THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1919.
VIOLATION OF :
THREE MEN, ONE IN CITY AND
TW1 IN COUNTY, WERE AR
, RESTED YESTERDAY BY DEP
On the charge of violating the Sun
day "Blue Laws," O. Sanders of Mill
view, Rose Holley of Goulding and D.
C. Dutton of West Pensacola, were ar
rested yesterday by Deputy Sheriffs
Hall and Erewton. They were later
released on small appearance bonds.
They are all alleged to have sold cer
tain articles from stores they operate.
The cases will be watched with con
siderable interest as these are the first
actually made for violation of the Sun
day laws, though the town has been
"closed up" on Sunday for the past
several months, as a part of the rigid
la.w enforcement policies of County
Solicitor H. J. Mackey of the county
court of record. It i3 not known
whether it is the intention of the de
fendants to plead guilty or fleht the
DR. COX IN MIAMI
TO ATTEND STATE
Dr. O. H, Cox, in charge of the Pub
lic Health Service here, working in co
operation with the state and city
health authorities, is in Miami this
week attending the sessions of the
State Medical Association. He vill
deliver a lecture before that organi
zation. The asociation will be in ses
sion Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
Mrs. Cox went as far as Jackson
ville with the Major. She will spend
the week there, visiting relatives and
BIG PART IN
. The ladies who will lead the drivo
for the Salvation Army Home Service
Fund, will meet In the sun parlor ct
the San Carlos Wednesday afternoon
at five o'clock.
They will work the entire residence
part of the city in three days, Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, and will
via with the P.otarlans who will so
licit the down town district. Salva
tion Army officers and lassies from
overseas will be at the meeting
Wednesday afternoon and refresh
ments will be served with the com
pliments of the city chairman, Mr.
Charles B. Hervey. ',
, Those appointed by Mr. Hervey are
as follows: Miss Helen Carter, genei 1
chairman; Mrs. Stephen Lee, chai?
iran; Mrs. W. B. Cole, vice-chairman,
- precinct chairmen, Mrs. W. F.
Breen. Mrs. C. E. Driver, Mrs. W. E.
Friend, Miss Ray. Mrs. Leslie Part
ridge, Mrs. Allie Payne,-Miss Lucille
Graj-, Mrs. C. W. Oliver, Miss Annie
Chapin McLane, Mrs. H. Hyer, Mrs.
Sam Pasco, Mrs. C. Fox, ' Mrs. G. O.
Brosnaham, Mrs. R. - W. Goodhgxt,
Mrs. Chas. B. Hervey. "
Other ladies who are expected to
render service during the drive, are
Mrs. E. C. Strikland. Mrs. Tom White,
Mrs. M. V. McDonald, Mrs William
Mover, Mrs. John Hall, Miss Marion
Ander?on, Miss Margaret Anderson,
Miss Fannv Hayes. Mrs. J. O. Walker,
Mrs. Arthur Gunn, Mrs. John Massey,
Mrs. Harry Haley, Mrs. Warren An
derson, Mrs. C. J. Levey, Miss Sybil
Lempke, Mrs. L. Howard, Mrs. J. V.
Moore, Mrs. Bryars, Mrs. Ellis Know
les. Miss Daisye Hyer, J. H. Sherrill,
Mrs. Jake Bear, Mrs. H. E. Milton,
Mrs. Dusenberry, Miss Margaret Ray,
Mr?. Dan Sheppard, Miss Minnie W.
Morrison, Mrs. F. V. Hannah, Mrs.
George Lurton, Mrs. John Walter,
Mrs. J. C. Eppel, Mrs. J. A. Dunham,
Mrs. J. E. Cummins, Mrs. E. J. Qui
ley, Mrs. J. D. Carroll, Mrs. J. E.
Hurvty, Miss Vivian MoLellan, Miss
Lexie McKinney, 3Irs. W. S. Evcr
hart. Miss Pattie GrajvMrs. Hurst;
Mrs. Fred Massey, Miss Sallie Max-
Cuticura the Foot-Sore
After long: hours of hiking or guard
ing, when his feet are swollen, hot,
itching or blistered, the soldier will
find wonderful relief in a Cuticura
Soap bath, followed a gentle
anointing with Cuticura Ointment.
SK-Cafart I'didat Skm Witli Cotkan-saG
Bathe with Soap, soothe with Ointment, dust
with Talcum., 25 cent each at all dealers.
well, Mrs. A. H. McLeod, Mrs. J. C.
Baldwin, Mrs. W. B. Cole. Mrs. F. A.
Lrink, Mrs. McLaughlin, Mrs. W. H.
"IVntann ATiss Tlahel Gonzalez. Mrs.
Jack Grant, Mrs. Fred Gillmore, Mrs.
Alex Friedman, Mrs. Sam Kahn, Mrs.
C. F. Bruce, Mrs. McKee McClellan,
Mrs. C. F. Zeek, Mrs. Henry M.
Yontre and manv others. A
Every lady in Pensacola who is in
terested in the work is invited to be
at the San Carlos at five o'clock
GIVEN MILITARY T
The two aviators. Ensign Frances M.
Fowler and Chief Quartrmaster (A) J.
X. 'Dyer, who were killed in a crash
Saturday were given a military funeral
at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
from the undertaking parlos of Lothup
and Wood. The military party In
cluded a sction of naval aviators and
a section of blue-jackets, under the
command of an Officer ' from the air
station. The bodies were shipped north
on the evening train.
SftLTS FIDE FOB
We cat too much meat, which
clogs Kidneys, then Back
hurts and Bladder bothers
Most folks forget that the kidneys,
Uke the bowels, get sluggish and clog
ged and need a flushing-occasionally,
else we have backache and dull misery
In the kidney region, severe head
aches, rheumatic twinges, torpid livr,
acid stomach, sleeplessness and ' all
sorts of bladder disorders. - " -
You simply must keep your kidneys
active and clean and the moment you
feel an ache or pain - in the kidney
region, get about four ounces of Jad
Salts from any good drug : store "here,
take a tablespoonful in" a glass of
water before, breakfast for a few days
tnd your kidneys will the nact fine.
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com
bined with lithia, and is harmless to
flush clogged kidneys and stimutat)
them to normal activity. It also neu
tralizes the acids in tho uriie so It no
lon"?r ijvU".-s. thus ending bladder
Js.d Salts is harmless; in Tpensivc ;
makes a leligitful ef.' rvescent lithia
wp.ter .lr. -k whioh every body should
take now and then ta keep their Sid
neys clean thus Avoiding serious com
plications. A well-known local druggist t,:ivs he
sells lots of . Jad Salts to folks who
believe In overcominsf kidney trouble
while it' is only troulle. N
t DRIVER IS .. HURT
IN AN ACCIDENT
B H S 3 B B S S B B 2 B SB B B S B
MRS. EVA PERRY.
Mrs. Eva Perry, nee Garrett, died at
Mobile, Ala., May 14, 1919. She was
born at Morrison, Ala-, July 19. 1889.
Mrs. Perry Is survived by her husband
and five children and was burled with
her baby, in her arms.
Mrs. Frances Ellender Bridgman.
Mrs. rFances Ellender Bridgman, 77,
died at the home of her daughter, rMs.
Conrad Scott, 1320 N. 15th Avenue, at
7:10 o'clock last night. "She is sur
vived by her daughter, Mrs. Scott, and
by six sons, Alfred H.." James IC.. Jo
sph R., Burder N., Arthur W., and Rus
sell S. Bridgman none of . whom live
here. -. ;
Mrs. Bridgman came to Pensacola, in
1911 from Robinson, county, North
Carolina. - ..:'-'.... ;
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That's the new way to use ioap
No more cutting or chipPinj
now. Use a tbletDonnfi .
soap soap in me most econom.
leal form to a pailful of wa'er
That's all there la to it. You
use just .what you need and 70a
don't waste any by having t
whole bar lying around ia the
water and wasting away.
Use GRANDMA for cleaning ,n,
thing that soap will clean. It Wr"
fectly safe. Jut the tbio tZ
washing those special things that
you wouldn't think of letting B7
body else touch but yotuselt
Collision of an automobile, driven by
R. Ttard. with a delivery wagon driven
by Clarence Smith, at the intersection
of Wright and Devillier streets late
Saturday night, resulted In serious in
jurs" to the latter, according to report
of the accident made by Office rBry
ers of the police department. The de
livery wagon, operated for Klieveras,
store at Gregory and Coyle street, was
The circuit court is in session here
with Judge A. G. Campbell, presiding.
The grand jurors have completed
their work and have been discharged.
Farmers are rejoicing over the re
cent fine rains and claim. crops are
Rev. R. J. Bryant, Mjrs. D. "W. Burke
and Miss Annie Parrish left this week
for Atlanta and will attend the South
ern Baptist convention.
Rev. Wiley F. Martin who conduct
ed services at Glendale Saturday last
returned yesterday after visiting with
friends in Glendale, - Pleasant Grove,
and Sandy Creek. He reported plenty
of fresh fish and" a good tunc.
Captaln X.ee Tucker who ' recently
removed his family from Freeport, to
Pensacola - was attending court here
this .week, returning home yesterday.
Captain Tucker advises that Pensa
cola will soon be his future home
Captain Mallie Martin (now in
France) expects to sail for the United
.States on June 15, and hopes to ar
rive . home by July 4th.
Mr. J. J. McCaskill and family ; left
ithls week for Barrineau Park at which
place Mr. McCaskill has a mill. The
family will be greatly, missed by their
many friends here. :.;,- ; i .
Try this Powdered Soap Today!
raEidiisa's Powdered Soap
Saves TIME Saves WORK Saves SOAP
Your Grocer Has It!
Trains Concert Fianists, Teachers and Beginners.
Regular Weekly Lesson, at Pupil's Residence, One Dollar;
Half Hour-Lesson, Two Dollars
The Clutter Music House. Phone 15.
1'ensacola Launch & Ala
WILLARD SERVICE STATION
WilUrd Storage Batteries and Re
pairs of all Makes
Twvo Sets Marine Wayi Machine
Shop In Connection.
Now Located at
Room 405 Amtrean Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Fire, Accident, Health, Life, Liability,
Court Contracts and Surely Bends.
3ust Try a Pound or
Guaranteed 5000 Milc3
Sportsman's Supply Store
Chas. H. Kupfrian
FAITH. HOPE AND' CHA!
and the Greatest of these is CHARITY
JJONEST no did you really, think that the pale, frail girl in the dark blue
bonnet who begged a. few pennies from the busy passer-by would ever
do all she did for our boys? She surprised you. Yes, you'll admit she made
a big sacrifice took a big chance and made good.
-yAnd what do the doughboys think of her? Every one of them would go
through a Hell ten times worse than even Prussianism could conceive to pay
back his debt to .her. Well, if she's his friend she's yours. Now show your
gratitude for the work she did "over there" by making her work over here
a little easier;
i OVER HERE
J When she corhes back and let's not overlook her bigger brother there'll
b Py"0? old work to do right here. Disease and crime don't call
o their activities for even a world v.nr. -
Dank, dismal alleva reeking with destitution and despair loom up to take
the places of the mud and blood soaked trenches of France. They are the
battle ground on which Christianity must flght to redeem fallen humanity.
If you could grasp just an inkling of the good and happiness your monev
can bring, how glad you'd feel to give, go be a good fellow help the Lass
who fed doughnuts to our lads, for gome day, maybe, one of these same lads
WP? 4 i0T yw ln Frapce rnay need her help again. And you're not the kind
who 2! Jet money stand in the way of helping him and his, are you?
To be raised n a new waywithmit the old familiar tambourine, Even cent
of i tQ be gpent in America for Rescue Hom.es, Orphanages, Hospitals. "Lodg
ing Rouses for the Peer, Day Nurseries, Infant Shelters, Industrial Centers,
pee Clinics anc Pispensarjes, Fresh-,Air Farms for Tenement Children. Shel
ters fer the aged and helpless, Free Employment Bureaus, Prison and Rescue
Werk, Free Ice and Coal Stations. Comfort and Aid for the American bov
who fought in the war and for their families and relatives.
With your money a man's body and soul can be held together.
Qm refuse to hep? 1
May 19-20 Si 8,088,000 for Humanity
16 Minutes With Sergt. Morningstar
Sergt. Morningstar, who has done his bit, and who is just returned
from France, comes to tell us what part the Salvation Army took in the
trenches behind the lines, and in fact everywhere "Over There." During
Sergeant Morningstar's interesting talk on what he saw and experienced
whilst over there a reel of pictures will be shown on the screen, depicting
actual scenes, taken in France. See with your own eyes what the Salva
tion Army lassies did for our boys over there.
DAVE FRANK, one of the foremost singers in the U. S. will render
"Salvation Lassie of Mine," and other selections.
Come to the Following Theatres
and see and hear the reasons why you should "do your
bit" by giving to the Salvation Army Drive
Sergt. Morningstar and Dave Frank will appear Tuesday, May 20, at
BONITA THEATRE AT 2:15 P. M.
PASTIME THEATRE AT 4:45 P. M.
GARDEN THEATRE AT 7:15 P. M.
PASTIME THEATRE AT 8 P. M.
ISIS THEATRE AT 9:15 P. M.
BELMONT THEATRE AT 10 P. M.
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