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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 18. 1919.
V I f 1 ! I ' t 4 ; TKADfc I WAR HERO WILL SPEAK HERE FOR SALVATION ARMY It was announced last night that Lieut. Brlcen, a member of the famous Princess Patricia., Regiment, will apeak here May 21 in the interest of the Salvation Army drive. Lieut. Bricen is said to be an interestm? speaker and he will telj of his service with the most famous of all Canadian regiments. f Ths Cfty c. ! GOODRICH Akron, Ohio The Heel of Achilles in Tires The weak spot in a tire ia rhere tread stops and sidewaU begins. On any road but smooth, flat pavement, the epeara of the road-' stones tnd Vreltn s-3c are corsiantjv ' bing at Heel Aehlllesi And fhi feids ef vsirtirahst . when yens i? its) rind wickd)y t Ve.I--nerab'e ar&s.- Your' eyesight teTJs ysti that Now foot a- fee SAFETY TREAD of Goodrich Ths.- fee hov ?f ?'ea-d- Goodfie-Jr mferiec&ng 6afy' bars beyerxt haft 6f the firer and lays exWa-tsread rubber along: the sktewaH. Notice further, bow the e:?a-w ide treisd-oerries s tsp the sides of fce t4pc frxtcndwi-g beneath . tPJxjs- an- extra tfk-ic&nesa of tough tread nsbber fortifies Goodrich Tke3 at- fee- Heel- of Achilles.- Remember; that is one of &e many reasons ' hy Goodrich- "tires loacf ki mileage over al$ foads, rough or feaooth.- Shipyard Officials Not at Mass Meeting (Continued From Page One.) Bay' Goodrich Tires from a Dealer' : A BEST-Kf, WE' RUN' ) 1 , 4 -M : 1 ? t rj . ' j f 1 I t ' - ' i I! "7 i r rH t J j 1 yi if ii i?' . '- J t Hj I 'l If U fJ - J I ?r If fklPrttj i ?3 e ?.J ; 7 - r ::f I v- -;- iy legislature in Joint session tonight in the hall of the house of representa tives at nine o'clock, the Hon. John , Beard, of Pensacola, was forced .to indon his address at 10:30 because I less than a dozen members of both houfc-53 Had gathered to hear him. He-, is oppv-ed to the. League of .Nations, which v "s his subject and it is "Under stood that the a. gument he is able to present in opposition to the plan are interesting. " , Both Senator W. H. Malone, tha father of the resolution inviting th former state senator to speak, and Representative Herbert P. Caro, of Pensacola, who championed it in thi house, were among the absentees. . Suffered With Rheumatism, Catarrh And Stomach Trouble "I think 'Xumber 40 For The Blood as a blood purifier has no equal. When I began to take "Number 40 I was in very poor health as I bad Rheumatism. Catarrh. Stomach Trouble, Lead Pois oning, and an Itch that I had tried al most every -known remedy to relieve. I have taken six bottles of 'Number 40' and I am on a fast road to recovery. I owe my life to it as I used to weigh 127 pounds and now I weigh 148. my usual weight. I, could write more but this should be enough to convince the most skeptical, and you are at liberty to use this letter-anyway you desire." Geo. Klinker, Lima, Ohio. The ingredients in "Number, 40 For The Blood". are set down in the JJ. S. Dispensatory and other reliable .medical Tsooks as follows: Employed in dis eases of the glandular system, in blood poison,- constipation, stomach and Hver troubles, ehronic rheumatism, catarrh, sores, ulcers, skin eruptions, mercurial and lead poisoning. Under: its use nodes,- tumors,- scrofullous swellings that have withstood all other treat ment disappear as if by magic." Prepared by J; C. Mendenhall, Evana vilie, Ind., 40J,years a druggist. Sold by Crystal Pharmacy. laV ! the 8h Sets a Good Example "I keet a bottle of Chamberl; 1 1 j -r-v : . Ty rvL ? in bouse at all times and have recom-, mended ) it -to many friends ana v quaintances who have used it s wita good results." writes A. O. Newell, New Kensington, Pa. Should 5 ydti ndt do likewise? Think of the pain and suf fering that must be endured - when medicii.e must be sent for. Adv. Speedometer Service Station ; ' 1 Specialists on Speedometers Vacuum Tanks, Horns and Spot Lights '19 East Garden Street - Phone 333 STRAIGHTENS OUT KINKY HAIR IleroHn Pomade Hair Dressing is not ulicky or, gummy. Finely per fumed. Von like to use it. Tnkes tlie place, of straightening irons. Makes yoar coarse, kinky, snarly hair noft, lnstrons, long, struight and silky, it your hair is dry r wiry try Herolin. It cleans dand ruff and stops falling hair. Hero lin sent by mail, iKICE tS CENTS, stamps or coin. Agents wanted everywhere. Write for particulars. -nEBOUX SIEDICIXE CO., Atlanta, Ga. . L. ...i.i;,r,'r.'ijgLJigiayju.iLJiuuTiwi Both Houses Recess JJntil 10:30 Monday I (Continued From Page One.) I now placed the selection of the spon- ! sor in the hands of the Pensacola J Chamber of Commerce and that the latter had chosen Miss Reese for the ' honor. He further attributed to Mr.' Sweeney the statement that every man J who contributed to sending a commit- j tee to Washington would be -debarred l from returning to work at the plant, j and that none of the foremen who had walked out would ever be taken back. 1 The other men might return, it was stated, if their places had not yet been filled. The chairman further at tributed to Mr. Sweeney the state ment that the company had made, a mistake in ever delegating the author ity to select a sponsor, as it had never had the right to take such action. Mr. DelCampo, the 'discharged fore man over whom, the controversy has raged, made a sweeping denial of the allegation that he had been insubordi nate. Mrs. DelCampo was introduced to the meeting and was received with much enthusiasm. - . A number of speeches were made in explanation of various phases of the controversy, most of the speakers being foremen who had left the plant. An additional su mof money was raised tocover the expenses of the delegation to Wash ington. . , The hall was crowded during most of the meeting and about 200 were present when the action of the eve ning was taken. The meeting was marked by a less boisterous and per haps more determined spirit than the previous mass meeting. Walkout Is Blamed on v Disgruntled Shipworkers (Continued on Page Ten.) . I For Six-room cottage, bath; electric lights, J running' water through, house ; pump tank arid well in good condition; built on 4 lots in East Pensacola. .... . $2,650.09 Williams Transfer Co. "Our Business Is Moving"" All Kinds of Hauling. PHONE 2099. PALACE CAFE Under New Management Everything Good to Eat, Cooked Right STEPHEN CLEOTELIS Proprietor ' AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Of PenoI CAPITAL STOCK Paid in $500,003 FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to-Wear North Palafox. -ut Abov 1st Thatr WHIDDEN'S DRUG STORE Now located at . 315 S. Palafox St. v : Phone 524 A Complete Line Drugs and :' ; Druggist Supplies. :.; TRY LIPTON'S TEA ' The WELLES-KAHN CO. AGENTS We Furnish the Rome Com nletc OKi Why dont you ? PATROtJ I 2fi- HE DRY CLEANIK( , PRESSING P!ona .1ZS. The Watson A Inc. 7 South Palafox Street' r gency Phone 54 of havittg shown lack of tact, for had he shown good judgment, he would have had the man removed by the special service officers, who are em ployed to enforce the rules of the com pany. "I would thank you to publish the two letters attached which I am sat isfied will throw a different light on the matter." "May 13, 1919. ''Mr. W. T. Kevins, "Works Manager. "Dear Sir: "In explanation of my letter to Mr. DelCampo you will note that I have endeavored to spare his feelings In the matter; but. as a matter of fact. Mr. DelCampo has not cooperated with me1 in a manner that could be considered 1 "On May 9th I', received an order from you, by letter, a copy of which was sent to Mr. DelCampo, directing , that cribs should be placed under the ' quarters and on mid-ships of each hull ' and although I took this matter per- j son ally with him. the order has been i entirely disregarded. J "Again, Mr. DelCampo received verbal orders from me to remove his office, furniture, typewriter, etc., in May 10th, to tbe asistant's office. This . order has not, been obeyed. j I might go further into details as ; to why I consider it for the best in- j te-est tof the company that Mr. Del- : Campo's services should be dispensed witb, but this I think will suffice. "Respectfully yours, (Signed) "J- McRae, "Sv.oerintendent Hull Construction." JMcR:CJD CC-Mr. Am os Office of WILJi L. JOHNSON Justice of the Peace District No. 2 "Pensacola, Florida. ''To the Pensacola Shipbuilding Com pany, City. "Gentlemen: "This is to certify that I have known one B. F. Lowry for a number of years, and have always found him to be a peacable, law-abiding gentleman, and the only trouble that I have known him to be in was the affray at the ship yard, and I held an examination of that and went into the case verv thoroughly, and there is no doubt in my mind that Mr. De'Campo Is just as much to blame as Lowry, and that Is the reason that I held them both over to the court of record. I can't see why they bTsme Mr. Lowry. and exonerate Mr. DelCampo; for if one is to Kame, then they both are guilty., and the on'y reason why the jury will nft find DeTamoo guilty is that th princlril witnesses have left the State "I am yours resp-'stfuPy. ' (Signed) "WTLL. I- JOHNSON. "Justice J. P. Court." l . DO YOU NOTICE THAT REFLECTION from the back of 'your flat lenses? Have your new glasses made in toric form. 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