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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1918. People m ! -Events Telephone 3810 a. m. to 8 p.m., "WHO ONLY STAND AND WAIT" "They lao nrv " But we hava stood these many months. Taut and set To spur our email wit and high re solves Acroaa tho burning Ptn of Franca. And filled our souls with cananad8 And coma to dream In Muff of flra and death. Beating our lharp fancies 'till they blad Dry of fear or brooding or the secret hope - To holl some corner of ouraelvaa In tact From all the cataclysm asked; Long since we dipped our souls In such a brine That now 'wa "shfver here outside the fires" In France, and all the death we know Is commonplace and waiting and the teat . ' Of eager pulses In an ordered place Far from Franca; ' .' Till we have come to think It cow ardice To anywhere be safe or look upon a woman's face . Or walk the earth outside of Franca; We "also serve," but God! See how this waiting renders us apart. 3ee all our hearts and dream and sou! ts leaping, fighting, dying, winning,, tossing over there. - Lieut-. John Temple Graves, Jr. THE STRAW HAT BOYS. Romping to their barracks i; Full f life and noise, Down the road I watch them go. The traw-hat boys. Faces that have yet to show -v The lines that manhood brings And capering feet that still are shod With childhood's wanton wings. Strong men will come back to us, Men who laugh at pain The lads who laugh at nothings Will never come again. ThM. shallow, sunny mirth win be t,ka utgrdrn baby-toys. Ortd make is worthv of j.mr change. Onr trfttv-hat boys! A meli Josephine Eurr of the Vigl- . lames. MR. ii!r,ELN SPENDING SEVERAL. WEEKS IN THE EAST. Mr. P. KuFflman left this weekfor w Yrk , rHr. Baltimore. Philadel phia aM othr eastern points. He Is vUinr th eastern markets and. com b'nin biiine'.with pleasure, expects tr be a i sent from the city for several Thicken Your Hair K With Cuticura If you have dandruff vour hafr will become dry and thin. Cutienra Oint ment gently rubbed on spots of itch- in y, scaling: ana aana run and.ldllowed bv a JiOt shampoo of Cnttcura Soan will usually remove the worst cases. Nothing- better than Cuticura for all skin and scalp troubles. Ideal for every-day toilet uses. twal luk Tnw Vy Mall. ArfdrMa p t (wfc Cnivt. Drat. HA. Immi " RiM . Soap iic. OinUMvt S3 and MM. f ilnn Sm. MEYER SHOE CO. Pensacola's Popular . Shoe Store , . , Palafox and Romana Sts. life SANCARLOSCAFE A Restaurant of peculiar excellence. . , - t j All the delicacies .of the season properly prepared and ; served.- . , ' Sea Foods, Fruits and Vegetables our specialty. ; : u Direction CHARLES B. HERVEY DO THEY BOTHER YOU? HEADACHES ".'Nine times out of ten they are nature's warning that your eyes need attention. Heed the warning it may mean the avert ing of serious future trouble. lA-i urn look at those eyes of yours and Stop the trouble while it is young. WILL C. DIFFENDERFER JEWELER OPTICIAN "THE HOUSE OF RELIABLE GOODS" RETURNED FROM CAMP WALTON. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Persons " and Miss Dorothy Reeves, who hava en Joyed spending the past week at Camp Walton, Fla returned last night, Mr. and Mrs. Persons leaving on the night train for their home In Montgomery, Ala. WILL VrSIT" MISS ROSENAU. Mrs. R. V. Lynch Is expected to ar rive from Mobile, Ala., this week to be the gues of har daughter. Miss Hortense Roienau. at No. 312 North Spring street. GUESTS OF MR. AND MRS. RALPH GUNDERSHEIMER. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Carpe and little son, Sol, of Baton Rouge. La., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gun dershelmer at their home on North Barcelona street. w . RETURNED FROM FLORI DATOWN. Mr. and Mrs. Ike HIrschman have returned from a motor trip to Florida town, where they spent the past week. MR. W. W. WATSON AND FAMILY MOTOR THROUGH COUNTRY. Mr. and Mrs. W. "W. "Watson, daugh ter, Elizabeth, and son, Marion, wi'I leave tomorrow, motoring, through the country, going. to Atlanta. Ga, spend ing several days there before leaving for Mountain City Ga., where; Mrs. "Watson.' Miss Elltabetw and ., Marlon will spend several weeks. Mr. "Watson going on "to visit the eastern markets. stopping In New Tork. Washington Baltimore. " FhiladelDhla and other points before returning home. On their return trip Mrs. "Watson, Miss Elizabeth and Marion will stop at In dian Springs. Montgomery and Eu- faula. expecting to arrive in the city about the first of August. VISITING WITH MR. AND MRS. BEARD. Honorable and Mrs. John p. Beard I of 1509 East Jackson street, have 9 their iruest for some time their niece. Miss Willes Sullivant, of Louisiana. WATERMELON PARTY AT BAY VIEW. Monday night a party of young peo ple enjoyed a dip at Bay view, after which Ice cold watermelon was served on the pavilion. Those participating in this delightful outing were: Misses Irene Brown. Ethel Reymundo, Katie and Myrtle Johnson. Olga Montanarle. Josie Johnson and Messrs. H. J. Shanks, TJ S. NV McCreadie'. U. S.X E. T. Schultz. TJ. S. A, and Michael DiLustro. DANCE AT LIBERTY INN FOR MISS RENE BROWN. v A number of young men entertained with a dance at Liberty Inn Thursday evening in honor of Miss Irene Brown of Mobile, who is visiting her cousin. Miss Josie Johnson, and Miss Ethel Reymundo. . 1 ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A SON. Mr. and Mrs. John A. O'Rourke, 21t South Alcanis street, announce - the birth of a son, Friday, July 15. Mrs. O'Rourke will be remembered as Miss Rosa DiLustro. ENTERTAINED WITH DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT. The Aeronautic Club- entertained with their usual dance last night. These dances are always very much enjoyed by civilian and service so ciety, being held in the aero garden of the San Carlos. They furnish a delightful summer diversion. RECOVERED FROM RECENT ILLNESS. The many friends of little Miss Mary Daniels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Daniels, who has been 111 at her home on North Sixth avenue, are glad to know that she was entirely re covered. VISITING RELATIVES HERE. , 'Mr, and MrS. Julius Heinberg and little daughter. Aggie, of Bessemet-, Ala are In the city as'guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. . Berlin, "West Belmont street, and Mrs. Bertha Heinberg, "West Cervantes' street. i7 : LEAVES FOR . DUTY OVERSEAS. Miss "Willie Ella Barclay, sister of Mrs. G. H. Hays, 1009 East Jackson street, has numerous friends here who will be Interested to know that she Is now In New York city, expecting to soon sail for France. Miss Barclay Is a Red Cross nurse and has done a great deal of cantonment duty here in the United States, having at one time been stationed at Houston, Texas. Her friends hope to soon receive news of her safe arrival overseas. DANCE IN HONOR OF ATTRAC TIVE MOBILE VISITOR. Miss Josie Johnson was hostess Tuesday evening when she entertained In honor of her guest. Miss Irene Brown, of Mobile. Ala., with a delight ful dance at the home of her sister, Mrs. I F. Brown, on East LaRua street. During the evening refresh-, ments consisting of fruit punch, fol lowed by an ice course, were served. The following guests ' enjoyed Miss Johnson's hospitality: I Misses Irene Brown. Ethel Reymun do, Romaine Langford, Annie Mooney, Olga and Victoria Montanarle, Myrtle and Katie Johnson, Mary Deary Bums. Marie Jones, and Messrs. H. J. Shanks. U. S. N., Arthur Johnson, U. S. N., Michael DiLustro, E. T. Sehuetz, Mr, Sigfried. U. S. A.. James Braz well. Willie Faurla, William Johnson, Warren Seeley and Sublett Johnson. IN HONOR OF VISITING. GIRLS. Misses Caroline Moog and Caroline Gerson, of njlontgomery, Ala., were the honored guests at a lovely dinner party given byvllttle Miss Eugenia Boss at her home. 304 West LaRua street. Tuesday afternoon. Those who en Joyed this courtesy were: The hos tess, Eugenia Boss, and honor guests, Caroline Moog and Carolina Gerson, Miriam Myer, Aggie Heinberg, of Bes semer. Ala,, Elsie Bear and Alberta Ojpenheimer. ENJOYED WATERMELON CUTTING. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams, "West. Chase street, in honor of Miss Mary Brady, of Nashville, Tenn.. a watermelon cutting was very much enjoyed one evening this week by the following young people: Misses- Mary Brady, Violet Adams, Rose Bruno, Frances Graham. Christine Bruno, and Messrs. Edward Johnson, Sherman Rutledge, Emery Grandstaff. Weaver Rutledge, and Mr. . and Mrs. C. J. Adams and' Mr." and Mrs. H. M. Brady. WILL ARRIVE FROM EAGLE LAKE. Mrs. Paul Gray and daughter, Pat tie, are expected home tonight from Eagle Lake, Fla., where they have been enjoying the past several weeks visiting with relatives and friends. En route they stopped in Tallahassee a3 the guests of THr. and Mrs. J". C. Car ter. RETURNED " " "; TO MOBILE. Mrs. "William Qulna and three chil dren who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Turner at their home on North Barcelona street for the past several weeks, have returned to their home In Mobile, Ala. MRS. ANDRESS HOME FROM ALABAMA. Mrs. W. L Andress and children. Elizabeth, Dorothy and Dozier, who have been for the past several weeks visiting with Mrs. Andress' mother, Mrs. K. A. Bennett and sister, Mrs. W. M. McGowin, of Georgiana, Ala., returned home this week. WAR SAVINGS STAMPS BOOTHS OPEN TODAY. The W. S. S. booths are In operation today and will be open every Saturday hereafter until Escambia county's full quota has been. raised. The same la dle will be in charge of the booths today as before and reporting at the post office at 10 o'clock this morning will find the stamps in readiness for them. Besides the Sale of stamps they are requested to obtain as many sig natures to pledges until the first of January as possible. The ladles de serve a great deal of credit for the Interest and perseverance v they have shown in conducting this patriotic work and results show wltri what un bounded success their efforts have been rewarded. On account of some of the ladies being ill and others ab sest from the city more are needed to care for the different booths. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF DAUGHTER. Captain and Mrs. Roy Stanley Gei ger, U. S. M. C. announce the birth of a daughter, Joyce Renshaw, 'on Thursday night, at the Pensacola Hos RitaL, . , Captain Gelger, who has been com manding officer at the Marine Corps Air Station, Miami, left recently for "I know something that will dearyour skirT "When my complexion was red, rough and pimply, I was so ashamtd that I never had any fun. I imagined that people avoided me perhaps they did! But the regular use of Resinol Soap with a little Resinol Oint ment just at first has given me back my clear, healthy skin. I wish try it I" "isw DESOLUTIOUS DU LATE JUDGE HOCKED TALLAHASSEE, July 19 (Special) The governor and his cabinet, who compose the board of state institutions, have adopted the following resolutions on the death of Colonel Nat R. Walker. who died July fourteenth, at his home in Crawfordsville : Resolutions on the Death of Honorable Nat R. Walker. Tallahassee, Fla., July 15, 1918. Whereas. The Board of State Institu tions of the State of Florida has just learned of the death of Hon. Nat R. Walker, of Wakulla County, who was born and reared In Florida and devoted his life's service to his native state. having for many years filled positions of honor and trust. His public service dates back to the days of Reconstruc tion, and at the time of his death he was a memcer or tne Mouse or Repre sentatives of Florida; and ' Whereas, He was a pesronal friend of the members of this Board and a valued public servant who has rendered many important services to the people of the State; therefore. Be it Resolved: First, That we, bow ing in humble submission to the will of an All-Wise Providence, as individ uals and a Board composed of the Gov ernor and his cabinet, have sustained a personal as well as p ublic loss by his deth, and we express our sorrow and recognize in the death of so faithful, loyal, patriotic and serviceable a citizen a great loss to the State; and we do hereby extend to his immediate family, relatives and friends heartfelt sym pathy at the death of this distinguished citizen. anj his cabinet attend his burial at Crawfordville at five p. m., on this date. Resolved: Third, That a copy of these Resolutions be filed with his immediate family, and be furnished the press of the State. SID-EY J. CATTS, , ' Governor. H. CLAY CRAWFORD, Secretary of State. VAN C. S W EARING EN , Attorney-General. ERNEST AMOS, Comptroller. J. C LUNING, State Treasurer. W. N. SHEATS, State Superintendent. W.sA. McRAE, Commissioner of Agriculture. NEW CALOMEL IS WHOLLY DELIGHTFUL Calotabls.'the new harmless and nau- sealess calomel may now-be obtained at almost any good drug store. As a liver-cleanser and system-purifler the new Calotabs are even more effective than the old style calomel, yet there i not the slightest danger, nausea nor un pleasantness. One Calotab at bedtime, with a swal low of water, that's all. Next morning you awake feeling: fine,' with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat what you please, fruits, acids or anything. There is not the slightest danger nor inter ference with your work. Calotabs are sold only In original, sealed packages. price thirty-five cents. Your druggist will refund your money if you are not delighted he recommends them. Adv. TAXI CASES ARE AGAIN CONTINUED TAXI cmfwyp mfw Another continuance w-as ordered yes terday in the cases of the taxi men who were taken into custody some weeks ago, and who have several times appeared for hearing in the city court anil whose cases were put off from time to time. It is announced that new regulations are in prospect, pat terned after those in force at the L. & N. passenger depot, the enforcement of which gives little trouble, since the dol-lar-a-minute fine has been applied sev eral times. France, Mrs. Geiger having returned from Miami a few weeks ago, to Rose mont, the beautiful country place of her mother, Mrs. Florence Thompson. Mrs. Geiger was Miss Eunice Thompson, and her friends here will be much interested in news of the ar rival of her little daughter. Mrs. Thompson spent some time re cently in Miami as the guest of Cap tain and Mrs. Geiger, accompanying her daughter home. - Resito Ointment ad Resrael Soap also clear away Jrl- and keep the harr- faeaitbr aed . artracttre. For trial free, write to Dept. 2-R. ResicoL. Baltimore, Md. TTEE 1UDLE TROUBLES OF BAYSHOHE LIKE President Blocker, of the Chamher of Comerce, yesterdayy named Messrs. I. II. Aiken and John A. Merritt as a com mittee who, with himself, and the city commissioners, will constitute the com mittee to take up the matter of trying to get relief on the Bayshore line, this having been one of the rsults of the joint conference at th city hall on Thursdayy afternoon. Thje motio that the mayor and commissioners, wim Dr. Blocker, and two members of the cham ber who m the president would select. was made by Commissioner Hinrichs, after the subject of inconveniences on the Baysyhore cars had been thorough ly threshed out. The motion prevail ed, and yesyterday afternoon the names were onnounced at the city hall. A joint meeting of the committee will probably be held some time this morn ing, when plan of action will be de termined. The most serious hindrance to navy tyard work is threatened, according to mechanics there, for the workmen are being held together with difficulty as their services may be used in many other lines and at many other places. witn more conveniences. Workmen eoming from trie naval sta tion yesterday announced that the con ference of the past few days have had the effect of bettering the -service al ready. More accommodation was of fered yesterday and last evening the cars were noticeably more diligently despatched from the naval station. As other electric railway systems have received aid from the war finance corporation, it is considered quite prob able that when then matter is again presented the government will assist the local company. One milion dollars was loaned to ine New Orlens Railway & Light company. which was threatened with receiver ship following default in the payment or a ?4,000,000 note issue due June 1. Ten million dollars has been loaned by the government through the ship ping board, to the Philadelphia Elec trie company with which to make 1m provements. It is provided that the loan will be paid off in yearly installments, running over a period of ten years, and begin ning after the war. This will allow the companyy to absorb the investment ov er a long period. JUDGMENT'. TOPIC FOR SUNDAY JIGHT The third week of the veligious cam rjalgn being conducted by Evangelist John Francis Wright at the large Can vas Tabernacle on West Garden street, will ouen Sunday night with his lec ture upon the. subject "The Judgment Court Week in Heaven or Balancing the Books of the Sanctuary." This will will be one of the most interesting and vital lectures yet given by Mr. Wright since the opening of the meetings, three weeks ago. A large attendance is expected. Interesting subjects are announced for the week, and a feast of good things is held in store for all who will attend the lectures this week. As the interest in these services continues to grow, a larg crowd is looked for at each meet ing. You will find Mr. Wright an in teresting speaker, and he" extends k you a most hearty welcome. Ijo not fail to hear him. Subject for the week are as follows: Sunday night, July 31 '"The Judg ment." Monday night, JVV 22 The Mil lenium Satan's Vacation. Tuesday night, July 23 "A Remark able Century." Wednesday night. July 24 "Cartoons by the Master Artist." t Thursday night, July 2. "The Law and Gospel Their Relation." Friday night, July "26 "The Day Upon Which Jehovah Rested." PROMINENT SUFFRAGE SPEAKER TO BE HERE. Mrs. Guilford Dudley, of Nashville. Tenn.. will arrive in the city tomorrow afternoon, and while here will lecture on suffrage. At a meeting in the city hall Monday aftemoo nat 4:30 o'clock she will be heard in an interesting lecture. Mrs. Frank T. Tracy, at this meeting, has appointed the following ladies as an escort of honor: Mrs. H. L. Covington, Mrs. Max Klein. Mrs. H. C. Cushman, Mrs. F. t. Tracy, Mis3 Fannie Kehoe. Miss Gail Binkley. Mrs. R. E. L. Daniell," Miss Pauline Reese. Mrs. M. E. Batts, Mrs. O. E. McRey nolds, Miss Evanette Rooinson. Monl day evening an open air meeting, in front of the Elks Club will be held at 8 o'clock, where she will again lec ture, and the escort of honor, appoint ed by Mrs. Tracy for this meeting, will be Mrs. Elli3 Knowles. Miss Mo deste Hargis, Miss Isabel Igraham, Miss Celia M. Robinson. Mrs. W. E. Mcllwaine. Miss Mayme Freeman, Miss Velma Maura. Mrs. E. F. Bruce, Miss Faith Dinkley, and Miss Marion Suter. The followirr committee of ladies, Mrs. Frank I). Tracy. Mis Velma Maura and "Mrs. V. K. Mcllwaine. have charge of the arrangements, and the public Is urgl to attend tlifse meetings, as Mr. LHidley leaves Tues day morning for jnincy, Fla. She is a forceful, logical, "clear thinking speaker, has a splendic delivery and is a woman personality. '. of charming, magnetic Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For Best and Neatest Work in Repairs. All Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street Phone 2032 1 MM m -v. -v -t "SELLS IT 3E JLm J&SE 353 3F2L - A Secondary School and Junior College w CO- EDUCATIONAL Offers Courses in English Language and Literature, Latin, French, Spanish, German, Mathematics, Physiology, Physics Chemistry, Biology, History, Education, Bible, Piano, Voice. Public Speaking, Art. Ask for Catalogue. - Opens Sept. 18, 1918. .W. M. KEMPER, Dean ' DeFuniak Springs, Florida CHAIRMAN HAYS HEARD IN A STIRRING ADDRESS Saratoga, N. Y., July 19. The re publican party today supports "every possible means to win the war now," demands a peace with victory and never peace by compromise, and stands for sane preparation now for the solution of after the war problems. Will H. Hays, chairman of the repub lican national convention, said today in addressing the delegates to New York state's unoffl'ciai republican state convention, meeting here. Just returned from a coast to coast tour of the country, and optimistic of Republican success this fall, Mr. Hays gave a win-the-war talk and in witness of what his party was doing in Wash ington he said that "for all members of both houses of congress present and voting on all war measures, the republicans have furnished "6 per cent and the democrats 74 per cent of the total war support." "The republican party stands today for three things: - "First, to use every possible means to win the war now. "Second, for a peace with victory and never peace by a compromise bar gaining of principles which would vio late Ameran rights, interests and honor, and make of our sacrifice a sacrileire to be made again by our grandchildren. "Third, for a sane preparation now for a solution of the problems immeas urable in their complexity and magni tude which will come after the war We are as unorenared for peace aa we were for war. J Every, country .ex cept America is preparing for peace. "We will establish policies which once again will bind up the wounds of war, which will renew our prosperity, which will administer the affairs of this government on a sound ousin-s basis and which will enlarge our strength at home and abroad. With all our power we will strive to prevent the further spread, of the socialistic tendencies of the times toward federal ownership of m the creation and dis tribution of wealth a? a panacea for all the real and fancied ills of society and set this nation's feet once more firmly on the path of progress and along ways which liberty and order must ever guard and preserve. "Our candidates will be, and the party pledges that they shall be. men who are supremely pro-American, be lieving in one flag and one people for this country, men who will give all for the most vigorous prosecution of the war, and who will strive for peace with victory and never a traffic in princi ples. They will be men who, while we make certain forever the right of free government In the world, will not forget that we have a republic to pre serve in this country; that we are a representative government from end to end not a bolshevik syncopation: that while there is absolutely nothing in this country which we wilt not take and use for necessary war purposes such takings shall be for war purposes only, and that when the war is over we will restore private properties taken for war purposes to their own ers, and that a successful political party's objective Is a record perform ance of a sacred contractual obliga tion. "A republican congress means a war congress which win be a warrant or its own performance and a guarantee of complete .fulfillment by every de partment of the government. Everv republican vote cast Is another nail In the kaiser's coffin, every republican congressman electM is another stone piled on his tomb." , To the drug trade the medlcii!' chemicals are no longer merely of national importance they are internationally vital. Under the demands of -war lime in TuITny industries quality is liable to sheer off t some ex tent. du; to unusual conditions. Under no r irmnistances, how ever, are our products anything but perfeit. Their purity, their correctness of labeling, theTr In vsrible hiaii standard are recog nized by the physicians, drug gists and dealers throughout this community. . The" reputation r.for quality won by Balkcorn Dru Company is based on the tireless efforts of many years. - j Balkcom Drang Co. The Prescription Stoca. Phones 19123. FOR LEZQG"l . J. J. GUI! Ill II. MEXICO Friends of Mr. J. J. Grant. Jr., wi learn with regret of the death of his wife at Alamo Gordo, New Mexico, on' July 18th. A wire was received by . his mother, Mrs.. Joseph J. Grant, of 397 West Belmont street, yesterday, notifying her of her son's bereavement. Mrs. Grant was Miss Verna Guiles, ot" Sallna. Kansas. The funeral services will take place in Aberline, Kansas. BRYAN DUNWODY IS APPOINTED As chairman of the council of da-; fense, Bryan Dunwoody received bis appointment from Governor -Sidney J. Catts yesterday, and together with -. John G. Pace, member of the flnan- cial committee of this congressional ' district, will meet in a few days to decide upon the members of the com- I mittee to be apointed from this sec- . tion. Together Mr. Dupnwoody and ' Mr. Face will select this committee, who In turn will select s.uo-committees to work with them. COMMITTEE ON HIGH RENTS TO MEET SUNDAY As a committee to look into profit eering in rentals in this city, C. C. Ball. James M. Johnson and Dr. Louis deM. Blocker will meet on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock In th office of Dr. Blocker, when plans will be for mulated looking to the investigation of high rents in this section. DISMISSED FROM ARMY FOR BEING CAUGHT IN RAID Washington, July 19. Sentences of dismissal from the army Imposed by court martial upon Second Lieut. Jo. B. Wilson, son of Secretary of Labor William B. Wilson, and First Lieut. Charles F. Flandreau because they were caught in a Baltimore gambling rail last March, were commuted br fr dent WSlson today to months' confinement In camp. three NO ADVANCE IN PRICE. C ROUP Spasmodic crenp la usuaiiy relieved with one application I 25o 0o 1j0(X .J3L DONT DELAY Run in and hare Breakfast and Lunch with us "We serve the best Coffee in the City." KOZY KORNER Palafox and Romana St& Every taste may be Satis fied here. DIES A V1' X.