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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1919.
STYLISH STRAWS The same styles are being; shown on Fifth Avenue. We have even tried to copy the Avenue way of putting them in the win dow, but we haven't copied the Fifth Avenue method of pricing. Prices 2.50 to 510. XT We Dust and Steam Every Suit Before Pressing You can't get this service at any old place. Phone 322 EMPIRE LAUNDRY "Where Linen Lasts" HOUSE SENDS LMIORIAL TO U. S. COKGRESS HOKE SMITH BILL PROVIDING FOR ENGINEERING EXPERI MENT STATIONS IS GIVEN ENDORSEMENT. BY JOHN-C. TRICE. . Tallahassee, May 21. Mr. Parrish; of Brevard county, got the house to adopt a concurrent resolution;, endors ing the Hoke Smith bill before the congress, providing for the establish ment of engineering experiment sta tions in the several states. The res olution reads: , A concurrent resolution memorial izing' congress relative to bill "in con gress proposing the establishing - of engineering experiment station in the various states. Whereas, the need of developing the natural resources of the United States has long been felt, and especially em phasized , by our recent war experi ences, and ..''' Whereas, the encouragement of our industries and commerce of all kinds through organized engineering and in dustrial research will be a very im pirtant factor in the solution of our state and national labor problems, and Whereas, we have observed the in calculable value of the work of our agricultural experiment stations for the past thirty-two years, and r Whereas, a bill has been introduced by Senator Hoke Smith in the special session of congress which proposes to establish engineering experiment stations in the states and in connection with institutions of higher technical education for the promotion Of engineering ' and indus trial research as a measure of indus trial, commercial, military and naval progress and preparedness in times of peace or war, and V Whereas, the -work of the proposed engineering experiment stations as set forth in section 2 of the bill is greatly needed and will be very helpful to tho development of the industries and nat ural rsources of Florida, and Whereas, the engineers, scientists and industries of America have play ed Such an important part in the pres- Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls! 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Therefore, Be It Resolved: That in accordance with the recommendation of the governor of Florida, the legis lature of the state of Florida, in regu lar session, hereby expresses . its en dorsement of this act of the congress of the United States in making ap propriations providing for the estab lishing of the proposed engineering experiment stations in each state and territory, and recommends that . the beenfit of this long needed important legislation be secured to the people of the United States by the passage of this act of congress at. the earliest possible date and that a copy of this Lresolution be sent to the president of the United States, the secretary of commerce, Senator Hok Smith, to the chairman of the senate committee on labor and education and to the chair man of the house committee on edu cation having this bill in charge, and territories I also to each United States senator and congressman from the state of Florida. est a&irei of "The Home of Good Service" Merchants' Lunch, 35c 214 South Palafox Street MARSTON & QUINA Went Florida's' Oldest Furniture House M'KEE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND OFFICE FURRNITURE. 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CITY REGISTRATION LIST TO BE PURGED SATURDAY MORNING A special meeting of the city com missioners next Saturday for the re vision of the registration list was ar ranged for at a special meeting held at, the city hall Tuesday afternoon. It was announced that anyone whose name should be added to the list may appear at the meeting at ten o'clock Saturday morning to present his claim, while it is expected that some names now on the list will be dropped for reasons that will develop. The list is to be published shortly, having been re ceived by the commissioners from the city registrar at the meeting yesterday. ALLIES 'PLUCK II RUSSIA IS MOSTNOTABLE OFTEN ANTI-BOL FORCES IN "FROZEN AREAS OF NORTH ARE OUTNUMBERED FOUR TO TEN TO ONE. SHIPPING NOTES. The British steamer Matador, which came in port Tuesday from Tarn pico. fovixn hnnnd for . Liverpool with cargo, proceeded on her way after hav ing taken her tonnage of coal. The Australian steamer Australcraig. which came in port Monday for bunk er coal and for fumigation, sailed yes lerday morning as scheduled. Th local tuer Ximrod. towing the fcarse San Antonio light from Havana tame in yesterday, making the trip ii record time. She was just three days and two hours on the voyage, The barge will take another cargo of coal, it is expected for the Cuban port. A BIG SURPRISE WEDNESDAY GARDEN THEATRE Today Today in 66 TODD ID F TME TDRDES 99 Tomorrow VOdDELA ARIA in 66 99 ADMISSION ALWAYS Children 4c, plus lc war tax Adults 13c, plus 2c war tax MUSIC BY GARDEN'S POPULAR ORCHESTRA- ;Vill C. Diffenderf er Jeweler Optician 14 South Palafox Street 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 AUDITS COST SYSTEMS R. T. RAINES Public Accountant Auditor American National Bank Building, Pensacola, Fla. McCaskill Block, DeFuniak Springs. Fla. INCOME TAX REPORTS EFFICIENCY ENGINEER 'Archangel (Correspondence of The .rt.sosciated Press.) The Russo-Allied force which has been conducting the campaign against the Bolsheviki in this far northern region has been outnum bered by the enemy everywhere from two to ten to one. What they lack; in numbers, this force makes up in pluck, the pluck , that makes them stick tight under attacks by superior forces, although, they have not much interest in the Russian question and feel, candidly speaking, that the folks at homt in Washington and London and Paris are making them suffer the penalty of their inability to make up their minds as to what should be done in Russia. They grumble because they're here, and at the mistakes made by those at home and in Archangel who some times don't exactly understand the dis position of a homesick Yankee dough boy or British Tommie who is sitting, in the snow, in a frozen trench where impression on a man's heating ap paratus than if it' were a web of gossamer. But they go on fighting. Just the same. With all their hardships, these troops have confidence in their commander. Major General Edmund Ironside, a veteran of several British campaigns, and a six-footer physically who spends more time at the front than at head quarters in Archangel. They know th j general is looking out for them but they don't feel the same way about the folks at home. , To march for four or five days over snow trails, sleep on the cold, hard floors of peasant cottages at night in an atmosphere so thick that one couldn't even pour it, and' then to fight all day in fifteen below zero temperature, has been more or less routine for the Tanks up here. They have fought with signal bravery, when greatly outnumbered, and when sup port, because of the weather condi tions or the trails, failed to reach them. Nearly two score of the Ameri cans wear British or French ribbons for bravery in action against the Bol sheviki, and more decorations are on the way. The Yanks have gone on, day by day, grumbling but smiling '; about their hardships. They're not extraordinarily fascinated by the Russian "Barishnas", or young 'girls, and have a Yankee contempt for males who wear whiskers and kiss each other in the streets and speak a jawbreaking foreign language. They want to go home as soon as they can, and, to them, it seems that all Uncle Sam has to do to get them home quickly is to send up a lot of Regulars and Marines and finish th Bolsheviki quickly. The point of view of some of the American officers is illustrated by the remarks of one of The Associated Press correspondents. "H 1," he said, when he arrived here with other American reinforce ments last September, "there isn't any justice, no justice at all. We've been training at home at Camp Custer for months and months to fight the Ger mans. And then they send us up her to Russia, to guard stores, I supposi. The Bolsheviki can't fight, anyway, for they're nothing but an organized rab ble. We wanted to fight; we didn't join the army to watch these Russian revolute." This winter down in a 'snow-covered little, log hut, . thatched . with birch boughs, on the front, I saw this same young officer, half-frozen despite his fur coat and Shackleton boots, as hi waited at the field telephone while shrapnel from Bolshevik guns was bursting somewhere around us. "H 1," he said, "there isn't any justice, no justice at all. The war is ever in France and we're still up In these blankety-blank frozen swamps, fighting. Why, drt you know, I've had only two weeks relief since we landed. Been fighting ever since." "Whew", he ejaculated, as one of the shells burst a, bit close, "Getting closer. Those Bolshy artillerymen cer tainly can shoot." flffllfFUL IBWFH LAZY LIVED Calotabs, the Perfected Nausea- j less Calomel, Sets the Liver ' Right Without the Slightest c rsausea or ranger. f Feel mean, look yellow? Your liver Is out of fix! The poisonous bile 13 being retained in your system. You say I know calomel will' set me straight, but I hate to take calomel. Why not try Calotabs, the purified calomel that is as delightful to take as it is beneficial in cleansing the liver, and purifying the system? Calotabs give you all of the valuable medicinal qualities - of calomel but are entirely freed from the unpleasant and dan gerous effects. One tablet at bedtime with a swallow of water, that's alL No taste, no griping, no nausea, no salts. You wake up in the morning feeline fine, with a clean liver and a earty appetite. Eat what you pleas. f no aanger 01 sauvauun. Calotabs are sold only in original, paiod nackaees. price thlrty-flvo i Icents. The finest medicine in tho "World for biliousness, indigestion, iheadache and constipation. i So fine that vour druggist is authorized to re- rfund the price as a guarantee that you (will be thoroughly delighted wun wai- otabs. Adv. ...... TRAINING IN THE INDUSTRIAL LINES MORE POPULAR PLEAS OF GUILTY -ENTERED1 BY TWO IN RECORD COURT In the court of record yesterday two negroes pleaded guilty and received sentences, George Crawford, 60 days for train-riding and Robt. Randall four years in the county jail for stealing auto tires, Randall is the party whose operations are alleged to have been so distressing to auto owners recently. The Emerson forgery case is slated for hearing in the court today-.-: NINE PUPILS OF r BRENT SCHOOL ON MAY HONOR ROLL Pupils of the primary department of the Brent school, in charge of Miss Leonice Benton, appearing on the honor roll for May are Ethel Blan ton, Mil dred Blanton, Irene Emery, Dorothy Merrltt, Mabel Bovee, Aili Peterson, Elma Peterson, Derral Hood and Wil mer Baker. Washington, May 21. A very prac tical question which promises to be generally discussed' by high school and college graduates this spring is th economic and social value of industrial training. Interest in this theme is evi denced by the large numbers of let ters being received, from all parts of the country by the U. S. training service of the department of labor. This branch of the government has been in communication with all tho high Schools in towns of 2,500 and over in the United States and with ali American colleges and is supplying them with especially prepared infor mation on industrial training for use in writing graduation essays and ora tions The widespread interest in industrial training carried on in manufacturing plants, with the advice and counsel of this government service, indicates th-at school graduates of the present gen eration are turning to very practical questions for their final school-day discussion. ' -; : Letters, of inquiry to the training service show that the question of in dustrial training appeals especially to young people in towns and cities where there are manufacturing plants communities where industrial prob lems are very real and close at hand. The prospective graduates evidence a desire to relate their discussions to questions of immediate practical inter est. The ; success which has accom panied the establishment of training department in more than 300 plants in this country furnishes a wealth of material possession human interest and scientific value for sue in the ora tions and essays. , V . An Atmosphere of Refine ment. COOL, CLEAN, QUIET All the delicacies of the sea son properly prepared1 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 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. AUTOS FOR HIRE With or Without Drivers. SEE BOB BOB'S TAXI 19 EAST GARDEN STREET " PHONE 333 LAST TIME TODAY fi i 'Twas a dark night and there was . dirty work abroad CHESTER CONKLIN Louise Frazenda Phyllis Haver had entered upon FOOLISH AGE PAT HE REVIEW: Shows one of the most remarkable things in nature, "CIRCULATION OF THE BLOOD" as well as "DAUGHTERS OF NEPTUNE" (Slow 'Motion Photography) DE LUXE MUSICAL. NUMBER Violin Solo "MEDITATION" (From . "Thais' DON JOAQUIN SABADIE AND NORMA TALMADGE . in "THE FORBIDDEN CITY" A dramatic sensation with an Oriental theme ) TOMORROW- : WILLIAM S. HART in "THE POPPY GIRL'S HUSBAND" (The great love of a man. for his erring wife) 'V V L 111 tm 9. TODAY D. W. Griffith's "THE GREAT LOVE" 'A mighty story of the regeneration of women by war With Famout cast of "Birth of .a Nation" 10c-20c Plus Tax - Tomorrow NAZIMOVA in "Toys of Fate" BEVO IS NOT A "NEAR BEER" being no more like beer that grape juice is like wine, or postum like cpffee. The Lewis Bear Company Distributers it CZ5cxo.io Opera Presented By HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC CLASS High School Auditorium IVf onday and Tuesday, May 26-27 8 P.M. -.- "EV ER YT HING IN DRU GS" HAMILTON RUSSELL, P. D. 512 South Palafox Street 'Only the Best' Phone 816 LOUIS D. ROBINSON 209 Thieson Bldg. SIGNS Show Cards and Slides BALKCOM DRUG CO "THE PRESCRIPTION STORE" Phone 19 or 123 FRED C. WAITE THE LIFE INSURANCE MAN 915 American Bank Bids. Phone 912. Always the latest records in slock. PALACE $$ TRWRT.RY CO. DANCE TsNlVF WPl TT TTfTn nam Anderson Douglas' -Saxophone Jazz Band GENTLEMEN LADIES 25c 50c. Including War Tx