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THE PkiACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1917.
Our Shoes Are Winners If you're' in the race for comfort, our shoes will give you the right footing the foundation; and for style well, just look at them, every pair will give any man sat isfaction. S6 to $9 Everything else that men and bovs wear. rTcilmWmte Store Try N T Tetley s when next you order tea, the finest grade tea possible to be had. Coming direct from the mountain tea gar dens of India and Cey lon, packed in air tight, rust - proof packages, assures its purity and freshness. Impurities cannot get in the flavor can not get out. Ask Your Grocer. The Lewis Bear Co. Wholesale Distributer. HEW REGULATIONS E ISSMCMDER In an effort to clear up some mis understanding which has arisen over the procedure in the cases against those men who . ..are liable for ser vice under the selective draft, and who have not reported for examina tion, the Department of Justice has issued the following statement through the district attorney's office here: It has been determined by the Pro vost Marshal General that persons who fail to appear for their physical examination after haying received notices to do so from the local boards, by such failure, waive their right to physical examination and are accepted by the board without such examination. Their names will be certified t the district boards as chosen by the local boards for the National Army. If they do not then appear to claim exemptions, they will waive thereby their right to such exemptions as they might have claimed, ad their names will be certified by the district boards to the adjutant generals for their respective states as persons for the National Army. The adjutant general will then mail them a notice to report for duty at a specified time and place, and such notices will be given pub licity according to the regulations of the Conscription Act Such persons then become subject to military authorities at the tima designated by the adjutant general for them to report. Should they fail to comply with this notice, they become deserters from the Army, and will be treated as such by the military au thorities. It is, therefore, a matter of vital concern not so much to the govern ment as to the persons themselves to see that they give the correct address for their notices to be mailed to them. Should they fail to comply with these notices after receiving them, they become automatically drafted without regard to physical examination or to exemption or discharge. Here the official statement from the department ends, but as supple mentary information the local office states that the punishment for de sertion from the army in time of war is death- GERMANY'S OWN PICTURES OF U-BOAT IN ACTION This is Your Business for, without your par ticipating and patron age, this organization can not exist. EMPIRE Laundry "Where Linen Lasts" l a Enjoy a Dip in the Beautiful Waters of Pensacola Bay Go This Afternoon at 2:30 Edmundson's fast launch service is at your command. We operate eleven fast cabin and opeif launches expert men in charge. Bathing ' privileges from aboard the boat. Phone 204. Capt. Bennie Edmundson I DIED V W- . -v. V Geraldlne Farrar In "Joan the Wmi 5S t 4 '-5. vi , cc MRS- EUNICE CARROLL. Jlrs. Eunice Carroll, who died last nipht, will be buried at 2 o'clock this afternoon at St- Michael's cemetery. Funeral will take place from the home. iBUlld5 UD a vourystemandTJuis a-wall 13 arounayour health'and vital. 5 ity,keepingyou free from th attacks of malaria, btopsoldf t 4 '.fashioned "ChilUind Few" arid I K ' reiievesp.dizziness. Jieadache w . . . .. - m ana constipation. wninc Monry tauaaea yet (el o Bcacol Ufc WTfce BEHRENS DRUG CO., V..T. Al Mi. UIA 'U"l f Cm t IF TT CUITS MANY AUTOS E REPORTED STOLE! Tensacola is not the onlv pla where automobiles are stolen from time to time, for reports on file in the marshal's office from all parts of the country indicate that there, is very little trouble to pet hold of and drive of cars of all description. Recent reports received there tell of machines stolen in the north and east, while practically all the south ern states have reports of stolen cars on file at this and other points. BLACK GAMBLERS OFFER PLEA GUILTY Eleven neero gamblers were ar raigned for plea in the court of rec ords special session yesterday morn ing, and they were all piven the- same fine, that of $10 and costs or 45 davs. These were the onlv defendants to appear in yesterday's session, and as they were all charged with the same offense, and all pleaded at one time, it did not take long for the court to dispose of the ca?es. First photograph from Germany since America entered war, showing a su'jmarine running full tilt on sur face, and (below) submerging, with onlj one deck gun awash. In the uppor photp note the long guns the boat carries. These pictures wer taken bv the government for use in its propaganda at home, m praise of the heroism of its underwater crews as they go about their murderous work. EC If 'I 5c, 10c, 15c Today, Saenger Amusement Company Present 5c, 10c, 15c EDWARD LANGFORD and GERDA HOLMES In "THE IRON KING" A WORLD BRADY. MAL)E FEATURE, , BASED ON A THEME, "CAN A YOUNG WIFE STAND EVERYTHING?" Th? yTt of a snarrv- rnodern story you'll likf. abcvit nerl you'll recognize, told in Rrippine Myi Spier, dully acted, notaMv staged. An . exceptional production. MRS. VERNON CASTLE In -SUNSET FALLS'' "PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACM' (Christie Comedy, TOMORROW SPECIAL BEN WILSON and PRISCILLA DEAN IN A POWERFUL PHOTO DRAMA OF SOULS AT BAY "Even As You and I" The clnemasterplece of the season. -A gripping portrayal of an ex. traordlnary human interest story. i sr..-" . c! r o-,x3?i VICTOR MOORE m "EGGED ON" ISIS Paramount Sreen Magazine V Geraldlne Farrar In "Joan the Woman"' i ! c 1 l-W".MWi,..-.r- MUCH 1HTEBEST II! DON'T FORGET TO Phone 647 HALLMARK TRANSFER CO. When in Need of Haul ing of Any Kind. Daily Weather Report U. S- Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau. Charles, F- Martin, Chief. rVnsacola, Fla., Aug. 24, 1917. Pensacola's Temperature Data. Day temperatures in Aug. usually rise to 87 degrees. Night temperatures in Aug. usual ly fall to 75 degrees Highest temperature yesterday, 00 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday, 74 degrees. Pensacola's Rainfall Data. Rainfall for 24 hours ending 7 p m , .0 inches. Normal rainfall for the month ol Aucr.. 7.16 inches. Total rainfall this month to 7 p. m., 7.!2 inches. Total deficiency this year to July 31st. f If) inches. Continued interest is being mani fest h,v a large number of colored people in the district conference and Sunday School Convention which is being held jdaily at St. Mark's A- M. E. Z. church, at the corner of Brain ard street and Eighth avenue. Friday's session was a business meeting, the sermon preceding the hearing of reports being delivered by Rev- Graves- Church reports showed that the continued exodus of colored people to the north had very little The Mystery of the Double Cross,' Sun S3 A 5c -EDDI E TODAY 10c POLO and PRISCILLA DEAN In "THE PLUNDER" ?C TOMORROW 10c BILLIE WEST "THE VILLAIN" PHIL DUNHAM In 'BLACKMAIL and BLACKBOARDS'" (Iv-Kn Comely) 'LOVE I" AND 'OGV i "fiiTvi - : In FLATHEADS and FLIVVERS'" (Vitapraph t'otned ) iiiii i. i nnjl In The Mystery of the Double Cross.' Sun MUTT AND JEFF "THE CHE.ESE TAMfcRS" MOLLY KINO THE GIRL IN NUM3ER E FID S5 In the recorder's court yesterday morning. Fred Scroggins. a negro. effect on the general condition of the who fishes for a living, was fined $." churches as a whole. i for being cruel to his horse, the ne- j Weather I Stations: 7 p.m. Tem- '.Precip perature' itation !24 hri clear 88 clear 7rt . . . . 78 Miss Tarbell At Desk in War Work IV. The M.&O. On ti Square. Within Eaay Ro 90 KvwywlMr. L. E. NOBLES & CO., Aom Hart Schaffner & Marx, and Kirschbaum Suits. "Youf Money" Worth or Your Monty ck." on South Plfw Street. Phone 70 Anson's Shoe Store Let us do your Shoe Re pairing. Get our price and save the difference. 19 South Palafox Street. G c, i ' 'j&PS IDA. N Abilene, Atlanta, Boston, clear Buffalo, cldy 64 Baltimore, cldy 76 Chicago, cldy 60 Denver, e'ear 82 Galveston, pt. cldy... 84 Green Bay, cldy 72 Hatteras, clear 80 Huron, clear 74 Jacksonville, pt. cldy. 86 Kansas City, clear . . 76 Knoxville, clear .... 74 Louisville, clear .... 71 Memphis, clear 78 Minneapolis, clear . . 68 Mobile, clear 86 Montgomery, clear . . 82 New Orleans, pt. cldy. 88 7 high! ending p m.l est 7 lyes-1 p. la I'diy I 02 82 86 Large numbers of people are at tending the sessions, and the church is taxed to accommodate them- Many of the foremost colored citizens of Fensacola are attending regularly, and are favoring the conference- with advice and addresses. FOR SALE One l.Vton Schooner, completely equipped with canvas for extra tuit of sails. Also one 17 foot launch with six horsepower Gray motor, first class condition. All at a bargain if sold at once- Will 6ell for cash, on time or will trade. Owner leaving city and cannot give further attention to operating. Address "R," P. O. Box 464, City, or call at 16 S. Palafox St. 25aug3 gro, according to the officer, having administered a sound beating to the animal - MOW FOK THE rTNOCtt OUT .02 New York. pt. cldv. . . 71 North Tlatte, clear . . 80 Oklahoma, clear .... 86 Palestine, clear 84 Pensacola, clear .... 83 Phoenix, pt. cldy Pi Pittsburg, clear .... 11 Portland, Ore. clear. 88 St. Louis, clear 7fi Salt Lake City, clear. 88 San Francisco, cldy.. r8 Sheridan, clear 84 Shreveport, clear ... 84 Tamna. pt. cldv 82 Toledo, cldy 60 72 ' Washington, pt. cldy. 74 88 W'llliston, clear 80 84 Brownsville .rlcar. 20.00. NE. Corpus Christi, clear. 20.00. SE-12 Galveston, pt. cldv.. 20.02. SE. New Orleans, pt. cldy , 20.86. S. Burwood. dear. 20.86. W'. Mobile, clear. 20.84, NW. Pensacola. clear, 20.85. Wr-12. Apalachicola. pt. cldv.. 20.80, W. Tampa, pt cldv.. 20.88. V. Miami, cldv., 20.96, SY. 88 66 86 02 r.ti 86 78 02 80 82 80 82 70 02 88 02 82 84 88 88 on 104 78 00 80 00 62 00 86 86 .01 06 Ida Tarbell, always a tireless worker, is shown here busy at her most important task. At her desk in the Council of National Defense, where she is a member of the wom en's committee, she is giving valu able service in helping direct women's j numberless war activities- ARE YOU UNLUCKY? Most sickness is traced to careless ness or neglect, but unfortunates who suffer from hay fever or asthma can attribute their ailments to bad luck. In August the air is full of pollen and dust that cause trouble for some yet others are never bothered. No remedy does more to relieve hay fever and asthma than Foley's Honey and Tar, the well known family medi cine for coughs, colds and croup. It clears and sooths the afflicted nose, throat and bronchiel tubes- D'Alem berte's Pharmacy. Adv. IN LOW PRICED STRAWS Out They Go Any Straw Hat in the House, values up to $3, Your Choice for S1.00 As . everyone knows, the style and quality of V. it V. Straws, as a result of extreme care used in making selec lions a casual glance is all that is necessary to convince one of the re markable values at this extremely low price. n all Panamas and Leghorns And you can go still further in the matter of saving if you wish. One of our Keep Cool, Pop lin, Pongee or Tropical weight Worsted Suits is a good, investment any hot dav in the rear. "BETTER CLOTHES" i inn i.ji . ii in ii iwn ii hi iiiiniia - . V 'J TO NEW ORLEANS ' FOR ESCAPED NEGRO Deputy C. G. Hartsfleld, represent ing the sheriff, left lai.! night for New Orleans, where ho will take in custody and return to the Fcainbia county, jail a ngro named Harold Oliver, wanted in this county :is a fugitive from jutic and who broke away from the convict gang a fe. months airo Oliver hu a sentence of one year on the rounty road hang ing over him. only a portion of which he had ecrved whf n h made his get away. Upon being returned he will be compelleld to .rve out the unex pired sentonr in addition to a p"n alty whirh is coining to him as a voluntary escape- This name in. Oitohrr last made a getaway anl was at liberty for several weeks before- honig -taken. He was sent. up for t h f t of a large number of sacks from the (arv Com pany- FOR CHRONIC. SORE UYF.S Use Hollan.s 'Fyewater. Absolutely Painless, cure.-, in 21 to .18 hours Sold by all Druggists Trier 'J.'.m- pel bottle. No cure no pay adv. The Journal's . "Want Aq columns is a first -class me off "JOE'S'lARKETGROCERY J. C. HORNE, Proprietor. GARDEN AND ALCANIZ STREETS. PHONE 602 With my string of fresh Western Meats, I can serve you better and save you more than the ordinary meat market. Buying for cash in large quantities, and sell- ing for cash at prices that mean quick turn-overs, is responsible for this. ORDER TODAY FOR SUNDAY DINNER. All kinds of fresh Steaks, Roasts, Chops, Brisket Stew and Veal. Also Sweet and Irish Potatoes, Cab bage, Peas, Etc. HERE ARE SOME PRICES: Chickens, Young Friers, per pound 30c Chickns, Fat Hens, per pound 22c Eggs, per dozen 40c Butter, per pound ........ 45c Boiled Ham, Sliced, per pound 50c Snap Beans, per quart 10c FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. LADIES A DIME GENTS A QUARTER BEST OF ORDER ! Fairchild's Orchestra ecial Dance W e fo " Oil llull fit Aug. nic THE ARMY AND NAVY BOYS ARE INVITED WHERE THE DANCING IS EE ST I THERE'S ALWAYS A CROWD AT THIS POPULAR BALL. i m0