The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title:
Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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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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NOVEMBER 12, 1906.



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S Lake Ponchatrain, ear 000,000 Plan, ai0er MAYOR 0 DI
ew Orleans. ASSOCIATION CHANGED in New Orleans. MYOI

'Ts and G. A. WatermaT O TIV h Ntn d
Thke on the Former Were The National tdu-
Uninjured Wn- Treasurer. N U IM INIL national and Co0 peratWVe Pll Il
SPlunged ThrouT I Union Will Adt Some hl I
Two Coaches of the Lo- Association Will Hereafter UN T0 Measure to nce the
cal, Leaving Nearly Dozen Be Known as Mississippi WRO Ir PS Price---At L "Quota-
Dead and InjuringMany to Atlantic Inland Water- "" onsP the o
more. way Amociation--Build- the Crop BAD PLIGHT
ingof aCanal Philadelphia Society Lady Would Bring ,000
*y Assoc d pr. nesting the Atlantic and Became a Plunger in the More Than s Re- Locked in Prison Through a
New Orleans. La., Nov. to .-dayrs Gulf Di=ahseeid. Stock Market, and is Now ceived. Mistake, and Fired Upon
Y,. Of railroad trainmen today caumd the in Court Defending Suit -
eth of levei persons and nthe ino Court Defending Suit y A a**a by a (Guard When They
Jury of many more at Little Wood's A ctt P For $3 000. New Orleans. Nov. is called Wall t
Utatioa. a fishing and hunting camp Columbus, Ga., Nov. 11.-Practical within the power of of
on Lake Pbatchartal,n twelve miles illustrations of water power in theuth to bring the tton heir reeom.
froa this city, whea the Great North- South occupied most of the time today aV Asselassed rs. the south to bring theth de- T h F
era express crashed nto the rear of of the closing session of the Gulf New York, Nov. 11.-The story of back to last year's I the de-
the New Orleans and Northeastern Coast Inland Waterways Association how a society woman of Philadelahia claration of Presidena Barrett y Assocated ea
docal. convention here. The delegates today speculated to the extent of $8,000,000 when ae formally o0 capven- Chicago. Nov. ll.-Locked in the
Between Slidell and New Orleans boarded a steamer for a trip on the t th told Ia the tio of the Farm1 -- and Bridwell jail where they had gone
the Great Northeath trains ran over Chattahoochee river, during which inon hwas i e n F to viilt one of the matrons. unable to
the tracks of' the N. 0. & N. E. The they were shown interesting hydraulic supreme court, today. The net resu Co-oerative Union, Y nd an atendant to Tass them
local train of the Northeastesr from Idevelopments. of her dealings, saiod to hae be when. we succeed the through the enclosure, and fired at<
Hattlesburg and other Mississipi The main project discussed by the mae on "tips" e one o e price of cotton to M that as fugitives whw.n they scaled the
points that Is scheduled to arrive members of the convention has been ing financiers of America, is a debt of hanged last year, her wall. was ti e experience of Mice Mar
ere at e i6 t-twenty. Is followed by the building of an east and west ship $376. She is alleged to have won byranged last year, l ett garet Costella and Miss Alice Zim-
the fast O t Northern train from I canal across Florida. connecting the heavily in the bllmarket of 1906bu amid the applause t or er, two Autin girls, last night.
Covington. Otue here at elghtforty9 Atlantic ocean and the Gulf of Mex- er gains ad much of her fortune more delegwaes iwh the Miss Costella had been invited to
Today the Northeastern tri was went away in the "let panic" of th Coliseum. He said s- visit the Bridwell by her aunt a
late and a difference of twenty etas- The name of the Gulf Coast Inland of 17. Mapers a to matron at the institution, and iss
ltes in ruannng time between trains ; Waterways As oelation was changed The woman i Kather uM. r coh- ectthes tbUe Zimmer accompanied her.
Was, considerably reduced. When En- to the Msissippi to Atlantic Inland man, wife of William B. Churchman, ight riders." After being shown through the
Ineer Blackman, of the Great North- Waterway Association. a close personal frid of J. P ed s illogical a saw* house of correction by Mrs. Guiren,
ern train, passed 81klell, he claims he Oleers were elected, as follows: Morgan. Mrs. Churchman is defetd- e "asIon ,t in a U the matron. the girls, who are each
was given the usual right-of way sig- President-Du can U. Fletcher, of ant in a sutrit brought by Edward Hard- thends, but did int 17 ears old, were vted to rema
mial a5nI roeeeded ahead et a forty Jackovlle, vfla. ing., assignee for the brokerage firminvokends, ut ddlawless for cheon in
fyof Mills Bros & Co., which failed In invoke, lawless ax v-f. or luncheon.
fte lile clip. As he approached the Vice-President at Large--Charles of Mills Bros & Co., kh failed in l The dele t~ It was dark when the matron bade
tafte at Little Wood's, be discerned J. Swift, Columbus, Ga. August of last year. Harding's counsel t p erso them good-bye az.4e prison door and
he oteeal, which suddan- Secretary-Leand J. Henderson, will argue today on a ihotion for the =lottn has beer they started for a gate at the en-
Y lo up from beneath the canpy Apalachicola.s a. appointment of a referee to hear test so ganh io. / closure. This they discovered was
Sa e. Engineer Treasre A. terman Pens- money. The greater part of her deal- the convention locked. They hurried back to the
mi ges n Bck aret the th r crer. A. Waterman, ensaIngs, it is alleged, was on margin. The tbha- w tehe b& building, but on trying the doors,
hi.d baa thessa ne d emlc olatpuor- ca, In one dat oo hee account t s I building, Warehouse. ni g t. th do
t te pms ay loe motive ealrary Presidenat- John Craft, purchases i one day for her account temI and t that they, t6o, were ratene
SIt late _hole ciel ofm he Ve lea-Pt nfs--$ John0 A. no000 d $ .t000. while $108,000 ao. at hlw r l After pounding on the prison doors
Jrm -; purchases II re frl uent,.iUt a albeoa i.f a shoi ting without .resnlt. the girls
hundre-s of thousands of dollars. pe t... w-,'-l---h
eWod th I to be discussed, ml- y bet thegolint n"r a gate, they asstted' each
e t wppi, Benjamin Humpreys; principal ones, and they wrmed the o their to the tap and were lowering
SUsbeDAY he S Sundm hl Iostana Warrep 13. Reid; Illinois. keynotes to the a re o welcome themselves to the other side when a
HOOL SSSION. Robert Isham Randolph; Indiana, S. by Mayor Behrman 4New Orleans guard apr.,,: 'J. commanded themW to
Detrol Mich., No A. Thompson, I s chmond. and the response of Presid~at C. S. halt. and fi.ed his revolver t
o t Eb P R.,E T 1 O.-Experts E I Barrett, of G organ county, Ga. o sa Fearing they would be shot as fugi-
r Plglo nstruction from Pany cities NEW ORLEANS PORT REPORT. addresses were all- that t~ e o social ties. the girls leaped to the ground
land "tates will address the forty- PT N program mapped oa for tha lay, as and ran, -later boarding a car for
eighth annual Michigan satle Sunday New Orleans, Nov. 11.-Evidence of program mapped out o rtes ayeashome.
school e 0ventlon, opened :Iere this renewed prosperity throughout the the convention proper does not open w
enornolg. Three days will be oce- MissisuilI valley was pre-ented to- until tomorrow.
Pled by the sesalions.The convene. day on th Publication of the amountMammoth Warehouse.
tion has for its motto : and values of exports at the port of The original plan to build a mam-
"it is the whole business of the New Orleans for the month of Octo- iT moth warehouse at New Orleans has
church and It is the business of the ber, 1"08. The total value of all ex- now broadened itself in the opinion
%whole c-urch to give the whole gos- ports at this port during the period of the delegates until it appears that
1*1 to the whole world as speedily mentioned was 12.884029 which is majorityt of them favor a large cen- TH FLOOR
as possible. The Sunday school is over $4.000.000 more than during Oc- trail warehouse here, with other ware-
out for business, or it has no busi- tober. 1907. and exceeds that of the houses in Texas. Missihssippi. Ala-
ness to be ourt." month of October every )ear --ince bama. Georgia. Tennessee. Arkansas
TO PUR 045.080. Adopt Resolutions Look- ing to the plan. are to ;tore their
Washington. Nov. 11.-A small ap- POSTMASTERS MEET.- cotton in these warehouses. where it W
Toaord theisot bo wil held utie the arkentio Ste r-
propriation by congress will be rec- ing ard Keeping the ir fany. In to be helduntilthe menaretsui
ommender d by General Allen. chief of Phoenix, Ariz.. Nov. 11.-With leave Fa er in Closer Touch ir a nre to b. issued warehouse ertif -
the signaL corps. in order that he of absence granted by the postmaster cFas me in the er Touch are to b issued warehouse certift-
may be In readiness to purchase any general, the member- of the Arizona With Conditions Through- cates for the andmount ofhese c ertificates arotto they
Improved wireless telephone device Postmasters' association convened have stored and these cerifcates are
that may be offered during the next here today. Several fraternal organ- out the Cotton Belt. to be negoible at the bank. A- Harvey Watterson, Son of
year. The wireles- telephone is now izations and other bodies will also ready New Tleans bankers haoy. giv-
regarded as one of the most import- H old meetings here during the next en them assurance that probably Henry Watterson, of
Pint developments for the advance- few days and the delegates will at- By Arsoclaedi Press. $30.000,000 could he advanced in this
snent of tie work of the signal corps. tend the Territorial Fair. Memphis, Nov.ct l-The establish- manner here and an address by Louisville, Plunged to His
meant of a bureau for the distribution prominent New Orleans banker is to
S NO SESSIONh OF A. F. OF L NATIONAL COUNCI O WOMEN. of a ra for to ettrito be one of the features of the conven- Death in New York Yes-
-F OF L. NATIONAL COUNCIL O WOMEN.ith r-ard to the cotton rop b tions program .
ofnver. Nov. 11.-The convention .1'nion City. lnd.. Nov. l.--r.epara- was tentatively approved by the con- The so-called "night riding" in the terday Afternoon, When
of he Amerloan Federation of Labor tiors are being 'made hme for enter- ference of planters and others whose Souith will also receive the atwentios He Fell F*om Window.
held ino session today and the mem- taining prominent women front all interests are associated with the pro- of the convention. President; Barrett e l o Wo
bers went to Colorado Springs to vls- over the country next wek, wuhen duction of cotton here today lIs a hai already come out in a statement A _ter bn w
it the Union Printers' Home ax guests the National Council of Women will means of enabling the f armer to keep denouneing t hisrt practice and declar- bk a t ha s d
of te International Typographical hold its eth annual executive in closer touch with the conditions heg that. while the union is deter- By Associated Press.
muion. th enin g h omeetingit ; a throughout the cotton blt ad more a mined that the rice of a otton shall go ew York. Nov. .-eHarvey i atter-
jy b h ro resolution, which was introduced by up, only lawful means will be used son, lawyer and youngest son of Hen-
** E. H. Frazier, of Atlanta, Ga.. was to accomplish this purpose. ry Watterson. editor of the Louisville
Exc t nsg Debate on Sending an adopted, subject to revision by a ape- Li Sum Ling to Speak. Courier-Journal. plunged 1o his death
cial committee. Among the notable addresses to be from the nineteenth floor of his office
AWillim Another plan for a betterment o: delivered during the convention will building. Xo. ",7 Wall street, late to-
sadd ress to thm pror We eiamn he method of handling the crop was be that of Li Sum Linug. editor of the tday. His body shot down about one
suggested by H. H. Rogers. of Louis- Hong Kong Chinese Mail. who says hundred and ten feet. ant landed o't
vllle. Miss., who proposed the forms- he will tell the delegate.s that notah- the root of a tenra-story building ad-
B y Asseocated iPress bers in several groups refused to ac- tion of an association along the lines ing makes a Chinaman so happy as joining. Almost every bone was
Berlin. Nov. 1o.-The most exciting cept the chancellor's explanation with of the National Farmers' Union, the wearing a shirt made of southern broken and the head crushed. Death
debate in a long time in the Relchstag regard to the emperor's interview hnowever, to inclde s it itervie tdlat w practcl Inltnt nou s.
factory, or as requiring a guarantee the growth and marketing of the sta- an advocate of a Chinese-American to the tragedy, evidently it was ea-
thou by the majority of a proposition for the future. bat when the propo- ple. Although Rogers's remarks alliance and that he would speak on tirely accidental. Presumably he at-
to send an address to the emperor. tior. of addressing the emperor formal- brought forth considerable applause "these lines tomorrow *-vening. tempted to lower a window and either
elling his attention to the danger ot ly on the subject was put to the house action was deferred. Govermior Hoke Smith. of Georgia, stumbling o-er the radiator, which is
htis majesty's personal intervention in the governmental majority did no Today's discussions dealt with prac- Governor .. ..ared Y. San'l'rs of Loui<- in front of the low sill, or losing his

-eign politie~s, heitalce in voting against it. eally every phase or the present con- iana. Thomas Watson of Georgia, footing in some maber unknown.
The dic ion bro forth st I was said oda that the emperor editions in the South as they effect C. T. Ladson and F. 1.. Seeley of pitched forward and down to death.
Thexprediscussion brought forth strong was said today that the emperor the planter. T. H. Sisson, a promi- Atlanta. and J.ohn M. Par-er. of New Wattereon was thirty years old andn
xnost parties. The displeasure of the port of the proceedings at Donaueps- nent planter of WinoVn. Miss.. de- Orleans, are amonz those slated for married. He was the junior member
house was concentrated principally chington. where he is the guest of cared the central warehouse Idea a6- addresses on the official program. of the law firm of Wing. Russell and
hpon Chancellor Von Buelow. Men- Prinice \on Fuerstenberg. vanced by Frazier should be accorded While many of the delegates have Watteson. Mrs. Watterson is pros-
o-ubstantial endorsement by the fed- already arrived, others are expect- treated.
eral government. ed tonight and tomorrow. It is be-
*lieved that the attendance will be be- RICHARD CROKER 18 TO
M ark Twain excepted in TO RACE IN CUBA. tween fifteen and eighteen hundred. RETURN TO AMERICA.
-New Orleans. Nov. 11.-Representa-s PICTURES GOT 'EM IN TROUBLE. New York, Nov. 11.-According to
fiC S f P s n Ws* tves of the Cuban Racing Associa- -- advice- from Dubliqfl Richard Croker,
tion are in New Orleans today mak-1 Birmingham. Ala.. Nov. 11.-After the former Tammany chieftain, will
i tag arrangements to send to Havana having their pictures taken in a postal sail in a few- days for an extended
a large number of American horses card photograph gallery with cigar- visit* to America. It is statd that
By Amoclated SPr eaa commercialism as the trouble and which are usually raced in the South ettes in their month and each with a Mr. Croker will stay at least two
oth RHdley, Mass.. Nov. 11.-Bliss went on: during the winter season. On account pistol in hand. Sa-n Brown and Y. P. months. and will take advantage of
SPeriry, editor of the Atlantic Mf thly. "The literature is not yet represen- of adverse racing legislation in the Thomas, two young men who came the opportunity to travel far and
thinks that this country's literature tative of the beot tihikia* tad feeling south, these representatives claim the here from Valdosta. Ga.. to seek em- wide over the country where he
Ihas attracted few men "*broad minded of the country. Magazines are more next few weeks will be marked by ployment. were arrested by a deputy achieved his fame.
encegh to understand the full spirit immediately representative, no doubt. large shipments of horses to Havana. sheriff and locked up in the county After a week or tw6 In New York.
of American literature." but in this than books. but they iare less truly rep- through the ports of Galve-'to. New jail on the charge of carrying conceal- the ex-Tammany leader will go to
,-en' ration he makes an exception of resentative than the newspapers. The Orleans and Tampa. The cleostg of ed weapons. The roung amen stated Florida. He will then travel through
"Mark Twala. Mr. Perry gave utter- dally press gives a more adequate and. the two big tracks at New Orleans that there heard Birmingham was a the South. and his journry may ex-
ance to this c inion In at address be- oa the whole, a more reassuriag tdi- this year will result in many local bad place and therefore' brought pi:- tend as far westward as La Angeles
trit re women. students of Mount cation of the trend of contemporary I turtmen going to Havana for the win- .tols with them w ehile hating or and San Franvcisco Later he will vis-
lll' 1..' (C'olie. he decided Amert- affairs than do the masaaigos." Ite.r work. it NassauL in the West Indies.






Saloons of

Pensacola tWilM

Continue to Close Their
Doors at 9 p. m.

Sent the Measure Back to the POLICE COMMI-TTEr





Would Be a Very Non-Pro-
gressive Move on the Part
of the City, RI-pecially as
Plans to Build Permanent
Walks Have Been Pre-

The new sidewalk ordlinaace, which
was passed by the city council at its
meeting of two weeks ago, has been
vetoed by Mayor Goodman, the latter
giving as his reason that it wioud be
a very nonprogressive move. In re-
turning the ordinance to the council.
the mayor sent in the following com-
"Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 11, 1908.
"Honorable President and City Cota-.
cil, Ctty of Pensacola:
"Gentlemen: I am returning to you
ordinance No. 51 entitled "An Ordi-
nance relating to Side-Walks in the
City of Pensacola" without my approv-
al. as I feel that if this ordinance
was approved and became a law that
it would .be a very naoprogressive
"On July 26t4a, 1997, your honorable
body passed an ordinance prohbibltUi
wooden walks in the city of Pensacola.
I approved tbis ordiunace because 1
considered wooden pralks aanmitary,
unsafe and expensive.
"On March 5th. 19"8, your honor-
able -body passed an ordiaanbe author-
izing the Board of Works to permit
temporary wooden walks where the
street was found to be ot of thea
grade, provided that when the g .nd
of the street should be iai to conl-'

dinances. I ro4 ,['M. lli
because of the fact that tlt wasy
not in a position to pur aI streets
that are very much out of grade to the
prooer grade.
"On .l ne 24th, 1908, your hi
body pas.-ed an ordinance hiu=il
and directing the Board of Works te
cause the removal of defective and aen-
safe plank or wooden side-walks It
the city of Pensacola. by making it
the duty of the marshal to report all
such imsafe walks to the chairman of
the Board of Works, who is authorized
to issue notices to the owners or
agents adjacent to such alleged de-
fect ive side-walks to appear before
the board within twenty four hours
and show cause why such side-walk
should not he condemned as a *public
nuisance and after said notice has
been duly served and such owner or
agent. does or does not appear, the
said hoard shall. if it *be satisfied from
testimony that any such side-walk is
so defective and mnsafe as to be dan-
gerous to person passing over rame
to declare such side-walk to be a pub-
lic nuisance and shall order the super-
intendent of streets to tear up and re-
move such condemned side-walk, if the
owner or agent fails, or refuses, to do
so within twenty-four hours. I ap-
proved this ordinance because it re-
lieves the city of any liability in case
of injury to persons passing over the
unsafe side-walks.
Modem Sidewalks.
Vith the relief furnished by the
lah, two ordinances mentioned and as
the plans and specifications have -been
drawn for th- construction of ten
miles of cement side-walks and the
city attorney informs me that be will
have contract ready Thursdia. Novem-
ber 12. 1940. which will provide that
payments for :he construction of the
walks under this contract .shall he
made to cover a period of from two to
(Continued ao Second P 3a


Recommended That the Qr-
dinance Be Amended a..
That 11 p. m. Be Mie the
Closing Hour- Aldermen
Told How They Voted in
the Prohibition Rlection,
and Why They Oppose a

Two reports were submitted to te
city council at the meet last nash
by the Are and police committee rel.
active to the resolution troU the
Board of Public Safety askige that
the saloons of the.- Ety be allowed to
remain opera until 11 o'clock at night,
instead of 9 p. a., as is now required
by an ordinance passed by the council
a few days previous to the late wet
and dry election held in Iscambia
county. The uemtion came before -
the council in the form of an ae n
2meat to the present early closig d-
mance and caused much discussion
among the aldermen at the meeting
last night. The present closing law
wil remain, the vote being 9 to 3 In
its favor.
The fight for the adoption of the
majority report was led by Alderjan
Reilly, who moved that the report be
adopted. Alderman P. K. Yosge led
the aght for the adoption of the mi-
Mty report.
Th1e privilege of the floor was grant-
od to anyone present to .peak on be-
half at or against the adoption of the
amemnmdSt apd B. A. DavtI and L. C. j
Beawett appealed to the council to re-
n tted a certain

t + .~to : m .... + '
Fj- t the re o -M
pHlce dmmamittee was is follows'
"tesacela Fla .. Nov. 11, .
dATo the President and Members of
the City Conncl of the tity of Pea-
"Gentlempe: Your committee on
*re and police to whom was referred
the recoy-nmendptlon of the board of -
public safety relative to the amend-
ment of the ordinance of the city re-
quiring saloons, etc., to close at sinp
(9) o'clock p. m., beg leave to report
thereon as follows:
"They favor the amendment of slid
ordinance as recommended by said -
board, except as to the penalty clause. ,
md as to that they would recommend,
if said ordinance be amended the fol.
-FPlrst-Per the first violation pun"
ishment by a Sne not less than onmt
hundred ($100) dollars, or by. impris-
Onment oat less than thirty (30) .
sor more than sixty (got) days, ow
both. such fine and Imprisonment at
the discretion of the recorder.
"Second-For any subsequent vio-
lation punishment by a fine not less
than two hundred and fifty ($250)
dollars and by imprisonment not lesu
than thirty (30) days.
"RepieWtfuly submitted,
A Dissenting Report.
Alderman ingraha, the other
member of the fire and police commit-
tee. who made the minority report,
said he could not concur in the ma-.
jority report for the simple reason
that if the police department failed
to enforce the present early closing
law there is no guarantee that they
would enforee the ordinance if it was
amended in accordance with the ima,
jority report. He was opposed te
changing the present ordinance It
any. manner. He believed that the
(Continued on Page Two.)

Monument to Soldiers of

Rhode Island Was Unveiled

By Assoclated.Prea. Governor Noel. of Missippi, de-
Vicksburg. Miss.. Nov. 11.-The livered the address, and State Treas-
Rhode Island monument, erected in urer Walter Read. of Rhode Island. In
the Vicksburg National Park in mem- the absence of Governor Higgins. ac-
ory of soldiers of thas state who took cepted the nmonumernt for Rhode
part in the campaign around Vicks- Is4and. The weather was disagreeable,
burg. was dedicated today, and the attendance was small.

Animal Trainer Killed; His

Wife is Being Held by Officers

By Asociated Prs. Ashley Alexander RteiMcards, and 9
Birmingham, Ala.. Nov. 11.-Barney greceryman, George Titaiter, whe
Keys, a former anaial trailer who lives in the neighberbood.
e wih J three The woman says she knows noth-
came here with Jones's circus three Ing of the shooting, not being ia the
years ago and has b working in a room at the time. The other* make
local segro park. was sot and killed denials also.
at his home here this morning. There The poltee are working on the case.
is much mystery to the afair. bhawng fnod the mass' pistol with
The oficera are holding the man's empty card ge. Keys formerly lv,
wife. Carrie Richards. his stepson, ed In Ka City.

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hereby declared Inegal. Every per- you. it is OurJudgment that the tes- Alderman YYonge aks Communications
son wh4, shall make such contract or timny tre yO unexplained an Alderman Pe . oe, speaking n The com nicaton from the board
engage in any such combination or uneojradicted. would warrant a con- hAlderman P. o ge, speaking in of public w asking foran appro
conspiracy shall be deemel guilty of vctM on the chart t would be you behalf of the adoption of the minority priation sufficient to cover the ost
a misdemeanor.' duty to return a true bill. It is not report, said he believed that it te of sprinkling Tarragona street was I
"Section 2. 'Every person who shall your province to hear both sides ot pesentordinance had not been adpt- of sprinklredtoing Tarrag committee. A
monopolize, or attempt to monopelise. thU case. The accused is no: ou ril on the eve of the w and dr request from the same board for $750 A
or combine or conspire with any oth- until be is arraigned In court, where election the result of that election to cover the cost of filling in itches
or persi.-., to monopolize any part of he la to be heard by himself, his coun- would probably have been different- was also referred to this committee.
the trade or commerce among the sev- sel and witnesos. Wat evidence or orig to cause the defeat of the Ma- The board ao t public work also ask-
ral sate, or with foreign nations kind of v neewbuld warrant a on- ont ethed t ofe ma- The board o publriatiworkn of also ask-
shall be deemed gllty of a misde- you ander the counsel of the t t f ow an increase in the pay of street
haber.' ddmtrict attorney. must be the nids e. f t committee and announced that be wepers.- Thia went to a-ie finance
"Monopoly in the prohibited sense Evidence before yoV or elsewhere. is would vote against the amendmentt sweepers. Th wet to e nance
Involves the elements of exclusive not to be judged its volume but'He also announced that he voted rcommi solution otee.ered b Mr. Walk-
privilege or claim which restrains rather by its igaieance. It cannot wet in the prohibition election. er at the resoluastmeetin of the boardlk-
others from the exercise of a right or be measured or counted or weighed Alderman Andrews said te matter er at theworks last meeting to seer conard
liberty, which they had before the in any Proper sense of the word was already settled ad thought t punecblions was referred to the general con-
monopoly existed. In commercial law The only standard of measuring or should remain settled. He believed nectnce committeerred to the general
It is said to be the abuse of free com- welghbtn evideae is by its effect on any change would give the question The ordinance andcommitteas committee re-
merce. by which one or more individ- the belief and conselence of sensible the appearance of chills" play. In The water and gasof a drinking
eals obtain the advantage of selling, and impartial men endeavoring to as sek on be lf of the adpo fountain near Van Pelts -tore on the
alone and exclustvrly all of a certalt certain ~ t tub. the minority report he said it was outing road. This was referred to
kind of mre' 1hnise or commodity to The District Attorney. unnecessary for him to aunue how othelin rcommitteerre to
the detriment of the general public. "The district attorney, as before be voted la the "wet and dry" elec- The faner das committeee wasc
"It will be observed that by an an- stated, is the legal advisor of youti. He later added to this state- e r to phase rwbilers
alyals of the term mhoe"ply, there body, and will wait upon and cousult meant by saying e voted "ry. for given power to purchase new boilers
are ftumd two elements. vi: as ex- with you in your deliberations. Six- Alderman Reilly. works. The cost of the boilers is
elusive right or privilege on one side, teen f yot number is a quorum, or Alderman Reilly supported the $4.700.
nd a restricting or restraint on the your body. And must at all times be adoption of the majority report of the The ordinance granting the L. & N.
other, which will operate to prevent present dang your deliberations, and committee and on several occasions railroad the right to build a spur
the free .exareise of a right or liberty n amll aces, twelve of your number expressed his desire for the success track on South Alcanis -treet was
open to the public before the monop. s- vmot r an indictment before you of the amendment to the present ord- read the second time and referred to
oly was secured. This is, I think, the would be auterlsed in returning a finance. He believed the saloon men the city attorney and ordinance and
general meaning of the term as Im- true bilL You slb regulate the should have come consideration at engrossing coUmittee. Aldermen
pled In the second section, which time of your daily meetings and ad- the hands of the council and said he Andrews and Moyer voted against the
reeds: 'An attempt to monopollse any joumirents as early as may be con- considered the early closing ordi- passage of this ordinance as read.
part of the trade or eCoiz.=rce among vealent with the adjouraments of and ,nance an injustice to the saloon men, The ordinance providing for the

the reasonable dispatch of the buam when the hheh which they pay
Miess of the cOurt. is taken io" stlfatm.. He la-
W v The oath yo have taken imposI formed the council that some liquor
the -- obligation upo you, that you will alrdy gone out o bu*-
a m mso awn I present no nma from malice, hatred nethe passage the early
NiDm n U t3riLEb AEEALU or envy. nor leave_ any man unpre- high license ordina e,.
...W ..... V... ..U seated for love, affection,' favor, re- adt to the time when the
: ward or hope thereof. That oath, g-nam goted from oiag
...... tlmen. Is one that has been ep-* recent sateet oar
Mte- states,' and must be as attempt tomed by the wisdom of centuries, Mad not believe that it
to seome or ac itre an exclusive it is one that you should keep wen to wton of the citiseas of
.. ... l -rightw to bach trae which p9roee the front throegout your delibers- restctions were plac-
tl0M to the Jury C- others bt oa gg in such trd-. Uio. The grand jury should closely ed a that they were to
"A moly which will be a viola- scrutinize the testimony before it. A be as to force them
tie l Fof t e'tin two of the Sherman reckless or heedless observation of out He also expressed
S-at, ould be said to. exist Wen *ae your oath might entail great injustice the tf an election was held
,- or more or companies, by any and hardship upon citizens of your now t restrictions on
u, CHA E TH1E 30V TO 1 than fair and leitcnmate community: in the exercise of a ju- the would oe a major-
HE CHAR"D TH eY TO no secure control of a sub- dical scrutiny over your deliberation; ity of again. notwith-
m DiLO mT IN INVATIATIN m n art the tre trade between the you have a right to question the mo- stand ta that these re-
mT/ WN ITw st.t ade foreign atUons tI tives, and to look to the bias of wit- strictio ced the vote of the
COMhMNATIONS IN E1TRAINT lSu aratcle of mmrce. nesses before you. No citizen of people election.
-hia oece which I have defn- probity, no citizen of good reputation Aledrman also believed
OF IWMRSTATE COMMIERICE,- ed within the purview of the b herman should be subjected to the vhtdletive- that the restrictions were not placed
act, is ooa ed .. generally by a con- neas of his enemies n the grand Jury on the saloons to force them out of
HOMIESTEAD LAWS PEONAG piracy. A conspiracy as an offense room. On thie other hand, it is your business.
AND VARIOUS 0TI45K OFFENIES saainsithe United States. defined and province to scrutinize and inquire Alderman Brown said he favored
AND VARIOUSOTbyR OFFENt 0 of the closely into theonuct of individIa s saloons being operated in Pensacola.
DEALT WITH. viem t & 1t s committed when two no matter how eminent, no matter how but voted for an adoption of the mi-
or mere persons agree together to powerful they may be. The law is nority report of the committee.
an oeasn e against the United made for all, and so long as the law Alderman Williams declared he
--n ir ltale. one or more of ,uch per- is fairly and Impartially administered, voted "dry" in the "wet and dry" elec-
The sm a j .r t.. h ..a-i--s iw to w d agement do an y act to ro long a the people have confidence tion and said he would always vote
term of the Ukated States COUrt was0 e ut the object of the agreement that justice w be administered with "dry." He also Said that if the
em nasld a" 1 lag e ysteray or conspiracy. out respect to persons, and that thoamendment to the present ordinance
morning -whena lt waspe d. PoDeene Explained court wil do equal right to the poor was adopted the saloon men would
Judit w parslectled. 0-f e- "There is another offense which has and rich, that long will the pdblil next ask for a "daylight" closing hour.
SRI was sem ewn up t in our country with its manifeet a due reverence for the The vote on the adoption of the
jury .t modem development and industry. courts sad qphold the supremacy of minority report resulted as follows:
haep the jury eta a m tw peonage. I do not know ty aw r Aye-Andrews. Anderson. Roche-
"Y..-a" i -a ses--w-0 111t, C -tonosy be called to your "I am sure, gentlemen. you under- blave, Yonge. Ingrahani. rown, Wil-
Us atteit United States A nti t me Infractions of thi- law. nd and keenly appreciatetheduty Hiamw, Wright, McGaughey.
myWlsonSn d s tAtone yLw T as wa liermaly doubt among law- and responsibility imposed by the sa, Nay-Dunham, Moyer, Reilly.
L av-sYa w a in ace -iname ers and Juiasts whether the c-evis- c*d oath you have just taken. Your _.
upon the Jury advsn it in esa case i of ade I anS he duty ad responsibility and mine are OtheT Business.
brought up for reised states were applicable to co-ordinate and I hope and believe we A communication from the mayor
Julde o 09pa1trevthie states, while by tfrdamental enter upon the joint and reciprocal in which he vetoed the ordinance re-
Jude Sheppard' cha which was charter reere te right f local duties of this term, important as they lasting to the construction of tempo-
listamd to attentively by the jury, legislation on all p ce questions and Tay be, with one purpose and desire. rary sidewalks, was received and filed.
was aa follows: atern al at, but te supreme court to do our full duty as we are able to The finance committee was granted
"Gentlemen of the Grand Jury: Is in the well known Clytt case, settled t further time to report on the matter
obedience to a long eftebtisb-A usage all question as to the constitutonal- "It has been said that the 'greatest of appropriating 2,000 for the pur-
o courts to chargrt ar ea"- ity at the law alat holding ~sift of government wholly depends on pose of making an experiment with
ever erad. I wil briefly istruct In the Unted State to a condition of.*atdsact m m s a season t petrolithic tpaaing
you as to same of the powers sd du- peonage. That is to say, hold such t .mi.te from its teachings these The report of he board of public
ti at y body. personeas to work against their will and aret an truest standards of a safety was reeved and fled.
f"t is taem *ty of ta tandm Jnry Consen in paymout or discharge of popls e'sprogress in the sebe=& ot f --II,,I-,_ T___..
to ta a mate n a dt dueor named to be duefrom government.' C..omptr her's Report.
to be crimes Or 1 a the the employed to the employer, and The work of te court and jury in- The com$tBer's report in print-
laws of the United States, tta t So he etions I ave referred to pro- visible as it may be, to the physical ed form was read as follows:
laws t l theUnied t _ea ittd the sectiass lame referreturore, iseveryOre of far reaching Penmpela. . .., Nov. .., l3..
and triable In the Noit-he D iint hit the holding arreatig or rtr- oonsequeac e to -y uumsnityT wht taehing t-e .,
ef ForIda ad yur' w yr In tnhls lag I pegsvnsmto the involuntary s- aSr Wt c 't --ot n ...cil.
pet Is nalmtted. mr jurisdiction vi of another to work out a debt would e the" t i a progress and Gentlemn--B w ease find state-
extads to all erimes as d eaes atst the will of the person in. great daeh1t of our country If meant of sdisbursements for
cerneanhe under the authority of the da- d. life and liberty were not made secure the month f Ibs:
TUntd States committed in oe North- -eonage as defned by the supreme by' the sacred adml*m traUt. of ji. Expenses Moth September, .198
ernaDitrit of Florida, or upons say court is compulsory I involuntary sev- ti- 1 he* flel of ofurt cilkath. Is D.eprmit of Pubic safety.
governet reservation. or of offense tude; the pe.can release himself it Athing t ed to be wonde at, but Police Proteet.m .
aps the high an when such of tre by payment of the deB, but to ly made strog and enduring Salaries of M a
ers ase Orst brought to. or landed In otherwise the servitude is enforced. 'by te golden threads ord. as d a tathoe su
this distrc. A clear nilno exists between pe- e xatts; I t e I. u, t&he d at ............... .. 24LM
"Oert" of the U ited Stats have ageand the voluntary performance em sd i the co rtAry do their duty Patll asLpImnse ..... e.
so common law Jurisdletioa. Yer of labor in payment of debt. In the f 'earlesslye ada Ie-."part y f cou in S31O
investigations therefore, can he 4- latter case, the debtor, through con- an in"p rable part hae court...St .. a3,3-
ectd only to such o ee s a have acttag to pay his debt by labor, can deuce in the ef b o c have laon- wtal ............ .re4t-P 7tti
ben created by acts Of comgres a elet at say time to qit, and no w l.e o the law wl ProtetI:
There are offeades. however wMeb compels a e mtinueace of the service. t will obey Its mandates. Salaries Chief and U.m-
afy be prosecuted on lnfjrmaties by It wag not the lmtton or purpene p... ............ 1,M1
the district attorney without lrst ofthe la, &. gpwer to uadertake To Drive Out Malaria U e ^TemSt h- .a
'brIgnag them to your atteatin. It to regulate contract between indi. Aend Buld Up the Ss Aws*R kta a S 70.-
s not neomary for me to enter aInto vnasa or to encourage one class of Take the Old Standard GRO s E eaewm
an elaborate enumeratie t the of- .t- s to de-ra t and there TATELSS n t TONIC. Ye an m aM .... .- .... .11
tenss fat which you have aginal eg- ean a e-dobt tkn state legialat ow what you're tabng. The for ne Houses .. 0.
niaace. SenerUlly spebaking, theyf e mpetent to protect the employer oila is planl i priated on everyt. tHydraent R .otaJ. Jly.
are, latractim of the maternal rove- fr an uand imposition of the ser- tle.. owing It sta simply Quinine A Se_,_ ..... . a.
nue laws. such as making whisky s a n nd Iron in a tasteless trm. and th e n s 4 s ad .
without havigpaid the dietillers' II. t tt eooge law is in further- mot effectual orm. For grown peo o~w-...A" -4 1.
ceuse. ad oan o he business emsf ae rnsal- iberty nd not do- b and chdren. 6c. i .- .
of a retail lU eoir doa i without si for a- ia ela cas. it w --*."
tug paid he internal revenue x i for & Hpue sand it Wi Mayor Goodman Vetoed .mS ......
ad snEdry V ielats w .of the stadate the arst 4 s geemwrament to P Sd al roia te f Pauers.2- .. .
with regard to Ileesoed distillers.. toct Its iasm eame the eenjoment of Sidewalk Ord__ce mton o aupsr..... .4
"Vj of Poe" Serv liberty;, at, Course thtduty which the (Conueldprwm Fir" isae.) Total DKe of
"V= a os ofthe postal laws by mt to et ietien can ma.e...... -..P....$bc S5.
ersons engaged ton the .postal-service only be gearateed through the Chana- three years, and that the Beard of Deparamnt or Pubic wrks.
and by persons using the postal ftr nels 4f t es ut0 by the e t admta- Pulic Works will immediately ask street. Crossings btc. 0 a13.05
ellittls to* perpetrate frauds on the ilskUto f Juatlee&. Thi offense like the council to approve these con- Streets, Cleia.j 15.60
public by devising and furthering Ater ofbenass that I have already in a tracts and specifications and grant Streets. Ia-.ghng L M
fraudulent schemes to catch the u general way enumerated to you, may permission to advertise for bids for Disposal..... 500oo.oo00
wary. be co-ittel by a cnompiracy. the work to begin Jan. 1st, 1909, I do Public Buildings, Re-
"Perhaps of all the institution ex- Podulen Land Eiries. not consider this ordinance necessary palts and Expenseo. 178.5
tablkAhed and maintained by the gov- "Another oese agaiast the United and on the contrary think that the PaSewers, and
ernment, the postoice estlbshmeat States whitn may b e oaled to your at- citizens would be making a mistake Flusaing, July, Aug-
Is of the greatest use and general tentlon Is that of mrauduleat land en- to build wooden walks now with the ust, september ..... 90.00
benett to the public. The postoffices tries--the homested law is a wipm opportunity of getting a permanent Stationery and lael-
should therefore be guarded from all a" a Ine t mse~,Si givt to a side-walk with the two to three years dental ............. 43.49
Improper use% and the public should worthy eMmae of the United States a to pay for same at a smaller cost Total Department of
be protected from its abuses. The parties t the pUlic d ~omai on wnic than is being paid cash for building Pub Wrks .. $ 4,102.72
trust reposeAby the public inl itsJ pO- to settle ad after a prescribed I- cement walks in this city today. Department of Health.
tal officials Is very great, and the d4ae. asad ufitIU an to acquire a "A great number of walks that salary of Health ff1-
greatest Integrity and efficiency in bn n for i h faesi a& t a anoainal sum. would be built or rebuilt under ths sar C ......e 1500
suci offciall should be exacted. The great demand fr timber and inm- ordinance would have to be tor up in Salare. of Inspectors 480.00
"Counterfeiting and forging the baher of recost years has been an in- sixty or ninety days under the cemen- Stationery and Ind--
money or coln or obligations of the 4e-tive to make and procture false en- contract which would be a hardship dentals ............. 11.90
United States is an oiebne severely trues and to suborn perjury in perfect- on the citizens. I therefore hope that Total Department of
denounced by the federal statutes and ag entries, this ordinance will not become a law. Health .............. SU.0
it beat conserves public morals aqd "The law visits severe coandemana- "Yours respectfully. department of General Expenses.
public Justice that 4uch violatleas lon sach aets. and grand juries "C. C. GOODMAN. Salaries of OfAcers .. 845.00
should be speedily punished. shuld be higmat tn ferreting out "Mayor." Leal ExpeMus ...... 125.0
Cmbnatinateas to Reetrain Trade. this chaactar of Ogasos against the Stationery and "nci-
"Th're is another violation of which law ad thUa brla the guilty persons Headaches and Neuralgia from Colds. dentas D........... ..o1,.
the grand Jury a'ashould b. diligent in to speedy punishment. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the Totail Department of *
investigating and punishing, and that "On you, Seatlemen depends in a world wide Colt and Grip remedy General Expenses .. 2,473.5
Is. combinations and agreements in large measure the eaforcement of the removes cause. Call for full name. Miscettaneous Expenses.
restraint of aInterstate commerce, criminalm law f the aUnited States in Look for signature U. W. GROVE. New i're Engine ..... s.,0o.o0
'Modern development of the re- this district. The prosecution for all 25c. Epen es-- d Trus-
sources of the country, ond the conse- felonies and hlfamous oefenses mmst tees .5.0..... 5.0
quent combination of capitl and in.l- originate with yeur body. The att Later Closing Movement City Hall and Jail--
Vesons ne neesary the pro- amendment of the constitution Of the Defeated by Vote of 9 to 3 turns .... ... ..M
tectlon of the pubic from monopoly Unitd States provide that no person _bO__l
and combInations of trade which af- shall be held to answer for any capl- (Cootiue araom prt Page) l Miscellaneous 5,*0.3
tect commerce between the states and tal or other infam s obense except (Contines r Pa) xpenscs .......... 5,.3
foreign natios. Therefore. congress n presentment ana indictment of s people were influenced to vote "wet'" water Department ESpenses,.
has enacted what is known as the grand Jury. Aay vtolatlon of the Fed- in the prohibition election because General. Administra-
Sherman act, or auti-trust law, two oral laws, for which the court might they felt that the restreitions placed parting ............ 71.04
aectins, of which I may quote: award adiat the offender, ptmish- on the saloons by the present ordi- Property ............. .2.40
"Seetion 1. Every contract, combi- meat tin the peniteutlary, with or with nance would answer in a measure to a er-
natioa in the toria of trust or .other- out hard tabor, is deemed an infamous eliminate certain objectionable te- oet Water Der..............t $ 2,2.
wie, or conspiracy. tn retraint of e ,se. Therefoe,; all cases of muen tares of the business as demanded by Grand Total Expen-
trade or commerce among the several gravity must be brought first to your those who favored an otherwise pro- ses. Month of ep-
states, or with foreiaH nations, is attitials. atd if, after Investigation by hibitory law. member. "s ....... aa44.12

Michigan are seriously considering a .aco, Texas, Nov. 11.-Leaders of
proposition to send the football elev- the ethodlit Episcopal church f
en to Southern California during trie the Methoditar Epscoate are gathurch to-
holidays. If the plan is acted upon the Lday for the tar state are therin t.
favorably, the gridiron heroes will ay or the nceannual Northwest Tepromxas
meet an all-star eleven, picked fro c to be amongce. The most interesting evereet p
the colleges of Southern California, held bye aoe denomilation In this
on New Years day at Pasadena, a su- state.
burb of Ios Angeles. The game will
be a feature of the annual Tourna- BAPTIST CONVENTION.
meant of the Roses at the California
winter resort. Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 11.-Loea-
tion of the Southwestern Baptist
CHURCH CONVOCATION. Theological se lnary, at present in
Charlestda. S. C., Nov. t10-Church- Waco. is the most Important business
men from all over this section will before the eltit ees wbo a here to-
take part in the services and delibera- day for thexas. The estenras will C
tions of the manual meeting of the almon of Texas. The .s will laeetq
Charleston convoestion, Protestant almost a week.
Episcopal church, which opened this ANARCHISTS CELfERATE.
evening at St Paul's church. Hotee
and foreign missions will be discuss- Chicago, Nov. 11.-Chicago saar.
ed and many other matters relative chists have arranged a meeting for
to the growth of the church in the this evening to celebrate the anaiver-
South are scheduled for comsideartion. sary of the "martyrdom" of the Hay-
market rioters in 1887. Many trade
STANDARD OIL WINS. unions, singing, turner and otler ao-
Chicago. Nov. 1.-The gover- cities will participate in the demos-
Chicago. Nov. 11.-The govern- station.
meat's petition for a rehearing of the straton.
case in which the United States cir- DAINIVE MEET.
cuit court of appeals reversed Cie
trial court in Siding the Standard Oil St. Hilarle. Ming. Nov. 11.-Men
company of Indiana $29 49000 for interested in milk and butter prfode-
rebating, was denied in the court of tion from all over this section arp
appeals today. It is authoritatively delegates to the convention m
stated that the government will now today by the Red River Valley Dliry-
attempt to bring the whole matter men's assoelation. Agricultural ex-$
before the supreme court 3n a writ of perts of wide renown are on the pro-
certiorari. gram.



Retired in His Usual Health,
and Suffered An Attack

% at Midnight.

general epenaes of the city govern- kl f d. al
meat tar the nscal year was read the nl .i IMM E Al
third ttLae and passed, Alderman An- w *
drews voting no.
Wm. K. Hyer, Jr., whoie term as A V
a member ao the board of bond trus- uImU EA IL I
tees expired July 19, 198, asked the .. ..
coumcl to name his successor. There
were no other names placed in nomi-
nation and Mr. Hyer was unanimously
On motion of Aledrman Anderson il
the matter of sprinkling Chase -itreet ULLY SLILIUL
from Bayles on the .west and Tarra- ... .
gona on the east, was referred to the
board of public works. I I
The dust nuisance on Tarragona II I B Pi
street was discussed and Mr. Pitt,
-uperiatendent of the water works, W 0 --*
was granted the privilege of the
floor. He said that if Tarragona
street is sprinkled in its present con-
dition, it would cause that thorough- IIIH I
fare to become muddy and badly cut OF COP ER
up on account of the heavy traffic.
He informed the council *hat the city
was now giving the L. & N. railroad They Will Endeavor to.
about $400 a year free fire protec- vl 2 sdaV
tion. This is from water plugs plac- Prove That Ex-Senator
ed at different places owned by the
road. These plugs can also be used Carmrack Fired Two Shots
by the city fire department at any t the Y f
time. The matter of appealing to the at th Younger Cooper
L. & N. to help defray the expenses Before the Latter h^ot
of sprinkling Tarragona street was ... v
referred to -the committee on parks Him Down.
and public ways.

9. my Assocrate Press.
~L ,1 UU ( -Nashville, Tenn.. Nov. 11.-That Col.
lllin Hill .U 'ooprci's son will plead self defense at
LuSuCAMBiUIA U the trial for killing Senator Carmack
is the generally accepted theory. It
is learned frow what is regarded as
11 11 I an authentic source tonight that the
defense will attempt to prove that
UBOl Dl LLLECTION 1 1 Carmack fired two -hots at young
... ... *Cooper before the latter had 'pulled
a the trigger of his own revolver.
The defense will. it is explained,
attempt to prove further that the
I lll I .i I I/ Cooper's wore not seeking a meeting
O VVCU SV"O = UAU with Carniack. but when they saw
______ him, Col. Cooper started across the
street to remonstrate with him re-
Voters Will Be Given An garding the use ot his name editorial-
..... ... .. wy: and when Carmniack saw Cooper he
opportunity to Vote on drew his revolver, and -when young
Cooper ran in advance of his father,
Issue Carmack fired. Then young Cooper
0,00 ISSUe. began to shoot. The grand Jury will
tomorrow begin an investigation of the
SAME. U nllMAll

The special election to determine
whether or not the county Is to issue I TB RE I
bonds in the sum of $200,000 for the
purpose of improving the county L TO BEST
reads, and building new ones which
are badly needed. as well as the con-
struction of two bridges, will be held Funeral Services at Colum-
today, and by tonight it should be .
known whether the, issue has been bia Were Very Impressive,
carried or defeated.
The county commissioners have and Attended by Thou-
pan Owhei tion, believingthat sands of Pe ms From
with this amount of money a system
of good roads can be established, Various portions of Ten-
wheich will be of vast benefit to the4
county, not only connecting it with nCSSCC.
Santa Rosa and Baldwin counties by
modern bridges, but also .providing -- _
good roads for the farmers to get their Columbias, TesM Nv. 11.-Wth
produce to market. tCe dolefumbia, Tenn.. Nov. 11.-Wtf chur h bells
It is expected that there will be a whose sadoleful tolin of chted sh belltory o
big vote, notwithstanding the fact whose sad notes recited a story of
bivte nowtadn thesorrow, the funeral tran with the body
that there has been but little discus- of the late Senator Edwa. Wa k Car-
oon of the issue recently. mack. reached the Methodist church
here at 11 o'clock this moving. Busi-
ness was entirely suspended. and the
people of this and many other coun-
ties of Tennessee turned out in large
ILL numbers to do final honor to the
dead statesman.
rThe fumeral services were, at the
request of Mrs. Carmack. very simple.
bI ut they were nevertheless very ita
pressive and scenes at the church and
grave where the distinguished states-
-- man was laid to rest, were such an
never to be forgotten by thousands ot
Concordia Club to Prepare sorrowing friends present. The finer-
l services at the church were in
To-Night For Thanks- charge of Rev. W. Bea, pastor of
g the First Christian church here, the
giving Hunt church of which Mr.. Carmack wan a
giving H *. member. Rev. R. AUn Cave, of Nash-
ville. delivered the address at the
church. At tbe grave the trial was
The Concordia club will tonight be- conducted with Masonic honors, the
gin preparations for its annual former Senator having been an honor-
Thanksgiving hunt, when a meeting ary members of the Masonic order.
will be held for the purpose of select-
lng captains, and the latter will then TO TAKE OVER TUNNEL
choose from among the members who Port Huron, Mich., Nov. 11.-The
have ezpresesd their desire to en- electrical international tunnel be.
gage in the hunt the respective teams. twe arni ., sad this cit ll
The hunt of last year was the first tbe formally take over by the Grand wl
to be given 'by the club, but it prov- Trunk railroad toaoerrow Leading
ed such a success that eve-i a larger railway officials will take art Lin the
number of members. will this season accompanytng celebration. The tid-
participate. nel is one of the largest contracts of
ELEVEN MAY GO WEST. the kind ever coasaummated in Ameri-
--- ca.
Ann Arbor, Mich, Nov. 19-Ath-
letic officials of the University ot TEXAS METHODISTS.

regret, not only in Pensacola and Es-
cambia county, but in many secUoas
of- the state.
Down Town Yesterday.
Mr. Andersno was down town yes-
terday transacting business as usual.
and when he left his office late nl the
afternoon and went to his home be
lid not remark about feeling bad. Ho
retired at the usual hour, and 4 *e
was suffering. more than usual the
members of ais family knew nothing
of it. About midnight they were
awakened, when he suffered a very
severe attack, and noting his coadM-
tis as being very aerlous physeCas,
were amnmoned.
Tie d caand had held the pistion
of mayor of Pesacolea twice dus'nS
his life. and at the time of bt Ndelta
was chalrmin of the Beard of Equall-
zatti of 'the city and also of the
Board of Public Instruction of bAeam
bia eeumt. He was a Mason *and
haM been a member of that order for
a lon period of years.
Mr. Anderson bad reached thrp
of 76 years, sat up to with a tow
M1tpOs 4. tad emagsed the bet ot
health, being wonderfully preserved.
The funeral anneancement will be
made today.
Tucaon, Arls.. Nov. 11.-Several
hundred pedagogues from all over the
territory Invaded Tucsona today to be-
gitn te annual convention of t"e Ar-
i ena Teachers' association. 'The
meeting will last through tomorrow
and friday.
Roae, Nov. 1 .-Arhebi-hop John
J. Olennmn, of St. LoIls, is In ios e
todly and will shortly be give. an
audience with the Holy Father. .He
* 1I take pat In te 9pope's ubilee
next week.
London. Nov. ll.-Martinmas, .
the feast of St. Martin, was oelebral-
ed in England today in the 'usutbav
ary manner.
Augusta. Ga.. Nov. 11.-Assaranooe
were received here today that Pses6.
dent-elect Taft will arrive on Decpua
ber 15th for a eoaple of meatha stag,
(Prom the Indlan'sa friend )
The Klowas, Coummanches and
Apache held their nlater-tribal council
on Oct. 1. Chief Ahpeaton was re-
elected c'aief of the KIowa. Quan
Parker of the Cemmanhas, Apache
John of the Apaches.
Paul Korbett of lAnlahb. is a fuB
blooded Indls, but ho Is a AIm-
hoMdr and dinaotor in the
bank, a stockholder in the K sIst
Brif cmpany and a lamwdd prolel-
tor *no rsanall pretenasosm.
A descendant atf Tmrs'a band eo
AemmMe Inians Isvowt tawe -
Wer atof a fast aemager tain Oa ta
Durlington rad. He its here e o
- -gru wnere sboeI&se em i
ed for many generations. v
engers who re behind h im
that a Tama India asita t in aem t t
the engues a it speeds oer tMhe pl.
Hallow HErs Bear, chief of all the
Sioux, rotm1 g rm- a v t to u6-
ator Gamble at Yamton, = hub.
sef brokeke" and through ihi-rtev
uasworth sought Jdgae Wtt, Ia
charge of the Tripp i
Asted fora le of tS
for his fadllr. WVisa the
reoned a MbiS gll ta r o3 t
HoRow arne ar o f i It.
Judge Wie-lOwt n *bqm nd-- g
the chief specie. Ba He fw W .
tain the bma wMh ameains te Vie
ture of the Caody wing 4 emjw
Retn ear made a a ee
lia IS and as Is m&,
sugmawed um the $5sad

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Hon. Win. E. Anderson. twice may.
or of Pensacola and who had held
during his long and honored career ia
this city. many positions of trust and
honor, died this morning at 1:30
o'clock at his home on East Belmont
street, death coming as a result of an
attack of heart trouble which he suf-
fered about midnight. Physicians
were hasatly summoned, but their ef-
forts were unavailing, and Mr. An-
derson passed away within an hour
and a half after the-attack. The news
of his death will be received with

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McIlnnonville, Nov. 11.-John Bow-
man of Pleasant Grove, was here Sdn-
day afternoon.
Master George Donaldson went to
Enon Saturday.
C. R. Higdon, Joan Underwood and
George Lynch, of 9non, were busi-
pss callers here Monday.
Mr. Strickland.. of near Atmnore,
called here Friday of last week.
Luther Grimsley and John Cunning-
ham. Jr., of Enon, were here Satur-
day last.
Mips Edith Henderson and brother.
Master Vivian iarle. visited at Wal-
Sat Hin Sunday.
Mism Marrha Powell is spending
thi week with relatives in Enon.
Misa Sallie Cunninghmn, of Enon,
was a pleasant caller here Monday.
Mrs. Ida Taylor of near Mellao, is
visiting relatives here this week.
Mr. Williams, of near inon, passed
through here Monday. at
Robert Lucas ,visited rents at
Pleaa.t erove MtO day last..week.
Joe 'Dou a of Walat Hill, was
Mre. I tt~itla. ni-ce, Miss
Mifler, of .wre here Sat-
Mastenrs t Japr Powell
spent Suday in UBe the ue realities -,
sick n de Mlaso Is t the*
A cra fr"- her went to Pliea.
ant Oi~, Mouav *i3t.

'caulyr hd 8oo lovely home
Th tr their'daugh-
A ..a d t. tListe. Bertha.

in aakIug'ath Caedy. -There were.

dy and eating peaiuts. Mr. and Mrs.
O. Hendrickson and Mr. L. WHIlms
Helped to entertain with their banjo,
violin and guitar.
Mr. and Mrs. Lauria are Ideal en-
tetaliers and have a way of making
everybody have a good time.

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Carrabel e, NOT. l. -As the, ecite-
anent f election is now Vi9nut over,
evrybde-y i getting do** to -try"X
to make the pot bol. We can't blame
anybody but our socalled democrats.
J. P. Weatby is putting a new coat
nf palat'on his stort" which adds very
greatly to its appearance.
H. R. Maige haa Just pahlted hbis
store. which is a nice tidy little place
af business.
J. R. Blocker has had his dwell-

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EN of the most valuable
features of our service,
.to our subscribers and
to the public generally, is our
connection with the extensive
long distance lines of the Amer-
ican Telephope and Telegraph
company affd the other associ-
ated Bell Telephone companies.
We own thousands of miles of
long distance lines in the seven
States in which we operate and
in addition can connect any tele-
phone in our system with lines
extending to any other city in
which a Rell Telephone system
Is operated.
These long distance lines are
of the most modern and im-
proved construction and arc
maintained at a high state of




ing reshingled an-I making other tm- t season and are preparing ino pt iin 0 t r
provements which makes the South a increased acreage in the spring Vv
End look better. The price is the only drawback. as ih
Bids are out for building a council notion that cotton woat hold its fruit I
room anu Jail, which were destroyed NE W NOTE Whas been put to sleep and i: has bee:
!n tae recent fire. demonstral ,d that it will imtru i '
G. W. Hinsey. county tax collect- and hold it as well as it will an,
or. is here writing up licenses for where. All we need is a leyw n-, O if
our merchants and looking after a good cotton raisers to make taii-a cINo
monument for Noah Miller, W. 0. W., too country second to none.
who died some time since. Truly this .J. B. Cox of Pine Bar:en. is heilp i
is a noble order. --- ing his uncle. A. .1. Bewiv. with hi.
R. F. Pickett painted his store and special to The Journal farm work and cane grin.iing. -
now the up-town district looks invit- Tallahassee, Nov. 11.-As is uiial A. J. Busby was in the city Tues- d'
Ing. with the splendidly organ a iody b of day on,
Both mill. are running on full time King's Daugherei in Taha sa ee. the Thoma" .1. Busjy of 1a.k Point.
and five vessels are in the harbor Zr n an n by came over Tuesday for a few dayv|&
loading with lumber for foreign ports. them on Tuesday wa carried out with viait with his brother. A. .1 Busby.
ease, system and consequent success. were in the Snoden a AthuronSp
A large sum was realized which is to wertd
COTTAGE HILL be ppled t contemplated addition C. Dawkins and C.
to the Silver Cross hospital, which P. C. Dawkthe i and C. t. \V .-
z._ rab,.waIs built and has been successfully e in the city Saturday. Mr l)..
operated by the King's Daugater. kins i putting in a can- mill to i, pe
special atm The JournaaL The old armory building on South run by his sawmill engine. ,o "A'w.
Cottage Hill. Nov. 11.-- r. and Monroe street was made a bower of ip a large amount of ne w it'
Mrs. John White Sundayed in Bluff beauty by hands skilled ia artistic ar- raised this year.
Springs. rangement. The ever-beautiful bamboo Mrs. James Snowden has return,,. )p
Our Sunday school is contemplating vine that nature provides so lavishly from Quintette where she has .I, ,0
a social event on Thanksgiving day. around Tallahassee was profusely for a few wn ok helping earH, ff. !
Deck Wamper has moved tc Ca.,- used for decorative purposes, being arineau. while Mrs. Bar-iiet "
torment. where he will make his fu- festooned around the walls and hung arneau while 1rs. Barriau .
ture home. in graceful garlands from the ceiling. In the cit' for treatment. Mr:. H it
Mrs. Merryman's personal effects Immense quantities of coreopsis.*gold- rineau is now much better, and
were sold at public auction last Satur- en glow, chrysanthemums of ail kinds. .en brought home.d
day. roses of every tint. fragrant violets Mrs. Maggie Headstrom. who d.l d
The box social held by the young and all kinds of decorative plants very suddenly at tle home of her
people last Friday nigalt was very in- were used in profusioa. and oriental mother, Mrs. Ray, near the city. was
leresting socially and a grand success draperies screened off the part of th buried in Beulah cemetery last Mon-
nancially. hall used for culinary purposes. Scores day. A very large crowd of sympa-
G. W. Dunn l and family wi leave of prettilly deissed tables tendedd by thizing rriepds attended to show their
for their future home in Kansa some lovely yomig waitresses wearingelast tributO of love and affection to
time next week. Cottage Hill dishes quaint caps and dainty aprons, were 2;eomemory of the deceased friend. .= tary Inspector Nt ion. t'. Mitichell
store re nce of the guests, and their wants community in her girlhood days. TERSELY TOLD. charge.
No sugar cane worthy of mention were well supplied by the ladies serv- .C _stll .C. r .
was raised at Cottage Hill this sea.'on.; ng behind the scenes. Costello Price and R. L. Green
A few of our citlsens are contemplat- The viands provided were deliciously JAY. C W. Davis of Marianna were each fined* $2 and costs in thoe
Ing raising a crop of the sweet fluid cooked and temptingly served, and C. W. Davis, of Marianna, was t recorder's court yesterday for vio-
next season. were heartily enjoyed by the large s.Z. g -a. Vy among, the visitors to the city yeter- rating the new stock ordinance.
Mr. Henr Barrow of Bluff Spring number of persons who went to the day who were registered at the Mer- n 0
is in the village iiting John White bazaar for their lunch and supper. special to Te Jownal. chants. A union Thanksgiving service will
and Robert Barrow. Besides the eatables there were Jay, FIA.. Nov. 11.-Rev. S. Z. Bel- be observed by the church of the
Mrs. Leac is able to be up and placed on sale potted plants and num- lab is away this week assisting in a H. A. Season and B. H. Alex- city at the Presbyterian church on
her broken arm is improving beress articles of fancy work which protracted meetig. de, of Rome, Ga., were business vis- Thanksgiving day. Rev. C. W. Ga-
A Mr. Butler, of Ipndana, s here sold for such reasonable prices that Rev. Ben Blitch of Brent, deliver- tors to P acola yesterday has been selected to preach the
with a carload of household goods few pieces were left over. ed an interesting sermon in the Mis- Ewin of Jacksonvsermon. and the other local ministers
ad farm machinery. He brought a The ladies are to be congratulated sionary Baptist church her e Sunday J.A. Ewing, of Jacksonville. will take part in the service. T
team of high spirited horses that ra on their exceptional success. night on "Spiritual Adoption," and re- te business registered at the full program will e nnonced later.
away with a load of furniture. They At a business meeting held Monday received $3,51 on tne Bessie Johnson chants. he im istred a tae Aler a t
hung the wgon o a telepraph pole afternoon at Miss Sarah Cline's stu- fund. cants. The maximum ter aperature at Pen-
and ran hae w mo a telegraph pole dio. the executive members of the n ThWe f Paola yesterday was 75 degrees at
Md ran mile. Tallahassee Music Club discussed on.Thomas West of Pesa- ohn Rourke, of Bagdad. was in the 10:30 a. m., while the mmimum was
Miss tie White contemplates plans for the benefit of the members ola, was hr Monay on legal busi- city yesterday on a short buiaess 65 degrees at :30 a. m. ast year
spending the winter in Bluff Springs. which. later on, will be announced to nesn Judge M agahas courbeent. visit. on the same date the axum was
Mrs. Wnebrug Is convalescing and B.thpublCaskill has bic. The club ha taken upon eenick very 6 at degrees and the minimum 51 de-
Miss Ios has again taken up her itself the pleasant duty of entertain- sickbut is Improving at preset. The members of the Standard foot- agrees. The average maximum for this
school work. John W. Mann, depth sheriff, of ball team state t-at they will play grtesisThe averags madimhm forrthi
Georg eDun dug ten pounds of ing the State Music Association a Milton was here last week on leg bal the Ahl etics. who have isued a chal- date is 6954 degreesthe garage
sweet potatoesfromone ill in some time during the winter, and one business. the Athletics whoed the l atter team minimum 54 degrees.
Seet pote oetly fathmatnehilla n gets of the subjects i-nder discussion was Mrs Magge Hawkin f t enge, provided the latter team will ------
field reektl Mathematcians get that of entertainment for their guests s visiting friends relaBrewto agre to Thanksgiving Day as the IT TASTES SO GOOD
per acre. s of in the way of an artist's concert to be this week. relative here date of the gaaie. Puddings made with Blue Ribbon
per acre. hrd here at the time of the conven- 7 Vanilla taste so good. They have a
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ly and Mr. lon here at the time of t L. Abbott has returned home af- Squirrels and ducks are reported to daint flavor that makes you call for
and Mrs. Jacob -aeely of Ohio. will The regular nmeting of the chorus ter being away several months In Ala- be found in large numbers in the vi- mote.
pe e wterin our berg. wial be held at the Odd Fellowcs hall bama.. cinity of Freeport and hunter. are se-
The refreshingrains of Tuesday Thursday night. The work to Dr. J. a of rywas. large strings of this ki o IT
W Just what our winner gardens taken up at this meeting is the bea profe esterdayion Aert d
need for lettuce, onions, radishes Uiful orator. The Holy City. .B. ored made a s trip
and turnips. In compliancewith notice recently J. B. oed made a business trp Walter Abrams was fined $I% by
Mrs. Howard Field an Miss Cri'na served by the Railroad Comnmission to Mobile last wee Recorder Johnson yesterday for fast
spnt last Friday n Molin. the railroads of the state to how How to St and reckless driving and for leaving
S. X. Thompson and family recent- cause why rules should not be pre- P. J. Daly. of 1247 W. Congress St., his team unfastened.
lv from Minnesota. were visited by scribed which would prevent any road Chicago, tells of a way to become * *
vix families, all residents of Cottage in Florida from discontinuing any strong. He ays: "My mother, who Seventeen case; were docketed for
Hill. last Sunday evening, passenger train without asking for is old and was very feeble, is deriv- trial in the recorder's c,;urt yester-B
Some of o r- citizens attended the and receiving permission from the ing so much benefit from Electric Bit- day. Thirteen defendants were fount .
burial of Mr. eek last Saturday. commissioners: also to show cause ters, that I feel it's my duty to tell guilty, four were discharged and one
why a minimum weight should not be those who need a tonic and strength- ease was transferred to th.- county au- SOME TIMELY SUGGESTIONS,
Named for live stock cars. the follow- ening medicine about it. In my thorities. Fines to the amount of X40 WHICH COULD WELL BE
ing representatives of the various mother's case a marked gain in flesh were assessed. ADOPTED HERE.
roads met in Tallahassee Tuesday: has resulted,. Insomnia has beea over- 0 0
Alexander St. Clair Abrams. coun- come and she is steadily growing The two-seat' Wint n atitonol)ile Regarding a "'CityBeautiful", the
SI sel for the E. C. Ry.: 0. M. Grady. stronger." Electric Bitters quickly recently purchased by William Corner following from the Montgomery Ad-
general superintendent,. and John 1. remedy stomach, liver and kidney corn- arrived here yesterday. This machine vertiser is interesting:
Hall. coimsel. G. S. & F. Ry.: Morton plaints. Sold under guartee at all will not be entered in the automobile In another one of his forceful ar-
Riddle, general superintendent. S. P. drug stores. 50c. race to be held on Thanksgiving Jay. tiles. William C. Cook,, the weU-
AND HEALING.Collier. assistant general freight agent. known landscape expqt. writing for
Messrs. W. A. Carter and W. E. Kay. Kalcratus & Robinson are Ellen Britton was fined $2 and costs the Advertiser, makes a hard drive
SSpr-Ms, Rh.zU n counsel, A. C. L. R..: and Judge P io the recorder's court yesterday for for the "'City Beautiful" again. This
al reft hed byt Raney. counsel. S. A. IL. Rv. making a big hit at the Or- failing to keep her clean time, he appeals for the improvement
Discussion was continued through- ph after being notified to do so by Sani- of the street appearance of Moatgom-
mo"miebld aawy ace lS48. out the entire afternoon. The commia- ry and points out how the reform
1,11 25C& S0c. aad $1. sioners -have reserved decision until should be started right now.
they shall have given the matter a M The streets, in the opinion of Mr.
.fewy days' consideration. | GERMS IN HER SYSTE ook, should be cleared of the enor-
Si fw dys coIsidration L u~ N Im I LI nous amount of rubbish---and barrels
nnRS T Every Woman Should Read This. boxes, paper and all such are included
SOLIVE He makes valuable suggestions or
OAFLIVE. A The number of diseases peculiar to proper methods to improve the space
| gg, 4 i woman Is smeh that we believe thi between the curbstone and the side-
SPspace would hardly contain a mere walk. He offers a list of the tree.
OTli vI ee al to "rMe Jamwrn. mention of their names, and it is a that are most suitable for street
SOl ive. Nov. 11.--Mr. and Mrs. Har- fa ct that most of these di-eases are ot scenes.
rison and children, of Brent, spent a cartarihal nature. A woman can The article in full follows:
Sunday with their parents. Mr. and not be well if there is a trace of the In my former articles I dwelt on
Mrs. R. O. Connel. EXPECTED THAT THE ALASKA-YU- catarrhal germs in her system, the general planting of the home
gagn dg S S Miss Maude Majors spent Saturday KOa EXPOSITION WILL AT- Some women think there is no heis ground r
tanc .and Sunday with relatives in Pensa- *for thPm. e positively declare this To -reat ."t-he City Beautifurl". it
cola. TRACT MANY. to be a mistaken idea. We are so is of equal importance to see to the
Miss Magige Ray made a business sure (f this that we offer :o supply proper planting of trees and shrubs
efficiency. The BeIl sy&s trie tipto Pensacola Saturday last. medicine absolutely tree of ail cost in along the streets and now is the time
SeatMr. cCa of Monroe oety, l every instance where ir fails to -ive to perfect some sort of organized ef-
operating in vaios tio l rising his sister-in-law, Mrs. '. Seattle. Wash.. Nov. 11.-Travel to enr satisfaction or does not substan- fort towards making our city "the
ote country, are uniform in their T. Majors. of Olive. the North Pacific Coast next summer tiate our claims. With this under- City of Roses." as it has been called.
q in t4eeir m" Miss Letitia Clark spent Sunday will undoubtedly le the heaviest in standing, no woman shoul.t hesitate one of the most beautiful in the en-
eqhipen in t os evening with Miss May Jones. the history of the transconti:iental to believe our honesty of purpose., or tir'e South. The expense of snche
of operating. There was no preaching at the Olive railroads. The railroads have fixed hesitate to purt our claims to a test. work would be trifling in comparison
Only b reao of this osechurch Sunday. Our pastor. Rev. E. U pon the rates that will be charged There is only one way to cure Ca- with the general effect produced.
mOnly t bof this r oosfc E. Rice. has resigned. A large crowd from what is known as Ltne St. Paul tmrh That way is through 'he blood. Through neglect, many abuses have
traffic arrangement between the attended and were not altogether dis- ani Missouri river points. At the Youi may use al! the snuffls. douches oT been allowed to go unchecked until
1Rl Ti oranlec tm n is -it -appointed. Brother Barker gave a recent meeting of the Transcontinen- like remedies for years without ger- what might he an ornament has
Bell Telephone companies i. iti good 'lecture and the people seemed. tal Passenger association the rates ting more than Temporary relief a: amounted to almost a nurisance. I re
possible to go. to a Bell Tcie- to be pleased with his talk. for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposi- best. Catarrh is caused by a ierm. for to the spaces between the eurb-
Salmost awire ai s for Mrs. Alice Creighton, of Pensacola, tion next summer were settled. IThat term i. carried bv the blood to stone and the sidewalk. The.-e spaces
phone a ost h ak visited her parents. Air. and Mrs. D. Prom the following points-Omaha. the innermost part of the system untu. should be cleaned. proix-ply graded
"Long Distance" and be put in M. Merritt. Sunday last. Council Bluffs. Pacific Jun-ition. Atch- the mucous membrane is broken, irrt- and fertilized and liermuda grass
cath. wi~th altmAt aay Mrs. -1aria Merritt. of Pensacola, ison, Leavenworth. St. .Iqseph. Kan- tarion avd inflammation produce.l. an.: either sown or sprigged in the soil.
connunication wi most any expects to spend a few days with rel- sas City. St. Paul. Minneapolis. I)- a flow of mucous -e'ult. and you catit Over this perennial ry should be

p in the country atives at this place. ,luth and Superior-tbhe ro,'nd trip rate probably realize how silly i isJ to a:- planted and carefully covered with
Thls n asth o netrkf. : Mrs. A. W. Major and children to the North Pacific Coast points- tempt to cure such an ailment unles- rich earth or pulverized manure. All
This vast network Of WifSspent the night wit hher brother. Mr. Seattle. Taco;na. Portland. Everett, you take a medicine that follows the old. unsightly, or malformed tree
radiating throughout the nation, D. M. Merritt. Bellingham. Victoria and Vancouver, same course as the germ or ;)praeite. should be removed as well as old can-
is used daily in commeFce an IDr. and Mrs. S. T. Tiller. of Pensa B. C.. was fixed at $50. Rexall MTucu-Tone is scientifically ias or other plants that have served
is used daily in comnece ano eCa. visited Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Con- The ticket.r will go on sale May 25. prepared from the prescription of an day.
for social purposes by the nel Friday evening last. I 1909. and continue on sale until Sep- eminent physician who for thirty years Dilapidated walls should be put in
hanker. the farmer and citizens --.1 1tember 30. with a final return limit of made his specialty Catarrh. and with order, and all outhouses and back
anker t-- y October 31. this medicine he averaged 98 per cent. fences should receive a coat of paint
in all walks of life and our plant B rUL AH. These rates and the wide limit of of cures where it was employed. No or limewash: for nothing Is neater
here is an important link in this *LtA time will stimulate travel :o this see- other remedy is si properly designed than white or more attractive as a
tion as never before. Thousands for the ailments of woman. It will background for the natural green fe-
great chain. drawn by t.-e magnet of the great Pa- purify and enrich the blood, stop mu- liage of the plant< and trees.
S cIlal to The Jo rwaL cife world's fair will come with the cous discharge, destroy all germ ma?' It there i, a lar-"- space between
Beulah. Nov. 11.-One good rain, idea of looking into the resources of ter. remove all impurities from the the walk adj, th1w ; !, a few sower-
teach week since the drouti1 has been tbe country and buid, .ls of intend- -vstem. soothe, heal and strengthen lag plants or taue.. foliage shrubs.,
rL TE E H N broken is what we havoc been get- In- settler^ wil l:.- ln- nnx-lled the mircous tissues. and bring about :t tastefully arranged in groups, would
lt g lately, and it is making things oportuni:y to invs:iga- good feeling of health and treagth. farther enhance he beauty of the
grow and helps the fall plowing, of tons. We want yes to try Rexall Mcu- scene, and if the entire street would
PH C O M PANY which a great deal i'being done in) The liberal ra':e S'. Paul Tone on our guasntee. If you are not adopt this -plan of planting and caring
H Sa,; this section. The ground is in ex- and Missouri ri-': .. i- means a benetted, or for any reason not satin- for the sidewalk space, what. a won
cellent condition for plowing now. and 'Ihe reduced round rin ra:,- from Chi- fled. simply tell us and we will hand derful change it would prodnce in the
Sa good many are putting in their fall cago and St. Louis points and propor- back your money. Rexall Mncu-Tone appearance at the town!
Wemo e rates. oat crops. and preparing land for late tioaate reduction from extreme east- comes in two sies,. 56c. and $1.00. Tm es should not be cloeer than
winter and spring crops. Several per- ern points. Never before have people The Crystal Pharwy. Brert Baild- r"ty #eet. The followift-g viet I
sons have had fair crops of cotta thi had such a splendid aortunit. g. w d N geao as bel -bus& -b Jr'

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street piIan iung: The elm, linden
water oak. Oriental plane or sycao
more, ash, tulip a'e,o, varaheh tree,
hard aad soft maple. These should
he planted in the fall or winter when-
ever the ground is St to work. The
Carolina poplar is an excellent tree
for streets that are. not paved, hut.
the suckers interfere with the pave-
ment when anywhere near to tho
trees. '
The 'placing of unsightly barrels.
boxes, etc.. on the street line should
he prohibited; in other words, the
street should be cleaned up and kept
clear of all objects that do not add to
their neat and prosperous appearance.
It will take some persistent hammer-
ing to bring about those much-needed
reforms, but Montgomery will have to
do it or else fall behind other cities
nl the march of progress. Our sister
city of Birmingham is working along
these lines, aided by the mayor and
civic officers, and now is the time for
us to act, and not let another sum-
mer pass with the city looking as it
has during the past year.
When nature ha.s done so much it
Is the grossest sort of neglect for man
to fail .doing his share towards mak-
ing his own particular corner of the
earth blossom like a rose. If the ap-
parel oft proclaims the man, so is lth
character of a city proclaimed by its
appearance, and the stranger can
have not other *means of judging than
by wlht he sees.
It requires something more than
talk to make a city beautiful and an
organized effort should be made to-
wards that end. Will not the ladies
the Commercial Club. or the mayor.
or all of them together, take hold and
start the ball rolling?"
Robert King, alia- "Billy Bowlegs."
colored, has been arrested by the
city authorities on the charge of steal-
ing a gold watch and four shirt col-
lars from Henry Echols. also color-
ed, with whom he boarded. The cas.x
was transferred from the recorder's
court yesterday to the criminal court.
and King will be given a preliminary
hearing today. King. who has had
the watch in his possession for sev-
en days. claims that he -found the
time piece in Echols's room and in
tended to return it to him. King was
recently convicted of stealing $6
from F- R. Pou and has just finish-
ed serving sixty days on the county
road. He is now charged with see-
oad larceny.

Tells Facta About Caffeine in Coffee.
"About twelve years ago I stopped
coffee," writes a Colo. puan, "and be-
gan Postum. As a result, Instead ot
being a confirmed dyspeptic as I was
for many years. I enjoy good health
and fine digestion.
*"I formerly weighed 115 lbs., now
140. My waist measure was 29, now
36 inches. Not only this, but I enjoy
Postum and my meals, while for years
eating was aa annoyance and often a
"Like an old whisky toper I always
thought I had to have my coffee and
then always felt its ill effects in my
stomach and on my nerves.
"Now I have so completely lost my
taste for coffee, that recently, when a
cup was give me by mistake and I
tasted it, I found it nauseated me. On
the other hand I not only like the
healthful effect of Postum, but the
taste is peculiarly agreeable to me.
"I have tried other cereal drinks
but always come back to Patum.
Realizing as I do. the evil eSecta from
the poisonous alkaloid Ia coffee, and
betag a Postum Pioneer, I am a very
successful missiemary.
"One man, a school superudlemdet
trn py recommemndatio, has had
quite as bappy Merleace with Poe
ton as I have hq. My wfe bo nms
fouid great bIe-At M Psteemn, 1
coffee was the oly tytg whik& do
agreed with her tonMaoe at taMe.
"Belin a graduate in -m ,. I
know ..i. --a I *
fee is a -&asr insA-. As tere
no dr 1 I nataraBly drtl
it mad recommend it to others."
"Tias a Reason."
Name given by Poslum Co.. Battle
reek. Miell. Read "The Rood to Wyell.
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Same Comforting
D emocratic Figur.

The full returns show tat Bryan
in the election last week gained near-
lya million votes over Parker'e vote
tn 194. That don't look much like.
a dead or dying democratic ar,
does it? Here are some figures worCi
the careful perusal of both drooping
megmocrats and elated republte-:
In Mmouri Parker les the state
by ,137 votes, and Bryah eoly last
it by about 3,00. In O13h there wa
a gali o 180.326 or the damborat
ovme 1W4, 3ee t setting a-idr-
ity of 25,32. while Taft only got
75000, a democratic governor betan
elected this yen.
In Indiam Roonevet had a major-
ity of 83,944 votes, while Taft oaly
gets 1O.00, a clean gain of 73,M44
*e OaS with a democ-ratic w
Is MaM"s RooeseveIt had 125,63
majority, Wle Taft bas only 100,W.
In Mtnnesota, the state of Govern-
or Johnson. who was rS4tected,
Roosevelt had a majority of 161,4,4.
'while Taft only gets a majority of
la California Rooaevelt had 115,23
majority, while Taft Sets only NS.
In 1Ilanos Rossevelt had 3961S,.
whiNe Taft only gets 175.0 maWjorty.
it the little state of Washingtone
toesevelt had 73.442 'ajortty, while
raft only gets about 40.M0.
In Michigan Roosevelt had 227.715
majority, while Taft gets only 150,0N.
In Iowa Roesevet had 15&,76 na-
fority, white Taft ets only 57,MJ.
In Pennsylvanla Ronsevelt bad 56,-
519 majority, while Taft gets oaly
In Nebraska, Mr. Bryan's ow
state. Roosevelt had a majority of S,*.
682. whIle this time Bryan had ama--
jority of 10,000. making a dLi tce
of 50,000 vote.

Wehave heard the private opin-
ion. publicly expressed, of pretty
nearly everybody In this ecostry as to
the cause of the late demeeratio de-
feat except the Hen. B. R. TI~mam,
wlso is strangely aUest under the cir-
cumstaaces. Mr. Tilmas has the

A Prediction That
Was Fl0filed
Now that we be" Mr. Taft for four
years a"d postbly etat, let ans look
at him from new poiatsa of view and
see what masser of man be Is. As
long as the Wht was om and be was
our esemy we were bound by In-
stinct to take the least favorable view
of him. and we prolaly4 dM: but
now that the war is over and Mr.
Taft has been elected president ,of the
'whole American people regardless of
party or section, we can very prop-
erly afford to la side the prejodices
of the fight and gather Ina the evi-
deno from all quarters that will en-
able ne to take a calm, qaiet, disps-
slonUte survey of the cittses who is
to be our chef public servant (not
ruler, as Lake Wright says) during
i term of office.
la the last lsome of the Manutac-
turers' Record we ftd the following
sketok t Mr. Taft. from one who
knows him latimately, which though
brief, is singularly satisfying and con-
rindeag, and taking bhm at that esti-
mate, it I very evident that Mr. Bry-
aa was defeated by a ma eeond only
to samelf ia general excellence:
Thi rteen years ago aoerding to a
story as told a few day" ago to the
writer by one of the partielpaats,
there wee gathered one eveninga t a
wiaier-resom hotel on the Oulf of
meXio a number of preailnest public
and bous"eS nm, including eimter
Vest. Jerome Hill. a leading cotton
actor of Memphis, a Judge of the sou
preos eeort of Ohio sad several oth-
ers. Each ao ia the party was ask-
Sd to give his tmpeastiu of the
reateat asa he had ever known per-
urally. One after moth tiae
utery of his ettmdte 61 the eateat
man he bad met. uatltally all had
spoke except the ja. we ha
tuarn came he said:
"I have listened with much tatereat
io wa y have all saMi aout great
net your aceaqnnn I tI I*
kno, a greater than any you have
meatl- L, T rnt I have in view
is the wisest and balndt counsellor
who every practiced In my eourt. He
Is the efost frIend as aa advlsor that
I have ever known. He is the best
son and the best husband of my so-
mae I have ever kw."
**Who Is this remarkable maa'* said
one of the party. "He is," said the
s. "William H. Taft, of Ohio, and

4em dagO, if his life is spared, he
will be the president of the United
This conversation took place, as
stated by Mr. Jerome Hill, one of the
participants, to the Manufacturers'
Record a few days ago, at Bay St.
Louis just 13 years ago. The predic-
tion has been fulfilled, ani William
H. Taft as been elected president of
the United States.
The omnivorous trusts have at last
captured the pig's squeal, supposed,
bereteafre to be beyond the reach of
even its ingenuity in corraling every-
thing in sight, and now it will be
served out as canned jpsic t rough

John Collins. of the Tallahassee
Trie Democrat, has sold out and re-
tired from jeornallma and In some
ether sad less srenuous leld we trust
he will M the health and repose he
seka. Me Made a most tarestng
paper of the Tane Democrat, always
vtrile amd aeressiv. although not al-
ways rwigt, b t whether right or
wmO,. John meant wel always and
the best wises of his former com-
rades-go with hi into his retire-

The Bartaw Courler-lnfermat gets
It about right'when It says:
0Mr. Bryan will never be president,
bhu the Incaleulable service he has
prermBed for the American people in
the purtfsatio of politics and in
aroustag the public conscience of tle
country is a Wuander achievement than
the attainment o any office.
And it is dabtless the knowledge
of 'this faet that enables Mr. Bryan to
bear with the composure of a Wash-
I-gfta himself a blow that would
drive a weaker man into selfish pes-

The Journal acknowledges the re-
ceipt, through the courtesy of Mr.
Charles A. L. Perceval, British vice-
consul in this city, of a copy of the
prospectus of the Golden West and
American Industries Exhibition, to be
meld in Leidon next year from May to
October to be devoted excluslevly to
American exhtbltq of all kinds from
all parts of Ib ion. It is to be
a mammoth affair, hold under distin-
gulshed auspices, and If the plans of
the prospectus are carried out our
British coMlas will get a better idea
of the resources of this country in
compact form than they have ever 'ad
before. The exhibition will doubtless
carry great shoals of Americans
across the waters next spring and

That it's a "robber tariff" in fact
is very clearly shown in the tax im-
posed upon Jute bagging by which
every farmer in the South who grows
cotton is held up and made to con-
tribute purely for the benefit of the
trust that manufactures the bagging.
The farmers should find a way out
of It by resorting immediately to tne
use of cotton bagging. which is said
to be much better for the purpose
anyway. It is possible to starve out
some trusts, or at least bring them
to terms by refusing to buy the goods
they manufacture, and in this case the
plan is entirely practicable, as a bet-
ter material than jute is right at hand
and to secure it the farmer would have
to pay no tax. The Farners' Union
coaveition watch meets in New Or-
leans toUay should take some deci-
ded action in this matter and thereby
defeat the mest flagrant, barefaced
instance of robbery perhaps to be
found In all the tariff schedules.
It is a weariness unto flesh and
toul alike to hear it said now that we
might have won last Tuesday with
same other man than Bryan. If we
had snqdted the world over no per-
nosality to swur-pas that of William
J. Bryan could have been found to
lead the party. In truth the lofty and
singtuarly noble character of the man
was a source of positive strengthh in
every uutfu1l state and we do not
beleve that one vote was lost because
he was mike nominee. He was abso-
lately U aiilable on Ifs pereaoal
side an the platform he ran upon
would have been the platform of any
other demoerat who might have been
nusinad at Iunver. We were beat-

en become the majority preferred re- quite enough to prove the rule.


publican policies to Democratic poli-
eles and it is injustice as stupid a,
it is cruel to charge that defeat to
the noble and stainless leader who
did all that mortal could do for a
cause predestined to fail.

The Memphis Commercial-Appeal,
the stout opponent of ex-Senator Car-
mack during his life, pays noble trib-
ute to him dead, and closes its article
on the subject with these significant
words: "The tragedy of his death is
not only in his own family, but in the
home of every man in Tennessee who
loves orJer. law and justice." Ca;-
mack will not have died in vain it
his deith shall hasten the end of the
murderous system of which he was
the victim and which is ravaging not
Tennessee alone, but all her sister
states as well, almost like guerrilla
war itself.

It is interesting news in newspaper
circles in Florida that John Collins
has retired from journalism and has
sold the True Democrat at Tallahas-
ice 'o Milton A. Smith, who will here-
after be its editor and proprietor.
Mr. Smith is a Georgian by birth, we
believe, and he is well known in the
journalism of the gulf states as the
man who for twenty-five years made
the Daily Hot Blast pt Anniston, Ala-
bama, a prominent and successful pa-
per in that state. He knows the busi-
ness in every department and in ad-
dition to his exceptional equipment
as a newspaper man he is a gentle-
man_ of character and moral worth
who stands for everything good in
citizenship and Tallahassee is to b:!
congratulated upon adding him to her
list of substantial and enterprising
citizens. Mr. Smith feels a special In-
terest in Pensacola, by reason of the
fact that he is the father of Mrs. Wil-
liam Clyde Roberts, of this city. The
Journal gives him fraternal welcome
to the brotgerbood of the Fourth Es-
tate in Florida and hopes and pre-
dicts that he will keep the True Demo-
crat up to the standard reached by
his predecessor as a first-class weekly

Just listen to our good friend Jor-
dan of tOe Pumta Gords Herald:
"Indeed, t6 the Herald, the politi-
cal future looks so dark that we ap-
prehend that within the next twenty-
five years the republic may be con-
vulsed with a revolution like unto the
reign of terror in France."
Let Bro. Jordan calm himself, and,
like the philosopher that he is. when
his nerves don't worry him, cast his
mental vision back over the past
since reconstruction days and see
how much we have to be thankful for
and how little to fear. Daniel 'Web-
ster said that this republic was "tie
last hope of the woald," and so it is
in a political sense, and for that
very reason the educated intelligence
and. above all, the widely diffused
conservatism of this age and country
resulting from greater property inter-
ests per capital than anywhere else on
earth, can be safely relied upon to
save us from the cataclysm our Pun-
ta Gorda friend lives In dread of.
Go .read O rlyle's "French Revolu-
tion" or any otler good aIthority on
that subject, and see how utterly
wanting here are all the causes which
plunged France in unspeakable hor-
rors and sent her king to the guillo-
tine. We tell you most earnestly,
Bro. Jordan. that this country is do-
ing pretty well at present and we
personally insure it against anything
remotely resembling a French Rev-
olution for the full length of time to
which you refer.

The Arcadia Ohampion will go into
the possession of an incorporated
company, the largest stockholders of
which will be the present manage-
ment, and a typesetting machine will
be added to the equipment The
Champion is one of the superior week-
ly papers of the state and we are all
glad to know that its prosperity justi-
fies it in "branching out." It is a
notable and gratifying fact that the
weekly 'press of Florida is steadily
improving. The old tumble-down
country print shops with the tilurred
and blotted "rags" as the output have
diasj eared and gow we have in near-
ly ever- county in Florida up-to-date
offices and utp-to-date editors, men
who magnify their olce, and, equip-


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

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

Sideboards from $20,00 to $50.00.

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ped for their work, -give their readers
a neatLy printed paper full of valu-
able reading matter in every depart-
ment. We hear much about modern
conditions dwarfing the country press
and some even insist that the weekly
paper must finally go under entirely,
but we can't see it that way. Its field
may be more circumscribed than form-
erly but .it has plenty of territory left
in which its supremacy is unchal-
lenged and in the very nature of
things that territory can never be
taken from it. And after all, it Is the
man (or woman) behind the country
paper .-at counts, and counts for
more than ever in these days of mer
ciless competition. Given the right
editor with a good plant in a good
county, and all the daily papers in ti
world can't run him out of business
nor impair his prosperity. But he
must be the man for the Nlaoe, for ia
weekly Journalism It is the pereaiOal
Ity of the editor and his ituea ftr
his job that determines the issue.
There are some striking instances ia
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Hasn't Seen Yellow Pine in Years. meant of the law by the pardoning
Every week some moe is talking board would answer all the require-
through the azwnpapers about "Flor- ments of the situation.-Tampa Tr- with a draw string at the bottom anJ
ida yellow pine." Our editor was bune. when drawn up made an immense
born and reared among yellow p4es -- blouse. The captain shoved his boat
and he thinks that he knows one Primary an Unprofitable Disacusion. away from shore, opened the front ofl
when he sees It. yet he has not seen Teh discussion of the primary elec- his shirt and when he reached the
one in many years. He would go a tion is stale, flat and unprofitable. middle of the large school of mullet
long ways just to see a genuine Flor- The primary is with us to stay yet a dived head foremost into them. While
ida yellow pine.-Jasper News. whil and its defects are mostly of a under the water he ctosed his shirt
-- character that cannot be cured by leg- and came up with thirteen big mullet
The Shark Nabbed Him. iulation. Would it not, then, be better tickling his ribs. This was repeated
One day last week while William for our contemporaries to expend their until he had secured enough fish for
McCormick was fishing near Ponce energy in discussing some really live the garrison of soldiers-who regarded
Park, he met with a very serious mis- topic-such, for instance, as a law tte captain as a hero who had saved
hap. Mr: McCormick had just baited compelling attendance at our public their lives.
his hook and thrown it out and was schools. Perhaps with a higher aver- If there are any Doubting Thomases
stooping over the side of the boat age of education and the consequent in regard to this, we refer them to Col.
washing his hands when a monste' higher standard of ideals and broader E. C.Summerlin. or Capt.., James Rus.
shark grabbed one hand and badly conception of good citizenship many sell, of St. Lucla. Probably Capt.
lacerated it. It took the combined of the shortcomings of the primary Russell has the same shirt yet to ex-
strength of his two companions to owuld disappear.-Starke Telegraph. hibit as evidence.-Fort Pierce News.
keep the shark from pulling him over- draw it.
board.Datona Gazette-News. ..,Watch Putnam County Grow.
oar-Daytona Gaette-New. utna county has voted for an is- Prosperous Orange Season.
Some Things We Should Do. sue of $190,000 in improvement bonds The orange situation grows brighter
Improve our school system, abd in- by a decided majority, showing that every day. This week Florida oranges
crease the number of schools. Edu- the sentiment of our people is In no sold in New York for $3.75. The deal-
cate the children and those of a larg- sense uncertain as to the necessity of ers are not obtaining such high prices
er growth, to a proper realizaiton of a forward move. The authorization but there is a greater demand for
their duty to themselves and their of these bonds means a new county oranges at fair prices than our pack.
country, so that ignorance and illiter- court house at Palatka. traffic bridges ers can supply. The weather has
acy may be stamped Jut. Teach a across the St. Johns river at Palatka been ideal for perfectly maturing the
proper regard for the laws and curb and over Dunn's creek, and $100,000 crop and the fruit is coloring and cuts
the spirit of lawlessness which at for hard surfaced roads. Now watch well. It now looks as though the
times seems to run riot Hard work Putnam county grow.-Palatka News. growers would have a fairly prosper-
and perseverance can accomplish ous orange season.-Wauehula Advo-
much, but enthusiasm in one's work Florida Legislators Will Debate It. cate.
Is an essential that must not be over- Says*the Pensacola Journal: "Mr.
looked. Believe in yourself and your Bryan calls attention to the fact that To Develop the Big Swamp.
work. and be so imbued with the in Germany the money deposits In A strong company of Pennsylvania
spirit of it that you will inspire in the savings banks are all guaranteed, capitalists will spend $1,000,000 in de-
others a like degree of interest. So and with the fear of loss thus remov- veloping the Okefenokee swamp which
let us all work together for the at- ed the German people have many lies mostly in the southeast corner ot
tainment of nobler ideals, at this hundreds of millions on deposit. In Georgia and extends into Florida. The
fair southland may "comr into its this country a vast amount never swamp contains a wealth of fine cy-
own" and take itasight place in our reaches the banks because there is press timber, and it is for the purpose
glorious nation-Panama Pilot. no legal guarantee of safety, and un of cutting this timber and converting
thrift and improvidence are encour- it into merchantable lumber that the
There is no reason why,tfae editor- aged to just that extent." A study of company will develop the property. It
ial pages of Florida newspapers the figures of the recent Increase of is generally known that a quantity of
should become dull, the Pensacola the deposits in the state banks in the very finest cypress in the swamp
Journal apparently thinks, for it of- Oklahoma leads to the presumption is in Florida territory, and it is there-
fers the following for the considera- that a similar result .followed in that fore possible that much of the Im-
Uon of the press: "With the election new state from the adoption of the provements to be made by the corn-
out of the way we can all now take constitution with its provision for pany will be In this state.-Apalachi-
up the Haina case, the iniquity of guaranteeing bapk deposits. The cola Times.
nig9t riding, the siea of the cotton subject will be much debated when
crop, the advisability of marketing the Florida legislature meets next Mr. Dixon's Bad Books.
green oranges, draining the Ever- spring, provided the United States Thomas Dixon, Jr., whose "Traitor",
glades, the preot in sweet potatoes, supreme court does not pronounce the sequel to "The Clansman." is now
good roads, bad sidewalks, the city Oklahoma law unconstitutional in a being presented on the stage, has been
beautiful, freight rates, the Bulga- case now before it, in the meantime. sued for $50,000 by a Raleigh. N. C.,
rian situation, aeroplanes and the -Jacksonville Times-Union. lawyer. The lawyer, at a Republican
sheath skirt, and in their discussion meeting, denounced the Dixon books
find that gentle mental exhilaration Pubhtity to Apalchilcola. and plays as productive of unhealthy
so necessary to let as down easy at- That there Is much advantage deriv- sentiment and Dixon replied in a vltu-
ter tre fieree debacsh of the past two ed by Apalachicola from the vigor- perative manner, which caused the
months." We should advise cutting' ous ad altogether succe-sful cam- lawyer to sue for slander. The law-
the Hains case out of th elist and palga of publicity anent Cae Gulf yer was right. No good purpose can
addin,. say, the waterways- discussion. Coast Inland Waterways project, is be served by the rekindling of see-
-Jacksonville Tlmes-Unlon. shown from the fact that 30,000 pieces tional hatreds which the Dixon books
otpriated matter dated from Apalach- and plays proBsote. One of their
Pops Ready to Open Up. icola, have been distributed through- worst features is that they inflame
The Pops say they will immediately out the country. and thousands of let- both the whites and blacks to a re-
open their camuplgn for the election terms In reply will be sent to Apalach- mebra~ce of past wrongs and 6nmi-
two years heacn. They die hard.- iooa. Every cogresvman ani sen- ties. They otRht to be squelched.-
Chipley Verdict. ator and every governor, besides Tampa Tribune.
MI- t many other officials, have heard of
All the Pops Left Out. Apalachloola through this channel, Latest News From Tamspa.
The result of the national election and correspondence is had with every The latest news from Tampa is to
was a sad disappointment to many section of the country. Much space the effect that one of that city's edi-
democrats, tbu- the county returns has been devoted to this Gulf Coast tors bet his money the reverse to
give the cause for great rejoicing. The Inland Waterways by the pre4s of the what he wrote and urged in his in-
entire ticket was elected and all the country, and all of it has advertised fluential journal and won a pile that
Pops were left out in the cold.-Chip- Apalachicola. In addition, all water- would make the Stauldard Oil mag-
ley Verdict. way organizations have been placed nates blush with pleasure. Another
Loose Primary Key West. n touch. Apalachicola, by reason of statement about Tampa is that Editor
Loose Primary Key W t the fact that she is the father of the Stovall. of the Tribune. has just pur-
As a result of the loo-e way of project, and by further reason is.the chased a controlling interest in the
conducting the primary the candi' home of the energetic secretary of Tampa fair grounds and .that the expo-
atesno were compelled to spend an the association, is known throughout sition the coming February will be
enormous amount of money to secure the length and breadth of the United larger, finer and better than ever;
the nomination and in some cases State'. Do you get these facts into that President Brown has already as-
the riff-raff who never should have your noggin?-Apalachicols Times. surances thatwon the opening day no
been allowed to vote more than offset -- less than three of the most distfn-
the vote of the loyal democrats and Step in the Right Direction. g ui-hed men of the nation will be
defeated the men they would have The action of the county commis- present and agdress the assembled
named. It looks now as If it will be sioners in calling an election to decide crowds, namely: President Roosevelt.
necessary to go in and practically re- whether or not ft. Lucie county shall President-Elect Taft and the defeated
organize the Democratic party in this issue $150,000 in'bonds for the purpose candidate, William Jennings Bryan.
county. We know from Tuesday's of building hard roads throughout the It will be a memorable event in the
election that we have fully 500 men county, is commendable. It is a step annals of Tamp--the greatest fair
who are loyal and who can be relied in the right direction. While there opening Florida has ever known and
upon to support the nominees. On will probably be some opposition, it is a crowd such as will do honor to the
that we have a splendid foundation to hoped the question will be placed in- occasion. Of course, we all will be'
build up the party and secure for it telligently before the voters and that there. Here's to Stovall. Brown and
the respect that It= history In this all may stand together in support of the Florida State Pair.-Ocala Banner.
county merits. We are strongly in the good work. The columns of the
favor of the executive com-nittee tak- Tribune are open to all who wish to Municipal Ownership Is Sanford.
ing hold of the next city election and discuss the pros and cons of this in- Municipal ownership' has now be:
naming a full ticket. The method of portant question in a logical manner, come one of the leading topics of con-
conducting such a primary will be -Fort Pierce Tribune. versation in this cty. It has its ad-
thorouty discussed In due time.- Thats e Eherents as well asIts opponents. The
thoroughlyKey West Citisen. That's Ketchin' 'Em Some. people are now asking concerning cer-
K Wes t-Tn. Col. E. C. Summuierlln, who is as full tain candidates, "how do they stand
Where the Trouble Lies, of good stories as a Kentucky cotone! on municipal ownership?" We have
Daniel A. Simmons, -secretary to is of corn whisky, told us a good on" asked the candidates to express them-
Governor Broward. has come forth as a few days ago, one which ranks with selves through our columns. So far
a reformer and suggests a prison corn- the classic as a fish story, no one has responded We have
mission, with attorney and clerk at. He stated that about forty or fifty heard that both candidates for mayor
tachments. We don't see the neceest- years ago a part of Uncle Sam's sol- favor municipal ownership, but we do
ty. The pardoning board turns 'em diers wer stationed at Fort Capron, not know positively. One thing we
loose fast enough now. Why go to the which is jist west of what is now St. do know. however, is that as an issue
additional expense? What is needed Luciae. These soldiers became fish municipal ownership will not down
is a reformation of the pardoning hungry, but had no way in which to and the candidates might as well get
board. About the only e'"iange in the capture them, and could not obtain ready to face it.-Sanford Chronicle.
law that is essential Is one requiring nets or other paraphernalia. It was
that the prosecution be represented in the roe season and mullet were school- Successful West Florida Fair.
*heartangs on all applications for par- ing and they were as thick in Indian The West Florida Fair at DeFun-
dons-in other words that the people, river as fleas on a dog's back. This iak Springs has just closed, after a
the courts, the constftuted authority tantilized the soldier boys more than remarkably succeaful run. All those
of the state .be gives at least an equal ever. They went with .their troubles who visited the fair unite la the
showing with the criminal, hi law- to Capt. Jim Russell-tl9 same Capt. opinion that it is calculated to do the
years and his friends. There is n, Jim who lives at St. Lucie now-and section in whieh it was held inestima-
need of creating more offices and en- he promised them some flash. ble good. ditor Storrm, of the Deo
tailing more expense on *he people The next morning, Capt. Russell ap- Funiak Breese. who li largely respon-
when the exercise of a little sober peared at the river dressed in a pe- sible for the fair and its. success, tells
Judgment and regard for the enforce- euliar shirt. It was a copious affair in his paper of sam of tie beneta

, !.

which will accrue to the county and
section as a result of it. When a
local exhibition of this sort is found
such a valuable advertisement for a
community. what may we not claim
for a big one like the Florida State
Falr?-Tamps Tribune.
A Statue for Dr. Gorice.
The Uncle Remus Magazine for No-
vember. among other good things, pro-
sents an article on Dr. GCrrie. Aper
lachicola, Florida, who was the Wt-
ventor of the first machin.-nade Ice.
Dr. Gorrie was a physician who stum-
bled udon the discovery of making toe
by mechanical means in an effort to
cool air for fever patients as an ex-
ternal remedy. It was while expert-
menting to this end that he made
small bricks of ice. This was as early
as 1845, more than 60 years ago. Dr.
Gorrie reaped no benefit from his I-
vention, for the scheme was treated
with so much ridicule that he could
not induce capitalists to put up the
money necessary to make the ma-
chines. although Dr. Gorrie had secur-
ed a patent on his invention. Dr. John
Gorrie was born In Charleston, S. C..
in 1803, and died at Apalacjalcola,
blorida. in 1855. He was a physician
of much note. and a world wide bene-
factor to the race. There is under
way a plan to place a statue of Dr.
John Gorrie in one of the niches of
the National Hall of Fame, and ev-
ery patriotic Floridian should help
the good work along.-Arcadia Cham-
pion. b

* Arcadia Champion.

The Pardoning of Orimlnas, by Dan-
iel A. Simmons, private secretary of
Governor Broward, appears in Sun-
day's edition of The Pensacola Jour-
nal, and we trust will be carefully
read by every editor in the state. It
is plain toihose who understand that
the pardoning board consists of the
governor and four administrative off-
cers of the executive department, and
that from thirty to forty cases come
before them every month, and that
the board can only spare two days in
each month to their investigation, that
the ains of omission and commission
on the part of the pardoning board
should be lightly dealt with. Mr. Sim-
mons declares that the thorough ex-
amination of these thirty or forty
cases would leave the board no time
for any other duties whatsoever. H*
suggests that the next legislature
make provision for the appointment
of a pardon attorney, who can, put In
his time at the work of investigating
the cases to be brought before the
board, and to impartially advise them,
putting the esalent features of each
case in a condensed form, after hav-
ing himself investigated the ,matter
with the Judges and prosecuting at-
torneys before whom the case was de-
cided. This would-so it seems to us
-be placing too much power in the
hands of one man, and likely to prove
even more unsatisfactory than the
prtent system, but some relief from
the congested conditions that prevail
is evidently needed, and we hope.
will receive the thoughtful considera-
tion of those editors who have made
so much averse comment on the
doings of the pardoning board.
% St. Augustine Record.

It Is observed that the Mississippi
* Audubon society has appealed to tho
circuit Judges of the several districts
of the state to aid in the cause of
bird preservation by charging grand
juries specifically, to look into viola-
tions of the game laws of tip state.
That is a good suggestloW and we
feel sure will be accepted and acted
upon by the judges. A few indict-
ments with proper punishment follow-
ing, for the wanton killing of birds
will have a salutary effect in creating
respect for the law and make a be-
inniag towards the restoration to our
woods and fields of their feathered
The game laws of state and coun-
ty are entirely adequate to the par-
poses that they are designed to ac-
complish. But they are as so much
waste paper unless they are enforced,
and It is to procure this enforcement
that the Audubon society of tje state
Is solicitous about: and, right here.
it may be suggested that a breach of
this society might be organied in
every county with profit and advnt-
age to the game sad agriCfeitaral in-
In the meantime, let every friend
of the bird feel that he has a duty to
perform in the way of piltection and
meuh good will result from the eqm-
lined individual efort.

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Wedding of Mr. Jas. Forbes a-l Miss Dixie Bass, First Baptist
chek U:38 a. a.
SNo Cty FPIch Club: e**** Mr C. 8. Domacker, at 3 p. 0
SP- Is e i bwad M i- temmanan sl Muamerlyn at Oceola :
0* ( T -. f-r. r. F. Mitell.
S9" sawtr for Miwss rkejM lHtuu.. Mrs. G. A. Water-

SMoma, Bridge club: Ho tes, NM! Liza McGaughey, 11 a. m. :
Boos mt Country Club for Mls ParkersmO-RHetess, mrs. S. R.
*M. Uesdy. I p.m.
T tre pafty complimetary to Miees Houseman, Coachman, 4
XM -113se WHIII. kbates Miss Jennie Stilbman.

t ,
The Reeme-Whte Wedding at Universalist
Church Last Night Was a Brilliant Affair.

One of the most beautiful. of ant-
umn social events, a chry-ut*bewr-e
wedding was 1sle-04ed la 4 aigAt
at the First Universaist church, of
Pensacola, when Mr. Bugege L. Beese
sad Miss Beatrice Zulah White were
joined in the holy bonds of marriage,
Rev. Charles P. RHal leiatiag.
Af the hoar of 7:M approved,
guests who had been hdden to the in-
teresting afdar began throeaing the
church, which, In direct cnsplimeat to
the love and esteem ia which botat
young people are held Ia the city, was
oon filled to Its utmost capacity by
those who had eme to witaesS an
event of heart Interest to each and
everyperpon who had ever come Ia
contact with the attractive young cou-
The church was over more beauti-
fiu. Great banks et ebrysanthemnaums
ai their delicate cot rig odded
from arraagei-ts which Wre Inadee
charanln. The air., In act. was per-
snMsatdM w th breathe these sweet
' symsls at t h m -i-c fr*-r
Flowerbae *3e-lf. ed the* leeittiea
of re suman herself col asot
bhave tea *are edrtect.
When the hoar te the caremoay
had arrived a"d the last guest had
teen ushered lato the biuehes ca-rch.
the besaUtil voice of Miss Missouri
Cawton, ever more beautiful in Its
rich vowed tad t ha~ u last light,
%bwas *1scthe r with swiat a=l.
ody. Wiss a selection was.
chr&,.lely asoraft to the eeas.
Iea. bela "Ok. iPar.'O Sweet sad
The brMdal barty then appeared, all
eyes beift taONi oa. the lovely brlde
and b 018Wy atteNam mmt. A eS
White wa la n white aatin
lanibW4 .ee, sa" mode
eotmateie. i Amnh Op e 'the Nanm
of the. weieW lb owe lae, the co.
Ze oaly to er -bar
l-v--as-M. e carried chryasathe-
In her vail belag caught with a
beaut. d*ade oramment.
Mine Ola White. the charmaig is-
ter e the hUie, aAthe maid tC hoa-
or." te was lovely nl white mlk
made efetOve wlfh rich earelderei
trimming. Her bouquet was of pinak
erysantheuuam. Miss Mitne RNs-
sell, who served as hr)nemal, was
ast becoiAgly wad in a white
4t aadle over blue silk, ad carried
pink chrysanthemnums.
Mr. Reese was attended by Mr.
Uames Van Anadale as grooasman.
ead Mr. Malcolm E. White, as eat
man. IUttle Miss Barbara Hoffman,
IWfy and sweet In white, proved a
dainty little flower girt, at she wal&-
ad slightly ahead of the party, strew-

Catarrh CaUnot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPwICATION8, as they
nt re-ch tjhm seat of the diasee. (a-
tanh I. a blood or" c0 tlaatleal disease.
ad in order tc ulit yoU must take tn-
ternal redis. H's Catarrh Care i
taken Inteallty. and arts dtretly es the
blood and munous race. Hall's Ca-
tarrh Cure Is not a quack mailene. It
was ler bad by eae ea the best Jhi-
ehn-an thsa eotib for y= a* is a
reculr pre umeOU it e a--100 of
the best to nowwcemaim wIth the
bd4t blood Pdrut acting directly em the
mntames r m e. The pafect combtsa-
tier of the two InirmB isn wteat re-
due. is ch wandefal resiuts In curing
Catarrh S for te rtssiaila free.
1. JCaHBI= A&CO..Pros. Toled, 0.
Sold t by Dumek t TSe.
Take iall'sT Pilus fteer coastlp-


mt. arand the cor-
gner. We're ready,
for imtance

Primp( Fruit Cake

a wpr pound.

Bmw's Fruit Cake

at a per ound.


Iag flowers from a beautifully fash-
ioned basket in the patha of the lovely
-bride. Carroll Hoffman, carrying a
white satin pillow, upon which repos-
ed the ring, was ring-bearer.
As the party advanced, Seel's or-
chestra added another unusual and
pretty touch to this most artistic of
weddings, in the rendition 't Mendels-
sohn's weddt march. Revr Hall met
the procesmon at the altar, where,
with the soft sweet strains of a vio-
ln solo rendered by Miss Lillian Ja-
coby, the word of God was spoken in
the calm and beauty w*ich had cast
itt spell like magic over the holy
scene, and two li-es had been joined
together for one and for all time.
Immediately after the ceremony,
the guests repaired to the home of
the bride's mother. Mrs. E. L. White,
at 802 East Blount street. where,
front 8:15 until 10 o'clock the young
couple received the congratulations
of their nany friends. The home had
been beautifully decorated in honor
of the event, the chrysanthemum ef-
fect being still in evidence. One
meem was entirely in white and green.
smother a combination of the great
pink blossoms with their accompany-
Ing foliage, a third -being beautiful
In a blase of gorgeous yellow lowers.
Ice cream and cake were served.
Many beautiful gifts were viewed,
many of which had been received
from abroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Reese, who left last
night for New Orleans for a ten
days' honeymoon trip, will be at home
at the corner of Eighth asd Twelfth
streets peon their return.
The bride Is one of Pensacola's
loveliest and moat talented young wo-
men. Sinee her early girlhood she
has been preinOntly-eonnected with
local Amuscat aid dramatic circles,
having been regarded as a leader in
all with which -she has been identi-
Sed, her enterprise and her charming
personality, in fact, having served to
place her among the foremost of
Pensacola's best loved young women.
The groom, who is a member of
the firm of Watson. Parker & Reese,
has long been regarded as one of the
Irat young men of. Pensacola, where
he has been popular In the social and
business world alike.
Little Miss Margaret Genovia Brown
was christened yesterday morning at
St. Michael's church, Rev. Father Ful-
lerton officiating, Mr. John Constance
acted as godfather. Miss Mattie Geno-
via O'ConnellU bing godmother. The
snowy robes in which the beautiful
child was christened were exqurisitely
fashioned, the event ha),ig been as
pretty as it was impressive.
Thl usual weekly card party of the
Progress Club occurred. last night, a
large number having been present at
the jolly function. Euchre was in-
dulged in uimnl a late 'hour, those in
attendance reporting a moat enjoyable
Mrs. J. G. Yaleetra entertained the
members of the Social Card Club yes-
terday afternoes at her home on
Strong street, a pleasant event result-
lng from the efforts of the clever hos-
tss. The ladles' ace was won by



To-Day at


5 South Palafox St.

This wmn says Lydia &
Ptlrbam's Ve ge -i i,
saved her life. ead her le
Mrs. T. C. Wfladsefof a
Iowa, writes to Mrs. Pinkham:
I ea truly say that Lydia E Plak-
ham's Vetable Cmpound saved my
life, sad cannot express my gtitalo
to you in words. For years asufeed
with the worst foram of mato om-
plaint, coutinsually doetorin ad
Impending lot4s of mmey ifor dias
without help. I wrote you for advice,
followed it as directed, a"d took Lydia
L. Pinkham' Vegetable Coa d aad
it has restored me to perfect health.
Had, it not been for you I amould have
been in my grave to-day. I wish every
suffering woman would try it."
For thirty years Lydia. E Pink-
ham's *Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills.
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflmmnnio*j, ulcers.
tion, fibroid tumors, ir ularities
periodic, pains, backache, that bear.
ing-down feeling, fiatulenxy, indige.-
tiondizzinessr nervous prostrati
Why don't you try it ?
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick
women to write her for advice.
She haes raded thesaods to
health. A S, Lyn1, Mass

Mrs. J. J. McArthy, the eonaolation
by Mrs. Wim. Roch, the lone hand by
Mrs. Dan Murphy, and the booby by
Mrs. N. Soderqulst. The feature of
the afternoon was the unusually high
score made by Mrs. Dan Murphy, who
had 19 lone hands. The next meetings
of the club will occur at the home of
Mrs. Murphy on North Hayne street.
A pleasant Informal gathering took
place at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
B. J. Gonzalez on Tuesday night, the
event having been planned in homor ot
the youngest daughter of the bouse-
hold. Miss Violet.
Miss Violet. who is a clever ama-
teur artist, received the coamnliment
prettily, the evening having been ome
of much enjoyment for all present.
Music was furnished by Vice Consul
Diaz, Abraham Diaz and by Miss Har-
The Womans' Missionary Society of
the East Hill Baptist church will meet
at the home of Mrs. Dora Donaldson
on Ninth avenue this afternoon at 3
All the ladies of the church are cor-
dially invited to -be ii attendance, as
an interesting afternoon has been ar%
Mrs. Bessie Rady -was hostess last
night at a meeting of the Pastime
Euchre, Club held at her home on Bel-
mont street. A full membership was
in att'mdance, The evening having
passed off in an exceptionally pleas-
ant manner.
The climax of a brilliant social week
in local circles will be reached today.
when. at 11:30 o'clock, the marriage
of Mr. .Jas. Forbes, of Hopkinaville,
Kentucky, and Miss Dixie Bass, of this
city. will occur at the First Baptist
church. Out of town guests have'
been arriving yesterday and today to
witness the event, and there Is mu=e
interest evinced, of course, in the
local set in which Miss Bass has al-
ways been characterized as a leader.
A pleasant event will occur at the
home of Mrs. C. S. Bonacker this af.
ternoon when the members of the New
City Flinch Club will meet, and as-
sist her hi the celebration of.ber
birthday. The date upon which Mrs.
Bona'kerr have regular enter-
tained the club. fortunately, fell on the
interesting date. and a fact which will
serve to make the afternoon's event
doubly pleasant.
Mrs. G. A. Waterman will be hostess
at a delightful function this evening
which will take the form of a bridge
party, and will be given in honor ot
her charming visitor. MIss Parkerson,
of New Orleans.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Beyer of Nort
Hayne street entertained at din,.r on
Tuesday night, the event having been
given in honor of a school mate of Beyer. Mr S. S. Jerome, of
Chicago. The affair, which was a
most pleasant one, abounded in pleas-
ant reminiscences, and proved a hap
py little event from mnany etanJl-
points. Mr. Jerome left last night ,or

"School Days." the bright little
operette which is being staged by local
talent, the cast of which will be com-
posed of local talent, and the proceeds
of which, moreover, will go toward
aiding the Junior Gardeners in better-
*iug local conditions, has a a w and
pleasing feature in having been writ-
ten for the "gardeners" by a local au-
thor. who has added an int-a -c
local touch which will be Ir asitftle
to Pensacola people. There la lia ty
of fun. plenty of mischief, and som
interesting aad ridicuom usiattuaga:

Mr;. Sidney Bell is reported as
much improved, after h.*m- ref-ent ill- Mrs. Bell Is popular among a
large list of local fri nd-s w-i) will
be pleased to learn of her recovery.
Mrs. George F. Jones and Miss Jo-

A Dimple Maker
ind a chidl with di pls and
Biy ual asd legs and you
id a healthy chl. Find one
w t &awn ge and poor, Ofn
body va d yosm w e* needs

Scofftt's Emulsion
Yewr door wl tdl you so.
r ing helps these &Kn pale
cdmn BMe ScOtf's EmAulsin.
Scaptains the very elemental of
Mf ty Usned. Itth m
with a perfect and quickly
d mltbr JL

ah- ba S..M". a-mM da mt
b ea iean amd we we ime aa
Mk&N6.W- = se. a
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which rkM aboe-atl, cleverly true to
life -* ebery%#spct. "School Days",
in fjct. is catchy and sure to please.
aad there is evr indication that the
event, which 1t74cca" at the opera
house oa the will be among Lbe
real hits of the present season.
rs- ,R. F. Mitchell will be hostess
at a dance to te given at the Osceola
club tonight in compliment to her
three guests, Misses Coachman 'and
Mkunnerlyn, of Jacksonville. A num
ber of the local smart set have been
asked, and the affair is anticipated
with much pleasure by those who will
be in attendance.
The Y. M. C. A. parlors will be the
scene of unusual activity this after-
noon* when, at 4 o'clock, the Civic
League will hold its regular meeting
Valuable plans are to be discussed, re-
-ports of committees considered, and a
great deal of business dispose of dur-
ing the afternoon.
A large number of ncw members,
will be present, as a result of the zea!
of an exceptionally energetic member-
ship committee.
A world of activity Is noticeable to-
day among local chrysanthemum en-
thusiasts, who will be among tomor-
row's exhibitors at the first annual
chrysanthemum show to be held by
the School Improvement Association
in the Keyser building opposite the
court house. Already several.individ-
ual exhibits are ready for tomorrow
and a large amount of interest is being
shown in the affair.
Among the pretty sights to be wit-
nessed about Pensacola nowadays is
the North Hill greenery, where quan-
tities of the late autumn flowers are
being admired -by many who visit the
attractive place in order to view the
striking collection. Some beautiful
chrysanthemums have been grown,
which are attracting much attention.
Among the pretty pursuits for wo-
men, and one which has found 'much
favor in Pesacola during the past
year, Is the cultivation of the gorgeous
Sower of the early autumn time, the
chrysanthemum. Scarcely a more
graceful or dainty out-door exercise
could ,be Imagined for milady, who
looks charming as he flushes with
the real work .necessary for the culti-
vation of her beautiful flower beds,
and who is regarded as nothing short
of an angel whoa, after a year of care
and anxiety, she Is able to -present
great Baming boueuets of the fluffy
"nrms" to her friends-especially to
her nick friends, and to those who
rarely have the time and fortunate to
stop for the beautiful things of the
Only the very daipty and highly re-
fined little lady given to the culti-
vation ofethkce beautiful ohrysanthe
mum beds, and it is needless to say
that Pensacola has many of these
pretty lower gardens which nestle
ahoat some of the moet attractive

At the next meeting of the Browning
Club, Nov. 21, the subject of discus-
sion will be the dramatic poem "Childe
Roland to the Dark Tower Came."
This is one f the most wonderful
poems in the English language. We
have the authority of Mr. Browning
himself that the poem is not an alle-
gory, but dramatic incident based
on a line from Shakespeare. Yet its
vivid imagery, its profound expositin
of life, have proved so great a stimu-
lus to the imagination that it is -prob-
ably the most talked of work of the
goet. The central thought of the
poem wit be the basis of' the discus-
sion4 and it is expected that each
member will have determined this for
herself before the meeting, recalling
the remark of Prof. Moulton that "in
the study of literature, or art in any
form, the meaning is what it means
to you."
The leader of the club has request-
ed members to number each stanza in
their books for *purposes of ready ret-
ereace. '

Miss Annie Bear of Milton, has
been spending a short sojourn in the
city. -
Dr. J. H. Bickerstaft. wvho has
been taking a post graduate course in
New York, is expect 1 home this
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hyer. Jr.,
and Miss Louise Quina will spend the
next fei weeks in New York city.
Mrs. Henry White is improviDg af-
ter her recent illness.

Don't buy any cretonne trimmings.
They were a fad that came in with
the warm weather and went out before
the summer was half over. The fash-
ion is absolutely dead. Brocade has
replaced cretonne for vestings.
Don't cut handsome material up into
a twenty-three-gorpd skirt. If your
cloth is handsome and of fine texture
select a four or seven gored pattern.
Don't buy brilliant colored fabrics
for winter clothes. Everything that is
new has a faded hue.
Don't wear long gloves over the
long sleeves now so fashionable. With
such sleeve should be worn a two-
button glove.
Don't pull your belt line down to a
point in the front. Everything that is
worn-with a belt must be round and
rather short waited.
Don't wear pale pink jnd blue tulle
and chiffon ruehes with teavy tailored
Don't wear your veils hanging loose
at the back of the head. Veils are
pinned tightly over the hat and ends
are tucked out of sight.
Don't wear artilcial flowers pinned
on your furs.
Don't have more than onq sash on
a dress. Many women have ruined the
effect of a good dress by having a
sash about the waist, one draped,

sephine Hollihand will leave today
for Ferry Pas.- where they will be
the guests of friends.
Mr. E. M. Lovelace of Brewton. is
la the city, spending a few days
Uftong local acquaintances.
Contractor and Mrs. C. W. Pease
and little daughter will leave toflay
for Barrancas, where they will take
up their residence while Mr. Peas' i-
engaged in certain work at the post.
Mr. and Mrs. Pease are from At l:inta,
aad have been at tae "Mayfield."
'The housekeeper who once tries
Blue Ribbon Vanilla is satisfied. She
wants none better. There is none

At I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Friday. Nov. 13.
given by Naomi Rebekah Lodge No.
10. The tickets bought the previous
"week remain good. Admission, 25
Furs will be used extensively this
season-in the north where they are
actuaUlly needed, and in the Sunny
South where they are mainly for orna-
menting stunning street costumes
and evening wraps. Pensacola shops
are already showing an attractive ar-
ray of neck pieces, muffs, however
being almost ot out of the question i
the local climate.
Among the neck furs there is this
season more novelty than usual. The
woman who has a sable collar of last
year's type or a heavy fox neck fur on
the regulation order will wear the
trea-ured -possession with calm alsir-
ance that her collar is correct, if not
the latest fashion: but. generally
speaking, the modish neck furs now
take on the directoire collar form or
lie flatly over the shoulder-: in shapes
suggesting the shawl.
Never did a fashion in furs affoirl
more opportunity for the utilizing of
old small furs than does the little '
close high collar which is the fad of
the moment, and many of the smart-
est collars contain but scraps of fur-
the greater part of the model being
made *up of velvet, satin and rucbing
of one sort or another. Of course,
there is everything in the way this
little arrangement is putatog-'ther, but
any clever woman can. after careful
study of the imported collars, select
her materials and, with the help of
some furrier, or perhaps even without
his aid. manufacture a fair duplicate
of some admired model.
The general lines of these collars
follow those of the lighter ruches worn
during the summer, a tight, high band
clasping the throat snugly, with a
ruche at top and perhaps at bottom.
and a knot and end of satin velvet or
what one will at the side or back Nat-
urally in the furs this shape means
excessive warmth and fastening at
neck.or side. The collar is not easily
worn open or loosened, as furs open-
ing at front are. The throat special-
ists bid fair to reap a harvest during
the coming winter, but it is the mode
and a most piquant mode it is when
It is becoming at all. Only the long
slender throat can stand the straighLt
collar and high ruches, but charitable
designers occasionally make conces-
sion to the women not blessed with
swan-like throats and one finds some
delectable little models in ermine,
breitschwanz, etc., which open in
front rather than at tWe back or at
the Oide.
One such collar, for example, is in
ermine. It is quite high in the back
and fits the throat closely, but in front
it slopes down under the chin and the
two short ends cross, the point of
crossing being worked by two black
satin buttons embroidered with gold
and two imitation buttonholes of black
satin. The ends are pointed and fall
only a short distance below the point
where they cross. Around the top of
the collar runs a triple ruche, or rath-
ec three full -plaitings, the outer on,'
of black satin, the next of gold net
and the onB next the throat of fine
white lace. These are all deep in the
back. but narrow down toward the
front until they slope to mere narrow
lines just under the chin.
A similar shape in tine mink. in-
stead of crossing in two tabs, ends at
the point of fasiening hoeeath the
chin In a cluster of pendant tails.
The brown furs are minch liked for
the building of the small collars and
are combined with wilvets matching
costume or hpt in coloIr. Tihe gold
yellows and browns, tinted with gold
or orange, are especially effective in
such combinations, and gold not frills'
with inner frills of dreams lace or
silk mousseline or net, are often used
for finishing the topl) of the collar,
though brown net matching the dark-
est tone of the fur mav be used in
place of the gold or with the latter. a
Don't wear bright colored gloves.
Every year dealers import a great
many pink, blue. green and other gay-
ly colored gloves as novelties for ex-
hibition purposes, hut the well-dressed
woman never wears them.


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

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All kinds of bath tubs, steam
and Electrical FixtarM.
Bids furnished on any sie Jobs.

will put a new gravel roof on your
Building on short notice. He also
Sells Brick, Lime, Tar, Cement, etc.
209 E. Garden. Phone 328.

General Contractor. and Bulder,
Pensacola, Fla.
Phone 3M.0'


Saunders Mill Co.,
31 E. Garden St., Phone 717.
ash, Doors, Bllnd and all kinds
of Bu nders Hardware. Paint*.
Brauses and Building Materal.

Anderson & Stearns, C. H. TURNER & CO.,

Brue and Garden. Phone 346.
Phone 776. Penaoola, Fla. Bath Tube, Cabinet Mantels, etc,

across the bust and perhaps an end or
two at the back.
Don't wear tan shoes with a trained
dress. They are for walking and in-
formal occasions only.
Don't wear a mushroom hat if you
are a stout woman. It will take sev-
eral inches from your height.
Don't wear distinct stripes if you
are a thin woman. And don't apply
the trimming on your dresses going up
and down.
Don't -.ear dainty white lingerie pet-
ticats with dark tailored suits. If you
cannot afford a matching silk skiri,
then invest in some of the mercerized
fabrics, such as sateen, brilliantine,
moreen, etc., all of which come in
many shades.
Don't wear false -hair unless it
matches your own exactly.
Don't have your silver egg spoon
dipped in gold so that the stains front
e:g z will not have to be fought
Thursday, November 12.
Wheatina and Cream.
Chicken Hash on Toast.
Parsleyed Potatoes.
French Toast.
Sliced Tomatoes.
Cafe au Lait.
The Journal.
Saratoga Potatoes.
Parker House Rolls.
Combination Salad.
Cup Custards. Small Cakes.
Tea. Cocoa.
Vegetable Soup.
Boiled Cornbeef.
Steamed Cabbage.
Fried Eggplant.
Salad of Celery.
Cranberry Pie.
Cafe Noir.

They Take the Kinks Out.
"I have used Dr. King's New Life
Pills for many years, with increasing
satisfaction. They take the kinks oit;
'of stomach, liver and bowels, without
russ or frictSon." says N. H. Brown,
of PittsfieM. Vt. Gowow-teed eats-
factory at all druggists. 25c.
Rocbeblave. 52.
Andrews, 44.
Reilly. 28.
Brown, 5.
Yonge. 3.
McGaughey, 1.
Williams, 1.
Voting at LRama.-lom

Pensacola Electric

Makers of Light and Power.
Main Offices, 9-11 W. Garden Gt.
Telephone 1062.

Adjt. and Mra. Grimshaw arrived
from Dubois, Pa.. last night, aa wlU
be in charge of the local corps of Oe
Salvation Army. They will qaidmt
their welcome services tonight,

The Orpheum has a gret
show this week.
Matinee every day. Dobo
open 3:30 ,curtain rises 4 p.
tm. Adm'is ion, 10c to a
Three night shows. B10a
prices, 10 and 20c,




Electric Power

is always ready'

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

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

Let us take the response.
ability of supplying your

Ye iR NOW. msoded ty do'kt k to

the vry rat "Plicatie.
D&mdew is u qicbky1 m4
thkoroUghly aeorbed the t cwalp
md the heir som *,-ows the
eec t.of its wemder4f y em-
Larating and lifevJedC-cise
qualities. h is pleBamatJ _m
e*ytoe-ai*iply appl
it to the *calp m lair
esce a day until the
hair begins to grow.
then two or there
times a week till
dsired results ore
SA lduy nn Calrnita we iem
Se sbtanoce oI aow e
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mastaiuetlIaisOwbleMer t-
woodertul osutce h almrtt mN -
braidtoe 9 Stseeh U-U.b`
Another fram New Janwe-
After uins suxth bottle I
bappy to a ytht I AVe "
anie a bed ot air as Ayo"eta
New Jersey.
The Great Hair-Grow*
iag IRemedy cam ow be
had at all druggists in three siam. is.
25c. SOo and $1.00
per bottle.

1 FrmosT r *mhwah e own wae
wt madresd arsge -ees
by kre umealltmmyon.wbe
able th free gow *he *Ok
with their name maddress
and le In stver or tOmeN
to pay irM o.M

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3V 6 00 BARWWNW S $80 on lots we have for sale on Buys a Cottage Home in
$1175.00. For 20-acre farm with 5- East Hill, and let you pay for Best Residence Section *
We are offering a very nice 5-room. one-story dwelling on North Alck-
Sstreet. with lot fronting 4 by 125 feet. Onast Hill ar lne room houe and good water, it like rent. of East Hill block from 6-room and hall house and outhouses,
$1800.00. 35 minutes drive from court How about it, Mr. Rent car line; 6 rooms, new, ch and pear orchard on 40 acres of
Can buy a one-story dwelling on North Reus street. near Gadsden a Payer? bath, hot and cold water
street. ontaining 5 rooms, with lot 6Ox2S feetL This s listed for only a house. P yer l onb-uartr of a mile. south4wes w
lSw arys at this pce$.. $600. sanitary connections, 9- land, one-quarter o a mile, southwest of Rob
WHI get a very nice home .on Devilir street. near Gregory street, of Fine building lot. 70x137 1 p foot front and side gal- An Investment.
1 m. with lot 4x1 f Conveet to ny car ne. U lery. South front. Large for sale at a sacrifice to right party, a large sa
*ms. with a lot 4L feeMonvenient to any car line. on East Cervantes street, blnd lery. South front. Large nd ctuated at Badad and Penscol
a insurance. Cuy M.ap sou. uth front. (Incerporated.) lot. The balance like plant is up-t-date in very way and can be purchased on ver
HOOTON WATSO $800 REAL STATE AND NSURANC rent. Don't slave for term.

"TH RNTAL A N*." 1 Gets 80 acres of good land 43 Sth Pl t your landlord. D l FCTATF
Leading Real Estate, Loan and ,esurance Agents. on hard road, about 1 miles $ 5 0 0 0 0 5 lots on 16th ave-E R coLTOR S*
Bounmt B ui ng. d rtne* r sf Renter*rs." Phone 54. from city. ".U nue car line, the REAL ESTATE, RENTS .nd LOANS
-_________________________ __$3150. to lend on first-class security cheapest property 20e s. Paife _S. pho.e 87. Posoo,
-One-half block (10 lots) on short or long time. Ad- in this section $1100

DID YOU YORo SALE. with 5-room house wind-. dress the Chaffin Bank, Mil- JI. W llc0k1 r, J1I-
A ur .R e DID YOU SAY WOOD?-seI ll It in our mill, fruit, all finced. East on ,Fla. J1 W Mmock, Jr
mill yard. foot of 10th avenue, at 40c Hill. PHONE 60
25 a month for 2-stOry, a load-all that one horse can haul, 40 ll
Good short wood ready tut, for stove. 2000. Rooms 304-306 Thlesen Building
-rovmg and hall house with grateor fireplace. Lay In a good supply $,
-room and riwith goes Up and termomete One 2-story-and-half house WANTED.
a11 oln p0Me down- Smend a dray. flowers. at One 2-story-and-hal huse
hoa e. wiAnha., yod a iove i. o No. 505 East GadVeden St., WE WANT to make your stencils and
Bay Sho at White's .Sta- et frl close inA geys.anrddo ain. rrkin do f et TO LOANo NOT 80 MANY YEARS AGO, mud was ankle deep at ti
tA E I)T CO CHASE AND D son, 10 E. arden St Phone 619 0phine street horses, cows, and oats, rammed te streets an
l VILLIER STS., F`OR QUICK SALE $2600. son 0 St. ho t ON SHORT trash trrels placed along the sidewalks, cars were drawn by
a first-class hotel in the city. The city limits were about t
The Fisher Real Estate AT '$1800. JNO. N. DAY, 6 E. GAR- New COttage No. 404 East WANTED-Kodak developing and print- NOTICE the rthoue. an boys hunted birds tls te and o.-half
DEN ST. ing at Johnson's Bk Store. novia out. It went so low at one time as to lose Its charter and b
Agency. D ST- Jackson Street all conven- e Puaton wa the about 30,000. Th traveing men
St WANTED-Position as lineman for elec- t a dead town. Lots in the suburb were sellg rom $20
IDA OR ANGE t direct from grove. large lot. ill sl On liht or telho. C ble of k- each, but the home people were loyal andl ad faith in their
wrapped and packed In boxes..'.7.5 per iences. large lot. Will sell o ng .ralgh of soall plpueth No reasonable
FOR RENT. box. Lose in bbis. one cent eah, '. O. termsoffer refutdd. Address Electrian,' HOW IS IT TO-DAY with its miles f paved streets and
OR RENT. y w oer. ; easy terms, Car journal. no.view Amounts from $50 Up. m cent hotls. its l electric car system, its b
[Brysat. X4k Box 502. Lakeland. '!a. u sections three to five relIes from the court house, with lots
'rM FOR RENT-14 East rr t t. novi WANTE-Position a aent or coector .00 to 500.00 each, and a pulatlon nearing 75,000, the
Z location in the city. This WANTED-Position as agent or eo)leetorMSM.
d Cetter locatJon in tise city. This eernced n Referen ar- MlI Ml r boost, the traveling men say obile ia an up-to-date progress
A the last chance In this block. Fine FOR SALE-Nie. Jersey Milk, delivered FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. by experienced man. References fur- Th Cawtn hotel and th New Battle Hose, under the
for a good meet market, mer- every- morning. Telephone 76S. OFFICE ragoesa. or phone 337. 7novlw* agement is practically perfect, the city's growth wonderful.
caiK-tanor. millinery or any other bust- llnovlw* Second floor Thiesen Bld. Real Estate, Rents and Loans,
S t at pre t located on property. Al STENOGRAPHER desires position. R s an LoansWHAT DID IT? Waterworks, sewerage street paving, fir
Saly House. 1 rRSALE-Cut chrysanthemums for sale __ Legal experience. Address X. Y. Z.. 9 W. Intendencia St. Phone 271. accommdatlos and push, more than anything else. It i g
Wrtt St., or Hooton r Watson. at 3W W. Romana. or phone 1640. Care Journal. Snovlw- same thing for Pensacla. Watch it. Mobile people know It
,o,- 1no,-w* HEHELP WANTED. WANTD-A loan of $10 for 2 years... ....vs e,. r r Par
rn rooms, phoneA, Tor I FO SALE-12-hor.e Iron-clad security. Write C. L.. Car MONEY TO LOAN. We hve n organation for the hmn f real ette
y W right. 222 N. Abetweens po.wer. bran new tires. Apply P. 0. OFFICE BOY WANTED- Apply & a. i., Journal. Snovlw* salomen who is ver practically al parts if the aouteO and hav
nv3t* Bx 24., Csta, Fla. lnow Saunders Mill Co., offices e ven St. POSITION as stock clerk, shipping WE have $100.001.0 in iu-anteed. t North, East and West of the Ohio river. We want to get
FOR ALM-f-wmill, two ox teams. clerk, or salesman, in wholesale class, I per cent mortgages on city own real estf eate. We can lend yotw mone at 5 per cen
i d telephone, M1. Carnovlw.Apply c7anoAD.C disr lime, In or out of city. References ,YoV have worked for yur. money, now let local banks.
streets. Refe exal ofe. Apply on ept. given. Address 100 N. Davis or It work for you. The shr Real tt Our specialty s city nd suburban property, farm, timber
twnIkFIN Soper shell pecans, 25c. 30- and WANTED-An experienced (ook to live phone 363. 7novlw Agency, 203. Palafox Street 10-Ju. tine lands.
p6* per pond In lota at ten pounds or on premises. Apply Southwest corner Are you Iettng S per cent. net for Let us handle your property. "W get results."
S with pr etc. moe. L C. her, Milton, Fla. 7novlw Blount street and 12th avenue. oct21t EASY SYSTEM of Shorthand learned in youmoe Inot don't net or
so u wit PH t Bo un jind t short time. Expert stenographer desires your money? f not. yu don't get all
SGarden st.. Be PalR ALE OR RENT-My hom fur- WANTED-Railway mail lerks: customs pupils for day or night lessons. Terms that omingto yOU.' We can place t
1. en arracos. a nld or ufuarnished, t. onsting of employees, ellrks at VWashlngtcn. Corn- reasonable. Address "R. L. H.," Care et. How much des It pay you laid up -A
w nr ragssa and iv Moe 30. New Cty Triact. Cor. th St. mencenent salary $00.00. No layoffs Journal. anov2w doing nothing ? Lealle E.Brooks, 112 ..
ant. d 14th Ave. (No. 1400 Lakeview Ave.), I Many examinations soon. 'reparation alfox.
S f or ilr eseU alt or the west half of the '.fr-". Write immediately. Franklin In- WANTED-Position an shipping clerk or lafox.
"and t th avenue. $10 block. Terms easy. Address J. C. Pebley. stitrte, 25. Rochester, N. Y. Snov-m* assistant stock or grocery clerk, or MONEY LOANED on ain k ls of REAL ESTATE
S-i aL luth 'aeruagoe $at'. o,. 215 Art ons St., El Paao. Texas. nov7tf salesman. Can accept at once. Address sonal property on short notice. ay=A
ot3s e4 Toffices, andf Sora Palafe. S at. F R- St- -- Paso.' WANTED-Every man, woman and child P. 0. Box 66. o 5nov2w* terms. suburban lets sold on easy pay- .
4oc,.g d. tO P xsit FOR SALEB--175 BruanwicPt-Balke bill- in Pensacola to know about the reat mets. ray .. W. Ro- 224-226 Brnt Building P
ld. table. practically new. at a sacri- closing out sale we are having in cloth- POSITION as manager. of naval stores
Ingce. Ahl y Jnu. E. Webb, Dollar Press- ing and general merchandise. E. Green- plant. Twenty years experience; best MONET IOANED, on rel estate sa
i N.I. gayle $20.. 0. l b. 6novlw blatt. 1.9 E. Intendencia St. 31octlm of references. Address D. B. Page, Fier- m l ri Irty in the city ofPR-
berlle. Smoder. 17.50. ala. Ala. -5nvim* sacola ona bort notice. Terms easy. 3.
S Wvlle Mor ne, $17.50. 7POiR AL-Several bead mules, all in WANTDr-Hustlers, ladies or gentlemen. T A E R tb Cos et
11 N. thavenue. $19.00. co workig condition. S6; and up. to canvas for useful household artkile. THE EAST HILL BARBER SHOP, Cor. PheM 11M.
S37$ omana. $. .0. Come early it you want a bargain. Gar- Quirk sellers. Good money. Apply 310 9th avenue and Wright street, solicits _-_____NOTICE OF R
22 ring, $1.0.0 field Ice Factory. novltf E. Government St. 4oct your patronage. Chitrea especially in-
301 W. Intedh avent ue, 8.0.- b ltds, high-grade paints, oils and build- WANTED--verybody to know that we for 3 years. I shFLORIDA be
.t a JOHN N. DAY.i ers' hardware. Saunders Mill Co., 29 E: REPRESENTATIVEK to solicit. exclu- are running on full time and turning out A Aold friends and many
SEOHast arden StAY. Garden stret. nvlf sively or side line, the Saloon. Drug first-class material for building, promptly. IA Yours for business. .M
Dispensary and Wholesale Liquor trade Your business solicited. Saunders Mill N ..
OR RE-yT-Five-room cottage *t 1010 OcJa barrel of rosin ehips- for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran- Co., 29 E. Garden St. novltf I Enos Mills, of the U.
FrOR RENT--Five-room cottage at BeB00 for 1 &qu and good fire. Phone teed under the Pure Food Laws and
East Cervantes. B ath and gas. Rent 9 C. CCvington. 20 E. Brainard St. adopted by the . Government frHos- WANTED--To gite u a chance at the APALACH1COLA. j Ie, wil t upo
23 15E0permvantes. Ph hon water49. Snovlw*ly lnovlm* pital purposes. An easy seller. Write great bargain in clothing and general plied to Plorida. T
quick for prices. territory, etc. Box .4. merchandise now being given in our FULLER HIOTEAL. Apalach hola. Oldet
S R -New cottage. rooms, hal OR SA -Nice family horse and run- Covlngton, Ketucky. 2octlm* closing out sale. E. Grcenblatt, 139 E. established hotel in city; free baths, officers ill tae place
and bath. Call 17 E. Stro. l about for sale cheap, at the Pensa-ola Intendencla street. 31ectlm best service. Rates $1.50 and $2.00. Speo- evening.
Water and- as. Phone 1158. noCit Livery Stables. novlt lal rates by week. S. Jenkins. Prop. l1j State Federation to Assem- Tne Florida club
t ad a. Phe Snovlw* WANTED-Old hats to remodel and new State. T o club bok h
RNT-room cottageFOR SALE-On account of leaving the LOST. ones to make to order. Dreasmaking -, J Pat o. bath. gas an mshineeibl att. 3 ... Schwartz. 15 East LoRua St. 3octlm NSACOLA ELECTRIC bl a Live- Oak on No- collected by the Ge
Water. J. Emmet Wolfe. 918 N. Palafox. Intendencia St. 31otlm LOST-On Wedn.sday, Nov. 4. near
4novlw* 31tlu LOST-On WednesdayNov. 4. nearState secretary for e
.,Hrent's. a ymnig female setter dog. WANTED-All kinds of second-hand vember 17.
MR FOR SALE OR RENT-ambreeze cottage l-mon ars and two Iniar t spoemts COMPANYend bieng them to us; shipnnial held t Bot
Eon Santa Roa sound. Good outbuild- of spine. Answers to name of "laby us. Telephone us: write to us. Corner will be sent to the
_-try (Ndteih Ni*.g -- 1 lins and about 19- acres land. extending Lo .- ..00 reward for return to my Garden and Alcaniz streets. lephone Pensacola-Fort E~rrancas Schedule. the state ,members m
a dwrth Hl. 10 ftrm Pensacola bay to Santa Ros Sound. Stue. ur. Rornan and Tarragona St. No. 334. F. S. Melen & Co. Sept WINTER DAILY SHEDLUE. wh
ee .........d.i..............$70...G0. 7 Harry W. Gibbs, 27 S. Palates St. N:t worth the price, but I want hier. D. Effective Thursday. October 1, 190. The club women of Florida, wheth as an evence o wa
-Story dwelling. North Gui.le- 2aug J. Cunningham. 12nov WANTED--A buyer for 1 lots n one Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Barrancas. e tney are able or not to be preset the clb women
rd, 12 rooms .....................0S.0 btyblocuk, and house with 5 lots on Easthcll.".. .. ...
-stZ dwelling. Nerth Palateox 350 iMEN'S SUITS to go at $4..0:. values LO ST-People's Bank rheick lioK. con- J. N. Andrews. 7 _Palaotx St 2spttf I : 30 a. m ................... : f a. m. a the -oirveation of the Federation
S a fls _............................ 45-0 fr*m $10 to $20.: 3 boys' $S and $i tultinig tw, h-ks. on, -awn 1, Lind- -- -- -- .- --- 7:13 a m ...... .: S:OO a. to b(3 held on t3ie 17th. lath andU 19th lel state
.(W. .t d.) suits to go at $1.3s. iMu t ,.at,- evy Inltb.-r <'0... Pollard. Ala.. fort $1 and WANTED-T1ur orders for fresh meat 00 a m ................... :45 a. of himo at ar atlv
North Barcelona. 8 rooms 15.00 January let. E. *Greeablatt, 139 : In- odd -cents. Another for $2.00t. Find-r r.- and vegetables. Delivered any part of 845 a. m .................... :30 a . inlrest d in thLive nt are reat a tat o
No. 50 West Garden,. rooms .... 25.00 tendencia St :!lotliu t, n for reward to W. A. DAlemher.-*'s city. Busey's Meat Market, 1007 East 9:30 a. n ................... :1. a. inm. n he even. a
N 317 North Barcelona. reems 25.00 Lrts Store linovit Strong. Phone 1158. 18sept 10:1 a m ................... a. m -h, Fderation is composed of the alshed by te PeMeol
No. I1 West Garden. 7 reoms .... 2t.0 ONE .AND .T O-YEAR-OLD .Grape 11:5 a. i......................11:0 a. m. esta cb hrmn fcmit ao
No. 2 t Intendewat, 7 rooms 2.00 vines, Peh Tree etc. Address Jas. LOST -Four months old pointer., liver WANTED-Your shoe to repair while 11:40 a. ...................12:3 a. m. state clubs-thiry in a-and itof- Pensacela Lad co
No. i8 et oma, rooms .. 12. Blenaly, ahlVineyard. Contonment. an white answering to name f leo. you watt. Hal soled i 15 minutes. 12: a ................... 1:1 p. m and chairmen of committees ilman, 1 and other
4 t R ana. 4roms... 10.6 F, or to Clyde Bloneley, Union Reward if returned to 11( E. Cervantes Sam Charles. 511 South Palatox street. p m. e chosen fro the tate clubs, and 1 n
].g-jroom dw?41 i wnat i e 10.09 Trad. ing tore. 25oatim* or phone 112. 10pnovlWI Phoes 514 nd 142. lr ...................: p m hs the at us ot 321 and
ti c t loiw'Pho.s p4. 2:0 p. m.....................2:45. p. m. in this way the federation guides the ot8 bcity
N 116 sost Romana. 10 rooms .. 30.00 FOR SALk-Ftnr i 10 acres, 10 miles WAT('H ('HAIN with Ma.nit ,.mhblen. WANTED--A. R. Blanguam wants your 2:4. m....................... a:30 p. m. work o the clubs. A club belonging e
N. 7.21 North 8th Avenue. 5 rooms 2.00 from Penacole. Price $1500. Address 5.0" reward for return to P. F. Ehlers. moving and hauling. He guarantee al :15 p. m. ...........Sat. only 5:1 to the state federation has far more Net Her An
No. 41 mt Gregory. rooms ... 18.00 H., P. 0. Box 782, Pensacola, Fla. Randaster, Pensacola Navy Yard. breakage. Frniture packed for shp- 5:0 p m. Sat on. .. p. m. power to work wi than ne ot fed- ir Pom y- say,
No. 2813 East Intendencla.rooms .. 13.00 p 22octlnet.00pin. a:45 p n. 630 p m. 7:00 p.. m. rated. s gains are doubly enlarg- g e let sof
Ne. 516 East Wright. 6 rooms .... 12.50 FOR SAI---One Fay-Sheales Typewriter. l.OST--Overcoat. betwo.en my offl.e and "7:00 -. 0 in. 7.0 P. mp. rnd at d many privegan secured for g Blaggs--Bess yer 'ear
M rn1- ....--_X:W p. n. 7.1N p .r. 9.00 p. n1. 8:"() p. m.
tre OCit and Hals in all part, paractk*ay Uew. A s Box A. A., reulding on the Hard Road. reward 9:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. :4 p. m. 9:30 p. m. its members that do not belong to they aita't line; the
Ste Aecnts Blount ulding Pents acola, c a 10ot for rtudin to my oHic. promptly. Rw HOTELS. 100:0 p. m. 8:45 p. m. 9:30 p. p. m. clubs outside the federation, and best dren's.-Ally Sloper.
HA Nt a WAT u wIldng. O SAL-rimbed lands in large o Radliffe. 8nolw 11 p.m. 9:30 p. m. 10:15 p. m.l1:30 p. m. of all its keeps a club up to date. not
IIOOT N & WATON small tracts. Southern Real Estate and LOST-Pair eyveglasses with gold nose BRIG4S" HOUSE. East Wright street. 300 1:00 mi. 11:30 In. only in the good work women are do- Proper EnteMrta
*"THEK IgNTA AGENTS." Investment Co.. Flonaten. Ala. oct3tf spring and small gold .chain attached feet west of Union depot. Pensacola. The 7:13 a m. train from Pensa.-ola will ing all over the country, but it keeps To m.y-Ma, may I
Call and inspect Our LIte. Phone 4. LAUNCH.:2% feet long. 44-inc.h b.eam. 7 wOd fr return to Mrs. W. Hagerman. neoy by t waking their meals at rtau- rn as a oa tra hereafter Th 5:1 a club from becoming lazy. careless lieve tht I'm enter
fR RENT-Large brick warehouse on P. engine. Speed a hout 10 miles per CoP dialafox and L[eSoto Sts. 8novlw rants, while spending a few days il o, -ptnSatua whenma oa or falling into social or mard clubs ltle boyi Ma-Certai
Railroad street. Apply to Jas. McHugh. hour. Agly A A. Wrihton. 6 W. Ro -city on business, will find a. good ac- .ar will leave Rig Bayou at 5:20 p. mn. In fact. it is a recommendation that. my-All right: gimme
1nov mana street sept30tf IA)ST- Mone- by not seeing The Saun- conmodatlons at the Rriggs iouse as any T!:. Pensac-la-Big Bayou local will be ever. gathering of women ought to him, thea.-Philadelph
OL DRiers Mill Comrpany before Durchasing house in the cit,. All outside nvms and discontinued. except on Saturday after- e proud of having, because no club
toOR RENT--Store building on S. W OLD NEWSPAPERS trer te at this of- material in the builders supply line. "-- furnished. Rates only s5- a day. noonse except on saturday after- rod of having, because o club
Corner Zarragossa and Raylen streets ice Kt re cets a bund4e. F. Garden St. novltf Low rates made to sober, desirabl. peo- Local fright laves PensAc-la at can belong to tJe federation without iwtW -
SppiW McMIean M.,clure., 9 W. Inten- p.,r STRAYID[OR STOI n 1(pie be the week n.v-w* 7:1-.1 a.n, a showing of earnest work for the AR
S Pone octmonth-old white and liver pointer. Old newspapers are useful at all tim :30 OOp. n.d of all.
S-******0 ************ named Sport. and inne 6-mno th-old white- either toin the store or In the home. The Through freight leaves Pensacola at Held at Live Oak.
LIre. 0 *with,-leiino-ears setter nan.d Sam. Lib- Journal sells them at ave cents per bundle 1:15 p. m. The coming convention will be held _-_-1
ebLuna Strt ................... LIVE STOCK eral reward for return to W. C Barrt- They are aeatly tied and convenient to b itt of Oa
-09 E. Intenden-ia Stret ............. $ .S ; POULTRY *. neau. R. F. D.. Cottage 1ilL. Fla. 3loctlm 3rtry. SUNDAY'SCHEDULE. at busy little town ofive PENSACOLA COTT
10 Ht. Tarragona Street ..........1o.nI AND POULTRY n st -.avesPensa-o&a at 7: a. ni.: halt way on the road between Talla- The foUwln report i
320 S. Tarragon Street ..........$1i 2..l .--- WINTER RESORT-The "Old Miill" Inn. second a-r at 8:00 .a i.. and from that hass .ee and Jacksonville, and the Wo- for The Journal h' Ma
('oAr, ,ar,,ln aed lnt.edenc.. ,',,.,,, I BOARD AND ROOMSo n bay shore, 10 minutes ri e a rmtt h0 cr ot. ttn wmr da aduln tI, bt an club o nidet Oak. Mrs. Imen
i .R a rt.....$. .*** *****lt** BOARD AND winterR Octr1iot '. All mnde-rn A conv,-iene-. ot)sXd." e'.pt a *-t will leave Forth
.tore near Palafo x Str-et ,. Address Miss Lillte Taylor, "Old Mill" Barrantas at 3:00 p. m instead of ,:10 p. rsdlid..
oaToi l.A. SLNNY ROOMS, well fur- Inn, Pensacola. Fla. Phone 383. 2sept u* hostess club. Middling-........-......
ading Houseu .- EGGS are 4gs. is eff,- ti .. .nithd fr light housekeeping. 616 E. Freight car will nmakc but one trip, On he evening of November 17th a Strict low mdlig ....
tonal Hotel. 18 rooms .........$6.00 F. S. MELLEN & CO.. Phone No 334. .Gads,, ,. tet lnovlw LOST-A gd eportnty o rent or ex- leaving Pensacola iat '9. a. m. rece option will be tendered by the Live NAVA
Cor. ntsh Avenue nd 3th street..$1g.$ EtGS POR SETTING -From P r- Rr.d T r- cbu-.(,s... !e se or l what yeu have ua leas WEST HILL SCHEDULE. Oak clltb to officers, delegates and Savannah, 3a:. Ne.
141 N. 8th Avenue ..............$10.00 Black Minora. Northiups Stran ,. ;:,,o ik, ,n.i ,,gas anri d phone No. 3 it i Th Journa' want l Pass.,,,;r wishing tw, go to Wea-t 11111; visiTing women of the State Federa- ar* the naval Utuse qa
. 180 N. Palatefox Street ............$15.00 Barred Roc-ks. 'The- Rins',-r B. H- ie '-est C'ha.e St. 6novP will tak.- North Hill 'ra and transfer to tiVtW :......
1107 East ervantes ........l......$100 Park Paltrtir Yard.. 14tl andrid 2th .1. ', EVERY HOTEL in West Florida and West Hi!l ar at l.a and Devil!irer W ...... .........
0 North Reus Street ............15:00 P 0 Box a.,,. W. T. Tiacy.. 7inov ~FR RNT -large fitrnish.d front room. South Alabama should carry a small ad streets. ex.-pt every w,.k day after 5 There willl be three important ad- N ..........*-.........
TS* W. arraossa Street .........0.0* -_______as an bath h.,itki from Palat ox n this column. The cost is only 1.50 p. i. a:,d .unday- ;:ftr :; pt n.. when dressed The first by Mrs. C. H. Ray M ...............*..
7 N. Rten Street ........ 1:...... -1.0 ...... ......,.lap r,-nt. .16 W. Case St. Mnovlw* month for four Ilines or less. H'Ust Hi' ,ars, wi:! rn t hro,,, Palafox nor oln "Club Woe' Work. ad K .***..*****....'" ..

17 N.Sa'.trong etre ............... - - .tri-t to 11 .4- postont.t. aA :o WO s \\ t t 1ol. n f o-f l i'no l sr ol Flrd as: a t ............"."..P
1211 ervantes Street.........12.. EDUCATIONAL. FOR T--iv rnisird rosr -- PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY. ffec n Future of Florda a a H...............
I5th Avenue and 13th Street ... .512.50 ___ rent. 17 N-th Palafo. AnovlwA ALBA II WARREN. Mgr. Stato." ..
133 9 I. Strng Street .............32.50 FULL CONSERVATORT COURSE. Nor- NA MISCELLANEOUS. Mre. .......c..."
$13 E. Internde-la Street .........$2o.*. nl metod. Tlheorvy. Ham.n, F. td- FOR RIENT--Tw,, ni ely furnished room. ---- Then on the 19t. Mrs. Florence BU ...............
13 E. Government Street.........A.00 9 I11S.attudents qual"fiend fr taL hi L. 1i -, tam4 v ,l -to htusines center. NORTH HILL GREe ERY-FIow.r for Mobile & Gulf Steamship Co., e o the cons ers League o prt Turpetne, t
301 Strog Street .......... Ee aware. ne67Ialem Westonctcson Cryanthmu. rr Mobile & Gulf Steamship C., N ew York it, will aress the con-
C r. Sth avenue and Jackson ti ost and Dsigns- I spt-talty ventionan on rdy i r.----
C- r. 10th avenue aind JcsonSt lSweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. ot27tf In connection with the Atlanta a StA
Cor. 10th avenue d 1 St ..... MISS BAR M of will reei FOR REN-Funihed or unfurnished P s Baln St o connection with the Atlanta St. FOR RN-Furnihed or unfurnished Mr.
targe t10-room haors -on bay shore puptis in voice .ulturn- and ilii.,-r< front rtom, southern and eastern ex- CUT FLOWERS-Orders tak--n for all o, Andrews Bay Railway steamship Mantee,. - --- -
Si Fhrviewithlectric lights bath. in lano study. 3 North Spring Stre. pur. ph and ba:h. to desirable, casions, parthulirl for weddings and freight and passenger service between .
lot and cold water: can be rented fur- Phene 601. 1 rin* ty.-,North Hill. Private family-.. Ad-- fnerals. Miss Leila C. ReeS4.. 518 N.1 Mobile. Pensacola. Panama City, St. An- U
ished or unturuishem. servant houses RA .ess BO\ 574. 1tug anl. h 2 RMobile.Pensacola.PanamaCity.SAn-S11
I.nyard;2 blocks from car line. MR. WtILLIAM PACKHAM. Mu'. ... %-4 ug'laYlen. Phone ")1=. 2ot drew&. Millville and all points on St. An- A AT
'ffi ces- orga and ehoirmaster nf ,iris lFOR RR NT--LnOfoL abl' furnished room IF OU 0 'ANTED a nie barrage and drews Bay. making connections with A.
or. mna and Palafox t*.. two 1-Churr'b, te abs the Piano (Stuttgsadt w ith a- and- bati.. one b.ock from Pal- match horses for a we..dInortoga. t
C.n PGa- systems. singing (open throat Ita:ian fx street. 110W .Cha St. IOct* calling where would yOugo ge to he St. A. B. Ry. train*sPanama City, Tues-
The Fisher Real Estate Method). g and thery( in;udn O WLY furnish w Pensacola Livery Stable, or ringt days and Thursdays. Pensacola, Mary er and g al
orchestration-) P. O. Address, Pensa,el..TWO -,,LT rurnished roms. wtn Phone 39.Fo"inl....fre
Agency. Ferida.. octlSlm ,' rtm attached. Apply 216 South or addItsonalt iearmation for freightrauld. s ies d
8THE RENT COLECTORS." Alcanlt street. llsoctlm A. H. MCLEOD, & CO., .makers-Can- a.L pply t .eaves laading H- aely a
o .Fva from 14-inch to %-inch. of ai P n idaq at7e
RO O RENT-ertra..y located. weightsLr1su g o Bell Phone 1250. at Harria, y r. C w.
GBoodneighborhood, 1 F i.arden St.- 'e, Coots 1m25 ingClsw etcP.n 1d0
3IT MAER NO DIPERENCE what PERSONAL. 1 "nehbo ood 18 G-.Tents. o H ammok etc., always in Destin and B .
soe l es or found., or what you have stock. Sou P. a SIDNEY KAHN Agent hurs eave su a
agr sole ^want to buy or exchange; it SWITCHES MADE. $1.50: 8 puff-. $1.3t: FIRST-CLASS BOA.RD AXND ROOM: M CHANTS TA ,ER CO Th R Pensacola 1 a. ar
lme rorc whether you want to rats 25 and W50. from your own inhm- Also rooms. fo' light hosekeep.-g at Tbersen. Prop. a ts all kinds of Passenger and fret srvic.
.w wema~t a ob. The Jour- ~ings or human hair furnished 1-aura Fistirv-iie on the bea.h. Terms reason-; mongW and hauling. 3rniture packed For rat a Withi a -
a eaiet quick-.Whorlv. .03 N. av, ..inrner, .. I &ablt. Mrs. C J .Allen. Phone lg. for shigment. frnitwi stored. Office Conrctornr Ladn 71m
ita Phone 1335. 3lcm* octl** l tl, 7. Deotl..on Tm... net Subscribe for The Journal. P P M. a T m
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.- e ce we ether i ae se. Service by Depart- Falling Off in His
SB -- A&--- b7lamnotf tioeMe arne tlyubutsudy. --,
mIMLLa GIy toiM l l e m a adpuarifeh t ezelation. mid mtt. .Followng.u n Ie
fcy It to oke mci, the im to apily overcome the B-
u 0 %latu to break oat later. but Special to Tin JournaL A special from Chicago says: oThe ml
0m- hd e to m atr t Washington. Nov. 1-The follow- socialists' vote in Tuesdayos election
Slrlifr' i tea irestt lad mis fWeor WCostaginous g orders have been announced by showed a great falling off from the "-
gM Vfrr. g1 with ygiga*>. an dinbr. the navy department: record i 1904 in the three. principal DON
S feta wr Captains-H. T. Mayo, commission cities of the country in which social- let yourself to be miserable.
-. WIT O AtTA, GA. announced. ism is strongest. Why suer from severe head-
Si:pn Comjankders-W. C. Herbert., Chicago socialists, who polled 45,- a hbe fe nting a l
-.J.4 .. .1- -4, .e s tousterA. Bis.itam A Rast co loss and be r f our --er-
A. Bispiiam, A. Rust, oMmRIPiOUSS000 votes in 1904, were given less needs attention. Hermhi
SMabela No ship, Backer, 1632, announced; J. A. Hooee o red than 19,000 votes in the police retu the great liver tor.
Aberdeen to oia er. to naval station,rOloo.gapoaP. I. n thannd,000 voesandthe lso licertp. hgatl er1D
BarI Lieutenant Commnders-W. T. Cinciati and Cleveland, also liste
Ocean, Ras bk., riksen. 1239. Rio Cluverius, commission announced as tng socialist centers, polled a
Janeiro to A. Zellus. Lieutennts-F. V. McNair detach- gea Si, ember of the amL v er.Ai-

hRemo str an1 N orb, A k.rupl15 0,S t ed du le a e o eps ..M s os
a Anatonimaster.od.etlhdaalstti,242.Vnds, to a great extent. His words fainting spells. I received
Havana, to. mastebk Johson, 1406. and ordered t ntne ut o th caused many thousand semi-ocial- norelie until tried Herhine.
Sb JosoMohican and Monadnock J. D. Wil- ists of radical views to vote for Mr. and was completely cured. I
i eli Ital bk, Rittore son detached the Tennee ad or- Brya, and also frightened many con- uae it always."
14 i]e-os to ter- bk, Rattore, deAto t-e-SoAe. DA e r labor men intovoting for PoC= sac_-
Not a lOc iar fr Sc ut Solace and ordered e rennessee; The total vote for Debs, it is esti- BDUlard SMw Uaiment C.
,Ne h, eot a 10c cigarfor 5c, but S Pl R detached the Alab matedwill not exceed 500.000, in U. 00 ESnaouL.
Sct and a c cigar for c. That's and ordered to the Dolphin; J. on place of the 1,000000whic was pre-
te t AIe g enoug Tdhe El i e rv torpedo d otHa4 Charbles- 'oehe New York sta te tor r Debs,
=T f r. Sseale at I mpe rial C a Mrshit nn-W I. o or er Te ss t vote in 1904 was h5.b. Itn Sold atfhe Rse e by
e tor etonaval ac ademy for examiation greater Nw York Des poed a to- W. A. -DAT.yMChaRTE
for promotion. tal voteof 25,31, a gai n of only 847 .e a "ssetanApenbsea _,
The echemr Ie*waslauch lSurgeons- O D. Norton detached over 1904. ItRY 11 rfe -r-et 1FIR
e T e er L y H. w as unch- marith recruiting station, New York. In California toe returns indicate
t4 yesterday after Reetlaa var ever- nand ordered to naval recruiting sta- that the combined vote for Debs aid
hauling on the dry docks between 111 UU tion, New York; E. S. Bogert, Jr., Hisgen will not equal the vote of SECRET SOcLhI-EIS.
Baylowsard.Barcele st ~arreet whe ete detaiaed navy recruiting station. New D.bsHIn 1904.
Bal e s* Bolaastreer wh arves. Th l, to. . -rc0crt s The sust cast 20,000 vote in VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
..rt tr ,anordThe burea h, t -i, rin, .. ,,t,,- l Volunteer Veteran Ftiremen's Assoda-
CaT rivterM wl sa atan6 tg wton disNro fromk treHBuatment sNevada gave Debs 27 votes, whilo tions meets at Knights of Columbus
.morstnng W l reepo o lther grated three m ont m treatment Kansas shows a slight increase over Hall te first Priday in cac ra month
paints. Th Capt. Writs discharged Paymasters-F. R. Holt. K. C. t ago. Ut will give D'b at 7:S0 p. m.
barrels osaval stores at the Jef- Gudger. J. A. B. Smith. Jr., comais- about 3.000 a falling off o over 2,000; J .N. ANDREWS,
ierson street whaf yesterday. salons announced. as compared with 1904. Wiscofnin, ABE DANIELS. President.
La est *Band Saw Ever Passed Assistant Parmasters-L. wth incomplete returns, shows a Secretary.
The inck Isabella will rail for the N. Wertenbaker ordered to duty as t increase for Deb DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH.
snapper beaks today. Made Is Said to Be 65 assistant to the general storekeeper, New England, outside of Connecti- Naomi Lodge to. 10 Daughters of
*,Norfolk yard; Rt. B. Lpton ordered cut, gave Delbs i13.786 votes. Massa- Rebekah meets eve enda nht at
The Daish Meamhip Clubria sa-. to the' Mobican; H. H. Akire com. chusetts cast 10,317 of that number. Soclockat 0. F. ha presiding
Feet ian Lw th.y mission aion ced. rNw Hampshire gave hime 79; Rhode sister*cordially InvIted to be present.
Ld yesterday. e mission announced. New Hampshire gave him S,. Rhode REBECCA JOHNSON. N. G.
* Assistant Paymasters-E. H. Van Island. 1,205; Maine 1,295. There was POLLY DARLINGTON.
The ateo arrtredTe yelgtecay andt N erdr eoul es Patten ordered to na7al station, o Debs ticket in Vermont. secretary.
anorning fra St. Andrews a left Mechanics. It is 20 inches wide. 65 Orongapo. P. I. to settle accounts. An Exception to the Rule. -
so the return trip last night.^ tAss ans. hat an 11 gauge wit Asstant Naval Constructor-A. "It Is an Invariable fact.' said the
Sspa"" ced 3 inch es apart.rin d ell G nrC. e.ia wh P professor eat -heClub.that the sense IR E C T O R Y
The sichanaer Ma"Oft dishr8ed A A J nese monument in Virginia 'Cief rom Ftreame whrnt of sight travels more rapidly than the
165 barrels of naval stores yesterday bea annscription a two languages slharg moth v r teatment granted wo a bout d. Your will obse rve s ir.
at Jeffera street Aarf. The steam- -JP"wnese and English. It w is rthrent m acbt nists- .a that wen by of ordace is fird
er Rolle0ed 120 barrels at the erected at the expee of the Japanese Warant Macinists-J. L. King rom a fortress or a man-o'-war. you. PROFESSIONAL.
*a wr. g t government as a memorial to a c retired: G. W. Byrne and A. aw-ee the puff of smoke that comes
r t and ns p co _mirt omr ad npectr in the bureau meand r anted one mnts ler coincidently wit -the explosion sver Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
McCaskrUls tuweatine still at Free- or se Japanes tobacco monopoly, hom 1 al moments before you hear the re- Dentist.
Sandord treo to cts tationed at Rich port thereof. Thus It Is always- -ar Moderate
y- I .. h r ed awhile sta oned at Rich, t-dCHaaetsodstith & ta n Moe-eraatde.D Wcs
y- WVM 6 111111d In 5SU oU d several yees a e. nNal ital. Mare lad; 3. Wr always." said little Todcers office, Masonic Ildg, Next to De. Welch's
?faMi ta r natte still Con.4ned A picture of one of the largest gas naval r oepital Mare and;J" W. fm the corner, .I know of a case
to Wthst -as, loade tee stant t sIn te. rld appears in ?l ? Clark ordered to the Wabash. where hearing .utedates seeing by T. G. YATES. M. D.
Sr t. re .- Do' No r of a tlaee.ds aCoa pany. ,realbj cjqpsiedWe lapses of time." Optican.
St taa 4-.ina rinr. 26e feet in the north of Englad' where "I kiw of no iquch thing in the 410 Blount Building.
Vestd. .Sr n Wha, for ,Bre- high tndhas a capacity of 5,000,000 bit-ur is a e a porho, ho br d rangeof science," retort- r nasg,, s Eye
anLr ctuk t A f7smUae b alacttoa n bic feet woul eniol- aind dogs often win large ed tbhv professor. pompously. -Per-- ..r--
Ss Sayc f h. Thmerhe are aout doublee deckhmo- prizes: consequently, the owners of haps you can ellyten us. sir!" DR. J. B. TILLEL
ISO red -Ws cotto l eWa baesc cot tor onilbuses In operation in New these animals bestow much attention "Well," said Todgers, "it's the caseD .NTT
Slut York at present. ot them. An old Yorkshire collier of an Eniglishtan and a joke. In al- DENTIST.
IlT r VSSSL. INM PORT. A* device which larces water down well known for his success i the most every casethe Kaglishman hears 310 *lount ulldine Phone as.
to the roots of plants is said to pro- coursing field. recently surprised all a J ok about a week before he sees
Bflkstra, DBr g. Golborne, 2916, for duce wonderful improvement in the his friends by marrying a very napre- It, a d-"
Rio~ .4aiwl to oQut Trasait Co. Caps. possessing woman, says Pearson's But y The Profebsor had gone. and Dr. Jno. B. Tiller
as. co, Frenacih *s., Leteset The possibility of aeroplanes some Weekly. they say that nowadays when he sees
144, Oasrd to Gu lf Teasit Co. tin.e releatinga battleships to th2 "Why hast thou got spliced lad. t Todgers he shies off like a frisky Has recovered and will resume practice
Br. m arkstos, Rio Jaaiero to scrap haosable discussed in a re- thy age?" one of his friends asked horse inthe presence of a motor car.- during regular office hours at 310 Biount
Gulf Traulf Co. comt magazine article. him. H Harwers Weekly. Building.
ESs er, ar. s. erelse. 1919 The latest electrlti na velty is an "Oh, that's not much of a tale," 1-
asnton to the Keyser-MuMes Co. apparatus ter restoring the famou- swered the old man. "I agree wl' ye ,o-eam *. s IM e
Cimbria. I15s as, P5ule,18U, Tam painting of old masters. 'at Betsy yonder is no beauty; If she 0" ref," Q@Wetyknewufori CREW NOTICE.
pice to Gullf Tqu A cruel coursing wheel in which had been I shouldA't have wed -her. noIr onsigt. (if til etn. oritsl,
Holliaglde, Wr M. WIlliams. 1713. bfll'dog are ralned to fight is de But that there dog o' mine. he was agm3a4ld MUdtrnoW. tsa mhnip arkton. will bhe
Da.r to South Atlantic Steaship oribed with illustrations in a recent simply pining for some one to look reSpontihle for dhts, ontir, .t-
magazine story. after him while I was away at the pit Work and Then Some. ed by the crew of .aid ve-sei.
VBeuN Br s, Goeewln, 22569, Belie rsah Knecker I couldn't bear to leave him in tMe "I would like," said the gentlemanly GULF TRANSIT A. OLRORtain
to uls Tra t Co. J C GAS ReS vle Nr C house by hissen, so I hit on the idea agent, to call yourT attention to a TRANSIT .pa
ViviGn. Span G Arroteo, 1o fs 's Areia Salve C. marrying Betsy. She's not tha. little work which I have here." "Well.
Liverpool, t Gulf Transit Co. ureenough knocker r^ rs. As some, but she's mighty good oa y l me callkyour attention*to a whole
Niobe., It! shIp, esso, 1482, Moote- thatwoeul myve knoka it ou plied the man at the desk. Having FRESH OYSTERS
video to Rosase. Brs.s From Aakonesh. e ice aboity to appreciate a quick come- d T
Maorca, Nor ship. Armesen, 990. a f Guaranteed for pnir The tlpial young lady from Arkas- hack, the gentlesmuly agent caught Every day. The Escambia
Buttes Ayres to A. Zellas. C etc. 25e. t all druggists. Cah ch tobco tha a wn.-Chicago Rec- oyster Depot has moved to
Story and Van, the zylo- She'll take a little drink, 112_ - 11 South Palafox St., Phone
^- ^ *A^nd saw more wood than her pa ear 1210.n

- We Florida and Alabama -

so good that the next ryg Medidae Advecls-

Was Captain in Confederate best, and even new ones, eir Ti Paper For Sale

Army and.Commander of t CRRYRAL PH ACY J.E
Army andCo ander of seems second-class.
A special froni Muskoee, Okla. Tas sDiffer
says: Capt. W. M. Gentry died at cal Advertismmlnts.
hia home n ear Council Hi:, today at Most every man ks E pr ..m
the age of 76 years. He was one of his clothes different in Empire Laund Co., er MASTR'S SALE.
tCae most interesting personalities in l t founder and bys virtue of a ado.t ri f!
the Creek nation. A Catawba Indian ttern as well as in CUt, .frece'net Wolfe. Jsaldg f -, tir nit
by blood. he came to Indian Terri- from other men. "Wm Lha Lat' rt of Fcanbia ('o a. on
tory long before the civil war. He r n.he 26th day of June. A. i-o. in the
was one of fave persons not of Creek The great v ety Phone up 322. and Mar i A 'ob hi. ito, % i. on
blood who were adopted by the Creek han T pattc some c oin Monday. the i.'h day ,-1'-:,er. A .
tribe. His adoption was by a special 1 m. se!l at putlib. a .WI'on to th. h .-st A
act of the tribal coalcl and at the our Fall woolens as well and hitrhest bidder htfore te countyy
Court fion m door In the (it t of Prnsa-
time of his death and for o.any year.; s O col, pieorcoles amba County. Fida. d;-irln
prior e had been a member of the our super tailoring the aleg urs of sale. the f wng de-
Creek council. will appeal to a ra VtI-,i r- scribed real "taoe. uttuate. ivg and
-He withdistinpon as cap-tr being in the City of P-enpaola. .Escambia
-He se oe with distine ario as ca majority of better Cunty, Florid,. to-wit: Lots fifteen (1').
taln in tae Coederate army az! m ortysixtee4n u|1,. and th w, et half (W%), of
when be died was the brigadier gen- ed men. Electrical fixtures, desk lights, lot fourteen (140. in BMeo-k twelv- (12). of FI1
*oy--- r-- ral e( the Oreek and Seininole bri- tel nasthe New City Tract, according to m1ap of
gtaio raie gade. of oaederate veterans. He Fall Suits, NO CONTRACT TOO LAROf y_-wa.t tnrUe Pd by Tbomias
Swas a thlrty-secnd degree Mason, an NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL. Also the followigW d4.seribd real estate LIP
, *a i, a -^- 'ardent Odd felow, and g ve his en- Talored t T situate in tie County of Santa Rosa,
l s petim allotmet a 160 c&ras to the I. I E W PEAKE t'ateofFleid'a w and described -
0s. 0. F. home for orphans and $w2d- 0 aTOte $50 IW .' a "tMnaetDel ar G.-ant." being
ew of Odd fellows at Checotah in P$0em O $M and N& Seetjpn ten (10) In Township one (1) SC
A.- CZL a Co order to have the inati.t a built SnUth, -f Ptarre twenty--.g.(t (:# \Iest.
inm < th-hemiade a m.... .-il. m wcontatni iaU huisdred aid flfty-one and
S oe ak y othr I-am. he made a one-blt (flt.%) arew. more or less.
aTeMo iWe- failure of the mercanatfe business of E -" l TWatLr wfth the tenmrents, her_,dita-
N. m&XMMW Y ears late years, beea te o o lack of under- Ca x r A appurtna.ew ther.-unto be- te
S-..'.FI.S... staying of modern b.usess meth-s Fine fo aUxp a rit o -
ods.-- -tL ) WYPad.OG][ W'. fromtad. 1xmpien and right of home-
During the old Indian's trading day'v 9ANILK A PHO GR HS.Deeds at cost of purchaser.
ewas weaalthy. pe-N Js__W___'Cvoeww t.IW_
,Kuiv, Pwi. Special Master. C


24 and 27 E. Garden Street.





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


First National Bank

of Pensacola, Florida.
Designated Depository of the United States
W. M. Knowles, Premident. W. K. NyWe, J., V1es-Preodsent ad CaSIMm
Thoes. W. Brent. Aamat. Casnier. W. N. Retberas. As. Casfter.
Direterw-F. C. srent. W. A. teount, W. H. Knowlee W. K. NHyr, Jr. and
Knowles Hyer.

Pensacola Bank & Trust Co. I


F. E 3rawner,
Oliver Jernegan, fr...
Ge. L. Lappingtan.
Lep Mayer,
T. A. Jennings,

Capital, $200,000.00
Vice-Presdent and Cahler

M. L. Roch,
Thee. F. West.
W. L. Meyer,
J. R. Shoemaker,
Carl H. Jwenagan.

J. R. Jennings,
W. C. DewNerry,
J. H. Pace,
J. A. Wright.


a o uiVt i) only re'ilrPe determlnatlon
andl a ift l- -ar,- If ,,rnpiett your SUceipM
in life. 1'la,'- a Jollar in or Savings De-
partmt-nt. willth sni iit months addod eack
week, ;and yl will .ooti form the savinS
*habit and ..stat.IiMh yourself and barv.
"niony in th<- hank." Try it.

Designated Depository of the United States.

C.S- W. T W.A1 m. E, O ark
Pr.sMint. iie-lPew. Cashier.

in*. Pfouff*?,
AAL Caffblgr.

J. W.


A General eMldg Eumelse Ceodmwoted *on aW emd Cemeeeav-ve

ae ape de'ee SefftedL. R. U. am.eI ushneaaebh.

. REBS. M. M. CART,. J. W. DORR. W. B. QtUMA.
Presideat. VIoe-PreiMent. Cbashr. A.sstanst Cw a.

[he Peoples National Bank of

w. A. D'AJUT1 J. S. & REE. W. Dec. WNtSr
General Bankig mugime Tremacted and Aceunts Selicited; Shipe' DiObae-
iMnu fiveW seedial Attention.

KNOWLES BROS. | Pensacola, St. Andrews a"l I Gulf Steamship Co.
W. C. ARROW. Masae.
The. WII"I% LaTd In&X jW IWL5MKi1l AM
P AsWU r 4w nw
232-29 Bet MSs- eBae" PS* L.A, CARRABS ST.
)UTHERN BRICK C 1 .a"'.M*.
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Readaa bel an e*g ess e s g*
Read The Journal's Want .MO .M sau- -
lumns this morning, 6; rVt.> Pa A.. -s3

Get Ready for the

Trhe well*-lighted home and store ar
Always the most attractive. Inverted
Single Gas Arc Lamps, applied to any
fixture, gives a beautiful clear white
light by which colors are distin-
guishable. Casts no shadow. Applied for
.$1.50 to any gas fixture.


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Le' Chip and Mary Marlbe.
The dior'm of *-His Honor thie
Swbio will be the eArtSUoa
Sheera house Monday ni st.
"IJttle Chip" and Mary Marble
S0 .itse mis s id at be one of the
at brightest features of the pro-
m diih. There are no old women in
Sie-ia* R ts a ohoMus of young,
Orgracetl girls who can dance
ajd ia. Better *till It is a chorus
IRbs does uetof tbe work nrhanaif.l-
I$. Rvery magber eaters lnte it wth
di t siad opAt. All of the eoNemble
S, f-ts ,a.- Ase and executed with
"Omtafy prnSeiaon. The Pony Ballet
5 conceded to be the very tbet and
r p.tterk on the stage today by evel

She The f FrWay Night.'
Cbarlea frohman's production of
.The Thi'. which will come to the
r ... .. ., .

Maf o *In is ener The Mayor
7 iaftuio=W=N tiry nnidt, IsIteo
.own emL To we-1The
Tw ,is ate euce to r4cogaise the
, etas i tg t ther and the excel-
aim" t-h esmt (bies oh-
le b v govMided for It preematatit.
Wrb with the U of te rstt
u rpMn 1 try and prosperity
of "Te Ief is anssuredL Subse-
i great the tuinre that Its Arst per-
-. o i a Paris created "The Thief"
han 4ef ptIted Ia eight other coun-
trine d I eacd hag wona o complete
and Ind iputasle tr mpk. ln New
York "The Thief' ran for tel moats
St the L-oeam Theaare. In oiondoa It
'- eNjoyed a soccesaful course of about
the same length. In Germany, Rus-
sia. 6san, Swede ad Anitralla, I
LAdltlom to Parts. it tIse r playing
nightly to Intersted theneands.
The cast of "The Thief" is a small
one-there are only seven characters
-but the 9ower of the play ites In the
ase the author has made of htis few
Characters. ae Io s a type of a class
cut highly individualized kind and ib-
solutely necessary to the logical de-
velepznemt of the novel plot.
The eaapany which will be seea
Pere was persaoaly selected'by Chas.
rohabas and he has peraenally direct-
.ed all heir rehearsals. The ca- of
*'Ie ThTief" l~ tles Charles Dafon,
Herbert Keicey and BMe Shannoa In
,the y ales ad d they are as-
S, AwUm la breatece. Leomard
S TMOand Ua Uith Blatr. of Mervard.
Brw eof Harvard, which the Shu-
oB n pw t as a stamtM vehicle
ter j a m" e-g at lpe a houst
em Sl l la t, Ti sWl to be the
ftweea the extraordtl-
it it-ic drama ft the
i t"t t b-t1 s parking
IM P to ih. nw hatt I taM all.
Mtale MiMMe ame of the- ne
a -ism- 40 C" em-
ea! Thbe re-ent
SOMt tt *. "TIh T rhef'.
I etei, is iltive proof

that there gGeOrs t late years. when
anxious to -e thrilled care liule for
the moving mob scenes and noise of
the over-dressed melodrama of t.he
last decade, while the steadily in-
cres.ed magnitude of stage pictures
In the latter-day musical show give
evidence as to the public's partiality
to elaborateness, when out for this
particular kind of cntertaln-ient.
While the dramatic action in Mr.
Young's vehicle involves out few char-
acters, the environment of his play
and the unconventional opportunitle.-
for musical ninibers. make it neces-
mary to carry a company balanced in
histrionic talent and "t-xtensive in lls
ensemble. Moreover, the members of
the cast in this case are not the ord,-
nary etihteen-per-w k chorus gir!
but twenty-two youthful college mei.
whose eetimhae of the vauine of their
physical beauty is much higher and

SOf the Muaieat Team of Story and
Van, appearing at the Orpheum.
';sltive. afluenced probably by tihe
opportunity of study- under an actor of
- Mr. Yonag's well known, clas-.ical
training, there were over two htmdre.i
applci t s for positions ohen Ihe crew
from which number were chosen nine
of the hbadsomest colleges Apollos
that ever graied a gymnasium.

The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary.
Presh from -her triumphs at the
Garden Theatre, New York. and the
Studebaker theatre. Chicago. May
Robson, the foremost character
actress In America. will he seen at the
opera house Thursday night. Nov. 19.
St 9:15 p. m., in the new American
comedy, "The Rejuvenation of Aunt
Mary." by Anne Warner. In draniaiz-
lag her own novel (which has made
M-iss Warner famous), she has left
out none of the comedy found in that
popular book. but has added more. and
In the role of "Aunt Mary". which
Miss Robson plays, she has given the
theatre-going public a character abso-
lutely unique and original. L.. S. Sire,
under whose management Miss Rob-
son Is starring, has surrounded her
with a strong company. In the stag-
ing of the production nothing has
been overlooked hby Mr. Sire. "The
Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary" will be-
found to be one of the best comedies
ever offered to a theatre-going public.
The Girl Question.
"T'he Time, the Place and the Girl"
with John E. Young In the principal:
pa-'t, has created many unique andI
extraordlaar.y records during the ,woe
years Mr. Young! has been playing i,.
but one of the most remarkable was
made in Ogden. Utah. the other da\
Lawt season "*The Time, the Place
and the Girl" played there on a Satur-
day iight to receipts of $1.T7.7. The
aedience was most enthusiastic and
as Sunday night was open for both
comlpRay ,d tbeetre. It was decided
da ~t & perfornasce to play again
$982 were the receipts.;
and while the Smlday performance,
w- in arem. a telegram was re-
ceid t tht the opera house. in:
which tlbe ~ aa y was to appear
MONday i4ght was then burrning and
a -*fouewce word be impossible.
Animi t of this was made to,
the audievice and a third Ogden !wei-
forameae arMagaed for Monday. when i
the rnceepts were $876. This in i;iself
conatituted a worst wonderhil recr.i
for a smalM one-night stand, and when
this year It ws found thnt the *on-
amy va nboolk-. to appear there on
the same night as Boffalo Hill's Wild
West. It was feared the receipts
would be small indeed, and effort-
were twede to change the dlate. Harry
Ash p. the general manager of the
Aakti4Istger C'.. refused to do No.
however, ad bis judgment wa- jtisu-
led. for the company pla. d to exact-
ly $1.111.00.

1OC LNRMTO eD wwn of Harvard.
STOMACH Since George Ade dramatized ae el-
S*l|ge tootbll ganme. it was inev-itable
That someone el*, should .see a like
PI BITTERg opportunity in other depiarta'ents of
scholastic ilfe and especially In under-

When it Comes to Young Men's

We are "h'we with the goods." Any well informi-
ed ran in Penmcola will tell you that.
There's not a style kink or detail in the cut or
tailoring in our Young Men's Suits omitted.
Fahiimable patterns and the all stable blacks anB
bluea, $15 to $S5.

and Main j
Ph... 297

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Corner Palafex
and Gov't.
Phtno 473



Shoes, Bluohers,

S- :.

They Are Wanted in Bostonl
as Witnesses Against
the Captain.

Plain, Lace and other styles, TAKEN INTO CUSTODY YESTER-
all $3.50 grades, new models, DAY AFTERNOON, AND BEING

splendid values, good sellers,
for to-day
$2.90 PAIR.


V ix titOmiers of the crew of the
I chooner Freddie W\. Alton, whose mas-
tR tEr Captain Harvey Daly. was arrested
Feet Furnishers For Folks. inoston Tuesday o the charge 0o
Peet Furnishers For Folks. on.4pira-y to suinggle Chinese, were
102 South Palafox St. taken into crusody yesterday after-
102 outh Palaox t. noon by I'nited States officers and
_, will he held as witnesses against t4e
master. The s.ix men arrested are all
grirduate f.thieti-j. The exicetd suii- who could be other- having
price. of this capital opportunity fell Fhipped on fishing vessels which are
to Rid: l,);'I. rtont You.g. whio.s" 'ia) now at sea.
"Brow:( of H arvnrd". :, drani..t7zation The i en gave their names as Pat
of the 'ol'.:te l.:a-t rac- :his time. and Thos. .1 Flaherty. Edward Brewer,
will he effer,-d hiy i::o Shuibetts at the Ino. A. Al~IeI-ough., William Landre-
op with Jlari-; Youni- in the itile role. laken l)before .1Indze Sheppard and he
The piece |purort: to t ak-. he. life oel dored i-ni lit hd under h nds of
Harvard '.iv r-iti and to set i' $2400 each. This '"he men were unable
down. cc(:ntild''r :tnd v'-a'-itiis beiore to tfirnisli. and '-xprez-sing a des-ire to
the foothlig-t a- mannerr not only toI li -ent to o -'ton. they will be taken
delight ('il ezi; ii. hi a'l- the aver.a-e theatre-goer vwilh an iStates noirs"h;l o;r one of his deputies.
:tgret able and engrossing et -i-rain;- The nin have claimed all along that
meat. when they .hippepl on the .Alion i'
How he!-esassful Mr.. Young has wa- with th0 uinderstandin- Lhat they
beIn in doi-ng thiis-in vitaltizing tih" we,, to go to i ,abrador for fish. anat
chj-racte.:itir itc(idie.ts of a grtcailt hy did not know any better trti;:
tmlversity into making a successful l hey ftund themselves off the coast of
play, i+; aie-ted by the loni 'runs in .Mexi(-c.
both New York an:d Chicago and to The trial of Capt. Daly will occur in
repeated ,ngaeewents in: all week Roston and for this reason the imen
stands. Th, story of nthe play I.- are to be taken to that city.
woven aowmu the affairs fortunes WiM Apply to Court.
of the college rowing excitentmcn of a great race, against an belled the Freddie Alton. which is
Englig-h eight as a stirring climax. now across the bay, and have retained
HRut although college spirit and youth- Sott N. Loftin To represent them.
finl e1i:l,-a*ifr. is rni-ri'snprel a. its 7They claim wages dulle them for the


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dominant note. the odva.ce sketch of pait two months, and yesterday after- to arrest Johnson if he could he found
the plot indicates't'hat the morals of noon their testimony was taken. Mr. and place him) in jail. .k,so not to re-
ter into it a .good deal more t.h2n the Intention to apply to the court for an been consulted regarding the amount
Harvard retrl:itiovi- ever intended order directing the vessel to be sold, of bond.
they should. ,art of the story striking as the owners do not show a disposi- et witness late vsteida th a week or
a tragic note to which none of the tion to come to Pensacola and straight- set tness let Pesacola a week or
other great college plays aspire. en out the affairs. The latest from ten days ago on a fishing schooner,
the owners, it is stated is that they and if so will probably return within
Vaudevolites. ,will not come to Pensacola or send a the course of wo or three weeks.
So uronoinisced have hW'em the hits representative. T. Cox there plea of guiltses.
made by Audrey Maple and Alfred A Paying Invetmnt to aggravated assault and was son-
Ka.pele;r in .les-e 1.. [ak-ky.s irodue- Mr. John White. of 38 Highland tenced to pay a fine of $125 and cost-
tiin of *The lve Wiltz," that he- Ave., H-ulton. Maine, says: "Have or serve one year at hard labor.
zi:nin-g wiih i* engagement of this been troubled with deough every win- Nelson Jordon wa.s convicted of as-
in aw York theek at Hamle faturedin ter and spring. st winter I tried sault and battery. but was not sen-
many advertised remedies, but the tenced. while Alex Montgomery. who
-,,t.,e I.. t:skvs nitst pretentious couph continued until I bought a 50c. pleaded guilty to petit eniniezzlenetnt.
pr,;duct4on. "'Hirriland." will be seen bottle of Dr. King's New Dmcovery: was sentenced to piay a final, of I cen'
for ihe lnn-zi time in New York next before that was half gone, the cough and cost- or seIt-r -t> da ys.
,'vr-k. This am has scored an enor- was all gone. Thin winter the same Claude ledsole was -convieted of an
mous successs in the vaudeville houses happy result has totlowed; a few affray, but not sentenc.-d.
in Baltimore, Wa-hingtcn and New doses once more batithed the annual CAPTAINS QUILL AND
York state. cough. I am now convinced that Dr MOORE AR TO TI
Ykstate. King's New Discovery is the*best of MOORE ARE TO RETIRE.
CheneyS Expectorant CUts ojhsall cough and lung remedies." Sold A spec-ial from Mobile says: Capt.
under guarantee at all druggists. 5Oc .John Quill. for the past fifty year-;
and cols short. Cumrs babies and and $1.00. Trial bottle re identified with steamboaling on th.,
W people. S head Alabanla rivers and widely known on
"Wtro" nme !. ZSC. a& rn ts. Say, have yOU heard MiSS inland waterways. announce ad today
DeVerne, lady- baritone, at his retirement from ac'ti servie..
Or ph ? ~ Announcement was also made of the
O DyI the Orpheum? retirement of Capt. Thomsi. ii. Moorn.
S TOPERA HOUSE t TE lfor tit' past fifteen year- identified
GUIDE TO STATE with river traffic. Capt-. Quill and
ONE NIGHT, SENT FREE TO ALL. noore have for the past ix monthss
Publication Issued by Bureau of Sta- ien identiged with the Birmingham
FRIDAY, NOV. 13. tistcs of Washington isMost ant ulf railroad and nav! action com-
A GOOD PLAY FOR HUSBANDS AND Complete Document. i)any. In .lItl last the, disposed of
"A GOOD PLAY FOR HUSBANDS AND Complete Documentthir holdings to. the Birmingham an.d
WIVES TO SEE." "'State of Washington Its Re- Gulf company with an actiee-nent to
(Arthur Brisbane's Editorial in the N. Y. sources. Natural Industrial and Corn- remain w!ti tho (comniany until such
Journal.) niercial." is the title of a three-hun- time as the new (concern familiariz-
CHARLES FROHMAN Presents dred page book issued by the Bureau ed itself ,vith river conditions. I'n-
The Great Dramatic Sensation, of Statistics at the Washington State der thi SCapital. plympia. Washington, and T HI F ent free of charge to any one who tion ,with the operation : company.
THE THIEF cares to write for it. This hook Is Cal t. Quill will retire from business
!one of the most complete state publi- entirelyv. while ('apt. Moore will df-
Scations issued and is typical of the en- vote his time to his ice nianufaltur-
By Henri Berstein ergy and progressi-eness of the West. Ing interests in Montgomery. Pinsra-
As Played for Ten Months at the Lyceum' It gives every line of Information that 'cola and Tampa. General Manager
Theatre. New York. tourists. sportsmen, business men, Fritz, of the Birmingham and Gulf
"Every Lover of the Drama Should Goc manufacturers, laborers skilled and company, will assume comprlf, con-
an M e-"T- Tli ." I unskilled-and farmers, could want, trol of the operating department of
ri-ceyo 50 75, "nd v .50"b u .)while the man who think- of going tie company.
yPrices. 50. 75.y w and $1.50.s m and co a-n
Boxes. $2.3. west to live will find in tiWashing- Didn't Understand It.
Seats o. -e W\dresday at 9 a. i m.' ton heublication an invaluable guidein Clara-Whyv are a-out always coi-
epickin out the place and the vocation planning because I have other callers t
h natural advantages of the sta You didn't suupnose I would cease to
MATINEE AND NIGHT, its timber, its logged-off lands, ts wa- be attractive just because we becam,
Saturday November 14. e supply and water powe,. Its gra- engaged, did you? George-No. not
Saturday, November 14. ingrounds, the weat b, the dairy- exactly; bt I did not understand that
a d ar u t C o m p a y o f o nl5 ar o f a n u n d e r -
lands under the irrigation ditches, writing syndicate.-Puck.
JAMES YOUNG, the ,ransportat ion-water and rail-d
the fisheries, the mines and coal and
In the Greatest College-Play Success, Iron deposits, the educational, relig-
ions and charitable Institutiopn- of the
hr state, the markets, the wages, t3e
home life. are all treated carefully and
with strict attention to facts.
H A R V A R D dvery county is taken up and han-
AR A R D R ded R* separately with a chart showing
the climatic conditions. To give a
With the Original New York PreductIet better idea than words and figures
and a Company of 25 Comernpe- can convey-, Sue 'creea i'il-tones of
tent Actors. a!l sorts of views are use.1 liberally.
..Prices: Matinee. 50 and 75c. Night, 25c The book contains a sti1istical ap-
to 1.50. pendix giving by counties the land
valuation, the assessments and tax
Seat Sale Matinee and Night. Thursday, rate. t-le agricultural and bortiocil-
9 a. m. tural and industrial products in quan-
tity and valuhie, the distribution of ov-
ernmnent and state lands open to set-
OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT, tiement. figOres of the irmber indus-
try. the shipments by rail and water This was the im
Thursday, November 19. outside the, state, the cost of living
UTIn the state. population of towns anl have had inquiries
.- s. Sir. Pres int AmeriCa's Greatest counties. the hanks and offi,-ers and
Character Atres county officials. This book can be oh- anything, I'll sur
tainted by addressing the secretar-y of
M AYslRO B S O N ate. Olympia. Washington. P )ple
Intending to visit Seattle next year
during the Alaska-Yukon-Pacifie ex-
In Her 447th Coniecutive Performance In position should send for this book.
the Charming Comedy, --.
Establishing the Plural.
"THE REJUVENATION OF hisnle o t:he 4yar' dbs ol ,aThat's the w
SN home his father asked him what had
pleased bim the most.
SMARYOh. led the geese. I had such Better watch
Endor-.ed by Press from Coast to Cst. fun chasing them. and We had a great
'A Laugh Every Mtaute. --N. T. Her- big goose for dinner one dah%'!"
-Well." said his father. "-how can
you tell Lle dit .e .e between a
"' ra-bs-n is a Comedy ',ht-ht."-- goose, and ge"se"
sain Frant-iso crni-l. "A--w. that's easy" said F.ed. "One
.. ..r- "2" 1.-. m,, $1.e and i SLo. Ceee 1 's a goo e. afd two aooses Is
At job 10 D Lol. -____ -- al


A good paying established
business on Palafox street,
This proposition is worthy
immediate attention. Ad-
dress, if interested. C. S. J.,
Care The Journal.


Ladies' 8Shoes
*2.90 Pair
Just to create some excite-
ment, we will sell Ladies'




As a Result There Was An-
other Postponement of
McCain, Et Al Case.


Although suhbplconaej t\ o months
ago when he returned to the city from
Mobile., J.ohn Johnson. the principal
witness in the cases. of G. C. McCain,
Henry Finingini and .lohn Maloney.
was absnl tl'romn court yesterday morn-
i:ng when these cases were called.
The defeudanil.4. wlio are charged with
i-sonm, w<-re present In court and
ready for trial. but the state was not
prepared to start the caz-s wi!h John-
son absent, so requested anoLher con-
tinuatnc(. which was granted. This is
the second continuance of the case
through the ab.hcnc of John.on. The
first time. however. he was not under
Ordered Arrested.
Judge H.eggs instructed the .sheriff

"The Man From Brodney's." lIy G. B.
M1.-'ntcheohn. author of Brewvt(-.-'- Mil-
liints. and mnmy other great s';lh it.
The new hero, "The Man From Brod-
nv-'s." is tall. good looking. rawhonedIl.
tlhr. Ior une.
Publishtr's price, $1.50; Mine, $1.30.
Mam .Do O Ls eam & wtwe
Do Isa EL. Phsme IL



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Alabama Railroad Commis-
sion Decides Fish Rate

Case in






from our


Favor of


The Montgomery Advertiser of yes-
ierday contained the following:
*- A formal order of the Alabama
Railroad Commission was Tuesday
made in the case of the Southern Ex-
pre's' Company upon a petition pre-
sented to that body some time ago. in
the matter of certain competitive rate.
from Pensacola on fish and oysters.
'"The rates as fixed from Mobile by
the commission were lower than those
of the' company from Pensacola. thus
-xcliiding Pensacola from Alabama
territory. The Pensacola merchants
made a kick to the Interstate Com-
mr-rce commission about the matter.
and the express company peti;io.aed
the railroad commission that they be
allowed to put their lower rates from
Mobile utp to the same figureaas those
made from Pensacola. This the com-
mission denied in a formal order is-
sued 'rTesday.
"The question involved was an awk-
ward one. The decision Tuesday may
prejudice t:le company's case with the
national bodly as the difference In
r.ut *s may operate in the minds of the
interstate commissioners/' as interfer-
ing with freedom of Interstate com-
Donald Knew.
Margaret, aged 10, was a beginner
lin history. "Mamma.". she asked,


Everyone knows that we
are agents for the Barry
$3.50 and $4.00
But they don't know that
we are also agents for the

The best and slickest shoe
on earth for $3.00. Coe in
and see them-it wid dc
your heart good.

THE M. & 0.

321 and 323 S. Palafox St.
Opposite Plaza.

"what does behead meaa'
"To cut off a man's head, dear."
There wap a moment of silent
study, then another que~:ion.
"What does 'defeat' mean. ma?"
Little Donald, aged 4. was intere*g
"I know. mamma." was his loogidq
conclusion. "Defeat means to cut a
man's feet off."-The Delineator.

FOR SALE-Cheap tor eash. full blooded
Jerr'ey hotfer. very gentle. t*Wo rears
old. wiltn 1 fresh next month. 418 East
Grgrory street, City. SmIovlw*

port of a phone message at noon yesterday: "I
s from all over this vicinity. If I want to sell
ely use The Journal in the future."

'ay those little W ant Ads work--

i that page closely..




Life Motion Pictures and Illustrated Songs.

New Reels of the Very latest and Best Pictures Daily

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

Top Buggies and Runabouts. Light Delivery Wagons. White
Hickory Wagons. Very light One -horse Surreys.


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