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THE PENSACOLA .TdURNAL SATURDAY MORNINOMAY3, 1919.
Straws are Stirransr
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Our stock of 1919 straws are
the same styles they are showing
a Fifth Ave.
; The shapes are the most be-
roming in years. You can al
i lost choose your style without
a try-on. -
Stop in and see them tomght
if strolling' or slip the clutch if
r.iotoring.
: Sailors $2.50 to $6.00.
I Panamas $5.00 to $7.50.
i Leghorn3 $5.00 to $6.00.
- Balliuks $10.00.
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s . ' NEWS BRIEFS. s
The new kH at Fig 3ty. which ns
w ...n Kuiit. aria fee the Kene o!
an "Oki Fashioned Diitrlct School this
evenixg. Pensacoiiaas are invited U at
Koj of tb Clabbs ecisool On N'orth
Twelfth vei m'-, Rave a Wackfa-ce en
tertainment last night, which was well
attended. .
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DRY CLEANING
PRESSING
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Flafts are lifi considered for partus
Bkur.t street from Twelfth avenue to
Kayview park. It is estimated that the
cost will be about SS,(K9.
The concrete drtrewar at Bayview
park has been completed. It is do
open to the public
The anual reunion at the Confederate
Veteran, Xaugbters of the Confederacy
and Son of Confederate Veteran will be
r e!i May 7-10 at Jacksonville. Arrange
ments have been made whereby member
of these organizations and their families
may secure reduced rates on ail rail
roads. -
pay to continue treatius drag cases
alone.".'" "v-" ' . .
"Adoption of . bone dry prohibition"
by a number of states has decreased
business In many sections. Business
also fell oti daring the war, but last
rail it picked up strain at about the
time of the influenza epidemic and
has been fairly good ever ince.
An official of one of the oldest
chains of drink cores in the country
expressed the view their institutions
would remain open for at least a year
after the coming of national prohi
bition. He admitted that beyond that
the future was uncertain. Two years
ag-o this concern . operated fifty
branches Today the number has been
reduced to fewer than twenty. He Raid
a few of the branches might be con
tinued permanently for drug users''
who, since the passing- of the Harri
son anti-drug law, "are confined largely
to the wealthy class and residents of
the underworld."
A delegation of citizens, resMents on
North Hill, called on Mayor Sanders yes
terday with a request that the streets
in that section of the city be improved.
Among- those in the delegation were
Winner Hayward, T. I. Grant. 3. Berlin.
K. K, Reese and several others.
F. C. Sanoninet of thi rv -mm ii-
in a few days for Kf T-rni
bis son. HaL who Via TMnnti r.
oversea, wounded. Mr. Sandquinet and
on wiu return to this city where thy
will continue the real estate business of
the elder Sanauiaet.
SOUTH FLORIDA
MAKERS GET
III SQUABBLE
DESIGNATION OF GOVERNMENT
RESERVATION FOR SEMINOLE
INDIANS IS CAUSE OF HEATED
ARGUMENT..
DRINK CURE '
INSTITUTIONS
PLAN TO CLOSE
Chicago, May 2 . Plana a Wn
made by owners of more than two hun-
area , drink institutions to diecontinue
business with the coming of national
prohibition, according to offlHsi. nt
institutions here. A few of the
may continue indefinitely as drug san-
itanuma, put a large majority is ex
pected to close within a year.
James E. Bruce, an official of a
drink cure corporation that adver
tises it, has cured more than. 500.000
victims of alcohol, said the prohition
wave had for some time caused de
creased business.
"We figure that there will be no
use for our institutions after the
country goes dry." he said. "How-'
ever, we expect business to increase
for a few months right after prohi
bition becomes effective. But after
that It will rapidly decrease.
, A few years ago we had sixty
branches in operation throughout the
country. Today we have 25. - Drug
cases constitute about 25 per cent of
our business, the number being about
the same as before the Harison anti
drug law went into effect five years
ago. But we do not think it would
(By HERBERT FELKEL)
Tallahassee. May 2. Senators Hul
ley and Malbne locked horns again
Thursday on the former's bill, to vest
in the United States government the
title to a propesd Seminole Indian re
servation in the former's district, com
posed of Monroe and Lee counties.
Senator Malone insisted that he did
not want the ''dirty and lawless bar
barians concentrated" in his district,
and Senator Hulley was as equally de-
termined to put them there. Before the
debate was terminated the professor
senator plainly showed his anger and
by his frequent disregard for the usages
of parliamentary practice, senators
said, lost friends for the bill he cham
pioned. The senate was Under the Im
pression that the bill was "on third
reading and final passage and the de
bate would precede a vote on the
measure, but the secretary discovered
an amendment that had not been en
grossed In the ill, and Senator Moore,
presiding,' ruled that the bill would
have to ko to the engrcssing com
mittee! Senator Haliey demanded an
explanation as to why the amendment
bad not been engrossed and the .bin
properly referred. Senator Moore
handled the Situation with marked
ability and with a head as cool as
the proverbial cucumber, sent the bill
to the engrossing room with Dr. Hul
ley insisting that he did not want any
more mistakes to occur.
Senator Malone said he feared the
reservation would be a biding place
for criminals and be branded the bill,
in his opinion, an iniquitous piece of
legislation. Senator Hulley believed it
tt be a righteous bill and wanted it
understood distinctly that be was not
fathering any iniquitous laws in this
legislature. ' .
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EDWARD McGOVEBN
The funeral of Edward McGovert
whose death occurred yesterday fff
. . . a riva street.
'.will be held from St. ilictael s church
this afternoon, leaving tne nouw v -o-ciock.
Burial win be at St. Michael's
cemetery- ;
Mr. McGovern came to this city from
Newark. X. J., in 1ST 3 and has lived here
since that time. He Is survived by three
eaagbterz. Mrs. K. I Smay. Mrs. Kate
McKown and Mrs. C K. Irwin, and two
sons. John and Azan McGovern.
The pan bearers will be Jake Oross
kopt. W. Fowler, A. Briggs. Henry Wise,
1. Cardinas and B. McClure.
ARMY ENGINEERS
HOLD SPLENDID
HOP AT BARRANCAS
tv si-mv n?fnMr officers gave a
pleasant dance at Fort Barrancas last
night. There was a very large attend
ance, both from the post and the air sta
tion and from me city.
The rjirninn w beautifully decorate.
rwt Tr!lnt music - was provided. Al
special car took the guests to Barrancas
at 8:15 p. m.. and returning lert me army
past at 12:15 a. m. Capt. C. D. S.
Clafkson greeted and set straight all of
ficers who were strangers at tne post.
UD1ES CM EEU SHOE
One slate smaller and shoes last longer
atter usins Allen's Foot-Base, the anti
septic powder for the feet, .i ha Ken into
the shoes and sprinkled In the foot-bath.
Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or new
shoes feei easy; gives instant relief to
corns and bunions. prevents Blisters.
Callous and Sore Spots. It's the greatest
comfort discovery of the ge. Try it to
day. Bold everywhere.
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SATURDAY & MONDAY
SPECIALS
Sugar, per lb. 10c
Peaberry Coffee, 2 lbs. .....55c
Alaga Syrup, 1 gal. can $1.05
. . 12 gal. can 55c
Dunbar Syrup, 1 gal. $1.05
1-2 gal. can ......55c
Eggs, 2 dozen .95c j
Brookf ield Butter, per lb. .... . . ..... . 75c'
Sweet Potatoes, peck .................. .55c
Lemons, per doz. 30c
Mixed Cakes, per lb. .30c
Campbell or Chesterfield Cigarettes, box $1.50
Prince Albert .Tobacco, 12 cans . ... .... .$1.50
Black Eyed Peas, 15 lbs. $1.00
Salt Herring, doz $1.50
American Sardines, per doz. 80c
Arbuckle's Coffee, per lb ,35c
Eidilito Coffee, per lb..... ........40c
Brookdale Peaches, per can 30c
FEED STUFFS
Corno Hen Feed, sack ................ . $4.20
Chops, per sack $3.35
Corno Horse Feed, sack $3.35
Cotton Seed Hulls, sack . . . . . . . . . . $1.20
Shorts, per sack .$3.00
Velvet Bean Meal, sack $2.65
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Ask for Rogers Silverware Coupons
Free delivery to all parts of the city.
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Saturday and Monday
Wh. Gran. Sugar, lb. . . . . 10c
Armour's Vegetole, 4-lb.
bucket ...... . . . . . . .$1.25
Armour's Vegetole, 8-Ib.
bucket ....... . . . . . . $2.50
Best Oleo, 2-lb. block . . . .75c
Supreme Butter, 2 lbs.. .$1.45
Fresh yard eggs, 2 doz. . .95c
Swift Prem. Hams, lb . .42 1-2
Supreme Hams, lb. . . .42 1-2
Picnic Hams, lb. ........ 30c
Shoulder meat lb.. . ... .28 1-2
Smoked Bacon, lb.. . . . . . .35c
Maxwell House Coffee,
3-Ib. can ............ $1.25
Maxwell House Coffee,
1-Ib. can .45c
Blue Label Coffee, can. . .25c
Blue Label Coffee,
3-Ib. bkt . . . . . . . ... . . $1.00
Tall Cream, can . . . . . . . . 14c
SPECIALS
Mag. Milk, can . . . . ..... 18c
Yellow Split Peas, lb 15c
B. E. Peas, 2 lbs. 15c
Navy Beans, 2 lbs. . , . ... 25c
Lima Beans, 2 lbs.. .... ,25c
Red Kidney Beans, can. . . 35c
Hamburger Steak, 2 lbs. .25c
Vienna Sausage, 2 lbs.. . .25c
Potted Meats, 6 cans . . . . . 25c
Dried Beef, can ..... ... . 15c
Veal Loaf, can . . . . . . . .". 20c
Clipper Peas, No. 1 can. . .10c
Sugar Loaf Peas, No. 2 r
can . .... . . ... ... . .1 . .15c
Best Corn, No. 2 can. . . .15c
Clipper Tomatoes, No. 1
dozen ... .... . . . . . .$1.00
Tomatoes, No. 1 1-2 can. . .10c
Tomatoes, No. 2, 2 cans. . 25c
Crackers or Cakes, 2 pkg. 15c
rden Gash Srocerv
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Garden and DcVillicr Streets
PHONE 2027
Deliveries Promptly Rlado
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TWO RUNAWAYS IN
GERMAN TOGS ARE
FIRST IN COBLENZ
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Cobknx, May 2. Two American
soldiers who went ahead of the army
of occupation during its march across
Rhenish Prussia last December, donned
German army uniforms and had a
c-i of fhrilline adventures, after a
court martial recently were sentenced
to twenty years at hard labor. The
men, both privates, were charged with
desertion In addition to eight other
off.mses connected with their runaway
tri;. : '
According to the testimony brought
out at the court martial both men
speke a little German, and after going
ahead of the advancing troops, fell in
with a number of German soldiers,
also deserters. The Germans had stolen
a lot of food, wearing apparel and
Other articles of value, and, witnesses
said, induced the Americans to assist
the Germans in rescuing the stolen
property from the each. .
The two privates, Frederick Rich
man and Frank Richards, probably
were the first Americans to enter
Coblenz, as they were more than a
week ahead of the schedule of the
third army In its march toward the
Rhine. It was in a suburb of Coblenz
that the Germans had hidden their
booty in' the basement of a German
woman's house. In some way the
Coblenz police heard of the thefts and
for several days and nights had guards
watching for the thieves to appear to
cart away their loot.
When two supposedly German sol
diers appeared one night with sacks
and started to "pack up the articles
and refused to heed repeated German
commands to 'halt," the German
police began to fire. One man fell,
wounded in the arfn, and the other,
after a chase, was caught. When . the
two were taken to the German police
station it was discovered they were
Americans and they were held until
officers of the American army arrived.
Under the circumstances, after an
Investigation, the Americans decided
not to make any charge against the
German policeman who had shot
Richman.
NEXT WEEK
Fresents
NEXT WEEK
The Girl Who Stayed at Hose
An Intimate Revelation of the Soul of th Girl Who Straggled
With Temptation While Her Soldier Sweet
heart Was Away.
CHARMIG
BILLIE BURKE
GOODGRACIOUS
ANNABELLA"
Yora the
Stage
Play by
Clara.
Kurniuer
She Is
by a man she didn't
know she was married to.
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LAST
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SAENGER'S
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20s
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FATTY ARBUCKLE ia
'A SCRAP
OF PAPER
We are certain
you will endors
Fatty's Rollicklug 5
Humor and Funny xz.
tics In this picture.
iSIS SEMI-WEEKLY LIVE WIRE NEWS.
MUTT AND JEFF "TRAINERS" COMEDY CARTOON
REILLY'S ISIS ORCHETRA.
TOMORROW ONLY
Features SIJ 1
YOU SHOULD KNOW
LAMARINE WAFERS
After many months of investigation
and research, there has been found a
laxative that gives perfect results
without harming the delicate organs
f 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.
Lam a r in e 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 seU them for
30c per box.
Write Desk 47, Lamarine Labora
tories, Atlanta, Ga., for free sample
package. adv.
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Pictograph
Bobby Vernon in "The Neighbor.'
BY 'CRICKT- IT'S FASTEN TN
WHAT THE NAME SATS.
HOLY SMOKE!
Some humdinger! And they do tay
he'll tie up with the little blonde if h
wins this here race. Now don't you
hang behind like an old cow's tail; yog
be right up in front o' the line to. tet
lightning'
"BLUE RIBBON' TALKS
Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon.
The best is the cheapest because it goes
further.
Excursion to Camp Waltoi
on the fast
"LA R K "
Sunday, May 4tt
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 H. HENNING, .
Telephonei788.
Master.
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See Our Showing of
0AF0RDS
Mahogany Calf,
Vici, Brown Kid,
White Canvas.
Prices Range
$4 00 to 11.00
Hosiery to match'
Forcheimer's
Boston
Shoe Store
BONITAV (5 rj
TODAY. VLiS LJy v f ,
A Grand Double 2 . JZ H
Sill Consisting of ' :- . " ' f" fl
Tiro Gnr.vfEST ' -7 )rJJ I
ClJKOAariCSCAX fS1 CAf Charlie;
and . ,l:Mpr W ;
THE INIMITABLE CX ' ' ISSV
M IT'S A
REMEMBER your boyhood days when
you'd play hookey from school, or
Bet up at 3 o'clock to ae the Circua
come to town or tug water till your back
ached just to get in free. Remember the
thrills, the glitter and glamor that fasci
nated you the dare-devil trapeze and
aerial acts that held you spellbound, the
million dollar free street parade and all
you loved is days gone by.
COME and be a boy again and fcrinf
your boys and girls with you. Lt
them see on the screen the thrilling
work of strong man. EDDIE POLO, hero
of "THE LURE OF THE CIRCUS." Yeull
see real circus performers, real acts and
all the ground old-time glory that rreda
you happy. "THE LURE OF THE CIR
CUS" is a romance of circus life, a love
story and packs of exciting adventure.
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erty of absorbing or excluding from the
eye those rays of light which are so ir
ritating. Have your lenses made of
"Crookes" for summer comfort.
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MATINEE AND NIGHT TODAY
"THE DECIDING KISS"
A most fascinating, pleasing picture, keeps you interested
charmed from start to finish. Guess what it is all about.
TOMORROW "JOHNNY ON THE SPOT"
A comedy drama. Most interesting because of the fine work o
the big star featuring it Hale Hamilton.
Third Episode of the "IRON TEST and a big comedy
Garden Pouplar Prices. "We pay the tax.
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Gentlemen 35c, Ladies 5c
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