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HE PENSACUIA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 1919.
3 SIOLS! MOISTEN II CLOTH AND DRAWS IT It becomes beautifully soft, wavy, abundant and glossy at once. Save your hair! All dandruff goes and hair stops coming out Surely try a "Danderine Hair Cleanse" If you wish to immediately louble the beauty of your hair. Just "rioisten a cloth with Danderine and Iraw it carefuly through your hair, :aking one small strand at a time; this 'ill cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or xny excessive oil In a few minutes vou will be amazed. Your hair will be wavy, fluffy and ah undant and pos sess an incomaprable Sofetness, lustra ind luxuriance. Besides beautifying the hair, one ap plication of Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; invigorates the scalp, stopping Itching and falling hair. Danderine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them." Its exhilarating, stimulating and life-producing properties cause the hair to grow long, strong and beautiful. You can surely have pretty soft, lus trous hair, and lots of it, if you will spend a few cents for a bottle . of Knowlton's Danderine at any drug store or toilet counter and try It as di rected. Save your hair! Keep It looking charming and beautiful. You will say this was the best money you ever spent. adv. J MultiKopy will give clear, legible, permanent impres sions, free from smudg ing and smearing. It lasts longer, giving you more copies per sheet. Our matman uhU gladly call and submit sampUt Mayes Printing Co. Office Supplies 17-19 W. Government Phone 181 ""Sve buy second-hand House hold Furniture for cash. Phone 179. McMillan Auction Co., 327 329 South Palafox Street. REPORT SAYS MEXICO HAS RECOGNIZED THE EBERT GERMAN REGIME Mexico City, March 4. Senor Garza Perez, under secretary of foreign ref lations, is quoted by the Excelsior celsior as saying that Jhe Mexican gov ernment has recognized the new Ebeit government of Germany. No official announcement to that effect has been made. THROUGH HAIR r i . u f . v Ted says io me : "Now thai the war s over, what are you going lo do, Bobby, about LOfJG WEAR AD ECO OM "Last year I purchased a standard make of shoes, and in sixty days the soles were worn through. I had them re-soled with Neolin Soles which lasted me six months in the same ser vice that wpre out the other soles In two," writes E. A. Lancaster of Lan caster & Company, jewelers, Green ville, Tenn. Mr. Lancaster's experience with Neolin Soles is not unusual Millions of people can testify to their long wear and economy. To reduce your Mhoe expense, buy Neolin -soled shoes. You can get them in many styles for every member of the family. Neolin Soles are created by Science to be comfortable and waterproof as well as long wearing. Good repair shops carry them. . They are made by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Ak ron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels guaranteed to outwear all other heels. flleoljn Soles . Iratia Mot Has. U. O. tmX. Off. DROP LEAGUE AND BE MOST CONTEMPTIBLE Continued from Page One) the senate last night by Senator Lodge, proposing the rejection of the League of Nations constitution as no-v drawn. "If the president insists, as I nope h will, that the league be incor porated in the peace , treaty, and brings it back, then responsibility for postponing peace is with the body that refuses to ratify it," Mr. Taft de clared. The resident was cheered for three minutes while the band played "I "Won't Come Back 'Till It's Over, Over There.'' "I accept the 'invitation the baml Just played and I won't come back 'till It's over, over there, President "Wil son said. The president declared he is con vinced by unmistakable evidences from all parts of the country that the nation was in favor of the League of Nations. "I am more happy, because thl means this is not party issue," ho said. "This is not a party issue and not a party, In the long run. will dare oppose It." Sherman Talks. Washington. March 4. "We are willing to take that responsibility. said Senator Sherman, of Illinois, re publican, replying to the president's statement, charging "group men in the seriate." . with an attempt to e. barass the administration, by ob structing the. passage of important legislation before congress adjourned. "If the constitution of the League of Nations Is the result of his attendance at the Paris conference and his ad ministration of railroads in the Uni ted States the result of his attendance upon congress, both Paris and Wash ing would be better off without him." POLICE ARREST YOUNGSTERS IN THEFT ROUNDUP In a drive to round up a number of youngsters, whom they believe to be responsible for recent thefts of au tomobiles about the city, the police arrested Carl Metcalf." 18 years old. yesterday. He is in the city jail, as are Claud Gardner and Willie Kim mons, arrested Monday. Willie Whit mire was turned over to Probation Officer Sam Pinney yesterday. These boys were in the car stolen late Sunday afternoon, from the gar age In the rear of the premises of the Pensacola Crockery and Dry Goods Company, when they were overtaken Monday by Chief Ellis and Officer Byrd, on the road to Gull Point. Met calf, the largest of the boys in the farty, outran his pursuers at the time, aut was picked up yesterday. zz Keep ri&ht on eaiinr em r I says. Never were such delicious corn flakes!' MW.BEET I CCALA ON MARCH 31 NEXT Over 500 delegates are expected to attend the meeting of the Woodmen of the World, whose convention will be held in Ocala, Monday, March 31. Election of officers of the head camp, the naming of representatives to the sovereign camp and amendments to the constitution and by-laws are the principal points to come up at the state meeting. Preparations are made the Ocala camp for a big entertain ment for the delegates. Nearly 200 women, members of the Woodmen Circle, the woman's auxiliary of the W. O. W., will convene in state con vention at Ocala at the same time. Sovereign Commander W. A. Fra zier, of Omaha, Neb, will be present on the opening day. also Sovereign Advisor W. B. Jewell, the only sur viving member, and Sovereign Watch man C. D. Mills, of Jacksonville. VICTORY LOAN MEETING TO BE I PENSACOLA JOINT CONFERENCE OF WEST FLORIDA WORKERS TO BE HELD- HERE SOON WOMEN GIVEN PRAISE FOR SUCESS. The joint conference for the Pen sacola zone of the Liberty loan work ers is to be held in this city in the near future, although the date has not yet been announced. Both men and women who will volunteer for work during the drive for the Victory loan, are to meet at this session. The Pensacola district comprises 16 counties Bay, Calhoun, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Walton. Washington, and Wak ulla. The workers plan to put the "Victory loan over with a rush, ac cording to the announcement of offi cials. Pensacola women have come in for special mention in connection with the Fourth Liberty Loan drive. Mrs. C. W. Lamar was chairman for Es cambia county and the county assign ment was $1,025,500. The women were asked to raise one-third of this amount ($320,000), and suceeded in raising $477,650, according to figures issued from the headquarters of the state committee at Jacksonville. Mrs. Horace 'L. Simpson, of Pensacola, represented the Confederate Southern Memorial Association in the cam paign and greatly aided in the work. We buy second-hand House hold Furniture for cash. Phone 179. McMillan Auction Co., 327 329 South Palafox Street. CITY SANITARY ORDINANCE HAS BEEN CHANGED By a resolution, the city commis sioners dropped the ordinance adopt ed January 22, providing for the con struction of sanitary surface closets in sections of the city not having sew erage. The resolution stated that the ordinance had met with much oppo sition from tax payers and threaten ed litigation, which would render its enforcement difficult. The same resolution provided for re-enactment of the former sanitary ordinance adopted in 1914, with such amendments and revisions as the city attorney might advise. It is expected that this ordinance will be made to meet the main re quirements of the health improve ment campaign now being, inaugu rated here under the direction of the U. S. and local health authorities, and which is to be continued. EMPPTY COFFERS FACE HEADS OF - U. S. RAILROADS (Continued from Page One) ther consideration of the railroad ap propriation. The last half hour of the' session was spent by the senate In roll calls on a house resolution to which amend -mends were proposed, providing for early demobilization of the army. The resolution never reached a final vote, amendments being under considera tion when Vice-President Marshall's gavel dropped. Adjourn In Laughter. The senate adjourned in an uproar of laughter when the vice-president announced the senate was adjourned sine "deo" instead of sine "die." Half an hour before adjournment. President Wilson, who with his cab- inet. was in the executive's private room off the senate chamber, signed the $1,000,000,000 wheat guarantee measure. There was no further action in the senate on the resolution offered last night by Republican Leader Lodge and signed by 38 republican members of the next senate, opposing the League of Nations In its present form. The house resolution, urging the American peace delegates to make an effort for final Irish independence, also died in the senate. Failure of the S750.000.000 railroad appropriation also carried with it other aproriations in the general de ficiency bill, aggregating $92,000,000 distributed among many government departments and including $30,000,000 for purchase and requisition of ships by the shipping board. The Invisible Conflict Clockwork THE MISSING LINK FERRY IN CUSTODY OF DISTRICT COURT An admiralty proceeding against the Florida town ferry boat, the Mis sing Link, by which the boat was taken in custody by the'U. S. Mar shal, was Issued yesterday from the office of Clerk F. W. Marsh, of the U. S. District Court. This action was taken following the filing Monday of a damage suit against the operators of the ferry. Simon Otis, V. W. Harrison and W. Rhodes, by Mrs. Rosa Maddox and her husband. The boat will be held nl custody by the authorities until $25,000 bond is furnished. The proceeding grew out of an ac cident at the ferry about a week ago when Mrs. Maddox and a lady friend fell into the water and are alleged to have been painfully injured, while go ing off the ferry. We buy second-hand House hold Furniture for cash. Phone 179. McMillan Aucljon Co., 327 329 South Palafox Street. DEAR MADAM: Please accept our congratulations upon the advent of your lit tle one. You now need a GO CART, a safe, practi cal and durable one. At your convenience let us show you our line. Soft and comfort for the baby's tender body. All prices from 14.50 to 50.00 2.00 cash, 1.00 a week. Rhodes-Collins Furniture Co. CHALMAX AUTO CO. 105 N. Palafox St. Distributors for Maxwell and Chalmers . Automobiles and Maxwell Trucks. The CENTRAL PHARMACY ln th HM mt PaaMcola' The Home of QUALITY ICE CREAM 177 PHONES 178 From the moment of birth and before until the hour of death, there is going on within the body a constant conflict, unseen and usually unfelt, be tween forces that seek to de fend, and others that strive to destroy. Germs that enter from without are attacked and destroyed by the living guardians in the blood, the white blood cells or phagocytes. Poisons generated within seek entrance into the blood and are removed or de stroyed by the functions of the intestines, liver and kidneys. Food waste allowed to stagnate and remain in the intestines, uneVacuated, poisons the blood and destroys' its power to de fend against outside or inside enemies. Such self-poisoning causes over 90 of human illness. Ags.-, Constipation turns the tide of the invisible conflict against the body, in favor of the in vaders. Nor does the taking of castor oil, pills, salts, min eral waters, etc.,. to force the 'lowels to move enable the Nujol Laboratories, Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey), 50 Broad way, New York. Please send me free booklet "Thirty Feet of Danger" constipation and auto-intoxication In adults. Name. Address CELEBRATIONS OF MARDIGRAS ARE PASSED TO HISTORY 'Mardi Gras" is Spanish, and in English means "Fat Tuesday," the I day before Ash Wednesday, the' bo j gin-iing of the season of Lent. "This j day was one of birj eats, drinks and I merriment in the old days in Pensa cola," said an old citizen yesterday, as he reclined in his desk chair in a reminiscent mood. Numerous expressions were heard from long-time residents of the city to the effect that for the first time in the history of Pensacola, so far as L known, Mardi Gras day had been per mitted to pass without some char acter of celebration. This custom was inaugurated with the first Spanish Catholic settlement here, and had been annually observed, but like the old celebration, the "burn ing of Judases," it is apparently be ing permitted to pass into history. New conditions brought about by the world war marked its passing if for all future time it is to go unobserved as it was on yesterday. JAPANESE ARE WORRIED OVER REFORMS IN THEIR ELECTION LAWS Tokio, March 4. Reform of the elec- LET STEVE FIX 'EM He Knows How ROYAL SHOE SHOP Special Prices Knight Tires Guaranteed 5000 Miles Sportsman's Supply Store WTalter Biggs Chas. H. Kupfrian body to defend itself Not only will the constipation grow worse with the continuance of such remedies but the dose must be constantly increased with an ever-weakening effect. On the other hand Nujol over comes constipation and brings about the habit of easy, thor ough bowel evacuation at reg ular intervals, because Nujol is not a drug, does not act like any drug. Nujol brings about a return to Nature's methods by supplying necessary lubri cation of the bowel contents, by facilitating intestinal muscu lar action, by absorbing poison ous matter, and thus securing necessary cleansing of the in testinal canal and protection of the defensive properties of the blood itself. Get a bottle of Nujol from your drug, giat today nni send coupon for free booklet "Thirty J eer of Danger " W n i i S Nujoris sold only in t UTJllilg. ,ealed bottles bearing the Nujol Trade Mark. Insist on Nujol. You may suffer from substitutes. Nujol Laboratories STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) SO HroaJway, New Yoik tion law is the greatest domestic prob lem facing this country and second only in importance to the result of the peac conference, says the Orodzu. The property qualification for voting now limits the suffrage in Japan to 1.422,000 voters. The home minister has announced that the suffrage sys- I tern will be so revised as to promote constitutional government. Why let moths destroy your beauti ful and expensive plumes, blankets, furs, and woolens when you can so easily destroy the moths. Don't rely on careful packing alone for protection, but first sprinkle thoroughly with Insoct'Fo'SJflor 25c and 50c Everywhere It kills moths, flies, roaches, fleas, lice, mosquitoes, bed bugs, ants and most other insects. Use it liberally It costs little. Iterates to everything bat Insect. McCORMICK & CO., Ba!timore.ML The "Scotch Kids" art tponion tot Kdormlc ca. praams. times MARSTON & QUINA Weit FMrMa'i Cldert fyrnltur HcHlM McKEE REFRIGERATORS. GLOBS WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND OFFICE FURNITURE A Good Place to Eat PALACE OF SWEETS 110 S. Palafox Street rO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DYS PEPSIA, TAKE A Dyspepsia Tablet Before and Aft er Each Meal. 25 Cents Box THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY The Banking Sayings & Trust Company THE UPTOWN BANK General Banking Oaiy Tract Compsay in Wast WE BUY AND oELL BONDS Watson, Parker & Reese Co. Ready-Made 75c Laundry Bags. See Window. 59c Spring Ginghams. GLEN CAIRN Fast Color Zeph yrs, beautiful rich plaids, and SET?" 45c RED SEAL Zephyrs, bookfold, the old "stand-bye" A(g for quality, yd LkJs YORK Bookfold Zephyr Ging hams, small and large OP patterns, yd. Ot9ls FAMOUS EVERETT CLASSICS, fancy and staple pat- Qf terns, fast colors.... Ovrls IMPORTED ZEPHYRS, beauti ful soft color plam erlnghams. fine and rich as silk, 32 inch. large assortment, yard fZf $1, aoc, 75c, 65c and.. LORAIXE EGYPTIAN TIS SUES, very newest color com binations, sheer plaids and stripes, some silk stripe effects. high class groods, 32 Inch, yd 75c Shirtings, Novelties. ENSIGN PERCALES, fine for shirts, blouses, house dresses. 36 inch, yard only 35c SPRING MADRAS, dressy shirting stripes in colors a man and boy likes, will make 2.50 and $3 shirts. 32 inch yard ........... 45c FANCY SHIRTINGS, practically everything a man or woman may desire, fancy satin stripes in white, hair lines, broad col- i kit i . fill ill l if in i choice summer designs, yd. at 5c, GjC and , 50c NEW DAGS, LIBERTY BELL designs in colored grograin material, fancy lin ings, large mirror. . 2.25 GLOVE SALE! Chamoisette Leatherette and Mileanese, white and natural, washable. big values. $1.00, 85c and 75o gloves at 79c, 69c and 59c HALLMARK TRANSFER CO. Cor. Tarragona and Garden Heavy and Freight Hauling. Trunks and Baggage. Phone 247. Notice to Ice Consumers Our wagons are equipped with scales and consumers will please frxact correct weight and report any discourtesy ot driven" to office. Phones 69 or 259, SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. Successor to' PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY Announcements. Mr. Harry W. Thompson announces his resignation from the U. S. Air Sfr vlce and the openinsr of his law office at 311 American National Rank Uldtf. Dr. Colson . announces the opening of his dental office at No.. 202. American. National Bank Building. Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. Williams Transfer Co. Our Business Is Moving" All Kinds of Hauling. PHONE 2099. CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON LAUNCHES TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 NOTICE BREMNER BROS. OPEN AGAIN 131-133 East Government St. Excell-All Biscuits in Packages '9