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THE PEiSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1918.
nORANGEMENTS FOR
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All This Week!
BEEN COMPLETED
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Arrangements for the patriotic
pageant to be field during Mardi
Gras were completed at a meeting of
the carnival association held last
night.
Tie floats are Hearing completion
and are reported to be the most beau
tiful ever exhibited here. They will
represent the allied nations, .the sub- j
jrcts being America, France, Bel
gium, Great Britain. Italy. Greece
and AH Nations- There will also be
onU bnilt and manned by men of
the marine corps, the navy and the
soldiers at Ft. Barrancas. Officers
of the army and navy and city and
county officials will participate in
the parade, as will the ladies of the
patriotic league. "
Grand Marshal Felo McAllister
and Chairman Jas. A. White, of the ;
parade committee have announced
the following line of march for the 1
parade, which will start promptly at j
three o clock Tuesdav afternoon:
from Garden and DeVillier, east on
Garden to Palafox, south on Pala
fox to Zarragossa, east on Zarra-
gossa to Jefferson, north on Jeffer
son to Government, west on Govern
ment to Palafox, north on Palafox
to Wright, east on Wrieht to Tarra
gona, north to north side of Wright,
west on Wright to Palafox. south
on Palafox to Garden, west on Gar
den to DeVillier.
Music will be furnished by the
nval band, the military band, Deep
Water City band, and the Great
United States Shows band.
Detachments from Ft. Barrancas
and the naval air station will take
part in the parade.
Owing to the fact that rensacola
is the only point enjoying reduced
railroad rates for Mardi Gras a Irrge
attendance is looked for from West
; Florida and Alabama. As the page
ant is to be held in the afternoon,
visitors may return to their homes
the same Tii?ht. This will enable
many to visit Tensacola for Mardi
Gras who otherwise could not do so.
The purpose of the pageant is to
stimulate interest in the war swings i
campaign and in the forth coming j
Liberty loan. With this m view the
army and navy are rooppratino; fully t
in making the celebration a gre?t
success. It is predicted that it will
surpass in beauty anything of the
kind ever attempted in the South
Motion pictures will be made of the
pageant and they will be shown in
theatres throughout the country,
throuerh the medium of the Univers
al current events weekly, thus giving
Jnsarola much favorable and valu
able advertising.
Two names were added to the food
conservation honor roll yesterday
bringing the total for rensacola" to
eight- Enrolling for strict observ
ance of the food regulations i3 for the
period of one week, though nearly all
of those enrolled at present are per
manently enrolled.
The two listed vesterday are:
Mrs. K. Pope Reese.
Mrs. C. F. Zeek.
Others who wish to enroll to assist
the government in saving food for
our allies, and for our own men. are
urged to telephone Miss Helen Carter
Emergency Home Demonstration
agent, at 916. Pledging support
simply means that the meatless and
wheatless days will be observed
strictly.
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ADD TWO NAMES
FOOD SAVING ROLL
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to think of
Tryhis excellent beverage.
Note its economy in sugar ,
time and fuel. . : w
lis delicious taste is much
like the better coffees hut
:ii is pure and drug
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Captain Whisler, murdered four
men at the Camp Funston canton
ment bank, wounded Kearney Wom
an, the cashier, stole about $63,000
and escaped. Later Whisler com
mitted suicide, leaving two notes, one
to a woman. He told her not to
"blame herself" for what he had done
BOARD DIRECTORS
OF THE PET
G.OFG. BE ELECTED
From 9 o'clock this morning until
C o'clock this afternoon the voting
booth in the Chamber of Commerce
will be open and all members of the
organization are expected to visit
the headquarters today and cast their
votes for fourteen men to constitute
the board of directors. At the last
meeting of the outgoing board yes
terday afternoon the report of the
secretary was read, and arrange
ments for the election made. J. E.
Davis Vonge and George W. Howe
were appointed inspectors for the
election.
Tonight at 8 o'clock a general
meeting of the entire membership
will be held in the San Carlos hotel,
when a president will be elected to
succeed Dr. Louis deM. Blocker, who
has announced that he will not be a
candidate for re-election.
The following letter was sent out
to every member yesteday:
Letter to MLemberg
Dear Sir: The annual meeting of
the Chamber of Commerce will be
held at the San Carlos hotel at eight
o'clock p. m. tomorrow, Tuesday,
February 5, 1918.
A report will be made of the activi
ties of the organization during the
past year, which will be followed by
the election of a president and board
of directors to serve during 1918.
Please make a special effort to at
tend this, the mos.t important meet
ing of the Chamber of Commerce
during the year. Any suggestion
you can make at the meeting as to
ways and means whereby the alue
of the service of the organization
to its members, and to the city, will
be welcomed.
Jfou are invited to bring with you
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adding that he had often thought of
committing suicide and had determ
ined to become "a pirate right.'' Upon
regaining consciousness Wornall iden
tified Whisler's body as that of the
murderer.
The loot was found in Whisler's
apartment.
some friend who is a prospective
member of the organization.
Refreshments will be served at the
conclusion of the meeting.
Yours very truly, "
A. R. BECK.
Secretary,
FIND ON CHARGE
VIOLATJGJUBFEW
Virginia Dean, white, arrested at
the instance of Probation Officer Sam
Pinney on a charge of violating the
new curfew law, was fined $25 in the
city court yesterday when testimony
was offered tending to show that the
defendant had accompa.Med a girl not
sixteen, years of aee to the moving
picture shows and thence to a dance,
last Saturday night, the girt reach
ing the home of her aunt, who is
her guardian, after midnight.
It was announced later in the aft
ernoon that the case would likely "Bo
appealed to the circuit court, which
promises a test of the curfew ordi
nance. EVERY MERCHANT TO
SELL THRIFT STAMPS
From the greatest merchant on
Palafox street to the corner vendor
of peanuts, every merchant in Pen
sacola is expected to sell Thrift
stamps and to give Thrift stamps in
change, where customers are willing.
according to Ben S. Hancock, director
of the campaign for this county.
A special effort is being made to
enlist the cooperation of the mer
chants as they come in direct con
tact with the chance purchaser of
the stamp, one who is willing to
buy, and help the government, if. ap
pealed to at the proper time.
Placards have' been received to be
placed outside stores, announcing the
fact that Thrift stamps can be pur
chased there. These will be furnish
ed all dealers who will sell stamps.
nme
free.
1 9 Attractions -
Featire Attraction, Filpko I
One Big Joy and Gala
ARMY-NAUY BODY
WILL MEET TODAY
At fir o'clock this afternoon there
will be a meeting of the Army and
Navy Life Activities Committee in
the Chamber of Commerce, and sev
eral matters of importance are sched
uled for discussion.
While in the city last week, James
Edward Rogers special representative
of the CommisiV; on Training Camp
Activities offered several suggestions
THE OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
By CONDO
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MAT UNITED
Italian Concert
concerning the work here, and these
will probably be discussed at the
meeting this afternoon.
Pensacola To Start
Drive Raising Fund
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ships, good cheer, rnoblizatlon crt
church resources and the like. In ccn
tributingr to provide for the welfare
of tht American soldier and sailor
when he is away from camp In the
community on which he must depend
for his social life during the hard
days of training. EVERY AMERI
CAN WILL, BE HELPING TO WIN
THE WAR.
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Reynalds Music House
EVERLASTING
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The Parlor Market
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Fresh Western Meats,
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Pensacola Boggy Works
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Repair Parte Aooeeeertes
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On the Spanish Trail Route. t
Schedule effective February . 6th. X
Iave Ferry Pasa and 9 a, m. ar.il
1 and 4 p. m.
Ieave Flotldatown 7:30 and 10 30
a. m. and 2 and 5 p. m.
J. R. M. GATES.

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