THE PENSf COLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1918.
How Florida Will Fare
In New Rate Increase
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Remarkable values in
Palm Beach, Mohair and
Cool Cloth with all the
refined touches which
characterize all John
White Store clothes.
Si CARLOS GETS
m WORD OF POAISE
John Mac E. Bowman, proprietor of
the Baltimore, Belmont, Murray Hill,
Maahatton and Ansonla Hotels in
New York City, has written Charles
B. Hervey,, manager of the San Carlos J
Hotel Company of Pensacola, that J.
H. Whitney, executive secretary to
the federal food administrator for
Florida, has sent him a copy of the
menu card of the recent conservation
luncheon of the Pensacola Rotary Club
and Food Administration.
He adds the card is very attractive
and Indicates that the San Carlos,
Hotel Is co-operating with the food
administration and this aid is much
This Is the menu prepared by Man
ager Hervey of the San Carlos Ho
tel at the Rotary Club luncheon last
L week when all meats were excluded.
, nljr by-products being used and po
tatoes were served In various forms.
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Scene in Ambassadorr James W. Gerard's authorized production "My
Four Years i Germany," coming to the Isis Monday for a three day engagement.
of the Condition of
THe Pensacola Home
and Savings Association
OF PENSACOLA, FLORIDA,
MAT 81. 1618.
Cash on hand May 31. 1918....$ 34,511.88
Loans on mortgage security.... 188,244.80
Toans on stock security 32.348.72
tT. 8. Liberty Bonds 10,000.00
Real EstMe 27.8T73.95
Tnie en Installment stock $172,983.15
Paid up stock 71,700.00
Dee. 1, 1917 $17,853.28
Earnings Dec. 1,
1917, to May 31.
1918 M 10.434.92 28.290.20
State of Florida.
County of Escambia, ss:
I. J. H. Bayliss. Secretary of the above
named Association, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief, so help
J. H. BATIJSS, Secretary.
ubscrlbed and sworn to before me this
flay of July. 918.
f Notarial Seal) SAM'L. C. PINNBY.
Correct Attest: Notary Public
K. JVI. CAJIT,
J. S. REESE.
THE "LIFE OF
may be lengthened great-
ly by proper laundering
methods. t It may be
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"halved," by careless
WE ARE CAREFUL
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Bill, IE 5urie Eves- DauKtej?r
At the Isis Today
Ambassador Gerard's "My Four Years
In Germany," at Isis Next Week.
"Somewhere in Germany" at this
moment there Is an aged. If not "an
cient mariner," who rejoices in the
title and honors of Admiral von Tlr
pitz. Everywhere in the civilized
world, outside of the kaiser's empire,
the name of von Tirpitz is associated
with one of the most inhuman acts of
these or any times. For Admiral von
Tirpitz is the man who, under the
kaiser, is responsible for the deaths of
innocent women and children who on
the Lusitanla and other ships Intrust
ed their lives to the fortunes of the
sea, to be mercilessly slaughtered by
this fiendish exempllfier of German
It was Admiral von Tirpitz who first
suggested to his emperor the possi
bilities of the U-boat warfare. It was
Admiral von Tirpitz who was decor
ated by hl3 master for his wholesale
AJd yet von Tirpitz, as shown by
his picture In the photoplay, "My Four
Years in Germany," based upon Am
bassador Gerard's wonderful story of
and Ointment for
AB drnCTt; 0 V fB, Ointment B A 50. Taksm S.
his experiences at the Berlin court,
and as visualized on the screen in a
manner that excite the greatest in
terest, is not a bad sort of man to
look at. In full regalia as he stands
at attention to receive the coveted
decoration from the kaiser he makes
an interesting study for a painter. Or
rigged in the typical costume of a
German boniface, one would not hesi
tate for a moment to intrust one's self
to his care and hospitality.
But the von Tirpitz of history, as
he will be written after the war for
the benefit of posterity, and, if there
is a Just God, will be inscribed on the
Scroll for all eternity, must stand the
acid test df humanity, as the man who
promised his blood-minded master to
bring England to her knees In starva
tion at the end of three months of his
infernal submarine warfare. The time
may come, aye, must come when the
name of von Tirpitz will be the syn
onyf for everything -atrocious and hor
rible. And it is to make such that such
a reputation shall attach Itself to the
name, as well as for othes equally good
purposes that this film story of "My
Four Tears in Germany" will be shown
everywhere in these United States.
See the photoplay at Isis next Mon
day, Tuesday and "Wednesday.
can be controlled more quickly with
GROVE'S BABY BOWEL MEDICINE and
it Is absolutely harmless'. Just as effec
tive for Adults as for Children. Adv.
1010 E. Cervantes St.
A little thing to look
A big thing" to find
Once you try a cup
you'll have no other
The One Hundred
Per Cent Restaurant
Mrs. Joiner's Health Was Com
pletely Broken Gains 35
Pounds and Is Well and
The increase of 25 per cent In freight
rates under the direction of the fed
eral government, says the State Mar
keting Bureau, is not fully understood.
There could be no real objection to a
flat 25 per cent Increase, but some
of the advance, due to the increase in
the; minimum charge for moving cars,
go to more than 300 per cent. Order
No. 28 of the federal railroad adminis
tration makes a minimum charge of
915 for hauling a car. This largely In
creases local hauls, and will be par
ticularly heavy on citrus fruit move
ments in field boxes from groves to
packing houses and equally excessive
in the Sanford and other districts
where less than carlot moves of veg
etables are made between various side
tracks. A meeting .. to discuss the sit
uation was held In Jacksonville by the
Florida Railroad Commission and the
Florida, shippers, and another will be
held at Sanford on Tuesday, July 9, to
which the citrus and vegetable grow
ers of the state are invited.
The cash in advance for freight to
take effect July 1 has been postponed
to August 1. The cash basis order
does not apply to freight shipped by
the United States, the states, counties,
municipalities and the Red Cross, or
on wood shipped for fuel.
The general public is not fully aware
that making railroad freight rates is
something of a Job. Commodities are
accepted by carriers under certain
classifications. These are arbitrary.
One article may have several classifi
cations. These are arbitrary. One
article may have several classifica
tions, depending upon conditions, upon
how It may be packed, etc. The south
ern classification shows 3,392 less-than-carload
ratings, 2,577 carload rat
ings and 3,505 any-quantity rating.
There are two others, the western and
official classifications, rid each con
tains a larger number of ratings than
the Southern. Rate Cvnmittees have
been at work for several years t
bring about uniform descriptions of
the thousands of articles subject to
class' rates, as well ag to uniform pack
ing and container requirements.
The file library of the Interstate
Commerce Commission at Washington
contains thousands upon thousands of
separate rate sheets, in some cases
numbering hundreds or pages each.
Amended and new forms are regular
ly filed by the twelve hundred or more
railroad companies of the country.
The individual rates noted in these
many volumes run into millions. And
with all of these rates there are "dif
ferentials" of one kind and another.
The rate room of each railroad is -a
library in Itself, and for the novtice
to attempt to fathom them is liable
to produce a case of mental sleeping
It should be understood that a quo
tation of rates by a railroad agent ia
not binding and cannot be applied un
less regularly published in a tariff.
. The railroad agent at a country sta
tion can do little more than gives rates
on staples to points on his own line, or
on established shipments to principal
markets. Beyond that he usually re
fers the matter to the general freight
Florida has its state classifications,
for local use, but they are made to
blend with interstate classifications,
but now the federal authorities have
stepped In and is trying to rearrange
The Florida commission printg in
each annual report tables of passenger
and freight rates, with rules and reg
ulations, but they do not apply out
side of the state. Also tables showing
distances between stations on all lines
in the state, with much useful statisti
cal matter about railroad, express,
telegraph, telephone and steamship
companies In Florida. As a matter of
information a copy of this report will
prove of interest and value to ship
pers. It can be had on application to
the commission at Tallahassee.
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fore Your Eyaa."
Relily'a lala Orcheatra. tn a GUklaxy of
Mualcal, Mirth and Melody
m TOUR YEARS mGERJIANY
TODAY Saangar Amuie. Co.
Gas masks of all types are now in
use on the European battle fronts as
a result of the constant experimental
efforts to develop the best means of
protection against gas attacks. This
photograph shows .from top to bottom,
American. British, French and Ger
man types of masks.
Too Late to Classify..
I SOLD 50 CRATES PEACHES July 4.
but have received 66 more, which I will
sell this morning at J2 per crate at the
store or $2.25 delivered. N. C. McMillan,
or telephone 613.
THE OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
"The Man Who Woke Up"
Wherein a Southern Colonel and Edi
tor Wakea Up In a Hot Bed of Pro
gress and Trias to Pull the Sheets of
Prejudice Over His Head, But tha
Alarm Clock Is Set A-Rlnglng by Dan
Cupid and He la Forced to Wake Up.
ORCHESTRA AND A GOOD COMEDY
"I have just finished my third bot
tle of Tanlac and have gained thirty
five pounds." said Mrs. Wilhelmina
Joiner, wife of a well-known engineer
on the M.. D. & S. railroad, who re
sides at 761 Mulberry street, Macon.
"For nearly two years, I suffered
from the effects of nervous prostra
tion which was brought on by nervous
indigestion,' she continued. "My con
dition got so bad that I couldn't eat
any kind of heavy food, and It seemed
like the harder I tried to get well, tlie
worse I got- I tried every medicine
and treatment that I could find, but
continued to 4 go down until I was
alarmed and thought that nothing
would ever help me.
"It wasnt hardly any time after I
stated taking Tanlao until I began to
Improve, and . I have Improved ever
since until I am now as well and
strong as anybody. My nerves got
better right away and I began to be
able to rest at night. My appetite re
turned and I can eat anything I want
ad everything tastes good. I am only
too glad to tell what Tanlac has done
for me, for It certainly has been a
Tanlac is sold in Pensacola exclu
sively by the Crystal Pharmacy.
txOK Heracr, MR. SCACKClTT
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AUTO AND TRUCK
MEET ON CROSSING
Last evening between half past six
and seven o'clock, ther was a collision
between an automobile, driven by an
aero naval station man named 11.
Reed, residing at Harbor View and,
according to the police, an auto truck,
driven by a man named L. Mitchell,
which resulted in both machines being
rolled to the curbing and W. A. Reed,
Jr., an oflfcer Student of the flying
corps, receiving a cut over the right
H. Reed last night told of the acci
dent in the following way:
"At the corner of Garden and De
villler street I was running along
Garden stret, going east at about 20
miles an hour. In the car with me was
my brother. W1. A. Reed. Jr.. and a
man I think was named Clifford. He
also is employed at the naval station,
and Is an enlisted ma.
"Close to Devilller street I saw a
Ford truck, coming north at about
the same rate of speed as my car
was going. I turned to the left and I
believe the other driver went a little
to his right. My right front wheel
and fender struck his left front Wheel
and fender. Both car3 went Into the
surbing neither upsetting
"W. A: Jr., was knocked uncon
scious and received a cut over the
right eye. Clifford. I believe that is
the name of the man, was lying on
the back seat and after the accident
he was setting up and said he was all
right. I took my brother in another
auto to the hospital where he was giv
en medical attention and then brought
him to my home at Harbor "View.
"One of the men In the truck. I am
told, was injured to a certain extent.
He was taken Into a nearby house."
At the police station last night It
was said the truck was owned by
Moog and Company. All connected
with the affair will some time today
explain to the police just how It happened.
NOT MR. CHRISTIE'S YARD.
John Christie of Pensacola,. in In
terested in shipbuilding at Orange,
and friends were apprehensive when
they learned of the above last night.
(Relatives state, (however, that Mr.
Christie's interests lie with another
corncern, and that his property es
GEORGE HERVEY IS
George II. Hervey, formerly mana
ger of the San Carlos Hotel ls now
launching ships. He has a big position
with the government and the right
man of a large ship building firm
where a second vessel for the govern
ment has been put on the ways, one
of about 3,500 tons, christened the
Alapaha. The craft was launched
yesterday at Cornwell, Pa., near Phil
adelphia. He writes his brother Charles B.
Hervey that he will have a vacation of
about ten days and he is coming to
Pensacola to enjoy his brief respite
from offlfcial duties.
Stomach Troubles and Dyaentery
caused from Drinking Ice Water or
from sleeping near sn open window
should be checked Immediately. Get a
bottle of GROVE'S BABY BOWEL
MEDICINE, a safe and sure remedy for
Summer Diarrhoeas. It is Just as effec
tive for Adults as for Children. adv.
We lave a Few
6-inch Electric Fans, at $5.85
8-inch Series Motor Fans, at $8.00
8-inch Induction Motor Fans, at . ... .10.00
ALSO SOME LARGER ONES.
GET YOUR FAN TODAY BEFORE OUR STOCK
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