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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1919.
MEN'S
SHIRTS
Shirts, some assort
ment, some patterns.
Some swifter mov
ing in color than
others, but all able
to winter a summer
without fading",
shrinking or skid
ding. Prices $1.75 up.
V?!
or
Summer
Clothing
Our Methods Are
unequaled
nni t .
line Empire
Way
is the best way
FRIDAY WAS
DAY OF WORK
IN THE HOUSE
NUMEROUS MEASURES OF GENE
RAL INTEREST AND IMPORT
ANCE WERE UP AND MANY ACT
ED ON. il j,.!
(BY JOHN C. TRICE.) 1
Tallahassee, May 31. The Friday af
ternoon session of the house was as
full of work as the morning session,
with the result that a large number of
bills were passed, besides a large
amount of other work being gotten out
of the way. f
The first bill taken up was a senate
bill regulating the compensation of
county solicitors, fiixing the montly
stipend at $3.00 per day and a fe
of $5.00 to felony and $3.00 in misde
meanor cases in counties of less thar
90,000 population, where there is less
than two circuit Judges. It passed.
Mr. Wicker called up senate bill 420,
amendatory of Florida drainage dis
trict act. It provides for the levying
and collecting of tolls on the drain
age canals in the Everglades district.
It passed. - ' ' ' '
Mr. Williams, of Polk, called up sen
ate bill 763, providing a pension for A.
J. Poland, of his county. The bill
was said to be recommended by the
pension board as a meritorious one, but
could not be put on the rolls by them
for lack of certain proof. It passed, 43
to 8.
Mr. Miller called up senate bill 23,
authorizing corporations in this state
to issue two classes of stock. . It was
amended by Mr. Epperson, of Levy
county, so as to protect the holders of
common stock, and then passed.
Mr. Roebucks good gasoline bill came
back from the senate with several
amendments, which he asked the house
to concurr in. The request was grant
ed. This bill requires the inspection
of gasoline and prescribe the manner of
doing so.
The senate amendments to the house
bill relative to the state fire insurance
department were read and concurred
in by the house.
House bill 191, came back from the
senate with a substitute amendment
striking out everything after the en
acting clause and proposing an entirely
new bill. The speaker asked whose
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Proprietor
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BANK
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CAPITA- STOCK Paid In 5C0,000
LIBE
RTY
Theatre
TODAY AND TUESDAY
(THE LOCAL NEWSBOY)
PRESENTS HIS
66QDDD QDAOSflE D)o99 ,N
66TT&De AoflcttOoiraeer99
An Adaption From the Play of David Warfield, Interpolated
with Up-to-Date Songs and Dances. ,
JOE MACK HAZEL JOYCE - JOE BENNETT
New Scenery, Big Beauty Chorus, Good Singing.
Folks, this Tabloid Musical Comedy Company has been organized here
and Pensacola is its home town. It is owned by a boy you all know well,
Ed Bernstein, the newsboy at Intendencia street. Patronize home in-
dustry and effort. Go to the Liberty and give him a boost give the
new company a rousing big: send-off. Change of bill Wednesday.
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- "aal
Other Flours may
promise much, tut
Rising Sun
SUPERLATIVE SELF RISING FLOUR
KEEPS THE FAITH
It fcives you LIGHTNESS, WHITENESS and
PURITY combined with RICH NUTRIMENT
and PERFECT LEAVENING.
WELLES-KAHN CO.,
Pensacola. Fla.
'4VVVV
bill it was,-and on being told it was
Mr. Wilder's bill, from the speaker's
stand, "Mr. Wilder moves that the sen
ate amendment be adopted. All those
in favor of adopting the senate amend
ment will say I, those opposed will
say no." Two members voted "I"
and the "amendment" was declared
"adopted." The bill relates to taking
acknowledgements in foreign countries.
Mr. Lewis marriage lisence law was
returned from the senate with an iron
clad amendment making it necessary
for the contracting parties to have
the written consnt of both parnts,
sworn to before an officer, before the
county Judge may issue a license, if
they, the contracting parties, be under
21 years of age. Mr. Lewis moved that
the amendment be concurred in and
the house gareed.
The senate bill authorizing the sec
retary of state to furnish certain law
book, without cost, to law department
of te University of Florida, was taken
up and passed,
r
Senator Oliver's concurrent resolu
tion autorizing the appointment of a
committee of one from the senate and
one froia the house, to secure a dona
tion of land on the proper location for
a monumen' to mark the site of the
old town of St. Joseph was passed.
The committee is directed to make tis
report and recommendations to the leg
islature to meet in' 1921.
The Singletary bill was returned to
the house with a notice that the sen
ate had refused to concur in the housa
substitute amendments. The house re
fused to recede from it amendment, and
the matter was left there. The mo
tion to refuse to recede included in it
a request for the appointment of a
conference committee cn the part of
the house, but the committee was net
announced during the afternoon.
Senate bill 243, relative to the pub
lication of certain school books for use
in the public schools of Florida, was
called up by Mr. Lewis. It was
passed, 49 to 1.
Mr. Williams called up his motion to
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PASTIME Theatre
Today and Tuesday
Scientists call him a
Brontosaurus
He eats 700 lbs. of
food a day.
He weighs 37 Tons
and is 86 ft. long".
SEE HIM IN
"The Ghost of
Slumber Mountain"
ALSO
Kitty Gordon in
"The Scar"
AND A
Two Reel Screaming
Comedy.
Popular Prices
10c and 20c
No Tabloid Show
This Week.
iiBinnria
is Calling
Tttlaa of Booklet
NewBngUuid Lakes and Uooo.
tain
New Enctand Shore north and
east of Boston
Nrw Bsalaod Shore south of
Boston
a
New Jersey Seashore ,
Adirondack and Thousand
Islands
a
Saratoga Sprint. Ia s-aQeorsje.
and Lake Champlain
a
Kaacara PaHs
Calling you tb'the woods
and, lakes of Maine,
where game fish rise to
the fly and guides paddle
silently over still waters.
Calling you to the White
and Green Mountains,
with their noble outlooks, magnificent roads, golf,
and charming society.
Calling you to its seashore, north and south of
Plymouth Rock Bar Harbor, Cape Cod, Narra
gansett, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket. New
England is one joyous land of vacation pleasures
and sports, sunshine and youth.
THE RESORTS OF NEW YORK STATE the Adirondack
Mountains, Thousand Islands, Niagara Falls, Saratoga Springs,
Lakes George and Champlain are everywhere known as outdoor
playgrounds of surpassing beauty and historic interest.
ON THE NEW JERSEY COAST from Cape May to New York
Bay, Atlantic City, Asbury Park, Ocean Grove forty world
famous beaches with every seaside attraction, and, seemingly, all
the people in the world.
The 'United States Railroad Administration invites you to travel
and offers Summer Excursion fares. Your local ticket agent, or
the nearest Consolidated Ticket Office, will help plan your trip.
Illustrated booklets of the sections mentioned, giving lists ol
hotels end authoritative information, etc, have been prepared.
Write for them. Mention the section you desire to visit. Address:
United ;Seates -Railroad -Administration
Travel Bureau
1 Liberty Street
New Tort City
Travel Bureau
646 Transport tioix Building
Ctifcago
Travel Bureau
602 Healey Building
Atlanta
ItlfgfllfflFllfMflllllffg
reconsider the vote by which the house
passed the general appropriation bill
yesterday afternoon. The motion was
not insisted upon, and upon the state
ment that the attorney general had
decided that the bill as passed was
all right from a constitutional point
of view, the motion was laid on the
table.
The appropriation bill for the hos
pital at Chattahoochee, the boys re
formatory school at Marianna and the
girls reformatory school at Ocala, car
rying close onto one and a quarter mil
lion dollars, was called up by Mr.
Bryan, of Osceola, and was under con-,
sideration when the house recessed
until 9 o'clock tonight.
At the beginning o fthe house ses
sion in the morning, Mr. Epperson, of
Levy county, offered a resolution pro
viding for a memorial service to be
held in the hall of the house of rep
resentatives for the purpose of com
memorating the soldiers of the late war
who gave up their lives in defense of
their country. Mr. Lewis, of Jackson,
moved that the hour named in the
resolution, five o'clock, be made to read
3:30. This was agreed to nad the
resolution unanimously adopted.
Mr.' McLeran, of Suwanee county,
got the house to adopt a concurrent
resolution offered by himself, permit
ting the secretary of state to use $20f
for hiring some one to assist him in
preparing the session laws for the
printer and reading proof on same.
Mr. Surrency, of Xassau county,
called up a house bill, introduced by
himself for the relief of W. H. Garland,
of this county. After it was discov
ered that the bill was for back pen
sion money other than that allowed
by the board of pensions, the bill was
indefinitely postponed by a vote of 27
to 21.
OBITUARIES.
SaSSBKBBSBSES S's 2
MRS. PAULINE PERRY.
The funeral services of Mrs. Pauline
Perry, whose death occurred yester
day morning at the family home. 434
East Zarragossa street, will be con
ducted this afternoon at 4 o'clock by
rtev. Mr. Moffett, following which in
terment will be in. St. John's ceme
tery. Pallbearers, selected from among the
inmaie friends of the deceased and
the family, will embrace Messrs. T. T.
Todd, Dave Levy, Willie Bell. V. B.
Ferris, W. TV". Watson and A .F. Pad
erick. The pallbearers are requested to
meet at the house.
MRS. CLAIRE E.
LONGLEY DIED
THIS MORNING
Mrs. Clarie E. Longley, 28 years old,
sister-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tvr.
Bullock, died this morning at 1 o'clock
at the Pensacola Hospital following an
If you Intend visiting New Orleans this week,
don't fail to witness Nazimova's first Quarter
Million-Dollar Super-Production. "THE RED
LANTERN," showing at the Strand Theatre,
South's Greatest Show.
Can YOU Solve the Mystery of The Crimson Gardenia?
L, tm ir. ......
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Do you know
who murdered
Emil Le Due?
Who were the
masked and hood
ed men who hunt
ed and haunted
Roland Van Dam?
Who was the
girl in the case
TODAY
THRILLING MYSTERY
REX BEA
SAENGER AMUSE. CO
"THE CRIMSON
GARDENIA"
A Story of Four Crooks and a Mask of
Fate.
Was she In
league with the
counterfeiters, or
was this beautiful
French girl secret
ly plotting to
avenge a great
wrong?
. Why did famous
detectives "quit"
the Gardenia, rau?
Were they
afraid of the in
visible foe?
N L Y
MELODRAMA
CH'S
. PRESENTS
It Features a Notable
Cast Headed by
Owen Moore
(Husband of Mary
Pickford)
As the Fighting. Do-and-Dare
Adventurer
Tully Marshall
As a Broken -Down,
Dope-Saturated,
Fiendish Crook,
Hedda Nova
As the Heroine.
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v ST y
-SMILING BILL PARSONS in "HAVE ANOTHER"
A Blimp of a Comedy that Will Drift
Cares and Worries
to the Gulf and Take Your
With It.
SAENGER INTERNATIONAL NEWS WEEKLY
REILLY'S ISIS ORCHESTRA
ADMISION, 10c AND 20c.
TOMORROW
WALLACE REID in "ALIAS MIKE MORAN"
HOUDINI in "THE DEATH NOOSE" (MASTER MYSTERY) VXM5
ISIS SEMI-WEEKLY LIVE-WIRE NEWS JkM!
TODAY
THE WONDERFUL
NAZIMOVA in
"OUT OF THE FOG"
Depicting the Smouldering Passions
of a Woman Who had Never seen
a Man.
THERE'S -A MACK SENNETT COMEDY. TOO
TOMORROW MARY PICKFORD in "CAPRICE'
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illness of short duration. Prior to the
time she was carried to the hospital
she had been making her home with
Mr. and Mrs. Bullock, besides whom
she has many friends in Pensacola who
death. The funeral arrangement will
be announced later.
Charley Butler at the First
are distinctly grieved by her untimely Baptist Chlllch. "
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ESCAMBIA JAZZ
ORCHESTRA
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GENTLEMEN 50c.
LADIES 10c
Including
War Tax
Renramlier We M Eyery Saturday
NiSiit From Now On, Rain or Sliiaa
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