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THE 2NSAC0LA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1917.
HOLD SESSION OF Tilt FEDERAL COURT IT GAINESVILLE. FLU. 1ETEIM5 TO HEAR STIFF 5EITEI1CE IS MEMORIAL SERMON Oil DAVIS BIRTHDAY IMPOSED Oil NORTH GO. 11 TIGER' f United States court officials ex pect to leave on Saturday of this week for Gainesville, Fla., where the forthcoming term of the federal court will be convened Monday morning of next week. Practically the entire 'official family" of the local court will fro along. This includes Judge Wm. 1). Sheppard. District Attorney John L. Neeley, As.-istant District ( Attorney Earl Ho.Tman. Clerk frrecD W. Marsh, Carl T- Hoffman, private I secretary to Judge Slieppard, and United States Marshal Jas. II. Per kins and one or more deputies. Some of those who will leave are within the conscriptlve age, and last evening obtained cards from Circuit Clerk Macgibbon, which they will have filled out so that next Tuesday, when the deputies meet to ok after the important duty assigned them, they will find the absentees properly certificated. it OFFICERS DF ISSIQN Officers in Escambia county to rect the countv organization of di thc food preparedness commission been named, and a list of tnoso have thus far selected were announced in a let tor which reached the city yesterday. Those thus far selected and so noti fied of their respective appointments are as follows : Chairman board of county com missioners J. Geoie White. County superintendent of public instruction A. S. Edwards. Countv demonstration agent C. A. Fulford. County home demonstration agent Miss Lonnie Landrum. Representative of the women's clubs Mrs. John C A"Very. Leading banker P. YGoodhart. Editor of leading newspaper Mrs. Lois K. Mayes, of The Journal. Representative of labor organiza tion James Largue. ! Representative of local farmers'! union L. W. Hardy. NOTICE FOR DRILL. To Members Military Company: You are hereby ordered to appear for drill at the Armory Hall tonight at 7:") o'clock promptly. JAS. C. PHILLIPS, Capt. Commanding. "IN A BAD WAY" Many a Pensacola Reader Will Feel: Grateful for this Information. If your back gives out: Becomes lame, weak or aching; If bladder troubles set in, Perhaps vour kidneys are "in a )al way." Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. Local evidence proves their merit. 1 Mrs, John Campbell, 110 S. DeVi' lier St., Pensacola. says: "I had backache that bothered me greatly and came on without apparent cause. When I stooped, my back gave out and made it hard for me to do my housework. When 1 sat do An for awhile, I became stiff across my ioinsand had to catch hold of some thing to get up from a chair, boxes of Doan's Kidney yjx pnis brought me permanent benefit and strengthened my kidneys and back." Price ."0c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Campbell had. Foster-M llburn Co., Trops., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv ROLLS 71 2c per Dozen, as Good as can be made. BENNETT'S 4C6 WEST BELMONT STREET The Banking Savings & Trust Company THE UPTOWN BANK General Banking On! Trust Con; pny in West FJoridi. 1j u V AND SELL BONDS T. E. Williams & Co. FURNITURE 90 E. Wright. Phcne 1995 Phone 465 Buick Valve-in-Head Pensacola Buick and Motor Cars Supply Company GDI! Veterans of the U. C. V. will as semble at Christ church at 4 o'clock Sundav afternoon in response to an invitation extended by the U- I). C, through the secretary, for the pur pose of hearing a memorial to Jef- lerson Davis, the president of the Confederacy. Covering this function, the following self-explanatory notice has been isrued: Attention Camp Ward, V- C V All members of Camp Ward, U. C. V., are requested to assemble at Christ church on Sunday afternoon, June .'!rd, in accordance with the fol lowing invitation: Florida Division, U. D. C, Pensa cola Chapter N'o. 2r8. Tensacola, Fla., May 14th, 1D17. Dear Veterans of Camp Ward: You are most affectionate y and cordially invited to be present at the memorial service in honor of Jeffer son Davis' birthday, to be held at Christ church, June Cd., at 4 o'clock. Verv trulv vours. IDELETTE "WEST REESE. Seciv'.arv. W- A. PAWLS, Adjutant, order of F. C. BOX I FAY, Acting Commander. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The personal recommendation of people who have been cured of roughs and colds by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy have done much towards making this preparation one of the most popular in use. Adv. BT ASSOCIATHP PRESS. Stockholm, May MO. The peace program of Austrian-German dele gates to the Socialist conference, to be held here, provides for no annexa tions, no indemnities, and restric tions of mechanical means which may be employed in maritime and air warfare. "Protect' Paris, May will be asked Russian Sociabsts. .'!(. The government in the chamber of depu- ties a?li tilde is senate what the official utti toward the attendance of French delegates at the international socialist conference in Stockholm, also whether passports will be issued. Thf conciliation of the French so cialist factions is explained that it is thought not advisable to leave Rus sian socialists delegates. I'.ene with- the German Americans Make Demands. Xew York, May :',0. Resolutions i lfclv,tll,K 4tl unv viinai tinu llflliu- ; cratic peace," and urging th; United States to immediately announce its I war alms, were, passed at what was called the fust American conference. Hillimiit, chairman of the resolutions committee of American socialists, who was refused a passport to the Stokholm conference, introduced the resolution. We demand the coun-i try make peace at tne moment it is announced it aims are achieved and i it shall not carry on a war for terri j torial and imperialistic a nihitions l wun oiner countries, tne resolutions ' veal. Germans Glad. Copenhagen, May MO.- ews of I the decision of the French socialists to attend the Stockholm conference was a source of great sat isf;u-tion to the German delegates. Phtiip Schneidmann, German socialist lead er, said the decision was just what he expected. m LANDRUM DEMONSTRATES AT GOBZALEZ i Miss Lonny Landrum is conducting a three-day institute at the agricul tural school at Gonzalez, one girl from each canning lub, in all aoout Invent y-t':ve, being present. The first session will be devoted to pickles anil tomatoes, the second to yeast bread and quick breads: at the third session M;-s Paschal will give instrictions in home nur--ing. and the fourth will take up peanut butter and peanut dishes as moat substitutes. The entire time will not be devo ted to the class work of the Institute, a program of e n't'.T Ui i n i n r h a r a etc r having been arranged. wTTaautomo bilo rides and picnic dinners adding to the pleasure of tne young students. r 'ONE DISH OF POST TOASTIiES GOT ME SAYS NEVER WERE CORN FLAKES LIKE EM ! SOCIALISTS TO iPEICE MEET i i m i irfii mt in ir t T inr I Eighteen months in the state prison was the sentence imposed on j A- Morasso, the young white man from the northern part of the county ; yesterday morning, when, arraigned ; for sentence before Judge C. Moreno j Jones, he was soundly lectured when he asked that "the court be as light as possible." j Judge Jones, reviewing some of the j points which were brought out in the case, took occasion to remind the de- , fendant that he was going to put a stop to illegal liquor selling, especial ly in county precincts. He reminded Morasso that that defennt had ; twice been before the court on like charges, and that one time, with a I suspended sentence hanging oven him, defendant had boldly undertaken! the sale of liquor. He also had, Judge Jones informed Morasso, brought the ! name of his aged grandmother into j the case, and stopped at nothing with- j in reasonable bounds to attain his: point. Then he imposed sentence, ' adding that neither Morasso nor any i other defendant was in a position to1 expect the court to be light on him when such constant violations of the i law were attempted. Another Defendant Scored. Bob Mack, on the charge of steal ing a hog, pleaded guilty, and when arraigned for sentence, also came in ior tne courts displeasure, juoge Jones informing him that he was j "going to break up this stock steal-i ing in this county anil section," and 1 gave the defendant six months at j hard labor in the countv jail. I Another defendant, giving his name as Greenbury Mack, and a son of the above-named, pleaded guilty, but in the case of the young man sentence was deferred, Judcre Jone3 taking the stand that the son saw his father doing it and followed pre cept. COLORED PLANTER RSISESJGTDRilP Jeff Prvor, colored, residing at 1121 North D street, was among a large number who obtained garden seeds from The Journal seveJjYionths ago, and among those given Jeff were i packets of turnip seeds. These he planted at his home, and the work was done in the last of March, using stable fertilizer in the gardening. Yesterday Pryor, walking into The Journal office, deposited on the coun ter of the business office a turnip, , weighing eighty-eight ounces, 5 1-2 j pounds, with profuse bush and as i solid as could be- He said that he j had more like it, and wanted it par- ticuiarly stated that the seeds came from The Journal office. Government Not to Import Ntrate Now . i Continual Kr in r-i, One.) j surely our government should give a little attention to assisting the fanner to perform his vital task. j "I wish to remind the administra- ' tion and Congress that the farmers can not make bricks without straw any more than could the children ot Israel when in bondage in Egypt." Convent Bill Develops Big: Discussion Osor.linuPil Front Page One.) cnemicai use in manuiactures. it passed both branches within two hours, and will go immediately to the governor. i Primary Hung Up. After debating over the senate amendment to the house primary election bill for an hour and a half, the house finally refused to con'-ur and a conference will probably be appointed tomorrow- The senate amendment is practically an entirely new bill, as it strikes out everything after the enacting clause and inserts ' new matter. Immediately after dis posing of the election bill the house took up the senate substitute for the inspection bill which passed the upper branch this afternoon and immediate ly passed' it, thereby making it a law. An hour and a half was consumed by the senate this morning in consid ering house messages, which con tained about forty local bills passed by that body last night. All were immediately considered, without plac ing on calendar, and returned to the house. Absent Voters Bill. Other house bills were then taken up. The most important probablv is j that known as the absent voters act.) permitting voters to cast their bal- lot in any precinct in the state in j which they happen to be. and to cer- j tify the vote to their home precinct, i The senate also passed a house) bill to allow railroads to make re- i dueed rates for delegates to meetings j of religious bodies, fraternal societies,! educational and other associations, j Reduced Kates. j A bill to correct an error in the i present statutes, which was ruled in-! valid by Judge Campbell in a recent I trial in the circuit court at Fensa-1 cola, prohibits unlawful relations j with unmarried female of previous j chaste character, under the age of IS years. Judge Campbell ruled the j law invalid because of some defect in i the tide, and the present bill is a remedial measure and does not in any J way change the provisions of the old j law. A conference committee on the part of the house to adjnst the dis agreements over the tax bill was ap pointed this morning, and a similar committee will probably be imme diately appointed by the senate. AMERICAN CHICLE COMPANY -. litoria! In the Struggle for WAR TAX BILL IS NEARLY READY TO PASS Washington, May SO. The war tax bill today had assumed nearly its final form in revision of the cne biuion, eight hundred million dollar house measure by the senate finance com mittee. Chairman Simmons an nounced the estimate revenue to be brought in by the bill now totals one billion, four hundred and sixty mil lion. He expected the bill will be introduced bv the niid'il-; of next X - in. T'J:: -PC - .: ''- -rity-"' ' " yviiyS?" - t -y y - ..yy't t--V-v f..yyyy :y.y- yj.:: : ihi. 'i fv'S,-,A'tl'-,V''',':f': -:. yyyyyyy-yyyyyyyyyyyyy. .".'i: -. '$ 1 vS' Vi- .:..- t nn.r.MrA i(i . Av io hiTm mm THE DIS BUSINESS Dp, FRANK CRANI Iii IXiXJILj the i - vriter, whose ion people every day, says: "TtliOS wtlO have to he op to pitch physic ally every minute9 ready for prompt decisive actiosi? chew A A Wealth take care of your Health NEGRO KILLED IN RACE RIOT IN" E. ST. LOUIS East St. Louis, Ills., May SO. One negro was shot and two were beaten by a mob in the renewal of race riots tonight. The mob was dispersed by militia and police. ELL-AM Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onepackage proves it 25c at all druggists. ::::.:::..;j. jP'' f ,. t .xy: , y , ... . v-:-! ' : : y -y:f :: :y- . ::: S . ' ':- . i, y-yy-y-syy si' '- ; , .-. 'yyyyyy-;j. y:i - :.y:i - y a-- '-7-i-L IIIMT-1 I Iff gi r -! l'TT f lip Hi ill - MANS CUM articles reach ten NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the next regular examination for teachers will begin on June 12, 1917, 8 a. m. Exam- I ination for white teachers ! will be held at the J. 1 Lockcv schorw buildncr. and t.-.f --j', ,ro,I t 1-w.,.l V,. 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