
cretion of the recorder, i. as follows:
"Section 316. For the owners, les-
see. or keeper of any tenement house,
lodging house, boarding house, or
manufactory to cause the same to be
overcrowded, or cause or allow suc-h
a number of persons to dwell, be. or
-leep in such house, or any portion
thereof, as thereby: to cause any dan-
ger. or detriment to life or health:
or to cause, or permit any person or
persons, to dwell, be or sleep in any
room not having less than four hun-
dred (400) cubic feet of space for
each person being, dwelling or sleep-
ing therein."
Dr. Bruce said that the railroad
company informed him that any

change- suggested by him relating to
sanitary ma:t ers would be made.




Mysterious Movement of a

Surveying Party in Vi-

cinity of Graceville.

The Montgomery Advertiser of Sun-
day contained the following regarding
the Louisville & Nashville and St.
When President Milton H. Smith,
of the Louisville & Nashville, built
the Alabama and Florida division of
the M. and M. through the counties
of Covington. Geneva, etc., it was not
done solely for the purpose of develop-
ina4 southeast Alabama, one of the
richest and most fertile sections of
the state. There were millions of
feet of lumber to be hauled out by the
new road. it is true, and then again
the building of the road would cause
a lot of new sawmils and other enter-
prises to spring up on the line.
But the farseeing chief executive of
the Louisville and Nashville had even
a more important object in view than
that. When the Alabama and Florida
division was originally built the ter-
minus was supposed to be Geneva.
the thriving capital of the county of
that name. It was not very long af-
terward. however, before the road was
extended from Geneva to Graceville,
For the past few months the myste-
rious movements of a party of survey-
ors down in the territory below Grace-
ville have caused lots of gossip. Fro.n
the lines that they have run it is pret-
ty certain that President Smith and
the Louisville & Nashville people are
making for St. Andrews bay or some
point on the coast, and this was evi-
dently the original idea of Mr. Smith
when the Alabama and Florida divis-
ion was projected.
The route that will finally be adopt-
ed has not been decided on as yet,
but there seems to be no doubt of the
fact that the president of the Louis-
tille & Nashville is seeking another
deep water outlet. From Graceville
to Cottondale. a station on the Pensa-
cola and Atlantic division of the
Louisville and Nashville, the distance
Is very short and not many miles of
track would have to be built to com-
plete the connection.
Along the eastern side of the Chat-
tahoochee river there Is a railroad
known as the Apalachicola Northern.
running from River Junction down to
the town of Apalachicola at the mouth
of the Apalachicola river and on the
bay of the same name. Now River
Junction is the terminus of the P. and
A. division of the L. and N., and by ex-
tending the line .from Graceville to
Cottondale the tracks of the P. and A.
could be used to River Junction. It
is barely possible that the Louisville
and Nashville will'eventually get hold
of the Apalachicola Northern's seventy
one miles of road. or even if they only
make traffic arrangements it would
give the Louisville and Nashville vir-
tually a line from Montgomery to Ap-
alarlchicola and by the building of an-
other short line it would put them
right in the St. Andrews bay terri-
Another plan that has been project-
ed is to build straight 'lown from
Graceville. cross the line of the P. and
I -

We extend to the ladies of
Pensacola an invitation to call
at Watson, Parker & Reese
Co.'s store In the afternoon and
sample our Celebrated Brand

Jackson Square

This coffee is packed in seal-
ed cans, and has a reputation of
being a blend of the finest coft
fees that are grown.

Importers Coffee Co.,
Ltd., New Orleans, La.
Lewis Bear Co.,

tinue the construction of the new
line straight to St. Andrews bay or
some point along that coast.
Atlanta and St. Andrews Bay.
From Doitan on the line of the At-
lantic Coast Line. there is a road
known as the Atlanta anI St. An-
drews Bay railroad. It is eighty-three
miles in length and runs from Dothan
to Panama City. near St. Andrews
bay, on that coast. This road crosses
the P. and A. division of the Louisville
and Nashville at Cottondale, having
its own line straight on to Panama
City and the St. Andrews Bay coast.
Everything would be simplified if the
Louisville and Nashville could get
hold of the Atlanta and St. Andrews'
Bay railroad or even that part of it
from Cottondale to the St. Andrew;
bay coast. But from what is known of
A. B. Steele, president of the Atlanta
& St. Andrews Bay. it is more than
,probable that the road will remain
the independent line that it is now for
some time to come. This line was
originally a very small lumber road,
running out from the saw .oill of tae
German-American Lumber Co., and
the only means of transporting the
millions of lumber waq over this in-
significant road.
For several years the lumber peo-
ple had been exporting all of their
high-grade yellow pine lumber, but
millions of the lower grade yellow pine
that could not be exported had simply
to lay on the ground at the mill and
rot on account of the fact that there
was no railroad connection. When the
present Atlanta and St. Andrews road
was extended and connection had with
the sawmill at Millville Junction, near
their mill, new machinery was bought
for the mill and the manufacture of
yellow pine for the interior trade gone
into on a large scale.
To show the determination and per-
tinacity of the owners of tie proper-
ty when there was some hitch in re-
gard to traffic arrangements with oth-
er roads they bought the steamship
Manteo to carry their lumber to Mo-
bile, Pensacola and points along the
bay. Since the .completion of the
railroad, however, it makes them vir-
tually independent, though the steam-
ship traffic still goes on. the line being
called the Mobile and Gulf steamhbip
company, an adjunct of the St. An-
drews Bay Railroad and the German-
American .Lumber Co.
Some idea of the magnitude of the
corporation can be had when it is
stated that they own something like
130.000 acres of yellwo pine timber
in the territory around Panama City,
the terminus of the railroad, the mill
being about one mile north of Pana-
ma City. The country south of Cot-
tondale, the crossing of the Pensa-
cola division of the L. and N.. is yet
virtually undeveloped. For about 40
mile the line of the Atlanta and St.
Andrews Bay road runs through a
solid body of virgin long leaf yellow
This immense tract of timber ex-
tends for nearly -forty miles in an
easterly direction and about thirty
miles in a westerly direction. Prom
this one can judge of the vast amount
of yellow pine timber waiting for the
sawmill men to develop, and at the
;ame time it is easily seen what Pres-
ident Smith. of the Louisville and
Nashville wants to get Into the heart
of this veritable gold mine for.
Something of the Bay.
St. Andrews Bay is a beautiful
body of water, covering something
like sixty square miles. It is almost
land-locked and inside the bay thewa-
ter is from thirty-five to sixty feet in
depth. The main body of water at
East Bay where Panama City is locat-
ed is about of the same depth, while
portions of West Bay are shallow but
with an average of between thirty to
forty feet. It is a magnificent fishing
ground, and since the completion of
the Atlanta and St. Andrew; Bay road
the fish industry has developed very
rapidly. From one to two ears of fish
are shipped out daily over the line,
being turned over to the Adantic
Coast Line at Dothan. that road and
the Central of Georgla distributing
them to points along their lines and
beyond, a great many of the St. An-
drew- hay fish coming to the dealer
in Montgomery.
Leaving out the fact of all the in-
dustries mentioned above, the ultimate
object of Mr. Steele Is to build an
extension of his road from Dothan uIp
through the counties of Dale, Bullock.
Macon and Lee to a junction with the
Western of Alabama at Opelika. At
this point the object is to secure
trackage arrangements with the West-
ern into Atlanta. thus giving a line
from Atlanta to the St. Andrews Bay
country. This does not look as if it
would be an easy matter for Mr.
Smith to get hold of the Atlanta and
St. Andrews Bay railroad, and even if
he goes into the St. Andrews Bay
country over his own line he is lia-
ble to have a fight for the territory.
But the taciturn president of the
Louisville & Nashville as a general
rule, brushes obstacles out of his
path. and in the end gets what he
starts out for. A tew years ago a
branch of the Alabama and Florida
division was built from Opp down
through the vast timber country in
Conecuh county to the big Lockhart

mills and on to Florala. a little town
on the Alabama and Florida line.
There was no way of getting out of

a connection through the Florida
country to his Pensacola division.
The only outlet was an insignificant
lumber road-the Yellow River rail-
road-which straggled off Into the
wilds and lost itself. Mr. Smith see-
ing a chance of getting out of Florala,
bought the Yellow River ruad. had it
all repaired, picked up the end that
was lost in the wilds and extended it
to Crestview on the line of the Pensa-
cola division. This gave him a choice
of several routs. Either from River
Junction. the terminus of the Pensa.
cola division. around by Pensacola
and Flomaton to the main line of the.
Mobile and Montgomery. or traffic
could be diverted at Crestview, sent
through by Florala. Opp. Georgiana
and the main line of the M. and M.
from Georgiana to Montgomery and
the big distributing points.
River Junction Terminus.
If the gap between Gracveille and
Cottondale is filled in it will give
still another route from River Junc-
tion through Graceville. Geneva. Anda-
lusia, Georgiana and on to Montgom-
ery. River Junction. the terminus of
the Pensacola division of the L. -
N., is also the terminus 3f branches
of the Seaboard Air Line and the At-
lantic Coast line. It Is on .ie Chatta-
boochee river and the station on the
west side of the bridge is called Chat-
tahoochee, while the station on the
east side of the bridge is known as
River Junction.
On the other side of the bridge the
branches of the Seaboard and Atlan-
tic Coast Line touch nearly every
point in that section of Florida. It is
from the east side of the river bridge
that the St. Andrews Bay Nort'era
begins Its journey to Apalachicola.
The coast of St. Andrews bay seems
to have been a mecca for railroad pro-
moters during the *past few years.
Some years ago a railroad was pro-
jected to run from Atlanta to St. An-
drews Bay, going by Eutala. The only
work that was ever done on the pro-
ject was to build a part of the road-
bed over near Pittsview in Russell
county. The right of way any every-
thing had been granted but unfortu-
nately the money necessary to con-
tinue the road gave out, and since
the Gulf and St. Andrews Bay rail-
road has been a memory. It all goes
to show, however, that far-seeing rail-
road men realize the possibilities oC
the St. Andrews Bay country.
From the present outlook the Louis.
ville and Nashville will "have a Bume
her of deep water sports In this seo.
tion. They already have the magnif-
icent wharfage facilities at Peasaoolft
and it the St. Arlews bay project
goes through it will give them another
outlet to the Gulf. From Bay MI.
nette on the main line of the Mobile
and Montgomery division the L. an4
N. has built a line thirty-five mtleq
to Foley, and while that he term
nus at present It is a afct that the ob-
ject of the branch being originalIl
built was to get to Fort Morgan an4
secure another deep water harbor&
From Foley over to Fort Morgan 1i
only a. short distance, and te gap will
be filled in just at the minute tha*
it is needed. When the Panama can-
al is completed the wisdom of Mr.
Smith in reaching all the ports that
he can will be seen.

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were murder and the destruction of
property all over the republic. To
stop it, Diaz nationalized the police
tfrce of Mexico. Mexico is a repub-
lic, in name, but Diaz is a dictator
more absolute than the czar of Russia.
'here is order in Mexico because Diaz
can put a bayonet against every man's
throat in the republic within a few
hours. Is it not about time that all
of us say and agree, once for all and
forever, that the arms of the law
should he strengthened and held up by
every man. and that he who falls to
do this is a traitor to the state? ift
we do not do this we will be lost in
the wreck of our own civilization.
The question of the Commercl:Ap-
peal is a pertinent one. Must we have
a Diaz in this country to save us from
our own lawlessness?
As the machinery of Justice is at
present organized it is failing every
day to do the work for which it was
created; mobocracy rules the land and
It may be that the reaction will put an
autocrat in power.
If-we can't save ourselves; if we can't
enforce our own laws; if we are so
steeped in selfish commercialism and
Our public sentiment is so contempt-
ibly weak and inert that it can do
nothing for the salvation of society
left a helpless prey to its baser ele-
iaents then that autocrat is sure to
come, as he did for Mexico. as he did
for Prance and as he has always done
tor nations and peoples at critical pe-
riods ia their careers all through the
course of history.
And when he does come he may not
be careful of our -boasted constitution-
al rights and will treat with scant
courtesy all the innumerable motions
and writs and exceptions and learned
Pleadings of the lawyers: but at least
he will give our communities protec-
tion against lawless mobs. make short
work or the murderers and night-
riders. and otherwise bring about a
peaceful and orderly state of society.
reasonably safe from the ravages of
lagrant crime.
And that's more than we are getting
tow with all our constitutional rights
In full -bloom.

Uncle Joe Cannon has prevented
the possible breach between himself
and President-elect Taft by agreeing
to use his influence for such revision
of the tariff as his party demRands.
This insures his re-election to the
speakership but when he is once se-
cure in that seat such revision as he
will agree to is not likely to disturb
the "infant Industries" in their con-
tinued depredations upon the consum-
ers of manufactured products. Uncle
foe knows wV'o put up the money to
win the late republican victory and
be knows what a republican congress
is reuired to do by its masters in
thel. manufacturing districts.

We have had much talk for years
about the manufacture of paper from
cotton stalks, but, like the cotton-
picking 'machine, it has failed to ma-
terialise. At last there seems to be a
Mi ecLt. The Bureau of Manufac-

Andrew Carnegie made three hundred
millions out of steel under the high
tariff and now that he has retired and
doesn't desire any more wealth he
wants the tariff on steel abolished. So
do we, but we are a dimmycrat, where-
as Andy is a republican and a mighty
mean one at that. He's gone square
back on his old pals in the steal bus-
iness (we're sometimes reckless in
our spelling). but being rich he can
afford It, and the world will ,tand for
it. for riches have a mantle broader
even than that of charity.

The path to greatness so often leads
through the country newspaper office
in these modern times that -we are
never surprised now when we hear
that a great man got his start as a
country editor. We find a striking
proof of this in a recent dispatch f(enm
Des Moines, Iowa, which says:
The election of F. F. Oarroll gover-
nor of Iowa directs attention to the
Davis County Republican, a country
newspaper which has sent out four of
Iowa's most prominent men. Carroll
was once editor of this paper. J. A.
T. Hull, just elected to congress, was
also once editor dt the Republican.
Hon. John Hamilton. defeated in the
gubernatorial primary race, and Hon.
Jas. B. Weaver. political reformer and
lecturer, described by W. J. Bryan as
A "John the Baptist", were also etitors
of the paper.
The best suggestion for a war me-
morial that shall symbolize a reunited
country and help perpetuate the fame
of the two greatest military leaders
of the civil vwar at the same time is
that which calls for a joint monument
of heroic size to the memory of Grant
and Lee at that terrible spot on the
Wilderness battlefield in Virginia
known as the Bloody Angle. The val-
or of both armies and the qualities
of both generals, were never better
illustrated than there and the Virginia
veterans are taking hold of the sug-
gestion with enthusiasm.

A notable instance of what a south-
ern man of the modern type can do
without other capital for a starter
than his native energy, ability and am-
bition is furnished by Richard Tillis,
of Coffee county, Alabama. He start-
ed not many years ago 'n a littlC
country store in that county, and kept
on mounting up and "branching out."
The other day he bought the entire
street railway system of Montgomery.
the capital of his native state, a prop-
erty worth more than a million dol-
lars. And that is only one of his large
investments. There was a time when
high lineage, wealth and culture were!
thought indispensable to start a young
fellow off right for great achievement,.
but in these leveling. strenuous days
it is the Inherent power of the man
that counts and brings the results.
not the adventitious aids that were
formerly so effective.

Fetching features that
fetch business is why people
prefer the Empire Laundry.

Hunt Him Down as a Criminal. years. It is reported that. at each
There is one sort of man that we election. Mr. Calhoun had opposition
firmly believe should be t:uppressed but secured roe-election every time.
in a -ivilized community and he is 1 'lat an endorsement is this to win
the man who totes a pistol. The li- and maintain from one's people
ceinse to tote should very rartly he through more than three decades of
given any man. and the toter of the the uncertain and fickle developments
concealed gun should be hunted down of politics.-Tampa Tribune.
as a criminal. He is a violator of the We Would Have All Mourned.
law. He carrie, that gun dither with Mdltor Hetherligton says Milton A.
the intent to use it on occasion, or Smith, who bought the Tallahassee
with the instinct of murder secreted True Democrat recently, was in Iake-
in his heart. just as the gun is se- land before he went to Tdllahassee
created on his person, and upon what and offered to buy the News. but was
he considers the great provocation, told it was not for sale. Glad it was
which the public general considers not. There wou h have been mourn-
of the slightest, he pulls -?at pistol ing in editorial sanctums if the News
and wreaks his murderous intent, had been sold, if such sale should
That .man, so armed, is superiorr to have resulted in the elimination of
other men about him. holds himself su- F. Hetherington from the roll of
petnor to the law and is a menace to Florida editors, even if :ie was suc-
society. The penalty for the offender needed by such an experienced and
should be increased to a big fine and able newspaper man as Mr. Smith is.
imprisonment for a long time.-Or- It was bad enough to lose John G.
land Reporter-Star. Collins, but he intended, we under-
The Ladies Make it More Attractive, stand. to retire anyhow.-Jackson-
Kissimmee has organized a brass ville Times-Union.
band of over twenty pieces. That is Land of Oil as Well as Flowers.
nothing so umtsual. Other small cities The Quincy Moon of November 13
get up hands. But the distinguisiing contained an interesting article on the
point about Kissimmee's brass band carboniferous, aluminous and bitu-
is that eight ladies are named among minou. outcrops of that vicinity, to-
the fourteen cornet and horn players. gether with the "gas blisters." W'aich
one of the two clarinet players is a it declares exist In Florida. as well as
lady and so is the snare drummer- in the oil producing regions of the
ten ladies among the twenty-three country. These "'gas blisters" are
performeri A good band is always formed, it explains, by the country
a great addition to the life of a town rock being forced up by the accumu-
and one with so many ladies among nation of natural gas under the strata
its personnel siouki be very attract- and when tapped always are found
ive.-Ja(d.sonville Times-Union. full of gas. sometimes under high


npunrLmIm 31 T MORNING rCIPT IrMONAT Frank Drew's Fernandina Extension. the affair, and refused to be dislodged
--- -- Talk of the extension of the Drew from his position. Johns Is a very
THE JOURNAL COMPANrailroad to Fernandina ha bee re- large man and when the conductor
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. vived and it is now belieed that as called on Marshal Bull for assistance
I soon as business settles down to nor- that officer found him immovable and
rMal conditions t-ais much-desired line in turn called for assistance. While
FA K L. MATZO, Pmeld-"( t *a l M er M will be built. Mr. Drew is an untir- this was going on the younger Johns
Ing worker and these best acquaint- threatened to shoot anyone who in-
ed with him are convinced that he will terfered. and the elder Johns whipped
7WO VUM& i s not relax his efforts until he has out a long and ugly looking weapon.
Schiewd succesi.-Fernandina Rec- The 'bystanders, however, proved to
SUBSCRIPTION RATES od. be plucky, and quite a number of them
011 Ytr. .. .......... 0 One Mth .. 45 sWe have never heard Mr. Drew closed on in the two men and over-
Six .. .... .. .. 5 .... .. .. say s e had given up building his road powered them and disartned them be-
aIft ngtis.. .. ... 0 .. 1w2 50 400W ............1 to Fernandina. No one, howeverlex- fore they had time to use their weap-
pected him to attempt to complete ons. They were then taken to the
the extension of his road during the sit jail and locked up. Besides a
rho g- l a l $ panic, but now that business condi- wearing to the charge of disorderly
tions have improved, we hope the conduct and resisting an officer they
ffmr s r m oe *r ^work of extending the road to Fer- conduct and resisting an officer hey
Snandina ay bere d ewill be tried for carrng concealed
SnOak Democrat.n reweapons, the punishment for which.
SOfflces-JeuSral Buildlng-Comer of emcrat under the law, is quite severe.-Ocala
I[*B Intendeonca and DeLuna ts. I What's the Matter With McKenzie? Banner.
'"'hat's the matter with Mc-Kenzi .It All Depends on the Man.
of the Palatka Herald for speaker ofT
Phone: Editorial Roo 38. Business Ofice 1500. the house of representatllves.-Jack I Much depends on the man. F. R.
sonvile Floridian. Not a thing in McCormack went to Live Oak a few
*'. the world the matter with Mr. M Ken- years ago and s oon had one of the
zie, and if he wants to be speaker mohst prosperous papers in the state.
PE'.SACOLA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 27, 1S08. im, will have a lot of friends to help -hen ne left is a year ago it was n
him. He would make a splendid pre- daily and from that it was rn down
-- siding officer.-Live Oak Democrat. to next to nothing when he again as-
Shall We tnres in Washington City has been sumed charge a few weeks ago. It is
informed that a company ha been Just What We Thought. making rapid strides now and will
cavep ay? cen The complete return, from Suwan- soon be as good as when he left it.
Have a Diaz? capitalized In Atlanta. Ga., at $500,- nee county show that all three of the As it is in the newspaper business
The Memphis Commercial Appeal 000 for the purpose of converting the proposed constitutional amendments so it is in other lines. We often re-
stands in the forefront of Southern cotton stalks into paper and we may were defeated by a large majority. to ceive letters asking if there is an
urnallsm and represents the best soon expect to see the process In 3p- nuch the worse for Suwanee county- opening in Wauehula for such and
o m -and tne rest of us.-Pensacola Jour- such a business or profession. It
Elements of the Southern people in ration. It is claimed that paper can nal. all depends on the man. If he is
their relation to the large problems be made in that, way at a cost of $1Z The fact that it was generally un- made out of the right stuff he will
which are threatening the very foun- per ton. We have cotton stalks galore derstood that the adoption of the make an opening for himself most
dations of our civilization. Like all down south, at present good for noth- txaiendmes would mean increased anywhere.-Wauchula Advocate.
thoughtful Southern papers the Corn- ing, and if they can be utilized in of t fe amendments in Suwannee Poor Roads Worse Than Bonds.
merelal-Appeal is profoundly moved this way it will add considerably to county.-Live Oak Democrat. Escambia county doesn't want any
by the unchecked pretalence of crime the income of the cotton grower and oand Good Prices. lug fundsissuedfo mrove her roapose of ras-
all over the country and especially of eapen e price of paper. Frank Hunt sold the corn he show- only 223 voted for bonding the county
that type of crime here in the South ed here from "iis $25 prize winning and 970 agahist. Better have a bonded
which openly despises the law and de- About all of the turkey I1 this coun- acre for seed to D. Work, J. L. Lang- debt than poor roads, which decrease
try was utilized yesterday except its ley and Will Steele at a good price, valuations of property.-Jacksonville
eas its officers. Concluding a strong gobble, and even much of that was and has sold his entire crop from Metropolis.
article on the subject that paper says: put Into doggeel rhyme that acre. 80 1-4 bushels, at $2.50 per Beats All Cottn.
We cannot denounce crime today bushel for seed. He gets for this t Beat Allnee Cotty farmers say they.
and condone crime tomorrow. We acre of corn $200 besides the $25 uwane county farmers sy they
must not permit. for any cause, a sues What a boom Joe Bailey of Texas the Breeze gave him and is very well have made splendMi crops of potatoes
pension of the forms of the law. We might now have as a southern man satisfied with ris venture, and the and sugar cane this year. and are
caM not excuse one crime though it is for presMeat next time if he had only Breeze feels about as good over the selling the same at good prices. Both
outcome of this contest as he can. are much less trouble in cultivating
aud by another crime. We not declined to look o the oil when it Right now we wat him to begin on than cotton, and if not old they can
accept the philosophy of Christ today was greasy! the contest for next year. We want be eaten. Cotton can only be soM by
Sorrowthe prom ctinastof aside Devil ruto; to keep the interest up to white heat the farmer.-Jacksonville Metropolis.
that comes from Heaven, when it suits One of the delightful privileges and in a few years the prize winnsI Rare Testimonial of Honesty.
us, and substitute the law of Hell, it which wealth brings is that you can will be figuring on from 150 to 20t Few men are given such testlmon-
will be only a short time until we aord to wear old clothes nd "sho- buels per acre. It can be done. The als of honesty and trus worthiness
hall have onlya short time until we afford to wear old clothes d "sho k- reeze stands ready to make good a. that possessed by John C. Calhoun.
country to be Mexcanlzedarth. b saved thing bad hats and be as inconsistent on any one of the three propositions of Taylor county, who has held the
from its own lawlessness? HWen Diaz you pleae n all thing. Your we made last wek.-DeFuniak office of clerk of the circuit court of
became the president of Mexico there money condones such shortcomings. Breeze. that county uninterrupterily for 32

fish reappeared, this time bearing two
mullets of about the same size, de-
livering them with much sidewlse
glancing at the fair beneficiary, and
ten took to the water with a hand-
Ispring flounce that took him twenty
feet offshore. He did not reappear,
but the young lady had her wish
about fried chub mullet. wnich she
declares was the first bite of fish she
had ever tasted, and she vows she
will never forget the kind offices of
the intelligent kingfish. This inci-
I dent is not paralleled by anything in
the recorded experience of fishing
parties in this vicinity. and it may
never happen again, but it is vouched
for by the young lady and her escort.
and the fish would no doubt add his
affidavit but for his modern desire to
avoid disagreeable publicity.-Tantpa
A Lesson From Perry.
When saloons are properly regulat-
ed and kept within strict bounds, they
cease to be public nuisances and pro-
moters ot disorder and crime. The
Perry Herald calls attention to the
fact that two saloons have been in
operation there for over a month, since
the county changed from "dry" to
"wet." and that there is a "total lack
of drunkenness and rowdyism." The
Herald explains how this gratifying
state of affairs has been brought
about by saying that the police author-
ities of the town "began right when
the saloons were first opened by let-
ting everyone know that drunkenness
and rowdyism would not be tolerat-
ed." Hence. the town is "as orderly
and peaceable as before the saloons
began business." There is a lesson
in the experience of Perry for the au-
thorities as well as the saloonlsts of
other towns. Keep the saloons under
close surveillance, give the proprie-
tors to understand that no violations
of the law will be tolerated, and the
evil is mitigated to an extent that
silences much public criticism.-Tam-
pa Tribune.


Followed the Example of Some Man.
Pistol toting and gunning has even
reached the boys. Last Stmday a boy
13 and a man (?) were engaged in a
game of cards. not a great ways from
the city of Pensacola. A dispute arose
between the two players. An eleven-
year-old brother of the youthful sport,
who was looking on. seized a loaded
gun and shot the man to death. That
boy was only following the example of
some man. who is ever ready to take
life to vindicate his courage or avenge
a wrong. And yet we claim to be civil-
ized!-DeSoto County News.

Jacksonville Times-Union. *

For forty years the feeling that a
large number of the people of the
United States would be influenced by
sectional prejudice has kept the South
from claiming her share of the hon-
ors from Democratic conventions. Sup-
position has changed to certainty, and
now the fact that a large number or
the people of the United States are
influenced by sectional prejudice
should cause the South to step to the
front and take the lead.
In 1912 the democratic party should
nominate a southern man for president
in order to escape defeat due to tne
prejudice that exists between the
east and the west. No eastern mnan
can get the full party support in
western states; no western man can
get it in eastern states; and worse
still for the chances of the Democratic
nominee is the fact that the western
sentiment is supported by many east-
ern Democrats and the eastern senti-
ment by many Democrats in the west.
If a western Democrat were nomi-
nated at the insistence of the east
the' fact of his eastern support would
drive from him many western Demo-
crats. Reversing conditions many
eastern Democrats would refuse to
support an eastern democrat nominat-
ed to please the west.
The feeling of antagonism that now
exists between the east and the west
does not exist to as great an extent if
at all between eit-her the east or the

at the time. It would be a severe ar-
raignment of the northern people to
say that they would be prejudiceuw
against a man of southern birth.
But it has been demonstrated time
and again that sectional prejudice was
never as strong as supposed. Confed-
erate soldiers have represented east-
ern and western constituencies and
Union soldiers -have represented south-
ern constituencies in congress and in
no case was there any indication that
the place of birth was considered by
the voters.
A year or more ago the South was
urged by a number of northern papers
to put forward a candidate for presi-
dent. The movement in favor of M3r.
Bryan at that time had attained such
strength that the suggestion came too
late. It seemed to be made for the
purpose of side-tracking Mr. Bryan
and the south was not opposed to the
great Nebraskan. and did not lend
itself to the movement. Mr. Bryan
has made the race and has been de-
feated; the fight is open and the
south should not hesitate to enter it.

act, and because of his many political
defeats withdraw himself entirely from
public life. He, like Mr. Roosevelt, is
yet a comparatively young and ener-
getic man, and being a notably vigor-
ous and energetic one, is capable of
many more years of sustained effort.
That his great ambition to be presi-
dent of his country has been so often
frustrated must. of course, be disap-
pointing, even to one of his undoubted
fortitude and strength of character.
Such continued defeat woftld have ut-
terly crushed a man of less stamina
and high moral resolve. Mr. Bryan's
latest repudiation at the polls will
hardly militate against his future use-
fulness, whatever line of endeavor may
engage his attention. He is too strong
a man, too much wedded to an active
life to sink into a condition of Inoeu-
ous desuetude.
Whatever he may decide to do,
whether it is to lecture, to teach or
what not. the editor of the Commoner,
it can be felt sure. will have his time
well laid out. He will not be an idler
in the vineyard. And his work, what-
ever it may be, will directly or indi-
lr#' # #L

The Land Office Kept Busy. pressure, and indicate that petroleum west and the south. The old section- ...--.. Lw pruuucu V 0 goes 5 0 e
Residents of Washington. Jackson is not far away. Many of these gas alism has died away. The men who MR. BRYAN'S FUTURE. country at large. No man of Mr.
ani Calhoun county have been mak- blisters. it says. are mistaken for In- participated in the war have nearly Bryan's moral greatness can live anea
ing things interesting for the I S dian mounds. The Moon insists that all passed the age at which men are Mobile Herald. have his being in a country without
land office at Gainevill the past est Florida may yet prove to the considered available for a presiden- leaving this to bepr true, It is not materials. eel-
week. The entire force have been world that the land of flowers is also tial race. Since the advent of the ng this to be true It not material
kept h-usy.-Chiplev Verdict- a land of oil.-Jacksonville Times- twentieth century neither of the great Many people in various sections ofos to the particular vocation that he
kep usy. ipley ri.- Union. parties has nominated for the presi- the country would appear to be ex- may decide upon.
Proud of the Result. G dencv a man old enough to have tremely solicitous as to Mr. Bryan's
We feel justly proud of the result Give Us Our Dividends. fought in the war between the states. future-as to just what disposition he A splendid Stag 50c Table
in Washington count- last week. The Yes. Frank Clark is right. It may By 1912 it will have been twenty will. make of his time, supposing o? Dne o 3
official count completed Tuesdav he a tenet of the democratic party, years since the Democrats nominated course, that this is to hang heavily D'Ote Dinner 12 to 3 p. m.
shows that democrats carried every but as long as It is the policy of the a candidate old enough to have fought on his hands. Some. indeed. seem to Sundays at The Delicates-
offire that a candidate was out for. the government to give protection, we in the sixties and with one exception be somewhat grievously. exercised as
from constable up. And the Pops are foolish if we fail to take our dlv- twenty years since the republicans to whether he will preach, teach, go OppOSite posto Ce.
thought they had a chance to win, endss when they are offered us. Con- nominated one old enough. By 1912 upon the stage, or once-again attempt
too. 'Rah for old. Washington.--Chip- gressman Clark is rmpt now in a dem- the sixteen-year-old boy who went the political incline. "The El Proviso 5c Cigar
IyV Verdict. ocraticonventin ongress.whe re pre- into the army just In time to be mus- Mr. Bryan, regardless of whether is the best quality sroke in
S-- uttered out after the surrender will be he shAll realize any of these many
Better the Counterfelt the Worshes onl a hired servant of the e ople of 63 years old. OTly three presidents prophecies, will doubtless, as he has the United States. For sale
The Ppnsacola Journal publishes thlicscongressi-3il district. It q not beyond that age have been inaugurat- been for the past few years, continue
the following warning: "Tf you hap- always theories that send a man to nd e have en inaugura- been fo the afew ars contain by Imperial Cigar Stores.
pen to have a $5 bill about your per- congress. He has got to have votes ed. and two of them died soon after to be a very busy man. With his penial ig trs.
sen numbered D 4794;;a12 you may to get there.-Jardsonville Florilian. their inauguration, magnificent physical health and won- W t Mn
no ed i4ti;oua you ad d on terATe-rue sinle Fhritaor So the choice would not lie between derful mental attainments, Mr. Bryan Where is the Man?
know it Is a counterfeit, and don't A True Fish Story men who took part in the war but be- would be depriving the world of great
seek to pass it on yeorr neighbor nor A party of Tampa people camping tween men upborn or in their infancy benefit should he perform the Achilles Subscribe for The Journal.
teven yor enemy. It Is said to n er on Iongboat key the other day lad ,
the bs of ibe recent counterfeit.. a nice little adventure which is worth --
'That figur i aoaeasyetuosereme~m ber ehtording among the chronicles of
that no u7e has an excuse now for Brother ordan. In the iarty was a A. A A&&
being caught with a bad-that is a 'nice young lady from the north who,
good-counterfeit five of that descrip- was verv anxious to try some fried W
tion in his possession. It is some- chub mullet, of whieh she sad heard I I
the better a counterfeit is the worse desirable morsel, especially juicy and W HOE VER LIKES SIM PLICITY
it is. i-erateful to the palate. She lamented
Had Their Pistols, of Course. mule dene the k And massiveness in furniture will be pleased and delighted with our present
What came very near being a se like the other denizens of the waters Andh
ris affrayme dr er gaSo f Saerasota bay and she was airing Showing of handsome furniture for the home. It is not to be confounded with
rious affray occurred at the Seaboard her grievaices and regret to a nice
depot yeserdand afternoon. oh^essr young man. The pair *he e seated the ordinary kind usually offered the furmnture-buying public by the unscrupu-
were at the station to take the train as the young lady finished her talk loUs, but is the genuine quartered oak and mahogany built by the best furni-
for some point in South Florida. and in a very earnest and somewhat loudte makers in the world. Handsome bedroom suits for $5 to $10. Side-
the elder Johns became involved in an tone of voice she and her sort wereorld.Handsome bedroom units for $75 to $150. Side-
argument with the conductor, and somewhat surprised to see a lage boards at $45 to $65. Massive Rockers at $18 to $25.
while the argument was in progress klugfish approach the edge of the wa-__
he was standing on the car steps, ter. bearing in his mouth a young mul- .. .....
blockading the way. and preventing let about ten ineses in length. UHe
the passengers from either getting on nosed out of the water as far as he lo .
or off the car. The conductor told could, looking earnestly at the young 108-110 S. Palafox St.
him that be must not blockade the I lady" deposited the mullet on the Phone 149, Pensacola.
way: that he must get off the car en- sand and wiggled gently back into the
tirely or c o on the inside. Johns w at water- No sonuetr had the uoexpeeted - p- P- q I
refractory and persisted in debating prize been secured thas the gallant %I V WaWWWrWW^bw %4 W



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Edison Phonograph is not merely a children's plaything, though it Is
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playthings-but the Edison Phonograph plays wiTh the child.
That same Phonograph appeals to all the children, large and
small; to grown-ups as well as to children; to guests as well as to
the family. That is why every mother, every mistress of a home
and every hostess should have an Edison Phonograph.
Order by number only
1000B-Christ is Come......................... Edison Concert Band
1000S-Always Me ................................Byron G. Harlatn
10010-Taffy ............................................Ads Jones
10011--Pete Mignon (Oboe).................... Caesar Addimando
10012-When Darling Bess First Whispered Yes......Manuel Romain
10013-My Brudda Sylvest ........................Collins A Harlan
10014-Everybody Knows It's There ..............Edward M. Favor
10015-Fun in a Barber Shop (Banjo ................Vess L. Ossman
10016-Uncle Josh's Arrival in New York City.........Cal Stewart
10017-The Widow Dooley .............. Ada Jones and Len Spencer
10018-I'm Glad I'm Married...........................-Ed Morton
10019-In Lover's Lane .......................Ediso Conesrt Band
10020-The Sons of Uncle Sam......................Edward Meeker
10021-Last Day of School at Pumpkin Centre ..........Cal Stewart
10022-My Rocy Rambler .................Billy Murray and Chorus
10023-Kentucky Patrol ............. American Symphony Orchestra
10024-Yours is Not the Only Aching Heart........James F. Harrison
10025-Oh, You Coon.................. Ada Jones and Billy Murray
10026-What You Goin' to Tell Old St. Peter?........Arthur Collins
10027-Song of the Mermaids........... Venetian Instrumental Trio
10028-1 Don't Want the Morning to Come............ Frederio Rose
100R9-Se De I ............... ........... Knickerbocker Quartette
10030-Chrstmas Morning at Clancy's.................Steve Porter
10031-Uncle Sam's Postman March............Edison Mliitpry Band
Edison Four-Minute Amberol Records for Dec., 1908.
51-Overture, "The Year 1812"..............Edison Concert Bard
52-Ask Mammy .................... ........Manuel Remain
53-Miserere from "II Trovatore"......./...........
Miss Hinkle, Mr. Anthony 4 Chorus
54-A Few Short Stories.................... Marshall P. Wilder
55-When Grandma Was a Girl ......................Ada Jones
56-Spring. Beautiful Spring .... American Symphony Ortheetra
57-Stories About the Baby...................Marshall P. Wilder
58-Grandma ................................... Byron G. Harlan
59-The County Fair at Pumpkin Center............Cal Stewart
60-I'm Afraid to Come Hoeme in the Dark--Humoresque
N. Y. Military BInd
Mail Orders Promptly Filled.

The Clutter Music House




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LtA~ Afternoom Reception at First Presbyterian Church parlors. *
Tuesday Afteraoon Club; bieute, Mrs. 3. D. Merritt, Romana *
Otrnt, 3:30 p. A*.
S ^ of Tb'" -- Morning BW.e dcub; ostkrz, MiU Hilda0
LIWbre, 7W 4L. 1 :
(* we-Scdol vding, 219 N. Cevalos street, mia.
4** .****** ***********

Saks me heow
like her dress. ,
And 1 allow
Its tastetalaess.*
I tell hter, too.
The fit is great-s
1 which I do
3' tasteful, but
1he taste is bad.
The way It's cut
Is very d. '
The style is "yap",
The It's s joke.
I's like an ap-
009ectlc stroke.
/ hy should I lie?
I'm pretty deep--
SAlmighty sly.
That dress was cheap.
Avoiding strife
I've often lied.
I But then, .my wife
Is satisfied.
Mr. J. W. Packard of Toledo, Ohio,
osecompanied bY his niece, Miss Smith,
f Caicaao. arrived in the city yes-
rdla aa4 winll remain for the winter
msMd. They will prove valued ad-
Ittions tO the already large list of lo-
4 tOrist, wboae intenltion is to
*o or the balmy Florida winter.
A large number of Penascola per-
Slos were present at the Armory hall
ast night, the Penskcola Concert
bead having conducted a very son-
eeestul event, the proceeds of whiet
are to be given to the Pearl Egan
The baoI fs onet of the most lpopu-
lr musical organizations ever sup-
qarted-by Pensacola. and the worthy
object Ina view last night was the cause
ot much favorable comment. The
Pearl Egan home. which Is an insti-
ties to which Pensacola may well
take pride, was the recipient of sev-
eral Tmank giving favors among lo-
cal public lastitutions yesterday.
!VTh School Anrovement rssoci
today at Seb8ol No. 1 at 3 o'clock. A
full membership is requested to be
In attendance, as subjects of vital im-
IPrtae to the club will be tnder dis-
ncuston. .The meeting is a postponed
seetlns. on account of the fact that
It was impossible to hold the regular
session last Friday.
Mr. 0. F. Compton of Troy. and Miss
Mae Beasley of Milton, were united
I marriage at. the Pensacola union
epot yesterday at 11:30 a. -.. Judge
Kichelsen officiating. After the cer-
lamony..the newly married couple pro-
eeeded to Troy. where the groom is:
prominently known, being the son of
a stock raiser and planter. The wed-
Ming was th" culmination of a pretty

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tlans In this country fnr yells and Is a
regular presertptlon. It Is composed of
the beet tonic* known, .oomhInid With the
boat blood purifiers. acting directly on the
S mucous aurfa'es. The perfect corbihlna-
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nold b ,rui~,lm ts, price ,c.
TakLe Hall's amUy Pills for conetlpa-

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"Light Dieting

for a few days now since.
the Thanksgiving festi-
val'"-that's what our
doctor cautions.

Well, we'd suggest,
then, "Franco Amenri-
can" Soups. *

Pint Can 20c.

Quart sige, 35c.

Campbel's Soups, 10c
per can.

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Agents Nunnally's


SPhones 40 and 178.

I and unusual romance, the couple hav-
ing been engaged for some time pre-
viour to yesterday's event. Her de-
cision to. ]spend Thanksgiving with
friends in Mobile gave rise to a count-
er decision upon the part of aer fi-
ance, with the result that he met her
at Pensacola, and the marriage of thp
two resulted. The bride is an at-
tractive toung lady, and well and
favorably knOwn In Milton. The
groom is a young man of eminently
good qualities, and the possessor of
many friends.
The afternoon prayer meetings held
thiS week by the Woman's Foreign
Missionary society of the Galsden
Street Methodist -church have proved
both Interesting and profitable, hav-
Ing been well attended by an earnest
band of good wollnt. The last of the
series will occur this afternoon at the
church at 3 o'clock, arid will be con-
ducted by Mrs. J. C. Edwards. Tiae
subject will lIe "Medical Missions,"
and promises to be most interesting.
All ladies of the church, and those in-
terested 4n the work are invited to at-
Mrs. Paul Gray entertained the
members 'of the Holifield-Griffith brid-
iL party at her residence on East
Brainard street yesterday, an elabor-
ate Thanksgiving dinner having been
the feature of the day.
In the afternoon, Mr. G o. Dansby,
uncle of the bride. gWave he party a
delightful ride on the bay, via the
launch "Mignon." The -lay was
brought to a most fitting climax last
night, when, a "house warming" oc-
curred at the new home of the bride
-and groom, at whieh a number of
friends narticipated. The cosy new
home. which' Is located at the corner
of Alcaniz and Wright streets, was
prettily decorated, the bride having
followed the ancient and pretty cius-
tom of cutting the wedding cake with
her own dailty ingers with a knife
purchased especially for the occas-
ion. Th'e bits were given to her un-
married friends, to "sleep ovpr," the
evening having passed qof merrily.
Many con'gratulations were received
by the young couple.
'Mk' AND MRSl J. W.
Contrary to report. Mr. and Mrs. .1.
W. Carter, who are the guests of lo-
cal friends, are from Knoxville.! Tenn.,
instead of Canton. Miss., as previous-
ly stated. The, Carters removed to
Tennessee from Canton some time
since. and are delighted with their
new surroundings. They will re-nain
in Pensacola for a short time.
Pensacola celebrated a quiet
Thanksgiving tide yesterday, the
chief events of the day having been
in the form of family reunions, fanm-
ily dinners and a general home cele-
bration for home loving pcdple. Those
who had no home in which to while
away the hours of the day, took ad-
vantage of t-ne local botclc, where
many private dinner parties occurred.
These affairs were brilliant, and en-
joyed. but lacked the real savor of the
great. 1ay of thank offering, direct
fromal the homes and the beartb of the
American people. Yesterday was a
day when your own fireside and your
own familiar faces looked particular-
ly good. the very prettiest events of
the day having been those whole-
souled, simple home celebrations.
Waat promises to be an unusually
pleasant occasion will be enjoyed this
afternoon by the ladies of the Prei-
byterian church, an invitation having
been extended to all ladles interested
to be present at the church parlors.
Matters of interest to the church and
Its progress will be discussed, after
which social intercourse will be en-
Mrs. M. D. Merritt will entertain
the Tuesday Afternoon Club this af-
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock, at her home
on Romans street. The meeting was
postponed from Tueaday o0 account
of Thanksgiving. A pleasant after-
noon Is anticipated by the ladies.
The Intermediate Harriers' club will
hold an interesting entertainment this
evening at the Y. M. C. A. building.
when the members will entertain their
sisters and friends at a pleasant lit-
tle affair given in "honor of the lady
friend of the club. R freshments
will fBe served, awni a cobweb party
will be the order of the evening's ex-
Impressive Tbatswving services
took place at 8 o'cio, a' Temple
Beth-NI, special music 'havin been

enjoyed by the members of the con*
tregation. The beautiful little temple
was filled with a large crowd of wor-
Shippers, the service being greatly
The Century Clab ae of the most
popular social organizations known
to locales young people. gvae a delight-
ful Thanksgiving dance at their hand-
some club house in Century last night.
a number from Pensacola having been

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To-day and Saturday.

Misses' and Children's Coats.

Kerseys and Broadclothis 6 to 14 years, exw Afg
cellently tailored.4 $7.50 values, very special3m).9

$86 to $30 Suits $19.45

$32.50 to $38 Suits $2525

$40 to $45 Suits $34.00

$50 to $55 Suits $39.00

Ip A nU. AOno* ag-]

in attendance. The club, which holds
a warm spot In thi hearts of local
society folk, by rea. on of the dainty
and seasonable affairs which it gives
from time to time. conducted one of
the most beautiful events this seas-
on in honor of the Thanksgiving tide.
and those who were prepsnt last night
were enthusiastic with regard to the
charming hospitality extended by the
Few ladies visiting the city have
received any more real homage than
has been accorded Mrs. Mary New-
comb Cummings, who. as lecturer for
the national W. C. T. U.. has been
meeting with the local ladies in t .P
hope of furthering certain plans of
the worthy organization. Mrs. Cum-
mings, who is a noble example of all
that is good in womankind, and who
canably represents the great work
which she has in hand. Of a pleasing
character, and earnest In purpose, dhe
has completely captivated her Pen-
sacola audiences. and her leave-tak-
ing with her many local friends with
whomn she has become identified will
he regretted. She is pre-eminently
fitted to handle the work of the W. C.
T. U.. and is a valued worker in the
great cause.
Thanksgiving was charmingly ob-
served yesterday afternoon at the
Progress club. when a beautiful chil-
dren's party occurred under the di-
rection of the young lady members of
the confirmation elate of Temple i#tb-
El. Games were played in Which the
children participated, dancing having
also been the order of events f r the
afternoon. Dainty refreshments were
served, the event as a whole having
been one of the very perttlett which
has ever been witnessed at the Pro-
gress club.

Mrs. Frances Haziehurst Stone, of
Macon. Ga.. is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Walker Ingraham.
Dr. Rickerstaff has returned from
New York City, where he had been
for a number of weeks.
Mrs. George Cravey and little daugh-
ter are spending Thanksgiving with
the former's mother in Quincy.
Mr. A. N. Parker and wife, of Mus-
ocgee, were in the city yesterday.
Mr. P. K. Clarke, of New York City,
arrived in the city yesterday, and will
be the guest of Mrs. Lena Mayfeld un-
ti! Tuesday.
Mr. G. W. Packard. of Toledo, Ohio,
Is registered at the Escambia hotel.
Mr. S. C. Cameron, of Holts, Fla.,
and Mr. J. A. Cameron, of Raiford, N.
C.. are at the Merchants for a short
Dear. worried woman, in the throes
of changing styles and a corset trans-
formation. stop worrying about the de-
crees of Dame Fashion and the whims

of corsetleres, and look to your car-
riage, your walk. Tie modiste does
not live. the corset fitter has not yet
been born, who can give you the lines
attained by standing and walking cor-
rect!l. Try as these two experts will,
they cannot hide the defects which
follow a "sloppy" carriage and a
slouching walk. Learn how to hoiu
yourself and how to walk and you can
snap your finger at the changes de-
creed by those who make fashions.
The new corset, fitting like a re
lentless harness from nhust to far be-
low the h!p line, will makl- ye y.oe-
fully uncomfortable. i : it. will no:
give you an attractive figure nor yet
bestow uplon 0oti that sar;n'ial bless-
ing4-"style."' You ran attain that
only through good carriage. which pro-
vides the perfect structure lson which
good clothes may be hung und look
Give the woman who siu'-hoe or
lounges or slumps the latest tr'i-
umph from Paquin':- or Worth', and
she will yet look like a fIrunip.
Do you know how to stand cor-
rectly? Perhaps. But knowing, ao you
put your knowledge o10 practical use?
The other night at a smart play-
house I saw a, willowly actress in onet
of thLe new hipless gowns of glisten-
Iug rose-colored satin. That is. she
thought she was willowy-burt she was
only angular. She actually thrust
out one hip when she stood and walk-
ed until it looked like a hoop on
which to hang a hat.
After the play a pretty-girl who pre-
ceded me up the aisle ruined thr ef-
fect of a -beautiful pearl-gray opera
cloak by walking with one shoulder
fully an inch and a haba higher than
the other.
Few of these defects are due to ac-
tual physical deformities. They are
due to habit, and a habit which can
be cured. A most common cause of
bad carriage in women is some bad
habit contracted when going to school.
Perhaps you carried your books in the
crook of your right or left arm, racing
them on the hip. Naturally you threw
out the tip to support the 'books
without any weight, on the arm. As a
result your one "hip is more promi-
nent than the othi'er. If you are young
you can correct the defect by eternal
vigilance, holding the protruding hip
in and keeping your shoulders abso-
lutely on a level.
You never fail to glance in a mir-
ror as you pass it in elevator, store
or shop window. And what do you
study? The angle of your hat, the
set of your veil? Let them go from
this time on and-take a quick glance
at yoar figure. See how you are car-
rying yourself. Just. about three or
four of these illuminating views of
yourself as others see you will set you
to thinking about your carriage. The
angle of your hat, the powdering of
your nose will sink into insignificance
compared to the fashion in which you
miscarry your clothes.
"But," .perhaps you explain'. "how
can I tell 'when I am standing or
walking correctly?"
Here is a sample test. Take a
heavy book. weighing not less than
two pounds, and place it on your head.
If It falls off when you think y'u are
standing in an absolutely correct po-
sition then there is something wrong.
if you can balance it when walking
your carriage is at. least erect.
In the correct standing position the
head is in a line with the rest of the
body. not thrust forward nor held
backward. The 'hin is in. the chest
is thrust out. the abdomen is de-
pressed and the knees are straight.
not wabbly or uncertain. The heels
are together or :with one just an inch
in advance of the other, and at an
angle of not more than 45 degrees nor
To thrust the head forward is an
affectation. The sunken chest and
round shoulders indicate poor health.
The abdomen thrust forward suggests
I would not attempt in this small
space to tell you how to walk correct-
ly, for if you have an awkward or
slouchy walk you need actual lessons
from an expert, and I consider a first-
class dancing master an expert teach-
er of correct walking. He will show
you how to step forward on the toe
and ball of the foot first, instead of on
the heel. He will correct the unsight-
ly habit, acquired by some women, of
throwing the feet out toward the side
when walking and the equally bad
habit of dragging the feet. He will
give you lessons in calithenics by
which you will secure balance.
Ieas how to sit properly. Do not
slouch or slump down in the chair
with the middle of your back touching
the back of the chair, you entire frame
sutrken and your head hanging for-
ward. The spine must be erect in
sitting and the support should tome
at the base. not in the middle of the


.National lecturer for the W. C. T.
U.. will deliver her lecture on "Or-
ganic Training." at the First Methodist
church on Palafox street, Friday ev-
ening, November 27th at 8 o'clock.,
Admission 25 cents, children 10 cents.
All interested in the early mental
training of children are especially
urged to attend.



Soeclal to rhe Jo*npal.
Tallahassee, Nov. 25.-In addition to
the five attractions guaranteed to
holders of season tickets in the ILy-
ceum course, Mr. Murphree authorizes
the announcement of two entertain-
ments to be given by the music fac'v!-
ty of the college. The first of these
will be a general concert 'by the facul-
ty; the second. Enoch Arden, read bv
Miss Dalzell to an accompaniment of
There will be no additional expense
attached to these concerts for the
holders of season tickets.
Miss Dalzell. who is professor of ex-
pression and physical culture at .the
college, will address the Southern Edu
national Association which convened
in Atlanta, Ga., on the 29th of De-
lDean Htathwele will. attend the Es-
cambia County Teachers' Association.
to be held in Pensacola on the 18nr
and lth ot Decembet.
bMiss Mary Apthorp, the efficient li-
brarian of the college, is scheduled
for a paper entitled "What a Refer-
once Library Means to College Stu-
dents," to be read before the Fklrida
Educational Association convening at
Gainesville on the 28th of Decemher.
President Murphree has been req.n-st-
ed to respond to th address of wel-
come on the same occasion.
A vesper service will be given at the
college chapel on the third Sundav at
ternoon in December. Th" music
faculty will be assisted by .he Talla-
hassee Musical Club.
Music lovers are eagerly looking
forward to Miss Tarbet's orgs-n re-
cital at the chapel on the even:no of
December 4.
President Murphree has every en-
couragement to expect a large increase
in the enrollment during t'he second
term of the Woman's Coll age. The
number of names already reaches
nearly two hundred.
Leon county is coming to the for3
on the good roads question. On ac-
count of the steepness of the hills ali
through the county continuous work
is needed in order to keep the roads
in even a passable condition .iad here-
ttfore the county has not had either
sufficient machinery or force of work-
men to do the work requ red. Now,
however, the commissibners have add-
ed sevreal men to the fo,i.-, and
bought mdre mules and machinery.
They have new and up-to-dat' graders
and levelers, and have secured the
services of Mr. George Averit. an ex-
perienced road maker, to take charge
of the building of new roads and the
repairing of old ones. Mr. Averitt Is
the engineer who had cha-g3 of the
work ea the college campus, sad the
commitasilers are fortunate in being
able to make him their deputy.

Seelal y T he. JourmaL
Pine Prfst. Nov. 25.-Our farmers
are still engaged !u digging their
sweet potatoes aad cutting cane. Some
have she their syrup making al-
ready. Mr. Webb expects to start
Friday. Others will begin later.
Mrs. Martin spent a few days with
Mrs. Crayta. anear Ofte, last wm-k.

The studding of the new school
house are standing of end now with
some prospects of-'being enshrouded
with weatherboards pt an early date.
Mr. Mosher says there is no ob-
stacle in the way of people coming
and going from St. Andrews Bay now,
as he boarded a train at 6:30 in the
morning and the following morning
was at his destination, about 70 miles
west of Mejnphli, TaS., and his only
objection was he had no time to get
meals en route.
R. L. Studebaker has returned from
DeFuniak, where be went o business.
Mr. Bates is. expected hItne-this
week from St. Lulas, *her he Whs
employed in government work.



There was an oyster supper given
Sfor the benefit of the Baptist church
Uvery sink s*hoeh be provided wI& a last Saturday evenlag at Mr. Barrt-
thlee-ocaer& sieve mde by covering a neau's. Many frem this neighbor-
metal frame with veryfie wire etti hood who went, reported having a
When water is thrown into the sinki t very pleasant liftb. DWrIs and
ambld be tifned into this sieve, whgh Joseph Price, and Misees Ida and Fan-
setains every pf soaid matter, le Davis of Pensacoa, were pre t tu ito the md ent.
Smmig tsIe. It iso m aen. Mr. Klabisa happened to an aeteant
ach morning the sink should be thor- last week. His horse became fright-
oghlry cleaned. Disolve a teaspooful- ended while he was utniedm g cane at
ofGold Dst washmg powder in bot Mr- Herman's place at BreSt. Mr.
water and with a w am h the Klabish was thrown out, Injuring his
basket thoroughly; then careh fly s h back. He was taken to Mr. Herman's
ever portion of the sink, pouring some at Goulding. He rturaed to Pine
of the t sds on thppe to loos Forest Tuesday and Is getting along
greamnthat mnybave Setbredin thetrmp. nicely.
tWalton Blomeley has been visiting
S -- with his parents here for a few days.
pine Remember that your waist line The Methodist Sunday school was
forms the hinge on which yo bendin crge of actingsuperintendent
never your shoulders or the small of Arthur J. Ransley and S. A. McCall
your back, as some girls eem to last Sunday, Mr. Ki Zash, the eu1er-
think, intendent, being absent. The prayer
meetings for the last two weeks have
If you do not stand or walk cor- been conducted by Quiller C. Webb.
rectly. by all means spend less money Mr. Klabish, the leader, wai absent.
on your clothes and more on physical Arthur J. Ransley and James Dot-
culture. Ten dollars' worth of lessons fin spent Snnday evening very pleas-
along these lines will make a $19 antly with Mr. A. L. Webb and fain-
frock look smart, and the lack of the ily.
lessons may ruin the appearance of a T-aere will be special Tbeumksglv-
gown costing $50 or more. ing day services in the Methodist
Church Thursday, conducted by Dr. S.
MEALS FOR A DAV. A. McCall at 3 p. m.; also in the Bap-
Friday, November 27. tist church at 7:30 p. m.
BREAKFAST. The "Christian' gathetrd to the
,rapes. Lord's name." otherwise known as
Beef .::Ane'., Stewed, with "Believers." will hold their regular
firown Gravev. church service in School House No.
0erman F-ied Potatoes. 14. next Suirday at 10:30 a. -n.
a aricr Hlouse Rolls. The Methodist Sunday school as
Sliced Tomatoes. usual. at 2:30 p. m.
The journal. A Hair's Breadth Escape.
Lr,- *iNCHEON. T Do you know that every time you
[re'pilrd Snrdines on Toast. have a cmuh or cold and let it run on
Elakcd Potatot thinking it will just cure itself 'you
French Toas. ara inviting pneumonia, consumption
Salad of oieans. with Mayonna'so. or ome other pulmonary troubA ?
Floating Island. Don't risk it. Put your lungs back in
Sponge Layer Cake. perfect health and stop that cough
Tea. Cocoa. with allrd's. Horehmound Syrup.
DINNER- Price 25c. 50e and $1.00 per bottle.
Macaroni Soirp. Sold and reeowamindd by W. A.
Baked Blue Fish. D'Alemberte. drugiWSt aM apothboar'y,
Stirtfed Potatoes. 121 South Palao street, Peasacola,
Creamed Cauliflower. Fla.
Salad of Alligator Pear.
Ambrosia. CROMANT-ON.'
-mfe Noir. -
MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY Cromanton, Nov. sIL-4L Mcher has
Hundreds of hotusekeepe:r will he returned home from a visit to his son
satisfied only with Blue Ribbon Vanil- in Mississfppi ad reVorts a pleasant
la or Lemon. Quality counts and trip.
wins out in the end. The Rev. Mr. Wiseesa delivered
-- his farewell sra. Sunday m i*iMag
NEWCOMB COMINGS nine.w amn w his ee ol as
dld Sn


To-Day at


5 South Palafox St.

by D. IL PeteXJ, of this place.
The land lies south of Portage crM
running to the gulf and east in:elatt
about half of Bear Point. The eeleo
brated fresh water lakes lying 1wLth
its borders.
Correspondence is already underway
for the organization of the Petrdld
Bay Export Lumber and Shingle com-
pany and a mill will soon hs erected
on the bay shore as the land 's cnv-
ered with a fine growth of both plne
and cypress timber.
A company to be known as the Per-
dido Bay Land company will also be
organized to handle the cut ovr l-iad
and the bay front property.
A move is already on foot to make
a #reserve of the fresh watc- lakes,
erect a club house. cottage and put in
beats and conveniences.
Too Absent-Minded Candldan.

-' -There Is a certain western opagr.
D. R. Peteet Purchases 3,Aa4 ,vman whose boundless affability and
habitual absent-mindedness have sees6
Acres of Land in the sionally led him into absurd mistlAla
One day, during his last campai, -
he stepped from the train at S atb
County tion of his home town, after &a t*b.
ous two weeks of stumping sa& "t0 i
handing." his little daughter tubb
The Foley Onlooker of recent date up to him and kissed him. The 4d% i
contained the following: grossman beamed upon her WMS 4
A new lumber sad land company proud and tender parental eye.
and a fishing ptrew4e atonad the "Well. well!" he exclaimedO, mW t
fresh water lake Will b te o1atf ene isn't my little Alberta!" 7t he'
of the recent purchase ot 3 tl acres added, mechanically. "and ehow*
of lafid in the south end of the county dear old father?"--Clevelaad L-i.
t f . ." I v

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A ladyffem UIUOsS sai

Beautiful Halt at Smiall Cost

ducd.= mvtsre
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The vegetable oils
which are used in the
manufacture of Ivory
Soap come from the
other side of the globe.

Cuba and South Am-
erica produce oils of
fairly good quality; but
we prefer to go 10,000
miles further, pay more
and get the best.

Why do we do it?
Because it pays-that
is the only reason.

Ivory Soap

99440 Per Cent. Pue.



Coronet Puffs, wavy and
straight switches, fluffy hair
rolls. Hair nets in different
shades. Best goods at lowest
prices at

Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery,
No. 11 East Intpndencia St.





What You Want Someone Else May Have. u DVERTISE IT What You Have Someone Else May
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- --mmmmw A-

We are offering a vefy nice S-room, one-story dwelling on North AIca-
Sstreet with a lot fronting 45 by 125 feet OnEast Hill car line.
Can buy a one-story dwelling on North Reus street, near Gadsden
. street containing 5 rooms, with lot 60x125 feet. This to listed for only a
few days at this price.
$2100.0- ,
Will get a very nice home on DeVIer street, near Gregory street. of
* rooms, with a lot 4x15 feet. Convetient to any ear line.
Fire Insurance. City Maps.
Agents ,lountBulldine- &_

Leading Real estate, Leonan d lmeurnoe Agents.
iunt SIldinglk .Hendemftera s r R.e-e.-" Phone 54.

Are You From Missouri
We Can Show You

Pensacola Real


is the Safest Invest-

met for your Idle

A few months ago we began building
tn houses in thi- 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 did not advance our price. Some
of those who purchased have been of-
fered a profit on their investment.
Watch West End property; It is rapidly
coming to the front, increasing in value
every day.
The country has been through almost
depressing period during the past year.
Stocks and business generally has been
affected, but real estate in Pensacola has
not depreciated one cent. Our belief is
that with the coming year. when the
street paving is begun and other im-
provements under way, you will see values
going up in all parts of the city, and
those who are fortunate enough to own
property will make money. Get In on the
ground floor-buy now.
7f wat tn or. sell in an

sone of the best bargains in real estate ever offered part of the city. call or write us.
in Pnsacola.
HOMES! For a small payment down and the balance L. S. BROWN & CO
LOTS! In all parts of the city on the installment plan. Agents Thiesen Bunding. "We SelI Lots."



No. 9 W. Intpndencia St. Phone 271.

,WANTED-One small National Cash
( B-lster. Apply Lawis Bear Comlany.

WANTED-Position as housekeeper, by a
lady with references. with goof people.
eddwow.-Lt M. B.. Care Journal. ol.
WANT aD Fashionable dressmaking.
satlsftioln guaranteed. Prices reason-
able. $19 E. Government St. 22novlm*
WANTED-To supply you with fresa
Tweys. Chickens and Eggs for
Thoagiving. F. B. Watson, phone 635.
WANTED-People to knew that the
Solomon Furniture Co.. sells comforts.
blankets and bed spreads on easy pay-
pnents. l8novlm
kWANTED-To borrow $2000 on real estate
security worth $S000. Address P. 0.
Box "**G,". Pensacola. Fla. lnovtf
BOOKKEEPER with ten years experience
wants position. Box 131, GracevUle,
Fia. 15nov2w*
,WANTED-Buyers for 10,000 tons of coal.
Stratton Ice Works. novl4tf
WE WANT to make your stencils and
keys. and do any kind of electrical or
mechanical repairing. Barraca & Thomp-
ason, 10 E. Garden St. Phone 619. 2s0ept
*WANTED-Kodak developing and print-
Ing at Johnson's Book Store. lOnovim*
POSITION as manager of naval stores
plant. Twenty years experience; best
of references. Address D. B. Page. Flor-
al Ala. Snovim*
9th avenue and Wright street, solicits
your patronage. Children especially In-
vtesd. Good care taken. Chas. Licata.
proprietor. 5nov1m
WA, TED-Everybody to know that we
are r naming on full time and turning out
first-class material for building, promptly.
YTur biudsess solicited. Saunders Mill
Cs. 29 B. Garden St. 4novltf
,WAIfTD-To &ive you a chance at the
gret bargain in clothing and general
maerbeadise now being given -in our"
Ie e out sale. E. Greenblatt. 139 E
sdam-i& street. hloctlm
WANTED-Old hats to remodel and new
rease to make to order. Dre-n aking
and crochetted novelties. Mrs. Evelyn
Schwarts, 815 East LoRua St. 3octlm*
WAYNTED-All kinds of seoond-hand
seks.r Bring them to us; ahip them to
w. Telephone us; write to us.. Oorner
* I n and AlcanIa streets. Telephone
# 234. F. S. Mellon & Co. Csept
WANTED-Your orders for fresh meat
and vegetables. Delivered any part of
city. Buesy's Meat Market, 1007 East
*Strong. Phone 11t. sept
aWANTED-Your shoes to repair while
you wait. Half soled In 1 minutes.
ama Charles. 511 South Palarfo street.
Pheases 51 and 1H04. 1mr
WANTED-A. R. L Bngm wants youear
mwitag and hauling. He guarantees all
breakage. Furniture packed foer ship-

CRABTREE llI)USE-Newly furnished
rooms with board. Strictly first-class.
Rates $5.00. Special meal tickets. ; for
$1.00. 400 N. Hlayne street. 24novlw*
BRJIGOS' HOUSE-104 E. Wright street,
near l'nion Depot. Nice clean rooms.
Rates: Transients. 50c per day. Regular
looms $1.50 per week and upward.
19novl m*

WINTER RESORT-The "Old Mill" Ina.
on bay shore, 10 minutes ride from clt7
oB electric car line. will be open for the
winter Oct. 1. All modern conveniences.
Address Miss Lillie Taylor. "Old MIII"-
nn. Pensacola. Fla. Piun>e 388. septt
XOST-A good opportunity to rent or ex-
ebh"e or sell what you have. umlies
yoe advertise It In The Journal's want

]rVERY HOTEL in West Florida sa
South Alabama should carry a small ad
"h, this column. The cost ls only 81.560
per month for four lines or less.

mal method. Theory. Harmony, Peda-
g oglea. Students qualified for teaching.
ertflcate awarded. Phone 47. Madame
BI. Eelse HulL loetim
TOU ABW JUDGED by your printing.
It ecsts os more to have the best. Have
t d atthe Mayee Printing Co., 24 W.

WANTED--irst-class roams for three
adults, centrally located. Address, stat-
full particulars. A. B. C.. Care Jour-
WANTED-Permanent boarders: first-
clam table sad all modern conveniences.
Apply 300 East Government. 2_novlm*
FOR RENT-Furnlshed or unfurnished
frost room. outlmrn and eastern ex-
poure, pone and bath, to desirable
party. north Hill. Private family. Ad-
drew Box 74. 15aug
LARGE, well-furnished, well ventilated
rooms, with or without meals; table.,
best the market affords. In private fam-
ily. Use of gas, bath. piano. On car
line. 401 East Gregory Street. 2&novlm*
SUNNY ROOMS completely furnished for
light housekeeping. Apply 616 Fast
Gadsden street. 25novlw*
FRONT ROOM for rent. furnished. gas,
bath and phone. Apply 222 N. Ak-anl.&
24nov1 w*
ROOMS FOR RMIT with board. Use of
bath and phone. Terms reasonable.
Phone 1457. or apply 116 East Romana
street. 13novlm
ONE FURNISHED upstairs room. Bath
and phone. Gentleman only. Phont
1140. 38 E. Jackson. 22novlw-
FIRST-CLASS BOARD, large comfortable
rooms at P sherville, on the beach, 6
minutes from town. Rooms for light
housekeeping. Mrs. C. J. Allen. phone
1683. 21novlw-
for light housekeeping. Modern Itm -
provements. Apply 810 E. Gadsden St.
Phone 839- nov2it,
FOR RENT-Comfortable rooms and good
board. Homelike place for young men.
Permanent boarders wanted. 420 West
Chase street, two doors from car line.
Southern exposure. 20nov2w-
Three furnished rooms for rent, suited
for light housekeeping. Apply 600 East
Wright. 15novim*
BOARD AND ROOMS-Large house.
pleaaantly and centrally located. 319
Guillesharde St. 15nov2w*

LOST-Large cuffbutton set with moss
agate. Reward it returned to Sol Cahn's
store. 2Snovlw*
der wood's field, on 29th of October, one
(1) dark bo ow here, weight 900 lbs. age
12 years. 2 slits in left ear. Reward fot
return or information that will lead to
discovery. Phone. write or call on Jno.
Underwood. Quintette, Fla. 25novlw*
LOST-aI Big Bayou, a green. 15-foot
canoe. Finder please communicate with
E. J. Seaborn. Care Pensacola Electric
Co., and receive reward. 25novlw*
nes stables at Big Bayou. a double--
breasted dark bay horse. tall and main
bobbed, both ears clipped. Reward for
return to 710 W. Belmont St. 24novlw*
LOST-Money by not seeing The Saun-
ders Mill Company before purchasing
material in the builders' supply line. 29
E. Garden St. novltf
month-old white and liver pointer,
named Sport. and one 6-mopth-old white-
with-lemon-ears setter named Sam. Lib-
eral reward for return to W. C. Barri-
neau. R. F. D., Cottage HilL Fla. 31octlm
r- - m .


Thanksgiving. F. B. Watson. phone
36. 21novtw*
IF YOU HAVE anything for rent why not
advertise It in these columns? Every-
one Is sure te see it.
EGGS are E-s) Conkey's laying Tonic
EGGS are Eggst is effective.
F. S. MELLEN & CO.. Phone No. 334.
Black Minorca, Northups Strain, and
Barred Rocks. *The Ringlets." Bayview
Park Poultry Yards. 14th and 20th avenue.
P. 0. Box 67L. W. T. Tracy. 7nov


SWITCHES MADE. $1.50: 8 puffs, $1.00:
WISS BARNUM. of Chicago. will receive rats 25 and 50c. from your own comb-
I p in invoice culture ari beginners tngs or human hair furnished. Laura
*n pwo study. 309 North Sitrlng Street. Whorlev. 503 1. DavisL corner LaRua.
UTa Covla v 'Phone 1335. 31octlm*

I have four good week horses and a num-
ber of high-classed driving horses for
sale. If you want to buy a good horse
cheap, see me at once. T. E. Welles.
FOR SALK-A good horse. Apply 415 W.
Gregory St. 27nevlw*
FOR SALE-10-I acres 7 miles north of
Pensacola. on L. & N. 4-room dwelling
and out-buildings. Clay sub-soil, 3oi
acres cultivated, plenty timber. R. A.
Staples, Roberts, Fla. 26novIm*
With every purchase of tea or cof-
fee, Monday, Nov. 23rd, a nice sou-
venir at the tea store. Phone 400.
FOR SALE-Three large, registeredo
Tamwot th Hogs. two sows and ono
boar. Address B. B.. Box 386, Pensacola.
Fla.. or phone 1483. 22novlw*
FOR SALE-Tugboat. 50x12 feet, on easy
terms. Blount & Blount & Carter.
FOR SALE-Timbered lands In large or
small tracts. Southern Real Estate and
Investment Co.. Flomaton. Ala. oct3tf
IF YOU WANT Turkeys. Chickens or
eggs for Thanksgiving, see F. B. Wat-
son, or phone t35. 21novlw*
FOR SALE OR RENT-My home fur-
nished or unfurnished, consisttng of
block 230. New City Tract. Cor. 16th St.
and 14th avenue. (No. 1400 Lakevlew
Ave.1, or will Pell all or the west half ox
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
McMILLAN & COMPANY have just re-
ceived a big supply of Turkeys. Geese.
Duks. Chickens, Pineapples, Oranges,
Tangerines, Grapefruit and Eggs for
Thanksgiving. Phone 613, 120 W. Inteur-
dencia. 22nov
THE BEST values in Sewing Machines
(an he obtained at Singer store. Ma-
chines sold for cash or on easy terms.
Look for the Red S.. Singer Sewing Ma-
chine Co., 32 South Palafox St. 21nov8t
FOR SALE-Good milch cow, $23.00. Jno.
Hannah. Caryville. Fla. 21novlw*
FOR SALE-An excellent Franklin open
stove, for coal. Price $8. Apply 301 W.
Chase. 19nov
FOR SALF-One general Jersey cow.
Can be seen at 1000 N. Alcania St.
COMFORTS--Blankets and bed spreads
on weekly or monthly payments. Plione
No. 971 and we'will send salesmen with
samples. .Solomon Furniture Co. 18novlni
and one 1% H.P. stationary gasoline
engine. One 4 H.P. Gray marine motor,
one Mitchell motorcycle, one small buff-

A North Hill Home.
All modern. 8 rooms, two baths, large
lrt. half block of car line, close to Lee
Square and Public School No. 1.
Price $8000


Some Others. of Ea
$2,500-Bayshore home. at FIsherville, 125
feet front, good house. car r
$3,500-q- rooms, all modern, East Gads- bath,
2?,100-East Jackson., rooms, all mod- Sanit
-1 foot

Leslie E. Brooks Co. lery.
(Incorporated.) rent.
43 South Palafox Streets your

For Rent

$25 a month for 2-story.

8-room and hall house with
all msodcin improvements, on
Bay Shore, at White's Sta-
tion on Electric Car Line.
The Fisher Real Estate

DELIGHTFUL home on East Hill. All
modern conveniences. Close to car line.
Apply 1102 E. Gadsden, phone 285.
FOR RENT-One large house, five rooms.
bath, pantry and large lattice back
porch. Also outhouses. Apply Number
516 W. Romana street. 26novlw*
FOR RENoT-Large hail and upstairs two
rooms, one furnished, one partly fur-
nished, with bath, 113 E. Intendencia.
FOR RENT-New store and flat. with
all modern convenier.,ees. at 108 East
Intend,.ncia. Apply 307 W. Chase St.
FOR RENT-Six-room cottage. East
Gadsden street, .lose in. $17 per month.
Apply B. F. Wolfe. Care Citizen National
Bank. 19nov
A warehouse with private sidetrack.
StortsM East Garden st., near Palafox,
$15 to $20 each.
S. \V. corner Zarragossa and DeVil-
liers. $50.00.
317% South Palafox, upstairs, pool
room, $30.00. n a:td 6th avenue. $10.
104-106 South Tarragonna St.. $20.00.
Suite of I offlees, 2W floor, Palafox St.
entrance. $30.00
5i 4 \. Gregory. $22.50.
119 S. Baylen. $20.00.
Fisherville, modern. $17.50.
519 W. Gregory 3n2.50.
1113 N. 9th avenue. $19.00.
37 E. Romana, $25:00.
2200 N. Spring. $10.00.
1622 N. 7th. $12.60
Near Kupfrian's Park. large lot, $10.09.
"I21 North <6th avenue. SS.00.
1301 W. Intendencia, $8.00.
6 East Garden St.


a Cottage Home in
Residence Section
ist Hill, block from
ine; 6 rooms, new,
hot and cold water,
ary connections, 9-
front and side gal-
South front. Large
The balance like
Don't slave for

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

Jn0. W .l10ck, Jr.,
Rooms 304-306 Thieeen Building



WANTED-An experienced cook. 904 N.
Spring street. "27nove:t
WANTED-Experienced marker and as-
sorter. Apply Empire Laundry C o.
BOY WANTED between the age of 14 and
16. One who lives in western part of
city preferred. Apply E. B. Hoffman &
Son. corner Gregory and Tarragona.
killer, ran earn $100 weekly represent-
ing us in Pensaw-ola selling our Advertis-
ing Calendars and Fans. Every business
regardless of kind or size an prontitably
use our goods. Liberal commissions of-
fered. VWe are the oldest and largest firm
in the South-meaning c-heap freight
rates to Southern customers. Fan samples
ready now: Calendar samples January
second. Write us immediately. Wallas-
ter & Co.. New Orleans. tilcdec*
WANTEI> -First-class house girl. Apply
229 North Spring St. 25nov2w
producers. Business proposition. $25.00
per week. See J. E. Calvin. Hotel Ver-
non, between 8:30 and 9:30 a. in.. aftor
.1:31, p. mn. 2.novIlw*
VWANTEDI-A woman to cook and do gen-
eral housework. Apply to 110.5 'Cer-
vantes street. 2.enovlw*
WVANTED-Good, reliable woman with
rcfer.ence,-s. for chamber maid. Apply
108 East Romana St. 19nov
WVAN'TED-Railway mail c.l rks; customs
employees, clerks at .V shingtri. Com-
mencement salary $S800.0. N.,) layoffs.
Many examinations soon. Plreiaration.
fre-. Write immediate ly. Franklin In-
Rtitule, 25, Rochester. N. Y. Snov-im*
WANTED-Every man. woman and child
in Pensacola to know about the great
closing out sale we are having in -loth-
ing and general merchandise. E. ;Gr en-
blatt, 139 E. Intendencia St. 31otmlm
WANTED-Hustlers, ladies or gentlemen,
to canvas for useful household articles.
(., elldr Glwu d oe Alllv M10


Pensacola's Best Real

Estate Investment.

Where the Gulf
Breezes Always

11 Minutes
From the Heart
of the City.

Don't Delay Another Week

It may be too late to buy a desirable lot in KUPFRIAN PARK1 Con-
vince yourself of this great investment opportunity. This will be a great
year for those who buy KUPFRIAN PARK LOTS. Such an opportunity
may never come again. To-day is yours and now is the time. Over 100
people have already purchased. There are still many choice lots left. Join
the Army of Home Owners. No colored people cen own a lot. This is the
only place where you will be free from colored people. Call and get infor-
mation AT ONCE. List your property with us. We will sell it for you.


224-226 Brent Building.



best service

FOfR RIENT. 1-QUt1. Sflliers. oo moneyt-J r 'appy.5 1, "-.
DwFOR REings North Hll.) E. Government St. 4oct lal rates b
2-story dwelling, North Hill. 10
room s ............................... .$70.00
2-st ry dwelling. North Guille- MISCELLANEOUS.
mard. 1L2 rooms......................50.009 MISCELLANEOUS.
2-story dwelling. North Palafox,
10 rooms ............................ 45.00 GET a nice lamp with every pound of s
Dwellings (West End.) O-ya-ma Tea all lhis week at the Pollard
No. -326, North Barcelona. 8 rooms s..00 -
No. 5 WVest Garden. 6 rooms .... 2w) ,o Tea Store. Phone 400. 22n was a bu
No. 317 North Barc'elona, 8 rooms 25.00 Tuesday.
No. 521 West Garden. 7 rooms .... 20.00 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Rev. E
No. 402 West Intendencia. 7 rooms 21.00 % All persons having claims against the
No. 518R West Romana. rooms .. 12.01 late firm of Williams & Prit,-hett ,a irmn day at t
No,. 423 West Romana. 4 rooms... 1e.65 ,- -onipo.sed of B. ('. Williams and 11. E. of Pollar
Four-roorn dwelling at Fishervillle 10.00, T'Prithett. heretofore doing business at church.
Dwellings (East End.) 1t'larksville. in C(alhoun C(ounty, Florida.
No. 116 East Romana. 10 rooms .. 30.00 are lh-rchv requested to present their cer. and
No. 722 North Rth Avenue. S rooms 20.00' said -]aims tn me for payment. as receiver tune to b
No. 417 East Gregory. 5 rooms ... 18.00, of the assets belonging to said firm. This The shock
No. 23:8 East Intendencia. f; rooms 15.00 I 17th day of November. A. T). 1908.
No. 813 East LaRua. 5 rooms .... 13.00 J. D. ROBESON, toned his
No. 816 East Wright, 5 rooms .... 12.50 21novlm Re'-eiver. terred at
Stores. Offices and Halls in all parts afternoon
of the city. CIAPPING--Horse.s clipped at the Pen- Mrs. Na
Agents Blount Building. sacola stables, West Intendencia Street. Mrs. N
HOOTON & WATSON _0no yesterday
Call and Inspect Our Lists. Phone 54. all o.i'asions. Cry.santhemums. arna- t Ala *

FOR RENT--Irge brick warehouse on
Railroad street. Apply to Jas. McHugh.
I nov

itons and woses'. V'es lflsi a specialty.
Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. o-t27ttf
TOURISTS will find The Journal's Pana-
ma Canal Edition just the thing to send
M.. *-laft At home, Itin IM1*A With a

Ing wheel and stand. foot-power lathe. FOR RENT--Store building on S. W. a t uoe ni= ee i ewit -ot-
one Baldridge marine reverse gear and Corner Zarragossa and Baylen streets. tractive pictures, sPricen Sc and views from
one concert graphophone. Baraco & Apply McMillan & McClure, J W. Intenr*- cover to cover. Price at booitore or
Thompson. 10 East Garden St. 15nov dencia St. Phone 271. oct27t at this office.
,TCUT '.FLOWERS--Orders taken for all oc-
FOR SALE-Try a barrel of rosin chips. FOR RENT casmons, particularly for wedding and
Best for a quick and good fire. Special Stores. casons pa ri .r la C. redse n o
price on lots of five or more. Phone 956. DeLuna Street ...................200 Baylen. MiPhne 28 2otC. Reese, 51
C. H. Covlngton, 20 E. Bralnard St. S09 E. Intendencia Street ......... 6.0 ale ne -. z2oct
lnovlm* 104 S. Tarragona Street .........$10.00 IF YOU WANTED a nice carriage and
1_0 S. Tarragona Street ..........$12.00 match horses for a wedding or to go
LAUNCH,!2% feet long. 44-inch beam, 7 1." W. Romana Street .............$3.35 calling, where would you go to get them?
H. P. engine. Speed about 10 miles per 7 N. Palafox street ...............$40.00 To Pensacol4 Livery Stable, or ring
hour. Apply A. A. Wrighton. W. Ro. Store near Palafox Street. Phone 39. octl8tf
mana street. sept30tf Boarding Houses-
---- i National Hotel. 18 rooms......... $60.00 A. H. McLEOD & CO.. Saiimakers-Can-
FOR SALE-The best grade of Alabama Dwellings- vass from 14-in, h to 96-inch. of all
coal at $6 per ton. Jellico at $7. Cor. 16th Avenue and 13th street..$18.00 weights. Large supply of Awning Goods.
Prompt delivery. Stratton Ice Works. 1401 N. Sth Avenue ............... $10.00! Tents, Cots. Hammocks, etc., always in
14novtf I sN.Palafo`treet........ stock. 708 South Palafox. 18aug
1107 East Cerv'antes ...............$15.00!
DID YOU SAY WOOD?-I sell it in our j S2(1 East Cervantes Street ........$11. I j MERCHANTS TRANSFER, CO.. Thor. B.
mill yard. foot of 10th avenue, at 40c .65 North Reus Street .............15..0 Thorsen. Prop.. solicits all kinds of
a load-all that one horse can haul. 40c. 724 W. Zarragossa Street .........810.00: moving and hauling. Furniture packed
Good short wood ready cut, for stove. 207 N. Reus Street ................$15>.0.' for shipment. Furniture stored. Offl.-,'
grate or fireplace. Lay in a good supply 91; E. Strong Street .............$15.00 phone 978. Depot phone 704. 21netf
before price goes up and thermometer 1211 E. Cervantes Street ..........12.50.
goes down. Send a dray. Flowers. at 1.309 E. Strong Street .............$12.50
phone 429, will haul you a big load. J. 0. 613 E. Government Street ........$13.500
Walker. Agent. novl2tfi 1::07 E. Strong St. ...............$11Hon FOUND.
1011 East Strong Street ...#......$15.00
LARGE LOT COR. CHASE AND DE- 'cor kth avenue and Ja-ksun St ..51:. e.0
VIILIER STS, FO)R QUICK SAI ~Cor. loth avenue and 21st St. ....$1. THE PIYCFE t.. buy ..nmfurt-. blankets
LL. Large 10-rrnoom ho se .n to::- -shore and I.'d spireads moin easy payneints.. at
AT $1800. JNO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR- at Fisherv-ill. with electric' lightL-. bath. Solomon Furniturir (C. Isnolinn
DEN ST. hot and c-,ld water: .'an he- r.-n.d fu'-
. .. .I- nished or i.nfurnished. 2 servant houses -- ------- -- ---
FOR -SALE-Several head mules, all in In .ard; 2 blo,.ks from car line.
good working condition. $65 and up. O i o f es- MONEY TO LOAN.
Come early if you want- a bargain. Gar- Frisied offhe o er Pples National I
field ice Factory. novltf! Bank.,
eld Ice Factoryor. Romana and Palafox Sts., two offt- WE have 100.000000 In g.:.-anteed. first
FOR SALE--Thoro>Tg-hy kihl-dried rough! cs upstairs. c'aas. 8 per cent mortgages on city real
FOR ALE-Thorogly k-dried rough T Ti. tate ~n any aount from $10.0 o up.
and dressed lm.ber sash, doors, and The Fisher Real Estate i You have worked for yoir money, now let
blinds, high-grade paints, oils and build-: it wnrk for you. The Fisher Itca! Estate
ers' hardware. Saunders Mill Co., Z9 E. Agency. Agency. 206 So. Palafox Street- 10-Jun.
Garden street. novltf "THE RE' COLECTORS."
FOR SALE--On account or leaving the Phone 87. Are you getting 13 per cent. net for
city I will sel Ty home with all fur- your money? If not. you don't get all
nishints wompletl E Ghoenwatt 139 E PEOPLE are finding out every day that i that ih "coming to you." We can place it
nendciom ete. E Greebltt The Journal s Want Colurr.ns are all on first mortgages on improved city prop-
Intendcncia t. 3octlm that is claimed for them. Why not try erty. How mucb does it pay you laid u
FOR SALE OR RENT-Seabreeze cottage them and get what you want? doing nothing? Leslie F_ Brooks, 1 12
on Santa Rosa sound. Good outbuild- Palafox.
irags and about 13 .acres land. extending FOR SALEKL
from Pensacola bay to Santa Rosa Sound. MONET LOANED on a minds o per-
Harry W. Gibbs, 27 S. Palafox St. sonal property on short notice. Easy
12aug SEWING MACHINES. terms. Suburban lots sold on easy pay-
memts. f. B. Gray Co.. 2 W. Romana.
350 MEN'S SUITS to go at $4.50. values IF YOT wish to buy or rer.t a sewing
from $10 to $20: 300 boys' $2 and $3 machine. the Siager and Wheeler & MONEY LOANED. on ro e a uto sma
suits to go at $1.25. Must vacate by Wilson machines are the best. Look for peruenal property in the ey of Pee-
January 1st. E. Greenblatt. 139 E. In- the Red S. Singer Sewing Machine Co. ela on short notice. Terms essy. J.
tendencia St. 31otlm 2 :: South Palafox St lnovxt seCW. 11hrd %Sa outh PIaJ tre
IF THE HOUSEWIFE. whose cook left FOR SAL--Two lots on North Palafox
without notice is wire. she will place an street A hargaim. 3.1 0 to 0, loan on
ad- In these ohlirrn- for another and thus good security. Rents ..ollecte. J. N. Tce Jour-*
end all the trouble at on--. i Andrews. 101 N. Falafox iL. 21nov SubDSCribD Ir The JOUraal.

bile yest<
Dr. .. 1
but is bet
tin, of H
W. J. a
ors to Bi
and mosi
key will
service v
The H,
near the
S. I). Pa
time ago.
testing sei

HOTEL, Apalachicola. Oldest
ied hotel in city; free baths.
ce. Rates $1.50 and $2.00. Spec-
by week. S. Jenkins. Prop. 15J

neclal to The JournaL.
, Ala.. Nov. 26.--C. H. Smith
isiness, visitor to Mobile on
returning Wednesday.
Ibert Thompson died yester-
e home of his mother. north
d. near Catawba Springs
He. was suffering with can-
on Monday had the misfor-
ireak his arm in two places.
k to his nervous system nas-
death. His remains were in-
the Catawba cemetery this
at -3 o'clock.
than Godwin. of Fannie, died
. She suffered a stroke of

e number of our citizens at-
e Confederate reunion in Mo-
D. Owens. Sr., was taken sick
night and has been real sicki.
ter at this writing. Dr. Mar-
errington. is the attending

nd A. K. McLellan were visit-
rewton Tuesday on. business.
giving is being. generally oo-
The mills are closed down.
t of the stores closed. Tur-
reign supreme. A special
ras given at the Methodist tent is being stretched
Baptist church. in which R.yv.
ge will condust a series, of
Rev. Page was here some
. preaching some very inter-
rmons. The tent was always

T!,', market ditring th,' past
wy'-.k h:.s Ie.'en w-ak. sales f,'w and Tr,-
, .-illpt !it t. The ruling quotaiions dlurinsg
thi'" p. : "<1 ha'..- ie,. n as follows:
A. e-r:. 's if :0 feet and lip. on i-footr
ai -. -~s t p.r culbil- foot av. age;t
of 2'. f*-et on o-foot basis. 2 I --T-nts:;
av\ -rage.-s f 2" feet on 40-foot basis, IX

A lot of old newspapers
tied up in neat bundles for
sale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour.
nal office.

Mobile & Gulf Steamship Co.,
in connection with the Atlanta & St.
Andrews Bay Railway steamship Manteo.
freight and passenger service between
Mobile, Pensacola, Panama City, St. An-
drews, Millville and all points on St. An-
drews Bay, making connections with A.
& St. A. B. Ry. trains Panama City, Tues-
days and Thursdays.
For additional ilformatlon fr freight
and passenger rates, apply to

Bell Phone 1250.
Traffic Manager.

Phone 979.


the store. No. 141 North Palafox St..
for 3 years. I shall he glad to see all my
old friends and many r.nw ones there.
Yours for buasnes. J. N. Andrews.

The El Poviso 5c Cigar
is the best quality smoke in
the United States. For sale
by Imperial Cigar Stores.

Where is the Man?


Pensacola-Fort Barrancas Schedule.
Effective Thursday. October 1, 190.
.Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Barrancas.
5:30 a. m ................... 6:00 a. m.
6:00 a. m .................... 7:15 a .n.
7:15 a. m ................... 8:00 a. na.
8:00 a. m ................... 3:46 a. m.
8:45 a. m .................... 9:30 a. m.
9:30 a. mn. ................... 10:15 a. m.
10:15 a. m ..................... 11:00 a. m.
11:00 a. m .................... 11:45 a m.
11:45 a. m ................... 12:30 p m.
12:30 p. m ................... 1:15 p. m.
1:15 p. in .................. 2:00 p. m.
2:00 p. m ....................2:45 p. m.
2:45 p. im ..................... 3:30 p. m.
3:30 p. m ................... 4:15 p. m.
4:15 p. m. ..........Sat. only 5:10 p m.
5:00 p. m. Sat. only. 6:45 p. m. :300 p. m.
6:00 p. m. 5:45 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 7:00 p. m.
7:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 7:15 p. m. 7:30 p. rm.
8:00 p. mn. 7:15 p. m. 8:00 p. m. 8:30 p. m.
9:00 p. min. :00 p. m. 3:45 p. m. 9:30 p. m.
10:00 p. ni. q:45 p. m. 9:30 p. m.10:30 p. m.
11:90 p. m. 9:-0 p. min. 10:1.5 p. m..1:30 p. m.
10 .15 p. m. 11:00 p. m.
11:00 p. 11:1)0 p. m.
The 7:15 a. m. train from Pensacola will
run as a local train hereafter. The 5:10
p. m. train from Barrancas will male all
stops, except on Saturdays, when a local
ear will leave lig Baytou at 5:20 p. m.
The Pensavola-Big Bayou lo.-al will be
discontinued. except on Saturday after-
L wcal freight leaves Pensacola at
7:1.) a.m.
10:15 a. m.
7:30 p. in.
Through freight leaves Pensacola at
1:15 p .
First car leaves Pensacola at 7:00 a. m.:
se,-ond car at :`M0 a. m.. and from that
Ihour on. the- week day a h,-dule will be
ol served. e\ ept a ar will leave Fort
Barrancas at 5:00 p. m. instead of 5:10 p.
Freight leaving Pensacola at 9.30 a. m.
Passengers wishing to go to West f111
will take, North 11111 cars and transfer to
Went Hill car at La Rua and Devillier
streets, ex,-ept every week day after 5
p. m. and Sunday. after 3 p. in.. when
West Hill cars will run through Palafox'
street to the postoffie'e and to West Hill.

Pensacola, Fla.

All Week TTested nd Guarantee&
w ne s fr Prpkes. We cam a~ "vsN

For 1015 E. Strong Street, a new and attractive
five-room and hall Cottage, with all riodern improve-
ments. Terms: $100.00 down, and monthly pay-
ments of $26.00.

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 Pensacola, Fla. This
plant is up-to-date in every way and can be purchased on very reasonable

206 S. Palafox St. Phen- 87. Pe..n.el., Florid

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BLamp ta all.

Equiappj with

1 a r Aye s to Aa. agltts.


11 noa to master.
Niobe, Ital ship. Bosso, 1482, Monte,
Sideo to Rosasco Bros.
Majorca, Nor ship, Arnesen, 990.
ladsa., al. bk., Maseilo, 1538, Mon-
tevidee to Roaasco Brothers.
Ah0 MA RINENoAbyssinia, Nor bk. Engebertsen,
1 04. London to Export Lumber Co.
*Ingborl Nor bk. Somo, 1-50, Bue-
1n B eo Ayres to master.
VayArint, Swed. bktn., 204, Dakar
to H. Baars & Co.
NEW S Gavarone rate. Ital bk, Rittore,

Lyna. Nor. bk., Hansen, 534, Bahia
Bhiptn Transactions a Blanca to A. Zellus
Oean. Rus- lb, Erikeen, 1239, Rio
N otes of mtere't' long Janeiro to A. Zellus.
OISU OX bte st AlOn Remonstrant, Nor bk, Rostrup, 1509,
Puerto Cabello to A. Zelius.
The Bay From* Nordlyset, Nor bk, Chriatensen,
1464, Buenos Ayres to master.
-"* San Antonio, Span. bk, Roura, 1242,
The steamship Bertha has been Havana to master.
moved from Tarragona street wharf
and ancored in the stream, where she
will remain until the captain receives
rer t a this port or else-
A portion of the capo of Mahe&
any logs brought here on the steam-
ship Bertha will be loaded oat the
steamship Ida, waich wtll clear frm
this port for Liverpool.
0- 0 0
The British steamship Brookswood,
which entered port late Wednesday Gov. Broward Says the Flor-
evening, has a cargo in transit from
Gulfport for Buenos Ayres. She called ida Legislature Will Not
here for bunker coal.
The British steams'aip Maltby ail Be Convened.
h ed yesterday morning.
The steamship Teresa will be mov- For several months past Gov. Na-
ed this morning from Commandancta poleon B. Broward has seriously con-
street wharf to the stream, where teaplated the calling of aa extra ses-
she will take on a deck load. sion of the legislature, which has oc-
C C casioned much uneasiness among tie
The British steamship Haxby. from people who could see no use for such
Mobile witi a cargo of oil cake and extravagance, says the Jacksonville
cottonseed meal for Copenhagen, ar- Metropolis.
rived yesterday evening. She is con- In Tampa yesterday the governor
signed to the Gulf Transit company, declared that there was no necessity
and will take on about 2200 tons of for the extra session, and, therefore.
oil oake additional at, this port. he would not call the lawmakers to-
The launch Swan arrived yesterday The governor was in Tampa to ex-
from Camp Walton. This was the amine tgoe progreas made oB the fit-
frat round trip made by the Swan ting up of the Miami with machinery
from Pensacola to Camp WaltoE ai'ice and frame superstructure. He ex-
her arrival here from Mobile and her pressed himself as very much pleased
recent lpurease by Brooks Bros., of with the progress, and with the work
Camp Walton. of preparing the steel for the turning
LIST OF VESSELS IN4 PORT. out of the new dredge Caloosajatchee.
stOemahlm which is to be launched in Tampa as
"Bft Vrackie, Br. ss.. 2535, Sablne, moon as the dredge is completed. He
6Texas to J. A. Merritt & Co. discussed the work on both these
Capt. W. Mensell. Ger s. SchmidS, dredges with Ernest Keeler. the su-
1615. Hamburg to Robt. Tuemler & Co. perintendent of the Tampa Foundry
Ida, Span as. Arano, 2160, Liverpool & Machine company, wietc firm has
to Gulf Tmnar Co. the contract for the big craft.
Bertha. Nor W, t 1. B 'or, 16K rI
to ulf Transit Co. For light of day or shades
Hannah M. Ball, Br. as.. Cooper. of night, shirts from the Em-
19 8, Vera OCru to Soumth Atlantic e
steamship Co. pre are always right.
Terme. Aus. in Ivamich. 2381,
T4rUet to Gulf ansit Co. CARYVILLE.
Ifhneburia. Br. as.. aylor, 2117, --
Bremen to J. A Merritt & Co. Special to The Journal.
Barkstron. Br ms. Golbore, 2916, for Caryville. Nov. 26.-Thanksgiving
Rio aistro to Gulf Transit Co. day was observed4 according to the
Chas. Le our, Freneh *s., Letesta. accustomed form in each and every
1446. Cardiff to Gulf Transit Co. family here.
Br. as. Barkston, Rio Janlero to W. B. Archer. general manager of
u .lf Transit Co. the Geo. E. Wood Lumber Co., has
Hollingside, Br aas.. Williams. 1713. been very active in the management
Dakar to South Atlantic Steamship of his company for the past few days.
Co. Two very large circular saws have
Gloria de Larriaaga. Nagle, 2972, just been put in position under his di-
Bahia Blasa to Girl! Transit Co. reaction, which indicates that this big
Ships. mill plant will soon commence opera-
Camara, ItaL ship. Anssaldi, 1411, Ge- tons.

Isthe joy of the household, for
without it no happiness can be
PC niplcte. Angds smile at
and commend the thoughts
l and aspirations of the mother
bending over the cradle.
The th which the ant mother must pass is such that
4sh.looks lanwith dread to the hour wheni she shall the thrill
o erhood. Every woman should knowth the dangerad pain
of ------ood.Every wM -= --- ------
of child-birth can be avoided by thme u eot W F" which
ft a a the partS%-I
SMg nature in its worf *k
By Hi aid thousands of v
women have passed this -
C rjillnjAWyj.$IO J
^ s^ ^ ^ ^ rjaft



Noted Tammany Leader is

Passing 'through Flor-

ida to Havana.

Enthusiastic over the progress
made by Jacksonville since his last
visits to the city eight and fifteen years
ago. and expressing the hope that
Jacksonville could be developed into
one of the greatest winter horse rac-
ing centers of the world, Senator Tim-
othy D. Sullivan, the noted Tammany
leader. stopped at tne Windsor ho-
tel last night, while en route to Ha-
vana on a short pleasure trip. from
which he will return next Tuesday
and spend a longer period in the city,
says the Jacksonville Metropolis.
Senator Sullivan conferred with H.
D. Brown, who has for some time
been in the city for the purpose of
arousing interest in high-class racing,
and voluntarily offered to aid the
movement in a most substantial man-
Jacksonville's Advancement.
"The advancement of Jacksonville
since I was first here fifteen years
ago," said Senator Sullivan, before
leaving on the morning train for Tam-
pa, "has been truly wonderful and
amazing. Why. when I was here first
I believe I could have bought land at
a dollar an acre across the St. Johns
river, and could have made a fortune
on a small investment. My next vis-
it to tae city was eight years ago,
and the changes made since then are
equally as startling. I believe Jackson-
ville will ultimately develop into the
largest and most prosperous city In
the South, which opinion has been ex-
pressed by many prominent men with
whom I have talked regarding the
Favors High Class R2cing.
Senator Sullivan. whose present
trip has Included Chicago, St. Louis.
Louisville and New Orleans, talked in
a most enthusiastic manner regarding
the proposition for hohling winter
races in Jacksonville. "Jacksonville,"
said he. "has a grand opportunity in
this regard, and racing of absolutely
the highest class, whic- cannot he
criticised by the most fastidious,
should be held in the city each winter.
I will be glad of an opportunity to take
a large amount of stock in any repu-
table company organized for the pro-
motiQn of winter racing here, and
know full well that the .question of
financing tae movement will be easil.-
disposed of. The leading horsemen of
the country will gladly ring their
stables to the city, and thousands of
wealthy people would be attracted by
the sport each year. The wealth of
New Orleans was built to a great ex-
tent on racing, and Jacksonville should
take advantage of the fact tiat the
sport has been legislated against in
other cities and states. Meetings here
could be conducted, and will be, if I
have anything to do with the move-
ment, in a manner that would please
all. I will not only be willing but
glad to do everything I possibly can
to aid the movement, for I believe
it would pay investors handsomely,
and bring thousands of people and
millions of dollars to the city."
The annual visits of Senator Sulli-
van and hundreds of wealthy East-
erners would alone make tile holding
of the races in Jacksonville profit-
able. Tampa and Havana have al-
ready swung into line, and will hold
big meetings, the Cuban meeting run-
ning throughout December and Janu-
ary, and the Tampa meeting tirofbh-
out February. More than 100 horses
had arrived in Tampa for the winter
a week ago. and by the time the state
fair opens- in WFebruary It. is expected
that between 600 and 1.000 of the
finest thoroughbreds in the country
will be quartered in the cigar metrop-

Election a Landslide.
There is no politician in New York
city who commands a greater degree
of respect than "Tim" Sullivin, and
no man in the country has stood more
strongly for absolutely clean port,
particularly with regard to racing, in
behalf of which he has been instru-
mental in passing many beneficial
laws. Had Pie. with many other weal-
thy New Yorkers of the same type,
had control of the racing tame, there
would have been no necessity or de-
sire for legislating against the great
The charge having been made
throughout the country that Tammany
"'laid down" on Bryan in the recent
election. w'iich charge has since been
proved without foundation, Senator
Sullivan was asked for a statement.
on the subject. He said:
"The charge is absurd, for Tam-
many did everything possible for Mr.
Bryan's election. Had it not been for
the bitterness of many people toward
governorr Hughes. I believe Judge
Taft would have swept the state 'by
a majority of 450.100. This feeling
toward Governor Hughes alone held
the vote down."
Senator Sullivan is accompanied by
ifs brother. F. J. Sullivan. T. B. Smith
and J. Ryan, three powerful politic-
ians of New York. and by Misses M.
and C. Ryan. He is resting after the
arduous labors of the campaign, as
are the other gentlemen.

The El Proviso 5c Cigar
is the best quality smoke in
the United States. For sale,
by Imperial Cigar Stores.

Social to The Jeur. al.
Bluff Springs. Nov. 26.-Little Miss
AUline Sanders was the guest of Miss
Jamie McDavid Thanksgiving day.
M. C. Stubb of Evergreen, Ala..
eame down here last Sunday ina his
automobile on a short visit to his
many friends and relatives:
Will Norris went to Century on a
short business trip last Monday.
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Matinus and hildre,
of Century. made a short call on
friends and relatives last Sunday.
R. Ratwell went to the Confederate
reunion at Mobile last Monday.
MF. Fred Boyer, of GouldiaL. In





company with heri children and Miss
Annie 'Linton, came up to see ter
mother and other relatives last Wed-
There were several Pensacola
sportsmen up Thanksgiving hunting.
J. A. Thorntos i suffering from
nervous Vprostration. His many friends
hope he will be 0. K. soon again.
Rev. J. T. Fillingim preached at the
# Baptist church on Thanksgiving.
G. W. Curtis. of Pensacola, was
here Wednesday.
Tom FIllingim of Molino and A. F.
Waters, of Molino. were iin Jere last
Monday on a short visit to friends and
R. A. Brooks went to Mobile the
other day.
Our genial merchant farmer. .1. A.
(Gilmore. announces that i-; harvest-
:ed 37 1-2 bushels of corn 10 the acre
!on a six-acre lot, which goos to show
that land in Eseambia county is all
right,. where a little axle-grease and
some will power is u.zed.
C. C. Parsons went to Mount Pleas-
ant. Texas, the, other day. where he
will sojourn for two weeks on bus-
Miss Mary Lee M'David went to
Mobile to see the old time veterans.
and incidentally her sister Miss An-
nie C. McDavid, who is at school at
Miss Estelle Peters, who has h.-en
visiting in several places in Mississip-
pi among her many friends and rela-
tives. returned home last Monday.
.1. R. Toomer went to Freeport, .
business lasf Monday.
.John Moore went to Mobil,, last
Tuesday to attend tfne rounion of the
U. C. V.
That pain in your hack caused by
lumbago, stiff muscles or a strain i1
an easy thing to get rid of. Ballard's
Snow Liniment cures rheumatism,
lumbago, sore and stiff nmusles.
strains, sprains, cuts. hurns. bruise-s,
scads and all aches and pains. You
need a bottle in your house.
Sold and recommended by W. A.
D'Alemnberte. drugrist aind apothecary,
121 South Palafox st-eet. Pensacola,

Where is the Man?
Notice From the
Easterly Nursery Co.
Have your ground made ready for
deliveries, will be herc December 1st.

Subscribe for The Journal.

Electrical Contractor

Electrical fixtures, desk lights,
telephone brackets, etc.


Phones 345 and 955.

F. & A. M.
SSpecial communication of Escam-
bia Lodge, No. 15. F. & A. M., Fri-
day. November 27. at 7:30 o''lo'k.
Work In the E. degree. Visit-
ing brethren are fraternally li -
vit#d. W. WV. WATSON,
Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Associa-
tions meets at Knights of Columbus
Hall the first Friday in each month
at 7:30 p. m.

ABE DANIELS. President
Naml Lodge Ne. 10, Daughtere of
Rebekah meets every Monday night at
& o'clock at I. 0. 0. F. hall. Vsllting
sIstera cordially Invited to be present.

Let Us Launder

Your Curt&ins
We are sure this work will
please you. We give them a beau-
tiful color, put in just the right
amount of starch and dry them on
frames that give them the proper
shape for hanging.
We charge only 25c per pair.

E. W. LAWRENCE. Proprietor.
15-17 W. ROMANA ST.
Phone 186.


Crow and Bridge Work a SpOcilty.
Painless Extracting of Teeth.
Meovd to 310 Brent BaUdinl,

I Iwary M m A4VWWsE
ed In TMs ra Fr Sale



Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
Charge Moderate.
Office, Masonic Bldg, Next to Dr. Welsh's

T. G. YATES, M. D.
410 Blount Building.
Twenty f xexc .nc.. -T sa Ey

<10 Blount BulMdinlg hme eft


S. Mail Launch


Pensacola. Mary Esther and Boggy Mall
James Jerauld, Capt.
LaveQ landing Monday. Wednesday and
Friday at 7:.10 a. ni.. making regular stops
at JHarris. Mary Esther. Camp Walton,
Ie)ostin :nil BOSggy.
Ret urn ig, len es Boggy Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at 5:00 a. m., ar-
riving Pensavola 1 :30 p. m.
Passenger and freight service.
F-'r rat<.4s apply to D. M. Witherill.
<"ntra'tor and Manag-r. Landing 713
South Palafox. Phone 680.




Pensacola, Fla.

ANecithir the Coptain. Owners.
nor C'onignees of the steam-
s.hip i, lia-by, will bPe responsi-
bl' for debts .onitisacted by the
crew. of said vessel.
GULF TRANSIT 'O.. Captain.
SNeither tihe Captain. Owners,
nlor ('onsigiees of thei steamn-
ship Ben Vrackie. will et re-
sponsihle for debts contracted
by the Crew of said v.ssel.
JOHN A. MERRITT & CO., Captain.
A Neither the Captain. Owners.
nor Consignees of the Italian
bark Luisa. will be responsi-
bl e for debts contracted by
thle crew of said vessel.
A Neither the Captain. Owners.
ntor Consigrees of the Italian
sh ip ('a ava. will be responsi-
ble for ld-bts contracted by the
crew of said vessel.
TO MASTER, Captain.


A Neither the Captain. Owners.
nor Consignees of the German
steamer, Captain William
Mtzl anieH. will twb responsible for
debts contracted by the Crew
of said vessel.
fiobt. Tuemler Co.,. Captain.
SNeither the Captain, Owners.
nor Consignees of the Nor
bark Abbeysinia, will be re-
sponsible for debts contracted
by the Crew of said vessel.

Legal Advertisements.

The undersigned, as receiver in the case
of Amerivan National Rank of Pensacola
against Pensacola Bottling Works. by vir-
tue of an order ao the Court made in the
said case. will sell at publi- outcry on
the first Monday of December next, in
front of the Court House of Rscambia
County. Florida, to the higtiest bidder for
rash. all bottling machinery, bottles.
cases. wagons, harness, book accounts,
evidences of indebtedness and all other
property at this time belonging to the
Pensacola Bottling Works.
nov25daily ex iun-Dlec S Receiver.
Northern Distri--t of Florida Bv virt,.

Inverted Single Gas Arc

This is the ideal light for the home, the office,

the church and lodgeroom. Gives a clear, white light,

casts no shadow, and costs

Lamp applied for $1.50.


Phone 148.

about 3d-cent


an hour.


24 and 27 E. Garden Street.

U ..

. .- l~ m

Pensacola Bank & Trust Co.


F. E- 3rwner,
olver Jrwaga .
gee. L. Laephgingg.
L.p Mayer,
T. A. JmnalMeg

Capital, $200,000.00
Vlce-President and Cashier


M. L. Red,
These. F. West.
W. L. Meyr.
4L. R. hemsaker,
Carl H. Jrnegan,

J. R. Jennings.,
W. C. Dewberry,
J. M. Pace,
J. A. Wright,



A Dollar Saved

to a dollar earned-if some friend doesn't
come along and borrow it. The safe way
Is to deposit In our Savings Department
The spare dollars from time to time, there-
by creating a reserve fund f future use.
Try It! A dollar will start an account.

of an order of sale issued out of the T lrii o f the United States.
United states Distri.t (' coirt for the Nor-
them District of Florida. on the fourth
day of November, 1908. notice is hereby Ces.. W. Ia". ML. A. L ark. Jao. Pfetfe. J. W. Andrew.
given that I will se'l hy public au,-tion. PrelaMt. V1Se-?res. Cmbier. A st. Cashter. AMt. Clw.
for cash. on Saturday. the twenty-eighth
day of November. IMRt. at 12 o'clock, m..
at Pensacola. Es,-anbia County. Florida.
in front- of the United States Postoffie,.
the American P-hoonor. Freddie Alton.
her engines, boilers, machinery. boats, N
tackle, apparel. appurtenances. and fiui- TT T' C ATT AT A
ture. as sie now lie.-, at the Marine (1- NS NATIONAL BANK
Ways in Santa Rosa County. Florida.
17novOi0t United States Mar-hal.
HOTEL BUILDING A Genera-l BnIdng Buselee Cedueted en a Safe an Ca v ve
Notice to Contractors, Pensacola. Fla. B '
Sealed proposals for the general '-on-
struction of an eight-srory reproof Hotel -
building, for the Pensracola Hotel o'om- msCsopreI--~- .. .. Bshl. l. Cashier.
pan,-. Pensacola. Flnridla. will ibe rc-+-iv-d n
hy the Building Committee at the. office _____
of the Seorretary. F. F. Binghanm. Pentia-
c-ola. Florida. mn or before 3 p. m.. on
t!ca Ilth day of De-ember. l"08. when thy J REESE, B. M. CART. J. W. DORi. W. L. QUIA.
will be opened and publicly read. Plan Pr eidnLt. Vioe-PesMsat. Cashier. Asstant Cashi.
and specifications will on and after D)e-
cember 1st. 190S. I on file at the Cham- N national B ank of
ber of Commerce. Pensacola. Florida. or t
at the office of the Architect. W. L,. .Stod- h Plo l s
dart. 31 Union Square. New York City.
Proposal shall he accompanied by a cer-
tified che-lk for an amount equal to 3 per Pa 1
required by the specifications, and the Pensacola
Contractor to whom the award is made
will bt required to furnish Surety Com-
pantt Bonds within the time and under WRC TORS:
the conditions named in the specifica-
tions. J. J. DOT3ID, B. X. CART L. J. 3BWVE. T. A. WLILTEA
The rilit is reserved to reject any and
all bid., or any part or parts thereof. W. A. DEALI 0 Is J. ILRB B W. DeC_ LMU.-
The proposal shall be placed In a plain
sealed envelope and addressed "Proposal A General Baniskla usis Tm'amsst and Amcesmitt alloktedl Sh Mit iDlao e
for Building a Hotel for the Pensacola
Hotel Company. Pensacota. Florida." and wrte l s MSpecial Attention.
addressed to the Secretary of the Board _____________________________
of DirectorsF.F. Bingham. Pensacola.
Florida. (together with all drawings and O u P ". i .........u -
sPeeteatioens) on or before the time set KNOWL BROS. Pensacola St. Andrews a"d
for receiving the bids. I__ A'-_ ,
Blank forms of proposals. drawings and I Guf a
xpeetlcations for the exclusive use of the FIRE, LIFI, AMT. ARINEI. STAMR TAPIONM
bidders may be obtained only upon writ- WIrrjpg & MA
ten request or telrraph application ac- WW .. TsiIe A*in
compawled by a = or draft Ileposit of e V Wa CqmAW A
twe t-fve (W5.00) dollars to the Archi- LIPR AS5 A1 N r e w
tect. W. L. Eto#rt. 31 Union Square. W" W" P COLA,1111A M LE 1-a14APACim
New 'ort Cty. on and after the 28th day W-22. 9 ret Wo s. *..nd .. SarnL eInST.
of November. 190,. sid draft or deposit REWSMI_______________ lLLVl
to be refuted less thecost of production A ad al -pienSmLa St. Anr *-
upon return of the draw and sp -SOUTHERN BRICK CO. ll nd Aeslace..s.
nations In good order.iD)rawings Cad
specifations will be forwarded by ex- WsnuIr L*;
VrT" %WInwMtoy upon receipt of deposit BUILLOsP AN u r pIC a&
required anA bidders are requested -to Offles 4" T Bundles O W Leaves Penesacla, Tiesda
make early application for same. Phone M 0in8 Fie. r 9L.Andrews MIl aVnIt
Plans and apeclflcatlons for the use of -arr abi a--nd" -" tIUe-to- A- Mfa
sub-bidders wtil be on flue as above noted. e--iIsan I a
F. F. BINGHAM, T d H J.r.San
Secretary Pensacola Hotel .Company. The O a deClUd at Tv. m R A A
Dated at Pensacola. Florida, Novtem r ylur door c a wP. rt. nd A .
2LL"LL =,-= xf your door. 10c a m .



Money grows by saving it
and planting it in our Sav-
ings Department. Saving is
but the spending of less than
you earn. We pay 4 per cent.
interest, compounded, on all
savings accounts.
Commercial accounts so-

First National Bank

of Pensacola. Florida.
Designated Depository of the United States
W. M. KM-newfs.r. =Pre d W. K. HMyr., Jr., e-- Prem muEt Camtk..
The&. W. brIkt. AWt. Ceahlem. W. N. Robert, AM't. Caledr.
0.-. C. Creetm. W. A. teun wt H. Knuwee, W. K. Hy e Jr. and
Knewes Hyer.



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Life Motion Picures and Illutated Songs.

New Reels of the Very latest ano Best Pictures Daily

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

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At the Orpheum.'
The Orpheum turned people away at
'he matinee yesterday and last night.
ftl're the curtain west up a sign
was hung over the box office reading,
'No More Room."
Gmeoathmg occurred last night every-
*qiy was anxious to see, the face of
The OGirl in the Purple Mask," who
wras advertised to remove her mapk at
Sairsat show last night, which she
Toaight the baby will be given away

Don't Fail to Visit


live baby

You may win the
to be given away.

Saturday, November 28.
South's Mightiest Amuse-
ment Institution.
Traditions of Old-Time Show Intact ,but
Progressive to the Minute.
'"Mary," Biggest Elephant.
Great Millett Family. Acrobats.
The Flying Valentinos.
Greatest Performing Lions In the World.
The Riding Mayo. *
Beautiful Lady Trapeze Artlsts.
Acrobats. Aerialists, Funny Clowns.
Interesting Zoological Collection.
Street Parade at Noon.
Free Exhibition Outside When Parade
Ifeturns to Show Grounds.




their word. the pair ride off toa justice
o! the peace
We find Ruth eight months later in
Sa state of physical and mental unrest
She ;oathes her husband, yet seems
; held to him by that hate that is a..n-
!to love. Ghent is re.ermed and pros-
I peroiu.- when Ruth's relatives discover I
her re'r.ea;. She preiends to themr
.she i.. happy an;d declines to c1ear the
nimystery of her disappearance and mar-;
riage. They depart. Then comes the
sitrongest scene o! the play when the
wife confesses that in Ler husband's
ah-ence, she has earned enough money
w-avn_ and scl!ing Indian ba.skrtis
an'i hlanikes to tourists at a nearby
h aI'h resort to re-buy from the
"(G:-ea.!-,' the necklace of nuge.ts.
price of her slavery. and to subsi.
wit;4i6ot touching" a penny of the money
Sh has lavished upon her. Ghent. who
sincerely loves her, refuses to accept
;the necklace. Her brother overhears
their colloiquy andi iunsi.s that she ac-
company hinm home. Ghent i:s ;chd'rate
ibv finall' agrees to atjid- by her de-
ci.sion which is. "-Take me to tio'her."
In the closing act the principals ar'
a -.-,onhp(id in th., old hrmee in .v\ilfordl
ctoruers. Mass., where thie threads of
:he story are !:athe:-ed together in a
skein of happy reunion.
: Sparki'r Shows.
The generous approval (f everybody
and everything connected with the
John H. Sparks shows indicates that
Si it amnodern ,i ih-lass nd rustlmi

ii .j it r i Is "ti.!J)|- i*Fb anu gxiti mg
'-institution. It has the finest and moqt
Completely equipped special advertis-
ing car of any show in America. car-
rying a large crew of first-class ex-
perienced advertisers. After it comes
the finest and most cowplelely equip-
ted special train of enormous show
E GREAT DIVIDE) cars ever constructed, and a large for-
tune is invested in this alone.
Lovers of horse flesh will note that
to the person whose name is drawn the show carries the handsomest lot
from the box. A large crowd is ex- of thoroughbred horses they have ever
pected, seen, from the magnificent Norman
Percheron draft stock. tb the clean-
The Great Divide. limbed, beautiful Arabian ring stock
"The Grekt Divide", one of the big- and fancy menage and jockey horses.
guest artistic and commercial successes The hundreds of well dressed paos-
t t commercial uperous looking people, the gorgeous
New York has ever known, will be the cages. the elegant and costly costumes
attraction at the oRera house for Pri- and trappings. the car loads of expen-
day night and Saturday matinee. Nov s've and artistic paraphernalia, all
27 and 28. This play of deep and vital give powerful evidence that it is an in
passions and unique naturalism will stitution of merit. conducted by men
be presented by Henry Miller with a of brains and capital, who take pride
cast selected and rehearsed by himself in their business and are determined
and a production that is an exact du- to excel all other similar exhibitions.
plicate of the one used in New York This evidence of superiority will be
the past two seasons. The story of visible throughout the entire perform-
the play is briefly as follows: ance. as not a single cheap antiquated
Ruth Jordan. a young Massachu- or mediocre act or feature will be
setts woman, alone in a ranch house seen Men like Mr. Sparks are bound
in an Arizona desert, is confronted by to succeed in any undertaking for he
three drunken, roystering, passion- possess the genius and energy which
crazed ruffans. She seizes a .un to brooks no failure.
protect herself, but it misses fire and There is a rare treat in store for
in the desperation of the moment she everybody who sees this great show
offers herself in marriage to the least tomorrow afternoon and night.
offensive of the three if he will save
her from the others. Astounded at IT'S A CRIME
the unexpected -proposition the man to neglect your health. The worst
agrees. To one of his comnpanions- neglect that you can be guilty of Is
a Mexican-he offers all the money to allow constipation. biliousness or
in his clothes for his share in the girl. any liver or bowel trouble to continue.
The fellow laughingly retorts that the It is poisoning your entire system and
price offered would not pay for a dirt may lead to a serious chronic disease.
Majave Indian's squaw. When he is Take Ballard's Herbine and get abw-
offered a string of gold nugget., how- lutely well. The sure cure for any
ever. he agrees to sell. and there re- and all troubles of the stomach, liver
mains but one to deal with. Stephen and bowels.
Ghent-that is the barbarian's name- Sold and recommended by W. A.
now proposes that they fight a duel D'Alemberte. drugist and apothecary,
for the human prize, and as may be 121 South Palafox street. Pensacola,
surmised. he returns shortly, victor in Fla.
the contest..
There follows a splendid scene when
the man places his pistol in Ruth's
hand, allowing her the choice of kill-
ing him or herself. Unable to face VI L I OF
either the horror of murder or that o;
suicide, the young woman implore
him to take her away C once. shSe
has agreed to the bargain,.and will
stand by ft. But she..warns him that
it will mean misery for them both. In
the dead of night them, without fur-

Opera House
Friday and Saturday Matinee.
November 27th and 28th.



One 'lea ot Giuity


day and Another Arrest
Last Night.

Paul White, white. barkeeper for
Joseph Arbona. proprietor of the sa-
loon at the northwest corner of In-
tendencia and Zarragossa streets, was
arrested by the city authorities for









Where $1.00 is Doing the Work of $4.00.

It has everything beat a thousand miles. The wage-eaners are coming by the thousand to the greatest
of all Jewelry and Chinaware Sales in Pensacola's history. They are finding everything as advertised-goods
going at the raw cost of production, and complete satisfaction is the result in every instance. So get in line
and secure your holiday gifts-Diamonds, Jewelry, Chinaware, Toys, Graniteware, etc., at ,v-,r own prices.



selling liquor after 9 p. m. Wednesday
and was fined $25 yesterday morning
by Recorder Johnson, who remitted.
$13 of the fine.
The case was called in the record-
er's court yesterday morning, but no
evidence was given in the case, Re
corder Johnson assessing the fine on
a plea of guilty made by White, who
was present in court.
White was arrested for selling liquor
to negroes after 9 o'clock at night, ir
violation of the city ordinance require
ing saloons to close at that hour.
An Arrest Last Night.
P. E. Stokes, an employee of the .a-
loon at the southwest corner of Pala-
fox and Zarragossa streets. was ar-
rested at 9:20 o'clock last night by the
city authorities on aiwarrant charging
him with allowing personss not en-
gaged in the operation of the saloon
in his place of business after 9 o'clock
at night.
The case against P. E. S:okes, who
is an employee of th (te. N. Stokes bar-
rel house at the *bove location, re-
cently established in this city, will bc(
called in the recorder's court this
A splendid Stag 50c Table
D'Ote Dinner 12 to 3 p. m.
Sunday at The Delicates-
sen, opposite postoffice.




That All Florida

"Pistol Toters" Should
Be Sent to Jail.

A special from Miami says: The
criminal court of r-cord convened for
the November term Wednesday, Judge
W. I. Metcalf presiding. H. P. Bran-
ning rAepresenting the -tate. and H.
Dale Miller recording. All officers of
the court were in attc-dauce when
the court was organized, and about a
dozen lawyers appeared to e- present
when the dockt-i was sour.led.
Before sounding the d-. let. and
soon !if;c- -ourt c-am"i to order. Judge
Metcalf ;mad,' a brief stateni,-nt bt ar-
ing on t'ie pistol carrying habit in

"'The- long awaited great American
Play."-(N. Y. Press.)
By Win. Vaughn Moody
As presented at the Princess and Daly's
Theatres for more than 500 times.
Prices: Night. 25. 50. 75c, $1.00 and $1.50.
Matinees, 50, 75c and $1.00.
..... -. "' '' Seat sale Wednesday, 9 a. m.

If Any Men Have Doubts
About either of my cash stores' ability to serve
you perfectly in all your wearables, drop in to-day
and those doubts will vanish. Every department is
now at its best-Clothing, Hats .Shoes, including the
famous Regal, and a complete line of the choicest
Funishings. Remember, there's economy in every

Corner Palafex
and Main
Phone 297

Pensacola, Florida.

Corner Palafex
and Gov't.
Phone 47 8





I~~' 'V V 'V V V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'V 'VI 'V 'V V

Had a Royal Good Time Yesterday,
Thanksgiving, Each According to
the Bent of His Own Mind.


Everybody should avail themselves of the
opportunity to' secure exceptional bargains
of high-grade merchandise in every de-
partment of our great store.

Tatson, Parker & Reese Co.


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general, and in this county in partic- for publication-his view of a certain
ular. the penalty for which Is not leCs !selfish politician.
ihan thlee nionths in jail nor more n short." said 3r. Wu. "te man
han six months, or bc a f.tine of nolt
less than $11'0 nor more than 15ot0. reminds me of a doctor of Shanghai.
.Judge Metcalf said, in .;peaking ol "A mandarin came to this doctor
the evil: for advice. He could not sleep, had
"Before entering upon the trial bus- no appetite, suffered a good deal from
iness of the term, there is one matter depression, and nevertheless was tak-
the court wishes to announce: a mat- ing on fat at an alarming rate.
ter which .i causing cociaternation "- 'We'll soon put you in condition
and deep thought in this county in again,' said the physician. -WVhat you
other co'nitics of the s;at-'. and 'n oth- need is exercise, good hard exercise.
er states. and that is. the- frequent
tragedies arising from the reckless use
of firearms, or as it is niore frequent-
l. call d. p'i tol It.lting.' I I tis v:o ii-
ty within the last few months. there
have been four homicides, three ot
them from the use of pistol., our daily
papers are full of accounts from all
over the country (:f "'iistol' tragedi ,s.
-Humnan life is hl chap where for jWj,:
some offense or ift;it'id offense t'.ieM
man who feels aggr-i<-A.'d -an put his
hand in his pocolt. whip (;t: his pistol The old woman who lived
a nd with Vt 'dr('t'i% a word of warni ro .I
snuft out the ,-xs ~nce vof a fellow- Th S n Who live during t
man and send him. prepared or un Shoes
prepared, to meet his Mak.-r: it ma;.
he4 an enemy, it 'nay be a friend. their f<
ima:- ;: brother or a father, who a We ar
thus ui;(ii .]y meots his fate. It
re.ks lit:l. to the pistol carrier waen m C m
in ;a sudden i a:-sion the temptation
c('ui-s u'.n 111m io wre ik suddeui
vengeance anid the means :ire so close
at hand to carry i: out. 'I his leads.
me to say. that aft"r careful study of
the inatte-, and of the duty of the
court in mietirn: o(t suchh punishment
for crinr" as wi'l as far a; possible
(noett ta.f objec; of the i av. nam l-y.
a just piniis.hmo-ir of the off"-ider
with tIhe o:jo<(-' also in view of the
l;.inishmie'ni,. iing a deterrentt tr its B
re':(TiTion and a warning to others in
violation of the law. ihe court t is ia-.
pelled to say that th. aiterest and I
welfare of society demand at the i
hands of tr-' cOutrt on convictions for
-arr;.ing p'-tols :" (-oncealed weapons
such punishment as will. if possible.
serve as a det-.-rent to pistol carry-
ing. and that hereafter this count (un- .
less there are mitigating circum-
stance and the court can conceive of
few such',. will not confirm itself to
fines alone, but will impose imprison-
ment for said offense. The court
hopes to have t e support of every po-
lice officer of the court in aiding to
suppress this unjuntifta-le and un-
calle-d for habit in this county of pis-
tol carrying."
The WiY Phyrician.
The bril!tanr Chine7o amnba.iador.
Mr. Win Ting- F.inz. wa- ref-oen'ing T.)
a -rouu of correMQn mat1

Four times a week you can come here
and put in the morning polishing my
"'Hut why not my own floors?' the
mandarin inquired.
"*Mine,' said the physician, 'are
Only Remains Left.
"What's in here?" asked the tourist
"Remains to be seen," responded the
guide, as he led the way into the
mummy room.-Philadelphia Inquirer.
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