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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1919. BIG FUND WILL BE RAISED FOR PRESIDENT RACE New York. Au?. 23. The high cost or everything has, hit politics, former representative, of Jamleson. Iowa, ami director of the finances of the demo cratic national committee, uaid tonight in. announcing plans to raise five mil lion dollar presidential fund. Jamleson said an Intensive cam palgn will be pushed to obtain sub criptlons averaging five' dollars from at least a million persons. He saM the campaign ia expected to be "the lntensest ever seen." -Touching the question of candidates. Jamleson men tioned President Wilson. 'In case the league of nations is defeated." William O. McAdoo; Attorney General Pal mer; Governor Cox of Ohio; John W. Davis, ambassador to England; Sen ator Hitchcock of Nebraska, and Vice President Marshall. LOCAL DELEGATES LEAVE TO ATTEND BIG CONVENTION GOVERNOR HOBBY SAYS SHILLADY IS GUILTY ONE Austin, Tex., Aug. 23. Gov. W. P. Hobby, in a telegram today to officials of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said John TL Shillady, the rrganizatlon'a secretary who was beaien and ordered out of Austin yesterday, was "the only offender in connection with the mat ter.4 The telegram, sent by the governor was In reply to an inquiry from the chairman of the organization, asking what efforts were being made to pun ish those who attacked 'Shillady. Th governor's reply was "Shillady was the only offender in connection with the matter referred to in your tele gram and he was punished before your Inquiry came." - E. J. Courtenay. J. W. Harsell and H. S. Kleley of the Iocat Metal Trades Council left last night for Jackson ville for the purpose of attending the convention of all ship yard workers of the South Atlantic and Gulf Coast plants. k WHEN YOU'RE TRAVELING K K TAKE THESE i- CIRCULAR SAYS TIE UP TO MAKE STRIKE SUCCESS Washington, Aug. 23. Success of the strike on which railway shopmen of the country are now voting will de pend entirely upon how we can stop transportation service of the, country," said a circular presented in the senate today by Senator Thomas," democrat, of Colorado. lie said the railway em--ployea department of the American Federation of Labor sent out the cirn cular. Thomas said the situation was & "perfectly legitimate development of the action of congress of 1914 in exempting organization of laboring men from operation of the anti-trust law. The demands of shopmen and other" railroad employes for increaseit are now being considered by Director General llines. JOHN P. GRACE IS NOMINATED AT CHARLESTON unarieston. S. C. Ausr. 23. After the sub-committee on canvass had sat from 9 p. m.. last night until early this morning, passintr on evntv.Mvn challenged votes, the city democratic executive committee, a few minutes later acted on the report of the sub committee and declared John P. Grace nominee for mayor of Charleston, owr Tristram T. Hyde, whose formal lead In the. primary .Tuesday of one vot was loit in the counting of challenged votes. Mr. Grace was awarded a. fourteen-vote majority, the official to tal being, Grace, 3,448; Hyde, 3,432., NAVY OFFERS TO GIVE HONORABLE DISCHARGES NOW Washington. Aug. 23. Honorable discharges will be granted to all men who served in the navy during the war with Germany with good recon? and who have since been released with "ordinary" discharges, it was announc ed at the navy department today. Py a ruling of the department at the time the armistice was signed, all en lifted men discharged before the ex piration of the full four-year term of enlistment were given ordinary dis charges 'nstead of the usual h jporabl dlsch res. , Everyone is going on a journey or returning from a vacation, -or start ing back to school these days, and the conveniences of travel are of pres ent and perenniel interest. . . s . So when you travel Take only crepe, knit, or cotton crepe underwear, to be washed out and dried over night without ironing. Choose a dark colored kimona and Provide a dark silk cap to protect, . . . . t me .nair. Take a rubber-lined Pullman apron with pockets of, different sizes to carry loiiei ariiciea- . - , Try carrying a book of, soap leaves, paper towels, and powder leaves In-; roTtibr tnilet 'suDnlles. i Ducaii . ul o -- - - . They are easy to pack and use and' V. ... I may ne tnrown away ,wi .Provide small chamois bags and pockets to be sewed to tbe under clothing for the carrying of money and valno'es. Take a cheap watch with luminous dial, which may be easily consulted at night and relieves the worry over the care of an expensive watch. - Carry a compact sewing kit . and a small first-aid box., : EPILEPSY Do not wait far another terrible attack before starting treat ment. Begin right now to restore your Injured nervous system to normal. th Koslne treatment has. for nearly 20 vfars. successfully restored suiierers from Epilepsy, or Fits. Xarge- wtue z. ii not sausiiea, ;ier using, your money will be refunded. Write for free treatise. Koslne Co.. Washington, U- V. Fold n p?nacol bv Balkcom Drue Co. and Crystal Pharmacy. COMMISSIONERS PAID TOO MUCH FOR CLAY PIT (Continued from Page One) to apply to the government in order to obtain a permit. An application of Post Adjutant J. M. Coe, Frank. Marston Camp Ameri can Legion, asking that a record of certificates of discharged service men may be kept, was answered by the re port that this work Is already being done by the clerk of the circuit court. A second Inspection of Bayou Chicc bridge will be made before fine! ac ceptance, possibly Monday. On Tues day V. H. Converse, president of th contracting firm, will settle all out standing indebtednebs, it is expected. 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