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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL MONDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1919.
lien's Summer Underwear : : I i-. H Jat weight' white lisle UNION SUITS, half sleeves and three quar ter length, Price $2.00 per suit. In athletic UNION SUITS we ere showing a large variety. Prices $1.50 up. Balbriggan SHIRTS and DRAWERS, Price 75o per garment. Smpjyjrresistahle ''THE'.'. VP IVi i 3S fl IWJ I, PRY CLEANING PRESSING " ! Phone 3 2. Pensacola Shoe Hospital We do expert shoe repairing and use best quality materials. Phone 359. 102 E. Wright St. 20 S. PALAFOX !'. ."BETTER CLOTHES THE CLOVER STUDIO 196 N. Palafox St. The Place Where Kodax Finish Is Well Done. Chero-Cola There is none so good. Chero-Cola Bottling Works. Phone 236. LEE ELECTRIC CO. Contracting and Supplies 109 N. Palafox St. ' Phone 1674 Gsrv2..0o On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywnere U E. NOBLES & CO. Agents HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR MONEY BACK" 59 South Palsfpx Street. Phone 790 London Woolen Mills Hade to Year Individual Order 117 South PWr Street yOUR FALL SUIT $15ot - TEAM PLAY IN REHABILITATION WJriTAfllTED MANY AGENCIES CO-OPERATE WITH THE FEDERAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. "Washington, May 11. An old word which has been given new life by the war Is that of co-operation. Its im portance Is continuing during these readjustment days. It is one of the most essential elements in the success ful accomplishment of all reconstruc tion plans. ' It is helping in the re-education of disabled . soldiers. The Federal Board for Vocational Education is fortunate in the large number of agencies both public and private that are co-operating with it in the administration of the vocational rehabilitation act. For eign governments are doing it as they look after the disabled American boys who joined the armies of the allies be fore the opportunity presented itself of fighting under the Stars and Stripes. Our own' government departments are assisting the federal board. . The treas ury department, through the bureau of war risk insurance, and the "public health service; the department of la bor, through 825 of its employment bureaus all across the country, which have helped in placing returning sol diers; the department of the interior, through its bureau of education, rec lamation service, bvreau of mines and general land offices; the department of agriculture and of commerce, the war and navy departments have Join ed forces with the federal board In working for the benefit of disabled ex service men. But this work Is one of such gen eral interest that private agencies and individuals wanted to share in it, and aside from their desire to co-operate, they are needed to facilitate and elab orate the work which government re strictions often necessarily limit. Therefore the federal board has the co-operation of the American Red Cross, Jewish Welfare Boards, Young Men's Christian Association, Knights of Columbus, American Library Asso ciation, Chambers of Commerce, American Federation of Labor these have been able to assist in a large way, both financfally and otherwise. This was possible, for the board is author ized by law to receive gifts made un conditionally and to utilize special funds made available voluntarily by private associations or individuals. Governors of states, mayors of towns, public schools and police have all aided in useful ways; and, not by any means the least assitance has been given by hundreds of newspapers all over the country, that have sent out the message through their publi cations to many who otherwise may not have known of the benefits which were offered them by the government. STRUCK BY AUTO, BICYCLIST HAS NARROW SCAPE W. J. Marler of 710 West Wright st. was struck by an automobile owned and driven by S. Mendel at about time yesterday, and was pretty badly bruised. Mr. Marler was riding a bicy cle on Palafox street when the automo bile. No. 3203-C, came from Belmont street and turned north on Palafox. He was knocked off the bicycle and car ried on the hood of the car across the street, sustaining bruises about the head and hip3 and having two fingers cut jt is claimed. Passersby carried Wr. Marler to the Y. M. C. A. where first aid was render ed after which be was taken to his home. The bicycle was badly smashed. BOARD "ENGINEERING EXAMINERS TO MEET TALLAHASSEE MAY 12 There will be a meeting of the State Board of Engineering Examineers at Tallahasstt on May 12th at 9a. m. at the Leon hotel for passing on applica tions tor. registration of professional engineers and such other business as may come before them, it is announced by C. S. Hammatti secretary and treas NAY'S READY TO WEAR STORE Ladies! Suits, Dresses, Skirts. Blouses, Hosiery and Hats. Also fine Shoe Repairing. 82 East Wright. Phone 441. PALACE CAFE IS SOLD TO FORMER OWNERS OF CHILD The Palace' Cafe, owned and oper ated since its establishment by Wil liam Camp and J. G. Hilliard, has been sold at Cleitellus Bros., former owners of the Child Restaurant, ac cording" to information reaching the Journal last night. Although the transfer has taken place the new managers will not take charge until about Tuesday or Wed nesday. The successors to the well known former owners of the cafe are ex perienced in the restaurant business and expect to maintain the high stand ard and popularity of the Palace that has been enjoyed by Messrs Camp and Hilliard. Mr. Camp expects to spend some time in Mobile visiting his daughter, after which he will return to Pensa cola and will, within a short time, it is expected, establish a first class road house either in the vicinity of Bay view park, out on Big Bayou or other suitable location. At the present time Pensacola has no such outing resort as Mr. Camp has signified his intention of establishing, where autoists and other parties may go on a day's vacation or recreation or take their friends out to dinner at a country resort where they will feel every assurance of having extended them the very best service to be had. Final plans for the establishment will be worked out by Mr. Camp per haps by the time of his return to the city. MAY TERM COURT OF RECORD TO BE CONVENED TODAY E. O'BRIEN MOTTA Leader of Orchestra Music furnished for dances, receptions and weddings. Special attention to out-of-town engagements: The regular May term of the county court of record will be convened by Judge C. Moreno Jones this morning at 9:30 o'clock, following which the criminal docket will be sounded and cases set for trial. The civil docket will be sounded Tuesday and the trial Of cases will be taken up Wednesday. as is the usual custom of the court. Most of the criminal business of the court for the term is of hold over cases from the last term, held during the early part of March. Indications are the term will be a considerably quieter affair than that of the last term at which was taken Up a number of more or less sensational prosecutions as a result of the drastic "vice clean up" policy adopted by solicitor' H. J. Mack ey following his appointment to the of fice. . ... SMALL AMOUNT OF "TIGER" BOOZE GETS C. P. O. IN BAD A lively fisticuff bout in the vicinity of Palafox and Garden streets yester day afternoon about 3 o'clock between a chief petty officer from the Navl Ai station. and Lester Van Pelt, was the occasion of a brief spell of excitement until Officer Filliglm, of the police de partment, who chanced to be in the vi cinity, took charge of the participants. At the police station the chief petty officer is charged with drunk and dis orderly and fighting and Mr. Van Pelt is charged with fighting. So far as is known the chief petty of ficer had only a pint of booze but it only required one half the quantity of liquid with which to get him started on the rampage. He is Said to have paid $8.00 for the pint. FOUR CONVICTS EFFECT ESCAPE FROM MUNSON CAMP Four negro convicts made their esr cape from the gang at Munson, in Santa Rosa county yesterday about noon, according to information reach ing the office of Sheriff J. C. Van Pelt here. .The authorities "here were re quested to maintain a close watchout for the men as it was thought probable they were headed for this port. Ietails concerning the escape were not made known in the long distance telephone. BOLSHEVIKI FIGHT ALLI2S AT RANGE IN LONG RUSSIA Archangel, May 11. Bolshevikl con tinue the bombardment of the allied positions on the upper Dvina, appar ently in the hope of driving the allies out before the allied gunboats can reach the scene. In the meantime the gunboats are fighting their way Up stream through the river filled with ice and it will be several days before they can reach the vicinity of Brez nik. Airplanes report the Bolshevikl fleet on the Dvina in the vicinity of Tulgas has been enlarged considerably. The enemy boats again attempted to s.p nroach the American, British and Rus- ; iian forts Saturday morning, but were driven off by the land batteries. Yes terday afternoon the enemy shelled the allied positions for six hours with six-inch guns at long range. No dam age resulted. While the river flotilla was attack ing on the Dvina yesterday the Bol shevik field guns thirty miles west ward bombarded the allied position on the Vaga at Malo Bereznik. Some Bol shevik craft were sighted on the Vaga Friday afternon, but withdrew south ward without attempting to , come up to the allied position. a NEWS BRIEFS. m The Nomads will meet today with Mrs. C. W. Oliver instead of with Mrs. Elwood McLaughlin. The New Orleans Jazz Ball . will be held at the San Carlos tomorrow night at eight .; o'clock with music by the Robishaux orchestra from New Or leans. Tickets may be obtained from Miss Janie Knowles at the San Car los. The proceeds are to be used for local charities. A JACKSONVILLE POLICE OFFICER'S OPEN STATEMENT Gave Out in His Legs. Was Con stipated and Had Kidney Trouble. Declares Dreco Gave Great Benefit. The many friends of Frank Bond will learn with regret of his illness at his home, 611 E, Belmont, street. NOTED VIRGINIA MURDERER GETS CHANGE OF VENUE Standardsville, Va., May 11 Edgar Morris, arraigned in Greene county circuit court here today on a charge of having murdered Magistrate Blu ford Sullivan, will be tried in the cir cuit court of Albemarle county in Charlottesville, June 3. Motion for removal from this ; jurisdiction was made by Charles A. Hammer, of Har risonburg, representing the defendant and was concurred in by Charles K. Gentry, of Charlottesville, designated by Judge Fishburne to act as special prosecutor in the cases against Mor ris. .'. Morris appeared in court today man acled and when the indictment was read, plead not guilty. He was to be taken to Charlottesville, late today for safe keeping in the Albemarle county Jail. ' ; Morris arrived here yesterday morn ing from Elkins, W. Va., where-he was arrested several days ago, Sheriff Ma lone bringing his prisoner by automo bile over the Blue Ridge . mountains from Elkins. Sixteen special deputies guarded the prisoner last night and were in charge of the jail and court house today. There were-no signs of disorder. i Stomach, trouble la the direct cause of, more derangements of the nervous system and general bodily functions than any other ailment. No other remedy has been declared such a suc cess as Dreco, which is a combination of Nature's own remedies for the blood, stomach, liver and kidneys, as is be ing proven by the many testimonals being daily given by well known Flor ida citizens, for Instance, Mr. Lee Harrell of 433 East 7th Street, Jack sonville who is a popular police officer. He says, "For over a year I have suffered with stomach, trouble, had much pain and distress after eating; nothing I ate seemed to agree with me and I had to be very careful. I was bloated with gas, had pains in my back, could not sleep at night and my legs would give out on me while working my beat. I heard a lot of talk about Dreco, but I had tried a lot of medicines which did me no good so I had about lost faith in them all. However, I got a bottle to try it and it certainly did do me good. All my troubles are better and I am feeling better than in many a day." People of high standing all over the South are praising Dreco in open statements for the good it did them in many Instances, after all else had I failed. j Mr. stout, tne wen-Known irecg ex pert, has headquarters at the Balkcom Drug company to meet the local pub lic and explain the merits of this great remedy. See him today. . (adv.) RM?3MVVV , - l Here is a story of a VEILt-t " ill .' woman and a man 1 , .. - lIle 01en TODAY I i,sl r s fit h ' - " I In ' , ' O i - li I 4 8 PAULINE FREDERICK IN "ONE WEEK fSSSfei of . nMp LIFE" : Kg Seven days in a Paradise of love' The time was limited but the pas sions ran amuck! , Do you know what it means to live and love and dare for seven turbulent days ? BIG V COMEDIES PRKSEXT JAM PR Aimoev . .... IN A JAMBOREE "OF FOOLISHNESS a rr-v a Kin l All RID Hft" SAENGER INTERNATIONAL NEWS WEEKLY (TOPICS) 10c 20o Plus Tax A longing to see the world an old motor car an adven- turous girl these make a combination hard to equal for ro mantic possibilities. And the girl "YOU NEVER SAW SUCH A GIRL" IT IS NO OTHER THAN SWEET LITTLE ." ' VIVIAN MARTIN ' COMING TO SEE YOU . . TOMORROW AND THAT'S NOT ALL WE HAVE -HOUDINI in "THE MADAGASCAN MENACE" MASTER MYSTERY -ISIS SEMI -WEEKLY LIVE WIRE NEWS GOSSIPS SLATE B S. HANCOCK AS CANDIDATE Continued From Page One.) take place in Jacksonville, but it did not come off. News that the meeting at Jacksonville Wednesday night had been called off was conveyed to local people who were Interested in the af fair. It was given out that Mr. Clark had been called back to Washington. "Senator Fletcher was here this week and spoke in the interest of the Victory loan. Attorney General Van C. Swearingen was here Friday and Sat urday and ddressed the Masonic fra ternity. - "At the present writing, with . the exclusion of Frank Clark from the govrnorship race, the political field, it may be concisely stated, is as follows: "For governor' Cary A. Hardee, of Live Oak. Van C. Swearingen, of , Jacksonville. For United States senator Sidney J. Catts, of Tallahassee (governor), and Duncan U. Fletcher, of Jackson-J ville." . J T. E. Williams & Co. FURNITURE 90 E. Wright. Phone 1995 II B2gWJ' i EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Pensacola's Representative Store INGRAM OPTICAL, CO., WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. Pensacola Shoe Hospital We do expert shoe repairing, and use best quality materials. Phone 359 102 E. Wright St. NC-4 STILL AT CHATHAM. Chatham, Mass, May 11. Delay .n completing repairs on hydroplane NC-4, led to the postponement today of its flight to Halifax to complete the r first leg of Its proposed trans-Atlantic flight.. McCann's Tire and Repair Shop Phone 404 113 North Palafox Street Hayes' Healing Honey. Stops the Tickle, Heals the Throat and Cures the Cough. Price 35c. A free box of O-PEN-TRATE SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and Croup is enclosed with every bottle. Adv. All OLD RECIPE TO DS0KEI1 HAIR Sage Tea and Sulphur Turns Gray, Faded Hair Dark and Glossy. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to Peter Lindenstruth 112 S. Palafox St. Phone 713 QUALITY SHOP FOR WOMEN 78 E. Wright St. Phone C76 TODAY Granny wanted to choose a husband for her; but" SEE PAULINE FREDERICK ' IN "A Daughter of the South" There's a Sennett Comedy, too TOMORROW MARGARET CLARK in "THE CRUCIBLE" BUT NOT NEW PEOPLE We are glad to announce that, we have opened a garage at the corner of Gregory and Tarragona Streets, where we will be pleased to serve our f riends and the public. No job too small or too large; all will receive prompt attention. BE CONVINCED TRY US Hoffman & Sellers A. R. Hoffman Geo. B. Sellers GILFILLAN SCOTT Trains Concert Pianists, Teachers and Beginners. Regular Weekly Lesson, One Dollar. Single Lesson, Two Dollars. The Clutter Music House. Phone 15. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compound ed, brings back the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, streaked or gray. Tears ago the only way to get this mixture was to make it at home, which is mussy and trouble some. Nowadays we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound." You will get a large bottle of this old time recipe im proved by the addition of other in gredients for about 50 cents. Every body uses this preparation now, be cause no one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as it does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge, or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking on small strand at a time; by morn ing the gray hair, disappears, and aft er another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy and you, look years youngr er. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound is a delightful, toilet requisite. It is not intended for the cure, miti gation or prevention of disease. adv. SPECIAL SALE SAMPLER-SHOES' We are putting on sale for this week only one lot of Sample Shoes, that are correct in style, fit and wear. Regular $7.00 Dress Shoes , to close out at : ; $3.75 -i:'; mm ... JT s I) A J One lot working Shoes, all leather and will give excellent wear. Come see them $1.98 and $2.25 We have' the largest assortment of sec ond hand shoes in the city. All styles, all sizes, all leathers, every pair in first class condition. High - A A to 6 KA and low Shoes. . , . We do all kinds shoe repairing. Give us a trial Phone 929 JJ K3 ftl If D 0 Goveent Street 1 m DANCE TOMGI TTTTPTn Cieysetr AondlDQoirQQninra "The Floor With a Glassy Finish" GENTLEMEN 50c. LADIES 25c - Including ar Tax