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Icfil Reduce your doctor , i ll bill by keeping your Bodyguard- - 30f, &ott zq DR. LIVINGSTONE THE SPECIALIST What I Say Til Do, I WiD Do. Second Floor, Masonie Tempi, Pensacola. CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON LAUNCHES TO RENT TELEPHONE 204 Trip to Gulf Beach Daily at 2:30 p; m. MARSTON & QUINA West Florida's' Oldest Furniture House M'KEE REFRIGERATORS, GLOBE WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND OFFICE FURRNITURE. "Let Us Make You Make Good With a Kodak." REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE TTEne Ivi On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywnere THE KOZY KORNER Agents for Johnston's Milwaukee Candies "The Appreciated Chocolates' E. O'BRIEN MOTTA Leader of Orchestra Music furnished for dances, receptions and weddings. Special attention to out-of-town engagements. 212 West Cervantes Phone 813 McCann's Tire and Repair Shop Phcne 404 113 North Pai4fox Street BICYCLES New and Second hand . TIRES, REPAIRS Wilson -Biggs Co. "Home of the Dayton" 24 South Palaf ox. Street -'. t - YSPEPSIA" Distress after eating and gas stomach auinklv r rh SULFERRO-SOL s,6 -Wnnder medicine for Blood and mach diseases. Druggists sell it. MORRIS BROS. -LDIES READY-TO-WEAR GENTS FURNISHINGS ALL NEW STOCK Belmont and Devilliers Streets Let Us Renovate Your Old Mattress. . Pensacola Mattress Co, 910-918 E. Romana St Phone 1515. s .ssascDia flog 5 . ftwmg- Ladies G wen Away Opeaieg Bay The Pastime Theatre Fountain will have an Opening, Saturday afternoon from three to ten. Carnations for the ladies and cigars for the men. Five season tickets, good for all you will drink every day fewr the season for five of the most popular young" ladies visiting the fountain during the evening. Special arrangements have been made by Mr. Touart, the manager, for the selection of the five most popular ladies attending the opening Saturday, and prizes will be given. Come everyone, vote for your choice. We will tell you how when you enter. The new management will serve the very latest and most popular drinks, giving the best and most Courteous service at all times. Come enjoy the evening and take part in the friendly rivalry. Opening three to ten. . L CAPTAIN MUSTIN IS IN EUROPE WITH CROWELL, :. Captain Henry C. Mustin, U. S. I'm. who was in command of the naval air station here at the beginning of the war. la a member of the board which assistant secretary of war,- Crowell, ) a)tvr phTiH to ptiifJv aimlane manufacture and the peace time ppucy of aircraft With him as members of the board are Lieut.-Col. James A. Blair. Jr.. aide to Secretary Crowell ; S. S. Brad ley, of the Manufacturers Aircraft as sociation; Howard Coffin; George E. Houton, president of the Wright-Martin company, and Charles N. Keys, vice-president of the Curtis Aeroplane company. They will be joined in aris When Your Hair Begins To Fail Voul Need ffewbros Herpkide f)Pfi.9i-inf A8rter Ship a .... W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, Special Agent. Cylinders Reground Oversize Pistons, Rings and Pins fit ted, all Cylinders Ground on Heald Grinders. Prices reasonable. Runyan Company Pine and Jefferson Streets P. O. Box 236. ... .. Phone 420 Pensacola, Fla. An Atmosphere of Refine 0 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 FOR RENT ; Electric Vacuum Cleaners : Pensacola Electric Co.. Commercial Department PHOM 2010 - THE PENSACOLA JOUBNAR THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1919. . Ji iclkets 9 PASTIME THEATRE FOUNTAIN I by aircraft experts of the A. E. F., including Colonel Halsey Dunwoody, chief of the United States Air Service in France. ' As a result of conferences to be held with the air ministries of . England. France and Italy. Mr. Crowell said he hoped to fie able to aid the federal au thorities In bringing about a restora tion to the United States of the air supremacy which had been won by European nations, taking advantage of the fundamentals of aviation dis covered and applied by American pio neers. . ' The governments aim, the secretary asserted, was to encourage building up the airplane business to a basis siml lar in substantiality to that enjoyed by the automobile industry. Other wise, he said, in case of future war, tha nation would find itself in the predica ment which prevailed when America became a belligerent in the recent struggle, and was forced to depend upon associated powers for aircraft. Mr. CrOwell said that he did not know whether or nojt there would be a government subsidy of aircraft fac tories. "I imagine that the factories by get ting, the orders will be completely sat isfied and that we have enough bus iness for them in the United States without any subsidy," he said. NOTICE. I wish to announce that I have opened up in the old stand formerly of Mr. Kobel, and hope to favor all old cus tomers as well as new ones. Herman J. Papc; phone 1338; 103 North AlcanU street. 9469 NEGRO WOMAN IS SERIOUSLY CUT LATE LAST NIGHT Fred Goodrich, a negro, is alleged to haver seriously stabbed a negro wom an said to have been his wife at one time, late last night on East Garden street, according to information re ceived at the polite station The af fair is being investigated. It is un derstood that- Goodrich made his get away from the house soon after the cutting affair-. ; " ' . Besoeatin cm soys WW Never I 7 t it y Corn Flakes " i t . . PI sic I DEMOCRATS MAY RE-NOMINA1E PRES. WILSON Chicago, May 28. Describing the re publican party as an organization which complains and moves backward, and the peace treaty and League of Nations covenant as the greatest doc ument of human liberty ever prepared. Chairman Cummings, of the democrat ic national committee, today sounded the keynote for an aggressive presi dential campaign in 1920. Party lead ers declared they welcomed an Oppor tunity to make the peace treaty and league covenant an Issue. Until President Wilson definitely announces his attitude toward a third term, the party chieftains say there will b,e no ,discus9io.i of candidates. Political issues and plans for increas ing the efficiency of the party organi zation occupied the attention of the committee at today's sessions. The committee adopted a resolution con gratulating the president on his work at Paris in -connection with drafting the peace treaty and the League of Nations covenant and calling on the United States senate promptly to rati fy the document. ' returned service Men are aided by industrial effort Washington, D. C. May 17. That Industrial training is one Of the prac tical means of helping returned sol diers get back into' the ranks of in dustry is indicated by various in stances reported to the U. S. training iservice of the department of labor, in recent weeks. In Brooklyn a num ber of returned soldiers were sent through one firm's training depart ment and after taking the brief inten sive course of instruction given in the plant were able to join the regular working force. It is said that their work is of excellent grade, thought of course their output cannot equal the .output of those who have been at the job for a longer time. Similarly, In other parts of the country atten tion has been directed to industrial training as an aid in getting Jabs for our fighters who have been out of touch of factories and shops for many months.. In Chicago for example, of ficials of the Bureau for Returning Soldiers, Sailors and Marines, have conferred with the district representa tive of the U. S. Training Service with a view to Introducing the train -ing department idea wherever prac ticable. These training departments are maintained in the plants at com pany expense Government experts aid In planning them and In preparing the courses of training. - , , The chief function of the industrial training, it is pointed out, is to give men already in industry , better op portunities for self -Improvement. Wherever practicable the service ad vocates the establishment of appren ticeship courses. LOCAL ZCIJE LOOMGUPI ARfJY DRIVE PROGRESS COMPARES MOST FAV ORABLY WITH OTHE1R. ZONES IN GULF DIVISION AND IN THE SOUTHEAST. - Regarding the Salvation army cam paign, division headquarters at Bir- Jmingham, gives out the following in formation: n I The Pensacola xone is looking some j -what better now than a day or So ago, .out tne outlying counties are go ing .to have to go some if they get their quotas by Thursday night. Pen sacola, proper seemingly will raise its quota. ... The Florence zone has taken a spurt since the beginning of the week and now , has -more than a fighting chance to make good. Headquarters is responsible for the statement that this zone will have to fight every Inch of the wfty from uow until Thurs day night If victory is to be se cured. "While It is true." said Director H. D. Cullen, " that the campaign is looking better in the Pensacola zone, there is still a great" deal of money to be raised before the quota Is to pe reached. Everyone in the zone, should be interested In th campaign for tho reason that the efforts of the Salva tion Army is for everyone needing its assistance, regardless of who they arc or where they are from. The Chat tanooga zone has raised more money than either Birmingham or New Or leans, but even at that, Chattanooga still .has a long way to go. New Orleans is picking up some, and I am still hoping that zone will raise its quota, but if it does it will be because Somebody does some wonderful ..work between now and Thursday night. The Pensacola zone has the distinction of reporting the . largest individual subscription of any zone in the divis ion to date. This subscription was for. $1,300. Several other zones are now trying to beat that record, Pen sacola, however, like most of the other zones, needs several times thir teen hundred dollars to reach its quota. One thing and one thing alone lis holding thlj campaign back and that , is lack 01 solicitors. It looks as if people simply will not turn their money loose unless someone calls for lit. . j "Several other zones besides those ! 1 have mentioned are not In very good shape, but the people everywhere seem to be more interested than at any time since the campaign opened.and with hard work we still have a chance of putting the gulf division over. The city of Montgomery has raised its quota, but many of the counties In the Montgomery zone are still going slow." MANY DISABLED MEN CHOOSE BUSINESS TRAINING COURSES Washington, May 26. Commercial occupations, as bookkeeping, clerical work Stenography and telegraphy ap peal to disabled men who have a good general education and who are willing to devote a few months to intensive courses of training . Positions may be secured in a reasonably.' short time af ter beginning study, while those Who are more ambitious, withbetter educa tional qualifications may become ac countants, advertisers, secretaries, in surance salesmen, bankers or office managers by continuing their train ing in evening schools. . More than 1,200 discharged are be ing trained in these courses in busi ness schools and colleges. It is the policy of the federal board for voca tional education to utilize existing schools rather than to organise new schools for the purpose which is their privilege under the act. Many of these schools have had experience in training handicapped men and are now proving valuable aids in the work with wounded soldiers. BE PRETTY! Till Gil IB HI Try Grandmother's Old Favoritf Recipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Almost everyone knows tbat Sago Tea and Sulphur properly compounded brings back the natural color and lustra of the hair when faded, streaked or gray. Tears ago the only wajr to get this mixture was to make It at home, which Is mussy and troublesome. Now adays, by asking at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound.' you will get a large bottle of this famous recipe, improved by the addition of other Ingredients, for about SO cents. Jon't stay gray! Try Itl No ona can posibly tell that you darkened your hair, as it does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw-this through your hair, taking one 3m all strand at a time; by morning the gray hair dis appears, and after another application, or two your hair becomes beautifully, dark, glossy and attractive. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com- nntinil la A Atillrhtt ul toilet rfcrcn!1t tor youthful appearance. It is not ntended those who flesire oaric hair anl a. for the cure, mitigation or prevention of disease. Adr. fatson,Parker &Reese Co. Ii EVERYTHING TO WEAR Glove Sale .Friday 10 a. m., Sharp fOWNES That's jtSl jrou need to too?? hoot GLOVE Come on time to get your size and color, they will go quick at only 39 c As many as you want. Cash only, no phone order, exchanges, returns or C. O. alf Price UL-1 1.50 to $6 at 75C to $3 There are 1 to 4 pairs of a kind in filet Irish point, Venice edge, point de spre and others, real pretty patterns to close out before the new stock comes in later on. iimuri OUTAIWEER OF TENNESSEE IS WAR HER RETURNED FROM OVERSEES HE IS GIVEN SIGHT-SEEING TOUR ' ABOUT THE NATIONAL CAPI TAL. Washington. May Sergeant Al vin C. York, Tennessee's mountaineer war hero, pronounced by Marshal Foch and publicly acclaimed as the greatest hero of all, had a memorable day in' the national capital. Fresh from '.is remarkable recep tion in New York, in . which he saw everything but the subway, York came to town and escorted by Congressman Hull, of his native state, and a dele gation of admiring townsmen from Pall Mall, visited the war department, where he met Secretary Baker, the White House, where he met Secretary Tumulty and later the capitol. Three highly prized war decorations on the sergeant's blouse the congres sional medal of ; honor, the Distin guished Service cross, and the French Crox de Gurre and a record of twen ty Germans "popped off." with his trusty rifle; 132 Germans captured and 82 machine-guns put out of busi ness, all at a single exploit at the bat tle for Hill J6. 240 in the Argoiuie fighting last October, seemingly have not changed York ' and he still was the modest smiling Tennessean hi neighbors knew when he was only, an elder of the Church of Christ and Christian Union In his home town. York had no less a, time in the cap ital than he did in the metropolis. Worshipping bell boys and porters scqambled for the privilege of carry ing 'his kit bag and his equipment; statesmen and leaders of national life wrung his hand; admiring throngs crowded the street corners when he passed and choked the corridors of the public buildings where he went. He took it all in with an Interested air and dismissed the comment of those who argued that he really did not do what his commanding general said he did, with the comment that It would be "unchristian-like" to "bite back" just because they wanted to "bite at him." v "America owes you a great debt of gratitude," Secretary Tumulty told Sergeant York. Sergeant York modestly declined to Safeguard Your Constipation, biliousness end sick dition of the liver. Strong drastic drugs are too violent for the majority of people. reach the liver end correct the trouble without harming the delicate organs of the stomach. At ell drug stores 30c per bottle. Full directions vAth each bottle. If your druggist can't supply you. send order direct. They will be sent prepaid. LAMARINE LABORATORIES, Box 13, ATLANTA, GA. 13 1 Women's 75c to $2 Chamoisette and Siik Gloves Broken Jots, 2 and 16 button length, size 5 1-2 to 8, Chamoisette in white, black, natural col or, plain and contrasting stitching. Long silk gloves in black, white, :hampagne and red, some with contrasting stitch ing. To close out broken sizes left over from last season. Curtain Sale - '- 1- - - ' 1 -'. J-LWl.. .. JHli n recount his explolis id set off in a corner "of Mr. Tumulty's office while Mr. Hull did the talking. When the sergeant departed, Mr. Tumulty wished him good luck. Ser geant York said before' leaving the White House that he would return t Camp Merritt tomorrow where ho hoped to receive his discharge in a few days. "Then 111 go home and see mother," he said. York, v Mr. Hull and Secretary Tu multy posed for motion- pictures in front of the White House. Rub-My-TIsm is a great pain killer. It relieves pain and sore ness caused by . Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. -adv bolsheviki in trouble With home forces London, May 28. The Bolshevlki are faced by further internal troubles and an official statement heceived here by wireless from Moscow refers to the in ternal front where an advance against Vinnitsa has been stopped. There has also been an uprising . against th 3 soviet in the district of Shunga around Lake Onega, northwest of Petrograd.' WORSE THAN DEADLY POISON GAS Kidney disease Is no respector" of per sons. It attacks young and old alike. In most cases the victim is warned of the approaching danger. Nature fights back. Headache, indigestion. Insomnia, lame back, lumbago, sciatica, rheuma tism, pain in the loins and lower ab domen, difficulty in urinating, all are indication of trouble brewing in yous Lidneys. When such" symptoms appear yon will almost certainly find quick relif ia GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules This famous old remedy has stood the test for two hundred years in help ing mankind to ght off disease. 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