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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1918.
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SOCIETY
METROPOLITAN GRAND BALL
.DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR AT SAN
CARLOS HOTEL LAST EVENING
The San Carlos ball room -was the
scene last evening of one of the most
delightful affairs of the season, when
the Metropolitan Dancing Club en
tertained about one hundred and
twenty-five guests with a grand ball.
The artistic decorations of the spa
cious ball room were carried out in
the national colors and United State3
flags. A program of the latest dance
imasic from New York City was ren
dered by the Naval Air Station band
under the direction of O'Brien Motta.
7 A number of out-of-town guests
were present among whom were
Misses Maude TVoolf, Cornelia March,
Lorello Bynm, Mildred Eates, Helen
Moore, Margaret Jones and Luc
Henderson, attractive society girls ox
Mobile.
WILL LEAVE
-TOMORROW MORNING
..,-.. Reverend J. A. Ansley, pastor of the
'" Tirst Baptist church, and Judge E. B.
Beggs will leave tomorrow morning
.for Pine Barren, Kla., near Atmore,
j Aa f j0 attend the Pensacola Bay
Ur-JBaptist association which convenes
there the last of this week.
DELIGHTFUL DISPLAY, FIRST
CHRISTIAN CHURCH BAZAAR
In passing on South Palafox street
" one's attention is irresistibly drawn
to the beautiful display of lovely and
daintily hand-made gifts suggestive of
the Christmas season artistically ar-
- ranged in the windows of a local firm.
They are the articles for the Christ
mas bazaar which is held every year
by the members of the Priscilla Club
of the First Christian church and are
"very moderately priced. They will be
on sale Friday and Saturday of this
week.
ONLY ONE DAY
SCHOOL HOLIDAY
Thanksgiving holidays of the public
school pupils of Escambia county will
'"Hot be extended beyond today, on ac
count of the loss of time through the
pidemlc of Influenza. All pupils of
the city and county, however, will en
joy the services and pleasures plan
ned for the day.
: PROGRAM OF MUSIC AT
; FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The choir of the First Presbyterian
I church will be augmented today at
5 the eleven o'clock service by several
musical numbers especially appropri
i ate to the day. E. A. Boyer, army and
-jnavy song leader, will sing a solo and
r Mr. and Mrs. Boyer will also give a
duet. Mrs. Niia Osborn Benn will be
heard in a vocal number, and the High
.School Boy's Chorus will sing the Sol-
dler's Chorus from Faust. Mr. Max
Heinberg will play a violin olo. and
v.will also accompany Mrs. Benn with
' violin obligato.
VICTORY CELEBRATION
W. O. W. HALL
; In celebration of victory of America
and the allies, and entertainment fea
tured by a patriotic program and dedl
cation services will be held by Live
;)ak Camp. No. 1., W. O. W., at their
ball on West Garden street, opening
promptly at 7:30 o'clock.
4 ANNOUNCES BIRTH OF A SON
" - Mr. and Mrs. Leo Askew, 117 Wesl
-. -Government street, are receiving con
, gratulatlons on the birth of a son,
Wednesday, November 27. Mrs. Askew
was formerly Miss Alberta O'Donovan.
KIEFER-REINHOLD WEDDING
Mr. Elmer Gastcn Keif er, who is '
connected with the Pensacola Ship
building company, and Miss Harriet
Florence Reinhold, of Indiana, were
-: iuietly united in marriage last eve
' aiing at the home of Reverend and
Mrs. A. Ansley, 901 North Palafox
street, Keverend Mr. Ansley perform
, .ing the ceremony. Miss Reinhold, wtw
arrived in tao city yesterday evening,
was attired In a stunning trjvnar
. suit of gray with hat, shoes and
cloves to match. Mr. and Mrs KVifoi-
are temporarily making their home at
me saa uarios.
MARRIAGE OF MR. McGUIRE
j AND MISS HARRISON
Reverend J. A. Ansley, pastor of the
!FIrst Baptist church, performed the
ceremony which united in marriae-a
last evening Mr. William Evans Mc-
Ouire and Miss Ola Mae Harrison, of
frJLndianna, at his home, 901 North Pala-
iux street.
r Miss Harrison, who arrived in the
? city yesterday, was charming in a
J street suit of brown broadcloth with
i na ana accessories to match. Mr.
i McGuire Is connected with the Pen-
f sacola Shipbuilding company. The
J couple will make their home in the
city and are at present located at the
I San Carlos.
i DEED'S "BETTER BREAD"
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For Sale by
I ALL FIRST CLASS STORES
J REED'S SANITARY BAKERY
! Palafox and Gregory Streets
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The Man Who Whispered "Go Ahead and Turned a German Mve
Jj iy
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig-, in command of British for
a "close-up," proving that the leader of the British has a firm and
right hand the top-heavy helmet British officers wear on formal
STEEL-DUKE
MARRIAGE
A SURPRISE
A marriage that came a a surprise
to a number of their friends took place
this evening in the Church House of
St. Joseph's church, when Agnes Bar
bara Steel, of this city, married Carl
Duke of Denver, Colo. Mrs. Duke is
the daughter of William Steel and re
sided with her parents at 145 Inten
dencia street. West, while Mr. Duke
is a machinist's mate at the Xaval Air
Station. Mr. and Mrs. Duke will r,. .
side at the home of Mrs. Duke's par
ents until Mr. Duke's discharge from
the navy is procured.
Cuticun: Quickly Heals
Baby's Itching Skin
Bathe him with hot water and Cuti
cura Soap. Dry gently and apply
Cuticura Ointment to any redness,
roughness, rashes or chafings. These
super-creamy emollients usually af
ford instant relief, permit rest and
sleep and point to speedy healment
often when all else fails.
Bampl Each Tnt by Kail. Addrecs pnrt-crd:
"Cattcv, Drpt. 18 A. Boatoa Sold eYrrwbre.
Soap 5c Ointment 23 and Sue. Talcum 2oc.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
Good MorriHg!
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SMITH
K'EVJ STENOGRAPHER?
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CIL OF
TRADES IS
PRDPOSftL
By FREDERICK M .KERBY.
N. E.A. Staff Correspondent.
New York, Nov. 27 Self-government
for every industry. The complete or
ganization of every trade, with every
man in his union and every employer
in his association. From the two an
elected trade parliament in every trade
with proper status and adequate pow
ers. This is the plan of the Industrial
Reconstruction Council of Great
Britain, the workings of which are be
ing studied by our own department of
labor, writh a view ,to possible appli
cation of this method of harmonizing
the interests of capital and labor here.
The Industrial Reconstruction Coun
cil of Great Britain is an unofficial
propagandist body v established to
preach this doctrine of self-government
for industry and the reconstruc
tion of industry by the industry It
self. The council originated in October,
1917. It was called by a large number
of officers of trade associations, edi
tors of trade papers and others inter
ested in the movement for industrial
self-government.
At present the interest of the coun
cil is centered In " the formation of
joint industrial councils, this being
considered the first step toward the
goal In view. It Is working in close re
lation with government departments.
Its ultimate object is to establish a
species of parliamentary government
for each separate great Industry, which
JAme is F
NAME
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The mamacc&Io
ces in France and Flanders. The first picture (at left) shows him in field uniform; the second is
determined looking jaw; at the right is a picture of Haig in full dress uniform, holding in his
occasions.; He really prefers the uniform at the left that's his fighting clothes.
shall enact laws and rules to govern
all phases of the industry, including
hours, wages, conditions, overtime,
safety devices profit sharing, accident
compensation security of employment
raw mater' ".1, technical methods, im
proving in manufacturing methods, ap
prenticeship and' all' the other complex
trade questions with which unions and
manufacturers' associations now deal
separately and about which they quar
rel in strikes, lockouts,' blacklists, etc.
AUTOMOBILES COLLIDE AT
GARDEN AND PALAFOX STS.
Two automobiles, owned by Percy
S. Haynes and Ir. J. N. Bennet, col
lided at the corner of Garden and
Palafox streets at a late hour last
night. Slight damage was done to
both cars. The officer investigating
the accident pronounced it unavoid
able. INFLUENZA LA GRIPPE
The present influenza Is now known to
be our old familiar la grippe. Foley's
Honey and Tar is just what every suf
ferer from influenza or , la grippe needs
now. It covers the cough inflamed throat
with a soothing, healing lotion, clears
away the mucus,' stops the tickling and
coughing, eases the tightness and heavy
breathing. Day and : night, keep Foley's
Honey and Tar handy. It gives ease,
warmth and comfort from the very first
uuse. Uuy it now, -AJ.
Learn to Lookout for Yourself .
Somebody has declared that when
people learn to ' treat slight ailments
themselves, there will much less
sickness. Most diseases have tiieir
origin in some minor . ailment, and
when that is properly treated the more
serious diseases may be avoided. This
is particularly true of throat and lung
troubles. Take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and give every cold the
attention it deserves and you vil be
able to avoid some of the most seri
ous diseases that afflict mankind. This
remedy has been in use for many
fears and its value fully proven.
Adv.
A FELLOW CAN'T BE TOO
I OPEMEO Votffc MAIL. FOR
Sou amo Vod'u. fmo rr
All in oroer. these
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SMITH
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Mr. M. II. Luff, manager Pensacola
branch. Western Union, expects to be
absent for the next two weeks on a
vacation trip. During his absence his
place will be filled by the relief man
ager, Mr. J. B. Norton.
ENGLISH MAY BE THE
OFFICIAL PEACE LANGUAGE
Paris, Nov. 27. The question of
conducting the proceedings of the
peace congress in English is being dis
cussed. If this is done, it will be the
first great international congress with
English as the official language,
French having long been recognized
as the medium of diplomats. It is
said that English will be more con
venient though a large number of the
delegation speak French. A printed
record of the daily proceedings will
be printed both in French and Eng
lish. WILHELMSHOHE COUNCIL TO
SUPPORT NEW GOVERNMENT
Copenhagen, Novz. 27. The Sol
diers Council at Wilhelmshohe, where
situated, has sent a wireless dispatch
to Deputy Noske at Kiel, saying that
ment in sharp measures against - the
they will support the present govern
minority, whose efforts contain the
greatest danger to the revolution and
favor the continuance of the empire.
BELIEVE ADMIRAL KOLCHAK,
RUSS DICTATOR, ASSINATED
Honolulu, Nov. 27. Cable adviefi
received here today by the Japanese
daily newspaptr stated that it was re
ported in Japan that Admiral Kolchak.
dictator of Siberia, had been assas
sinated at Omsk. No details were
given.
PERSONA
MENTION
CAREFUL NOWADAYS
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HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
TO MEET AMATURE
TEAM IN MORNING
A football game is to be played this
morinig at 9 o'clock uetween the Pen
sacola high school eleven and the Tig- j
ers, a team organized among young
Pensacolians who wish to test the
mettle of the high eleven. The game
is to be a practice affair to put the
high school men in their best form for
the meeting with Barton . Academy at
Mobile, Saturday. The game is to be
played in the morning in orfler to leave
the field clear for the army-uavy
this afternoon, Coacn OLsen announ
ces.
JUDGE ISSUES
FOUR LICENSES
Licenses to marry were Issued to
the following couples by County
Judge Henry Bellinger yesterday: El
mer Kiefer and Harriet Reinhold; Ed
ward Bartlett and Christina Barr; Wil
liam Henry Allen and Mattie May
Towley; William Evans .McGure and
Ola May Harrison.
TWO ESCAPED WOMEN
CONVICTS ARE TAKEN
Two escaped convicts were appre
hended by the police last night, when
Myra Bell and Ozie McColl. colored,
were taken by Officers Ionaldson and
A. M. Harper. Myra. Bell escaped
from the convict ; camp at Barrineau
Park several days ago and a reward
for her apprehension was offered.
Ozie McColl Walked out the back door
of the city jail Tuesday while she was
temporarily allowed the liberty of the
hall.
N. E. A. Staff Correspondent
Pittsburg1. Nov. 27. What are thf
prospects for the coal business?
Will demand slacken, production and
prices drop?
Will more or fewer miners be em
ployed? All these questions are of vital in
terest to coal dealers and consumers
everywhere. "
Here are the replies and forcasts of
John H. Jones of Pittsburg, president
f the Bertha Coal Co.. one of th?
really big men in coal production ia
America:
South America Wants Coat.
"I believe," said Mr. Jones, "that we
shall face the most wonderful coal
market for the next few years that this
country has ever enjoyed.
"We must send coal to South
American and In France. Fuel Is very
short there, particularly in Scrutb
America.
"I am convinced that In America
there will come a demand from the
'non-essential industries that will be
exceedingly hard to fill.
"The American industries put in the
"non-essential class in war-time, sncb
as glass, pottery, brick and the like,
have been held down to a 50 per cent
production basis.
"I am strongly of the opinion that
there need be no entertainment of any
other thought than that We are head
ed for a most wonderful era of pros
perity, so far as domestic demands are
concerned.'
From which it Is plain that Mr.
Jones does not anticipate any unem
ployment problem in coal mining; nor
does he contemplate possibility of am-
great drop in coal prices in the face
of a great foreign and domestic de
mand for f ueL ?
KREMLIN
FORTRESS
MINED BY TR0T2KY
(N. E. A. Special.)
Amsterdam, Nov. 27. The famous
Kremlin fortress was elaborately
mined by Trotzky in preparation for a
retreat before the Czecho-Slavonian
army. A band of unknown men who
looked upon the act as sacriege, re
moved the explosives and destroyed
the wires.
JAPANESE SHIPPING
BROADENING FIEtt
Liverpool, Nov. 27. Japanese steam
ship lines are establishing connections
which are bound to continue after the
war. Traffic with India is increasing,
although British ships are excluded
from coastal -traffic in Jaj'an. . An ex
tensive trade with New Zealand a1"!
Australia is also being developed.
RESTRICTIONS ON
COTTON SEED OIL
EXPORT MODIFIED
Washington, Nov. 27. The distribi
tion of sugar under the certificate sys
tem will be discontinued recember l,
under an order Issued today by thf
food administration. Domestic con
sumers, however, will be expected t
observe a voluntary ration of fom
pounds to each ninety meals served.
UNDERWEAR SCARCT
FOR ENGLISH PEOPLE
Iondon, Nor. 27. English peopl?
are being warned to hang onto last
year's underwear as the entire ma
chinery for manufacture of medium
and heavy-weight underwear has been
taken over by the government for the
military use. Hosiery also will b
scarce for the civilian population.
TO SERVE SERVICE ..
MEN ONLY TOOAT
Service men only will be served to
day at the Army and Navy Cafeteira
The number of men of the army an.
navy who will be In the city for th.'
Thanksgiving Day festivities w;l
make it impossible for the general pub
licto be served.
rYftEUKALCIA
or Headache-
Rub the forehead
and temples with
NEW PRICES 30c, 6Qc, 1.20
BY ALLMAN.

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