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THE PENSACOLA -TOTTRM AT.. MONDAY MORNING. MAY 12, 1919.
O.E.S. BACKS SALVAEOISTS 1 BIG DRIVE The official endorsement of the Order f the Eastern Star of Georgia, enroling t.ooo women and the guaranteed backing if the order in t3 Salvation Army Home Service Fund campaign for 13,000,000. is ?iven by Mrs. Winifred McConnell. grand worthy matron of the Eastern Star, in a (statement iseued by her Just before start ing, from Savannah for a tour of the state in the Interest of the campaign. "f feel confident in asking for tho support of our women in tnis movement," paid Mrs. McConnell, "and it is proper to say at this moment that we are pledging the order of the Eastern Star to contribute to all work of this kind. "The Salvation army has done so much good to every community I feel every confidence in pledging the support of my own organization. "I hope and trust they will all feci the importance of acting promptly anJ generously. Every community owes a great deal to the Salvation arm and none more than the cities where the influence of their work reaches many cases that are withdrawn from churches and or ganized charities. "The Eastern Star is trusting to secure the entire co-operation of its ninety feven chapters in the state of Georgia lo get funds to equip and provide' for the continuance of this sort of work. So many efforts must be made to meet tho demands on society as the direct result of the war and the unsettling of busi ness. "it would pjease me if members of my order who readthis interview would take it as a statement 'of our position ana r.;ake- every efrort to assist county com mittees and organizers appointed for tha Salvation army fund. "I never have believed." continued Mrs. McConnell, "the Salvation army re ceived recognition that was its due, in acknowledgement of the work they have done unselfishly in the past and are con tinuing at the present moment. "Members of the Salvation army have r.one to the front with the boys and fed them and made doughnuts for them and shared their "angers and privations." U. S. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS TO BE HELD SOON LOCAL RELATIVES OF FLYERS WATCH BIG UNDERTAKING News that the NC-1, with Its crew had safe finished the second lap of the coastal flight from Rockaway Beach to Newfoundland, was received in the city yesterday with much in terest by relatives of Lt. B. Rhodes, reserve pilot on the big: machine. Mr. Rhodes, like most of the others in the trans-Atlantic flight undertak ing, are well known in Pensacola, they having received most of their training at the local naval air station. Mr. Rhodes married a Pensacola girl. Miss , Ernestine Jeudevine, who is now re siding at Rockaway Beach. The secretary of the Fifth United States Civil Service district, Atlanta, Ga announces the following exami nations. Application blanks and addi tional information concerning them may be obtained from the Local Civil Service board at any first or second class postofflce, the secretary. Fifth Civil Service district. Post Office Bldg, Atlanta, Ga., or from the Civil Service commission, Washington. T. C. , Consulting Physiologist (Male). June 3, 1919. $10 per diem. Age 21 or over, App. 2118. Leatherworker (Male). June 3. 1913. $3.75 per diem. Age 20 or over. App. 1S00. Placement Assistant (Male). June 2, 1919. $1500-$2400. Age 25 to 50. 4.pp 2118. . . . s . Wireless Engineer (Male)." June 10, 1919. $3000. Age 24 to 40. App, B. I. A. 2. , , . Assistant . to Medical Director (Male). June 3, 1919. $2000. Age 25 to 45. App. 2118. Assistant Epidemiologist (Male). Jnue 3, 1919. $2000-12500. Ages 23 to 40. App. 2118. Investigator in Wool Warehousing (Male). June 3, 1919. $2200-$3000. Age 25 to 45. App. 2118. Calculating-Machine Operator (Male and Female). $900-$1200. App. 304. Operative (Male and Female). $720- $1000. App. 304. Statistical Clerk (Male and Female) $900-$1400. App. 13'2. May 21, June 18, July 23, August 20. 1919. Age 18 or over. Ceramic Assistant (Male. $1200 $1500. App. 1312. Physician (Male). Panama Canal Service. June 18, 1919. $150 to $300 a month. Applicants must be unmar ried. Age 22 to 31. App. 1312. Assistant in the Office of Information (Male and Female). June 10, 1919. $1800-$2760. Age 25 to 40. App. 2118. Laboratory Aid and Technical Clerk (Male and Female). $840 to $1500. Age 19 to 45. App. 13-12. Mining Accountant (Male). June 10, 1919. $2400-$6000. Age under 60. App. 2118. . , Scientific Assistant in Marketing (Male and Female). June 4-5, 1919. $1200-$2000. Age 20 or over. App. 1312. Investigator Jn Cooperative Organi zation (Male). June 10, 1919. $2,000 $2750. Age 25 to 50. App. 2118. Superintendent (Male). $1600-$2400. Age 20 to 55. Overseer (Male). Age 20 to 60. $1500-$2000. Mill Hand (Male) $1200-$1800. Age 18 to 35. June 17, 1919. Textile manufacture. App. 2118. Lithographer (Male). June 10, 1919, $1200. Age 20 or over. App. 304. ' Preparator in Mematology (Male and Female). June 18, 1919. ..660 $1000. Age 18 or over. App. 304. Food and Drug Inspector (Male). June 18, 1919. $1400. Age 20 to 45. App. 1312. Preparator in Entomology (Male) 7 v ORE THROAT or Tonsffitis, gargle with warm salt water,' then apply iVAP YOUft BODYGUARD" - 30 60. feci Mm mm 20 an Female). June 4-5. July 9-10, August 6-7, 1919, $720-$900. Age IS or over. App. 334. Laboratory Aid and Field Assistant in Crop Acclimatization (Male). ,June 18, 1919. $720-$1020. Age-18 to 30. App. 1312: - Medical Interne (Male and Female). Saint Elizabeths Hospital. May 7, June 4. July 9, 1919. $900 and main tenance. Applicants must be unmar ried. Age 20 or over. App. 1312. Laboratory Assistant Qualified as Paper' Fiber Microscopist (Male and Female). June 17, 1919. $900-1080. Age 21 to 35. App. 1312. Special Notice: Receipt of appli cations -for Traveling Auditor and Resident Auditor will close on May 15, 1010 Popoint of - aDDlications ; for Radio Inspector will close on May 15, 1919. Stenographer-Typist; or Typist Male -nd Female). $1000-$1200, oc casionally higher. For vacancies in Washington, D. C, examinations every Tuesday. App. 304. For vacancies in the Fifth district, examinations held on the third Tuesday of each month. App. 1371. Qualified persons may ap ply for either "field" or "departmental" service, or both examinations. Bookkeeper (Male and Female). $1000, or higher or lower . salaries. Examinations every Tuesday. Vacan cies in Washington, D. C Age 18 or over. App: 304. H OFFICE AFFAIRS OF ADJUTANT GENERAL WILL BE PROBED Tallahassee, May 9. The house con current resolution by Representative H. S. Strom, of Gadsden, caTfing for an investigation of . the expenditures and accounts of the office of the Adjutant-general passed the senate, and President-protem Singletary in 'the chair at the time named Senator Rowe to serve as the member of the senate with two members of the house on the probing committee of three. . When, the measure came over in house messages Menator MacWilliams moved that the rules be waived and the resolution considered immediately. He moved the adoption of the resolu- tion. It is' stated that the accounts and records of the adjutant general are unquestioned, but that an allegation has been made to the effect that cer tain funds belonging tq that depart ment have been used for other pur poses against the wishes of the ad jutant general, and it is this report that the legislature will investigate, it is understood. - ' . The resolution 4 was ' unanimously adopted. ATIOnVM ROAD POLICY IS ADVOCATED Washington. May 10. "The adoption of a national highway policy by the United States Chamber of Commerce at Its an nual convention, coupled with recent announcements by Senator Penrose, the next chairman of th senate 'ance con. mlttee. and Senator Banknead. retiring chairman of the senate committee on post offices and post roads, that they stand for national highways, tremendously strengthen the probability passage of the Townsend bill at the extra session of congress." says David Jameson, presi dent of the American Automobile asso ciation. "That a national highway system can be kept within 3 per cent of the total mileage of highways In the United States and stiU serve our fundamental needs, continues Mr. Jamison, "has been defi nitely established by careful research. To make this point clear it may Bafely be stated that a zone ten miles in width and seventy five , thousand miles in length will reach more than 85 per cent of the population of the United Stacs, more than 85 per cent of the taxable real estate and more than 55 per cent of the tonnage of farm products. Such a sys tem would protect wth a military high way having an aggregate length of about 10,800 miles our Atlantic, Gulf, Mexican. Faclfic and Canadian borders; would give access to our national forests, our national parks and open up much of the public domain not now easily accessible, and would afford trunk line- routes for parcel post in the territories where this form of transportation is most Intensive character. - "If as a condition to the building of the national highway in each state a LLOYD GEORGE HAS CABLED APPROVAL t SALVATION ARMY Lavid Lloyd George, the man of the hour In England today, when told that the Salvation army in America was about to conduct- a campaign for funds- with which to continue their home service work, cabled Evangeline Booth a strong endorsement of the cause. Following is his message: . "British Delegation. Paris, April S, Dear Madam I have very great pleasure in sending you this cable to say how highly I think of the great work which has been done by the Salvation army amongst the, allied armies in France and the other theatres of war. From all sides I hear the most glowing accounts of the way in which your, people have added to the comfort and welfare of our soldiers. To me It has always been a great joy to think - how much the suf ferings and hardships troops In all parts been lessened by devotion shown endured by our of the world have the, self-sacrifice anu to them, by that ex cellent organization, the Salvation army. Yours faithfully, . - "DAVID LLOYD GEORGE." MUSIC RECITAL AT STATE WOMAN'S COLLEGE PLEASING oJJ top Wasting Soap! What extravagence, when bar soap lies around in the water wasting away. Now is the time to save your soap supply Do it. Try the new way Q5e GRAND MA'S Powdered Soap. Just add a tablespoonful to the water No cutting, slicing or chipping necessary. Use just what you need, no more. Great glorious suds m a jiffy. Cleans ing power that you never saw before. Absolutely no harm to the most delicate fabrics. I Try this Powdered Soap Today! ranciiiias Powdered Soao Saves TIME Saves WorkSaves SOAP Your Grocer Has It! and J-arger Packages Tallahassee, Fla., May 11. A large audience assembled to hear Miss Alice Carroll in her Graduation Piano Re cital on last Monday evening. Among friends who had motored over for thej evening irom ner nome in ivioniiceiio. Miss Carroll's program was a brilliant one, beginning with the pleasing Web er Concerto in C Major. The Brahms Phillip Hungarian Dance No. 7 was played with a strong feeling for the impetuousness and abandonment of the music of that nation. A liszt group comprising the three numbers under construction of an equivalent mileage of j the title of Venice and Naples gave an opportunity for the young artist ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH The business world wants expert help. Let us train you. Pan American College 274-289 BRENT BUILDING PHONE 51 state highways should be required tnia would add seventy-five thousand miles of state highways which with the national system would aggregate 150,000 miles of main trunk lines. With this double sys tem practically all of the 1.400 cities an-1 towns of five thousand (population . and over would be on the main system as well as every Atlantic. Pacific. Gulf and Lake port. It would be possible to achieve at the same time a superb mili tary system connecting every important fort and concentration point. arsenalant munitions center throughout the United States, while meeting industrial needs so completely that less than 5 per cent o"t the population and taxable values and less than 15 per cent of the tonnage of farm products would be more than five miles away from this joint national and state system. "it needs no profound statistical manipulations to demonstrate these points for It can easily be understood that 150,000 miles of highway with a zone extending 5 miles On each side would serve 1,500.000 square miles of area or approximately half of the total area of the United States. The task of " buildinj? the national system Is well within the means of the nation and itis the duty ct all good Americans to raly to the sup port of Senator Townsend"s bill." to show not only the quality and fineness of her tone production, but also evidenced the delivateand pearly scale and arpeggio work which she has developed. Her program closed with the composition Finlandia, a tone poem of very marked nationalism by Si belius. Not only did Miss Carrol have the massive strength fdr the main di visions but also met the delicate con trast of the harmonies in the middle section. Assisting Miss Carrol on her pro gram were the Misses Rosalie Gan zalez and Minnie Leah Nobles, voice pupils of Miss Mastin. Both students show decided development in their past year's work. Miss Gonzalez has a -voice of sparkling- brilliancy and good timbre and sings with ease and assurance. Miss Nobles, with her rick mezzo in artistic contract, sang a group of four songs, displaying good resonance and feeling of tone values. Especial mention should be made of "My. pesire" ,by Nevin: - Miss Dorothy Manchester played the accompaniments very artistically. ' EXIDE BATTERY AND SERVICE STATION THE UNITED AUTO CO. 4 S. Baylen atreet Phone 345 - ; THE MORGAN-THORSON Transfer Company Truck or Team Service Phone 710 DAVIS AUTO REPAIR CO. Automobile Repairing Washing, Polishing,- Storage 21 W. Romana St. . CUT RATE SHOE SHOP . Shoe Repairing Quickly Done. Work called for and delivered. Guaranteed work at fair prices. 431 West' Belmont Street. ; Phone 932. Ask tor the Union Labe On Your Sign ww mir ill. i i - virtv li tu. intertdencia J.P.REMICH&S0NS "The Store That Satisfied Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PHONE 722 THE LEADER FOR MEN AND BOYS SOUTH PALAFOX STREET Just Try a Pound ol WARFIELD'S COFFEE. Phone 1566. THE KOZY K0RNEI Agents for Johnston's Milwaukee Candic "The Appreciated Chocolates" . ... - Tfimti's v a Bmaii JPoirStSan9 fount Tfoat's oil tfa Some f Kfest Florida JnJJ&icit 2ois li TTDtio SaiOwiQadDDT) Airtraw JjOaDomi Out si ' this ifmoznmt Q2g,& Infill Be Bpemt to Build a Local Mom for Prepared to Help When the Drive S The Salvation Army Performed Notable Work With Our Boys at the Front, and Gave a Good Account of Themselves in the Trenches- Be B. S. Hancock, Zone Chairman, J. B- Perkins, County Chairman Chas. B. Hervey, City Chairman' E. R. Malone, Zone Tresurer - P. K. Yonge, City Treasurer. Ex-Go v. Charles Whitman, National Chairman Ex-Gov Earl Brewer, Division Chairman J. Kirkman Jackson, Div. Treasurer W. G. Green, Zone Manager. Capt. Bergren, in charge of Local Army. 66 A Mam May Bowaa Bet M Is Nvff L 99 This Space Contributed by THB PEN S ACOL A JOURNAL