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THE PENSACOLA JOUitNAL. MONDAY MORNING, JU.LY v. ivra.
RE10VAL OF PUG BONE CONTENTION County Commissioners Will Insist That Temporary Piling be Pulled and Not Cut Off. RESTRICTION ON IMPORTS PLANNED BY GREAT BRITAIN Opening: of the bridge across Bayou Chico, which has been rushed in order to allow the steel ship Cushnoc to pass out to the open sea, has been delayed" because of the failure of the contrac tors, it is reported, the Converse Bridge company, to remove pilings of the tem porary wooden structure. The bridge itself is practically completed. Instead of pulling the piling the con tracting firm had planned to cut them off at the mud line, according to Ous Koderlind. of the county bridge com mittee. This would mean, according to figures compiled by Mr. Soderllnd, an expenditure of barely $210. while the Job of removing them entirely would total an approximate cost of $3,000, and would leave the county liable for obstructing the channel. The board will Insist that the piling be pulled, as their presence in the bayou would render the passage of ships unsafe. KIWANIS CLUB COMPLETES ITS CHARTER LIST (Continued from Page One) Clark, of the "War ran Fish Co. Grain and Feed Frederick S. Mel len. tirocer. retail Leo L. Fabislnski. of Piggly Wiggly, (Escambia Grocery Co.f. Hardware Arthur J. Butt, of the W. A. Ray Hardware Co.; Harry W. Glbbs. Hotel Malcolm Tonge. of the San Carlos. Ice Cream McKee B. Scott, of the I'olar Ice Cream Co. Jeweler Albert Klein, of the Palace Jewelry Co. Ladles' Apparel Alexander Freid man. Laundry Marshal I. Smith, of the Star Laundry. Lawyers Leroy V. Holsberry. presi dent of the club: Harry W. Thomp son, county solicitor. Liability Insurance Frank L. Mil ler, of Fisher-Brown Agency. Life Insurance Henry Hyer, of the New York Life Insurance Co.; Fred C. Walte. Lumber Exporters Abraham H. IMaz, of the Pan-American Trading Co.; Woodward V. Day. Murine Engines John H. Cross. Meats. re all Frank J. Bell, of F. J. and S. H. Bell. Meats. wholesale Raymond X. White, of the Cudahy Packing Com pany. Merchandise Broker Simon Wag enheim, of the I. E. Wagenhelm Co. Naval Stores Roskoe K. Wallace, of the Antwerp Naval Stores. Newspapers W. Haven . Bradford, of the Pensacola Journal; Percy S. Hayes, of the Pensacola News. Optometrist Lezley H. Frazer. of the W. C. Diffenderfer Co. Osteopath Aubrey B. Saunders. Petroleum Products Preston S. Avery, of the Gulf Refining Co. Pharmacist Hamilton Russell, P. I. Photo Supplies Rox Crowley, of the Box Photo Shop. Physician William C. Dewberry; William A. J. Pollock. Printers Charles J. Herbert, of the Herbert Printing Co.; Victory J. Little, of the Mayes Printing Co. Railroads William C. Dillard, of the L. & N.; S. Harding Burke, of the L. & N. Real Estate James C. Watson. Soft Drinks Harmon A. Lowman, of the Chero Cola Bottling Co. Ship Agent Leo MacNeill. Sporting Goods Walter F. Biggs, of the Sportsman Supply Store. Surgeons Clarence Hutchinson. William D. Nobles. Theater Dan B. Hopgood. of the pastime and Liberty theaters. Timber and Ties Peter L. Rollo. Transfer John R- Lewis, of the Tnfr John It. Lewis, of the Bingham Transfer Co.; Ernest T. Morgan. of the Morgan-Thorsen Transfer Co. CATTLE DIPPING GETS A BACKSET IN LEON COUNTY Cattle dipping, insofar as Leon coun ty, at least is concerned, was given a serious setback in the county judge's court here this afternoon. Troy A. Ferrell was arraigned before county judge. Willis, charged with failure to dip his cattle as required by regula tion of the state live stock sanitary board. Counsel for Ferrell moved to quash the affidavit contending that it charged no crime, that the regula tion which defendant was charged with violating is not within the statutory power of the state live stock sanitary board and that even if the regulation Is within the power conferred on the board it is an unlawful delegation and exercise of legislative power by an administrative board and there fore null and void that the regula tion on its racu unreasonable and Illegal and that the act providing for and delegation to determine whether systematic tfck eradication work and compulsory dipping of cattle should be carried on in the county does not provide any means for canvassing the aid election. Judge Willis sustained the motion to quash and discharged the defendant. Londoa, Friday, July 4. In its re view of commercial and economic con ditions in Great Britain during July, the American chamber of commerce of London says that with the disband int of the imnorts consultative coun cil little change may bs expected in import restrictions on American goods before September. Sir Auckland Oeddea. minister of re construction, the report says, has in formed parliament the government has a draft of a trade policy prepared in every detail and covering all trades, but it cannot yet be divulged. Sir Auckland claims, it is added, that the policy of restricting imports is justi fied because it protects British manu facturers and supports sterling ex change and therefore cannot guarantee that the restrictions will be entirely removed after September. It is increasingly certain, the report continues that American exports to Europe must suffer eventually "unless America by buying more foreign goods and securities, enable foreign countries to pay for imports." The ministry of food will continue until next spring to control prices and distribution until things are normal. GOVERNMENT SELLS FOOD TO BASKET BRIGADE (Continued from Page One) the totals of the sales! There were two remarkable things about the sale. First, the majority of the customers were not poor people, as one might expect. They were of the great middle class most of them well dressed. Some of them came in auto mobiles; others, hundreds of others brought market baskets, suit cases, va lises, hand carts and all manner of things in which to carry their pur chases home. Second, the articles for which there was the greatest demand were the large cans. That Will be news to Di rector of Sales Hare of the war depart ment, who gets $25,000 a year for sell ing its surplus property. He has con tended all along that the public .would refuse to buy the large cans in which j most of the army food is put up. Here are the prices at which the goods were sold: No. 2 peas 15c No. 2 corn 14c No. 1 tomatoes 8c No. 2 -2 tomatoes 12c No. 1 pork and beans 9c No. 2 pork and beans 14c No. 3 pork and beans 19c No. 2 corn beef 48c One gallon corn syrup 60c Compare those prices with those you pay and you won't wonder that the goods sold before noon. The Baltimore sale is an example for every city in this country. The war department is now convinced. It will make all the concessions it can to get its surplus supplies into the hand3 of the public direct. Every city isn't as fortunate as Bal timore in having an army storehouse right In the city, but there's one not many miles away. There are 13 of them in the country. Here they are: Boston. New York. Philadelphia. Omaha. San Francisco. Baltimore. Newport News, Atlanta. Chicago, El Paso, Tex., San Antonio. Tex., St. Louis and New Orleans. The zone supply officer in any of these cities will give your mayor or your municipal market authorities, or your community buying clubs, -prices on the goods he has In storage. Your tv o raise the money as Acting Mayor Bryant did or in some other! way. The war department is conquer ing whether to loosen up and sell its supplies to municipalities on credit, taking its payment after the goods are sold. If this is done it'W be easy. "I earnestly urge every mayor in the countrv to get busy on this thing now," says Acting Mayor Bryant, "and stop I the work of the profiteers at once. It's' the greatest opportunity to break the backbone of the cost of living tMs country will ever have." DEMPSEY EXPECTS HE SAYS TO BE A POPULAR CHAMP Toledo, O., July 6. There was a dif ference of 56 pounds in the weight of Jess Willard and Jack Dempsey when they entered the ring for their heavy weight championship contest Friday. It was revealed today the new cham pion weighed 187 pounds while Wil lard scaled 43 at ring time. Winning the world's championship had no ef fect on Dempsey today. He acted as If he knew it was coming to him and he exhibited not the slightest bit of surprise. "I am going to trv and be a popular champion," Jack said. "I believe the public wants a champion who will de fend his title frequently and I intend to be that kind of, a champion. I be lieve, however, that I am entitled to take a rest. I want to lay off boxing for six or eight months. But I will fight just as soon as a man considered a contender is- found." Willard has definitely retired from the ring. He will devote his entire attention to his oil interests. The de feated champion said today rumors that he was severely injured and that he was taken to a hospital were gross exaggerations. The only injury he. suf fered was a deep cut over the eye and a badly cut mouth. He did nof-loose any teeth, nor was his jaw fractured, as reported. Dempsey asserted that he had no feeling toward Willard except that of admiration. "Boxing is a business with both of us, and Willard proved himself a game, square fellow all through the fight. Ho took an awful beating and certainly proved his gameness. "When I shook hands after the fight. I said to him: 'Well, Jess, it's all over. I am sorry I had to cut you up so much.' " Tlie Outbixrats f 353 t"t 3F 27TJL O IF I'M NOT M15T4KM. THIS fJTHB CAWDOR krfO "DepeNDex that savinq. N CDWRT IAST r; S T Y5S, X (AeeK. j fedb tvS" his CI I ATTORNEY...- 1r I ' - 1 peFeMse Of THAT THIRTY SCOUrvDRtSV. Xoj ngpx Ol weTTCARSI I tvA"& CGRXAIMU VERY xecjpiy Moved, and nosinoc MeeTiNtG. on Me aqaki m f am' - THI3 IS MY Victory Gardens 1 A GARDEN'LL. FIX YOtI Take the doctor's tin and are intn the garden say the National War Garden Commission, of Washington. "Here's how to Increase tho size of that pay envelope" thU is virtual ly what one manufacturing concern says to its workers every time it gives them their wages. One message which this company, the Berkshire Knitting Mills, of Reading, Penna.. has printed on its pay envelopes urges the men to plant gardens and thus help to knock out the H. C. of 1 The company which is cooperat ing with the National War Garden Commission of Washington in en couraging Victory Garden planting this year, says to its employes : "The war is won hut gardening is not done! Everywhere you look the high cost cf living greets you. Don't for get that the vegetables you raise yourself will taste much better than those you buy at a high price." Hundreds of manufacturing con cerns throughout the United States have discovered the raluo of aiding their men In home and community gardening! and as one report to the National War Garden Commission said it has been the means of "turn ing good workmen Into better work men." Factory gardening has been one of the big;est phases of the com mission's patriotic work. Any work man or any other person In the Unit ed States can get one of the Commis sion's free garden booklets by simply writing for it. enclosing two-cent stamp for postage. THOSE agonizing twinges across the small of the back, that dull throb bing ache, may be your warning of serious kidney weakness serious if neglected, for it might easily lead to gravel, stone in the kidney, bladder inflammation, dropsy or fatal Bright's diseases. So if you are' suffering with a bad back, look for other proof of kidney trouble, and if there are dizzy spells, headaches, nervous despondent attacks; a dull, tired condition and disordered kidney action, get after the cause. Take things eas ier for a while and use Doans Kidney Pills, the remedy that has been tried out for you by thousands. What satisfied users say is the proof of Doan s reliability. These Pensacola Users Say: 'Eery Pictwru SOUTH REUS STREET WEST GOVERNMENT STREET ' EAST JACKSON STREET W. H. Connors, Jr., 22 S. Reus St.. gave the following . ,. . , , statement March 24. 1914: "Being exposed to all kinds Mrs. P. Moreno, 133 W. Government St., says: "Kid- D- snflerl' Police and fire commissioner, 1020 E. of weather and taking cold weakened my kidney and ney trouble had a good hold on me 'about a year ago and Jackson St., says: I used Toan's Kidney Pllla a ehort brought on attacks of kidney trouble. The complaint j 8uffered untold misery. My back ached and pained and tIme e for bckache. which seemed to be due to being lofn ouyt bandk fndT"" .TooHr oU'S what I did I couldn't get any relief! Often I "J? bie Je rTn 'SSS -"ffuSt"- any way. Doan's Kidney Pills have always brought me would have to press my hands to the small of my back March 23 1914) " (Sutment lvn quick relief at such times." to ease the pain. My kidneys were weak and annoyed On June . If IS. 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A I began using Doan's Kidney Pills and they helped me helped me right away and before long entirely cured few boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills cured me of this from the start. I continued using Doan's for a while me " trouble." longer and they cured me of this trouble." Try o i JMra Every Druggist has Doan's, 60c a box. Fostcr-Milbarn Co., Ihsakctorisg Chccists, Buffalo, N. Y. 3