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iraTPENSACOITA JOURNAL1. WEDNESD"AY MORNING, 3TOTT 2 1918.
Hand -Them to Us at 8 a. m. GAflDY PACKAGE We Return Them at 5 p. m. MITCH STOLEN SIX I$,G0,F0I1D TOATSON, PARKER W & REESE CO. Everything to Wear THE OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE By CONDON HI MOV M l EDO'S YOUR KODAK AND YOUR VACATION Nc matter where the summer trip takes you, you can add to the pleasure of that vacation by KODAKING We sell Eastman Kodaks of all kinds and sizes and carry a complete line of films and supplies. Let Us Help You Make Good With a Kodak Our Kodak department is all that it should be. A complete stock of latest model Kodaks, fresh films and " chemicals, and a finishing department of which we are proud is at your service. i . ... - y Bring your films to us and we promise you the ut most from your films; Reynalds Music House 'Tor Best Results in Kodak Pictures" 21 South Palafox. Phone 1717 $3.50 and $4.50 $1.00 Cash if $1.00 a Week Sweetheart Swing REED'S SANITARY BAKERY Bakers of Reed's 12-ounce Loaf of Victory Bread. Retails 8c per loaf. Palafox and Gregory Streets 666 cures Headaches, Biliousness, Loss of Ap petite, foul breath, or that tired aching feeling due to Malaria or Colds. It removes the cause. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK - Of Panaaoola CAPITAL STOCK Paid In $500,000 TURKISH BATHS Pensacola Hospital, $1.00 Toadies 9 a. m. to 12 m. Men 1 p. m. to 9 p. m. MARSTON & QUINA West Florida's Oldest Furniture House McKEE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND OFFICE FURNITURE THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE Pianos, Player Pianos, Organs Tuning, Repairing - FASHION SHOP The Stere fcr women" EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY TO WEAR AND MILLINERY " ' l Q'weetheart 1 Swing $3.50 and $4.50 $1.00 Cash $1.00 a Week r -"' : -?r Hung Free - HIGH COST LIVING OVERCOME BY CAMP COMMUNITY HOTEL New London, Conn., July 23. (Special.) The high cost ot vacations 13 not bearing down hard on soldiers' relatives in New London, Conn., this year. The war camp community ser vice has leased a hotel for the summer season, there, with a club on the first floor for the men. and rooms on a floor above for siting relatives. It's the kind of club one didn't get, before the war, thrown in with any thing but expensive hotels. But the war camp community service, work ing under the commissions on training camp activities of the war and navy departments, is seeing that the sol diers and sailors .on leave get a great many things that soldiers and sailors never got before. The servant question doesn't worry the community service. The hotel is in charge of a teacher from the vo cational high school there. The cook does not threaten to leave at crucial moments, because she is the dietetics The next time you buy calomel ask for The purified calomel tab lets that are entirely free of all sickening and sali vating effects. ESeiicima -rirraes rtutly Jmptvni, Coaraatec'I by jotr lrmlet. . Sal ttal-f ia McIeJ padufe. Pric 3Sc (falotaLs lS fCR R5NT, KIN YOU 1 KIN FIN THft OUNCR tm- ru SAILOR ENTERTAINERS ORGANIZE THEIR ACTIVITIES FOR THE WAR Soldier and sailor entertainers are ! organizing for mutual enjoyment , at ' Pensacola's service branches, and this laudable work was what brought Her bert . L. Cope American humorist and lyceum entertainer, to Pensacola. He has been heard j on several different occasions' by : the men of the service, and has a plan. of his. own, which he puts into execution at every point he visits: He : will spend some i-weeks her perhaps and then go overseas to J delight . thotlsandg-of Uncle ' Sam's de fenders on foreign soil. He spoke first at the Air Station Snnday and Monday at the post. - ' ' - " Outlining plan3 for the organization ot, the sailors and - soldiers 'players' clubs in the various -units of -the navy and army -was one of the ways. H. I Cope,: American - humorist, adopted while lecturing here to' keep growing the seeds of good cheer, high morale and contentment he has . been trying to sow during his stay here.1 f-h - Much of the best talent in the theat rical and ; musical line is now in the array . and navy, arid the "soldier and sailor entertainments among them selves have proven-the most attractive entertainment aside from moving pic tnr9 .v.'.hnvs have ha but' no sys tematic Organization' connecting! and developing self entertaining ha s been maAtk "nfiV latflV '' i Extensive plan,' are now' being- made to connect up all the entertainers that they may be mutually helpful.' Such an organization was -completed Sun day night - at the close of Mr. Cope's humorous lecture. The, nam - of the sailor organization ,is the -Sailors .and Soldiers Entertainers. General Tershing ha B officially de-. tailed to the American Y. M.-.C. A. the entertaining of our soldiers and sailors in "Trance. No over 150 pro fessionals' have" given eniertainments teacher from the same school, no less. The chambermaid Is another teacher in her winter months. The cafeteria can it be that the cafeteria will be the ultimate solution of the rood' problem? works, as is usual in the community service, excellently well under , can teen workers. No tipping waiters for soldiers and their friends you can't very well tip an aproned, lady who may be the, town's social leader when. she takes her apron off: New London is by way .of being a summer resort, and what is a summer resort without bathing? The Ocean View Hotel that was (it calls itself the Army and Navy Beach club now), has bath houses attached 'to the hotel, at a ten cent charge. There aren;t a great many bath houses .and there are a great many men; so the hotel management (the management is n.m.fl Irvinsr Pichel), has devised a 6cheme' whereby the maximum of. men . T i. , A n l.a , can use ,tne nouses, j.1 -jmy . man about ten' minutes to dress or undress. , So when he's In his bathing suit he puts his clothes in a suit case provided by the management and ! 'hecks them at tne aesK. wnen nes j through bathing he gets them againC and uss .the bath nouse.ior anotner ten minutes. It is a space and time saving device.; The new men fit into all this , with' a good deal of pleasure; the war camp community service is seeing to it that the break-from civilian life is not too -great. Looking after; the tleisure time activities of the soldiers -Is -one of the biggest pieces of constructive work that is being -done today.' Of course," said one of .the ..lads, coming out on the beach all. wet, !you don't, have as - much - time off In r the army. But what you - do ; have weli there seems to be folks taking an In- TCLL M (vHCRS ( . .. - Ki s .ri tN tHees A VCRY BAX CACOF SMACC POX, ANOHOMY X DON T oversea. In addition to this the great est force for entertainment will be among the . boys themselves. Such an organization as is now being perfected will systematize and develop talent among the boys here and will encour age them not only to. be self enter taining here, but over there. Many organizations are already In force in the larger camps, but the need of self- entertainment in the -smauer units. Kiirh ns at' Pensacola. if? more Dro- nounced, ali3U by, being connected., the Departmental ana. national ciuds win enable each soldier and sailor, musi cian and entertainer, as he transfers from place to place to take his place at once in the entertaining life of any club, in mutual help and acquaint ance at each camp or port. In some camps entertainers have been trans ferred to one company that will make a complete ' show troupe accompany ing ou soldi-rs to France. A charter will be granted them with membership cards, historical records will be kept for. veterans association after the war, a constitution and by-laws will be adopted at the next meeting Tuesday night. . .Regular programs will now take place Under their auspices. . It, iSi expected that, Fort Barrancas and Fort Pickens soldiers will both be organized In separate units during Mr. Cope's stay here and a circuit system of - entertainments, among the boys here will be .formed.. A minstrel show, and larger plans or entertain ment are in mind for the city of Pen sacola. -.The following are the list of tempor ary , officers: ; President, E. Hudson Strode; sec retary, F.. A. Montague. Vice presi dents: Vocal, William Brice; Instru mental Hubert Bitter; vaudeville. H. J. ,Van Graaf eland; athletics; Mr. CroklinskI; publicity man, Mr. Justi-sen.- . , . FOUR DRAFTEES ARE ENTERTAINED Patriotic decorations and bright flowers added to the attractive ap pointed table at , the army and navy club last nifrht, when four young men leaving for Camp Greenleaf, near Fort Oglethorpe, Chattanooga, were hon ored with a dinner party at the club, Andrew Whlgham, of Century; John B. Van Etten. Leonard Heinberg. and Apostle Ballos, having constituted the number leaving under orders.. . A . menu of - several courses was served, and the evening was brighten ed with musical selections. Among those who were present dur ing th ovpnine to wish them well. besides a committee of ' ladies, were Captain I. H. Aiken, Professor H. Clay Armstrong, Secretary, S. A. Bowing, and Lee Goulding. - ONLY THREE DEAD FROM 'SAN DIEGO' : Wathington. July 23. All but eight of the fifty-nine reported missing from the armoured cruiser San Diego have been accounted for. the navy depart ment " announced today, - and farther reports are expected to - reduce this number. ' limiting the casualties to three killed in explosion. terest.1 now.-' And when folks take an interest la ! you gee, things break right!- , v.; ' , -'. " . Mrs. R. F. Mitchell, chairman of the Take Your Package Home committee of the Red Cross, Is much encouraged at the response which has been made in thia movement, both by the mer chants and women of the city, but urges that every woman will endeav or to interest' others in the campaign. and will take her own package home. ' Nearly all Pensacola mercnants hat-. snii-tM in this calmpalgn., but it frequently happens that the clerks forget -to- ask the purchoser if she wishes to carry hor own package, and she forgets about the little Kea iross sticker herself. - On these busy days, when the mer cury is trying to run away with It self, it is a great help to cut down the delivery, and at the same time, it ctniiM Vic rumMttbered that the Red Cross is benefitting every time a pack age has a Red Cross sticker attacnea. It does not help, the Red Cross If you take your package home -without one of these stickers, however, as the mer chants buy them --from the Red Cross in large quantities, the chapter receiv ing a certain percentage. Everytime a purchaser gets a sticker. she in crease the Red cross iuna jum much;'. ; -1 ' " - ' ; ' Take Your Package Home and help the Red -Cross, .and release labor for other government work. . " ' Votes Sale Of Good Water Front Property At a meeting 'of. the city commis sioners, which was held Monday, the ordinance providing for the sale of water front property to 1 the . Warren Fish Company, was brought up on third and final reading, and passed. p31.h,nf tht pnmmissioners. vith the mayor, cast his vote in favor of selling the property, and rejected recommen rtiHnn ma d bv the city attorney. ,vh;h Mho . citv'8 lreal adviser along with his approval of ordinance when so slightly amended. This ordinance provmes ior iue su- for the sum of 11.500 cash a tract of I 3, tract Of 62 1-2 feet in the east side of Baylea street wharf, .which lines the Palafox- Bavlen slip of water. The evidence authorizing the sale of such land pro vided that the deed be tinned over thjr tv davs after passa.c and approval of the measure, so mat h wm uc a month from today before the measure is really in effect. In the meantime I there has been some considerable dis satisfaction voiced as to the sale of any frflni Trnrertv by the-city, the? allegation ; being made that the city x has now little if any Of tne cnoice property left. vpr I Dan Wright, Wendell Wyne, J. B. The city "7n5;sn0P' E. E. Hodgetts. J.: R. Everett, announced that the . dmance n !!F j. SpragUe. s. E. Dedear, Philip present form was good and that jM fI M g c Larson, E. Severson. W0V1H bH d b?it as a sort of ' F. M. Ware. E. F. Meadows. W. J. seei if adopted, but as a sort oi a sdiCKUiiu, n- cr- i tho en jtcpct i on i or eti wiu amendments was maae. me tuuuu.---sioners. however, as above-stated. , did not adopt such recommendations. On the other hand Commissioner Pou , ih9f the Kiioreested amendments not be adopted, and this was seconded I by Commissioner Hinricns. in un amended form, therefore, it was put to a vote and passed. , Following its passage, George - P. Wentworth, acting as attorney for the purchasers, who was present, arose and thanked the commissioners for their action, adding that the proposed sale of property had the endorsement of the Chamber or commerce na OI tile j 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 r I ' ' . - j of the leading tax payers of the city of! I'ensaroia. As passed, the ordinance will re pud- : i i tu. nrni ftmp And effective iiChnH the usual time and effective thirty days after date or passage ami approval. , - , 1 - 30L. HATCH ENDS OFFICIAL VISIT TO PENSACOLA Lt. Col. Hatch, personal represerjr tative of Josephus Daniels, secretary of the navy,, who arrived in Pensa cola Sunday night, to make Investi gation into conditions In Pensacola, will leave for Washington today. When asked as to htm views on the situation here, Col. Hatch stated that not until " his report had been made to the secretary of. the navy would he give out any public utterance. In reference to the work which has been accomplished at the Philadelphia yard, however, CoL Hatch saia that tne result has been very gratifying. As head of the law . enforcement league, it became his duty to clean up the port, and calling upon the citizensVhe met with a wonderful cooperative spirit which helped to put things through, and at this time Philadelphia is a model sea port city. Col. Hatch and. family are will known in PensacoL where he was in com mand of the marine barracks, from 1902 to 1904. P0STUM is a vigorous full bodied cereal drink that meets the demand for economy and ity living Six months ago, Charlie Chambers, colored, reported that a gold watch had been stolen from him, and he con fided to Special Officer Mclntyre that he had suffered such loss, leaving with that officer a minute description of the lost timepiece. Officer Mclntyre has been on the trail of this watch all the time, of course not letting this search interfere with his business, and yester day was rewarded in recovering the timepiece and eventually turning It over to the- rightful owner. An. un known negro. It is said, left the stolen watch with a repair man on Tarra gona street, and it was in his shop that it was located. MEN ATFT. PIGKENS HEAD The men at Fort Pickens enjoyed a real treat Monday night, when Herbert Cope, humpr'ist, gave his clever, side splitting and serious lecture specially adapted to the men in the service. The speaker possesses a rare com bination of fun and seriousness, usin fun most subtly as a means of "driv ing home" some profound truth on life. His gems of philosophy ; were set In an attractive background of whole some jokes, related in Mr. Cope's own manner, the only, explanation of itself. To. hear him is to laugh until your sides are sore and- you are sore at yourself for your sins. . Mr. Cope comes as a special repre sentative of the "T" with a--plan for organizing in camp clubs of sailor and soldiers for self-entertainment. Every club will be granted a charter and have a constitution. A member ship card will be given to each mem ber who will be entitled to all Drivll- HJIiODIST 'ncyfege3 in all camps in the United States and France if In foreign service Jater. The purpose of the movement is to furnish "more and better amusement and eniovment amnni th service iVien. m an v r f wVinm Kara Kpon rtlairfira ani j entertainers ln clViiian life. The' club m . , and nrovide will promote and provide plans for ministrels, dramatics, althletics and all other forms of :enteainment. The following men perfected the or ganization at Pickens': Officers. B. J.'VanSandt, president. P. J. Scherer, vice president, magic. Jack Herbert, vice president, drama. Jos. Flynt. vice president. music. Corporal Blalock. athletics. Members ,; - v CHARGE FARMER WITH UTTERING SEDITIOUS TALK Seditious talk on the part of John Earkha, a farmer residing near Bar rineau Park, having been . reported to local federal officials, . will be.prose- I - i, Titt1 Cnta fAiixtfl A luicu ii ii i ltt ui.ci.kc0 v.uii x warrant charging him with a vlola- l lion oi secuon a, ui me amcuueu . espi0nage act, was Issued by , United i c . t,. c-nin... o OlOLirq V-(J1J1H1131.iii ouilitaji jcoici- day and a hearing-may be given him this afternoon. . The warrant was placed In the hands of a federal depu ty, who left for the home ot accused. The latter, it is claimed, spoke, dis- resoectfullv of the . resident. - made light of the war with Germany, and is alleged to have 6tatea tnat ne wouia rather spend gwenty yeav in the pen itentiary than one in ngnting tier many. He is also 'Said to have criti cized the liberty bord Issues, etc. You can make this thirst quencher in a BEANT ia a rrreUtkm in goodnea- between. Phone your dealer Bm.wfvmt CUncr AI bow folk when they come home. Pmt vn VmStt - m Vt sjM COW CMCIf. r k. Ami qy 1"" ""bcaupont csscnt ALX tar-, v if i i ri v - - . . mm i n P I XtlI 1 "' CONSOLIDATED I'F h l IrUl JriJ. qocev co. JfTr L TjVL1 WliM) llf'f " DJatrlbutor " I I 3 ' IIU Peneacol, Fla. jS 1 o " SHEETS have you bought yours yet? . : SHEETS wholesale pricee have gone up again CASE S extra sizes, slightly mill soiled. 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