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TliE PENS ACOLA JOUR MAL. TUESDAYlMORNING, JULY 1, 1919.
f my ' E' K fp; A SECTION OF NEW YDRK-Z!W. SY 1fSjS kL;Z k I HARBOR, THC GREATEST Poftf --rZT- Tj I Slg- IN THE WOitO-AHtHlCA'S NEVV- ,i 3 I 'if .H-w-.fA, "&jSM3 MftCHAMT MARINE WIU - , - . r V I VfetfMW-A5 Give USA DOMINANT T- - TTv VjTr-jiJS . position in ocian ftO!?, . 4 , v ir tiro -?ry- mssus.. I Found Dead In Bedroom Unusual Experience of Georgia Lady; Which Created 'Sensation Last "WeUneaday night, Mrs. JulU Brown, who1 lives in Georgia, near th Florida Une.'found about fifty malaria! mosquitoes dead in her bedroom. Sh was very much surprised. Upon ln vestigation she learned that her roonf had been sprayed with "Torment" th(i afternoon before by her son. "Tor paent Is a new preparation put oul by The O. B. WllUams Company. Quit man, Georgia, and is creating, quite toensation all over the south. It Is dead ly to flies, mosquitoes, ants, fleas, lice, mites, bedbugs, roaches, etc. It haf a pleasant odor, will not soil clothing nor furniture, and Is, absolutely harm less to human beings. "Torment" ii put up in 25c bottles. Sold by dealen everywhere. adv. N TM CENTRE OP NrV YORtC'5 FINANCIAL DISTRICT FROM WHENCE COMES MUCH OF THE CAPlTAl fOR EXTENDING AMERICAN TRADE IN f VERY PART OF THE WORLD. BY FRANCIS H. SI3SON, Vice President of the Guaranty Trust Company of New York. ie Crst flush of victory at the dote of the crcafest of all wars we are filled with a new consciousness of strength, moral, physical and eco nomic. Hut it is Important that we compre hend the responsibilities as well as the fruits of victory. There Is now as Im perative need for radical readjustment oi our meniai atmuue as mere was when autocracy threatened our nation al existence. , First of all, we cannot expect the American hanker or the American trader to start his dollars around the world unless they are followed by the protection which the American flag should afford the property and lives f our citizens, but Instead of bavins such protection assured we have fre quently had It denied In governmental circles. We talk enthusiastically of a great merchant marine and yet by legislative enactment we have thrown about .American shipping restrictions which make It impossible to fly the American tins in competition with other nations. We pride ourselves on our respect for property rights and deplore Its confiscation In other countries: yet by legislation and regulation we bivecon fl.xcnteri millions of dollars' worth of property from private owners of our public utilities and through our nnwill inpnes to face, or Ignorance of, eco nomic facts we have forced bankrupt t.v and loss upon many of them. Ignor ing the rights of Investors and piling ur tnx burdens in reckless disregard of consequences. Thera Is rising throughout the coun try a wave of protest against the con tinuation, for socialistic and paternal lstlrr.economle ventures, of a vast war- ONE OF ArlER.iCA'5 BiG RAILROAD YARDS- INCREASING OUR FREIGHT TERMINAL AND TRANSPORTATION FACItlTI5 OP OU 12. 'GREATEST PEACE PROBLEMS. IS ONE time expenditure. At present we stand committed to enormous obligations, which we are in honor bound to i :ect. In addition, ilr. .MeAdoo, before his retirement as Secretary of the Ireas ury, emphasized the necessity for the government to continue making loans to our allies, which will add another considerable drain upon our current resources. We must also face large domestic requirements. Experts estimate that the country Is five years behind in its building program and that Sj.000,000,- 000 will be needed to make up the de ficiency caused by the war. Railroad, public utilities and Industrial securi ties alone, to a total of more than $530,000,000. will mature in this coun try during 1019 and must be provided for. One of the most pressing problems of peace is that of transpoi ration. War has taught us that government operation is not the answer to this problem. , The outrenchlng of labor for greater power and a larger share In Industrial management was one of war's reac tions which we must expect in every line. Another Important responsibility of victory is that of establishing new relations between the Government and; business. The peace plans of England, care-, fully worked out by the Government In co-operation with the country's varied! industries. Include the lowering of thei cost of production of its manufacto-j ries; the speeding up of labor; the cheapening of raw materials by buy-! ing In enormous cjuantities; nation-' sized combinations; the abolition oft wasteful competition among manufac-! turers; the placing of government! funds at the disposal of producers who' co-operate; the formation of big and' Influential associations of business men; the insurance of credits; the establishment of a commercial Intelli gence bureau of world-wide scope; the sanctioning of monopolies among the so-called "key" products; the sub sidizing of research bureaus for the benefit of manufacturers; the develop ment of the inner arteries of the em pire; the lowering of the costs of transportation; and the granting of preferential rates to P.ritlsh goods. France, Italy and Japan are follow ing similar programs. Our Government must stand behind American shipping, as well as Amer ican business generally. Instead of ob structing It. That Is one of the most' important responsibilities of victory. devolving upon the Government. 666 has more imitations than any other Chill and Feyer Tonic Hp market, but no one want; imitations.. They are dangerous things in the medicine lin ADDITIONAL TRAIN SERVICE BEING SOUGHT RAILROAD COMMISSION IS ASK ING FOR LIMITED TRAIN, NEW ORLEANS .TO .JACKSONVILLE, VIA PENSACOLA. AMERICAN BAR TO MEET IN BOSTON NEXT SEPTEMBER Baltimore, Md- June 20. With the announcement that one of the princi pal addresses will be delivered by Secretary of State Robert Lansing, plans for the next annual meeting of the American Bar Association are bo ipg rapidly completed. The meeting, which will be one of the most import ant In the history of the organization, will be held at Boston, Mass., on Sep tember 3, 4 and 5, and will be attended by prominent members of the legal profession from every part of the country. It had been intended to hold tho meeting at New London. Conn., but arrangements were made last week to go to Boston instead, in order to as sure th9 members adequate hotel accommodations. The association has Just been advis ed of Secretary Lansing's acceptance of the invitation to speak. His sub ject will be "Some Legal Questions of the Peace Conference." Because of his membership on the American com mission to the peace conference, Mr. Lansing's address will doubtless prove of nation-wide interest. Dr. David Jayne Hill, of New York, former U. S. ambassador to Germany,' will also deliver one of the addresses at the meeting. Others on the pro- - r i ii ii ii that dorr t mush down in milk or cream Flakes 4 r"lo c that dont crumble 1 lait:i in the package Rich Flakes, Crisp Flakes Meaty Flakes, with a Marvelous Flavor No wonder the American people are literally "eating them up Fastest selling corn flakes on the market 7 gram are Hon. Robert Lynn Batts, of Texas, circuit judge of the fifth judicial circuit, and Albert C. Ritchie, attorney-general of Maryland and for mer general counsel to the war in dustries board. Mr. Ritchie's address will be on the "Power of Congress to Tax Securities under the Sixteenth Amendment." The address will be followed by a general discussion on the subject by the members of the association.- The first session of the meeting will be addressed" by Hon. Calvin Coolidge, governor of Massachusetts, and by ths president of the association, Hon. Geo. T. Page, of Illinois, who waa recently appointed federal circuit judge, in the seventh circuit, embracing the states of Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. Contending that "railways leading across Northern Florida have en joyed good business most of the time and yet have rendered less service to the pu.blic than lines serving terri tory that does not furnish any more local service than the lines across North Florida," the Florida railroad commission has taker up with offi cials of the L. & N. Railroad com pany and Seaboard Air Line, ihe mat ter . of inaugurating a limited train service between Jacksonville and New Orleans, via Pensacola. This. proposition, according to copies of communications received by the local chamber of commerce, was first taken up in 1914, but its inaugura tion delayed on account of war con ditions. The railroad commission contends now that there is apparent ly good cause to believe the addi tional Service should be put on, there by accommodating travel between these points that necessarily now has to go by way of Montgomery. We are proud of the confi dence doctors, druggists and the public have in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic. adv. LIGHT WINES AND BEERS NOT BE BANNED YET (Continued from Page OneV goes into effect. They expect to sell large quantities of liquor to patrons up to midnight and allow them to re main as long as they desire to consume it. Thousands of reservations have been made in hotels and restaurants for the celebration of the passing of liquor and proprietors predicted a revel which is expected to surpass those that have taken place on Nw Tear's eve. Kansas City, June 30 In anticipa tion of a brisk business during the last day and night before war time prohi bition becomes effective, saloon pro prietors here today employed extra at tendants and many had built extensions to their bars. Practically all of the tables in hotel cafes have been reserv ed for over two weeks and a celebra tion resembling that of last New Year's eve is expected. ing a few doses of them. Taking Big Chances. It is too much of a risk to depend upon neighbors or sending for,mcdl cine in case of a sudden attack of bowel complaint. In almost.", every neighborhood some one has died from cholera morbus that could easily have been saved had the proper medicine been at hand. Then think of the suf fering that must be endured until medic'-e can be obtained. The safa way is to keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, a preparation that can b depended upon. "Buy it now. It only costs S3 cents. PRESIDENT BUSY MAN MID-ATLANTIC (Continued from page one) Mrs. Wilson and Miss Wilson a good journey." In reply, the president's message said: I greatly appreciate your message; I rejoice with you over the signing of . the peace and look forward with equal confidence to a new day in which it will be possible to give peace a new significance for the nations through common councils of amity and cooperation, and I am sure that I a mexpressing the feelings of the people of the . United States in wish ing for the fruits of the better day." Rub-Mv-Tism is a powerful antiseptic; it kills the poison caused from Infected cuts, cures old sores, tetter, etc. adv. 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