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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1919.
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Mothers Attention!
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ALLEGED TfflEF
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UVEY CHASE
Truck Load of Loot Taken
From Ray Store By Man
Who is Alleged to Have
Hidden in Closet.
S The Boys' Wash Suits
i We sell stand the knocks and
cur styles are well planned and
ood to look at,
j Prices $1.50 to $7.50.
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WPS
YOU SHOULD KNOW
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After many months of Investigation
and research, there- has been found &
laxative that gives perfect results
without harming the delicate organs
of the stomach, It Is a known fact
that strong pills, salts, oils, etc.. be
sides being awful to take,, are too
strong for the majority of people.
. Lamarine- Wafers are, made for the
purpose of; furnishing 'every one a
medicine-that is nice to take and one
that is guaranteed to act thoroughly
but so "gently that the stomach is left
healthy. They will not, nauseate you.
Try them. All. druggists sell them for
30o per box. " ' ' , ' ? '
- Write resk 47," Lamarine Labora
tories, Atlanta, Ga., for "free sample
package. adv.
Following a lively chase with, automo
biles, augmented by . the free use of
the wires leading out of Pensacoia by the
sheriff's forces and the police depart
ment, Carl Ashukian. a foreigner, who for
some time has resided at Olive ana ac
intervals has sold French balloons on :ae
strets here, was captured at Pollard yes
terday and brought back to Pensacoia on
a charge of having robbed the store of
the Kay Hardware company on Lower
Palafox street, late Wednesday night.
Ashukian is said to have hidden himself
in a closet in the store late Wednesday
afternoon where he remained until the
house was closed, then he is reported to
have climbed out of a window after -he
had taken a sufficient quantity of paints,
auto tires and other -merchandise, to load
an auto truck which he had placed con
veniently for his' operations.
About 1 o'clock in the morning the man
was discovered by Police Officer Eilert-
sen but while the officer was looking over
the load of loot the alleged burglar gave
him the "slip."
Karly yesetrday morning office) start
ed a sweeping search for the man with
the result that he was located at Flo-
maton after the surrounding country had
been scoured by Sheriff Van Pelt and
the police. A communication with Depu
ty Sheriff Ellis at Flomaton by Sheriff
van Pelt revealed that he had just pass
ed Flomaton by automobile. Deputy Khts
went after him, overtaking him at Pol
lard. Capt. Harper of the police depart
ment and Deputy Sheriff Hall, who were
in the vicinity of Flomaton in their
pursuit of the man, took charge of him
and brought him back.
According to the officers he has ad
mitted his guilt. It is understood that
he had contemplated an earlv return to
the land of his nativity in South Europe.
COMMUNITY SERVICE
DANCE ON MAY NINE
TO BE A BICT EVENT
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a- - NEWS BRIEFS. 8
Capt. and Mrs. Frank Cooney, who have
been spending the winter in Pensacoia,
have returned to their hrjne in Rock port,
Mass."
I Friedman, of the Ready-to-Wear
store, has gone to New Tork to buy sum
mer goods. He wlU be gone about two
weeks. .
The schooner Crescent arrived In port
yesterday from Porto Rico. The Crescent
was formerly owned by the Lutx Ship
ping Co. ,
Members and friends are Invited to at
tend a social to be given at the Gadsden
Street M. E. church at & o'clock this
evening.'
Private W. I Bogart. of Pensacoia,
who Is at Genicot, France,-expects to sail
for home shortly, acrocding to a letter
received here. Several other local boys
are In the same command. -
The T. W. C.A. girls, with Mrs. Mary
rates and Miss Margaret Ray, the sec
retary, will give a black face entertain
ment at the Ferry Pass school at 8
o'clock this evening. Everybody Is in
vited." ' . "
Mrs. J. M. Lewis, Mrs. W. C. Brohm
and little daughter, Hattie, of Louis
ville, Iy., are, charming visitors in
Pensacoia as guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Klein. 814 North Bar
celona street.
AY
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OF ODDFELLOWS
IS CELEBRATED
teresting Session Large
A J Jk a Y" A- A
rtiicnaance tZ .Banquet to
Hear Speakers.
The many Pensacoia friends of Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Roberts of Montgomery,
who have frequently visited in the cltv
as the guests of their daughter, Mrs.
A. J. Butt, will learn with sincere re
gret of the loss of them of their home
by fire, last Saturday.
At a meeting of the committee cow
posed of Messrs. Jack Roberts, Thos.
Erickson, Jennings Herzkovitz, Drew
Sims and George Owen, for. the dance
to be given under the auspices of the
war camp community service for all
the ex-service men - and their lady
friends on Friday night, May 9. at Fort
Barracas, further plans were made
yestrday to make this one of the most
enjoyable affairs that the returing vet
erans will have the opportunity of
participating in.
Arrangements have been made to
secure a large boat that will leave
Palafox wharf promptly at 7:30 o'clock
on the evening of the 9th and a. ride
on Pensacoia bay will be an added
enjoyment before the dance. The
famous Bararncas band will furlnsh
the music.
It is the desire of the committee that
all ex-service men get an invitation but
there is only a partial list available
and they ask that any who desire to
attend to telephone 431 or send their
names to 220 Brent building and an
invitation will be sent which will in
clude admittance to the reservation.
In order that transportation facili
ties may be amply furnished, kindly
notify the above address or anyone
of the committee not later than Wed
nesday afternoon.
Dr. and . Mrs. , Lemuel Colson, ' who
occupied apartments in town during
the winter, moved back to their home,
1524 East La Rua street, where they
are at home to friends. Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Hudson and family have taken
the aprtments formerly occupied by
Dr. and Mrs. Colson.
Lieutenant Edward M. Pooley, of
the aviation corps, has returned to El
lington Field, Houston, Texts, where
he will resume his duties after enjoy
ing a delightful month's leave of ab
sence spent In the city as the guest
of his mother, Mrs. E. M. Pooley.
Major H. N". Manney. Jr., XT. S. M. C,
arrived In Pensacoia Wednesday morn
ing on a month's leave of absence to
join Mrs. Manney who has been spend
ing some time in the city. Major
Manney, who has been In active ser
vice overseas for more than a year,
landed In New York on April 25.
The many friends of Dwight Ander
son, son "of Mrs.-S. W. Anderson, of
this city, who has been in the over
seas service for some time past, will
be delighted to learn that news has
been received of his arrival in New
York, and that he is expected to ar
rive home within a short time. Mr.
Anderson enlisted in the hospital
corps at Camp Sherman, near Cincin
nati, Immediately after our declara
tion of war.
The Pastime Theatre The Liberty Theatre
PHONE 66. -
Today Thru Thursday Today Thru Thursday
Harry Feldman's Yankee Charles 'Richard's Modern
Doodle Girls in Maids in
"SPLASHES'5: Geo. Washington, Jr.
SongsSpecialties Dances Biggest Beauty Chorus
Remember Doors Open Nights Take Notice Doors Open -
at 7.15 Nights at 7.15
Except Saturdays at 7:00 p. m. Except Saturdays at 7:00 p. m.
Typhoon System, being in- Powerful Exhaust Fans being
stalled keeps you cool. installed.
IBS
Excursion to Camp Walton
on the fast
' "LARK"
.- V -:Simday, . Euby . r4th.-
Boat leaves City Wharf at 9 a. m., arrives back at 8 p. m.
FARE $2.00 ROUND TRIP.
Dinner at Camp Walton or bring your own lunch.
FRANK K. HENNING,
Telephone 788. Master.
FRUIT GROWERS
AND NURSERYMEN
TO MEET MAY 8
A conference of fruit growers and nur
serymen has been railed fnr- tVin a ft or.
ncfln of Thursday,- May 8th. at Orlando,
to discuss the State Plant board regula
tions that requires nurserymen to scrub
all nursury stock to prevent the spread of
cottony cushion scale. While the regula
tion is a Just one, it has worked more or
less or a hardsnrlp upon the nurserymen
and they wish to be relieved of this task.
Since the matter is one that is of par
ticular interest to grove owners, whose
properties may become Infested by this
scale, a conference has been arranged for
a discussion of .the situation.
This conference will form a part of
the program of the Florida State Horti
cultural society that meets in Orlando be
ginning the evening: of May 6, and con
tinuing until noon. May 9. Other import
ant features of the program is a con
ference on spray schedules, a discussion
of citrus fertilizer experiments that have
been carried on by the Florida Agricul
tural Experiment station during the past
ten years, the use of tractors in citrus
groves, future protection from citrus can
ker, and many other topics. More than
tilty speakers are listed on the program,
some of them of international fame. The
opening address on Tuesday evening will
be given by Hon. W. T. Swingle of
W ashington. D. C, who has been an ag
ricultural traveler in China nd other
eastern countries during the past two
years for the government. The subject
of his address will be "Citrus Growing
in the Orient." A large attendance of
citrus growers is expected at the meet
ing. ....j.,,.
SENATOR STOKES .
ATTITUDE ON FEE
BILL IS RESENTED
In resentment of the attitude of Sen
ator John P. Stokes with reference to
the sheriff's fee bill, a telegram was
dispatched last night to the local sena
torial representative by A. H. Clopton,
which is understood to voice the senti
ments of a number of friends of the
sheriff and his force, as expressed dur
ing yesterday. .
"John P. Stokes. State Senator,
"Tallahassee, Fla.
"I have noted your amendment to
sheriff's fee fee bill excluding Escam
bia county. Many people are won
dering at this; I presume to put my
thought Into words; if the counties of
puval and Hillsborough are entitled
to the increase, so Is Escambia. Ef
ficiency is dependent upon, sufficient
compensation; present compensation
does not insure efficiency.
A. H. CLOPTON."
The Odd Fellows of Pensacoia, as
sisted by Naomi Rebekah Lodge, last
night' celebrated the 100th anniversary
of the founding. of the first lodge of
Odd Fellows in the United States.
Rev. John C.Skotto we, rector of St.
Katherine's Episcopal church, was the
principal speaker of the evening. An
interesting - vocal and instrumental
program was carried out. '
The first Lodge of Odd Fellows In
this country was founded at the Seven
Stars Tavern in Baltimore. Md., April
26, 1819, by Thomas Wildey and four
other English Odd Fellows. The char
ter came from England.
Naomi Rebekah Lodge, No. 10, of this
city, prepared the banquet which was
served in the banquet hall at Baylen
and Belmont streets.- The committee
in charge was: Mrs. F. II. Crans
ton, Mrs. Lottie E. Bennett and Mrs.
Amelia Mathis.
After the banquet I. M. Davis, as
toastmaster of the evening, present
ed the Grand Conductor of the Grand
Lodge of Florida, F. H. Cranston talk
ed briefly on topics of interest to
Odd Fellows, The speaker of the
evening. Rev. John C. Skottowe was
then introduced, ' and he held the at
tention of his hearers from beginning
to end. A musical program in charge
of Mrs. Lee was carried out.
The committee on arrangements was
F. H. Cranston. J. W. Davidson and W.
Eyers. The decorations were pink and
green. -
There was a very large attendance
both of the membership of Pensa
coia Lodge, No. 4, and of other local
and neighboring lodges.
GOOD WEATHER OR
BAD ENGINEERS'
DANCE TONIGHT
. The stage is now all set for the en
gineer officers' hop at Fort Barrancas,
this evening. "With" the arrival of the
last exoress package of decorations
from Mobile, the committee on arrange
ments Is in a position to announce tnat
the dance will be staged strictly ac
cording to prearranged detail.
One noteworthy feature of the oc
casion, is the fact that the dance will
be given regardless of weather con
ditions. In the unlikely event that
the present rainy spell has nott passed
ovr bv Friday evening, it will only
be necessary to open the gates of the
post grounds and run the special car
up to the post exchange, where all
preparations have been made for that
contingency.
If one may . judge by the . extreme
Interest manifested in. military, navail
and civilian social circles, the engin
eers hop promises to be one of the
big events of the social season. The
engineers have a reputation for carry
ing all of their work to a successful
conclusion, and they insist that their
hop shall only maintain that reputa
tion. With a beautifully decorated
pavilion, good music and a jolly gath
ering of guests, they look forward
with no little anticipation to a most
enjoyable evening.
As has been stated before, a specially
chartered car will leave Pensacoia at
8:15 p. m. and return leaving Barran
cas at 12:15. This car wiU make all
stops. A cordial Invitation is extended
to all officers of the military and naval
nffiKers who are strangers at
xwi v. j w y w
the post are requested to present them
selves to Captain C. U- asu. .
Y. M C. A. WORKERS
ARE ALL BOOSTERS
FOR VICTORY LOAN
Atlanta, May 1. "In my opinion, very
organization in the Unuea buu.
at this time turn at least a measure of
its force into the drive for the Victory
loan," said R. H. King, new executive
, ,v, v m. c. A., in the
Dcurciaijr -
Poutheastern department. Mr. King was
announcing that Y. M. C. A. secretaries
returning from overseas were schedud
to speak and worn ior me kw.
,- inn." he added. All
through our department, whatever posst
hio h,,W,hio urvtn in the power of our
organization will be freely rendered."
. This Includes. Mr. King explained, ser
vice on working committees and per-.
sonal work , in connection wiui iwai
Y. M. C A. organisations, as well as
in organizing committees. .
"ft matron nn difference how the ser
vice to the campaign may be rendered,'
said Mr. King, "our men are instructed
to use every meens in their power to ad
vance the sale of the bonds of the fifth
loan. Of course, the men returning from
overseas can furnish the most spectac
ular aid they can, and will, speak of
what they have seen on the battle fields
of the great war. and of the urgent ne'M
for 'cleaning up' with a big over-sub
scription to the fifth loan. Jtsui our m-
tentlnn In nAt tn ston nrith that. -A'm
mean to work for the bonds in every lo
cality where a Y. M, C. A. is situated,
and wherever a Y. M. C. A. secretary
goes."
Hayes Healing Honey. '
Stops the Tickle, Heals the Throat and
Cures the Cough. Price 35c. A free
box of O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for
Chest Colds, Head Colds and Croup is
enclosed with every bottle. Adv.
SENATE FD
INSTITUTIONS
FiAWCEFW
(By JOHN C. TRICE)
Tallahassee. May 3. By, the bill agreed
upon by the senate committee the state
educational institutions are to receive
$660,000. This of course Is for those al
ready establishe . An effort is being
made to establish two normal schools -n
the state, for which if created additional
appropriations will have to be made. Tne
bill above referred to Is as follows:
A bill to be entitled. An Act making
appropriations for the support and mainr
tenance of the state institutions for high
er education created and required to be
maintained by Chapter 5384 of the Laws
of Florida, approved June 5th, 1905, now
known as the University of Florida, the
Florida State College for Women, tne
Florida School for the Deaf. . Dumb and
Blind, and the Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical College for Negroes; and for
the support and maintenance of Summer
Schools created by Chapter 6498, laws of
Florida, approved June 5th, 1913.:
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the
State' of Florida: ; ' : 1
Section 1. That the sum of six hun
dred and sixty thousand and six hundred
(S660.600) dollars, or so much thereof as
shall be necessary, is hereby appropriated
for the support. Improvement, mainten
ance of the University of .Florida,-the
Florida State .College for Women," the
Florida School for the Deaf. , Dumb and
Blind, and the Florida' Agricultural and
Mechanical College for Negroes, required
to be supported and maintained fcy
Chapter 5384 of the Laws of Florida, ap
proved June 5th. 1905, which sum shall
be expended as follows:
University of Florida. '
Salaries, janitors, printing, re
pairs,, additional instruction.
r etc. . . ....514Z.0UQ
Current expenses for library and
laboratories . . . - 10,000
Experiment Station (continuing
certain experiments) 10,000
Florida State College For Women.
Salaries, janitors, printing, ad- . ; '
ditional instructors, etc. ....... S180. ooo
Library and laboratories ........ 2.000
Central heating plant 30,000
Completion of Broward-Hall 20.000
.Equipment of same 3.00
Infirmary building . . 35,000
Equipment for fyme 2.000
Special repairs for Bryan hall ... 2,000
Equipment for Reynolds Hall .... - 3.000
First Unit Training School 10,-JOO
Equipment for same 000
Completion of kitchen to present
dining room , 10.000
Extension Work by Florida State College
Kent for Practice Cottage and of
fice supplies for .vocational
training work 1,500
Woman's Institute 6,700
Assistant Home Demonstration
agent 4,000
Assistant research work 2,000
Janitor service 300
Equipment of research work .. 6VJ
rt-lnting fund 4,000
Summer School for extension
workers . . . ............. 1,600
School for tne Deaf, Dumb and Blind.
Current expenses ...S100,000
Scholarships . . . 1,000
New boilers 2,5.00
Athletics 500
Special repairs 2,000
Library and pianos, school room
apparatus - 2,500
Completion of negro building ...... 15,000
Agricultural and Mechanical College for
Negroes.
Current expenses ................S 24.000
Repair to dining hall 2,500
Auditorium building 10,000
One dormitory 12,500
Board of Control.
Current expenses 8.000
Sec. 2. The sum of ten thousand (110,
000) for the year 1919, and ten thousand
(J10.000) dollars fvr the year 1920. or so
much thereof as may be necessary, be
and is hereby appropriated for the main
tenance of the Summer Schools created
by Chapter 6498, Laws of Florida, approv
ed June 5th, 1913.
Sec. 3. The comptroller is hereby di
riceted to draw warrants upon the requi
sition of the state superintendent of pub
lic Instruction out of any funds in the
treashury not otherwise appropriated -or
the legitimate cost of said Summer
School, the amount not to exceed the ap
propriation made in Section Two (2 of
this Act. , '
Sec. 4. This Act shall become a law
upon its passage and approval by the
governor, or upon Its becoming a law
without such approval.
'JDs
FRECKLE- FACE
Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots.
How to Remove Easily.
Here's a chance. Miss Freckle-face,
to try a remdy for freckles with the
guarantee of a reliable concern that it
will not cost you a penny unless it
removes the freckles; while if it does
give you a. , clear complexion the ex
pense is trifling..
Simply get an ounce of pthine
double strength from any "druggist
and a few applications should show
you how easy it is to rid yourself of
the homely freckles and get a beauti
ful complexion. Rarely is more than
one ounce needed for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength Othine as this strength
is sold under guarantee of money
back if it fails to remove freckles.
Adv.
COMING D. W. GRIFFITH'S COMING!
Latest and Greatest Production
"THE GIRL WHO STAYED AT HOME"!
N Y. American : "Griffith has again done
something new."
Saenger Amuse. Co. presents Today
BILLIE BURKE -
In a picturization of Clara Rummer's eminently I r?r"
successful Broadway Play. I
m. IOC
"GOOD GRACIOUS 2c
ANNABELLE" r
WHAT DID SHE DO? Vvn, ? fLS
Do! Heavens alive, my dear, what f? f I f""' V&vN
did Annabelle do? Didn't you I iw VfiV-
hear? Everybody Is talking V"r- C
about It! She has shocked and " --SHi
scandalized all of our set. But vTa f,
what can we do about it? jrl ht l?" -
by all means, yhiv ll 1 ft fir M "
even if you j' JT lilt 1 1 1 fi 1 1
have to bring f I 1 7 )
Isis Semi- Week-' -- , WlTVt
ly Live Wire 'V -. XA Tffy
News. ivr ,fv1R Yf
Mutt & Jeff. AX 'iVVM 1 I f f':
"Trainers" V . jrf-Jy3N 1 1t- y
Comedy Cartoon. Si. v -yw' ' ""'' iV
Reilly's Isis Or- X T V
" ap ' mr f: .my III!
1 1
SAENGEK'S
TODAY
YOU CAN SEE A GREAT BATTLE
See its every phase from points of vantage,
Fierce Trench, Aerial and Sea Fighting, in
ITALY'S FLAMING FRONT"
(Official Italian Government films)
Lyons-Moran Comedy "SKIDDING
THRONES"
TOMORROW
EDDIE POLO in "THE LURE of the CIRCUS"
-" AND
CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "Shoulder Arms"
JEPP1E POUb
Take Your Shoes
to Ch'altman's
Chatt'll f ix them while you wait, or he'll
have them ready on the finished stand, for
Chatt. is located right at your Gate. Save
the trouble of sending them to town. You'll
like his prices they are reasonably low; the
leather he uses is of the best and sound, and
you'll never put your foot in on a sticking up.
tack, for his work is well f nished and that's
a fact.
By
E. E,
Cha
ttman
Owner
The Blinding Glare
of the Summer Sun
is here again. Perhaps your Glasses do
i- :T, Whv
ly not have a pair made of the soothing,
- cooling;, shaded "Crookes" glass? .
"" ' Come in and talk it over. 1
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
The Home of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Street.
- . Gl THE5&TRE
TODAY Matinee and NIgrht.
THEDABARA
In the Kate Claxton 1918 Version of
"THE TWO ORPHANS"
A Theda Bara Super-Production and a Screen Classic
MUTT AND JEFF COMEDY
TOMORROW "THE DECIDING KISS," a beautiful love story
SUNDAY "JOHNNY ON THE SPOT" a comedy drama starring Hale
Hamilton. Garden Popular Prices. We Pay the Tax.
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Anderson
GENTLEMEN 50 c.
Ladies 25c
as
Jazz Band
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C leys ssr
Doug!
Come Up and Hear
the Latest Music
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