THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1919.
CONGRESSMAN FROM PENSACOLA
MEETS "CONGRESSIONAL LEAD
- ER IN ACTIV CAMPAIGN .
THE CUTDURSTS OF EVERETT
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v. ; Peneacola Journal
; (By Georgia H. Manning) .:
"Washington, D. C, March 8. Con
gressman J. s H. Smith wick, the new
representative from the third conarrea
sional (Pensacola) district of Florida,
is an active candidate for & place on
the House , Rivers and Harbors Com
mittee. "k '- - . ,V
In the four or five days that ; Mr.
Smith wick spent about the capltol
during the closing: days of the last
" session he did some very arduous and
successful campaigning for the place.
and there Is a probability that If a
vacancy-occurs on the remocratlo aide
of this committee when the committee -
Is "shaken down," that Mr. Smlth-
wlckiwjll, get It., :
"The great Importance of Pensacola
harbor and the desirability of getting
all the federal aid possible for Its Im
provement, together with the Improve
ment of the other waterways along the
Florida coast, makes It . very desirable
for me to get a., place on the rivers
and harbors committee If It Is pos
sible," said Mr. Smlthwlck. be
lieve I can do more good on that com
mittee for my district, and I think my
people believe so - too, - than on any
other ommlttee In Congress. It Is
very unfortunate that, there will be
only one Democratic vacancy on that
committee, and perhaps none, as
otherwise I think I should have been
successful In getting on that commit
tee. . " -
- Confers With Clark.
- The new congressman talked . with
Mr. Kltchln and Mr. Champ Clark
about the committee place., and lined
up considerable support for his candi
dacy for that committee If there la a
Where the "rub comes Is that when
the Democratic representation of that
committee Is redjjeed from " 14 ? mem
bers given the majority to seven mem
bers allowed the minority by the Re
publicans there -will likely be no ' va
cancy there. Then if there to a va
cancy Mr. -, Smith wick being a new
member. will be at a disadvantage be.
ause any member who served in the
last congress' win be awarded the
place:. over, him according to the. old
established rules of seniority,
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dlnance win be introduced ' by ' Health
Commissioner iPou. It was Dreoared
after a consultation between the city com.
misaioners,. jjr. wox. i tne U. s. beaitn
service and City Attorney John B. Jones.
TO OUR OWN. DARLING
The Father of all. , to us has called
And taken our darling away, '
To the other shore, forever more "
Our own little Stella May.
In the age of . youth, innocence and
flower of purity and love.
To eternal rest, for He knows best
To dwell with the angels above.
Forever well miss, the good-night kiss.
The face that we love so.
For a jewel shines bright in Heaven
The home where God bid her go.
By Jack H. Carroll.
NSW SANITARY LAW ;
IS PROOSD TO BE
ENACTED ON MONDAY
A hew sanitary ordinance, providing
for a change In the recent one enacted
for closets, will be put on both first and
second readings when th board of city
commissioners meets tomorrow. The or- M
KNIGHT8 OF COLUMBUS
FROM NEARBY CITIE8
. . GATHER HERE TODAY
. Knights of Columbus from New Or
leans, Mobile,' Birmingham and Jack
sonville arrived ; In i Pensacola : last
night for the initiation ceremonies of
the- local order when 65 candidates
will be initiated . Into the order. Fol,
lowing early mass at the Sacred Heart
church this morning at 7:30 o'clock,
the class will be initiated at the K. of
C. han. -.
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Savannah. March 8, The spirit mar
ket was firm at 64 with sales of 54 casks.
Today . . 57
This season 45,956
, SHIPMENTS. CASKS.
Today . ...i 283
This . season 44.510
' - - STOCKS. CASK8.
Today . 25.460
April .1 24.233
was nonf.nal witn
The rosin market
sales of no barrels.
Today . 104
This season ...182.201
. SHIPMENTS BARRELS.
Today . no
This season .....212.500
April 1 9$,2o3
Quotations were as follows:
Wnr v Close
, - 13.63
F . ..II M
K . 18.15
E -. 18.15
B , . , 13.10
Jacksonville. March 8, The spirit mar
ket was firm at 63 1-2 with sales of 222
- " RECEIPTS CASKS.
Today..................... 7 64
This season 74.845 130.603
Today 1M T47
This season S0.937 r70
Today 60.397 62.654
Aprft 1 57.219 29.611
The rosin market was N. D. with sales'
of no barrels.
Today . 128 456
This season 266.474 447,112
SHIPMENTS BARRELS. .
This season 218.812 437,982
Today . 131.89 17J36
April 1 178.236 161.106
Quotations were as follows i
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ALL FIRST CLA3 '
(tEElTS SANTTAnY DAEOT:
Palaf ox acd Grercry Circcta
J, P. REMICH & SONS
The 8tore That 8at!sfW
Remlch's Grocery Spedsb
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Pensacola. March 8. 1919.
This month 288
This season 29.539
Today . v 146
This month 810
This season 33.161
April 1 .41,839
This month . 1,409
This season 98,369
This month 690 6,821
This season .......... 121.798 203,199
Today! . 49.921 81,81
Quotations were as follows:
. ' . . ' ; Close
X. WW, ...16.75
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SPANISH WAR VETERANS
TO HOLD SPECIAL MEET
NEXT MONDAY NIQHT
The United ' Spanish-American war
veterans will hold their regular meet
ing Monday night at 7:80 o'clock at the
Armory hall. Mustering in of a large
number, fit, candidates wm take-trtaee.
A number of new applications are to
be acted upon also. All members are
requested to be present and visiting
veterans are cordially Invited.
SUFFRAGE MEETING TO -RE-ORGANIZE
AT MONDAY' GATHERING
Suffragists will re-organixe the Pen
racola Equal Suffrage League, at - a
meeting" which will be - held tomorrow
night, at 8 o'clock, at the clty-halL
J.Irs." A. MacDavid, the retiring
president, will conduct the meeting and
asks that all members and others who
are interested attend.
Pensacola, Fla., Mar-10-19
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Honorable Grosvenor M.
Jones, Assistant Chief Bu
reau of Foreign and Domes
tic Commerce, U S. Depart
ment of Commerce, expects
to deliver an address before
the. citizens and business men
of Pensacola which is of vi
tal importance - not only to
the business men of our com
munity,, but to the common-
I urcre you to attend thisi
meeting as it will be of great
value and something that
you should not miss. We ex
pect you and such "friends as
you may elect to bring along
The meeting- will be held
at the Cjty Hall at noon,
Wednesday, March 12, 1919.
Thanking" you in advance
for laying- aside your person
al affairs to meet this gentle
man and listen to his most in
teresting taik, I am
Sincerely yours, ,
LOUIS deM. BLOCKER,
S90c Cash, Sl.00 a Ueclu
ONE DAYS You will have to
ccmo ocrly pop Jay to pot In on thloDAnOAIM I poo?1 szo
51.00 a Week
Our entire stock consisting of all thafs
new and the latest spring" suits, dresses,
skirts, blouses, kimonos, silk and muslin un
derwear and millinery.
1 A TT1H 1.
Take advantage of this sale while the
choice is good. You will wait many days for
another such opportunity.
A FEW OP OUR VALUES
LADIES' SPRING SUITS
At extremely low prices. Gaberdines,
French Serge and Wool Poplin, made up in
the very latest styles, box style and semi-f it-
Lot 1 Values up to $40.00 at .. .. . . . .$24.95
Lot 2 Values up to $60.00, at .29.50.
Grasp your chance now. Colors are Navy.
Black, Tan, Grey and Copenhagen. All sizes.
M.: : ; ' MILLINERY
A beautiful line of the latest styles of hats.
We cannot describe them here for lack of
space. You will find the neatest and most
nifty hats at a very reasonable price.
,x ' $2.49 to $9.95
-l Worth More than Double.
Cotton, Crepe de Chine and Georgettes,
values 1. 50, 4.50 and 7.00, at this
sale . ...... U . ... .'. ..98c, 2.98 and 4.95
Silk dresses at a sacrifice, all latest arriv
als. Satins, Taffetas, Crepe de Chine and
Georgette Crepes, values $20.00 to $50.00, at
$11.95, 19.50 and .... .. ... ... . . . . . . ...24.95
It will pay you to come and look them over.
116 East Wright St.
No. K1S East. Ms St
TfiEe;Watcaa Agency, Imc.
Real Estate and Insurance.
This is one of the most desirable homes on' East
Hill. Modern Throughout. Inspection invited.
Half Block from car line Offered for a few days
only at this price.
We Furnish the
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PEAKE ELECTRIC COIIPANY.
The Hoae cf Exida Dittery
SO S. Palafox. Plicae 845.
FOR MEN AND BOYS
SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
EXIDE BATTEIXY AND
THE UNtTED AUTO CO.
4 &. Bayton stMst
INGRAM OPTICAL CO,
WE GRIND OUR .
ONLY THE BE8TV
Druggist and Prescripticsbt
215 8. Palafox. Phona C43
For Quality and Price
200 West Government.
Canadian Shoe Store
1135 North DeVilUr Street.
The Parlor Market
. "Hems of All TOafa Purs
Fresh Western Mcsta '
POULTRY. BQOf AND ORKKN
17S . P H O N E 74
NEW DRY GOOD3 STORE
M eauth Palafax
OWN X OUR HOME
Investigate our plsn.
Phona 29S. 10 South Palafox Straat.
Electric Vccunm Cleaners
Pensacola Electric Co.
HALLtlARK TRANSFER CO.
Cor. Tarragona and Garden
Heavy end Freight TTr-'g.
Trtualis cj j j
Notice to Ice Ccssnrrsrs
Oar wscons ara aqufpad with acalsa
snd eoasumers win plaaaa exact oorract
wslcht and report any dlaoovrtaar ct
ariTers 10 oxzice. rnonei a
SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO.
LA ICE i
Always the 1 lztcrl
records in ztcdz. ,
JETTELRY CO. .
Villiains Trciicfcr Co.
"Osr Cdrn Is IZsrtT
AH Kiaii cf UszZzz.
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