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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 9. 1919. 'ETERNAL REVENUE" - BUREAU SCO !, 3V OHIO CORRESPONDENT 'JEk"?"' M.arch 8 A ta""" received :?omy T.tnJntermU rvenue burean i?nt hia coPaned bitterly it,ainat the prosptx-t of having to pay ln- v'ear Vi1,n0t:niy th,s yar ut next vear, and thereafter. After reading- the r "V-Sl11' offJcial wonders whetii! ,US-.wrtir wa bad speller or a Tm the Eternal Revenue Bu- STEAMER PLATTSBURQ DOCKS IN NEW YORK WITH SOUTHERN MEN The steamship Plattsburg- arrived from Brent with 2.176 troops. . 25 wives . of soldiers. 26 wives of sailors and 150 naval officers and men. The TcR and wounded numbered 543. a majority ot them being- convalescents. Th units In cluded three officers and 145 ruen of the fifth machine cun battalion of the First division (regular army) for camps Wheeler. Lee. and Sherman: the 49th. aero squadron, and seven casual . com panics. A WONDERFUL AIIRAY OF THE NEW EST SPRING STYLES NOW SHOWING AT Gen try "Strickland Co. DRESSES, SUITS, CAPES, BLOUSES A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF LADIES' UNDERWEAR SILK AND MUSLIN With our easy payment plan yo ucan be well dressed and pay for it and hot miss the . ' '-. money, , v . . A COMPLETE STOCK OF MEN AND BOYS' SUITS, HATS, CAPS AND SHOES INTHE ' ' - . , LATEST SPRING STYLES ' -. 'i . - .. -- - - V. , - .... ' , " - Gentry-Strickland Co. ' Pensacolas Largest Credit Store. 26 South Palafox Street. . HUGHEY'S 1L1L The Itata Rutarti Sunday, March 9, 1919. DINNER. 12 m. to 3 p. m. ' Relishes. Celery. , Queen Olives. " Soup. Cream of Chicken Fish. Baked Red Snapper au Gratin Roast. Young Tennessee Turkey vith Oyster Dressing" Vegetables. O'Brien Potatoes. Carrots and Peas v Cauliflower in Cream - Salad. ' Tuna Fish with Mayonaise Dessert. Green Apple Pie Vanilla Ice Cream Beverages. Coffee Tea or. Milk PYTHIAN KNIGHTS HOLD STATE MEET IN STATE CAPITAL TaUahase. March .(Special) On Wednesday and Thursday. March 12 and 13. the annual meeMnar of the grand lodge of Knights of Pythias- of the state of Florida, will be held 4R Tallahassee, and at the same time the annual meet ing of the Pythians will also be held In the Capita! City-, ilt is an honor for any city to be selected as the convention etty for these two organizations, and the mem. bera of the- Tallahassee lodge of the Knights of Pythias have planned an In teresting programme for the entertain ment of its guests. Wednesday, March 13, st 10 o'clock In the morning, welcoming exercises will be held at Daf fin's theater. The Welcome address wi)l be- delivered by Hon. Ouyta P. McCord, mayor, on behalf of the city of Tallahasese and Hon. A. H. Williams, chancellor commander of Cicero lodge, on behalf of the Knights of Pythias. There will be a response by the grand chan cellor of th.e state. Mr. Wllev J. Wil liams, Jr., and addresses by 0Lrs. Mol lis Denham, the grand chief of the Py thian Sinters and Mm. Elizabeth J. Hutchinson of Woodforris. Maine, the supreme chief of the PythHn Sisters. The public is invited to attend the exer cises. ", -To Hear Musical. An especially pleasing entertainment has been arranged in honor of the vis itors by the members of the musical" fac ulty of the Florida State College for Wo men, for thp. eveninar of Wednesday. March It. This event will afford a rare treat for the visiting delegates, and the program has been arranged especially in their honor. Jt is hoped by the com. mlttee on arrangements that no dele gate will fail to attend this musical, at Florida s gre a educational institution. The public, of course, is invited , to attend this jentertainmentl At the entertainment at the colleee Dr. Edward Conradi the president of the cou lege, will welcome the- visitors. Judge W. H. Ellis, of the Florida. - Supreme Courtjarfd a past irrand chanrelolr of the grand longe or lorirta win respond. There will probably be an attendance of 200 or more delegates at these two con ventions. -;v . TWENTV.TWO THOUSAND BADLY DISABLED MEN X . IN U. S. ARMY Washington. , Maren 8. Up to the first of February, there were - register ed on the books of the federal board for vocational education at Washington, 22.851 cases of disabled men discharg ed from the service, of whom 13,000 were discharged prior to the granting of per mission to the federal board for inter viewing them at hospitals in order to deal with their . cases. Not being allow ed bv regulations of the surgeon gen eral's office until recently, to establish contact with these men while in the hospitals, most of them have gone but into civil life and many of them are floating about the country not aware Of the benefits which congress has pro vided for them. A man disabled in a cantonment or concentration camp, or during training Is just as much entitled to retraining and placement as if he had been injured on the western front, and the federal board for vocational educa tion is bending all efforts to get In touch with these 13.000 men in order to ac quaint them with the benefits which they may. have absolutely without cost. Any person knowing Of any such disabled m will be performing a patriotic act by forwarding his name and address, and the facts of the case to the federal board for vocational education, at Washington, which will immediately take up the mat- ! ter with him and see that he Is given proper attention. HOPE FOR ARMISTICE BETWEEN UKRANIAN -i ( . . AND POLISH TROOPS Lemberg. Thursday, March 6. Not withstanding the fact th aftightlng Is still going on here between the Poles and Ukranlans with' the latter bombarding the city, theriia etill hone that an ar mistice may be arranged between the contending forces. It is believed, how-M-r that before a truce la eatablishd there will be more severe fighting. The renewed bombardment of the city has been attended by considerable loss of life among civilians and damage to pub lic buildings and works of art. peo ple move about the city during the day, but the artillery fire is very heavy at night. An average of 200 shells fall In the city during the course of a day, most of them being aimed at the railway sta tion. Some projectiles, however, have , fallen In residential sections. Colonel Smyth of the British army who Is still here. as been empowered by the inter-allied mission to make m report on the situation. The Ukrainians are sain to' feel thy have been treated unfairly and that thiir claims are misunderstood, rarticularly ty the French. They say the mission spent only an hour with Uk rainian leaders and spoke briefly, through an Interpreter with a delegate of ten Uk rainians and which came from Rlev to outline tb ckims of the republic , The political and military situation st Riev is sld o be unertain. Petlnrn 1 still st Winnitza and it is reported that the city of Riev is dominated by M RsVnwski. premier of the XTVrainlsn soviet ministrv. with whom If associated. Pletafcoff. of Miw'ow, a Bolshevik whose father was a millionaire merchant. DESULTORY FIOHTINn IN BERLIN BATTLE Berlin. Thursday. Marrh 6. Police headouarters were besieged up to 3 o'clock this afternoon by PemibHean guards and r"rines. The garrison kt within the building and the besiegers did not mke dt "rect assaults, but kept no a desultory fire during the morning. At times there were sarp outbursts f'rlng. in which mach'ie guns and mine throwers were ued. The casualties were light on' both sWes. r The guards and marines seemed to hv no tijjted ledershln. each man acting for himself. They were scattered among the houe around the headquarter o were no -ted at corners of streets, each individual or errouri paving a crowd ol spt"tors w3tbe the fiht from compar atlve safe vantage points. LEON CO iM""V ftsfsrKS TICK ERAOtr.ATinu FUN" FROM STATE TREASURY board. : of .commissioners, held here this week, a resolution as adopted requesting the legislature to pass a special bill au thorising an Issue A long time warrant to complete the work of eradication of the tick in the county. Th addiional sum needed will be about $4,000. - If this aid is necureJ. leon conntv will become tick free within the present year, thus affording great advantages to te . steadily increasing cattle and dairy Interests of this section. r The following inspectors were appoint ed to assist tn this workr Oi strict num ber one, B. F. Boyd, district u number two, E. B. Whitehead: district number three Fred George; district number four, Fred George; district number four, Thom as W. Drake; district number five. T. I. Lewis.- - At this meeting of the commissioners a resolution vn. .i.a .akIoj A " t - vyu 1UCIIWI - a Using the legislature to so amend the as 10 permit xeon county to work her convicts upon the publie road. GREEKS DENIED FOOD ' - BY BULQARS IF THEY REFUSE NATIONALIZATION Saloniki. Frldav. vraroh i t1i- are summoning wt. isi-ents of re- coverea territories in Western Thrace 5i.ir.1 askin? " to make written lOUS tOWTlH that hv .m 1).,le..t.M. n cording to information received from re- persons, inose who refuse to re nounce their fealty to Greece, it Is said, are deprived of food. STATISTICS ON ARMY SUICIDES SHOW TOTAL . OF 339 DURING WAR Washington, March 8. Statistics compiled by the war department show that from the date of the entry of the TTv.tt4 C-.n lA t - ,1 . ' , ary 21. 1919, there were 339 syicides m" army, ui mese isa occurrea in the United States and 146 overseas. In making this total nubile General March pointed out that It was rar Deiow the average per .thousand In civil life during; the years 1914-15-16. KANSAS LEGISLATURE TO BE ASKED FOR FUND TO AID SOLDIER boys Xew Xork, March 8. An appropria- , Hon will be sought from th Kansas 1 legislation v by lieutenant Gorernor Charles Huffman of Kansas, for use ' In taking; care of that state's soldiers' when they land in New York from FTance It was announced here today; by Mr. Huffman. The Kansas com , mittae of welcome has established . headquarters here at the Xew York J war camp community service head- quarters." a ?ktp ... rsV ssBSBBsaBBk m. smi M r I S Iff L TTi sT - 1 tM f s ur ... . -N- X In. I It. Across From San Carlos LADIES' WEA FALICS a . 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