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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 19 20.
That Spoils Food
. Beware of tset bottles and
dishes, dripping fruit and
soggy food tn your refrig
THAT rr, tawdry danrpnets
you raay hare noticed on fruit,
bottles, etc., In your refriter
mtor ! laden with imparities and
ferns from the air and the melting
ice. To pro Ye this, jutt wipe off a
bottle with a clean cloth. ' This
mudfe settle on the open food a
) willingly at upon the bottles, and
it is this impure moisture that spoils
Yn tmn strike fkisfkorvr mstck
m tkt inridf of tkt ice eksmbrr in m
. in u imnnmiu. m.
Yon can keep salt and soda cracker
as dry as a chip you can place
onions and butter side bjr side with
out transmitting a trace cf their
odors. No other refrigerator could
stand suck tests.
KAYS' CORNER HARD WAR!
Kigt at Rays'
Right on the Corner
THE PENNANT RACE.
Little Rock ...CO
New Orleans ., 55
Atlanta ................ 56
Memphis .. 52'
i Won Lost
T ' i
P jl jlj
Cleveland ..............67 32 .677
New York 65 39 .625
Chicago ................62 39 .614
Washington . 45 - 49 .479
St. Louis ......... .47 52 .475
Boston. ....42 54 .438
Detroit .....37 60 .381
Philadelphia ...........30 71 .297
Sew York 1 50
5t. Louis ....45,
,...; . 15
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Chicago . 3, , New York 1.
St.-Louis 6, Philadelphia 9.
Boston 3, Detroit 1.
Cleveland 10, Washington 5.
Brooklyn 10, St. Louis 4.
Chicago 3, Philadelphia , 1.
New York 11, Cincinnati 1.
Pittsburg 3, Boston 2. .'
Memphis 4-1, Atlanta 5-3.
Birmingham 0." Little Rock 7.
Only two games.
Little Bock at Birmingham.
Atlanta at Memphis.
Pittsburg at Boston.
St. Louis at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
Washington at Cleveland
Boston at Detroit. ,
New York at Chicago.,
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
RAIN HALTS GAME
IN TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Rain halted yesterday's Twilight
League game In the fourth Inning
with" the Caseys leading the First
Christian Church 4 to 0. Manager
Stubbing announced that "no game"
iad been played, but the question of
vhether four or five Innings are re
tired to constitute a legal game in
he Twilight League will be settled
t meeting of the managers shortly.
Today's game will be between the
""aseys and the T. M. C. A.
"X : :"
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
TO MEET TONIGHT
Members of Mr. "Wheat's class of the
Gadsden street M. E. Sunday school
are asked to meet at the church at 7
AND YANKS LOSE
Red Sox Beat Detroit and Philadelphia
Wins from St. Louis.
Cleveland, Aug. 3. Cleveland won
from Washington today, 10 to 5, In a
game featured by hard hitting and
reckless base running. Caldwell and
Zachary were knocked out of the box
In the fifth Inning. Bagby, who pitched
the last four Innings for Cleveland,
did not allow a batter to reach first
Washington ....01030 0 0 01 5 6 1
Cleveland 01610 Ollx 10 16 1
Zachayy, Acosta and Gharrity; Pin
Jch, Caldwell, Clark, Bagby and
Detroit, Aug. 3. Pennock held De
troit to six hits yesterday, while his
mates obtain ten oft Ayers and Okrie,
and Boston won 3 to 1. The Tigers lost
two chances, to score when Veach was
caught at the plate on a short passed
ball and when Cobb was put out when
he took a long lead off third and was
run down. . . .
Boston ............. 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 03 10 0
Detroit ........ .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 6 2
Pennock and Schang; Ayes, Okrio
and Mannion, Stannage.
Chicago, Aug. 3. Fabcr had the
edge on Carl Mays yesterday and Chi
cago defeated New York 3 to 1. Only
once were the visitors able to bunch
hits. In the fourth Inning they scored
a run which saved them from a shut
out. Babe Ruth drew three walks and
on his other trip to the plate singled
sharply to short.
New York .. ...'. 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 50
Chicago ........ .2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 x 3 11 1
Mays and Ruel ;Faber and Schalk.
St. Louis, Aug. 3. Philadelphia, al
though outhit, bunched its hits to
good advantage . and aided by the lo
cals' errors defeated St. Louis today
9 to 6. The visitors knocked out Bayne
and Burwel fro mthe'box in the fifth,
and St. Louis drove Harris from the
mound In the seventh.
Philadelphia .'...0 20 70 00 0 09 12 0
St. LOUis .......1100002 1 16 146
Harris,' Rommell and Perkins;
Bayne, BurwelL " Van Gilder, Lc-Ivield
Birmingham I'liable to Halt Leaders-
Atlanta Takes Two.
Birmingham, Aug. 3. Although out-
hit by Birmingham, Little Rock took
the first game of the series, 7 to 0,
here today, by bunching all hits in two
innings. Rightfielder Harper hit a
homcr over the right field wall in the'eia, lumber.
first .with Miller on Base
Score by innings: R II E
Little Rock ..400 200 010 7 6 1
Birmingham ' ..000 000 0000 8 2
Little Rock, Robinson and Brottem;
Birmingham, Gallaher, Meeker
Memphis, Aug. 3. Atlanta made it
four straight from Memphis by win
ning a doubleheader here today, 5 to
i, and 3 to 1. Memphis' errors were
factors in both defeats today. The
sppnnrt cime. whirh w.is tn hnvo cronn
seven innings, took eight for a decision. I
First game : , ; ; I ,
Score by Innings: R H E
Atlanta ...L..000 010 201 5 7 i
Memphis ..... .... 000 002 0204 9
AtHita, Sheehan and Hager; Mem
phis, Marshall and Bischoff,
Second game: ... J that club on their home grounds. The
Score by innings: R H E1 team will go in automobiles and will
Atlanta 000 100 023 7 1 play there Thursday and Friday. They
Memphis . .100 000 0001 4 2 .will return in time to play the Chicka-
- Atlanta, Suggs and Mills, Ilager;
Memphis, Marshall and Meyers.
LOCAL TEAM GOES TO
Pensacola goes to Brewton tomor
row morning for a return series with
"On With the Dance!"
New York College ftirls would
do well to adopt being dance hos
tess as a profession.. So says Miss
Hazen Allen, dance hotess at the
summer roof -garden of the Hotel
McAlpin. "It's extremely pleas
ant work," says Miss Allen,"and
it requires plenty of ingenuity and
"'On with the dance' is going to
prevail all through the summer.
The dance is THE thing at the
amusement resort. 11 People are so
tired of strikes, high prices and
general troubles that they rush into
the swirl of the dance to forget
Miss Allen says ten times as
many , people dance now as . com
pared to the number ten years
VESSELS IN PORT.
Sierra Belgrano (Bel.), ss, stream.
Newquay, Br., ss, coaling.
Avon Queen, Br., sch, G. F. & A.,
Santa Rosa, Am., sen, .Commenden-
Celeste D, Br., sch, slip.
Twickenham, British, ss, stream.
Chappell, Am, ss, Muscogee, , cargo.
Delfino, Br., ss, Tarragona, cargo.
Bagdad, Am., sch, Commendencia,
Western Ocean, Br, ss, Tarragona,
naval stores. ,
Florida, Am. oil tanker, Port Ar
Nargalis, Br. ss, Carry & Co.
PORT SAND KEY PASSINGS.
Sand Key, Aug. 3. Passed east
bound, 3rd: Achilles and barge; Mai -lory
Line; westbound 2nd; Red
Mountain; 3rd; Agwisun, Alamo, Gulf
of Mexico, Ramesis, War Bahadur
(B. R.). Oural (Belg) Llghtburne, Mat
tole, Lake Winthrop, Molassa (Br.)
saws here Saturday and Sunday
The automobiles will leave the San
Carlos hotel tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock and a bunch of Pensacola fans
arc expected and requested to make the
trip. Manager D'Alemberte requests
that everyone, who can possibly .make
the trip notify him or leave word at
the Sportsman Supply store today
1 ounc n lroa4 green fields, Bl
Brooklyn - Wins From St. Louis and
Pirates Beat Braves.
New York, Aug. 3. New York batted
three Cincinnati pitchers for a total of
sixteen hits today and won 11 to
The victory gave the Giants the series
three games to one: Toney was a puz
zle to the world's champions, except
in - the fifth inning, when the Reds
bunched three hits with Spencer's er
ror for their lone 'tally. '
Score by innings: ' R H E
Cincinnati 'k . nno 010 000 i 6
New York -2i3 210 20x il 16
Cincinnati, Eller, Ring, Fisher and
Wingo, Rariden; New York, Toney and
Smith, Gonzalez. .
Brooklyn,1 Aug. 3. Brooklyn ham
mered ttn'ec St. Louis pitchers today
and made the jseries three out of four
by winning 10 to 4. Cadore also was
hit hard but was saved Dy fast field
ing until ihe seventh, when the Car
dinals bunched four hits for three runs
and only one out when Cadore was re
lieved. Mamaux held the visitor to
one run and three hits in the remain
Score by inning?:- R H.E
St Louis 000 000 301 4 .13
Brooklyn 100 004 05x 10 14 "2
St. Louis, Haines, May, North and
McCarty. Dilhoefer; Brooklyn, Cadore,
Mamaux and Elliott.
Philadelphia, Aug. 3. Hits by Flack,
Terry and Paskert won a ten inning
gam? for Chicago today, making three
straight Trom the locals. Alexander and
Rlxey, former roommates when both
were local pitchers, met for the Xifth
time this season and the Chicago
twirler holds th advance three vie
tories to two. Williams' eleventh home
run of the season scored the only
Philadelphia tally.' - .
Score by Jnnings: RUE
Chicago 001 000 000 23 12
Philadelphia 001 000 000 C i 9
Chicago. ' Alexander and Killifer;
Philadelphia, Rixey and WTieat.
Boston,- Aug. 3. Pittsburg defeated
Boston 3 to 2 today .taking advantage
of McQuillan's wildness in the second
inning, when a pass to Caton forced
Cutshaw In and Grimm scored on
Bigbee's sacrifice fly. Boston rallied in
the ninth when Maranville's second
triple of the game scored two runs,
but Eayrs closed the game by flying
out to Bigbee. -
Score by . innings: RUE
Pittsburg -..120 000 000!-3 6 1
Boston 000 000 0022 8 2
Pittsburg, Ponder and Hacffner; Bos
ton, McQuillan, Scott and O'Neill.
Smart in appearance
Style and Comfort .
Pleads Guilty to Scries or Chicken
Thefts and Forgeries.
Jasper Antone was given two and
one-half years in the state penitentiary
by Judge Jones yesterday on charges
of Issuing worthless checks, theft of
chickens and other charges. Antone
pleaded guilty several days ago and
sentence was held up pending further
Five counts were charged against
Antone, Judge Jones giving him six
months on each count, making a total
of thirty months. In making a state
ment to the ' county solicitor, Antone
implicated another man and a capias
was Issued for him. The latter man
bad. left Pensacola for south Florida but
when he heard the sheriff wanted him
here he returned by automobile and
notified the sheriff at the county jail
he was ready to be arrested. His case
is in the hands of the solicitor for Investigation.
The Economy of Using
Goodyear Small Car Tires
wiisi v fi -1 1 e
30 x 34 Goodyear
All .Weather Tread
30 x 3Vi Goodyear
Single Cure Fabric,
. ' LONG SENTENCE
Confessed Auto Thief Given Five
Years In State, Penitentiary.
Buck Xostrand was sentenced to
five years at hard 'labor by Judge
Jones In the court of record yester
day on charges of grand larceny, lie
had pleaded guilty to two counts and
was sentenced to 2 1-2 years on each
JCostrand was arrested by Chief Kl
lis recently, charged with theft of an
automobile, following a lively chase
covering several days. The car was
stolen from the Consolidated Grocery
Co., and located by the chief, lie
warned the grocer to get his ;r that
afternoon, but the matter was delayed
until next morning. When the own
er went after the car it had been
stolen from the garage.
It was located again and again
stolen before It could be returned to
the owners. The car was finally tak
en in tow by the police and Xostrand
So -called bargain tires, made up for
sensational sales and offered at ridicu
lously low prices, do not attract
They are far more concerned with
what they get than with what they
pay because they know that in the
end it is performance and not price
that delivers actual tire economy.
The popularity of Goodyear Tires,
of the 30x3-, 30x32-and 31x4-inch
sizes, is based on the fact that they de
liver exceptional mileage at exceed
ingly low cost.
If you own a Ford, Chevrolet Dorr,
Maxwell or other car taking these sizes,
o to vour nearest Service Station
or Goodyear Tires and
Heavy Tourist Tubes.
Goodyear Herry Tourtit Tubes cott no
more thai the price you are asked to pay
for tubes of lest merit why risk costly j
casings when such, sure protec
tion ij available ? 30x3V4ke A,S0
in matmrpraof baf J
m ?irgeo. wun me taeft. lie ccn
fessed to hii part of the theft of t
car ana one other, impiicat in r
other men. . Their arrost. r
Both cars were returned to'
ers. The other men hay
KU KLUX KLAN MAY
BE ORGANIZED HERE
Work of organizing: branches of
the Ku Klux Klan throughout
J already has been started and is pro
gressing rapidly, xt was announced to
day. Organization work already has be
gun in Jacksonville, Palm Beach, Has
tings, Daytona. and several other
points, it Is said, while inquiries re
garding preliminary organization
have been received from Lakeland.
Bartow. Palatka and other points in
' Representatives of the Klan are pro
ceeding actively with the formation
of the Klan in this state and it is
announced that a branch of the Klan
will be organized at un early date In
every city and town.