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r V THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1919. LIEN'S WASH TIES You'll have to see them to appreciate fx them. Their attrac l tiveness is not open to a typographical picturization. The best we can do is to plant the 'I seed of sug-grestion and invite you to come and see them. Wash Ties look and make you feel cdoI. Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 Lists IvuUQS FvOoaOirett Sat on a Juffett, On that eventful day; , Her dress she , thought spoiled, Was only soiled, For we cleaned it the mpire WAY Cleaiters Dyers Phone 322 On the Square, Within Easy Reach of Everywhere win iMrtfciTOw U 4 214 !3outh Palaf ox Street Met chants'. Lunch, 35c "The I tome of Good Serylce' W3 Furnish the Hdhio Complete Ulfite & Mjtle 20 S. PALAFOX r. -S ETTER . CLOTH E3 Let Va Be Your Milkman Pasteurized Dairy Products PENSACOLA DAIRY CO. 123 W. Garden St. Phone 1321 FOR RENT Electric Vacuum Cleaners Pensacola Electric Co, Commercial Oortmnt PHONB 2013 The Pensacola Electric Garage Official Service Station f-.r Philadel phia Diamond Grid Battery. GUARANTEED 13 MONTHS. Ignition Specialist, whase & B avion Phono 940 Maaggg.'.", JAKE STONE 94 North Palafox Street MIXED CANDY 60c Pound lue b 0 , CG RTl Kfur I'LL g UBSCRt B 6 To TH VICTORY COAN. I THMK tT is- I evercreaoY'S MRS. COTROX YOVjR r1ILUNC( AND ou DRSKAKSR ANO YOUR MiRDR6SSCR AhM BOhJlS "THIS TIWB 3?OAU36 YGu CON STANT (JY Nererr to fHY ths-mi vhat Yow owq. I HAV6 PUT YoO POWN fOR. A THOUSAND O tk yH 4 ' yLJ .ft - fl Elebash Jewelry Co. Jewelers and Opticians Successors to Peter Lindenstruth 1 1 2 S. Palaf ox St. Phone 713 J. P. REM1CH & SONS "The Store That Satisfies" Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy - PHONE 722 iPastime Today and Tuesday Geo. Fenners "Maids of Holland" in "THE NAKED TRUTH" Scenic effects fine, costumes good, Singing Beauty Chorus, fine dancing. Added attraction THE ELD WELLS Up-to-Date Slight-of-hand ThePrideof the Home ' I ; jl is its conveiiesico, cud the one most appre ciated is an abundance of hot water. When the coal range is put away for the summer the problem of heating water with out building a fire in the coal range worries every housewife. A circulating water heater attached to your boiler solves this trouble for you. There is nothing complicated about this heater; a child can light it, and in a few minutes you will have an abundance of steaming hot water. Pen sacola Gas 25-27 East Garden Street Gas, the Faithful, Efficient Servant. vjty. Yov may fvt ms 1 OBITUARY GEORGE CLIFFORD. George Clifford, Barancas avenue, for 30 years a light house tender in Pensacola, died yesterday afternoon at his home. . Burial will be at the War rington cemetery this morning at 9 o'clock. Mr. Clifford was a Confederate veteran and served the south during the four years of the civil war. He is survived by his wife, one son, Bertie Clifford, and a daughter, Miss Naomi Clifford. Liberty Today and Tuesday Bernstein's "Dixie Daisies Co." in "THE NEW MAN" Geo. A. Howard, Billy Jones, Alice Wright, Hazel Joyce. A refined Sister Act. Plenty of good songs, furious fun, dancing and a snappy chorus. Co. n n i iSI L. M. LEVY DIES ' AT FAMILY HOME IN JACKSONVILLE Sad intelligence of the - death In Jacksonville late Saturday night of I M. Lev-, an old-time resident and business man of Pensacola," has "been received by relatives and friends here Mr. Levy had been in steadily declin ing health for the past sever il months, and had only recently mace trips to Baltimore and other places where he was under treatment of specialists for throat trouble. The deceased is survived . by hi widow, who is the daughter of Hon J. J. Sullivan, Sr., of Pensacola, anri five children, Geo. B. Levy, Mrs. Sadie Toberlin, Charley, Bernard and Miss Katherine Levy, all of Jacksonville. He was about 57 years og age. The fu neral services will be held from tlia home inv Jacksonville, though definite arrangements had not been made lai night. Until about seven year a;ro when Mr. Levy moved with his family to Jacksonville, where he organized and successfully, managed the Jacksonville Rosin Company, he was closely identi fied with local business Interests, being at the time of arranging to move Jo Jacksonville a member of the firm of Levy-Pou Co. hero i MRS. MYRTLE SCHAFFRNO. Mrs. Myrtle Schaffmo, 39 years old. died late Saturday night at the fam ily residence at 323 .West Zarrazossa street after a short illness and the body will be shipped on the noon train today to Washington, Ohio, the former home of the family, for funeral and inter ment upon arrival. The decec-ed is survived by her husband and two small children be sides otht. relatives and friends who are grieved by her untimely death. SMACKS BRING BIG CATCHES OF FINE FOOD FISH Ten smacks brought over 200.000 pounds of fish into port last week. The catches included 156,247 pounds of red snapper and 52,719 pounds of grouper. Smacks reporting in. With the catches follow: ; Smack. Snappers. Groupers Mary B. Greer 9.009 6,485 Asceola 13,329 Ariola 5,017 Reina A. Percy 24,495 Virginia 15,680 Barcelona 17,385 Clara M. Littlefield .... 20,482 Clara G. Silva 6,000 Washakie 21,383 William Hays 23,467 5,241 4,069 5,li"S 5,000 ,6,257 3,122 4,000 3,74 9,655T WANT SERVICE MEN RETURNED TO THEIR JOBS "Put the service man back in his job" has become the slogan of the Pen sacola ,U. S. Employment Service, who have begun to boost movement to give the man in uniform the preference in every opening. Complaints have become numerous that soldiers, sailors and marines, many of them back from overseas duty, have been given the cold shoulder when it comes to a matter of bread and but ter winning. Employers will be so licited In Pensacola and given telling (reasons whv tWs practice should be corrected and the service man giver a chance. r spy.:, Victory Inn, formerly Liberty Kjur uance nan is days and MT.ZI0N RALLY NETS CHURCH FUND OF $3,013 ABLE SERMON WAS PREACHED BY REV. AC. ODOM, OF EAST HILL BAPTIST CHURCH ON "LIVING AND GIVING." The rally of Colored Baptists at ML Zion church on West Jackson street yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock netted the building fund ; of that church a total c $3,013.05, it was an nounced last night by the pastor, Rev. Robert Thomas. The collection, a part of which of course was by subscrip tion pledges, is considered a most re markable one and shows the determi nation of the congregation to complete their $30,000 new edifice.- The cam paign has been on for about twelve months and tt-3 handsome sum raised; yesterday brings the total to approxi mately $15,000. On the occasion of the rally yes terday a strong sermo-'ras preached by Rec. A. C. Odom, pastor of the East Hill Baptist church (white). Quite a number of white friends of the church have aided in the building fund but it is understood that most of yesterday'3 big collection was taksn from among the memb.rs the con gregation. Rev. Odom preached on '"Living and Giving," and the sermon was heard by a large congregation. BISHOP IS TO TIDINGS OF ON SIGNING SENDS JOY Bishop McMurray will be asked tc come to Pensacola to dedicate First Methodist church, payments for the construction of which will be complet ed today. Rev. I. W. Chalker will leave today for Cleveland, where he will attend the Methodist Centenary and will return In about two weeks. Members of the First Methodist church who are at tending the centenary are Miss Johnny Hall, Mrs. Mary Clutter and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dusenbury. SHIPPING NOTES. The IT. S. light tender Magnolia, one of thje three tenders for the eighth dis trict, was in port yesterday from New Orleans. She was berthed at the end of Palafox street wharf, where she re ceived a quantity of supplies. Her sis ter ships in the work in this district, which embraces a large part of the gulf coast, are the Camille and Sun flower. Only occasionally of late months have the Sunflower and Mag nolia been inside the local port. The American steamer Oregon, with a cargo of mahogany logs, came in port yesterday and anchored out in the stream lo await orders. It Is un derstood she was originally destined to this port but for some reason was di verted, or rather diversion had been intended but the master failed to re ceive the radiogram diverting her. She will probably discharge here as firsg intended. SOUTH AMERICANS LIKE AMERICAN MADE PICTURE FILMS Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 29. A Xorth American arriving in Rio de Janeiro and traversing the main street of the city Avenida Rio Branco can with little mental effort Imagine himself in Tew York, Boston, San Francisco or almost any city of the United States, owing to the extensive use of American-made moving picture films, which have in the last three years become exceedingly popular, to the exclusion of European-made film?. Moving picture theatres or cine matographs as they are known here, line both sides of the avenida In the section where it passes through the heart of the downtown district. Large posters with the names and pictures of Xorth American movie stars are to be seen in almost every direction. The Brazilians have their favorites, know their respective qualities and canr in fact, converse as knowingly of the Xorth American moving picture world as can the enthusiasts o f the United States. In addition to the amusement they afford, the American-made films are accomplishing something of perhaps more Importance. They are stimulat ing many Brazilians to a desire to learn the English language. Although the captions and written explanations on each film are almost completely translated into Portuguese, this cannot be done so easily and economically with the large posters and therefore the prospective patron is often confronted with the necessity of reading the English if he wants to know something about the picture before purchasing his ticket. This and the fact that occasionally in the captions English expressions are not translated has , resulted In Brazilians learning just enough Eng lish to create a desire -for more. Add ed to this is the apparent extension of Xorth American and English com mercial interests in Brazil. Foreign language schools attribute to these causes the constantly Increasing num ber of English language students. PINE BARREN NEWS. - Fish are biting fine on the river now. W. S. Ward, H. Graham and John Allison caught about 25 pounds late Tuesday afternoon. Burt Mason of near Atmore, Ala., was calling in our little town Sunday eve ning last. Miss Myrtie Graham is III at her ior rem on luesaaysv Wednesdays, Saturdays for private dances. TODAY- PduTinGiFREDERICIC in. n he tear "WomarLl The romance of a beautiful girl who sacrifices everything to win the man she loves. "The Fear Woman" pays the price - of . fear and wins the love she lost. Mr. and Mra. A Polite -SAENGER THE TREAT IS 11c J). J UNTIL SIX P. M. WE WILL ADMIT TWO CHILDREN FREE When accompanied by on adult at the regular prlca of admission TO SEE- GRACE CUNARD SUPPORTING ELMO LINCOLN R Who Won Fame As VIVIAN MARTIN . Supported by NILES WELCH in "Little Comrade" Picturized . from . the well known novel TWO BENJAMINS" "THE The story deals with a problem that has come out of the war. It f.:- IK Z&n r r'T J 1 irLQ- - abounds, in human interest and wholpsnmo' oj in? r.ml,r t COMING WED THRU THURS TODAY- mlm mm ROBERT IIARRON and LILLIAN GISH in D. W. GRIFFITH'S "A ROMANCE OF HAPPY VALLEY" THERE'S A SENNETT COMEDY, TOO. home at this writing, v' Mrs. "Willie Ward and little daughter. Edith, visited at the home of W. S. Ward and family Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Atkinson of Mil ton, motored to Pine Barren last Sun day afternoon. Taylor Majors and Miss Marian Al lan of Pensacola, called on Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ward Sunday." ' Miss Ruby King was in Pensacola Saturday shopping. - . Eddie McCann of the U. S. A. ha- returned from overseas and is visiting 1 home folks here. - , W. G. Milstead and family, of Wal Inn ucuucuiCU, JU teUl59 LdUiC5 riViiUr . including war tax. bri ' ' 'X J , .' - f j,,,,, , ..t ' tkS- -J - ; ..... ' ii ul ! OTHER FEATURES Carter dt Hivin ln "IN A PINCH Comedy From Giggle to Howls. INTERNATIONAL NEWS. ON US TOMORROW OF THE New Story of the Graat Out Door 4ELIVIO THE MIGHTY" The etory of a giant forest ranrer and a beautiful girL It abound ia the tensest situations, packed to capacity with thrills, saturated with suspense and .all entwined with & beautiful love story. If you love life in the open if you love a clean high class story, you'll enthuse over I Same With Program if .xvi villains many amus- HALL CAINE'S GREAT STORY merciless mba nf -double standard- of morality and of the tyranny of man-made con ventlons. -On the Same Bill With- I On the Slim mli-i, mum MOP A .9 As a. "Two-Gun" Bouncer of a Western Dance Hall in "A Desert Hero" nut Hill were visiting at Pine Barren one day the past week. Miss Ada Graham is attending sum mer school In Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Lige Tucker and chil dren returned Sunday from a few day visit with relatives at McDavid. Mrs. Carrie Ward and little son, J, W have returned from a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W Majors of Pensacola. Walter Ward made a business trU' to Flomaton the early part of the week Miss Carrie M. Ward, , Correspondent. FATTY ARBUCKLE'lV " ilrnir. If i - i ! rx V f ( i ' 4 t ft J mil ft"