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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1919.
8 ca Baseball, TWILIGHT LEAGUE MANAGERS ADOPT COMPLETE REGULATIONS The managers of the five teams en tered in the Twilight League, togeth er with about 25 interested players, met in the Journal office last night and made full plans for a successful 50-grame season to start Monday, June 16. A preliminary series of seven games will be played and the two most promising teams will open the league stason. A complete set of league regulations and playing rules was . adopted and each manager will be provided with a copy. The teams are to play for a cup to be iriven by the Pensacola Journal. One of tht'most important decis ions reached by the meeting last night, was that to send a committer consisting of the five team managers and Manager Stubbins 'of the East Hill park, to meet Mayor Sanders and make arrangements with him for the opening of the season and to discuss matters relating to the success of the league. The Woodmen of the eWorld man ager hs issted a call to all his play ers to meet it the hall at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Other managers are getting in touch with their players. Those pretent at the meeting last niht included: Richard Brown, John Olsen, Henry Wentworth, Earl VT. Uell. J. L. Caro, K. H. Weatherlowe. V. A, Gahleibeck, I. P. Burtt. Mack! Lewis, -W. C. Vlllar, M. D. Merntt. Theodore Fritch. Jr., F. J. Eagin, H. H. Rogers, G. R. Gahlenbeck, W. W. Bonifay, R.. D. Stubbins and Jack Bergln. The sched lie for the preliminary games follows: June 4 K. of C. vs L. & N. J June 5 W. O. W. vs Ship Yard. June 6 K. of C. vs Ship Yard. June 9 L. & N. vs W. O. W. ' June Y. M. C. A. vs Ship Yard. June 11 K of C. vs L & N. June 12 Y. M. C. A. vs W O. W. K YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 33 P! - E'ESSSI'SSSSIISISISS KOUTHERN. At Nashville, 0; Chattanooga, 3. Others rain. NATIONAL. At Boston, 1-5; Brooklyn. 3-1. At XeW York. 7-10; Philadelphia, 4-7. 'At Chicago. 7-2; Pittsburg, 0-1. At St. Louis, 4; Cincinnati, 7. AMERICAN. At Detroit, 5-2; Chicago, 2-1. ,JU Philadelphia, 0-3; New York, 7r10. At Washington, 4; Boston, 0. At Cleveland, 6; St. Louis, 3. ta si M GAMES TOD. ' SOUTHERN. Atlanta at Birmingham. 'Mobile at Little Rock. New Orleans at Memphis. I Chattanooga at Nashville. NATIONAL. ; Brooklyn at Boston. Philadelphia at New York. Pittsburg Kt Chicago. i Cincinnati at St. Louis. AMERICAN. Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at Cleveland. Boston at Washington. New York at Philadelphia. FAMOUS PLAYERS r 1 ROB'IRT H. VEACH. Robert H. Veac!t, outfielder, was born at St. Charles, Ky., June 29, 18S6. He throws right handed, bats either way, is 5 feet, 10 1-2 inches tail, and weighs 163 pounds. Veach played with the Eastern Illi nois Trolley League in 1908, was with Peoria in 1910-11-12. and was released to Indianapolis, which released him to Detroit in July, 1912. He has play ed with the Tigers since that time. ' In 1918 Vach took part in 127 gami's, batted .29 and fielded .977. 35P SOP 75P .mi in,L jtfL,,, L. A-,,,. ,, ta. M .L. h V--- ih!m ii -r jffl gluten J,:. 1, jr JOURNAL'S PAGE OF SPORTS "ALL THE NEWS THE RE'S PRINT TO PIT" Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Yachting, Boxing, Wrestling jaj 3? 3? THE PENNANT RACE 53 gBgSBSBS8S8 B,5fl SOUTHERN W. , L. Pet. New Orleans 22 13 .647 Little Rock . 17 14 .543 Birmingham..... 19 56 -5f Mobile : 17 17 -500 Chattanooga 16 18 .471 Atlanta 16 " -4" Nashville 1 21 447 Memphis 13 20 .394 NATIONAL. W. L- Pet. New York 24 8 .750 Brooklyn 18 12 -600 Cincinnati -.20 14 .58 Pittsburg ."..16 19 Chicago 17 16 Philadelphia 12 17 .414 Boston ...10 .19 -345 St. Louis U 21 .344 AMERICAN. W. 1- Pet. Chicago 24 10 .706 Cleveland 120 U -64o New York 17 H -607 St. Louis 15 15 .o00 Detroit 16 16 -500 Boston 12 17 -429 Washington 10 19 -34- Philadelphia' 6 22 , .214 m r& SI SIDELINE DOPE M B - R B H B S H B S B B H B T -S B B S That boy Bonifay has a happy smlifc even when he's in a corner. The Aviators were unable to get his "goat when they had three on and none out. O And at that there are few twirlers who can pitch a double-header and win both games. Bonifay's first one was a shut-out and the second should have gone eight runless innings. O Pfeffer, the Air Station flrst-sacker, got in bad with the crowd by grouch ing over Gordon's decision on a called strike in the opening frame. - -O He came through with a two-bagger in the ninth, however, and nearly took the game away from the Regu lars after it was on ice.' O Harry Vardon, the famous .English golfer, is to tour the United States. The Britisher was offered big induce ments, but his terms were: "Expenses and $2,000 for the Red Cross." O It is said that Charles ' Murphy, once owner of the Chicago Cubs and now a minority stockholder in that organization, is going to try to havo Mitchell fired as manager of the Bruins. - BaBBBBBBSBBBBKBH REALTY TRANSFERS. ' r, - 7? BBK'BBBKBBBSKKSBaa National Land Sales Co. to Rebecca Gordon Halmiek. Nov. 14. 1918, lM and other, lot 17, block 27. Fig City 'townsite. - Natloncl Land Sales Co. to Dorothy Frass, May 26, 1919. U-00 and other, lot 4, block 36. Fig City townsite. Banking. Savings and Trust Co., trustees, to Harold Woodraska, May 12. 1919. $1.00 and other, lot 27. block 6, Florida Home Orchards tract. C J. Jackson and J. J. Jernigan to M. L. Jackson. Sept. 30, 1918, $150.00, N 1-2 lot 3, S-D lot 8, secton 32, Tp. 6 N. R. 30 west. J. Whiting Hyer and wife to R. M. Pyle and wife. May 23, 1919. $1.00 and other, lot 3. in block 36. New City tract. Helena C. Cranby and husband to Helene E. Duddleston. April 15, 1919. $1.00 and other, lot 17 and E 1-2 13, block 116, New City tract. J. M. Williams and wife to Hazal Clair Williams, April 15, 1919, $1.00 and other, W. 80 ft. lots 1 and 4, block 19, East King tract. Rub-My-TIsm is a great Dain killer. It relieves pain and sore ness caused by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. adv always give you long and satisfactory ser vice. To insure receiving the utmost in garter value, take the time to ask distinct ly for Paris Garters. O STEIN &TCOMP1NY Maker Children's HICKORY Garters Chicago u, New York PAN-AMERICAN UNION LINKS ALL AMERICAS I COMMERCIAL CONGRESS IN THE CAPITAL WILL DISCUSS WAYS AND MEANS FOR TRADE DEVELOPMENT. Washington, June 2. The linking of the Americas was made a physical reality today at the opening session of the second Pan-American commer cial congress by the establishment of direct cable communications between the Pan-American building where the international gathering is assembled and the countries of South and Cen tral America. This union typifies the purpose of the gathering which is to discuss in a practical way trade de velopment between the United States and Latin America. Representatives of all these coun tries, commercial, financial and man ufacturing experts, importers and ex porters were present at the oj-nm of this meeting which has been called by authority of the governing board of the Pan-American Union, compos ed of the secretary of the United States and the diplomatic representa tives of all the other American re publics. In the beautiful hall of the Aemrica3 decorated with the vari-colored flags of all these nations, Vice Preside.it Marshall extended welcome on behalf of the United States to the delegates. The inaugural session called to order by Director General Jobn Barrett, was presided over by Frank L. Polk, acting secretary of state, and acting Golden Virginia tobacco, blended with just a dash of Turkish, not merely "cured", 4 not just "sugar cured M but til lll'iiiilii si f 1 F!) i 111 MU 91 ill ' 'v mi I 1 hi .1 4 1 fB XS 2 foSte the Pan-American Union. In the name chairman of the governing board of of the Latin countries, words of wel come were extended by Beltran Math ieu, ambassador from Chile: Ignaci. Calderon, minister from Bolivia, find the diplomatic representatives of the other countries. Speaker Gillett, of the house of representatives, . also spoke on behalf of the congress of the United States. From airplanes as commerce carriers to trade marks and the proper pacK ing of merchandise range the subjects to be covered at the conference. At the various sessions practically all phases of the commercial situation will be fully discussed. Broadly speaking, these topics include Ship ping and other transportation, Pa.n American banking and finance, trad ing methods, parcel post, patents and travel regulations, commercial intel ligence, engineering and educational and social aids to commerce. Charley Butler at First B-ptist Church. MEETING O. R. TV All members O- R. T. re quested to be present at meeting to be held 8 p. m., June 7th, at Merchants Ho tel, Pensacola, Fla. J. G. GRICE, Local Chairman. . . Stomach ills permanently disappear after drinking tha celebrated Shivar Mineral Water. Posi tively guaranteed by money-back offer. Tastes fine; costs a trifle. Delivered anywhere by our Fensacola Agents, Wast Florida Grocery Co. Phone them. fMTEURALGIA i J v l , or Headacne VI Rub the forehead ' an1 in W lUiU IClXlLUt TT4U4 BODYGUARD -30 f. 60 2 a TRY UPTON'S TEA The WELLES-KAHN CO. AGENTS We Furnish the Home Complete ruNiTuwe NORMAN A. COX Sheet Metal Worker 510 South Palafox Street Phone 413 Chero-Gola There is none so good. Chero-Cola Bottling Works. Phone 236. ECONOMY STORE 'Teach Your $ Cents" Opp. Plaza Park, South Palafor. FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919 Ford Cars and Tractors J. D. Anderson, Dealer 19 W. Garden. Phone 1914 BALKCOM DRUG CO -THE PRESCRIPTION STORE" Phone 19 or 123 "WHITE HICKORY" and "CONSOLIDATED" FARM WAGONS Consolidated Gro. Co. Notice to Ice Consumers Our wagons are equipped with scaler nJ consumers will i les exact correct weight and report eny discourtesy of drrver- to office. Phono 59 cr SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO, Successor to PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY E. B. Hoffman & Son SELLING OUT Best Goods, Lowest Prices. 57 East Gregory. Phone 825 London Woolen Mills Made to Your Individual Order 117 South Pal.n St'-set YOUR FALL SUIT S15rrn Reliable Tire Repair Shop Tire Reoairing and Steam Vulcanizina. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Out of Town Work Solicited. " 30 East Garden Street PURITY ICE CREAM Made of Pure Cream aad Fresh Fruit Juices. Jackson and D Sts. Phone 1781 Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. D'ALEMBERTE'S PEROXIDE CREAM for face msaa Phona 109 A GOOo oxtUG STORE THE CLOVER STUDIO 196 N. Palafox St. The Place Where Kodax Finish Is WTell Done. BORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO. 117-119 W. Garden St. Automobile Supplies jhuS Accessories. Agents rOk-Harley-Davidson Motorcycles. feed Speedometer Service Station Specialists on Speedometers Vacuum Tanks, Horns and Spot Lights 19 East Garden Street Phone 333 The Parlor Market "Home off All That's Pur" Fresh Western Meats POULTRY, ECGS AND GREEN GROCERIES ' 1T3 PHONES 174. WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODS STORE 31 South Palafox Street 2d S. PALAFOX oT. -SETTER CLOThL3" L. E. NOBLES & CO. Agent HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS "YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR MONEY BACK" 29 Scuth Palafox Street. Phone 790 I ,(.t,;.,Mij...,J,-ili., f 16 North Palafox. . CUT RATE SHOE SHOP Shoe Repairing Quickly Doi.-. Work called for and delivered. Guaranteed work at fair price3. 431 West Belmont Street. Phone 932. 1 " JOHNSON & FREDERICKSON Painting, Paperhanging and Decorating 16 West Government Street Phone 534 Partridge Insurance Agency Now Located at Room 405 Amercan NatM Bank Bldg. Phone 291 Fire, Accident. Health, Life, Liability, Automobile. Ccurt Contracts and Surely Bonds. Send Your Old Shoes to West End Shoe Store For t J"d Neatest Work in Renairs. All Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street. Phone 2032 WOOD WOOD Escambia Wood Yard WE HAVE IT The Kind That Burns $1.50 and $2.00 a load READY-TO-WEAR STORE If It's New Yoa WTiU Find It Hero 9 and 1 1 South Palaf ox Stre THE MORGAN-THORSON Transf er v Company Truck or Team Service Phone 710 fensacola Launch & Ma chine Co. J!,VLRP SERVICE 8TATI0N WilUrd 8torage Batteries and Re pairs of ail Makes Batteries Two Sets Mmrtnm Way Machine Shop in Connection. Mayes' Printing: Co. Office Supplies 17-19 W. Government Phone 181 - Jtusi Try a Pound of WARFIELD'S COFFEE. Phone 1566. GARDEN CASH GROCERY CO. BLUE LABEL COFFEE, QJ per can Phone 2027 Garden and DeVillier FALK'S Millinery and Ready-to-Wear North Palafox. Just Abovt Ula Theatre Ask for the Union Label On Yeilr Sign Wrighton the Sign Man 11 E. Intendencia AUTOS FOR HIRE With or Without Drivers. SEE BOB BOB'S TAXI 19 EAST GARDEN STREET PHONE 333 LOUIS D. ROBINSON 209 Thieson Bldff. -SIGNS Show Cards and Slides , T. E. Williams & Co. FURNITURE 90 E. Wright. Phone 1995 ;odak Finithino - Picture Framing riodaks and Films Antco Cameras LA MODE 1 -124 South Palafox Street Ladiwd' Garments and Fine Millinery. "THE BKST PLACE TO SHOP AFTER ALL" The CENTRAL PHARMACY "In the Heart of Pensacola" 'The Home of QUALITY ICE CREAM 177 PHONES 178 M. ELLIS GROCER. 1889 Phones 1890 1221 N. Davis Street. Williams Transfer Co. MOur Business vs Moving" All Kinds of Hauling. PHONE 2099. SERVICE STATION THE UNITED AUTO CO. 4 8. Baylen street Phone 343 EXIDE BATTERY AND O RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR DYS PEPSIA, TAKE A Dyspepsia Tablet tX.tm rA Aft- 4r5fei mr Each M-fcJte 25 Cents Box J- v THE CRYSTAL PHAKMACY REED'S "BETTER BREAD" JKor Sale by ALL FIRST CLASS STORE3 REED'S SANITARY BAKERY Palafox and Gregory Street EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Pensacola's Representative Store The Banking & Savings Trust Company THE. UPTOWN SANK General Backing Dai? Trtst Company ir West WE BUY AND oELL BONDS Gulf City Coffee Co. Roasters, Blenders, Shippers FINE COFFEES 107-11 East Intendencia Street PENSACOLA, FLA. 3 nn