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Sunday Morning, June 5, 1Q21
PALATKA DAILY NEWS
REED PROTESTS II
TRANSFER OF ALL
CONGRESS
(Br Amoclatcd Preaa)
Washington, June 4. Discussion
of the Capper-Pincher bill to regulate
grain spcchangjes before the senate
agricultural committee today develop
ed into a snarl on the subject of dele
gation of congressional authority to
administrative officials. It culminated
in the declaration of Senator, demo
crat of Missouri, that he could not
differentiate between government by
an individual board or commission as
between the government William II
of Prussia.
The Missouri senator delivered a
broadside against provisions of the
grain bill, the packer control measure
and others which contemplate repos
ing broad powers to make rules and
regulations in the department heads
or commissions. It was nothing short
of socialistic, he 6aid.
Mr. Reed added that all regulations
DIET PLANNED TO
GET EFFICIENCY
OUT OF STUDENTS
(By Aaaoclated Prrw)
Hanover, N. H., June 4.A study of
the health of members of the fresh
man class, to be used as the basis of
regulating their diet and activities,
will be inaugurated by Dartmouth
College next fall. The plan will be
associated with the freshman com
pulsory athletic course. One of its
aims will be to work out a proper bal
ance between the height and weight
of each man in order that he may do
best possible work in studies and ath
letics. Harry Hillman, track coach and
head of the department of recreation
al athletics for freshmen, will direct
the study and its application. He has
formulated a nutrition scheme by
which he plans to keep a check on ev
ery freshman's health and habits and
advise him how best to regulate them.
The plan is still incomplete, but the
general outline has been adopted. A
rigid examination will precede as
signment of students to athletic
groups. Men who are normal will be
allowed to engage in the regular ac-
Others will be watched and
ji ..i . ; uviuea.
.... ;t ,,u , ; advised how to modify habits and diet
past had been written "by doctors of '
r tin A,, 4rt rtK4oi a nrnnnrtinTtnto rp-
in order to obtain a proportionate re
lation of weight to height Once the
something or other"- They always re-
1 Un. 4UM !, enwl I'huMmi,
ti. t i l 4.V. 4 ii., requirement of condition is reached
on to the first draft m the tenacity , .
of their own ignorance."
I
they will be free to elect their sports.
Grand, Monday
Besides having one of the finest
casts ever assembled for a Goldwyn
picture, "Bunty Pulls the Strings,"
which comes to the Grand tomorrow
cost a fortune in costuming alone.
Director Reginald Barker ordered
DAVnral tiiinrlroH pneftimpc nf an nhsn-
i4 hwi, -r.in f k or!v ;;,! i urged to attend. This will be an or.
.ire IV, . ......... ..........
GAMES TOMORROW NIGHT
All checker enthusiasts' are re
minded of the first meeting Monday
! night at eight-thiry in he fire house.
! About 15 men have signified their de
j sire to play this fascinating game,
j Any others who are interested are
of 24 hours and the Goldwyn studio
modiste set ten of her workers to cut
ting and fitting immediately. Rolls
of crinoline, queer old fashioned silks
and ginghams, calicoes long out of
style, and elaborate embroideries for
the pantaloons were unpacked and
spread with colored illustrations of
the desired fashions on long work ta
bles. Less than 24 hours later the
finished costumes were ready for
every actor and actress taking part.
Don't forget we clean Palm Beacb
Suits the way they should be cleaned
for 75c
GEM CITY PRESSING CLUB
Next to James Hotel
be elected, and plans f orthe summer
outlined. There will also be some
playing and boards will be provided
club is under the auspices of Palat
ka Community Service. Word has
coem from Jacksonville that there is
a very successful checker club flour
ishing there. It is hoped that oil en
thusiasts will come out and make this
activity a success. This is an excel
lent opportunity to brush up on .the
game.
And there are people who would
rather see Germany making all the
dyes than to see a wicked trust con
trolling the industry in America
CUBAN ABSCONDER
STICKS CREDITORS
FOR LARGE SUM
(By AMorlnted Pr)
Havana, Cuba, June 4. Creditors
of Jose I. Lezama, the young planter
and financier who failed some months
ago after giving his liabilities at more
than $28,000,000, have combined and
are administering the young promo
ter's property for their own protection.
It will be recalled Lezama disap
peared shortly before April 14, when
a draft for $250,000, later alleged
to have been forged, fell due. A spe
cial court which investigated the
charges against him has ordered his
apprehension on charges of falsifica
tion of documents and forgery, declar
ing him responsible before the civil
courts for $2, 900,000.
Lezama s assets, according to an
unofficial list, include lands along
Havana harbor where he started to
build a sugar refinery and a mortgage
of $2,400,000. The two mills owned
by Lazama have an annual produc
tion of from 400,000 to 500,000 sacks
of sugar-
Among his creditors, as listed, are
the Banco National de Cuba, $7,000,-
000; L. R. Munoz and Co., $7,000,000;
Royal Bank of Canada, $2,000,000;
Banco Mercantil Americano, $1,500,-
000; Armour and Company, $900,000;
Munson Steamship Line, $300,000.
While the figures are large, it is
stated that most of the missing fi
nancier's larger creditors are well
protected.
THIRD COMMUNITY SINB TO
HELD TOMORROW NIGHT
Everyone is again reminded of the
third Community Sing to be held on
for the evening's mates. This checker Khe court house lawn tomorrow night
at eight o'clock J. E. Johnson,
chairman of the music committee has
not only arranged a very attractive
program, but also promises special
attractions anl spe'iia: lighting. The
orchestra, which was unable to help
with the last sing, promises to be
there on Monday nign. This will
greatly assist the pianist as it is very
difficult to accompany singing out
doors. The Rotarians are silent about their
"stunt" but have promised some un
usual singing. They have armitted that
they are going to feature "I'm a lit
tle Prairie Flower," This song in it
self is certainly worth coming to
hear. The Girl Scouts are also on the
program and have been practicing
at their last two meetings.
The sing will begin promptly at
eight o'clock. Everybody is cordial
ly invited to come and help make this
community-wide affair a hugh suc
cess. BAPTIST AND METHODIST TO
LOCK HORNS ON MONDAY
The game scheduled for Monday in
the Sunday School baseball league is
between the Baptists and Methodists.
This will undoubetedly be a hot game
as both teams are strong. The Me
thodists are leading the league and
with the defeat of the Convent last
Friday by the Baptists puts the lat
ter team in a position to be a 6trong
contender for first place. Hancock has
shown some rare form for the Bap
tists and is ably backed by Shaw Buck,
who is a stellar catcher. Captain Tom
Stallings has worked hard in round
ing his men into their present shape
and is to be complimented. The Me-
The American Shoe Shop
NOW OPEN
We are prepared to do all kinds of
Shoe Repairing
by electrical machinery and at reasonable prices. We use
only the best material, and two expert workmen are here to
do the work.
Our Low Prices
Men's Shoes, half soled, sewed on $1.40
Men's Shoes, half soled, tacked on $1.25
Rubber Heels, men's $ .50
Ladies' half soles, sewed on $1.15
Ladies' half soles, tacked on $1.00
Leather Tips $ .35
Cuban .Heels $ .75
Give Us a Trial and Let Us Convince You.
Norris & Walker
403 Lemon Street, Palatka. Phone 136
We call for and deliver.
thodists are counting on Captain
George Stelti to bear the brunt of the
pitching while Buster Snell, the heavy
hitting Catcher will be on the job.
- The game will be called promptly
at two o'clock and will be played on
the north end grounds. As the Boy
Scouts are going camping to
days next week this will be the &
game played until the week loUow
ing.
Florida East Goast Ry.
FLAGLER SYSTEM
Condensed Sehednlee
Fh lutktr inlorautlsa fit TUkrf At
DEPARTURES FROM EAST PALATKA
Effective April 5, 1921
6:00 P. MTRAINS 29 and 30 MIAMI LOCAtr Dally Make 5:20 P. M.
all stops. (Coaches and Broiler Bullet Parlor Cars).
The daIlRht locals between Jacksonville and Miami.
8:00 P. M. TRAINS 85 and 86 THE HAVANA SPECIAL Dally 1.00 P. M.
Stops only at Important stations. (Coaches and
Sleepers). The Havana Special between New York
and Key West. Through sleepers. New York and
Key West, Jacksonville and Key West, Jacksonville
and Miami. Handles the passenger traffic between
the United States and Cuba. Connection made at Key
West direct with P. & O. ships to and from Havana.
Dining Car.
11:13 P. M. TRAINS 37 and 38 KEY WEST EXPRESS Dally. 6:10 A. M.
Makes local stops. Buffet sleeping cars Jacksonville
and Miami; Through sleepers New York and Key
West, one via A. C. L. and one via S. A. 1. north of
Jacksonville.
BETWEEN PALATKA AND EAST PALATKA
Lv. Palatka, 11:00 AM; 12:30 PM; 1:40 PM; 4:50 PM; 6:40 PM
Ar. E Palatka 11:20 A M; 12:50 P M; 2:00 P M; 5:10 P M; 7:00 P M
Lv E. Palatka 10:20 AM; 11:55 AM; 1:10 PM; 3:35 PM; 6:10 PM
Ar. Palatka 10:40 AM; 12:15 PM; 1:30 PM; 3:55 PM; 6:80 P M
The Next Time Your Clothes
Need Cleaning Call 58W
The new establishment using all new steam machinery. We call for
your clothes and return them the same day. All work guaranteed to
be satisfactory. ' - : . .
Special attention given Ladies C lothing
We want your patronage just telephone, that's all.
Imperial Dry Cleaning Company
PERRY G. WILLIAMS, Manager
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Altering, Repairing, and SERVICE
PHONE 58W PALATKA
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BUICK
6j w-
PRICES REDUCED
Present lines of new Buick six-cylinder
modelswill be carried thru the 1922
season.
Beginning June 1st the new series and
prices will be as follows, f.o.b. factories,
Flint, Michigan.
. Old Factory Print N.w Factory Pries Price DeU. Pat.
Model 22-44 Three Passenger Roadster $1795 $1495 $i68$0O
Model 22-45 Five Passenger. Touring, 795 $1525 $i7i5-
Model 22-46 Three Passenger Coupe, $2585 $2135 $2350.00
Model 22-47 Five Passenger Sedan, . 2895 $2435 $2665.00
Model 22-48 Four Passenger Coupe, $2985 $2325 $2550.00
Model 22-49 Seven Passenger Touring, $2065 $1735 $1935.00
Model 22:50 Seven Passenger Sedan, $3295 $2635 $2870.00
BUICK MOTOR COMPANY, FLINT, MICH.
Pioneer Builders of Valve-in-Head Motor Cart
Branch, in all Principal CM Dealer Everywhere
BUICK SALES & SERVICE STATION
J. R. FOWLER J- F. BLAKE
Cor. Tenth and Lemon Phone 426
WHEN BETTER. AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL i)UILDTHEXt

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