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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1919.
10 REPORT sistant. engineer connected with the Im provement. .They will not be permit ted to have access to the report with out authority from the chief of en gineers. ,.-.: "You are requested to communicate the foregoing- to any persons known by you to be interested in the Im provement and who, not being; known to this office,, do not receive a copy of this communication.' C mere is iar greater pleasure In traveling when you know your baggage will arrive unharmed. SENATE BILL DISPLEASES BAYOU U TODAY VORABLE C0DSSI01RS AND TOMORROW "5 - S UREA hfl 10c-25c I I njl '. 1 ";. REASONS FOR REPORT AS STAT ED THEREIN ARE THAT DEVEL OPMENT WOULD NOT BE NEC ESSARY TO COMMERCE. Baggage must go through many severe tests in the rush' and wear of present day handl-il ing, and handling is what does' the damage. : Prices $5.00 up. I k i--lMii ... " 'n'..-. J 214 South Palafox Street Merchants' Lunch, 35c "The Home of Good Service" THE CLOVER STUDIO 196 N. Palafox St. The Place Where Eodax Finish Is Well Done. For Summer Clothing Our Methods Are unequaled oe mid ire Way is the best way, Report unfavorable to the Improve ment of Bayou Texar. by government funds has been made by TV. E. A. Anderson, colonel of engineers, ia charge of the U." S. engineer's office, at Montgomery, Ala, and the reasons therefor are stated in the following communication to the Journal by Mr. Anderson, with reference to the con templated project and others of local Interest: "It having come to the notice of the undersigned that you have expressed an interest in the pending proposi tion for the improvement of Bayou Texar (Pensacola Bay. Fla.) you are, hereby Informed that the report there on, authorized by the act of . congress approved March 2, 1819, has been made and is unfavorable to the Improve ment. The prnlclpal grounds upon which the adverse conclusion are bas ed are: Improvement of this bayou would develop no commerce, except in facilitating the removal of tim ber, which can be floated out In small rafts; improvement of the bayou would not develop a public utility for com merce; a harbor of safety for small craft has been developed at Bayou Chico, and necessity for the develop ment of an additional facility of this character Is not apparent. "You are further notified that all Interested parties have the privilege of an appeal from this conclusion to the board of engineers for rivers and hanbors, a permanent body sitting at Washington, I. C, to which all examination- and survey reports of thi3 character are referred. Parties desir ing to do so may be heard on appeal by this board, either orally or in writing. Written communications should be addressed to the Board of 'JEJnglneers for Rivers and ' Harbors, Southern Building, Washington,. D. C, and should be mailed In time to be in possession of the said board within four weeks from the date of this com munication. If, however, you have important data to communicate to the board, which can not be collected and put in shape for prompt presentation within four weeks, th board should be Informed of this fact without delay, and request made for an extension of the limiting date for submitting information. If oral hearings are de sired, dates for the same may. be arranged for by correspondence with the board. "Any further information deeded may be obtained by application to this office, but attention is Invited tq the following regulations as to the man ner in which - such Information may be furnished: "Where Interested parties desire, data necessary for the preparation of their appeal to the board of engineers tow rivers and harbors. It will be given them verbally by the district officer. or, in his absence, by the senior as JVeather Report. R KB gSSKBEISSBEEBSEIHSlS S the Hallmark Transfer Co, All Kinds of Hauling Heavy Hauling a Specialty Phone 618 The Pastime Theatre The Liberty Theatre PHONE W. . " . t Today and Saturday Today, and Saturday De Wolfe's Show Girls Eddy Ford's Tom Boy Girls fa : w '. in t V r0 WIE ' V "A DUKE AND A PRINCE" Lady Trio Funny Comedians , , , , Good Chorus Banjo-Saxa- Pearl Lackner, ladv basso, phone and Guitar Playing Elsie Wright, soloist supreme. Good Singing Chorus SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR ONE WEEK ONLY June 2-3-4-5-6-7 The Pastime Theatre Will offer three series of pictures of exrtaordinary value and merit, in addition to the usual comedies. Mon. andTues. Wed. and Thurs. Fri. and Sat. "The Ghost of 4 Margaret Marsh A Waj. picture Slumber in Mountain" "Conquered a thriller and "The Scar" Hearts" tTh Unbeliever" Also a Comedy. Also a Comedy - And a Comedy Musical Selections by Pastime Popular Orchestra. But there will be no Tab Show. Popular prices will prevail. Adults 20c ; Children 10c, including war tax. Doors Open 2 p. m., Begins 2:15 p. m. (Compiled for the Journal by Weather Bureau Office.) Pensacola. Fla May 30, 1919. Sunrise, 6:49. Sunset, 7:44. Moonrise. 6:51 a. m. Moonset, 9:10 p. m. Next phase of the moon, 1st quarter, June 5th. .--. . High tide, 11:55 a. m. Low tide, 9:47 p. m. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. TEMPERATURE 7 a. m 74. 7 p. m, 76. Highest, 77. . Lowest, 69. Mean, 78. Normal, 78. Mean same date last year, 78. Accumulated deficiency this year to date, 2.96. Highest of record for May, 93 de grees. ' Ixwest of record for May, 44 de grees. RAINFALL For 24 hours ending 7 p. m., ".06. Total for this month to 7 p. m., 4.45. Normal for May, 2.68 inches. Accumulated excess this year to date. 18.11. HUMIDITY ,.. . , 8 a. m., 91. t . 1 p. m., 80. 8 p. m.. 80. BAROMETER " 7 p. m., 29.85. 7 p. m., 29.84. COUNTY GUARDIANS WILL NOT ApREE TO TAKE $20,000 OUT OF NEXT YEAR'S BUDGET FOR ONE PROJECT. - '; BUSINESS GIRLS WILL BE GUESTS AT SEABREEZE Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shepard will take a party of business and high school girls to Camp Seabreeze, Sunday, June 8, on the launch Martha. The Martha can accommodate but 50 passengers and for that reason all girls who wish to visit Seabreeze on that date are requested to register at the Patriotic League before June 1, or with Mrs. Beck at the chamber of commerce after that date. The guests are requested to bring lunches and be at the Pine street wharf before 9 a. m., because the boat leaves promptly at that hour. RECEIVE LEGACY FROM RELATIVE IN BROOKLYN Dispatches from Tallahassee yester day Indicated that the state senate had passed a measure at the instance of. Senator J. P. Stokes, authorizing the county commissioners of Escam bia county to issue warrants for $20, 000 for twelve months to provide money for building the Millview-Hllian road across the Perdido river. - It was In dicated that this sum of money would then be paid out of the taxes to be as sessed and collected next year. It was stated by officials at the court house, however, that the action had been taken without the knowledge and wish of the county commissioners. and that the legislation would not be acceptable to them unless it Should j provide for spreading the payment over more than next year's budget. The commissioners had made it plain at their special meeting "Wednesday that they could not spare as much as $20,000 in next year's budget for the Millview Lilllan road without depriving other enterprises to an unwarrantable sum usually applied in the budget for this district, . to the proposed improvement in the west end of the county, and Commissioner Gandy also agreed that he could relinquish a large sum; but Commissioner McCurdy felt that with the 600 miles of road to be maintained In his district, no curtailment could be made; and the other members seem ed agreed that his position was rea sonable. Not more than $10,000 was thus seen to be available from the next budget. .... " The commissioners avowed that they were anxious to see the road Improved as soon as possible and as well , as possible, and that they would do all in their power; but that as custodian ,of all the interests of the county they must insist that If $20,000 be spent at this time, arrangement must bs made by legislative enactment . to spread the cost over two or more years. ; ... :s- KSSSS IS BIgsaBllSEIKESi OBITUARIES. 2 be According to Information receivad here yesterday Charles G. Vogel of 1006 North Baylen street is to receive a share of the estate of his mother, the late Mrs. Martha . J. Vogel. of Brooklyn) N. T. The net value of the ' estate is ap praised at J 6,284. sz ana from this a sister of Mrs. Vogell is to receive $1,- 479.03. The remainder of the estate is to be divided equally between Mrs. "Vogell's husband and son. JESSE LLOYD. Jesse Lloyd 24 years old, died yes terday morning at his home, 1509 West Gadsden street, of typhoid fever, being the first death from that cause report ed In the city this season. Mr. Lloyd Is survived, by his father, W. A. Lloyd, and several brothers and sisters. The funeral sen-ice will be held at his late home at three o'clock this afternoon, and interment will be In the family lot in the Gull Point cemetery. OH BOY! It" has the circus beaten to a pulp. It makes a menagerie look like a.dog kennel. fCa a Super-Picture called "THE GHOST OF SLUMBER MOUNTAIN" And It's in one. reel but there is more in it than any ten you have ever seen. There' is a fight between two of these animals that will make your hair stand up. $1000.00 in real money is yours if you can prove that you have seen these monsters before. 4 You -vill see it on Monday and Tuesday at the PASTIME . Also Kitty Gordon in "THE SCAR" TIZ" GLADDENS SORE, TIDED fEET No puff ed-up, horning, tender. aching feet no- corns, or callouses. 'TIz" makes sore, burning, tired feet' fairly dance with delight. Away go tne aches and pains, the corns, cal louses, blisters, bunions and chilblains. ; TIz ' draws out the acids and pois- ,xms that puff up your feet. No matter1 how hard you work, how long yoii dance, how far you walk, or how long you remain on your feet. TIz brines restful foot comfort. "Tiz" Is maglcalj grand. Wonderful for tired, aching,' swollen, smarting feet. Ah! how com TortaDia, how happy you feel. -Tour feet just tingle for Joy; shoes never hurt or seem tight. - . Get a 25 cent box of "Tlx" now from, any druggist or department store. KnJ foot torture -forever wear smaller shoes, keep your feet fresh, sweet and (nappy. Just think! a whole year's foot comfort for tnly 25 cents. adv. IF YOU HAVE a proposition that has merit and you need money "to put it over, see me. " ' ViisiiSliU Lee Daniel. White Cool and Refreshing At Your Grocer or Druggist Ask for It The Lewis Bear Company Distributors - tt' 11 "4im0" ti i L - . . . .-.3'' A Feature that for Thrills, Daring Adventure's, Sen sational Feats, Hair-raising Fights . and Escapes, Has Never Been Equaled r - sa - iw - - ' OTHER FEATURES ISIS SEMI-WEEKLY - WIRE NEWS. MUTT , AND JEFF In "THE CAVE MAN'S BRIDE" -(Comedy .Cartoon) ; , With Henry B. Walthall as ' The Lone Wolf ' The hero of Louis Joseph Vance'g powerful novel, which appeared in the Saturday Evening Post. The story Is of too intricate a plot to admit of full details. Suf fice that "The Lone Wolf no longer a criminal but an Ain intelligence officer, is on th trail of a notorious Prn. i Intel death, of the SLone Wolfs . lo sian spy namei Eckstrom I Hi. . who is fesDonsihlo i i ' n - vic REILLT'S ISIS ORCHESTRA J I ifF.n c .'-L-'i-ti wife 'and child ViKf.S. -fejKS ft. - .muN'--g-jgiiju.'iiuai iii . - Mystery, Love. In- ' trlgue and Spy Plottlngs. A JOY: FEAST TODAY CONSTANCE TALMADGE Supported by Norman Kerry and Harrison Ford in - "GOOD NIGF AUL" MUTT AND JEFF Comedy Car "The Bolshevic" EDDIE POLO in T,H E C -Tomorrow- URE O F th e: circus r Vi 5 XS.:, Fir I tf W I. m -r,t 2&yi n f A I Vgi ' .-i- lip j? 1 y MEN lYOtFNG AND OLD COME TO M. & O. CLOTHING STORE J ' 319-321-323 South Palafox We Sell Clothes that Make You Happy, Styles and Quality that Make You Glad A Complete Line of STYLEPLUS CLOTHES, $25, $30, S35 HATS All Style Straps $1.50 to $8 Neckwear A Style and Color to Suit any man's choice 50c to $1.50 We have a line of Shoes for Men, Women and Children V -A iZPTr X We still have left, some of C those nobby ,: Summer Suits that are selling for $10 $12.50 $15 SHIRTS A beautiful '. selection, all the most pleasing colors. Solks, $4 to. $8.50. . , . Madras, $1.50 to $3.50.' Men's Pants 20 Reduction Choice of our entire stock. Also 10 reduction on Boys' Pants. J