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'THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 1,1919.
10 LIGHTER UNDERWEAR FOR LONGER DAYS ! J g . . ... g 2 NEWS BRIEFS. s Hush D. Stlllman, formerly of this city and now of Jacksonville,-" has been cited for gallantry in action at the battle of Vieistaat Ridge in Belgium. The Hlsrh School TatUer. third Issue. arrived yesterday and is being distribut ed. Th TjnvhLTiA liner. Oxonian, ia due in tbis port to load sawn lumber. Two Italian steamers are due in for bunker coal. ; Building is picking- up, according1 to the records of E. E. Wolfe, building in spector, and it is said permits are being issued faster than at any time In the history of the city. . With our stock of Men's athletic Union Suits It isn't a matter of "what have you" but rather "what will you .have." Prices $1.50, $2.00, $250, $3.00 and $3.50. , Before you change confer with us. E. . Corcorenes. a Palafox street mer chant, expects to leave shortly for Greece, where he will settle the estate of his father before returning to Pensa cola. , f nMiriinlikAi'- i i H " f i, PATRONISE THE PRY GLEANING PRESSING Phono 322. - lu E. NOBLES & CO. , Agents HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR MONEY BACK" 23 South Palafox Street. Phone 789 ANOTHER STORE CLOSES DAILY 6 P. M. Saturdays 9 p.m. ' Hoyt Bros., the popular Gro cers name was omitted from the list published recently by the Clerks Union. We are glad to correct the mistake. (Signed) Secretary Clerks Union. Fish were biting fine at Ferry Pass yes terday., according to Chief Riera, of the fire department. Capt- Harper of the police department. Fred Schad. Arthur illingim and J. T. Harper, who formed a fishing party who went out to spend the day. They carried, a skillet along end besides having enjoyed a "huge fry some nice strings were brought home. Friends of Master Doran Johnson, who recently departed to join his father, Captain J. Johnson, will be in terested to know that he Is enjoying a delightful trip through the waters of Central America and the West Indies. Mrs. H. E. Stamnyers and son, En sign M. B. Stamnyers. TJ. S. N., have returned to Mobile, Ala after visiting in the city for several weeks as guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Villar. They were accompanied to Mobile by Miss Madeline Villar, who will visit for -some time as their guest. Cordially welcomed visitors in the city are Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dean, of New Briton, Conn., who are visiting as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Felo McAlliser at their home on North Spring street. YCLES 0 New and Second hand TIRES, REPAIRS Wilson-Biggs Co. "Home of the Dayton" 24 South Palafox Street Stomach ills permanently disappear after drinking the celebrated Shjvar Mineral Water. Posi tively - guaranteed by money-back ' offer. Tastes fine; costs a trifle. Delivered anywhere by our Pensacola Agents, West Florida Grocery Co. . Phone them. - RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION TO BE HELD MAY 24 The United States Civil Service Com mission has announced an examina tion for the county of Escambia, Fla, to be held at Pensacola, 9:30 a. m., on May 24, 1919. to fill the position of rural carrier at Pensacola and vacancies that may later occur on rural routes from other post offices in the above-mentioned county. The examination will be open only to citizens who are ac tually domiciled In the territory of a post office in the county and who meet the other requirements set forth in Form No. 1977. This form and ap plication blanks may be obtained from the offices mentioned, above or from the United States Civil Service Com mission at Washington, D. C. Appli cations should be forwarded to the commission at Washington at the ear liest practicable date. 666 has more imitations than any other Chill and Fever Tonic n the market, bat no one want? imitations.. They are dangerous things in the medicine , line.- adv. PONTIFICAL, MASS A T CONVENT O F SACRED HEART San Carlos Main Cafe Table d'Hote Luncheon daily, noon to 2:30, 75c; Table d'Hote IMnner served 6 to 8:30 $1.00. Saturday and Sunday Table d'Hote Dinner Be Luxe, served 6 to 8:30 $1.50 San Carlos Electric Grill and Coffee Shop Service a'la Carte. Dawn to Midnight. A Pontifical Mass will be said at the Convent . of the Sacred Heart, tomor row. The occasion is the celebration of the end of fifty years of service on the part of Mother Augustine. Bish op E. P. Allen, of the diocese of Mo bile, will be present as will also the following: Rt. Rev. J. M. Laval, D. D., auxili ary bishop of New Orleans. Rt. Rev. Monsignor Solignac, New Orleans. Rt. Rev. Monsignor 3. Savage, Mont gomery. Ala. Rt. Rev. Monsignor Bradley, presi dent of Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Md. Rt. Rev. Monsignor C. Seaman, Washington, D. C. Very Rev. D. Brady, V. G., Mobile, Ala. :, " Very Rev. Dear James Coyle, Birm ingham, Ala. . Rev. John O'Kelley, Birmingham. Rev. E. J. Hackett, Mobile, Ala. Rev. John Dunn, Mobile, Ala. Rev. A. S. Malone, Boston, Mass. Rev. B. O'Reilly, and Rev. A. O'Neill, Pascagoula, Miss. ' Rev. A. Bayne, Camp Walton, Fla. Rev. R. Fullerton, Rev. J. Cullen, Rev. C. Hartkoff, Rev. J. Veracke, Rev. A. Sweeney and Rev. J. CJ. McDermott, of Pensacola. Rev. P. Leonard, Warrington. Fla. Rev. T. Slevin, S. J., K. C. Chaplin, navy yard, Pensacola. Glasses should keep pace with the changes in your eyes When fatigue, nervousness and head ache trouble you, it is well to consider their most probable source eye strain. A thorough examination wQuld surely be worth the time it takes if for noth ing more than to set your mind "at ease. Phone 117 for appointment. (, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN The Home of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Street. (If About Rheumatism. Rheumatism causes more pain and suffering than any other disease, for the reason that it is the most com mon of all ills, and it is certainly gratifying to sufferers to. know that there is a remedy that will afford re lief, and make rest and sleep possible. It is called Chamberlain's Lmiment. Adv. - " Y" MEN BANQUET AND BUY BONDS AT SAN CARLOS The dormitory dwellers of the T. M C. A. held a banquet at the San Carlos last night and during the course of the evening bought J650 worth of Victory bonds. J. P. Moore, secretary of the 1". M. CsA.. was in charge of the affair, and W. F. Lindley acted as toastmaster. Talks were given by ,Mr. Moore, J. W. McDavid, J. H. Sherrill, Ralph Flanagan, and E. 1m Miller. It was decided to give a dinner once a month. Those present besides the speakers were: S. P. Lewis, L. W. Hartsfield, J. W. Sullivan, W. H. Lawrence, F. L. Smith, E. A. Meineke, C. IC Loshlng. H. F. Olson, G. H. Cooper, H. Pickard", E. L. Miller. J. C. Zaenglein, B. L Black and I. F. Chalker. Rub-My-Tism Is a great pain killer. It relieves pain and sore ness caused by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc -adv U A WOMAN'S CHARM Is it her regular features? No more often it is her velvety complexion, one can't well correct irregular features, but a good complexion is greatly within one a own control. By unin? TETTERINE you can remove all blotches, Uver spots, scaly patches and akin eruptions that im pair beauty. Tetterine is also one ofthe few recognized agents that will reauy conquer eczema, ringworm, itcn n such troublesome ailments, no a"l how long standing. Sold at drug stores. Shuptertae Company, Savannah, Ga-aav BlGfUSR PLANT FOUND MR MMVID SHERIFF AD DEPUTIES DESTORY FOUR STILL OUTFITS AND FOUR 60-GALLON BARRELS OF RIPE MASH. That there was at least one very "wet" spot in Escambia yesterday was attested last night by Sheriff J. C. Van Pelt and his deputies. Hall and Row man, and Deputy U. S. Marshal Cuyler McMillan, upon their return from a raiding trip up near McDavid, in the northern portion of the county. During a drenching rain the officers left their automobile and waded into a swamp about six miles northwest of McDavid, where they had expected to find a "moonshine" plant operating full lbast, but they were a little too early ' or else the operators had been "tipped" off. . Four 60-gallon barrels of beer or mash, ripe and ready for the run, were found and the worms and other para phernalia sufficient for the setting up of four distilleries. With an axe the beer barrels were demolished and also the still outfits except the iron worms which were brought into town. According to "expert mash estima tors" in the raiding party, the beer de stroyed was sufficient In quantity to have produced at least $0 gallons of Georgia "white lightnin," .for which the prevailing prices, since the state became bone dry is $24 per gallon. The officers have information which they expect will lead to the arrest of those responsible for the plant, which gave evidence of having been operated on the occasion of several previous runs. For a Sprained Ankle. As soon as possible after the injury is received get a bottle of Chamber lain's Liniment and follow the plain printed directions ; which accompany the bottle. Adv. MANY EDITORS TO HEAR GLASS ON VICTORY LOAN Atlanta. April 30. More than 200 editors of daily. and weekly newspa pers from every section of the Sixth federal reserve district are here to night, and at least 150 more are ex pected to hear Carter Glass, secretary treasury, deliver an address tomorrow on the Victory loan. , lwelve more counties reported to dis trict headquarters today had . sub scribed their quotas, bringing the total to 41. They included Calhoun Jeffer son, and Walton counties. Florida; Randolph Monroe and Whitfield, Geor- What is "Spring Fever?" It is simply low Vitality, a lack of Energy caused by impurities in the blood. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC restores Vitality and Energy by Purifying and Enriching the blood. Tou can soon feel its Strengthening, Invigorating Effect. Price 60c. adv. PRAYERS SAID FOR HARRY R. COOK; BODY SENT TO BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Prayers were said over the body of Harry R. Cook, former publisher of The Journal, at the home of his sister, Mrs. M. M. Collins, corner of 15th street and 14th avenue, at 11:30 o'clock yesterday morning, by Rev. John H. Brown, rector of Christ church. The body was shipped on the 12:25 o'clock train to the home of Mr. Cook's step mother in Bridgeport, Conn. The pall bearers were Postmaster Ben S. Hancock, J". L. Hendricks. Geo. J. Emanuel, Percy S. Hayes, Ben Clutter and Joseph K. Hughes. ... . TODAY Matinee 2 p.m. and continuous. , "Who Killed Walton"- J. Barney Sherry A thrilling, absorbing picture story. TOMORROW THEDA BARA in 'TWO ORPHANS" Yes; S. S. S. Is Purely Vegetable v Nature's Safe Blood Treatment Known for 50 Years as the Best Remedy for Rheumatism, Ca tarrh, Scrofula, Skin . Diseases. Scientists have discovered that the forest and fielT are abundantly sup plied with vegetation of various kinds, that furnish the ingredients for mak ing a remedy for practically every 111 and ailment of mankind. Medfoin made from roots, herbs and. barks wnicn -Nature has placed at the dis posal of man. are better han strnno- mineral mixtures and ; cojicoctions. Mineral medicines -work dangerously on ' the delicate Darts of the vUm. especially the stomach and bowels, by eating out the lining membrane, pro dusing chronic dyspepsia and often ruining the health. , S. S. S. is made entirely of gentle acting, healing, purifying roots, herbs and barks, possesisng properties that build up all parts of the system, In addition to removing impurities and poisons from, the blood. S. S. S. is a safe treatment for Rheumatism, Ca tarrh, Scrofula, Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases, Blood Poison, and all disor ders of the blood. It cleanses the en tire system and it's permanent. Get S. S.' S. at any drug store today. It Is ,', a standard remedy recognized everywhere as the greatest blood an tidote ever discovered. IV. yours is a peculiar case, write to Medical Direc tor, 261 Swift Laboratory. Atlanta," Ga. Adv. 6 BZLL-AN3 Hot water . Sure Relief n n f ! FOR INDIGESTION. SHIP' AGENCY MARKS PASSING OF THE CRIMP "Washington, April 30. The Crimp, one j of the ugliest figures in tne preaaiory forces, collectively known as "land sharks," that once preyejd unchecked on the merchant sailor ashore, must give up his grip on Jack when , he is in American ports. . The recent establishment by the U, S. Shipping board of a government shipping agency of national scope, to place sea men in Jobs afloat, will put the crimp cut of business. The crimp thrived on extravagant fees, often collected twice, that is, from the ship operator and the sailor. Without them he cannot continue his activities. The Shipping board agency, known as the sea service bureau, aims not oniy to protect the seaman and the ship owner against etortion, but to stabilize the sup ply of mariners at various ports, by ship ping men to ports where most needed, prepaying their fares, and looking after. tbeir subsistence In transit. - This service will be rendered at cost, and a nominal fee of so much a man will be charged the ship operator calling for men. In no instance will the mariner De put to expense in getting a job. In a bulletin just issued to ship oper' ators, Capt. I. L. Evans, chief oh the eea service bureau, states that it is the desire and intention of the bureau "to reduce the cost of piecing mariners in employment to a minimum," and that the initial fee of 52.60 a man, to be charged at first, will be reduced as soon as con ditions justify a reduption. Ship operators . are notified that the t ureau aims to furnish officers and crews upon request to "any end all American I ships, whether under private or govern ment operation." Co-operation of ship owners and opera tors in driving out the "crimp" is invited by the sea service bureau in this bul- letin, and owners are also invited to maHe j suggestions looking to possible extension j or me services 01 me Dureau 10 porta not. now covered by its branches. Ad ministrative headquarters of the bureau are t the headquarters of the Shipping Board's recruiting service at Boston, and its largest shippin goffice has just been opened at 74 to 80 Washington street, New oYrk. Here several thousand Amer ican seamen, firemen and stewards find employment every month, including hun dreds of you-jg lads graduated from the shipping board's training ships end going to sea on their first voyage. . ; ; Times Changing For Jack. The passing of the crimp is the most recent in a number of changes in con ditions affecting American sailors whin ashore that taken together constitute a complete departure from old-thne standards of what was considered good enough for Jack. Into the discard which now receives the crimp went some years ago the sailors j dance hall, and its attendant sisterhood, j wno welcomed Jack asnore, entertamoa Mm until his money was gone, and turi ed him over to the crimp, who in nine cases out of ten was a boarding house' keeper. The sailor's boarding house itself, as it was knowkn in earlier days, has suffered eclipes by the welfare centers, where, ;n a great clean building a sailor may get a neat bed for thirty cents a night or so, end meals at proportionate cost, and where he can play games, attend lectures and "movie" shows and mingle socially with sober . and self -suspecting com panions. Net on the list to go will be the sailor's grog shop, which now is on ils last Iges. With that gone, the props of the old system for debauching Jack and plucking him. will have been sent to Lavy Jones' locker. Few will mourn the event, for a new style of saiior is coming into the merchant marine a sailor to whom old-time excesses ashore would not ap peal, and on whom the "land sharK" would not get fat. Crimps Were Artists In Guile. The crimp will not go out of business willingly. He has too recent memory of days when to be a crimp "was to conduct a business of profit. There are many crimps in business to day who recall with professional pride the days of strong-arm methods in the merchant marine. Hayes Healing Honey. . Stops the Tickle, Heals the Throat and Cures the Cough. Price 33c A free box of O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and Croup is enclosed with every bottle. Adv. Trolley Jolting Jarred Him. "When I got out after beinc: treat ed for a terrible fall, my condition was so bad that when I rode in a. street car I had to sit on my bands to re duce" the jar." said Mr. J. W. PhilliDs. contractor, aged 62, of Ensley, Ala. Trien I tried Sulferro-Sol and contin ued to improve every da v. I'm o.r- tain it cured me. I consider Stilferro- Sol the most wonderful remedy." Sul- ferro-Sol is Nature's - greatest nerve tonic and blood purifier. Iruggists sell it. Adv. SOON D. W. GRIFFITH'S SOON : Latest and best production "THE GIRL WHO STAYED AT HOME' N. Y. World: "Excellent example of th artistic work of Mr. Griffith. i , ii ' - --j ----(1 To Purify and Enrich the Blood Take GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC which is simply IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup. So Pleasant Even Children Like It. You can soon feel its Strengthening, In vigorating Effect. Price 60c. Adv. GARDEN CASH GROCERY CO. BLUE LABEL COFFEE, or per can ..... .... ...... . .. . . 0 C Phone 2027 Garden and DeVillier TODAY Last Showing 10c-20c The pinacle of comedy and drama on this bill This is the secret sign the word i -Capricorn" oh boy, Bea NORMA TALMADGE As "Puck", a London music hall enter tainer who rises to an enviable cost. tion in society as the wife of an English army officer In k India in !fJL "THE SAFETY CURTAIN" 1 MUSICAL ATTRACTION DE LUXE Sir Arthur Sullivan's "THE LOST CHORD (Cornet Solo) by . SIGNOR FRANK P AT ALAN O Accompanied by Reilly's Isis Orchestra. BILLIE BURKE in "Good Gracious AnnabeUer f You would never have thought she was married. In fact c- W she didn't know it herself until ! Ah, Come and find out. VN ISIS SEMI-WEEKLY LIVE WIRE NEWS. MUTT AND JEFF in "TRAINERS" Comedy cartoon. ilT 'iTTTfti'- iTIlMiilWi inniMliaMpaBWMMMiii' ' '" limiiii ilidMl SAEN'GERS TODAY We offer a picture of the Great Out-doors in Alaska, i MITCHELL LEWIS in "The Code of the Yukon" The story of a French Cana dian prospector, Jean Dubois, whose aim in life was to find the man who wronged his sis ter. ?.'' It's the first showing In the city and we hav t Saenger News Weekly, too. TOMORROW : - "ITALY'S FLAMING FRONT fc. m-i, f A : L3l omtE IF p Kerosene Oil, 5 gal.. . . . . . ... . Alaska Salmon, can Small Pet Cream, doz. Small Pet Cream, 6 doz. case . Large Pet Cream, doz. .... . , . Large Pet Cream, 4 doz. case Irish Potatoes, - pk. ..... , . . . . Irish Potatoes, bushel Mixed Cakes, lb. ... ....... Dried Apples in bulk, lb. Snuff, all brands El DeLito Coffee, lb ..... Octagon Soap, doz. .......... Rice, 10 lbs. .............. B. E. Peas, 15 lbs. ....... ..... Picnic Ham, lb. ... ........... Brooms, 5 string . ..... ... . . . Brooms, 4 string ... ..... . . . Dixie Brooms, best quality . . . E lot . 5c . . . '- .1.0 . . .45c ...$1.70 . . . .30c 0r .... .Uv and 10c ....40c ....70c ...$1.00 ...51.00 . .29 1-2 oc 5oc ,..$1.00 FEED STUFFS Cotton Seed Hulls, 100 lbs. ..... $1.20 Bran, 100 lb. sack $2.70 Chops, sack $3.33 Good Hen Feed, 100 lb. sack ... . . . .$3.75 Shorts, sack $3.00 Beef Scraps, lb. ............. . . . Cottonseed Meal in bulk for fertilizer, lb.. 8c 4c if a jCT ZL Em ' i " Phone 1889 Ask for Rogers Silverware Coupons. Free delivery to all parts of the citj. ; "'M-'-" -- " - mm -inii m iiw...iiLL m u illli nr iiiiiimiiMiiiili'ii irnnyT T" nan Er"3 Ok nnnn i "3 1 I J :1 J I 4 L ,9 I .3 I Anderson Douglas Jazz Band U If Come the Up and Heir. GENTLEMEN 50 c 4 U Lid AcindDG'Gj'OQncuu v m Including War Tax Latest iviussc ti " I'M ibv)