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CtLU PROPOSING DRASTIC REGU
LATION UNPKR BOARD OF
HEALTH SUPERVISION PRO
(By HERBERT FELKEL)
Tallahassee. May 12.- The old swim-?
ii'lng hole, where moat crackers learned
to swim is a thfhg of the past, and
''where pien may dip themselves will be.
regulated by law if the Hamblin bill that
T-assed the house today receives favora-r
Lie action at the hands of the senate and
becomes a law. The measure places alt
bathing: places, artificial or natural, under
the state board of health, provides for
their inspection as to source and cleanlw
r.esa, retires dressing rooms to the san-
itary and bath suits and towels to ea
washed ot and dried instead of only
dried out, provides that a permit be se
cured from the board to operate any
bathing pool, gives the board $f health
powers to close up places Improperly con-i
drfcted and provides penalties fpr the vio
lation of the act.
Representatives Watson and Harris
spoHe ln favor of the, bill put Mr, Phil-,
lips of Columbia, said it took in, toq
It was on second reading but by motion,
of fr. Hamblin of Hillsborough, tiia
aut' r, the rules were waived and th
I'ill put on third reading and final pass-,
OJier board of health measures Intro-,
tlueod by Mr. Hatpblin were read a sec-.
,ond time and" went to the calendar pf
billa on third, reading.
Greeks Plan to Call
' 'Ma$9 -'Meeting 'Ifere
(Continued from Page One)
ARE CAUSE OF
Washington. May 15. , German
Fropagand is believed, by official of
the Japanese embassy here to be re-,
sponsible fpr tbe reports reaching
Mexico City of the heavy, immigration
of Chinese and. Japanese into Met
co. It was a4J at the embassy today
that no such number as five thousand
Asiatics had been sent Into Mexico in
March or any other recent month as
stated in reports from Mexico today.
or Tonailitls, gargle
with warm salt
water, then apply
YOUH BODYGUARD" - 30',
several other -women who wen pro
tecting1 tho Greek flag, was killed and
a priest was shot by the Italians. :''
"la the village ef Menetes three old
men ajid sixty women who were pro
tecting a flag, were tarve4 eut and
compelled to surrender. The ArcM
bishop, of Scrpan.to is, reported o
have. been seFipusly wounded by Jtal
"A Greek sailing vessel off the
Gasso islands reports a devastating
fire by guns on the villages of Arvani
tohori and Marina; The vessel was
prevented by from approach
ing the scene."
Anti-Turk Worker Murderfd.
"Dr. Guinis. who for thirty yeara
had woiXed for the deliverance of
Northern Epirua frora the Turk and
for its union with Greece, waa, assassi
nated several days ago at lyorytsa by
The funeral, which waa attended by
10,000 persons, according to despatches
to the Athena ?s,ewa Agency.- resolved
itself into a manifestation in favor of
Greece. Women and children carried
Greek flags and buildings were deco
rated with the Greek colors.
"The commander of the French mil
itary forces in Koritaa and three
Americana there attended the funeral.
"The assassin who was named Ibra
him and is said to, .have been assist?
ed by two others, the daspatPhea de
clare, is an agent of Italian propaganda
in Northern JCpirus, It is asserted that,
the Italians have been inciting the
Moslems against the Greek Christiana.
"The French authorities eontinue
their Investigation of the assassina
tion." "On Easter day the peaceful of the
twelve Greek islands occupied by Italy
since 1911, went to their churches, and
during inass the priests sppke of tbp
peace conference and of America's
principle of nationality. They asked
their church people to express pub
licly their national aspirations. The
people, unarmed and in good order
cheered for Greece, and raised the
Greek flag side by side with that of
soldiers rushed into the churches
dragged down the Greek flags, beat
and maltreated the worshipers. When
women refused ta surrender- the Greek
flag to be insulted, they were scab
"Two children of not more than thir
teen while struck in the breast vith
bayonets cried out: "Greeks were we
born, and Greek? we will die. 'Your
bayonets will not make us Italians."
"The Greek islands were occupied in
1911 during the war of Italy and Tur
key. Italy promisedl to evacuate them.
Instead, shev forced the allies in 1915
to award them to her n the secret
treaty. The inhabitants are 102,00"
Greeks, and 15,000 foreigners. There '
are no native Italians. The popula-
. . :- '.'.X'-'
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1919.
CUCCESS IS ACHIEVED
by vigorous in en end wemfi.
When on i lacking in trenjf th and eodurnce.
ku food baltB U wanting. wba physical '
power ia at low ebb, it ia iaspoaaiua to accom
p)ih eae'- work.
-On rfth cauae of Hi kealt low Titalitr ,
la "ka unpropaf funetionio of f kidney.
Trouio reaulta wfaea (faey tail a liauaat
MM $4 pojaonoui natter from tb avatas,
umi rbewmatic patoa, backache, ti3 iaiou, aoff
nuaclct, ao4 etter aympteta quickly allow,
baniah effect of ki4ncy and bladder trouble bw
removinl the cauaa. They are kcalioi and
curative. They tone pa aa Btrealitc too
weakened or diteaaed orana.
H. I. Caatleberry. Uafioe Entiaeer. Port
Vincent, La., writes: I consider Foley Kidney ',
Pill the Createat medicine far kidney and blacider
trouble f aver used. I recommend them to-'l
wiu. auficr w;tb kidney aa4 bisddcr trouble.
Said Everywhere, -
tion wants union, with Greece, Italy
has closed their schools, has exiled
their, leaders and forces them to sjgn
that they prefer Italy to their own
"The Italians occupied Northern Epi-r
rus in 1914. . General Ban din prom
ised solemnly in the name ' pf Italy
that the Italian forces would eyacy?
ate the autonomous province as soon as
the war was at an end.. He promised
freedom of schools and of religious
worship. In 19i?, General Ferrers vo-?
lated the autonomy of Northern Epi
rys by declaring it is part of Albania,
and Albania an Italian protectorate. In
1918, this General in defiance of the
promises of his predecessor, ordered ail
the Greek schools closed. He sent to
exile and dungeons the leaders of
the Epirotes, and drove away the Greek
clergy because they refused to call
themselves either Italians or Alban
ians. The assassination of the school
inspector at JCorytsa, the messages
state, was instigated by Italy. Italy
Incites the wild toslem tribes against
the Greek Christian Epirotes."
A Mineral salts
play an impor
tant part in
They re found in
abundance in the
and barley food
Ket kpek tivn short : cocrses in
housekeeping wtll 1e given i Escam-r
bla county under tha direction
Myrtle Floyd," county hem? demonstra
tion a-jrfent. th first at Fig City, May
19t?1,v and the second at Holtao, May
g3 to 24. . The school will be conduct
ed by Miss Lla Snider, from the state
college at Tallahassee, who will be as
sisted by Miss ' Minnie Floyd, state
POUUry specialist, sister of the local
county agent, an$ py nr.
Fioyd, :: ' -v.- - ' s
These schools are freer the InfOFRlfl
tion to be imparted is scientific and
the very latest and hest that the state
can supply; it is practical ftPd will
show the people how to hava better
suecess in rftisin food products and
how t prepare them better fpf eat
insr, o as to promqte health and pre
vent disease; and it is pertain that if
ail the people could realize the need
of such work .and the importance of
ft, they would arran&e to bo present
at all th sessions, One of the things
most needed today, especially, in the
south, it is cqntended, is a better
knowledge of dieteties, and'it is fortu
nate that this state and county are
giving it free. : ;
..The following is the detailed course:
''What thebody needs,"
Demonstration of dinner cooked in
steam pressure cooker and pf canning
With steam ipressure cooker, " ' .
: , Second Day.
"starchea and cereals."
Demonstration of better bread cook
ing and drying vegetables. :-'
.''Fruits - and vegetables."
Demonstration of preserving eggs m
water glass and making better salads
The meetings at Vis City will be
held in Community hall,, and at Molino,
fn the hall Rhove pinion a Stprp,
The countv demonstrator urges all
the people of the committees named
to come and get the benefits offered.
MAN IS HELD FOR
IN SALE OP- ORGAN
G. B. Wilson, well known in the citv.
was arrested yesterday on a charge of
perjury, and was released on hail tn
appear in the court pf record, perhaps
at the present session. The case is
said to he based on the valuation of
an organ which was the subject of
litigation at the previous session of the
San Antonio Business Man Suf
, lers for Years Takep Tanlac
TroiiWes Plsappear and He
Gains Ttn jPomids,
Robert Schultze, of 518 West Poplar
street, San AntoniP, Tex.,a resident of
that city fpF'more than fifty, years and
a coptractpF and builder (here for.
twentyrfivo years, made an interest
ing statement regarding his experi
ence with Tanlac.
"Abot two year? ago," said Mr,
gehuHfSe, "rheumatism got hpld of me,
I lost weight and all my energy seem
ed to leave rne. I suffered go terribly
that I couldn't work an hoijr -without
my' shoulders giving out completely. I
was all unstrung and nothing seemed
to do me any good, and I had gotten
to the point Where I didn't know
which way to turn for relief,
"After seeing the fine results of
using Tanlac in the case of some of
my relatives, I began using it myself
and am now entirely Jrpe from all
aches and rheumatic pains. I have
gained n i ten pounds and have as
much energy and yim as I ever had
and can work hard all day. I am
simply feeling fine and wouldn't hesi
tate to recommend Tanlac to any
body." Tanlac is sold by leading druggists
Ylfiol will Stop a CougiTj
and Break Up a Cold
A constitutional remedy that removes the cause by
building up the system. These elements contain
'm VlnplBeef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron, Man,
ganese and Glycerophosphates soon create an
energy, that throws off the cold and prevents its
reoccurrence, It has given ninety per cent satisfao
tion for sixteen years, HERE IS PROOF:
suffered with a phronic cold for
t ww months f oughed day and night.
$fai to keep pg wprking when I was
not able to. X saw Vinol advertised
and tried it, and I want to tell you it
ast cured that cold ia p short time.
It made me' eat and sleep well, better
everyway. "W. C. Bagley, Dann,N.C.
for U vnMvvn, om, mmwo wndttipji, wesic women, OTerworked m..
foebl old people nd dcUcte children, there no remedy ik Vinoi.
'For years I suffered with a chrm.;.
cough, so I could not sleep nirtuuirf
continued to lose flesh. My droiwUf
asked me to try Vinol. It cure! ml
cough, I can sleep nighta and ha-i
gamed twelve pounds. Vinol j h,
best tonic and tissue builder I have
taken.' WW. D.Ren, UgranS v ?
RAISE FUND FOR
Atlanta, May 15. Southern Baptists
today approved plans for a conference
of all Baptists of North America to
Study Christian problems and voted o
raise five million dollars for a minis
terial relief fund. It approved the
committee reports recommending
greater co-operation in education pf
the negro. ,
During the discussion of plans fpr
greater aid to the education of negro
preachers, for which the - convention
ordered its committee to continue to
carry on the work. Dr. Gambrell, presj
dent pf (he convention, demanded that
the negrp shalj have" "equal protection
of law with every other citissen pf this
country," Ve have had pome politic
cians in the South who have ridden
into office on the backs of the negro
and made themselves, popular by in
citing prejudice between the races. I
wish the government would grant them
passports. We don't need them in this
country," he said-
New Orleans, May 15. After an adr
dress late today by Governor Hardr
ingt the federal reserve board, urging
southern cotton interests to get to
gether and support the formation of
a hundred million dollar cotton ex
ports corporation. Delegates assem
bled here to consider plans for such
organization were told that the pro
posed charter would be submitted to
Crop reports from ihe cotton grow
ipg states showed that every state
had reduced acreage except Alabama
which showed a Ave per cent, in
crease it was stated. The general
reduction was estimated o be about
twenty per cent.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
Louisiana, Mississippi river passes
Southwest Pass Front Range Light,
reported extinguished May 9, relighted
aiay 10. ,
C. & G. S. Chart Nos. 19, 194 and
Light List Atlantic Coast, 1919, p.
352, No. 2072.
Buoy List, 8th District, 1918, p. 35.
Coast Pilot, Section E, 1916, pp. 105
106. B. B. Dorry,
Superinnetdent of iLghthouses.
"BLUE KIBBON" TALKS
Make your desserts better by using Blue
Ribbon Vanilla used by the best cooks,
sold by the leading grocers.
TO BE CAPTURE
Late ;ast night Deputy Sheriff H.
arrested Robert McReynolds, a jjeg;
on West Hill, having in his possessi
automobile accessories said to lr
been stolen. The case leading ,1
arrest was worked up by Sheriff V
Pelt, Prputy Hall and Captain Harp
the latter of the city police force, a
it is thought by the authorities' th
they have the person responsible f
thefts so much complained of reeor.'
and perhaps the store of stolen gor
discovered in a closed building yesu
day, as reported elsewhere.
,Now Is The Time to Get R!d cfTk
f Ugly Spots.
1 There's no loneer th HHaT,.
fit feeling ashamed of your frecfr
,as umme aout-ie strength is m
anteed to remove these' h
,'zSimply get an ounce of Qthine-
taouoie strength from any druggi
jand apply a little of it night a:
morning and you should soon see th
(even the worst freckles have beg
fta disappear, while the lighter or
have vanished entirely. It ia seld
fthat more than an ounce is needed
completely clear the skin and gain
Jreautiful, clear complexion.
, Be sure to ask for the dou'
treneth Othine as this is solfl un,'
guarantee of money back if it fails
remove ireckies. Adv.
Pensacola is Only Asked to Contribute $35,000 To wards a Goal of $13,000;000, Out of Which
z&,uuu Will Be Spent to Build a Local Home. Get Your Pocketbook Ready!
fejci' SS SB
The Salvation Army Performed Notable Work With Our Boys at the
Front, and Gave a Good Account of Themselves in the Trenches
B. S. Hancock, Zone Chairman,
J. B- Perkins, County Chairman v
Chas. B. Hervey, City Chairman
E. R. Malone, Zone Treasurer
P. K. Yonge, City Treasurer.
Ex-Gov. 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.
Is . Never
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C. P, ROWAN, Manager;
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