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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL?, SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 20, 1917.
THREE v HERALD SQUARE HERALD SQUARE HOTEL 34th ST, OF BROADWAY NEW YORK EVERY comfort anJ ience. On direct car line from all R. R. Stations and Ferries Two minutes walk to the finest shops and theatres. ROOMS t 125 with privilege of bath $1.50 per day 75 with private shower hath $2.00 per day 150 with private hath $2.00 and up Oub Breakfast 25e up Special Luncheon 60c Dinner a la carte at moderate prices J. Fred Sayera Managing Director THE PLAZA HOTEL 102 East Government. Facing Plaza- Ferdinand VII. Newly remodeled and thoroughly renovated -throughout. Catering to the tourist and commercial trav eler. Clean and homelike comfort without extravagance. ' Rate. 60c per day and up. Monthly rates If desired. J. B. LAWSON, Prop. Notice to Ice Consumers! Our wagons are equipped with scales and consumers will please exact cor rect weight and report any discourtesy of drivers to office ohones 69 or 261. Pensacola Ice Company BUY Gonzalez Corn Meal AT YOUR GROCERS. A One table meal ground in Pensacola of the choicest milling corn. M. F. Gonzalez & Co., Pensacola. Fla. THE FLORIDATOWN. FERRY PASS FERRYBOAT , . .... -"FRESHWATER r,P. , On the Spanish Trsll Route on regular schedule as follows: Lreave Ferry Pass, 7 and 10 a. m., 2:30 and i p- m. Leave Floridatown. S to 11 au m., J.30 and C p. m. Special trips will be made as required. J. R. M. GATES. FISHER-BROWN. We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919. WILSON-BIGGS CO. "The Sportsman's Store" Established Over 21 Years. Arms, Cycles, Tackle, Etc. The Personal Writing Machine CoromA Reynalds Music House L. E. NOBLES & CO., Aeem Hart Schaffner & Marx, and Kirschbaum Suits. Yeur Honey's WertH or Yeur Money etc 108 East Wright Street LOOK FOR THIS SIGN I Pryor's Closing Out Sale Furniture at Factory Cost O. M. Pryor Furniture Co. 1. 81. 23 West Garden Street. WATCH WINDOWS POSS' New Dry Goods Store SI South Pasfox Street. FORCHEIMER'S FASHION SHOP - The Store for Women' PUPILS STRIKE POLICE ON GUARD New York, Oct. 18 The police to day continued to guard the four pub lic schools on the upper East side where several thousand pupils went ontrike yesterday as a protest against the so-called Gary system of school administration which has been made an issue in the local mayoralty campaign. Trouble started when pickets at tempted to prevent boy. pupils from going to their classes. Several boys who refused to be influenced by the pickets were beaten and their books were taken from them and carried to a vacant lot and burned. The strike leaders gained hundreds of recruit?? at the noon recess and joined in a parade to Central Park where a demonstration was held that brought out police reserves and re sulted in several hundred pupils be ing herded into automobile trucks and forced to return to their respec tive schools. When classes were dismissed for the day many parents of pupils were at the doors of the school houses and at the first sign of disorder fought the police who intervened. Despite frantic attempts to prevent arrests, the police rounded up a dozn of the ring leaders. I 8 TVTAXWELL House VX is beyond doubt the largest selling and best liked high-grade coffee in the South. People who know good coffee insist on Maxwell House. Wherever you go in the South you will find MAXWELL HOUSE And youH always find the quality and purity the same. It is served at the best hotels, restaurants, resorts, clubs, iu dining cars and homes. No prmmiamt, bat full raue coffmm Tell your grocer you want Maxwell House. Put up in sealed tins whole, ground (steel cut) or pulverized. EnjoyMaxulIHoaTea.Too CHEEK-NEAL COFFEE CO. Naakrille Jackmville ' Howtoa Bifbiasml FRECKLES AND HIS lyC.rWriJ3Y NOW. JjiWC WuriRY Now. com off II TO BED -PEELVOUR. ) IP I ( Wife BE FOB E" VOO EATT I KurioSitv SSK POSTPONE THE RED CROSS THEATRICAL DAY IN COUNTRY Red Cross Theatrical Day, which was to have been observed through out the country on October 26th. has been postponed until December 7th. This postponement was made by Henry P. Davison, chairman of the Red Cross War Council, and A. L. Erlanger, whom Mr. Davison has ap pointed National Cnairman for Theatre Day, in order not to divert attention from the Liberty Loan Campaign. Red Cross Theatrical Day was placed far ahead on the calendar, so that even advance announcements might not interfere in the least with the bond sale. The entire receipts of many thea ters throughout the country, as well as the salaries of many patriotic actors for that day, will be contri buted to the Red Cross War Relief Fund. A number of theatres are planning special performances for the occasion. The theatrical profession has al ways been in sympathy with any work along broad humanitarian lines and the Red Cross Has profited by the generosity of actors on many oc casions. At a pageant given :re cently in New York, nearly one hun dred "headliners" participated,'" and about $50,000 was raised for the Red Cross fund. . Under Mr. Erlanger's direction, over 250 of the most prominent theatrical managers throughout the country have already volunteered to give their entire receipts to the Red Cross on that day, and to co-operate with Mr- Erlanger in extending the general observance of tne. day throughout the country. Leading New York theatrical man agers have " been organized into a committee, including Marc Klaw, David Belasco, Lee Shubert, .George M. Cohen.. Sam H. Harris, Henry W. Savage, Oliver Morosco, Charles Dil lingham, Arthur Hammerstein, Flor enz Ziegfield, Marcus Loew, E. F. Albee, Martin Beck, Alf7Hayman. A. H. Woods. Comstock, Elliot and Gest, Selwyn and Co., John D. Wil liams, and Cam Scribner. Theartical leaders throughout the country are co-operating with local Red Cross authorities in making the undertaking a nation wide success. SECURES RELEASE L. W. Bird, white, said to have bee ft an attache of ,the Barnum & Ba'.ley circus, was arrested a couple o"f days .igo by a special officer and charged with being a dangerous and suspicious character. There was no specific charge placed against him. but the officers were endeavoring to look into his past. The "blanket charge," therefore, was placed oppo site his name on the police blotter. Yesterday morning his case was not d sposed of, ai.d he later in the day engaged counsel, taking his case on habeas corpus proceedings before Judge C. M. Jones, of the court of record, and in this manner succeeded in obtaining his liberty, the court holding that the showing of evidence against the prisoner was insufficient to detain him longer and directed that h'S be released. Should other evi dtnee be adduced against him. how ever, he will be re-arrested. SIX PLEAD GUILTY IN COURT RECORD Five negroes pleaded guilty in the tourt of record yesterday to charges of gambling, and Judge Jones im pose! a fine of $5 and costs Or thir ty days on each one of them. Another defendant charged with voluntary escape, was given an ad ditional thirty days to his original sentence. This was a negro named McCarthy, who had strayed away :rum hVs custodians. FRIENDS DOM OFF ON HABEAS CORPUS M0V11E ACTRESS UEBOS- You kaEviea Tuoo6ar PENSACOLA YOUTH ADMITTED TO BAR D. Webster Berry, 21 years of age, was one of twenty candidates for ad mission to the bar, at the examina tion held in Tallahassee this week, and yesterday afternoon this young man received a telegram from Clerk Whitfield, of the Florida Supreme court, announcing that he had suc cessfully passed the test. Mr. Whit field nonveyed his congratulations to the young man. Young Mr. Berry is a Pensacola boy, born and raised in this city, and has shown an aptitude for law. Three years ago he entered as office boy at the office of Judge John C. Avery, and at night attended business col lege, acquiring the knowledge of stenography. In his spare moments he studied law, and the result of this application of mind has its culmi nation as reported in the wire from Tallahassee yesterday, and his friends are congratulating him. Why Colds are Dangerous. It is not only the serious diseases that so often start with a cold that makes a cold, the most dangerous of the minor ailments, but the fact that when a child has a cold he is much more likely to contract germ diseases such as scarlet fever and diphtheria. For this , reason every coid should be gotten rid of as quickly as possible. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has gained a wide reputation for its quick cures of bad colds. You will look a long time before you find a better preparation for that disease. NEGROES ENGAGE Dave Marshall, colored, arrested and placed in the city jail yesterday morning, was in the afternoon, for mally charged with assault with in tent to murder, and Constable Jones will probably take him in charge this morning, for he held a warrant for his custody in the county. : Marshall and another negro named Kance Ferguson, had some trouble yesterday, with the. result that Fer guson's head was badly lacerated with some missile which Marshall is said to have hurled at him. One itiitw! on Fercruson was iust above the eye, the frontal one being crush er! so harflv that he had to be con veyed to the Pensacola hospital for treatment. Marshall was not aiiowea bond, as Ferguson's condition was re gard d as serious. WORTH THEIR WEIGH IN GOLD- "NT man r . Ho his best when suf fering from backache, rheumatic pains, swollen joints, sore muscles or other symptoms ot Kiarev trouDe. is. H. Stone, 840 N. 2nd St., Reading, Pa., writes: "I contracted a most trouble. I Grad ually grew worse anJ for months was unable to attend to Dusiness- i oe gan to use Foley Kidney Pills and soon found the pains were gone and I have had no aches since. They have been worth their weight in gold to m.'' D'Alemberte's Pharmacy adv. WOULD ASSASSINATE EXPLORE7R AND CREW Chicago, Oct. 18. Doctor Fred erick Coon, the arctic explorer, and his crew of nineteen sailors, were among those marked for assassina tion by leaders directing the alleged plot to forment a revolution in India to embarrass Great Britain during the war, according to testimony giv en by a Hindu priest at the trial of Gustave Kaconsen, a wealthy Chicagoan, and three co-defendants charged with conspiracy. IF THE BABY OR YOUR CHIL DREN HAVE SORE EYES Use Hollan's Eyewater. Cures in from 24 to 48 hours. Sold by all Druggists. Price 25c per bottle. No cure, no pay. Adv. Medicines That Aid Nature Most Rffrtiil- As a general rule the medicines that aid Nature are most effectual. Phamriprlain's Cmurh Remedy' acts on this plan. It loosens the cough, re lieves the lungs, opens the secretions and aid3 Nature in restoring the sys tem to a healthv condition. When you have need of such a medicine give it a trial. You will never re gret it.-?-Adv. N S HE NEVER DISOBEYED HIS DAD. Y dlD YOU ".PEEL WWT : m American city o.i... . i- k - i s i t l v i a II r "tOUW AVWLC ' j T i' a IU J TOLD YOU To BEFfcfcEJ FOOTBALL TODAY AT MAXENT The high school will play the Pen sacola "Collegiates" in Maxent park this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the second game of football of the local season. The Collegiate team is composed of some of the older football players of the city, and will no doubt prove formidable opponents for the new high school eleven. The high school has played only one game tkis sea son, that being last Monday against Palmer College, which resulted in a victory for the locals. There will be no admission charges for the game this afternoon, and a large attendance is expected. SAFE, SURE AND SPEEDY RELIEF.- For Headache, Neuralgia and Rheu matic pains, try Hollan's Headache Tablets. Price 10c and 25c per bot tle. Sold by all druggists. adv. HEALTH OF SAILORS AND SOLDIERS DISCUSSED Washington Oct. 18 Protection of American soldiers and sailors health was discussed here at a second ses sion of the American Public Health Association- CI the navy said, "Hazards of men of wc navy were less than those in civil lite, the mortality ratio being eight ?n one thousand fnr Hie -naxrv agamst seventeen and eight-tenths in ten inousana m country at large. JL PARK J. P. REMICH &, SONS "THE STORE THAT SATISFIES" SATURDAY 1 oc iu i t ; -j-iu. sacs uommo sugar ...ii.tio 10-lb. sack Domino Sugar 95c 5-lb. sack Domino Sugar .50c Powdered Domino Sugar, 2 1-lb. pkg. . .25c Confectioner's Domino Sugar, 2 1-lb. Pkg . ... ..25c Old Fashion Brown Sugar, 2 1-lb. pkg. . . 25c Granulated Sugar, 10 1-2 lbs .. .S1.00 YDo0i Cane Sugar t Granulated jj Fancy Head Rice, 11 lbs $1.00 Blue Rose Rice, 12 lbs ..$1.00 Irish Potatoes, per peck 45c American Cheese, per lb .30c Swiss Cheese, per lb. 35c Pure Tomato Catsup, 8 1-2 oz. bottle 10c Sweet Potatoes, Porto Ricans, peck ...35c Fancy Apples, peck 60c Cox Gelatine, Instant, 3 pkgs 25c Quaker Oatmeal, 3 pkgs 35c Quaker Cornflakes, pkg 10c Compound Lard, lb. 20c Supreme or Clearbrook Butter, per lb. .42c Premium or Supreme Reg. Hams, lb 32c Swift Premium Oleo, lb . .S2lA'c Swift's Lincoln Oleo, IK ...27c Mazola Cooking Oil, pint cans 30c Pancake or Buckwheat Flour, 2 lbs 25c Red Beans, lb 15c Lima Beans, lb . '. 17c Grandma Washing Powder, 12 pkgs 55c Crystal White Soao. 12 bars.... ". 5- Wpodchuck Soap, 9 bars 35c Tobacco, Cigarettes, Snuff... 5c andlOc Prompt Delivery by Fast Auto to All Parts of the City. to-days Monnb ACTV&SS 1 1 ARMY D IECRUITING GETS R MEN HERE Six men have been secured by the local army recruiting station this week, bringing Pensacola's average well up among the leaders for the week. Those who have been sent in from Pensacola since Monday are James D. Hart, for the quartermaster's corps; Luther D. Stokes, aviation section signal corps; and Leon N. Lischkoff, aviation signal corps. The following have been enlisted for duty in the stevedore branch, Q. M. C; John McKee, Clarence Morgan, and Archie Crawford, More men are needed at once, and there is an unusual opportunity for white men who have had experience with negroes to become non-com-missiond officers in command of ne gro companies. Several battalions are open for this enlistment, and a large number of men are needed at once. Every other branch of the service is open for enlistment including the aviation section. PNEUMONIA First cell a physician. Then begin hot 4 applications of Linl Bodyguard tn Tew Horn. CK5VAP0R J K, , 5 mi Homos va Don't Miss the greatest oppor . . tunny oi visiting m Watson, Parker & Reese Co., dnnng EDISON Week. Oct 21 to 27. Concerts daily. r TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DYSPEPSIA. TAKE A 0 DYSPEPSIA TABLET BEFOPE AND AFTER EACH MEAL 25c Box. The Crystal Pharmacy. $1 Down, $1 per Week WILL FURNISH A HOME FROM THIS STORE. Pensacola Launch and Machine Company Agency Wlllard Storage Batteries la 'Escambia, Santa Rosa and Walton Cduntlea. Willard Service Station PHONE 602 Herbert-Watkins Printing Company. THE HOME OF 'BETTER PRINTING' Now In-Their New Home. 110, 112 West Intendencla Street. PHONE 931. Ssniple Shoe Store 3 South Palafox. HIGH-GRADE SHOES FOR MEN ANf WOMEN. 40 PER CENT LESS THAN YOU WOULD PAY ELSEWHERE. D'ALEMBERTE'S PEROXIDE CREAM for face massage. Phone 109 "A GOOD DRUG STORE" TURKISH BATHS Pensacola Hospital, $1.00 Ladies 9 a. m. to 12 m. Men 1 p. m. to 9 p. m. U. S. Army Uniforms Tailored to Measure LONDON WOOLEN MILLS 117 South Talafox Street GUARANTEE GARAGE 111 N. Palafox St. Expert Repair Service for ... Batteries and Radiators. R. F. O'Shlelds. ' G E.. Messl; BY BLOSSER LEAAM MOM TO 0ttXM-S6tMJlM KEXT MOK&AV Ui VJlLL CWE PBEE L&SSOMS TO &0Y AM0 61 SIS'. WXTCU THIS StACfc TO-MOiefcOUJ.'t BSH6MBEP. ITS FREE i TWE Guesses