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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRTD AY MORNING, MAY 9, 1919.
10 Smart Furnishings and Clothes for Boys W have the same regard for boy's fixings, as we have for Father's. New Clothes, Shirts, Blouses, Neck wear, Stockings and Underwear are Blocked just as though our entire vol ume of business depended on the boys' trade. ; If not convenient to call, send the boy, we will take care of him. v. lJ Simply Irresisfable - PATRON IZ: THE , AUNG DRY CLEANING PRESSING Phona 312. . MORRIS BROS. LADIES READY-TO-WEAR GENTS' FURNISHINGS ALL NEW STOCK Belmont and Devilliers Streets C. J. JOHNSON 121 EAST WRIGHT STREET Dealer in . BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES Agents for Iver Johnson Bicycles Watch for: Sunday Ad The Banking & Sayings Trust Company TH UPTOWN BANK General Banking Oaxy Trust Company to Wcst WE BUY AND SELL BONDS On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywhere Let Us Renovate Your Old Mattress. Pensacola Mattress Co. 940-948 E. Romana St, Phone 1515. 20 5s. PALAFOX or. -BETTER CLOTHES" F !TTgT B! uwiwyw, ' i - " ' ' ggj ' .mwmwwnm mm m.mmun u.. .,.jph i , ., , , gj ' i i ; ' r' 2 . ..,..L " j:l ' The Pastime Theatre PHONE 66. Today Thru Saturday Harry Feldman's , Yankee Doodle Girls in Epitome of Minstrelsy" Songs Specialties Dances COTTAGE Hill SCHOOL OPPOSES CONSOLIDATION SCHOOL BOARD IS PROCEEDING CAUTIOUSLY ALONG LINE LOOKING FOR UNION WHERE POSSIBLE. At the joint meeting of the natrons of the Cottage Hill school anJ the school board Tuesday night at the shool house, the patrons decided em phatically against the consolidation of their school with the James M. Tate Agricultural School at Gonzalez, and the chairman of the board. Judge E. D. Beggs, stated to a Journal representa tive that the board will comply with their wishes. The board looked at a prospective site for a new building for tho Cot tage Hill school, and will take up the matter of the new building later. Chairman Beggs declared. He stated that the attendence of the patrons at. FEEL1HC BLUE LIVEB uzr TAKE fl CRLOTflB Wonderful How Young and En ergetic You Feel After Taking This Delightful Nausealess Calomel. 1 If you have not tried Calotabs you have a delightful surprise awaiting you The wonderful liver-cleansing and system-purifying properties of calo mel may now be enjoyed without the slightest unpleasantness, for Calotabs are calomel with the liver benefits left in and the sting taken out. A Calotab at bedtime with a swallow of water, that's all. , No taste, no nau sea, no ' salts, nor the slightest un pleasantness after-effects. You wake up in the morning feeling fine. Tour liver is clean, your system is purl fied, your appetite hearty. Eat what you wish, ho danger, and no risk of salivation. The nevt time you feel lazy, mean, nervous, blue or discour aged give your liver a thorough cleans ing with a Calotab. They are so delightful and effective that your drug gist is authorized to refund the price as a guarantee that you will be de lighted. For your protection, Calotabs are sold only in original, sealed packages, price thirty-five cents. At all drug stores.-(adv.) High We have secured the services of Mr. C. Kenton, an expert shoemaker, to take charge of our Shoe Repair Shop. Mr. Kenton is not merely a "SHOE COBBLER", but a "SHOE MAKER," having been schooled in the best shoe factories in America, and we will app reciate an opportunity to show you the class of work hi is doing. Our shop is fully equipped with the most modern ma chines, including the GOODYEAR STITCHER, and we use only the BEST grade of materials. Below we quote you a few prrices: Men's Wholesoles, Neolin or leather, rubber or leather heels, 2.50. Half Soles, sewed, 1.25. Half Soles, nailed, $1.00. Rubber Heels, 50e. Women's Half Soles, nailed, 85c Sewed, $1.10. Rubber Heels, 40c. Anns The Liberty Theatre Today Thru Saturday. Charles Richard's Modern Maids in "A College Widow" Biggest Beauty Chorus the meeting was large and the discuss ion very thorough, he people ex pressed themselves as feeling that they have a most excellent teacher, and that their town will grow. A verv creditable croeram of enter tainment, arranged by the teacher, was rendered just before the discus sion, so that the meeting lasted till a late hour. The entire school board, consisting, besides Chairman Beggs, of Superintendent A. S. Edwards. J. H. Pace and L. S. Gilmore, attended the conference. The board is making an earnest ef fort to bring about such consolidation as local conditions will permit throughout the country. The result of the Cottage Hill meeting shows with what care they are proceeding. EX-SERVICE MEN TO DANCE AT ARMY POST TONIGHT This is the night when all the ex service men in Pensacola and vicinity are invited to attend the war camp community Bervice ball at Fort Bar rancas. The dance will be held in the open air pavilion and the Fort Bar rancas band will furnish music. Invi tations have been distributed and will serve as passes to the reservation. ' The steamer Falcon, with a capacity of one hundred and fifty persons, will leave Palafox wharf promptly at 7:30 O'clock. The following ex-army and navy surgeons and their wives will adt as chaperones: . Drs. Kennedy, Hutch inson, Quina, Hargis, Lltchkoff and Brink. Should the weather be inclem ent the post exchange will be in readi ness and all are to come, rain or shine. SHIP CARPENTERS PROTEST ACTION OF COMMISSIONERS The Ship Carpenters' and Caulkers' Local, in a regular meeting last night adapted strong resolutions protesting against the "action of the city com missioners in putting obstacles in the way of the Texas Oil company," with reference to the construction of a ma mine terminal here. The complaint of the carpenters is that the city commissioners may fores the Texas compan to abandon its pro ect here, which would result in great loss to this port. FLORIDA MILK CLUBS COMPETE FOR CASH PRIZE Florida counties having milk clubs or ganized for increasing production of milk in competition for the F. C. Uroover cash prices, totaling $450.00: Baker, 5 members; Citrus, 8; Duval, 23; Escambia, 6; Hernando, 15; Hillsborough, 10; Jackson,- 24; Jeffersn, 6; Lake, 18; Madison, 11; Manatee, 8; Marion, 11; 'Grange, IS; Osceola, 11; Polk, 6; Putnam, S; St. Johns, 18; St. Lucie, 13; Santa Uosa, 11; Suwanee, 5; Walton, 9; Wash ington, 7. Total . 22 county clubs. 23 members. It your county has no milk club, why (not? Write Miss May Morse, State Dairy Specialist, Tallahassee, Fla. Class Shoe os Shoe. Brent Building, 19 South Palafox LABORUNIOKS ARE OPPOSED TO HEALTH CUT The Central Trades and Labor Council has adopted strong resolutions opposing the proposed reduction by the legislature of the annnal appropriation for maintenance of the work of the state board of health and ordered copies to be sent to leading legislators at Tallahassee, and to the newspapers of the city, for publication. The argument made by the union workers to justify their appeal is that the poorer classes of people are more dependent than are the more well-to-do on the government for the pro tection of their health and that money spent for such purposes is of benefit to a greater number of people than moneys spent in most other directions. The resolutions, as signed by the union officials, are printed herewith: Whereas, The laboring people are not directly benefited by many of the projects for which the legislature has made liberal appropriations, and ; Whereas, We believe that the work ing people and all people of the poorer classes are more directly benefited by the activities looking toward the pre vention of diseases and the conserva tion of human life and health, and Whereas, We believe that the reduc tion of the state board of health fund would operate to the direct injury of the people who must depend upon their labor for the support of them selves and their families; and being aware that contagious diseases spread most rapidly among the poor and be lieving that the preventive measures adopted by the. officials of the state board of health in the past have in a great measure prevented much sick ness among the laboring people, and all classes of our citizens and have saved them thousands of dollars. "Therefore, Be It Resolved by the Pensacola Trades and Labor Council, representing the many thousands of workers of Pensacola and Escambia county and vicinity, That: We go on record as being unalterably opposed to any reduction in the state board of health funds, and that we most earnestly urge the members of the house of representatives of the legis lature to - oppose the senate bill now pending in the house which proposes to reduce the funds of the state board of health.' Be It Further Resolved: That a copy of this resolution be sent to our repre sentative in the legislature, to Hon. George W. Wilder, speaker of the house; to Hon. A. C. Hamblin, chair man of the house committee on public health, and to the governor, and that a copy be given to the local news papers for publication. ,. .- Adopted by the Pensacola Trades and Labor Council this, the 8 th day of May, 1919. (Signed) H. S. KIELEY. President. WM. V. M'NEIR. Secretary. AMERICA PAYS LIBERTY LOAN INTEREST SOON May 15 is again pay day in the United States, $78,000,000 in Interest on Liberty bonds being due and payable on th.it date. - t If every bond-holder clips his coupons and exchanges them for May War Sav ings stamps at the post office or bank this sum will grow to $93,000,000 in 1924. Every $4.16 in War Savings stamps will grow to $5.00. Keep your dollars grow ing. - Sterns Street. Repairing) West Garden Street IT CO OD A V AND TOMORROW DOORS OPEN 1.45 P. M. 1st SHOW at 2 P. M. Starting thereafter on the even hour CONTINUOUS . 25 c and S War Tax Included MISS JEANE DUNAWAY PLEASED AUDIENCE WITH ORIGINALITY In her isterpretation of Judy Abbott, in her presentation last night of Daddy Long Legs, Miss Hetty' Jane Duna way interjected into both' the text and the plot of Jean Webster's charming story - much of which was foreign to the book. That her portrayal of the gifted young orphan girl was original and pleasing to "her audience made up, however, for the many liberties she took with this delightful story, which is considered almost a classic, and the tender imagery and quaint humor of which has" sent its message to the hearts of many who love children. Miss Dunaway, in "her Introduction, told the story of Judy. Abbott briefly, and the eight acts were featured by change of costume and the intersper Sion of musical numbers by Miss Car ter. ' -' It is to.be doubted if,; in adding to or taking from book ' Or play, the text or plot are greatly improved, and those of the audience who loved the book for its atmosphere and who found the play satisfying, in that it so closely followed the book, may have felt that Miss Dunaway's sketch, with its introduction of , songs and its di vergence from the accepted type of Judy In Jean Webstre's was a bit dis appointing. But there was much of humor, well presented, and several scenes which saved the role of Judy from being oth er than delightful. The pictures of the John Crier Home and the orphans, and Judy and. her college mates, were cleverly presented, and Miss Dunaway told her story in , such : a way as to make it clear and pleasing, even though one felt that she might-have done well had she left Judy as her creator intended her to be and not attempted to Improve upon the original. , ... v " Mr" :; ! Auspices Retail Clerk's Union Local 259 Union OrchestraFor Vorthy Cause Anderson Douglas Jazz Band ?Tiie Qiriyte, Stscyed IJionie . - - t ' POSITIVELY HIS " ; LATEST AND BEST igtil' PRODUCTION " What Did SHE Do? IN FRANCE? Can the Parisienne, famed for her frivolity, face her poilu when he comes back with a story of what SHE did that will bring joy to his heart? IN AMERICA? What sort of a story will Cutie Beautiful, the cabaret girl tell HIM to make him love her more than the day he left? D. W. Griffith's great story of the home-coming tells it all. It takes you through trenches defended by women's souls " and answers the question of the moment, "Did they win the great fight against temp tation while HE was gone?" ill TODAY ELMO LINCOLN Enid Markey and Cleo Madison in "The ROMANCE of TARZAN" " More Thrilling that "Tarzan of the Apes." "SCARED STIFF" is a humorous LYONS-MORAX COMEDY TOMORROW- -EDDIE POLO P.H. S. MINSTREL PROVED TO BE A BIG SUCCESS The black-face minstrel show held pt the High School auditorium last' night, and scheduled to appear again tonight, was one of the most successful perform ances given here . in a long time. The show was given by . the High School cadets, the proceeds being divided equally between that organization and the Senior class. .Professor Tyler presented the program which was in five parts: a regular min strel show, a v male quartet, a special number entitled "A Pair" of Pants." a farce called "A Nigger Night School," and a sketch, "The Funeral of John Bar leycorn." The performance was well attended and the players were applauded fre quently and vigorously. Professor Tyler and his assistants deserve a great deal of credit. George Oliver and Oliver Williams, as end men were excellent and the other minstrels carried their parts well. They were Rufus Britt, Jack Brown. Harry Howland, Henry ; Hudson. McHenry Jones, Jack Kehoe, Stephen Klein, Wal lace Purdy, Sam Roseneau, Monroe Smith, Sig Solomon and Earl WestmarK. Arthur Bowman proved an excellent in terlocutor. . ; 'A feature of this part of the perform ance was 'The High School Blues," sung by the composer, McHenry Jones. Henry Hudson, Powell IJndgren, "Wal lace Purdy and Graham White were good In their quartet numbers. The minstrel end-men, Oliver Williams and George Oliver, with Henry Hudson, 2 Fans " SPECIAL MUSICAL SYNCHRONIZATION BY GRAND AUGMENTED ISIS Orchestra UNDER THE DIKECTION ' OF PROF. A. C. REILLY Clarlne Seymora George Fawcett 9 Robert Harron Carol Dempster TO ISIS . PATRONS: I have had the pleas ure of seeing this pic ture, ana recommend it as one of Griffith's best. J. A. Jones, Mgr. "THE LURE OF THE CIRCUS" presented an amusing musical specialty called "A Pair of Pants." One of the funiest numbers on ths program was the "Nigger Night School presented by Rufus Britt, Stephen Klein Monroe Smith, Sig Solomon and Earl Westmark. Especially appropriate as a closin? number was the musical finale, "Te Funeral of John Barleycorn," in "hicn the whole cast participated. A second performance of the min strels will be held tonight. FOR BRONCHITIS A Coal Miner Thinks There i No Remedy Like Vinol. 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