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THE FENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNlfvTG, MAY 3, 1919.
FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919 EURALGIA YOUR ISM THIS or Headache Rub theforehead and temples with Ml ICES VAPOIOTLit Reliable Tire Repair Shop orYGUAR.D-30Je.60r'.i.2a Tire Repairing and Steam Vulcanizing. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Out of Town Work Solicits. 30 East Gardes Street. Qy cz 3 i II 7 V r" 1 i 1 r iimi i hi a (i iiimmi " " RY ... CITY COMPTROLLER RESIGNS TO ACCEPT MOBILE POSITION City Comptroller C. , W. Eggart has handed his resignation to the mayor ana c;ty commissioners, to take effect May 15. Mr. Eereart exDecta tn Imva Phim. FORCHEIMER'S FASHIONSHOP Th store for W6m" tfCLUSIV SHOP FOB READY TO X WEAR AND MILLINERY V BORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO. t 4T 410 W FlmmAmw Automobile Supplies and Accessaries. Agents tot Harley-Davidson . Motorcycles. AMERICAN NATIONAL ' BANK Of Pensacola CAPITAL STOCK Paid In $S3,&93 MARSTON & QUINA West Florida'' Oldest Furniture House M'KEE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND OFFICE FURRNITURE. THE KOZY KORNER Agents for Johnston's Milwaukee Candies "The Appreciated Chocolates" Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. ECONOMY STORE "Teach Your $ Cents" Opp. Plaza Park, South Palafor. Bgr -J M.ELLIS GROCER. 18S9 Phones 1890 1221 N. Davis Street. MMILLAN AUCTION CO. Moog's Old Stanff 527-29 South Palafox Sa. -PHONE 374 We Furnish the Home Complete jJl mm TV ryNiruc , S"llilllfll, .1 ul MORRIS BROS. LADIES READY - TO - WEAS GENTS' FURNISHINGS ALL NEW STOCK Belmont and Devilliers Streets Let Us RenovAte Your Old Mattress. Pensacola Mattress Co. 940-948 E. Romana St. Phone 1515. 16 North Palafox.. NOR3VIAN A. COX Sheet Metal Worker 510 South Palafox Street Phone 413 LEE ELECTRIC CO. Contracting and Supplies 109 N. Palafox St. Phone 1674 Elebash Jewelry Co. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to Peter Lindenstruth 112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713 ACCOUNTANTS, PUBLIC , RAINES. R. T. .American National Bank Building. Autortobiles. ' DODGE 'BROS. MOTOR CAR O. H. HATS. Dealer. Phone S? Auto Painting PENSACOLA BT7GOT WORKS 131-183 East lntendencla. Phone 57 Auto Repairer and Accessories. ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO. M N. Palafox street. Phone 418 A complete line of AutorofrbUe Accessories Adding Machine. btjrrot?Ohs xdvusq Machine co. Thiesen Bids. Phone 7S4 Bakeries. REEfS SANtTART bakert liS N Palafox Bt. Phone 484 BENNETT'S BAKERT v 428 West Belmont. ' Phone its .Baggage and Transfer." BOERAB TRANSFER CO. East Chase Street Phone 114$ Barber Shops. coixnes BROS. Barber Shop 804 S. Palafox Street. Phone 147S Umbrellas and Parasols Repaired. Work Qaaranteed. ' J, C. TOUNO, 102 E. Gregory. Bottling Worfcs. COCA COLA BOTTLING WORKS 126 E. Chase Street. - - Phone 67 'Chiropractors W, C. GOELZ Chlreir.ctjr Office.. Phone 3SS; Residence, 8247 38-831 Brent JBufidia. Clothiers " M. ' 6. CLOTHIN3 STOES ' 219-223 Sooth Pali fox. Phone 11M Coal Dealers. CART A CO Office Phones 9S-119: TSid Phones S-134 Dry Cleaning. VATT6NAT. DRT CUBANTNO CO. IS East Garden St. Phone 361. Drtiggfets THE CENTRAL PHAHMACT 100 South Palafor. Phones 1 77-17 j THE CRYSTAL. PHARMACT IS Sooth PaJatox. - Phones S31Sz8 ryALEMBERTS'S PHARMACT 121 South Paiafo ' - Phone 109 ElectricU Supplies pEAKfl ELECTRIC & SANTTART PLUMBING CC 30 S. Palafex Street. Phone 145 BAROCO ElECTRIC CO. 17 Wert Qafden Street. Phone 61S " REED BINGHAM ' . . House Wiring-. Electrical Supplies.. Contractor. Phone 2075 Box 28S Florists. MRS. NEIXJS M. BOTSEN The Only Down Town Florist. . 18 West Garden Street. Phone 180S NORTH HILL. GREENfiRT . Greenhouses. 919 N. Btylen Rt. Phone 817 Vlower Shop. 9 W. P.omana St. Phone tZt Fruit and Groceries. JOHN ORPANOS Fruits cl Groceries. 422 N. Hayne St. Pbene 666. -..Paper Ilansin, Paintinir & Decotatinr Johnson & FreaeneSssa Phone 502. ' 16 W. GTeniacst. Pensacola Launch c I.ia- ' chine Co. ' L WILLARO SERVICE STATION WiiWd Storss Cettere na psfrS ef Bit MM , Batteries TAs Sets &Urta Vsys!ehie tho in tgewnectiow. l?T rs f ik'sa 1" . YOVU lAhL SUIT i hie Directors- Is Issued Three Times a Week and the Charge $1.09 Per Month Phone 1500 and tell us enter your name under proper classification. to the Central Trades Council PENSACOUl TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL WM.V. McNEIR. SeC. P. O. Box 88 Foundries. BAT SHORE FOUNDRT CO.. 811 West Main Street. , Phone 7T Groceries. MRS. Tj. W. VAN METER OreceneSi Sth At. end Strong. Phone U57 VCR AT GROCERT CO. 429 West Jackson St. Phone 185S NEW CITT CASH GROCERT CO. 1322 N. 14tn Ave. Phone 1971. NICK VASSO Fruits and Groceries. tod E. Wrlsht St. Phone 478 Horseshoing. .' O. A. BRIGOS Pra.ctica.1 Horseshoer 16 W. Iatendedcia St. Phone 822 Ice Dealers. . .PENSACOLA ICE CO. 198-108 N. Tarrasrona. - Phones 69-269 Iron Brokers. DTJBOSB & TOMt-INSON -Iron Brokers. 21 W. IntendeucU St. Phone 748 Job Printers. MATES PRINTING CO 16 West Government St. Phone 181 Laundry. THE PERFECTION LAUNDRT Dry Cleaninsr and Steam Presslnsr Phone 186 Motor Boat Supply Store. PENSACOLA GAS ENGINE A 8UPPLT CO, 712 S. Palafox St. Phone 827 GULF MACHINE WORKS 813-617 South Palafox Phones 182-1489 Market and Grocer. F. CHERBERO ' 424 E. Government St. Phone 889 , Market sxa Groceries . NICK GALLATCHNOS Grocer .- 500 W. Belmont. Phone 484 TONT CLEVRO . Grocer. 520 W. Greory Street. Phone 620 JOHN FRANK Grocer and Market 820 N. "DeVUlier St. Phone 930 JOHN CRESSES. GROCER 824 N. Davis Street. Phone 482 EDGAR LEON Grecer and Market 1912 W. Jaekson St. Phone 1218 PETE CHACKNET Groceries end Market 201 W. Government St. Phone 882 SAM CATCHES Groceries Snd Market 1601 N. Hayne Street. Phone 1861 SpiRlNA GARDEN MARKET. CHOICE WESTERN MEATS, PHONE 234. CHRIS CJ&VEXt GROCER 16 N. OulUeaftarde. Phone 1646 B. 8. MARKETS Meats 819 W. XHVUUer Street. Phone 941 V: Sel -Yofer Old Shoes to'.--. West EM Shms Store for Bc&t tUi4 Neatest Work in llepairs. AH Work Gcaranteed S21 North DeVmier Street Phone "2Q32 r" V; ROPER TO DECIDE AS TO WHETHER CORSET IS LUXURY New Tork, May 2. Are corsets under wear? This ftrobleni was put today to Commissioner of Internal Revenue ".CSS Q'alddy. relieves Copstipa ilea, Enioiritsi, Lcu3 et Appe tite aad Ile&faehes, due to Tor pid Liver. adv. Meat Markets. THE PARLOR MARKET 314 South Palafox. Phones 173-174 Merchant Tailors. DAN BROWN. MERCHANT TAILOR CO Expert Steam Cleaning and Dyeing. Suits Pressed 35c 427 W. Belmont St. v Phone 932 Music Stores. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE 114 South Palafox Street. Phone 15 Newspapers. , THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL Daily-Weekly-Sunday Phones: Editorial, 38; Business. 1500 THE PENSACOLA NEWS Evening Except Sunday Phones: Editorial 454; Business. 118 Optician. DR. T. G. YATES Expert. Optician. Fisher Building Painters, Paper Hangers. B. B. WELLS 12 East Government. Phone 773 Photographers. , CHAS. COTTRELL 204 1-2 South ralafox. . Phone 1102 Restaurants. BUST BEES HOTEL & CAFE 315 S. Palafox St. Phone 1757 ANGELOS DAIRT LUNCH 106 South Palafox Street: Phone 803 Shoe Shops; SAM CHARLES 5 Shoe Maker -H Palaf6x and Main Sts. Phone 614 FOOT WEAR REPAIR SHOP 1021 N. Davis Stroet. - - Phone lf Ship Chandlery. A. ZJCLniS Ship Chandler., ril S. Palafox St. Phone 139 Taxi Service. V. Q. VENTURA Txl Serv'ce. East Garden St. Phone SO? Bob's Taxi Phone 833 Service Day and Night 16 West Garden TJ in Workers. N. A. COX. TIN SHOP 510 S. Prlafox greet. Phone 418 Tailoring. . KTNG TAILORING CO. -Builders of Fine Fitting: Clothes 20 South Palafox Street Trained Nurses. Resistery of Trained Nurses nt White's Pharmacy. Day Phone 180. Night 446 ' Turkish Baths. PENSACOLA-. HOSPITAL, phone 843. Wholesale Grocers. CONSOLIDATED GROCERT CO. 201 E. Garden St. ; - Phone 171 Undertakers NOBTHUP A WOOD Undertakers. 2 West Intendenci St. Phone 29. We are. proud of the confi dence doctors, druggists and the public have in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic adv. Daniel CBoper, In a telegram sent to the treasury department at Washington by Lew Hahn. execuUve secretary of the National Retail Drysooda association. Mr. Hahn protests that the problem is caus ing grave perplexity to drygooda naer chants throughout the country. " 'n. now imurv tax Is the cause of te difficulty. An unofficial ruling has le-J dared that corset are unaerwear, ear. Hahn ays, and a luxury and taxable. Some merchants are collecting the tax end others are not and Mr. Hahn appeals to Commissioner Roper to put corsets m their proper place officially. " 'BLUE RrBBONTALIK The stronger the extract the lias 'it takes. Blue Ribbon Vanilla ia the high est possible quality. "Best and takes ill n ,x:; Ml . ' ' A .-. .. I r x , m ... - . , A . ' . j i i ii ji Vill'shc.b'ifcc.'? v Tios. unnceynsenis . CHARGES IRAyGasedTichtnTn AT ISIS TOMORROW. ssssiii SMI iisiagis Weather Reoort. 5 SiSIiBSSSIIISSIIISS (Compiled for the Journal by the Weather Bureau Office.) Pensacola, Fla., May 3, 1919. Sunrise, 5:04. Sunset. 7:28. Moonrise, 9:11 a. m. . Moonset, 11:25 p. m. Next phase of the moon. First Quar ter. 6th. High tide, 1:39 p. m. Low tide, 11:47 p. m. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. ; Temperature. 1 a. m., 67. 7 p. m., 74. Highest, 78. ' Lowest,' 65. . Mean, 72. Normal, 72. Mean same date last year, C2. Accumulated deficiency this year to date, 201. - . Highest of record, for May, 93 de grees. ' -. Lowest of record for May, 44 degrees.- " ' - Rainfall. For 24 hours ending 7 p. m., .0. , Total for this month to 1 p. m., .0 Normal for May, 2.68 inches. Accumulated excess this year to dote. 15.94. - - H umidity. 8 a. m., 69. 1 p. m., 60. 8 p. m., 73. Barometer. 7 a. m., 30.04. 7 p. m.. 30.04. UON'T ttU 3 W O.THA CIVC MB YOU&. S1 tUIFC TO So H MON5NT To Purify and Enrich the Blood Take GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC which is simply IRON and QUININE suspended io , Syrup. So Pleasant Even Children Like It. You can soon feel its Strengthening, In vigorating Effect. Price 0c Adv. GILFILLAN S COTT PIANO One Lesson Week. Four Dollars a Month At Pupil's Residence Clutter Music House. .-' Phone 15 Special Facilities for Out-of-Town Pupils. SPRING GARDEN MARKET CHOICE WESTERN MEATS GREEN GROCERS AND FAMILY GROCERIES Corner Garden and Spring. Quick Delivery. Phone 34 ji i ii ii in i nun, w Jli. j JJlj JMi. ; A MISTAKE MADE BY MANY. Don't wait -for rheumatism to indi cate diseased kidneys. When you suf fer pains and aches by day and sleep disturbing bladder Weakness by night, feel tired, nervous and run down, the kidneys and bladder should be re stored to healthy, strong and regular action. It is a mistake to postpone tratment. Foley Kidney Pills put the kidneys in sound, healthy condition and keep them " active and strong. Begin taking today. Good results fol low the first dose. Sold everywhere. Adv. " - ' - FRIDAY WAS BAD DAY FOR 13 MEN ON SUB CHASER ' Charleston, S. C, May 2. Thirteen members of the local fire department, including Chief Louis Behrens, 'and three naval men, were injured by the explosion of a gasoline tank . aboard submarine chaser No. 58, during a fire. The firemen were taken to a hospital where they were found to be suffer ing from various injuries, mostly con fined to bruises caused by flying de bris. The naval men Injured were Ensign Martin, commander of the ves sel, and two seamen. The firemen were fighting a blaze in the engine room of the little vessel when the tank exploded. The chaser was burned to the water's edge. 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. . M KS. CVS fceTTr MY ANVD TWO OPTHf KIDS AK, ET X3f--V ..TO Triwfl Z CN STAY ONtV A I A MOM5k4T ARTESIAN WELLS ARTESIAN WELLS Will put 14 weua - 4 to 20 inches diameter, any depth and guarantee water. Write for full Informa tion. Gray Artesian Well Co.. P. Q. Box 1077 or Phone 4. lt cola to engage in'business in Mobile. rso succesosr to Mr. Eggart has yet been appointed, the only name suggest ed so far being that of J. O. Walkrr. present city clerk, who was appointee temporarily when Clerk Leop Heinber was called intn rmv servlp bvcfi months ago. " Mr. Heinberg, who return- 1 - - anaa aim uiu just ueen mu- i tered out; will assume the duties as clerk I within a short time, it is expected. f mm imtetsnosj 6 Bell-anjs Hot water, Sure Relief ' fOR 1NOIGESTIOM. AMERICA'S WAR EXPENSES ARE . STILL GOING UP Washington, May 2. Nearly six months after the signing of the arm istice, America's war expenses are not only continuing without abatement, but actually are Increasing over those of the past few months. It was shown today by a treasury report of govern -tnent outlays for April, amounting to approximately $1,420,000,000, of which about twq-thirds . went to pay th nation's direct war bills and one-third went to the allies to enable them to pay obligations incurred In this coun try heretofore for war materials and food stuffs. The gradual mounting of war ex penses from month, to month, following the big drop from around $2,000,000,000 a month last December and January, to $1,1S9,000,000 in February, was cited by treasury officials as a very sub stantial reason why the Victory Lib erty loan must be generously sub scribed. The increase in the last two months is attributed to the gradual settling of manufacturers' accounts by the war department, and by the higher demand of the allies for credits with which to pay bills previously incurred in this country. The tremendous outlays in April raised the United States' actual ex penditures since the 'nation entered the war a little more than two years ago to about 130,500,000. About $9,000,000 of this has gone to the allies and will be repaid eventually. With out war the government's expenses probably would not have been more than $3,000,000,000 in the two years, officials believe. Paris. May 2. All German rights at Kiao Chau and in Shantung province are to be transferred without reserve toJapan, according to an agreement reached today by the council of three. Japan voluntarily engages to hand back Shantung province in full sov ereignty to China, retaining only the economic privileges granted Germany and the right to establish a. settle ment at Tsing Tao, south of Kiao Chau. The American delegation to the peace . conference regards this agree ment as the best possible solution of the far eastern problem to be obtained without risking a break similar to that which resulted in the Italian delega tion leaving Paris. Confidence is felt' that the League of Nations, Which will have control over the future relations between Japan and China, and which will guarantee the future territorial integrity and independence of China, will be sufficiently strong to eafegaurd Chinese interests and insure the re turn of all China's rights in the Shan tung province. President "Wilson and Premiers Lloyd George and Clemenceau are all espec ially eager for the withdral of the al lied troops from all enemy colonies and are confident that the League of Nations can speedily solve pending dis putes when military pressure is elim inated. 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