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HOT AFFECTED BY
There has been considerable com
ment in Pensacola regarding the ac
tion taken by the government to check
shipbuilding, especially the construc
tion of wooden ships. Many, have
feared that this section might be a
loser by the curtailment.
A recent dispatch from Washington
presents an optimistic-view of the pro
posed cancellation of contracts.' It
points out that every yard now pre
pared to build ships or barges can be
profitably employed in the work of re
replacing shipping which has been de
stroyed since the beginning of the
The article says: "Instead of being a
blow at the wooden shipbuilding in
dustry, officials see in .the failure of
the government to make contracts past
1919 an opportunity for the yards re
leased from government orders to be
gin the work of private shipbuilding.
It may be possible to obtain more ad
vantageous agreements for these
"It is probable, too, that American
yards, with their facilities created to
meet the war needs of the country,
will be able to build ships for for
eign nations. Wooden yards will be
in demand for creating coastwise ves
sels or ships for the West Indies and
While none of the local yards is
building under government contract,
all have en operating to capacity for
private account and it Is predicted
that the demand for ships will keen
them busy for many years.
FLORIDATOWX POSTMASTER .
A civil service examination to be
e,d ,at FJoridatown December 14 next
for fourth-class nostmaster. is: an-
nounced by the U. S. Civil Service
Commission. The compensation for
tne omce in the last fiscal year was
$188. Applicants must be 21 years of
age, must reside in the territory serv
ed by the office and the office is open
to all citizens of the U. S. Applica
tion blanks may be received from the
i commission at Washington, D. C
Take a tablespoonful of Salts if
Back hurts or Bladder bothers
-Meat forms uric acid.
We are a nation of meat eaters and
our blood is filled with uric acid, says
a well-known authority, who warns
us to be constantly on guard against
The kidneys do their utmost to free
the blood of this irritating acid, but
become weak from the overwork; they
get sluggish; the eliminative tissues
clog and thus the waste is retained in
the blood to poison the entire system.
When your kidneys ache and feel
Uke lumps of lead, and you have sting
ing pains in the back or the urine is
cloudy, full of sediment, or the blad
der is irritable, obliging you to seek
relief during the night; when you
have severe headaches, nervous and
dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid stom
ach or rheumatism in bad weather, get
from your pharmacist about four
ounces of Jad Salts: take a tablespoon
ful in a glass of water before breakfast
each morning and in a few days your
kidneys will act fine. This famous
salts is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithia,
and has been used for generations to
flush and stimulate clogged kidneys.
to neutralize the acids in urine so it is
no longer a source of irritation, thus
ending urinary and bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
injure: makes a delightful elferves
cent lithia-water drink, and nobody
can make a mistake by taking a little
occasionally to keep the kidneys clean
and active. Adv,
Pay $1.00 Weekly Clothing
for Men and Women Suits,
Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc.
Largest and oldest Credit House
Reasonable, Reliable .and Con
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The Parlor Market
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Fresh Western Meats
POULTRY, EGGS AND GREEN
. 173 PHONES 174
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PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING,
A Screen Fatvorite,
111 M W .V " .
Big: Meeting Will
Launch Liberty Drive
(Continued from Page 1)
was blind for twenty months, yet I
sing no song of hate.
"If we curse and rave about them,
we sink, in a certain sense, to their
own level. Let us win this war; let
us beat the boche; let us kill Prus
sianism, but let us not sink to the
same level with the Hun.
'War is a man's medicine. I know
of no one who gets more out of life
than the soldier at the front."
He paid high tribute to the Ameri
can troops, saying that the first time
in three years that the Germans saw
the backs of the Australians was when
the latter turned around to look at
the American doughboys, coming over
w,tn a wonderful gift of speech an.1
a voice that has marvelous carrying
power, Mr. Skeyhul is easily one or
the most compelling speakers ever
heard here, and his story of the seige
of Gallipoli, at which he was wounded,-
was one of the most graphic of
descriptions, : and thrilled his hearers
with its story of heroism.
His whimsical humor, his strong de
nunciation of the evil of the war and
his faith in the good that is to come
out of it, were - compelling in their
power and held the audience for more
than half an hour, silent and thrilled
except for frequent laughter and applause.-
At the Baptist Church in the even
ing, Mr. Skeyhill spoke to a large au
dience again under the auspices of the
United War Work camp campaign
At the church in the evening Mr,
Skeyhill spoke particularly of the
Poets who had given their lives in the
Great Cause, and of the drama of the
war. At the First Methodist Church
in the morning he spoke to a great au-
dience and again at the Naval Air Sta-
tion in the afternoon
Mr. Skeyhill, who won the British
Literary Prize, has given The Jour
nal the following beautiful poem, for
(Throueh the Window of a Railway
Train in So'ith Carolina;
b" me, like the pictures on the
1- -.wer brooks and fields of wav
Whilst in the far flung distance, lona
The mountains peer from out their
, clouded lair. '
The Cyprus and the maple, of their
Stand, stark and still, and silent as the
A mat of multi-colored flowers below.
Soft drapes the field where fabled
fairies go .
Each night, to serenade beneath thu
And drink, from silver cups, the in
Or, mayhap, who can tell what fairies
To wait the morn and suck the pearl
Of flowers rich. The sun, a ruby red.
Glows in the west, where colors gar
Steal out through, space to fondle and
The lone clouds, , In their virgin love
High, on the wing, in richest notes,
A wild bird fills the cool autumnal
With melody divine. Across the way
A mother watches as her children play.
And down the winding pike, soft-eyerl
A maiden walks to meet her southern
And as I sit here In this southbound
It seems as though the loneliness and
Of blasted hopes, and youthful prom
ises slain - T
Soften since earth was earth, the eyes
of man " -
Have ne'er beheld a more delightful
span . ; y
Than these soft skies and colored hills
Oh Lord,' it Is, it is thy promised land.
BOY SCOUTS MARCH
IN LIBERTY PARADE
AH Boy Scouts of Troop No. 1 are
requested to meet" in front of the Pen
sacola Gas Company today at 11 o'clock
to participate in the Liberty parade.
As many as have uniforms will please
wear them, the Scoutmaster requests.
HOW A SALESMAN SUFFERED
R. J. Porter. Sterling. CoL,, -writes: "For
six months I suffered with a painful weak
back. As a traveling salesman I had to
stooo frequently to pick up my grips.
which I grew to dread as the pain when
I straightened up was awful. Numerous
remedies failed to reach ray case. I was
induced to try Foley Kidney Fills. Relief
was immediate. Say. they are great! Any
one afflicted as I was should try a bottle
or two of Foley Pills." Good for pain in
the back, rheumatic pains, aching joints,
nnr Tnuscles. , Sold ; vfmrhere. adv.
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JENKINS TO FACE
Ceola Jenkins, the colored woman,
who was shot by Julius Jenkins early
last Monday morning died at 7 o'clock
yesterday morning at her home In
MillView as a result of the wounds in
flicted upon her by. the colored man.
This brings the case into more seri
ous consequences for Jenkins and it
is likely that a verdict of manslaugh
ter or murder will be returned by the
coroner s jury which is to meet this
morning at 10 o'clock, and which wa3
empanneled by Coroner W. L. Johnson
and Deputy Sheriff Marble. ;
Jenkins secured entry to. the colored
woman's house through a window and
shot her during the early hours of
the morning. The sheriff's office was
called and the assailant was caught by
Deputy Marble before, noon. It is
charged that the weapon with which
Jenkins is said to have done the shoot
ing was afterward thrown into a small
lake near Millview.
BE WORK DAY
(Continued from page one)
several places for instance, in the
poultry list, only four strains are men
tioned, but any pure bred birds may
be entered, and all will have equal
chances for premiums. Also turkeys
and ducks may be entered, and will
come under the same head.
In live stock, instead of the entry.
four sows and .boar make a herd, it
should be, two sows and one boar.
Mr. Hardy is very anxious to have
( good exhibits of 7 poultry and - live
stock, and believes that these corivc
tions will facilitate entries In these
departments. . ' -
Matten Smith, colored, 30 years old,
was shot and seriously wounded at
3:30 o'clock last night by Aaron Long,
also colored, proprietor "of a meat mar
ket at 319 North DeVilliers street. The
shooting took place on lower ' Tarra
gonna street and the victim was re
moved to his home near the corner of
Coyle and Belmont : streets in a taxi
cab. " . .
It is alleged by negroes in the neigh
borhood that Smith,' accompanied by
another colored man .and two negro
women, one of whom is said to have
been Long's wife, were riding with a
horse and buggy owned by Long, when
tlv; shooting occurred. Smith is an
employe of the Pensacola Shipbuilding
company and was in a serious condi
tion at a late hour last night, the bul
let havingentered the right side of his
abdomen. ' '
: Long was arrested late last night by
C.vj;tain Harper and. Officer Simmons.
The shooting created considerable
excitement among negroes of the city.
V. S. MARINES VISIT
CITY; ENJOY LIBERTY
Two carloads of U. S. Marines who
had Mare Island, California, placarded
on their cars as their starting place,
stopped over in Pensacola for several
hours yesterday and enjoyed freedom
on the city streets.:.
CUT THIS OUT -IT IS WORTH MONEY
DON'T MISS THIS. ' Cut out this slip,
enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Co.
2835 -Sheffield Avenue. Chicago. 111., writ
ing your name and address clearly. You
will receive in return, a trial package con
taining Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
for coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney
Pills, 'for pain In sides and back: rheu
matism, backache, kidney and bladder ail
ments: and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a
wholesome and thoroughly cleansing ca
thartic for constipation, biliousness, head
ache and sluggish bowels. Sold every
where. adv. !
A perfect Havana Smoke. Made in a fac
tory under the supervision of the U. S. Gov
ernment, who says "Nothing: but Havana To
bacco oes in this Cigar." U
" AT YOUR DEALERS
THE LEWIS BEAR CO.
The very newest- Thomas H. Inc0
production, "The Keys 'of the Right
eous," a Paramount picture,; is to he
seen tomorrow at Isis Theatre, starring
Enid Bennett who has, because of : a
lawsuit which she only recently
won, been enjoying some time of en
forced idleness. Her friends will 1 be
glad to learn that "The Keys of the
Righteous" gives Miss Bennett ample
opportunity to use her great talents
not only as an emotional ingenue, but
also in parts of the picture as the
winsome comedienne that only she
can be. The excellent supporting cast
includes Earl Rodney, George Nichois.
Josef Swickard, Carl Forms, Gertrude
Claire, Lydia Knott and Melbourne
MacDowelL The director was Jerome
Storm who Worked under the personal
supervision of Thomas H. Ince him
YAXKS TOO IMPETUOUS
FRENCH SOLDIER SAYS
(N. E. A. Special)
Paris, Nov. 10. When debate and
politics lag in the French Chamber of
Deputies the chief diversion is pass
ing complimentary comment on the
valorous deeds of the Yanks. One
deputy, returned from a visit to the
front, said he asked a French soldier
who had seen four years fighting what
he thought of the Americans. The
poilu, he told the deputies, answered :
"Ah, , monsieur, they are marvelous!
But they are not careful enough. Be
hind each one of them is needed an
old fighter who at the right moment
will catch hold of their shoulders and
say: 'Not so quickly, my friend, not so
DE FUXIAK SPRINGS CLERGYMAN
MARRIES WHILE ON VACATION
DeFuniak Springs, Fla., Nov. 10.
Rev. J. J. P. Perry, rector of the Epis
copal Church at DeFuniak Springs and
one of the best known clergymen of
W7est Florida, recently surprised his
friends by returning home with a
bride. . Late in September Rev. Perry
went to Tennessee for a vacation and
while there visited Memphis where he
married Mrs. Elizabeth B. Armistead,
of Arlington, a suburb of Memphis. He
recently returned home and brought
his wife and installed her in the rec
tory without advance announcement
to his many , friends. It develops that
the bride and groom were friends In
AUTO TROUBLES GIVE .
POLICE MUCH WORRY
A. R. Painter ,of the Naval Air Sta
tion, reported to the police last night
that his auto had been stolen from the
parking place before the San Carlos
hotel. The number on the car was
A man who gave his name to tha
police as Sapp reported to the police
last night he was struck and knocked
down by an auto on North Palafox
street. He gave the number of the
machine as 2S214-B.
Put a stop to them wJth bid
reliable Dr. King's New
That ra-w," hoarse throat "must be
soothed. That phlegm-loaded chest
must be loosened. That cough must
be checked so you can sleep.
Dr. King's New Discovery has been
relieving colds, and coughs for half a
century without the least disagreeable
Your druggist has it because St (a
well-known and in big demand. 60c
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Try tills for Constipation
Keep the bowels on schedule time'
with Dr. King's New. Life Puis, the
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ONE DAY ONLY SAENGER AMUSEMENT COMPANY
PRESENTS '' '
f TEMPERED STEEL "
finds herself thrown into the whlrl
bafflinjf croM-currents of Intrigue and
pool of New Tort life, with, all its
DIRECTED BY RALPH INCE
SAENGER WAR NEWS CURRENT EVENTS MUTT AND
JEFF In "THE KAISER'S NEW DENTIST." f
REILLY'S ISIS ORCHESTRA
ENID BENNETT In "KEYS. OF THE RIGHTEOUS"
A Story of the Primitive Copper Country
T Avnc THAT GERMANS
ARE FORCED TO YIELD
7 (N. E. A. Special)
wachintrton. D. C Nov. 10. Areas
brought under control of Germany by
conauest were rapidly approaching a
total of -a nan muiion square iuuw
when the Yanks broke into action at
Chateau Thierry, and started them on
thp. homeward way. Here are tne ter
ritories from which Germany has been
forced or will be-iprced witn tne com
ine of neace: .
w ' . ; . , -. r Square
France (northern . provinces).... 4,000
Bplainm (all save - NIeuport re--
T-iiTftmhiire (the whole). ....... 90S
Italv (northern provinces)..... 2,000
Serbia (northern district)....., 7.000
Rumania (the whole).."......... 53,000
Montenegro (the whole)...;.... 5.G03
Albania (northern half) 5,000
Courland ....................... 10,000
Ukrainia V......... 115,000
If you have anything to sell, rent cr
buy; or want to buy, or rent, try a
"Want Ad" in The Journal.
(Compiled for .The Journal by the
Weather Bureau Office)
Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 11, 1918.
Sunrise, 6:11; sunset, 5:55. Moon
rise, 1128 a. m.; moonset, 9:59 p. m.
Next phase of the moon, , first quarter,
11th. High tide, 4. -02 a. m.; low tide,
1 -30 p. m.
Temperature: 7 a. m., 60; 7 p. m. 63.
Highest, 71; lowest, 60; mean, 66; nor
mal, 61. Mean same date last year, 66.
Accumulated deficiency this year to
date, 163. Highest of record for No
vember, 81 degrees. Lowest of record
for November, 25 degrees.
Rainfall: For 24 hours ending 7 p.
mu, 0. Total for this month to 7 p. m,
0. Normal for November, 3.74 Inches.
Accumulated excess this year to date,
Humidity :7 a. m., 87. Noon, 70. 7
p. m., 61.
Barometer: 7 a. m., 0.19; 7 p. m.,
: 5 r rsmp
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111- ujrfo GJSggMi
' Commercial Department
, DeDicting r the many changes that tf ,
are wrought, in the life of -a girl LV.Al
uTupln the seclusion of an old- fo&Z-
home, who suaaeniy
A thriller from
the "Wild and
"Smiling Geo. Walsh
In a Story of Pep and
FIVE NEGROES ARRESTED
FOR GAMIiLlXU AND TTIErT
Thomas ,' King, Abraham Shaw,
Thomas Sykes and Ben Yates, all col
ored, were arrested yesterday by th;
police and charged with gamblim.
Evie Lee, colored, charged with be
ing a dangerous and suspicious char
acter was arrested by Captain Har
per of the police force yesterday an I
was . later released on a bond of $23.
She was suspected of ; having taken
nearly $100 in cash belonging to another-colored
woman which -had been
dropped on the sidewalk.
the congestion and
A tittle, applied without rublinz, win
Penetrate immediately and rest and
soothe the nerves.
Sloan's Liniment fa very effective ia
allaying external pains, strains, bruises,
aches, stiff joints, sore muscles, lumba
go, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges
Keep a big bottle always on hand
for family use. Druggists everywhere.
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