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THESACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1919.
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Accountants, Public
RAINES, R. T.
Public Accountant Auditor
American National Bank Building,
Fensacola, Fla. McCaskill Block,
DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
Automobiles.
dodge "BK03. motor car
O. H. HATS, Dealer. Phone S74
Auto Painting
PENSACOLA BUGGY
H1-1S3 Fast intendencla.
WORKS
Phone 57
Auto Repairer and Accessories.
ABBOTT AUTO REPAIR CO.
!M N. Palafox street. Phone 415
a complete line of Automobile Accessories
Bakeries.
TSTTtfTlH SANITARY BAKERY
138 N. Palafox St. Phone 484
BENNETT'S
456 "West Belmont.
BAKERT
Phone 811
Baggage and Transfer.
BORRAS TRANSFER CO.
Fat Chase Street Phong 11415
Chiropractors
W. C. OOELZ
Chiropractor
Of lice,. Phone 393; Residence, 224T
32D-S31 Brent Building.
Clothiers
, ,M. &.G. CLOTHING STORE
S19-S23 South Palafox. Ypone tl5
Coal Dealers.
cary & CO.
Office Phones $8-119; lard Phones -lS4
Dry Cleaning.
NATIONAL DRY
IS East Garden St.
CLEANING CO.
Phone 251.
Druggists.
THE CENTRAL PHARMACY
I0Q south Palafox. Phones J77-17
THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY
85 South Palafox. Phones 921-922
D'ALEMBERTE'S PHARMACY
121 South Palafox Phone 109
Electrical Supplies
PEAKS- ELECTRIC ' SANITARY
PLUMBING CO.
30 S. Palafox Street. Phone S45
BAROCO ELECTRIC CO.
17 West Garden Street. Phone 619
LEE'S ELECTRICAL CO.
Electrical Supplies
Fhone 1674. 109 N. Palafox St.
REED BINGHAM
House Wiring:, Electrical Supplies,
Contractor. --..
Phone 2075 Box 288
Florists.
MRS. NELLIE M. BOYSEN -The
Only Down Town Florist.
IS West Garden Street. Phone 1800
NORTH HILL GREENERY
Greenhouses. 919 N. Baylen St. Fhone 887
Flower Shop. S W. Romana SL Phone 838
JOURNALIST OF
BRAZIL HAKES
Anus oh a-&
OFFER OF BRAZIL AND OTHER
SOUTH AMERICAN BONDS BY
FRANCE AND BRITAIN SAID TO
BE RESPONSIBLE.
Rio Janeiro, May 13. An attack
upon the United States is made by
iladeros de Albuqurque, generally con
sidered one of the leading journalists
; f Brazil, in a long Interview printed
; today in A Xoite. Senor Albuquerque.
: "ho has just arrived from the United
States, says:
"I return from the United States
ith much enthusiasm for England,
aly, France, Belgium, Japan and per
haps, above all, Mexico."
He accuses the United States of
fomenting revolutions in Mexico," and
, says that "Brazil is considered by the
t nited State only as a possible f u-
' Jure colony." He adds: "The United
States wants to obtain as part of the
Payment qf . the debt of France and
England a "bond for Brazil's debts to
vore powers. On the day this Is real-
V1 Brazil will be sold to the United
lftea Wn"ch on the first occasion we
il to meet' the interest will do to
cs as she has done to Central Amel-
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Di recto rj
Is IsaueCThree
Times a Week and
the .Charge
$1.00 Per-Month !
Phone 1500 and tell us to
enter1 your name under the
proper classification.
Central Trades Council
PENSACOLA TRADES
AND LABOR
P. O. Box 88
COTJNCLL.
WM. V. MoNEIR. Sec.
Foundries.
BAT KTrrmw irnmmBT en .
Ml West Main Street. Phone 677
Groceries.
MRS. L. W. VAN METER
Ororwflta.
9th Ave. and Strong. Phone 1657
la. 'CRAY GROCERY CO.
429 West Jackson St. Phone lsSf,
NICK VASSO
Fruits and Groceries.
500 E. Wright St.
Phone 478
Horseshoinjj.
o. 'A.
BRIGOS
Practical
Horseshoer
16 W. Intendencla St.
Phone 63)
Ice Dealers.
PENS ACO LA ICE CO.
106-108 N. Tarragon. Phones S9-239
Job Printers.
MAYES PRINTING CO. ' , - .
West Government St. Phone 181
15
Laundry.
THE PERFECTION LAUNDRY
Dry Cleaning and Steam Pressing
Phone 186
Motor Boat Supply Store.
PENSACOLA GAS ENGINE &
SUPPLY CO.
713 S. Palafox St. Phone 627
GULF MACHINE WORKS
S13-817 South Palafox Phones 162-1469
Market and Grocer.
JOHN CRESSES, GROCER
924 N. Davis Street. Phone 432
TON X CLEVK.JJ
CHRIS CARVEL GROCER
C20 N. Ouillemarde. Phone
1546
B. B. MARKETS
Meats
DeVUller Street.
319 N.
Phone 947
Meat Markets.
THE PARLOR MARKET
South Palafox. Phones 173-174
214
Merchant Tailors.
DAN BROWN, MERCHANT TAILOR CO.
Expert Steam Cleaning ana jwyeins.
Suite Pressed 36c - -
427 W. Belmont St. - Phone 933
Music Stores.
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
114 South Palafox Street. Phone 15
Newspapers.
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL
Daily-Weekly-Sunday
Phones: Editorial. 38; Business. 1500.
THE PENSACOLA NEWS
Evening Except Sunday
Phones: Editorial 454; Business,
118
Bell-ans
Hot water
Sure Relief
SSFOR INDIGESTION
can nations.
Senor Albuquerque belittles the part
the United States took in the war, say
ing, that the only American victory wa3
the battle at St. MihleV which he says
was "gained with English artillery anri
French aviation, and attacks the cen
sorship, which he remarks has pre
vented these and other facts becoming
known." He attacks the Monroe doc
trine and President Wilson, ridiculing
the president's activities in the peace
congress. He concludes by saying "the
United States incontestably Is the
Prussia of tomorrow,"
Proposals have been made at Paris
by the British and French govern
ments that the United States accept
as part payments for loans advanced
them some of the South American re
public bonds Including BraxH, which
they hold. Jt was 6aid here today
that there nad been no opposition to
the plan and that the United States
had approved because it would re
move some of the interests of the Eu
ropean powers In the American conti
nent and tlius accord with the prin
ciples of the Monroe doctrine. Com
menting on ih statement at illo de
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Optician.
DR. T. G. YATES
Expert Optietan. Fisher Building
Painters, Paper Hangers.
E. B. WELLS
12 Eat Government.
Phone 778
Photographers.
CHAS. COTTRELL
204 1-2 South Palafox. Phone 1101
Restaurants.
ANGELOS DAIRY LUNCH
106 South Palafox Street. Phone 808
Shoe Shops. .
X SAM CHARLES
j Snoe Maker
Palafox and Main Sta.
Phone 614
FOOT WEAR REPAIR
1021 N. Davis Street.
SHOP f
Phone 61C
CHATTMAN'S ELECTRICAL SHOE
SHOP
For City Quality at Village Prices
: Warrington, Fla.
Ship Chandlery.
' A. ZELIUS
- Ship Chandler..
711 S. "Palafox St.
Phono 139
Taxi Service.
V. Q. VENTTTRA
Taxi Servtee.
East Garden St.
Phone 807
Eob's Taxi ' , Phone 333
Servlco Day and Night
16 West Garden
Tjn Workers.
N. A. COX. TIN SHOP
510 S. Prlafox Sreet.
Phone 413
Tailorini
- KING TAILORING OO.
Builders of Fine Fitting Clothes
30 South Palafox Street
Trained Nurses.
Retrlfitery of Trained Nursts at White's
Pharmacy, uay jrnone iku. rignt 4b
Turkish Baths..
PENSACOLA HOSPItAL.
- Phone 8.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS
REPAIRED
' .Work Guaranteed
C. Young- 102 E. Oregon
Wholesale Grocers.
CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO.
201 E. Garden St. t. l?hone 1710
Undertakers.
NORTHUP woor
Undertakerr.
28 West Intendencla St.
Phone 39.
NHS?
Janeiro by Madero de Albuquerque, a
leading journalist of Brazil, regarding
this transfer of debts, state depart
ment officials emphasized thAt there
"Was no desire on the part o tne Uni
ted States to exert any Influence on
Brazil's internal affairs.
TAKES OUT
THE KINKS
Have Soft, Straight Hair f,ike
Photograph Belout
If'
BY USING
DUk HAIR
DRESSING
PeopI tur easily ! straislit, soft.
Ion Hair by simply epplyiB Pioosh's '
Hair Drring. in m. abort time all your
kinky, snarly, ncly, ewiy Hair, bconM
aoft, silky, amooth. atrmiglit. Ions, and cam
h casUy hanrilif, brnsaod or combed.
Ploosb'a Hair Dressing clocaatly por.
fumed, in largo freoa can (more for your
money tbaa any etbor hair dresains).
AT DRUG STORES AGENTS
46OC OR BY MAIL WANTED
FlrCUGH CEEBHCAL CO. "VSil3
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(By HERBERT FELKEL)
Tallahassee, May 16. After an amend
ment "was adopted, providing that the
salary of the superintendent of the state
hospital for the insane shall not excesd
53,000 annually, the bill by Senator King,
changing the name of the Chattahoochee
institution to the Florida State Hospital,
was passed' by the senate. The measure
also repeals the statute of twenty years
ago fixing the salary of the superinten
dent and places that in the hands of the
board of state institutions.
Another bill which was reached on
second reading and passed by waiver or
the rules was one by Senator Stokes per
mitting building and loan associations to
Invest in Liberty bonds.
The Igou bill designed to make it pos
sible to punish confidence men who have
operated extensively j in Florida during
recent years, was recommitted on'motion
of Senator MacWilllams. The measure
had an unfavorable report and an effort
was about to be made to Indefinitely
postpone It when ; Senator MacWllIiains
offered the motion to smmlt as a
substitute, and it prevailed.
The Cash bill to repeal chapter 6&1$,
Laws of Florida, was recommitted on
motion of the author.
The house bill to define the ownership
and to provide for the survey and dls
position of islands In the marshes along
the St: Johns sriver in Putnam county
was passed after Senator Johnson had
amended, the bill so that, trie proceeds
from the- sale of such overflowed tracts
should go into the school fund and the
title of them in the meantime be vested
in the board of education Instead cf
the internal improvement fund trustees,
as provided in the-original measure.
The house bill conferring additional
powers on the city of Miami and granting
submerged lands to that city with -a view
to bettering the water supvly of Miami,
passed the senate.
Senator Carlton" today made , a motion
to reconsider the -vote by -whieh the sen
ate - on yesterday passed house bill No.
ffl2 by Representative - Hamblin, amend
ing the cvharter of the city of Tampa,
and othepwise affecting, its government,
jurisdiction and powers, which motion
went over until 'tomorrow-.' ' it is evident
that' a charter 'bill ' not "satisfactory to.
Senator Carlton has been passed by the
Hillsborough delegation In the house.
Senator Crosby's bill maklne it neces
sary, .for a . license . to be obtained from
the county commissioners for anyone to
carry an automatic : shotgun or rifle
withstood the attacks made upon it when
on second reading today ana' went to
the calendar of measures on third read
ing, a substitute ' ofered ly the author
having been 1 adopted. The substitute
simply provides -a new law- instead of
amending the present statute relative to
the carrying of revolvers. Senator
Ciosby said that any reliable man could
secure the necessary permits ?rom the
board of county commissioners and his
bill was aimed at ' a class of people who
were rapidly arming themselves. ;-'..
' Tha tll-n VilU.. ' mairv. ' - n W
j 'it' t- ..1.43 MiiiiiuuiH li HT avis kiiak
f created the Broward and Southern Dram-
age districts were favorably reported to
"the senate today and were taken up on
'second reading by motion of Senatot
J Mac Williams. Senator Hughlett offered
a number of voluminous amendments to
Jthe first which he said would make the
bill relating to Broward Drainage district
satisfactory, as far as the knew, to ull
parties Interested. These were r.U
'.adopted and an effort made to p;ace the
measure on third reading and final pass
age but adjournment was taken without
this being done. Similar amendments to
clarify the bill relating to the Southern
Drainage district also will be offered
There appears to be no opposition to
these amendments nor to tne bills as they
will be amended. The changes in the!
bill will -provide for what is known "B
a unit system or serial bond issues, the
various sections or tne districts being
taxed only when they are to be drained
and each particular locality carrying the
.
bonds for its own Improvement work. I
The amended bills probably wl'4 be passed '
py the senate tomorrow and returned . to i
the house for concurrence In the amend-
ments. ,
The passage of the general pension bill
was reconsidered today for the purpose
of amending it. It was stated that a
number of widows . of Confederate vet
erans who had been on the pension ' rolls
would be stricken off because of the
emission of a paragraph in the engross
ed bill, and it was to cure this defect
that the. blil wag taken back to second
reading. As soon as the necessary
amendments Was adopted the measure
Was passed again. By motion ot Sen
ator Andrews the bill, was immediately
certified to the ' house.
. The house concurrent resolution mem
orializing congress to repeal the daylight
savings law was adopted by the senate.
as was the house resolution asking the
state road department to take steps to
secure Florida's share of the govern
ment army motor trucks that are to be
apportioned - among the states.
The general appropriation bin carrying
about a million and a half dollars to op
erate the state government .for the net
two years was introduced and by motion
of Chairman Lowry of the committee was
made a special order for Wednesday,
May 21. at 11 o'clock,. 300 copies being
ordered printed.
Senator Butler introduced a bill to val
idate affidavits of. soldiers and sailors
taken in foreign countries by authorized
agents of the United States.
Senator Hulley introduced a bill to au
thorise New Smyrna special road and
bridge district to transfer f 5,000 from the
Interest fund to the maintenance fund and
to use the same for road and bridge lm
provement work.
Senator Hughlett introduced a bill re
quiring plans and specifications of sub
drainage districts to be submitted to the
internal improvement board and the
cnief engineer before such districts -are
created.
ssenator ttraasnaw proposed a measure
requiring railroad trains to slow up, blow
whistles and ring bells when passin.?
crossings.
A communication signed by about a
hundred people of St. Lucie county was
read stating that a majority of the bus!
ness men there were opposed to seining,
that house bill No. 608 should be passed,
that A. K. Wilson of the Fort Pierce
Tribune did not represent the -law abiding
element of that county, that Represents,
tlve Wythe was elected by a large ma
Jority on the local fish law issue, and
asking the senate to give St. Luclo
county relief by supporting the measure
offered by Senator Hughlett and Reprer
eentatlve Wbyte.
Benator Lowry, of Tallahassee, Eighth
district, assured the senate that there
was no truth In the report that a dead
negro's body had been fund In the city
water tank.
Rif
OR Gil
it we
.work we win !
If the vorld is to reap the benefits of the war that has 'Teearf ought
and won for emancipation, men, women and children must bo given a
spiritual and educational basis'. There is an opportunity now for humaa
betterment greater than this old world ever kne-sr.
The plans of the Methodist Episcopal Church", South, are in keep
jug with the spirit of good people everywhere to help mankind. It is!
of vital impoTiance that the Church fiive arJ direct orphanages, schools
jand hospitals.
"T- Christian men and women have never been found to be the 'leaders
of mobs, the bearers of torches, or the propagandists of creeds that vio-.
late all the principles of morality, justice and unselfishness. The
Church realizes this, and much of the $35,000,000 to be collected will
be expended along educational lines in our 0"vvn Southern States. $j
The date of the Missionary Centenary Campaign is the week of
Sunday, May 18th, to Sunday, May 25th.
Send your check uqvt to the Treasurer of the
yctir city. Don't delay.
X1.
CJT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip,
enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley
Co., 2335 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, JXL,
writing your name and address clearly.
You will recHe in return a trial package
containing Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound for couzhs. colds and croun;
Volov ICldnrr Pills for naln In sides and
back: rheumatism, nackacne, Kianey ani
j Tablets, T&-!$? ' rouglSS
?L., ' Vt,.i r onnstination.
. t' CHIISlllR - ' w 1 .
.biliousness. headache. and
I bowels. Sold .eveiywhere. Adv.
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DOINGS OF THE
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3. '"7"illiaOLS cS
METHODISTS TO
HOLD CENTENARY
CANVASS SUNDAY
The 60 members of the teams which
are to conduet the canvass of the city
Sunday, met last night at the Gads
den street M. E. church to complet
plans for the eentenary observance,
which are to begin Sunday, May 18,
and last through Sunday, May '25.
All Methodists of the country are
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Methodist Clnirfh
to be engaged in this observance and
the Southern Methodists have been
allotted a quota of $35,000 of which
525,000 is to be raised in Pensacola.
666 has proven it will cure
Malaria, Chills and Fever, Bil
ious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe.
It kills the parasite that causes
the fever. It is a splendid laxa
tive and general Tonic adv.
BY ALLMAN
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