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IT FATHER ILU1I0
FRIDAY
SUFFERING AND DEATH OF THE
REDEEMER FOR THE SALVA
TION OF MANKIND IS DIVINE'S
THEME.
The solemnity of the services at St.
Michael's church last night were fully
in keeping with the spirit of Good
Friday. Father Allard, always a fine
speaker, was at his best and neia me
audience in rapt attention, , while he
graphically depicted the suffering
and death of the Redeemer for the
salvation of man.
He showed that the cause of this
suffering, anguish and death itself,
was sin j and furthermore, that it was
the contemplation of the sins of man
kind and the ingratitude of sinners
that' sent the keenest pangs of sor
row through His Sacred Heart. He
brought the sinner to the foot of the
Cross, pleading with him to look upon
the crucified form, and to accept the
salvation that was purchased for him
by the poured out blood of his Sav
iour. in conclusion he saldi "There are
perhaps some here tonight who are
sin-stained, who have on their con
fidences the guilt of horrible . sins,
who feel that they have their counter-
part in the traitor Judas, in Pilate, in
the soldier who rudely struck Him
with the ironclad hand.. There are
perhaps some here tonight who are
on the verge of despair, who would
like to return to Him, but feel they
have sinned too grievously ever to
be forgiven. To all such souls Christ
wishes to speak tonight. He has not
abandoned you, He will not forsake
you. Although sin caused His pas
sion, although your sins are heavy
upon Him, He is ready, anxious to
forgive all. Th"ere is. O sinner,1 no
end to His mercy. Tonight He is
hanging on the cross, and from that
instrument of torture He pleads for
your return to His love and service
has established for you to obtain par
don of your sins. He begs you be
fore Easter Sunday to be reconciled
to Him in the tribunal of Penance,
and then on Easter Sunday morning
to approach the altar rail with a
clean heart to receive Him, the living
God, into your souls, nevermore to
let Him depart. In this way, and in
this way alone can the joys of Easter
be fully yours."
There will be no sermon tonight.
On Sunday morning at 10:30 Father
Allard will preach on "The Miracle
of Easter." Sunday night the ser
mon will be on "Why I am a Catho
lic." .
Miss Ella Baker intoned "The Cru
cifixion," and the choir chanted
"Stabat Mater." i
What Would America Do
In the Event of War?
Continued from Fag One.
guarantee against it. The coast
defense scheme is political and
has virtually no military signifi
cance. From Cape May to Gloucester is
the probable "zone within which a'
landing would be effected, because be
hind this line ARE CONCENTRATED
MOST OF THE ECONOMIC EE
SOURCES OF THE COUNTRY.
The conduct of war, as the Ger
man staff understands it, is an eco
nomic game. Poland means a dense
industrial country, the headquarters
of six Russian army corps. Lille and
Valenciennes mean the coal and -
of France, without which she must
eventually starve.
So does New ,York mean the
heart of gold of this country, and
New York ransomed, might more
than pay the cost of the European
war!
The only valid defense is an army
capable of meeting and defeating any
force landed on our eastern coast.
The very least force we can reckon
on is six available army corps tf reg
ular (at 42,000 to the corps) backed
tip with about the same number of
pecond line troops. Without regulars
it" is practically impossible to meet
the, emergency.
What we must do is to raise our
regular army as soon as possible, and
at the same time to send it to school,
especially the higher ranks. We have
a few scholars and thinkers in. the
army, r eminent tactician like Col.
Morrison; such men must be set to
work to educate our efficers and make
them capable, which they are not now,
or tne control or armies. The militia
or volunteers half a million of them
would be enough should have theif
officers trained to a high enough
standard to-make decent second line
troops.
ODD FELLOWS WILL
GrVE ENTERTAINMENT
There will be an entertainment at
the Odd Fellows hall, corner Baylen
Belmont streets Monday night, given
by the Rebekah branch of Odd Fel
lows, camp No. 10 for the benefit of
grand lodge officers who have just
returned from Sanford, Fla., after
attending a session of all grand
, lodges of Florida.
911 GOOD
A SWAT IN TIME MEANS DEATH TO BILLIONS OF
THIS IS MESSAGE OF
If i 5 r 7 ' - A
Have a fly swatter har dy in the kitchen and use it for the female
fly cannot lay her eggs until she has had s meal of rich food, such as
milk, eggs or meat. ,
"(This is the first of a series of
"Swat the fly" articles in which Dr,
Jean Dawson, known as America's
champion woman fly fighter, will tell
EfiWlMiST
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
ELABORATE MUSICAL PROGRAM
PREPARED FOR EASTER NIGHT
PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND
PRAISE SERVICE.
The following Easter program will
be offered at the Praise Service of
the First Christian church, Sunday
night, at 7:45 o'clock. The public is
cordially invited:
Violin solo, "Andate Religioso
(Thome) Miss Ada Rosasco.
(Schnecker) Chorus.
..et, "Gentle, Holy Saviour" ( Gou
nod Mrs. Perkins and Dr. - Mit
chell. .
Quintet, "By Babylon's Waters"
(Smarts Mesdames Sandusky, Per
kins, Brawner, Favey and Miss Coons.
Solo, "Christ . Has Opened Para
dise" (Hawley) Mrs. Lillian Ban-
non Pavey.
Anthem, "Unto Thee Will I Call"
(Chopin-Fearis) Mrs. Sandusky,
Mrs. Brawner and chorus.
Solo, "The Heavenly Vision" (Nor
ris) Mrs. Henry Perkins, with violin
obligato by Miss Rosasco
Trio with obligato solo, "Crucifix"
(Faure) Mrs. Sandusky, Mrs. Braw
ner, Miss Coons and Dr. MitchelL
Anthem, "Holy, Holy Lcrd" (Cam-
pana) Chorus of women.
Offertory, "Le Cygne" (Saint
Saens) Miss Rosasco.
Anthem, "The Choir Angelic" (Han-
soom) Mr. Caro and chorus.
- Accompanist Mrs. Charles E. Mit
chell.
Director Dr. Charles R. Mitchell.
MERCHA1TS ASKED
TO DRESS STORES
MEMBERS OF THE LADIES' CON
FEDERATE MEMORIAL ASSO
CIATION ASK THAT COLORS BE
' DISPLAYED.
Merchants of the city ara urged by
the members of the Ladies' Confed
erate Memorial association to dress
their places of business for Memorial
Day, which is Wednesday of next
week. While the colors of the Con
federacy are preferable, the ladies
would appreciate any effort to honor
the day, even if but the red and white
are the only decorations used.
The ladies of the association named
urge that this request bi observed
and granted as widely as possible.
Coal Laden Ship
Reported Sinking
Off 'Frying Pan1
Norfolk, Va., April 21 The schoon
er Caroline Gray, which sailed from
here last week with a cargo of coal
for Cienfuegos, Cuba, is reported wa
terlogged and abandoned off Frying
Pan shoals. The United States coast
guard cutter Seminole has gone to
her assistance.
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1918.
AMERICA'S CHAMPION
Journal readers how to rid the city
of the greatest of all disease carriers
and greatly reduce sickness in fly sea
sonsEditor.) EASTER SERVICE
ITST. MICH
ATTRACTIVE MUSICAL PRO
GRAM WILL FEATURE BOTH
SUNDAY SCHOOL AND THE
MORNING PREACHING HOURS.
Quite 'an attractive musical pro
gram has been prepared for the First
Methodist church Sunday morniag,
for both Sunday school and the
morning service. During the Sunday
school hour there will be rendere a
delightful program by the children,
in keeping with the day, consisting of
special music, songs, recitations, etc.
Special music will also feature tbs
11 a. m. service, which will be con
ducted by the pastor, Rev. D. P.
Slaughter. The special music has been
carefully prepared, and some of the
best ' singers of the city will take
part. The pastor will have ait Easter
message for his congregation.
Special services will also be eon
ducted at 7:45 p. m. The pastor will
also be heard at this time, and he ex
tends a cordial welcome to all to at
tend all of these services. The com
plete programs will be published to
morrow. II DYE HUE 15
SPERITY SIGN
INDUSTRY RECENTLY ESTAB
LISHED NEAR GARNIER'S
BAYOU MAKING GOOD, AND
EMPLOYING LOCAL LABOR.
Among the many new industries
which are putting West Florida on
the commercial map, may be men
tioned the dye mine, recently opened
at Black Point, near Garniers Bayou, ;
under the management of Prof. Jas. j
A. Wright.
The following account of the new
mine is taken from the Laurel Hill
Gazette:
Though somewhat handicapped and
working at a great disadvantage the
mine is already turning out quite
well and very satisfactorily, and
when the plant is fully installed and
in good working order, this will no
doubt be a fine thing for Garniers
and the surrounding territory, as it
will furnish work at fair price for
j some time to quite a few laborers.
Through misrepresentation, whether
intentional or otherwise, the impres
sion has gone through the upper part
of the county and elsewhere, that this
dye mine is located at Camp Walton
and for the benefit of the misinform
ed we will state that this is at least
i five miles from Camp Walton, Black
Point being situated on Choctaw
hatchee bay beach, near the mouth of
Garniers bayou and just three miles
straight from the Garniers postoSce
and the operators of the business are
patrons of the Garniers postofflce. Be
sides that, one, at least of the part
ners in the mine, own large property
interests at Garniers.
WOMAN FLY-SWATTER
By DR. JEAN DAWSON,
(America's Most Famous Woman Fly
Fighter.)
Author of "Fighting the Fly in the
Interest of Public Health" and
"Eliminating a City's
Filth and Flies.
The first rale for fly fighting
BEGIN EARLY!
If the first "holdover flies are
killed there will be few descendants
to spread disease in your home and
dtyl
This will show you the importance
of "spring swatting." One female fly
that has managed to live through the
winter will have a family of 120 by
May 1.
THIS MEANS:
432,000 Flies by June 20.
23,920,000 flies by Jnly 10.
' S3,312,000,CC0 by August 18.
5,598,720,000,000 descendants of this
wicked female fly by September 10.
These flies placed end to end would
circle 8S0 times around the world, and
would most appropriately resemble a
band of crepe.
Where will you find these danger
ous "holdover" flies ? In stacks of old
papers, between the torn edges of
wall paper and the wall, in crevices
about the chimney, or in any warm
place where they are allowed to re
main undisturbed. One happy hiding
place for the "holdovers", is in the
folds of draperies.
When the firm warm days come
the female fly creeps out and soon has
laid 120 eggs, the start of her family
of . more than 5,000,000,000,000.
You will first notice her in your
neal. When you do, swat her.
) ' First, because" the house fly is now
called the "typhoid fly," for it has
GREEK CHURCH
GELEBRRTESEflSTER
SERVICES SATURDAY AND SUN
DAYLOCAL ORGANIZATION
WILL GIVE RECEPTION IN W.
a W. HALL.
Tomorrow, Easter Sunday, the
Greek Anagenisis will observe the
Greek Orthodox Easter at the Greek
Orthodox church, Wright a:.J Reus
streets. There will be two services,
the first at 12 m. Saturday and the
second between 1 and 2 Sunday. All
the Greek stores will be closed Sun
day after the second mass at 3 p. m.
The association will give a recep
tion t W. O. W. hall Sunday after
noon and all the Greeks of the city
are invited fc attend, bringing their
friends as welL
BLUEJACKET SAYS HE TOOK )
BICHLORIDE OF MERCURY
A bluejacket, giving his name as
Ray Walsh of the monitor Tallahas
see, swallowed ' some bichloride of
mercury tablets at a late hour last
night, while on South Baylen street.
He was taken into a hore nearby for
treatment, and had practically recov
ered this morning. . .
NORTHWEST BEAUTY OFFICIAL HOSTESS
AT CONSULAR SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
: . V-: : :
. . "
'Si
MRS. EDGAQ PROCHNIK
Though she is younger than many of the society Euds she entertains,
Mrs. Edgar Prochmk, wife of the
west, serves as official hostess at
consular department, which jsjocated in St. Paul, Minn. She is an Amer
ican girl and noted for her beauty. '
IN NATION-WIDE FLYLESS CITY CAMPAIGN
LIFE CYCLE
been proved to spread much of -our
typhoid fever, as well as cholera in
fantum, dysentery, tuberculosis, spi
nal meningitis and many other dis
eases. Secondly, because a fly cannot lay
eggs until after it has had a meal of
rich food like milk, eggs or meat. It
is important then that you keep a
swatter handy in the kitchen. Also
keep all foods covered against flies.
One fly can bring death to a whole
family by contaminating food with
VESSELS CARRIED
FUG - HALF-MASTED
SHIPS OF FOREIGN NATIONS IN
THE BAY WERE IDLE DURING
GOOD FRIDAY NO WORK IN
THE HARBOR.
Practically every foreign vessel in
the bay yesterday carried their flags
at half mast, in commemoration of
Good Friday. The flag of the S. B. A.
station was also half-masted and
there was no work in the organized
labor circles of the harbor.
The two German and Austrian
steamers, which have been anchored
here two years, did not forget the
date, but carried their colors half
masted as well.
f
DIED
CALDWELL. Mrs. Mamiella Cald
well died at her home, 313 W. Zar
ragossa street Friday morning at
3:40 o'clock. The deceased was a
resident of Pensacola for 46 years.
The funeral services will be con
ducted by Father Massey Sunday
evening at 4 o'clock at St. Joseph's
church. Interment will be in St.
Michael's cemetery.
X'
:iv:
Austro - Hungarian - consul of the north
all the public social functions of the
rXM HAY MAGGOT
I i!S DAY STAGE Vl
5 DAYS I
L LATER Y I
IT BEGINS PUPA STAGE j
VOt H T0 LAY 5 DAYS
EGGS r
j
FLIES!
.OF A FLY
disease germs. Five thousand germs
of tuberculosis have been found in a
fly speck deposited on food by a fly
that had fed on the sputum of a con
sumptive.
Flies also transmit germs to our
food by means of their hairy feet and
by their proboscis or the sacking tube
with which it laps up liquid food.
(Dr. Dawson's second lesson in
"Fly Fighting" will be printed to
morrow.) REVIVAL SERVICES
TO CLOSE SUNDAY
SERIES OF MEETINGS CONDUCT
ED FOR PAST TWO WEEKS AT
GADSDEN STREET CHURCH,
COME TO END.
Announcement is made that the in
teresting series of revival meetings,
which have been conducted at the
Gadsden Street Methodist church for
the past two weeks, will be brought
to a close on Sunday, the final service
to take place at 7:45 o'clock, when
Rev. Mr. Rice, the pastor, will be
heard.
The meetings have been crowned
with much success, and have interest
ed many people in taking an active
part in church life, of whatever de
nomination they chose. All who have
signified their intention of joining the
Gadsden Street Methodist church will
be received into the care of that
church at the morning service, which
will also be conducted by Rev. Sir.
Rice. The service will be followed
by the infant baptism.
Rev. Mr. Chalker, of Demopolis,
who started this helpful service, re
ceived word a few days ago that his
wife was quite ill, and left Thursday
night. The pastor therefore, conduct
ed the last few meetings.
A CREDITABLE
ENTERTAINMENT
(Special Staff Correspondence.)
DeFuniak Springs, April 21. One
of the most creditable theatrical en'
tertainments ever given by local tal
ent in this town was that witnessed
at the Chautauqua Auditorium to
night. The performers were pupils
of the DeFuniak High School and the
play was a catchy drama entitled
"Won by Wireless." The pupils tak
ing part in this splendid entertain
ment showed exceptional histrionic
talent and special training of the
highest class.
The entertainment tonight marked
the beginning of the closing exercises
of the DeFuniak High School. The
exercises will be continued at inter
vals until the last of next week.
This school is closing one of the
most successful sessions in its his
tory.
Washington Awaits
Word From Scott
Continued from Fur Co.)
for a withdrawal of American troops.
The progress of the Felix Diaz rev
olution, which is reported to be grow-
ing in the Carranza section of Mex
ico, is being watched here anxiously.
OPERATIONS AGAINST MEXICO
ARE BEING HURRIED
Columbus, April 21. Preparations
to continue operations in Mexico
from this base were put under way
here tonight. It is said they would
continue pending the outcome of con
ierence between uenerais scott and
Fuiiston at San Antonio. Two heavily
laden motor trains, consisting of
twenty-seven trucks, each left for the
front tonight. The erection of the
barbed wire stockade for Villa pris
oners was completed tonight.
YOUR SICK CHILD
IS CONSTIPATED !
LOOKjTTOHGUE
HURRY, MOTHER! REMOVE
POISONS FROM LITTLE STOM
ACH, LIVER, BOWELS.
GIVE "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF
FIGS" IF CROSS, BILIOUS OR
FEVERISH.
No matter what ails yjnr child, a
gentle, thorough laxative should al
ways be the first treatment given.
If your little one is out-of-sorts,
half -sick, isn't resting, eating and
acting naturally look, Mother 1 sea if
tongue is coated. This is a sure
sign that it's little stomach, liver and
bowels are clogged with waste. When
cross, irritable, feverish, stomach
sour, breath bad or has stomach
ache, diarrhoea, sore throat, full of
could, give a teaspoonfcl of "Cali
fornia Syrup of Figs," and ia a few
hours all the constipated poison, un
digested food and sour bile gently
moves out of its little bowels with
out griping, and you h;vve a well,
playful child again. 1
Mothers can rest easy after giv
ing this harmless "fruit laxative,"
because It never fails to cleanse the
little one's liver and bowels and
sweeten the stomach and they dearly
ove its pleasant taste. Full direc
tions for babies, children of all ages
and for grown-ups printed on each
bottle.
Beware of eoxmterfelt fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for a EO-cent bot
tle of "Calif ornia , Syrup of Figs;"
then see that it is made by the "Cali
fornia Hg Syrup Compat y." XcTv.
Germany Will Give
American Note Attention
(Continued from Par On.)
today the government's willingness to
return to the German embassy all the
papers seized in New York with the
arrest of Wolfe von Igel, which Count
von BernstorfF will identify as of
ficial. Photographs of the seized doc
uments have been made and will -be
retained.
Count von Bernstorff has protested
vigorously against the taking of the
papers and it was said tit the state
department that Secretary Lansing
was considering the necessity of an
official apology. Should the Ambas
sador assert that all the document are
official, it is understood that they
will all be returned to him, but It
was said to be the present Intention
of officials to keep all the photo
graphic copies. Officials were inter
ested today in learning if Count von
Bernstorff would declare any docu
ments to be the property of the Ger
man embassy. The papers were said
to disclose several subject of an un
usual nature which had not before
come to the attention of this gov
ernment. Definite conn;ction with
the German embassy would be con
firmed, it was said, by a declaration
that the documents are official. If
none of the documents txe declared
official, it was understood the United
States will use them all in the prose
cution of von lgel, his associates and
possibly others as yet unnamed.
Whether Secretary Lansing would
send a note to Ambassador Bernstorfl"
expressing regret for the. seizure was
not announced, but such fi ction is be
lieved probable. It also was suggest
ed that' the state department might
delay action until the result of the
submarine dispute with Germany as
sumed a definite state.
District Attorney Marshall later
announced that he had txien directed
to forward the originals of the Vb
Igel papers to the state department
and that the request would be com
plied with. Photographic copies have
already been sent to Waslungton.
.
ce Cold To
'Wels
We have Installed an ice
humidor for ice cold towels.
This humidor is the only
one in the city and is abso
lutely sanitary. v
Children's Hair Cutting
. We have a separate parlor
for children. This , depart
ment is very convenient for J
mothers , who wish to : wait
for the children.
Six Experienced Barbers On
Duty Every Day
Your Patronage Solicited.
Collins Bros. Barber Shop,
204 S. Palafox Phone 1473
The journal's "Want Ad
way will get you results, ,
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