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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1919.
4 w SUtfi!t to be able to pick pat terns like these, said a customer to our ' sales man. 'I always like to linger longer 'round your shirt case. Your taste is great." So here we go; it's a gift for us great for you. Men's Shirts in Mad ras, Percale and Silk ; $1.75 to 10.00. - OK! Why dont you 9 PATRONIZE- f Jit. PRY CLEANING PRESSING Phone 322. . Qcsf q tiro HI t 'The Home of Good Service" Merchants' Lunch, 35c 214 South Palafox Street MARSTQN & QUINA ' West Florida's' Oldest Furniture House M'KEE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND OFFICE FURRNITURE. FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919 TTGu IvD On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywhere CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON LAUNCHES TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 Trip to Gulf Beach Daily at 2:30 p.m. WillC. Diffenderfer Jeweler Optician 14 South Palafox Street OHirn:B iilfT .AUNDRf DANCE DECORATION DAY PICNIC PROMISES TO BE BIG AFFAIR Keen interest is being: manifested in the picnic which Will take place at Fort Barrancas on Decoration Day, May 30, under the auspices of the "War Camp Community Service. Major Code, athletic officer at Fort Barrancas, promises a fast baseball game and a most interesting- push ball contest in the afternoon. The ney bat houses have been com pleted and bathing can be enjoyed by those desiring. Colonel Hughes has donated the use of the open air pavilion and the fine Barrancas band for dancing. The ladles of Pensacola who are in vited are expected to take basKet lunches, enabling; the men to enjoy some good home cooking:. The lladies furnishing- baskets are requested to send in their names, stating the num ber of men they will expect as their guests. ijO'G3 Those desirous of sharing this holi day with the service men should phone their names to W. C. C. S. office, phone 431, not later than 4 . 30 Wednesday, May 21, as the number of invitations is limited. Men from all branches of the service and all ex-service men are invited. Ladies who accept this in vitation must state how many - they are willing to prepare lunch for, as this picnic lunch will take the place of the mens usual mess. W. C C. S. is anxious to get in touch with all those people who made the picnic given by Col. Hughes on April 22 such a success. E C Z E CD A Is a blood disease and can only be re lieved by a specific like SULFERRO-SOL Used by thousands for Rheumatism, Indigestion. Eczema and other blood and stomach diseases. Druggist3 sell it. FOR QUICK SALE New Modern Bungalow, j ust completed, 5 rooms, bath. All modern improvements, well screened, garage. Lots 70x' 132 1-2. Good neighborhood. Northwest corner 18th Avenue and Cervantes St. For price see Watson Agency, phone 54. TODAY TODAY JANE AND KATHRYN LEE in "TROUBLE IN SIX A Rollicking, Mirthful Comedy Drama of Child Life. Excellent Orchestral GARDEN POPULAR Children 4s, plus lc tax A VERY UNIQUE Comic Opera ."BEHIND THE FRONT" Presented by High School Music Class. Portraying the humorous side of life behind th; lines in France as de-. dieted by the adventures of an American Congressman and his charm ing daughter, who were mistaken for spies "ovrr there." Featuring Beautiful Red Cross Nurses, Soldiers and an Attractive Chorus of Typical French Villagers. Musical Direction by Mrs. Nita Osborne Benn. Dramatic Action by Mrs. A. C. Reilly. P. H. S. Auditorium, Monday and Tuesday, May 26 and 27, 8 p. m. General Admission, 35c; Reserved Seats, 50c. Tickets for sale at Cen tral Pharmacy, Army and Navy Club, Y. M. C. A., from Students or at door. ' DE LUXE MUSICAL SCORE ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH The business world wants expert help. Let us train you. Pan American College PHONE 51 ' 274-289 BRENT BUILDING The Pastime Theatre . PHONE 66. Today Thru Thursday Joe Mall's Gloom Chasers in "A Day With the Ponies' SPECIAL The Australian Musical Millers and Miss Lola AUDITS RJ T.RAINES Public Accountant Auditor American National Bank Building, Pensacola, Fla. V McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. ; v INCOME TAX REPORTS EFFICIENCY ENGINEER TONIGE iraCKVILL HEADBOYSCOUT CAbiPAIGii HERE WIRES ACCEPTANCE TO NATION AL CHAIRMAN M'ADOO AND WILL GET BUSY AFTER SALVA TION ARMY DRIVE IS OVER. : ! : Postmaster B. S. Hancock yesterday wired to National Chairman W. McAdoo his acceptance of the position of chairman of the citizens' committee for Boy Scout week, which will be ob served all over the country from June 8 to June 14. ' The former secretary of the treas ury was appointed national chairman by President Wilson. State and city organizations are being rapidly com pleted and Postmaster Hancock will start work on the Citizens' committee here as soon as the Salvation- Army drive is overf He is zone chairman of this organization, . Mr. McAdoo's telegram to Postmas ter Hancock, received yesterday and promptly accepted, follows: "Chairman J. F. C. Griggs, for your state Boy Scout week, July 8 to 14, has nominated you, and I take pleasure in appointing you chairman of - the citizens" committee for your commun- : ity,' pursuant , to President Wilson's proclamation. The splendid war serv ice by the Boy Scouts of America is convincing evidence of the movement's value. The Boy Scouts program builds character and the preparation for citi zenship, and training is of the highest MAKERS ACTS Accompaniment PRICES, AS USUAL Adults 13c, plus 2c tax PRODUCTION The Liberty Theatre Today Thru Thursday Shear's Ship Ahoy Girls in "Caught in the Draft" Good Comedy- Singing Dancing COST SYSTEMS ii i.; ' Give it in Time Ererv mother knows lht cougL and Jold, neglected, may lead to the mort dread dketaea. Croup, bronchitu, pneu monia and consumption often have their beginning in a alight cold. The wise mother give Foley's Honey and Tar t the first signs of cough or cold. . She knows it atop coughs quickly, puts a soothing, healing coating on an inflamed and tickling throat, and gives a feeling of warmth and comfort to the sufferer. ' ' Mr. M. E. Schlarb. AihUnd. Peon., write. : 'Foley's Hooey sad Tar is th beat cooh ! . cold remsdy 1 have ever tried. When my Hrtl -girl Seta a cold oa her chert. I ito her Stew deaea, sad U rclicrea her risht swajr. . Sold Evry where. educational value. Please appoint a strong committee and convene immed iately, following the proceedUre out lined in manual obtainable from local scout officials. Earnestly hope you accept by wire immediately. "W. G. M'ADOO." SUPREME KNIGHT K. OF C ENDORSES SALVATION ARMY James A. Flaherty, supreme knint of the Knights of Columbus, has giv- jen his endorsement to the $13,000,000 (home , service fund campaign which the Salvation Army ; will conduct in the week of May 19-2S. Mr. Flaherty, from the headquarters of the Knights of Columbus, in New Haven, Conn., wrote to Colonel Richard E. Holz, at the Salvation Army headquarters, in Philadelphia, according to information received by the Salvation Army head quarters in this city, as follows: ' , "Dear Colonel: My attention has been called to the campaign you are to 1 launch during the week of May 19-26 to raise a fund in the United States of $13,000,000 for the perma nent work of your organization in this country. "In view of the great work done by the Salvation Army here and overseas for our boys during the war, I am sure the. American people will not fail to respond most generously to your worthy-appeal. - ; '"I - sincerely hope - the campaign will be a success and I beg to assure you of my desire to promote it in any way in my power. "Sincerely yours. "JAMES A. FLAHERTY." BILL TO CREATE GLADES COUNTY IS PASSED OVER (BY HERBERT FELKEL) Tallahassee, May 20. Informally passed over on the calendar by mo tion of Senator Johnson was the bill to create Glades county, which had been reported , without recommendation, when it . was reached by the senate. Senator Malone said he would consent for the bill to be informally passed but he wanted it understood that it was not to be taken up in his absence, that he wished the senate to regard it in the same manner as if he had introduced the bill, because it affected his district more than any of the other two. Sen or Wilson, whose district is also af fected, told friends of the proposed new county that he would consent to not consider the bill today, that he would do anything, in fact, to accommodate them, except vote for it. DR. CESSNA FIGURES IN DAMAGE SUIT IN CITY OF CHICAGO Chicago, May 20.: Miss Julia B. Murphy was awarded $30,000 damages for malicious persecution here Satur day by the jury which heard her $100. C00 damage suit against Dr. Charles 12. Cessna. . Miss Murphy charged that Dr. Cessna, after showering her with gifts and favors, suddenly changed his atti tude toward her to the extent that he leat her and that, after she left his employ, he circulated defamatory state ments about her. She filed suit for $50,000, charging assault, and -Dr. Cessna retaliated by causing Wr arrest on charges of em bezzlement. Miss Murphy was' acquitted 'of " thtj embezzlement alleged and sued Ir. Cessna on charges of malicious perse cution for $100,000. REALTY TRANSFERS. Pensacola Apartment House Co. to F. E. Osgood, -. Trustee, Aug. 23, 1910, $1.00 and other considerations, Lot 6. Block 21. East Pensacola. , McMillan Mill Co. to A J. O'Farrell, Nov. 5,1 1913. $1,000, SE 1-4 of SW 1-4 Sec 22, NE 1-4 of NW 1-4 and S 1-2 of NW 1-4, Sec. 27. Tp. 5 R 32 West. :.. W; C. Beck and wife to A. J. O'Far rell, May 23, 1917. $1.00 and other con siderations, S 1-2 of NW 1-4 of SE 1-4 Sec. 16, Tp. 5 N. R 32 West. Maud B. Riff el, widow, to Nettie F. Riff el, -"May 12, 1919, $1.00 and other considerations, 100 acres in Joseph Maura Grant See. 4, Tp. 2 S, R 30 West. - ; ;' -.; Jas W. , Andrews and wife to A. P. Clubbs, Nov. 22, 1918, $1.00 and other considerations, 51 feet of lots 13. 14 and 15, Block 27, East King Tract. Keyser Auditorium UEim BRICEN TO SPEAK FOR SALVATIONIST HERO OF FAMOUS PRINCESS PAT REGIMENT WILL TELL WEST FLORIDA PEOPLE OF WAR EX PERIENCES. ; Lieutenant William Bricen, member ot the famous Princess Pat Canadian J Regiment who is one of the mos: forceful speakers in this country, will address large audiences In this zo le beginning today in Pensacola in the interest of the Salvation Army Home Service Fund, May 19-26. Lieut. Bricen wears many medals and special citations for exceptional bravery in tattle and is the man who killed the cousin of Count Bernstoff .i'k' " !Vf The executive committee cf this zone ,js congratulating itself over se curing Lieutenant Bricen for part of the campaign. v The boys who have returned from overseas have endorsed the Salvation Army and the people of this state know' their boys well enough to know that in their usual frank manner they have given voice to their real feel ings: :. " "The Salvation Army will get twice the amount it is asking for," is a fav oiite expression with them. Every where these returned" soldiers are banding themselves together to aid in the Salvation Army Fund campaign. and they will go "over the top" in this instance just as they did when they started the Hun back toward Berlin. "The same spirit that put over past var campaigns will put over the Salvation Army Home Service Fund," said Earl Brewer, chairman, Gulf Division, "There is not now nor has there ever been the slightest doubt in my mind as to the possibility of the campaign being anything but a success.. "The Salvation Army has been do ing for years a wonderful work among fallen humanity, and the. time has "now arrived when it is to reap its just re ward in that the people of this coun try have at last realized what a won derful power for good it Is, and e people will all contribute in order that the Salvation Army may be enabled to carry on its great work." "As the people of the Gulf Division are called upon during the" campaign, I am sure they will all respond lib- rally." .. .. Cured His RUPTURE i was badly ruptured while liftin a trunk several years ago. Doctors said my only hope of cure was an operation. Trusses did me no good. Finally I sot bold of something that quickly and completely cured me. Years have passed and the rupture has never returned, although I am doinj hard work as a carpenter. There was no opera tion, no lost time, no trouble. I have nothing to sell, but will give full information about how you may find a complete cure without operation, if you write to me. Eugene M. Pullen, Carpenter. 71E Marcellus Avenne, Manasquan, N. J. Better rut out this notice and show it to an v others whn re ruptured you may save a life or at least stop ! the misery of rupture and the worry and danger of an operation. An Atmosphere of Refine- x - ' ment. ; , COOL, CLEAN, QUIET All the delicacies of the sea son properly prepared and served. Choice of a'la carte or table d'hote. SAN CARLOS MAIN CAFE "WHITE HICKORY" and "CONSOLIDATED" FARM WAGONS Consolidated Gro. Co. INGRAM OPTICAL CO., WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES X PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. AUTOS FpR HIRE With or Without Drivers. SEE BOB BOB'S TAXI 19 EAST GARDEN STREET " PHONE 333 C Mack Sennett AND- R3C2R3A AD.r.3AID)IBE ssTTDi3E FC2EDI3)5lcfy COW Wherein She Plays a Dual Role in Sensational Oriental Screen Drama. PATHE REVIEW Slow Motion Photography Showing Beautiful Girls Doing Mermaid Stunts (fiwoin sJv-it "Sa wo""Sr IS in "A A Story of THERE'S A POLITE COMEDY, TOO "PEGGY'S BURGLAR" . D. W. GRIFFITH'S ...ir..-, BE VO IS NOT A "NEAR BEER" " being no more like beer that grape juice is like wine, or pos turn like coffee. The Lewis Bear Company Distributers ii Presented By HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC CLASS High School Auditorium Monday and Tuesday, May 26-27 ' 8 P.M.- . "EVERYTHING IN DRUGS" HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D. "Only the Best" 212 South Palafox Street Phone 846 LOUIS D. ROBINSON 209 Thieson Bldg. SIGNS Show Cards and Slides B ALKCOM DRUG CO "THE PRESCRIPTION 8T0RE" Phone 19 or 123 TODAY ThruTomorro, Plu.T. This i3 our ! OI an em. barrassfng po. sltion to be in. .Also of in,je. scretion Per. sonified. But Hack Sennett Come Sies are all that way. That's what makes -em tasty to the motion picture .0 CHESTER CONKLIN is the "Lochinvar (a-hera a TO DAY t TOM MOORE MAN AND HIS MONEY the Bright Lights an"d a Youth Who Turned Them Down. - 1 "!' lll.llillllllllWiWWpHllWll I JIHIL ,1. ,111.--, TOMORROW "THE GREAT LOVE" .iiaha i-tiT"-"" jL-"" mm tti i i mi n "ii mini mm m iiii iiim1 PRF.n r WATTK J THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN 915 American Bank BIdgr. Phone 912. Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. GENTLEMEN 50c. 1 lirn r Including LiuiLo tree w- t-