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THE PENS4 COLA JOURNAL. MONDAY MORNING; DECEMBER 2, 1918.
american leadegs to attend .puis labor cuhferenge "f ATHLETICS POPULAR WITH THE OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE The next time you buy calomel ask for By CONDCV fVHETHe? THe STORY is TRue OR not, 3ur THAT'S WHAT t Me4f?T ADMY AND HAW WTshipgrton, Dec, J. American Fed eration pf Labor delegates to the inter national labor conference to be held in Paris while the great peace conference js sitting-, were announced today by the executive council. They are: Samuel Gompers, president of the Federation; William Green, serretary treasurer of the United Mine Workers; John P. Alpine, president of the Plum bers, and James Duncan, president of the International Association of Gran ite cutters. Frank Morrison, secretary of, the federation, said the purpose of the in ternational conference is "to consider and help in peace discussions and to establish a new international trade union federation." The executive council of the federation, he said would issue investigations to the trade or ganizations of all nations to participate and he added that representatives from all principal nations were expected to attend. Although Sfr, Morrison declined to discuss the matter, it is understood the conference proposes to make its information and views available to the peace delegates Who, if they see fit, consult unofficially with the confer ence or with individual delegations composing it on matters in which labor is vitally concerned. Out of the Paris conferKhce labor leaders expect will come the establish ment of an international federation of labor, with subsidiaries in every mer cantile and manufacturing country in the world, which will unite workers of j the entire globe in the same manner! that American and Canadian workmen ar united jn the American federation. j Young Man Us g Curie ura To Save Your Hair Ncxhlng like shampoo with Cuticura Soap and hot water, preceded by touches of Cuti cura Ointmcat to spots of dandruff and itch ing 4 keep the scalp and hair healthy. Tbey ars ideal for all toilet uses. In the momina shave with CuHcura Soap the Cuti-:.-ft ,'..-.'.! ,'. u g. After .shaving m-.t uri i:'t.ii:'ck? spots of dandruff 1 " " ra Ointment. Then lti ,.- i -cIp with Cuticura eatirar. Bath with , t, dust with TsJeam. NO DECEPTION If jt is good you will find it , at the Kozy Korner, and if you-find it here you will know that it is good. ''Only the Best" Our Motto JTry Our Coffee You'llV Like It! KOZY KORNER Palaf ox and Romana Sts. Every taste may be satis, fied here. Atmore's Mince Meat and Plum Pudding THE PURE FOOD STORE 1720 -Phones 1721 1 The purified calomel tab lets that are entirely free of all sickening and sali rating: effects. MsJidsal Tirtnei vtsfly Imprare). Guaranteed by your dragiat. Sdi mJj in f ale4 packages. Price 35c Detailed Account Shows Virtual Victory For P. H. S. A detailed account of ithe game in which Barton Academy defeated Pen sacola High, Saturday, ty the score of 1 o to o shows that, contrary to first re j ports that the contest was very close, i The local boys attribute their defeat to the Tact tnat Russel Moulton, who came to Pensacola with the Barton team as Coach was played as full-back, and it was his work alone that beat the local team. line plunges and off tackle pla.ys, car ried the ball tothe Barton 1 9 -yard line, I but here Pensacola was penalized 15 J yards for so-called "holding," P. H. g. punted to Ine JiartOn 30-yard line. Bar ! ton, by a perieg of line plunges failed to gain very much, and their end runs j were failures, as P. H. S. ends, Bar j row and Vickery repeatedly broke through th&r interference for brijliant tackles. The first quarter ended with both teams fighting hard in the middle of the field. In the second quarter Creary and Ol sen made repeated gains by line plunge es, and carried the ball well down the field, and it looked as if P. H. S. had sure touchdown, but Pensacola was again penalized- P. H. S. then punted to the Barton 30-yard line. Barton by ! a series of line plunges, carried the ', ball to within two yards of a touch down: but here P. H. S. put up a stone wall defense and held them for downs. pm -ensacoia punied, ana again Barton carried the ball to within two yards of Pensacola a goal; but the P. H. S. stone wall was again there, and" Barton was held. This ended the first half. T 1 x 1. 1 . in me mirti quarter, f. ti. s. re- neived the ball, and by a series of line plunges carried the ball into Barton's territory. Here the ball changed haqds repeatedly and the quarter ended with the ball in the center of the field. In the fourth quarter Barton again with the use of Moulton carried the ball to within ten yards of Pensacola's goal line. Here, after a doubtful deci sion on downs, the ball was barely pushed over for a touchdown. Barton tailed to kick the goal. With flve min utes to play, Creary of P. H, S. received the ball on the 30-yard line and re turned it 20 yards. Olsen then hit the Barton line for a gain of 5 yards. Here Pensacola was again penalized and the game ended. Another significant fact to note was that the Barton team was' not -penalized during the entire game, while the local suffered penalties every time they had the ball. MEAT CAUSE OF KIOflEHBOUBLE Take a glass of Salts if your . Back hurts or Bladder both ers Meat forms uric acid. If you must have your meat every day. eat it. but flush your kidneys with salts occasionally, says a noted author ity who tells us that meat forms uric acid which almost paralyzes the kid neys in their efforts to expel it from the blood. - They become sluggish and weaken, then you suffer with a dull misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coated and when the weather Is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The ur ine srets plnudv. full channels often get sore and irritated, obliging you to seek relief two or three time during the night. To neutralize these irritating acids, to cleanse the kidneys and flush oft the body's urinous waste get four Oun ces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy here; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will 'then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon iuice. combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stim ulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutral ise the acids in urine, so it no longer irritates, thus ending bladder weak ness. Jad Salts is inexpensive: cannot in jure, and makes a delightful eflTerves cent lithia-water drink. Adv. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Of Pensaeels CAPITAL. STOCK Paid In Atlanta, Ga Pec. J. The physical activities of the Y. M. C. A. in the Southeastern Department were curtail ed somewhat, as the result of the pre valence of Bpapjsh Influenza, hut a to tal nt r.Qriv wn million men were reached during the month of October despite this Handicap Volley Ball, which ha been among the first three sports practically every month, leaped from third place jn Sep tember to first place In October, in the number of players participating in tms sport. Vnllow "Rail chnvall SL total Of 94.552 players engaging in this fascmatins sport during October. Baseball came second with 90,476 and football third with 85,437. Quoits led in the total number of frames participated in, 12,040 games of "horseshoes" being pitched during the month. Bpxing ranked second in this respect with bouts conducted, while Volley BalrTame third with 9,233 games played. Baseball as, usual drew the greatest crowd of spectators, 277,296 soldiers and sailors watching the playing of tv. notinnoi nQcinmo in fh( southeast ern camp5. Boxing ranked second in spectators with 204.816 and footoaJl came third with 143,583. In total men reached, which consists of both participants and spectators. Baseball led with 367,772 men reached. Football was Second with 234,025 and Boxing third with 228,190. Camp Jackson supplanted Fort Og lethorpe for the lead among the camps, leading in every department, in games, meets, bouts etc., promoted in partici pants in spectators and ia total men reached. New German Party Against Bolshevism ' ' .. - s Berlin. Dec, J. (By the A. P.) The aims of the new German democratic party whose appeal for support has been sent to President Wilson, were outlined to the correspondent today by Theodor "Wolff, editor-in-chief of the Berlin Tageblatt. It was on Herr Wolffs Initiative that the party was formed. "Our party," Herr Wolff said, 'has formed to support the repbl:c, to fur- ther democratic reforms On socialist economic basis and tq furnish a rally ing point for the middle classes and keep them from falling into the power of the reactionaries. The party WU naturally oppose Bolshevism with all means at its command. In other words we aim to win and hold the middle classes for democracy.' Herr Wolff explained, mat in Keep ing with, the party's aims, all former members of the progressive or other parties who have been active ift WlU- taristic ana nauonvisu ui who. like Dr. Gustav Stresserrfann. na tional liberal member of the Reichstag, have actively advocated the submar ine campaign have been flatly informed that, while they cannot be excluded from the party if they desire to join, they will nevertheless be rigorously excluded frpm any participation in its leadership. . , "The party's membership is already colossal," said Herr Wolff, and thou sands of accessions are coming in daily. Virtually the whole progressive party membership, excepting a few on the extreme right, will Join, and many prominent democrats who formerly stood so far to the left that they were kept out of party councils. These in clude men like Hugo Pruss, Germany's foremost authority on constitutional law, who is now drafting a constitu tion for submission to the national as sembly. Prof. Walther Schuecking, of Marburg University, Prof. Gerlach, de puty Fischbeck and Prof. Max Weber.' The left wipg of the National Liber als is also furnishing recruits, accord ing to Herr Wolff. These men include Prince Schoenaeh Carolath, Dr. M. J. Junck. Dr. Witting, president of the National Bank Qf Berlin, and others. The National Liberals who opposed the reform of the Prussian franchise or favored the submarine campaign, or. annexationist policies will be excluded from leadership. Herr Wolff declared that his party, next to the socialists, was by far the strongest in the em pire. It will favor the socialization of .certain industries such as mines, and will demand that great estates be di vided up for settlement on returning soldiers. Italian Offieer Now Ia Pensacola Tells War Tales Twenty-two years in the Italian navy continuous transport service during the present war, and a thrilling escape from death when his ship was torpe doed by two German submarines, are a few of the experiences of an talian navf al officer. Senior Lieutenant Anthony Mazsio of the tanker Bronte, which put into Pensacola yesterday to fill her bunkers with coal. Lieutenant Mazzio, who visited this port fourteen years ago on an Italian waTBhip, has been in the Italian trans port service between French and Italian ports and Salonika, where Allies mass ed their troops for the great Balkan drive" during the greater part of tno war. Even before Italy bocame invol ved in the conflict he served On Italian Relief ships in the Mediterranean, car rying refugees from the Turks to safe ty, and bears witness to the babaxity of that nation's troops. During one of his trips while in the transport service the ship on which he was serving was attacked by two sub marines and sunk In a very few min utes. Out of a complement tt 500 men, crew, officers and soldiers only eighteen escaped death, and were rescued by an Italian torpedo boat after being In the water for eome hours. The Bronte is carrying oil from a Texan port to Europe and stopped here enroute to fill her co?.' bunkers. She will slip out of the harbor at an early j hour this morning. IWM VOO TO C5PR.e,VD . - N- j Many Join in Beautiful Big Elk Memorial (Continued From Page One) again, so was Eramett Wilson. In all his activities he had the love and con fidence of all with whom he came in contact. He was a staunch and true friepd and a fair and open foe. He was honorable in every sense of the worn." Mr. Anderson spoke in detail of the political career of Mr.WUson, and pass ed ,on to that of the next member, Kirke Monroe. ''He had a keen, incisive discriminat ing mind, one that instantly separated the wheat from the chaff q.nd was not bewildered by the camouflage. His de cisions were characterized by an uner ring, unswerving .application of the law of facts. Hi9 sturdy Scotch forbears communicatedto him an inflexible will to do what he conceived to be right, ir respective of persons and consequences He possessed great moral courage and was a power for good in the Joge room.", One of the most beautiful features of the services was the sounding of 5 facts mm Crisp taps. Four brightly burning electric lights in softened globes Illumined the altar, and as the roll was called each light went out and taps were sounded by a bugler from the post. The musical program wts very beau tiful, the vocal numbers by Miss Mc-r bMillan, Sig. Joaquin Sabadie, and Mr. Ray Densmore being especially good. The decorative effects, too, were un usually lovely. In the singine of th ntn8i pr'Sr.jf "My Country "Tis of Thee,"the audlenca rose and joineu iu . was led by Professor A. C. Jteilly. The services closed with the eleven o'clock P. Roch, which was. most impressive. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Suarez wish to thank their friends in Montgomery nd Pensacola, for the many kindnesses and beautiful floral offerings with which their bereavement in the death of their young son, Adrian, was softened. Steps have been taken towards the creation of a garden city, the tirst wf its kind in Franc, qt p-sslsi-Robln-son, seven miles from Paris. Here are "the easily proved con cern er -than other Superior "flavor; More'ea-table" hence more sa-fcisfiqg". A nd iireyTna Re easy the savins o-f wheat:. counteracts the bad effect of mnvvind and dust upon your coinpifcu" The smoke f4 4b of city life, and the un and wind of tt)C country, spell mm tor good cowjolexions. Wit Betinol Ointment, aided bv Kesmol goap repairs the damage done in this way nd hMp to kfep the skin clear, ckn and freah. CWUFHQUE 1.,'J U. . II Ji tendon. "Rnaland. Dec. I. -Jn q. cer tain French town if earn ? h,1 have peR petit - 'fallen down on ve jmp. . "it i neither a 'failure camp' nor a "camp of disgrace,' It might be. called a 'reassignment camp," . . - . , . There men Who proved unable to do work assigned to them. whether In Airhtlnor lino nr hehinn. were ex- amiped. Skilled officers, fnen who can judffe the abilities of others, were de- taiia tn ern miu eaicu vjbc auu assign the man before them to some other line pf work, If a man is told to havp certalp sup plies at a certain point at a certain moment, they are expected to be there. If an officer is instructed to reach a certain point at a certain time he is to reach t. Put when a man has failed possi bly for some ooj reason to get something done properly and in time, it does not necessarily follow that he's a 'failure"-no good to the army, op that he ia a "disgrace," And the question of finding the right notch for him led to the estab lishment of the "reasaignment camp' one of the most remarkable and inter esting spots in the whole American army zone. Xot the" least Interesting thing about it is that the mn who haa been sent there to be placed in a job he can do efficiently is npt made te feel that he is either a "failure" or a "disgrace." GERMAN TROPHIES ARE FRENCH LOAN PRIZES Paris. Dec J-"France gave prizes in captured German cannon, airplanes and trench motars to departments sub scribing the largest sums to the fourth liberation loan. The department sub scribing the most in proportion to pop ulation gets 100 cannon and 50 mo tars., The department having the largest in dividual subscriptions' will each re ceive a German airplane. Grates in Buckingham Palace are Still tireless by the king's orders and the palaee " is within three-fourths of its fuel ration. 2 ofarf lEilSSieUERT . Ill Reeinol Ointment is cooling, soothing- and healinjr to an irritated skin. Jt contains medicinal ag-ents that are in no way harsh or harmful and may. pe used without hesitation. AH dnwsts ell Remtml Soap and Ointment Why don't you try tbem? FALK'S Korttf PaUfox, Just Above I tit Theatre Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Try a Pound of A. & M. College Creamery Butter from WARFIELD'S Phone 1566. None Better QUALITY SHOP 78 East Wright ROYAL TYPEWRITERS MAYES PRINTING CO. FINE JOB PRINTING .OFFICE SUPPLIES 17-19 Wt Government St. Phone 181 LA MODE 122-124 South Palafoy street Ladies' Garments and Fine Millinery. "THE BBST PLACE TO SHOP AFTER ALL." Pan-American College of Commerce : J. C. 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