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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, lglg.
10 Genuine Cordovan OXFORD English Pattern, Low Heel Price $12.00 You know how cost of leather, material and everything1 have gone up ; if you want to see how we've been able to keep the price down on this one, come take a look. open v iplyi Irresistahh In n PRY CLEANING PRESSING Phone SEE C. J. JOHNSON 121 EAST WRIGHT STREET BICYCLES AND"sUPPIJES Agents for Iver Johnson Bicycles Watch for Sunday Ad CJT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose -with 6c and mall It to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield . Ave.. Chlcagro. HL, writing your name and address clearly. You will recele in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound for coughs, colds and croup: Foley Kidney, Pills for pain In sides and back: rheumatism, backache, kidney and bladder ailments: and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing . cathartic, for constipation, biliousness, headache, . and ' slug&ish bowels. Sold everywhere. Adv. BAYM7PARK IS ROW FAMILY PICNIC AND OTHER OUT ING PARTIES ARE URGED TO AVAIL ADVANTAGES OF CITY PLAYGROUND. - Bayview park, under the manage ment and personal supervision of Su perintendent Georgre Stage, is now open for the summer season. Mayor Frank D. Sanders announced yesterday. AU the equpiment of the park has been thoroughly overhauled and put in first class condition for the spring and summer season. This Includes the benches, swings and sea-saws as well as the pavillion itself and the boats. As' is generally known, the park is kept open all the year round, though the special outdoor features are main tained only during the spring and sum mer. Especial plans have been made for the accommodation of family picnic parties and children may go out and spend several hours or the day with a feeling of assurance on the part of the parents that they will be looked after with every precaution to safety, stated Mayor Sanders, who is anxious that the people of the city avail the advantages of the park as an outing place. Free use of the park facilities is ex tended to all and these include ample table room for dinner spreads. The welfare of children and in fact all picinc and outing parties will be per sonally looked after by Mr. Stage. Drinking water will be supplied and every other means possible will pre vail to insure the pleasure of people at the park. A little later Mayor Sanders says It is hoped that arrangements for free concerts at least once a week may be provided and it is understood that through the summer season the weekly War Camp Community Service sings will be held at- the park. It is the announced intention of the city authorities to make the park one of the most .attractive public play grounds and most ideal outing place possible. BRIEFS. sasssss: a NEWS LOCAL. NEWS BRIEFS . The Chamber of Commerce is en deavoring to have the Gulf -Atlantic highway routed through "West Florida, to connect with Pensacola. The Rotary club is also Interested in the move. Jake White, a negro, claims to have lost $250 Sunday night and accused May Gulley, also colored, of the theft. The accused was not found guilty of the theft but is held as a suspicious character. The tug. Sea King, with the barge Jackson and Teddy arrived in port yesterday from Cuban points, light. J: : The Colored Odd Fellows of Florida will hold a convention in Pensacola today. . The Dorcas society of the Knox Pres byterian Church will give a pie sup ter at the church at 7:30 o'clock this evening. Pie, coffee, cake and cream will be served. ice PHONEMTES IS HELD UP JUDGE SHEPPARD ISSUES RE STRAINING ORDER FORBIDDING RAISE AS PROPOSED BY SOUTH ERN BELL. An automobile truck driven by "W. O. Mattlngly, . of McDavid, Fla, was struck by street car number 45 on Palafox street yesterday afternoon at 12:45 though no one was injured. Thn car was damaged; The accident was invintieratfd hv Officer Roberts, who reported It as unavoidable. Because of a leak; a , large portion o. acargo of 580,000 feet of lumber loaded ton the new schooner, Santa Rosa, for Sweden had to be discharged. The leak will be repaired and the vessel made ready for the trans-Atlantic trip, which will be her maiden voyage. ' 666 quickly relieves Constipa tion, Biliousness, Loss of Appe tite and Headaches, due to Tor pid Liver. adv. TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT PLANES ARE DECORATED PIER LABORERS GET 8-HOUR DAY IN CANAL ZONE Panama, May 5. Lieutenant Colonel Chester Harding, governor of the canal zone, has established an eight hour day for pier laborers at Christobal. This has been done without any change in the pay of American employes who work on a monthly basis. "West Indian : laborers who work on an hourly basis refused to wrok this morning, being under the impression their pay was reduced. They were assured their .wages would be increased from 17 'to 19 cents per hour which would be ufflcient to give them the same com pensation for an 8-hour day as they have received for working nine hours. They are expected to return to work tomorrow. . . Little work was done today, in mov ing cargoes but no further delay is Anticipated. New York, May a The Stars and Strikes and the navy pennant were formally hoisted today on the three giant seaplanes which are tuning up at Rockaway Beach for th navy's trans Atlantic flight, and the flying boats were placed in commission with the same ceremonies accorded a ship of the line. The crews of the three machines, NC-1, NC-3 and NC-4, eighteen men In all, lined up in front of the hangar and heard read a formal message from Franklin D. Roosevelt, acting secre tary of the navy, ordering Commander H. Towers, of the NC Feaplane No. 1 division, to receive the aircraft. A bugler sounded "to the colors" as the national emblem was hoisted on the rails of the planes. Captain Powers Symington, chief of staff to the commandant of the third naval district, expressed confidence today that the British flyers at St. Johns would win trans-Atlantic honors. When Roebuck Kelly, a negro, bor rowed another negro's car to go out joy riding Sunday and burned out the battery, he immediately promised to get him another at once. He found just the battery he needed at the Pen sacola Buggy Works, which " he ap propriated while no one was thought to have been looking, getting away without a tender of cash or other com pensation, it is alleged, and now he is held at the city jail charged with lar ceny. He was arrested by Capt. Har per of . the police department, who also recored the battery. Judge Sheppard in the United States court yesterday morning issued a re straining order forbidding the tele phone companies of this state to In crease their rates. The order of Judge Sheppard restrains the companies from putting into effect " the increases di rected recently by Postmaster General Burleson. '- ; ' The telephone companies have been ordered to give bond that their sub scribers will be re-imbursed, provided the so-called "Dakota case," now be for the IT. S. Supreme court, Is decided against the increase. DE The case was brought before Judge Sheppard ' by the Florida Railroad commission acting on their own pro test and that of other municipalities and communities that would have been affected by the raise .including Pensa cola. The decision is meeting: with practically - unanimous approval here. The order issued by the court in the case applies to ' all points within this federal district. . V MEN OF TORPEDO BOAT STROYERS GUESTS AT DELIGHTFUL DANCE. The men of the two torpedo boat destroyers, Ammen and Bealle, and 'a number of Pensacola ladles' were guests at a delightful dance given in their honor by the war camp community service at the San Carlos last even-- mg. About two hundred and fifty guests were present and the hall was elaborately decorated with code flags and insignlas from the boats through the courtesy of their respective cap tains, Goodhue and Hinckley. Music for the occasion was furnished by O'Brein ; Motta's orchestra. Chaperones for the evening: were Mrs. J. C. Dunham, Mrs. W. JC Hyer. Mrs. Henry Hyer, Mrs. Max L. Bear, Mrs. Walker Ingraham and Miss Eliz abeth Adams. The destroyers -"leave today for Tampa, Fla. 1 . We are proud of the confi dence doctors, druggists and the public have in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic adv. Mr. J. W. Ronnlof, C. M. M., U. S. A., of Warington, returned home Sunday from overseas duty. Mr. Ronnlof was stationed on the IT. . S. S. Carolina during the war, , which, in transport ing' soldiers for overseas duty and In bringing them home again, broke her own record. Mr. Ronnlof has been placed on the naval fleet reserve list after having been in the Service for twenty years. FRIDAY SATURDAY ; D. W. GRIFFITH'S LATEST PRODUCTION THE GIRL WHO STAYED AT HOME" -i Special Musical Score -By Grand Isis Orchastra Augmented Direction A. C. Reilly. "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS You can buy cheap extracts but they cost more in the end. It pays to alwaysjuse Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon. "Best and takes less." r . AFTER EFFECTS OF FLU" LEAVE " SYSTEM BADLY SHATTERED Friends are extndlng a most royal welcome home to Major Paul Crank. U. S. A., who arrived in the city yes terday morning after a year's oversea duty. Major Crank, who has been in the. service for about two years, was transferred from the artillery to the Fifth division, regulars, of the in fantry, and was commissioned from tho ranks. One who very cordially greeted Major Crank on his arival was hi3 son. Major Paul W. Crank, Jr., who arrived during his absence. Major Crank will spend a fifteen days' leave before going to Camp Gordon, near Atlanta, Ga. where he is stationed. If you have been through a siege of the flu, you know the severe strain which this disease puts on the sys tem. The body is left sore, the ner vous system is all out of gear, and it seems that you will never get back your old-time health and strength. Just because you have been for tunate enough to survive the ravages of the flue, do not make the common mistake of thinking that you are out of danger. You must guard your health now more carefully than ever, and take every precaution. - First of all, you must build back your strength. In your present weakened condition, any trifling ailment will likely provo serious. ... Right now a few, bottles of S. S. S. will prove a great value.. This splen did tonic and purifier so thoroughly cleanses the blood of all impurities, that the appetite Is improved and new life and vigor is added to the entire system. Do not delay the important work of getting back your strength. but get a bottle of S. S. S. from your druggist today. .- Free medical advice can be had by writing to Chief Medical Adviser, Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Adv.- JUST TODAY Saenger Amuse Co. Presents DOROTHY GISH in I. "RfinTs"; i .1.1 ( Lots of peopie vn money in their boots but who ever thought that romance, thrills and intrigue could be i found in them? See what Dorothy Gish's boots hold. HOUDINI. THE HANDCUFF KING i in "THE CHALLENGE," a thrilling i chapter of "The MASTER MYSTERY" ISIS SEMI-WEEKLY LIVE WIRE ' NEWS. 10c -20c Plus Tax Tomorrow Thru Thurs. :LARA KIMBALL YOUNG in "ROAD THRU THE DARK" A story of the Early Stages of the War. CHESTER CONKLIN in "THE VILLAGE SMITHY" Mack Sennett Comedy Garden CHILDREN U M Should not be "dosed" v VZJ for colds apply the The Basking & Sayings Trust Company THE UPTOWN BANK General B&nMnir . Oar Trsst Company in Wot - . nana; WE BUY AND fclELL, BONDS LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS: Louisiana Mississippi River Passes Southwest Pass Channel Gas Buoy, 13, relighted April 29, having been found extinguished. This buoy Is now showing a fixed light, the occulting mechanism being out of order; regular characteristic will be restored as soon as practicable. C. & G. S. Charts Nos. 19 and 194. Light List, Atlantic Coast, 1919, p. 354, No. 2078. Buoy List, 8th District, 1918, p. 36. Coast Pilot, Section E, 1916, pp. 112, 113. By order of the commissioner of lighthouses. B. B. DORRT, Superintendent of Lighthouses. Mrs.' J. B. Perkins will leave soon for Hopkinsvllle, Ky., her former home, where she will spend some time in the recuperation of her health. Mr. Per kins will remain in Pensacola. join ing his wife at a later date, and friends will be glad to know that there is a probability of the family continuing to make their homed in Pensacola. Mr. Perkins who, owing to the ill ness of Mrs. Perkins, contemplated sending in his resignation as Unit ed States Marshall, has been urged by the department at .Washington to con tinue his duties here, and friends made during a long residence are hopeful that he may remain. Mrs. Perkins wil leave some time Curing the month for her old home. in Kentucky, where she will remain until her health : is restored, which her friends sincerely hope may be at any early date. wihphw Cyijw tl'' 'jf1 ' ammzmm9sm" ARROW fRQT l24ILOl(ED soft COLLARS FIT WELL WASH EASILY Clwtt, Peabodyf Co., fnc, Troy, N. Y. The HERBERT-WATKINS PRINTING CO. R. D. LaMont, Mgr. The kind of printing you want, delivered when promised Phone 931. 110-112 West Intendencia Street heatre Thursday, Friday. Saturday MAY 8, 9 and 10 MATINEES DAILY AT Z :30 P. M.; NIGHTS 8 P. M. THE TALK OF THE TOWN thearts of the world" is more than a picture play; it is a world drama; it goes straight, ' fTOTHE HEART IT IS THIS HUMAN QUALITKTHATv ' .MAXES'HEARTS OF,THE4WORLD'AS bio as MANKINDJ7 - ... CHABIES DARNTON HYEi& World frASCVEETEST, LOVE STORY ie&TOLO. IT IT-Li SI ! .-r -"t 1 i C r Thursday Grand Triple Program- In addition to our Excellent Program of Wednesday we will show FinTTflT .AS TPA TRTS A "NTT ft knocking mj y vj-mjj. m. xuxvii.&xiA.Mi KNOCKERS" Then came the time m wnen sne na.u 10 ue ECf ith DCrrOW&Cl to A clde Poverty or hon 7f W n or? This is a pic ture that created . a tremendous sensa tion Just a few years ago. -TODAY We Present SESSUE HAYAKAWA Co-Starriner with TOMORROW R EX BEACH'S "THE BRAND" C7 it JSUPREMECTRIUMPHl i "W ft I it 11 1 t m . r x in UL I) LdLJ OneMillionRght i i ft i .A it. 1 1 1 n& meti) ABO OQJ M (U C ARE YOU A BOOKEEPER? Have you noticed how the glare from the electric lights and the reflection from the paper tire your eyes? Have our lenses made of "Crookes" glass. "Crookes" have given others relief, why should you not have comfort? JEWELER AND OPTICIAN The Home of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Street. life OsF Superb ltetyThousandHorsesW ;f Musical Score f m esar4 T erv7 - i rieeisorzeppeiins i f? iThe Destnictioa of.Cities. The.ChaigejifheTanki by the Company's Own New York Symphony Orchestra of 15 The Greatest Sensation Ever Scored in the Realm of Silent Drama. Better than "A BIRTH OF A NATION" 24 reels, 2 hours and 45 minutes of thrills. PRICES Matinees 55c-$1.10; Nights $1.10-$1.65 (Wrar Tax Paid). Seats on sale at Box Office. Mail or phone orders will receive prompt attention. USE YOUR CREDIT WHEN YOU NEED FURNITURE Pay as convenient, a little each month. We do not rush you. ' . The pretty new things are soon paid for. The pay ments are hardly felt. Try it once and never again will you pay cash in advance. We want you as a customer always. So we are bound to see that every deal is more than satisfactory. We leave all to you. ; T. E. Williams Furniture Co. 90 East Wright Street. Phone 1995 Let Us RenovAte Your Old Mattress. Pensacola Mattress Co. 940-948 E. Romana St. Phone 1515. We Furnish the Home Complete PEAKE ELECTRIC CO.MPANY. The Home of Exide Battery Service. 30 S. Palafox. Phone 343. BIG BARGAINS IN SHOES Canadian Shoe Store 516 N. Devilliers. Phone 113j MORRIS BROS. LADIES READY - TO - WEAB GENTS' FURNISHINGS AT.T. NEW STOCK Belmont and Devilliers Street . I I I I - ' . I " "' mi. ...niTii i.m .I... s rnrrmnTrAirnrmrM rM.TTsnnrn ttw Cleyssn AanEOBGaDErOGDEnni Aodersoo Douglas Jazz Band PRIZE FOR GENTLEMEN $6.00 BOX MEDICATION CIGARS PRIZE FOR LADIES, PAIR $6K SHOES OR HOSE. GENTLEMEN 50c. Ladies 25c If