K FAMOUS PLAYERS. S
ERNEST G. SHORE.
- Ernest G. Shore, pitcher, was born
at East Bend, N. C, in 1891. He bats
"and throws right-handed, is 6 feet 3
inches tall, and. weighs 185 pounds.
... Liong Ernij played with Guilford
College and had a trial with the
Giants in 1912, was with Utica, N. Y
and Greensboro, K. C, in 1913; and
was sold by Baltimore to the Boston
Americans ii June 1914, along with
Babe Ruth. Shore was traded to the
Yankees in the winter of 1918.
EDGE FOR THE
By winning from the "Cushnocs,"'
thePensacola ship yard team, at lt.ast
Hill yesterday afternoon, the Knights
of Columbus! have an edge on the
tstries which is to decide the teams
for the opening game of the Twilight
.League. The score was 5 to 3. A
smooth double-play executed by O.
Diaz, Sanch?z and Bicker, featured
.the contest, which otherwise, was
:- Bonifay p tched nice ball, as per
schedule, but Bludworth was wild anJ
Ineffective. Thee teams have a lay
off until Tuesday, when the ship yard
plays the Y. M. C. A.
Cushnocs. AB R H PO A E
Fulghuni. lb 3 0 0 7 0 0
-KaSan, 2b . 3 1 0 0 2 0
Grogan, ss ..........2
Rouke, 3b 3
Angelo, If 3
Herring, .cf 3
Bledsoe, rf 3
J3ell, c 2
Bludworth, j ...2 0
Totals 24 3 0 18 6 .8
K. of C.
AB R H PO A F.
K. Scarritt, rf 4 1 1 1 V 0
C. Diaz, 3b .....
A. Bicker, lb ...
H. Scarritt, cf .
Sanchez, 2b 3
Sarra, ir 3
31. Diaz, c 2
W. Bonifay, p 3 0 0 0 0 0
' Totals 27 5 6 21 10 5
Score by innings: R. H. E.
Cushnocs 000 000 3 3 0 8
K. of C 400 001 x 5 6 5
Summary: Two-base hits: Merritt;
bases on balls: off Bludworth, 3; off
Bonifay, 1; struck out: by Bludworth,
8; Bonifay, 6; double-plays: C. Diaz
to Sanchez to Bicker; left on bases:
K. of C. 7; Cushnocs, 1. Time 1:25.
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Winston-Salem, N. C
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JOURNAL'S PAGE OF SPORTS
"ALL THE NEWS THE RE'S PRINT TO FIT"
Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Yachting, Boxing,
AVIATORS LAND ON FL
HITS, WINNING 7 TO 0
The Pensacola Regulars were un
able to repeat their performance of
Sunday and lost yesterday's game at
Maxent Park. 7 to 0. Laird, who
worked for the air station, turned in
,1 tnf a tt
a line game iuu urocn - j
credit. He had plenty of speed and"
control and was touched but for six
scattering hits. Hartman had plenty
of speed and control, but the Aviators
landed on his offerings for a total of
The game was rather slow in start
ing, but the crowd recovered their
good nature when several innings of
comedy were presented. There were
some spicy moments which resulted
in a change of umpires when Folio,
the volunteer umpire, refused to sub
ject himself to lynching after havin;,'
paid his admission fee. Kent and
Dupaquier gave satisfaction.
Air Station: AB R H PO A E
Stickley, ss 5
Pfeffer, lb 4
firppn. If ............ 2
Elward, cf 4 0 0 0
Malone. 3b 1 0 0 2
Hungerford, c 2 0 2 5
Billings, 2b, c 4 0 2 3
Rrvan rf 3 0 0 0
Smart, If 1 0 0 0 0 0
Smith 3h 2 1 0 0 10
Clark, c 0 0 0 4
Henderson, 2b 1 0 0 0
rVif tervliv' rf 1 0 1 0
Totals 34 .7 11 27 17
Pensacola: AB R H PO A E
Mcintosh, cf 4 0 1 1 1 0
Gordon, 2b .........4 0 13 0 0
Brown, ss ....4 0 1 2 3 0
Shelton, lb 4 0 1 12 1 1
Lurton, c 2 0 16 1 1
Webber, If, C 4 0 0 1 0 0
Sanchez, 3b 4 0 0 1 4 1
Van Matre, rf 3 0 1 1 0 0
Hartman, p 2 0 0 0 4 1
Stiles, rf 2 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 0 6 27 14 4
Score by innings: R- ft. E.
Air Station 100 003 0107 11 4
Pensacola 000 000 0000 6 i
Summary: Stolen bases: Mcintosh,
Van Matre, Green, Pfeffer. Laird,
Brown; two-base hits: Mcintosh;
double plays: Billings, Stickley an.1
Pfeffer; Stickley, Billings and Pfef
fer; bases on balls: Off Hartman, 3;
off Laird, 2; struck out by Hartman.
5; by Laird. 9; hit by pitched ball:
by Hartman, Laird and Hungerford;
passed ball: Lurton; left on bases:
Aviators, 7; Pensacola, 8; Umpires -Kent
and Dupaquier, Folio; time:
Owens' Grocery and Market
The Best of All Kinds of .
GROCERIES, CHICKENS, EGGS,
All Kinds of Country Produce
Cor. Belmont and Devillier. Phone 574
Full Weight and Best Prices
S THE PENNANT RACE a
g . a
New Orleans ........24
Little Rock 20
Birmingham ......... 20
L. Pet. I
13 .613 l
New York V 24
St. Louis 13
Chicago . .
At Little Rock, 1; Atlanta, 14.
At Chattanooga, 4; New Orleans, 5.
At Memphis, 9; Birmingham, 8.
At Nashville, 4; Mobile, 3.
At Pittsburg, 7; New York, 1.
At Cincinnati, 7; Brooklyn, 6.
At Chicago, 0; Boston, 1:
At St. Louis, 6; Philadelphia. 5.
At Washington, 7; St. Louis. 1.
At Boston, 3; Detroit, 1.
M GAMES TOD
Atlanta at Little Rock.
Birmingham at Memphis.
New Orleans at Chattanooga.
Mobile at Nashville.
New York at Pittsburg.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Boston at Chicago.
St. Louis at Washington.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
Chicago at New York.
Detroit at Boston.
Will C. Diff enderf er
14 South Palafox Street
JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 7,
' -BBS . -
to Be Investigated
Committee on Public Service Se
curities Request Appointment
At a meeting of the committee On
public service securities held in New
York on April 10, 1919, after a dis
cussion of the whole subject, the
chairman was instructed to send the
following letter to Roger W. Babson,
of the Department of Labor.
"At a meeting of the committee
on public service securities of the in
vestment Bankers' Association of
America, held today, the chairman
was instructed to advise you that the
committee has welcomed your state
ment that the United States Depart
ment of Labor is addressing Its ef
forts toward finding some method by
authorities will be put on a more sat
"It is common knowledge that the
abnormal increases caused by the war j
in wages, costs of fuel and materials,!
and taxes, without corresponding in- '
freest cac in ravAmio Vi o i-AC!111tor1 . In
such decreases in the net earnings
of local transportation companies that
they are unable to pay their operat
ing expenses, taxes, and a fair re
turn on the investment ,and that
while other industries have advanced
their charges to offset increased costs
the revenue of the transportation
companies have not been increased in
the same proportion, and that the
street railways of the country are In
a perilous condition.
The whole country is Interested in
adequate local transportation at fair
rates and the expansion of that ser
vice to meet the growing demands of
increasing population and expanding
industry. The difficulties of the local
transportation systems, are not con
fined to one section of the country,
but are general all over the United
States, and are, therefore, of national
interest, and in all parts of the coun
try these difficulties seem to be aue
yjl ' 11 J VIACOM V..1- .fc-ww
! to the same general causes and should
' be susceptible to common remedies,
Z ' and remedies must be found promptly
IS a inc tn invpst-
lo prevent ciiuii"vu;i j.-
ors. to industry and to the nation
These difficulties appear to require
a readjustment of the relations be
tween the street railways, their vm
ployes, the car riders, and the public,
which can hardly be accomplished
piecemeal, but only by a general
knowledge of all the facts and a gen
eral recognition of the principles
which should govern those relations.
"There is nobody . nor ' authority
either competent to make a thorough
and impartial investigation of the
facts or of sufficient dignity and im
portance to give such weight to its
findings and recommendations as
would promise acceptance throughout
"This committee therefore recom
mends the early appointment by the
president of a federal board on street
railway conditions, on which there
would be representatives of the Uni
ted States Department of Labor and
other interested departments of the
government, of the street railway
companies, of the American Bankers'
Association, the Investment Bankers
Association of America and the
Chamber oF Oommerce of the United
States and the National Association of
Public Utility Commissioners, with
adequate statistical and clerical as
sistants, for the investigation of the
facts concerning street railways and
the reasons for their present condi
tion, and with instructions to state
the principles which should govern
the proper relations between the
street railways, their employes, the
car riders and the public generally,
in order that the people may have
adequate ' transportation at fair rates,
the rights of the public may be fully
protected, the investors in street rail
ways may be protected against loss
nd new capital may. be provided to
meet the increasing demands upon
the transportation systems in tne i.i
terests of industry, the growth of the
communities served and the health
and welfare Of urban populations.
Too Late to pjgf
LOST White Scotch collie, female.
answers to name of "Snowball";
email brown spot on left side, ear
marks perfect. $10.00 reward for in
formation as to whereabouts. H. H.
Rogers. 913 East Lloyd street, phone
PIANO WANTED For
four months. Will pay
good Phone address prompt
ly to ''Care Journal."
THE KOZY KORNER
Johnston's Milwaukee Candies
"The Appreciated Chocolates"
PAY 51.00 WEEKLY
Clothing for Men and Women.
Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists,
Etc. Largest and Oldest Credit
House. Reasonable, Reliable and
Co., 26 S. Palafox St.
LET STEVE FIX 'EM
He Knows How
ROYAL SHOE SHOP
Pensacola Shoe Hospital
We do expert shoe repairing and
use best quality materials.
Phone 359. 102 E. Wright St.
The Parlor Market
"Hemi of All "mat's Pun"
Fresh Western Meats
POULTRY, EGGS AND GREEN
173- P HON1" S T74
PEAKE ELECTRIC COMPANY.
The Home of Exide Battery
30 S. Palafox.
We Furnish the
There is none so good.
Chero-Cola Bottling Works.
We Will Bond You.
9 IS 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
Consolidated Gro. Co.
Notice to Ice Consumers
Our wagons are equipped with scales
nd consumers will i lease exact correct
weight and report ny discourtesy ol
driver to office. PhoTifld 59 rr 259.
SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO.
PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY
E. B. Hoffman & Son
Best Goods. Lowest Prices.
57 East Gregory- Phone 825
London Woolen Mills
Made to Yonr Individual Order
117 South Pl.f 8t'et
VOUR FA LL SUIT
SI 5 m
Reliable Tire Repair Shop
Tire Repairing and Steam
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Out of Town Work. Solicited.
30 East Garden Street
PURITY ICE CREAM
Made of Pure Cream ajtd
Fresh Fruit Juices.
Jackson and D Sts. Phone 1781
Always the latest
records in stock.
for faee massage.
"A GOOJU urtUG STORE
THE CLOVER STUDIO
196 N. Palafox St.
The Place Where Kodax Finish
Is Well Done.
BORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO.
117-119 W. Garden SL
Automobile Supplies and Accessories.
Fine Shoe Repairing
111 North Palafox. Phone 416
MARSTON & QUINA
West Florida's Oldest Furniture
M'KEE REFRIGERATORS. GLOBE
WERNICKE BOOK CASES AND
WHIDDEN'S DRUG STORE
Now located at
315 S. Palafox St.
A Complete Line Drugs and
3 CANS, 25c
Garden Cash Grocery
Garden and Devillier
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
SI South Palafox Street
iffllfte Ss White
20 s. PALAFOX aT.
-SETTER CLOTH LS
L. E. NOBLES & CO.
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
and KIRSCHBAUM SUITS
"YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, OR YOUR
29 Scuth Palafox Street. Phone 790
16 North Palafox.
. CUT RATE SHOE SHOP .
Shoe Repairing Quickly Done.
Work called for and delivered.
Guaranteed work at fair prices.
431 West Belmont Street.
JOHNSON & FREDERICKSON
Painting, PaDerhanjjing and
16 West Government Street
Now Located at
Room 405 Amercan Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Fire, Accident, Health, Life, Liability,
Court Contracts and Surety Bonds.
Send Your Old Shoes to
West End Shoe Store
For wt ?d Neatest Work in
Rpnairs. All Work Guaranteed
321 North DeVillier Street.
Escambia Wood Yard
WE HAVE IT
The Kind That Burns
$1.50 and $2.00 a load
If It's New You
Will Find It Hero
9 and 1 1 South Palafox Stre
Truck or Team Service
fensacola Launch & Ma
WILLARD SERVICE STATION
WUUrd 8torage Batteries and Re
pairs of all Makes
Two Set Marine Ways Maehine
Shoo in Connection.
Mayes' Printing" Co.
17-19 W. Government
CASH GROCERY CO.
BLUE LABEL COFFEE, OET
Garden and DeVillier
Millinery and Ready-to-Wear
North Palafox. Just Above Isls
Ask for the Union Label
On Your' Sign
Wrighton the Sign Man
11 E. Intendencia
With or Without Drivers.
19 EAST GARDEN STREET
LEE ELECTRIC CO,
Contracting and Supplies
109 N. Palafox St.
Phones 1671 2093 ""lV
T. E. Williams & Co.
90 E. Wright. Phone 1995
Kodak Finishing Picture Framing
Kodak and Films Ansoo Cameras
122-124 South Palafox Street
Ladies' Garments and Fine
"THE B12ST PLACE TO SHOP
The CENTRAL PHARMACY
"In the Heart of Pensacola
The Home of
QUALITY ICE CREAM
177 PHONES 178
1889 Phones 1890
1221 N. Davis Street.
Williams Transfer Co.
"Our Business vs Moving"
All Kinds of Hauling.
THE UNITED AUTO CO.
4 S. Baylen etrevt Phone 349
EXIDE BATTERY AND
O RELIEVE INDIGESYION OR DYS
PEPSIA, TAKE A
Before and Aft
er Each Meal.
25 Cents Box
THE CRYSTAL PHAKMACY
REED'S "BETTER BREAD"
Jb'or Sale by
ALL FIRST CLASS STORE3
REED'S SANITARY BAKERY
Palafox and Gregory Streets
Pensacola's Representative Store
The Banking & Savings
THfc UPTOWN BANK
OtU7 Trait Com pan j Wcct
WE BUY AND d ELI-BONDS
Gulf City Coffee Co,
Roasters, Blenders, Shippers
107-11 East Intendencia Street
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