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THE PENSACOLA- JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1919.
SEMEE NIGHT
1 DETROIT IS
BIG BOOSTER
Chattanooga.. Oct. 19. "Sewanee
nlarht" waa observed Wednesday at
Detroit, Michigan, In connection with
the triennial general conference of the
Episcopal church. The occasion was
attended by the bishops and clergy of
U southern dioceses which own and
control the University of the South.
Tfco Right Rev. William Mercer Green.
IX r.. bishop coadjutor of Missisippi;
an dan enthusiastic - alumnus of the
University of the South, was one of
the principal afceaker. At this meet
ing the Sewanee million dollar en
do-.rment fund was the event of seri
ous discussion.
The general headquarters of the
Sewanee drive at Chattanooga has re
ceived word that the state, of Missis
sippi, with the , idea of stimulating
their campaign for their quota of $100.
000 for the University of the South,
is laying plans for a Sewanee Flying
Squadron modeled after the one which
recently swept through the southern
states and accomplished a most unique
success.
. Working actively In behalf of the
Mississippi Flying Squadron Is A. A.
Stone ,a prominent Methodist of that
place and also a loyal Sewanee alum
nus. This striking evidence of assist
ance from a sister denomination is not
the first the Sewanee campaign has
enjoyed. Throughout the drive other
churches than the .- Episcopal have
shown keen Interest In the campaign.
It is asserted that in some communi
ties over half the amounts subscribed
were contributed by persons outside
the Episcopal church.
The , Missionary District of Ashevllle
which is organizing, to raise $30,000 as
Its share' of the Sewanee Endowment
fund. Is likewise forming a Sewanee
flyin gsquadron to stimulate interest
In the church university.
Birmingham began Its drive for 125.
000 for the Sewanee fund this week
and in the initial meeting the Church
of the Advent, St. Mary's church and
Saint Andrew's church raised $13,400.
The Birmingham Episcopalians and
the Sewanee alumni are working; en
ergetically to complete the quota, this
week.'
The alumni of the university who re
side in Chattanooga have started ra
movement to revive the campaign to
complete the local quota of $20,000.
Major Silas Williams is at the head of
the new mobilization effort.
PROGRESSIVES
IN QUANDARY
I MANCHESTER
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By K. WALTER.
London, Oct. 19. The result of the
recent .bye-election' at Rusholme, a
division of Manchester, will undoubt
edly prove a victory for the coalition
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1 Clipper Belt Lacer. .
Tenoner Machine (H. B. Smith, Smithville, N- J.)
Diagonal Planer . (Rowley & Herman.)
Royal Invincible 42 in. Berlin Sander.
Blind Clamp (American.)
Panel Raiser (Fay & Eagan Machine Co.)
7 in. Hall & Brown Moulder.
Chain Saw Mortiser, New Brittain ,No. 2. - -
Tenoner Machine (American No. 2 1-2)
Sash Dove Tailer (American Figure 8845-520745). ;
Hollow Chisel Cash Mortiser, Figure 899-105989.
47 Ft. 1 15-16 Shaft.
3 Compression Couplings 1 15-16. -
Collars 1 15-16. .
Steel Split Pulley 20 In. Dia. 7 in Face Flat 1 15-16 CM.
Steel Split Pulley, 20 in. Dia. 9 in. Face 1-15 Flat.
Steel Split Fulley, 20 in. Dia. 9 in. Face 1-15 Flat.
Steel Split Pulley, 28 in. Dia. 11 in. Face, 1-15 C. M.
Wood Split Pulley, 24 in. Dia. 12 in. Face, 1-15 Flat.
Steel Split Pulley, 16 in. Dia. 9 in. Face, 1-15 C. M:
Steel Split Pulleys, 14 in. Dia. 9 in. Face, 1-15 C. M.
Flat Castoxes 1-15.
Ft. Shaft 1-15.
Collars, 1-15.
Boxes, 1-15.
Cast Pulley, 20 in. Dia. 6 in. Face, 1-15 bore.
Steel Split Pulley 18 in. Dia. 8 in. Face 1-15.
Ft. Shaft, 1 9-16.
Boxes, 1 9-16.
Collars, 1 9-16.
Cast Pulley, 20 in. Dia. 6 in. Face, 1 9-16.
Steel Split Pulley, 12 in. Dia. 4 in. Face, 1 9-16.
Ft. Shaft, 1-15. '
Collars, 1-15. v
Cast Boxes 1-15. . v '
Coupling 1-15 Compression. ,
Steel Split Pulley 8 in. Dia. 6 in. Face, 1-15.
Steel Split Pulley, 18 in. Dia. 9 in. Face, 1-15.
Steel Split Pulley, 20 in. Dia. 7 in. Face, 1-15 C. M.
Wood Split Pulley, 14 in. Dia. 8 in Face, 1-15 Flat.
Steel Split Pulley, 18 in. Dia. 7 in. Face, 1-15 C. M.
Cast Split Pulley, 18 in. Dia. 9 in. Face, 1-15 Flat.
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PENSACOLA, FLA.
government owing partly to a divis
ion of the Progressive vote between
twe two candidates and partly to the
effect of the railroad strike which put
the Progressives in a quandary. This
victory will strengthen the hands of
the government in dealing with the
immediate problem of an Irish set
tlement. Any solution recommended
by the cabinet committee for that pur
pose can be hurried through ' parlia
ment and its real value tested by being
put Into effect at once.
It may be taken as a foregoe con
clusion that no solution adopted on
this . plan by the government ' Nvlll
please any part of Ireland; the most
that can be hoped is that the displeas
ure will be shared with some sem
blance" of equality by all parties. Irish
Amerioans will Inevitably be disap
pointed if- they take their cue from
Sinn Fein. If they had maintained
an Independent attitude toward the
question or cpneentrated on a demand
for the maximum concession of inde
pendence which any British govern
ment could fairly be expected to snake,
their Influence would have been much
more V?It in these days. They could
have been perhaps the determining
factor in the settlement if they had
chosen to espouse dominion as sug
gested to their leaders last winter by
Sir Horace Plunkett. Dominion rule
is being considered today among other
plans and while there is reason for be
lieving that this would satisfy the
great majority of Sinn Fein, the in
transigeance of their leaders in Ire
land and America has rendered it dif
ficult if notx impossible for this desir
able compromise to be negotiated.
Opportunities for such negotiations
may still present themselves and will
not be, neglected by, those who feel
that the only hope of an Irish peace
is an agreed settlement rather than
the imposed settlement which will be
the government's only alternative
falling negotiation.
Those in America who regard the
Irish question mainly as an excuse.
and a good excuse, to malign England
will deride the idea, of Sinn Fein ac
cepting any settlement short of sov
ereign independence, which, in the
nature of things today, Is Impossible
except by successfully waging war
against the British government. But
for American agitators to encourage
gain Independence by permitting
the Irish people to believe they can
themselves to be massacred is mon
strous and cowardly advice; which, if
followed, ' would simply result ' in
throwing the whole case definitely into
the , hands of reactionary militarists.
They have dominated the situation
long enough and it is only thanks to
the Liberal element in the government
that their hold on the political situ
ation is slackening.
English opinion wants ' no settle
ment imposed by force of arms. The
political genius of England and Lloyd
George is for compromise. The set
tlement of the railway strike has given
added charm to the word negotoation.
Compromise will assuredly rule " the
government proposals, but Ireland
could have something better than a
compromise made in the political dark
of Lowning street if some outside
opinion demanded negotiations.
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.ROCHESTER
UANTS MEN FOR
MY BRANCHES
The TJ. S. S. Rochester, now in Pen
sacola harbor, wants men Tor many
branches, including . machinists, en
ginemen, firemen, carpenters, seamen,
painters " and stenographers. The
Rochester Is flagship of the . las'royer
squadron " of which many vessels are
now in port. Admiral Plunkctt iias
his headquarters on the Rochester.
Men may enlist for twp or four
years, choosing their branch of en
listment. They will be trained and
paid in the rating in which they en
list." Advancement is good and an ex
cellent opportunity is offered to men
who wish to see the world.
Machinists mates, as the enlisted
mechanics are called, do regular lathe,
planer, drill press and Other machine
shop work, as well as steam engine
work of all kinds. They receive the
highest pay in the navy.
Englnemen are men who , have
charge of engine room stations. They
stand throttle watches, ice machine
watches, and the like and are in gen
eral charge of the ships' engines at
sea and in port. .
Firemen on destroyers fire with
fuel oil. by - the mere turning of a
valve. They must understand boilers,
and the best methods of firing, and
are usually given an opportunity to
study in the classes maintained on
each ship. Firemen are rated first,
second and third class. . They usual
ly graduate to be enginemen or water
tenders. ' : : - , .
Carpenters perform all the manifold
duties of ship-carpenters, some of
them becoming experts along one line
and some along another. Many of
them are expert welders and acetylene
torch -men. , '
Seamen are the backbone of the navy.
From the ranks of the seamen all the
deck petty officers ar recruited. They
handle the "guns In battle, fight on
land when trouble stirs in the Central
American countiries, become signal
men, gunner's mates, quartermasters,
boatswain's mates, and turret cap
tains. Many of them elect to go below
decks and become electricians, fire
men and machinists, -
Painters in the navy do many things
besides painting. The painter in
charge of the paint-locker has charge
of the mixing paint. Issuing It to the
various divisions, and does the fancy
work, such as- trimming and cutting
water-lines, but mostly his duty is
done when the paint is properly mixed
arid issued.
Stenographers, who are ; known as
yeomen in the navy, perform clerical
duties, make up records, read the ad
miral's mail, and many .other interest
ing things. .Yeomen usually know
more about what , is happening and
is going to happen than anybody else
on the ship, except perhaps the cap
tain himself. '
Men interested in the navy can
get full Information by applying on
board the. U. S. S. Rochester. The
age limits are from 17 to 35 years.
Men must be healthy, clean and sober.
They navy has no . place for loafers or
bums; but men interested In getting
ahead, seeing the world and living
a healthy, happy life, with an oppor
tunity to get an education while get
jting paid for it are invited to invest
igate. -
GERMANS UNDER GUARD
CLEAN UP RUINS OF WAR
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(Continued from Page One)
sides were little more than paper.
Perhaps the . most impressive fea
ture of thin dead and blackened land
scape are the trees. Gaunt and stark,
stripped of every limb - and i branch,
they stand out against the skyline, so
many lifeless sticks. " '
Whole villages have disappeared,
ground by the big buns i into-mud or
dust, without one vestige remaining
to mark their ; location. This is true
of Peolcappelle, whose former exist
ence would not have been suspected
had not a. Belgian major volunteered
the Information that here his battalion
had ojjee held its main street for. three
days. .
Many live shells still remain in the
fields, and today a sa party was pass
ing within few miles . of , Dixmnde
they were startled by the explosion ; of
one of these "duds." . ,
Reconstructions going forward.
Near the shack reared by one thrifty
Belgian who has returned to the site
of his former .home is a disabled tank,
a shell having ripped hrough .its side
and exploded " in the interior. From
one side of the tank to that humble
home stretches a clothes, line and on
given days the family washing is
hung out to dr -
Children' of that family, play in the
broken tank, enacting, as they have
often heard related, the grim story of
the battle. That is, they play when
they are not at work, for Belgium is
using even its children to rebuild its
homes.
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CRYSTAL PHARMACY
25 South Palafox Street.
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"A COOL DRUG STORE"
PEROXIDE CREAM
For Face Massage. Phone 109
CAFE SAN CARLOS
A we'll ordered restaurant
of peculiar excellence. All the
delicacies of the season prop
erly prepared and served.
Service a la carte seven a.
9
m. to ten p. m. Luncheon
daily 75c. Special luncheons
or dinners may be arranged
for private dining rooms.
Direction Charles B. Hervey.
. Gulf City Coffee Co.
Roasters, Blenders, Shippers
FINE COFFEES
10711 East Intondencia Street
PENSACOLA. FLA.
MEYER SHOE CO.
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
GROVER'S SOFT SHOES
For Tender Feet
REED'S "BETTER BREAD
FOR SALE BY-ALL FIRST
CLASS STORES
REED'S SANITARY BAKERY
Palafox and Gregory Street
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
ArtVal and departure of passenger
trains al Pensacola. Fla. . mr,
The following: schedule figures pub
lished as Information and not guaran
teed. (Central Standard Time)
ARRIVES. . jLEAVES
5:30 p.m. Montgomery Bir
mingham, Nashville,
Louisville, Cincinnati 12:30 p.m.
6:80 p.m. St. Ixnils. Chicago,
Memphis 12:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m Atlanta. Washing
ton. JSWYork .... 12:30 p.m.
6'45 am. Monteome ry, Bir
mingham, Nashville
Louisville. Cincinnati 10:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. T.lemphls, St. Louis,
Chicago 10:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo-
blle .. ,... 10:45 p.m.
5:45 a.m. Atlanta, - Washing
ton. New York ...,16:45 p.m.
6:45 p.m. Mobile ' Local .... 6:00a.m.
9:45 a.m. Jacksonville. Talla
hassee 6:16 a.m
10:25 p.m. Jacksonville. Talla
hassee 0:55 p.m.
Daily except Sunday. x
UNITED STATES
RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION ,
TO RELIEVE INDIGESTION OK
DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A
Dyspepsia. ,
PVi) ' u J 25 Cents Box
THE CRYSTAL -PHARMACY
THE LEADER
Stadium Clothes
e Union Made
218 S. Palafox St. ;
THEY ALL RAVE OVER IT
THE LIZZIE SCOOTER
If You Drive a Ford Investigate.
You Will Eventually Own One.
H. A. Beard, Route 1.
CHEROCOLA
There Is -None So Good
Cliero-Cola Bottling Works
Phone. 236
' MORRIS BROS.
' All New Stock
LADIES' READY-TO-W'EA?,
" ."Belmont and DevilHers Street,
GENTS . FURNISHINGS
I and 11 South Palafox Str?
PORRAS AUTO SUPPLYcd
117-119 VY. Garfisn CL
lutomoblle Ruppllee ad Acceiacn
PHONE 949 '
BALKCOM DRUGCD
The Prescription Sfore'
Phone 19 or 123
Let Us Be Your ftlilk"
r Pasteurized Dairv Producta
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
123 W. Garden St. Phone 132
THE M & 0
ON THE SQUARE
Within Easy Reach of
r v Everywhere
EXIDE BATTERY AND
SERVICE STATION
THE UNITED AUTO CO.
I South Baylen Street. Phone I
Ford Owners Attentior
Have your Bearinps Fitted by
' Modern Burning System
PENSACOLA AUTO CO.
108 West Intendencia Strce
itxfs Make" You
"MAKE GOOD WITH A
KODAK"
Reynalds Music Hous
Clutter Music House
j ' For More Than C3 Years
' 1 J.4 South Palafox Street
I Phone 15
THE PIANO SHOP
TUNING and REPAIRING
Pianos, Organs and Phonographv
18-ZO East Garden Street
Phone 791.
Borras Transfer Co.
PHONE 1145 I
East Chase Strtet
i All Kinds of Hauling
i Your Business Solicited
FOR RENT
f Electric Vacuum Cleaners
ENSACOLA ELECTRIC CC
Commercial Department
. PHONR 2010
r
PENSACOLA LAUNCH &
MACHINE CO.
' WILLARD SERVICE STATION
Willard Storage Batteries and Repii'
of All Makes Batteries
Two Sets Marine Ways Machine
, Shop in Connection
The Parlor Market
"Horn of All That's Pure"
FRESH WESTERN MEAT?
Poultry, Fgg and G reen Groeerif
For Perfect Baking uj
WHITE CREST FLOUR
D. Kugelman & Co.
Sole Agents
' " Phones G66-GG7
Elebash Jewelry Co,
i Jewelers and Opticians
Successors to
Peter Lfndenstruth
' 1 12 S. Palafox St. Phone 713
Always the late?
records in stock.
PALACS
JEWELRY Ca
Ready-to-Wear Store
If It's New You
Will Find It Here
i L. E. NOBLES & CO.
! . Agents
Hart Schaffner & Marx and
Kirschbaurn Suits
Your Money'a Work or Your Morf
Back"
89 South Palafox Street. phor,J
WHITE & WHITE
20 South Palafox Street
"BETTER CLOTHES"
THE
MORGAN - TH0ESE
TRANSFER COMPANY
Truck or Team Service
Phone 710
AMERICAN NATIONAL
, BANK
Of Pensaeola
CAPITAL STOCK Paid In S500flOC
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