THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1919
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TIGHTER MONEY WAS VISIBLY
THE BIG FACTOR IN WEEK'S
TRADING ON STOCK EXCHANGE.
INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS IMPROVED.
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New York, Oct. 20. Tighter money
as the governing factor cf the active
iut Irregular week on the stock ex
.hange, obscuring all other develop
ers, even the Improved Industrie
Scarcity of funds seemed to- exert
lttle adverse effect upon the opera-
Jons of pools In various specialties,
;ome of those Issues scoring new max-
xii us, while various obscure stocks
nade gains of 5 to 20 points.
Reasons for the money ' stringency
as found In the tremendous eipan
iion of brokers' loans and last week
eport of the clearing house, . actual
.oans and discounts of that Institu
:!on exceeding all records.
There were occasional spurts In high
rrade industrials and rails, but the
movement a9 a whole suggested an
aver-extended bull position, which
evoked warnings from conservative
Speculative conditions were offset
to a degree by the more hopeful labor
autlook, sustained Investment inquiry
ml favorable tenor of general bus!
3(33 advances, although retail trade
in certain sections suffered a moder
ate set-back. S
The one distinct retrograde move
ment was In foreign exchange, vir
tually all forms of remittance work
ing against London and continental
Hurope. Little was heard of foreign
loans, it being understood that their
outcome depends upon events at
SEATTLE This picture brought down from Alaska shows the master-at-arms 'of the . cutter' Unalga, who
played uncle to all the little Alaskatx orphans he could round up. Parents of these little ones had fallen
victims to Influenza. v
SENATE TO HEAR HEW
RAIL CONTROL BILL
Washington, Oct. 19. After adopt
ing provisions to end railroad strikes
by penalizing employes who go on
strike, or others who foment Strikes,
the senate interstate commerce com
mittee today completed the draft of a
bill to establish a"" permanent rail
road policy. Government control and
operation of "the roads would end In
thirty days after enactment of the
Provision was made for the estab
lishment of a federal commission on
wages and working .conditions. This
commission would have a number of
subordinate, regional committees for
prompt settlement of local disputes.
On the vote on final adoption of the
anti-strike provisions. Senator La Fol-
lette. Republican, of Wisconsin, alone
dissented. A poll ordered of absent
members, however, was expected to
develop a few other opponents.
The committee's anti-strike clauses.
which now are expected to retain In
the bill as reported out next week,'
follow those in the original Cummins
bill, except that the penalties against
Interference with interstate -commerce
would apply to those who foment rail
road strikes, such as outside labor
leaders, as well as to the railroad employes.
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TRAVELLING AFOOT WITH FEW
SUPPLIES, YOUNG MAN UNDER
TAkES LONG JAUNT IN THE
Seattle, OcL 20. An American ex
plorer, Harold Xoice, formerly a mem
ber of "Vilhajalmur Stefansson's party,
is working his way eastward on foot
along the route of the northwest pas
sage on the northern rim of the con
tinent, according to word received
here. He expetts to reach the Hudson
bay country and civilization some time
Storker Storkerson, formerly second
In command of the Stefansson party,
who arrived recently from the far
northj said that Kolce, accompanied
only by Eskimos, Is proceeding
slowly and mapping portions of the
coast lines as he goes. A stretch of
they coast line of Victoria Land, here
tofore unmapped, is being charted by
Jfoice may visit the interior of Vic
toria Land, which, according to all
reports, has never been explored by
white men. All explorers, traders and
trappers who have touched Victoria
Land have only journeyed along Its
New Tork This Is Mike GIlhooleytJ
fifth attempt to get fnt6 the United
States. They call him the champion
stowaway, alike 13 being held afEllhl
Island and in the meantime Is appeal-
lng to Secretary bf Labor" Wilson.
He came over from Brest, France.
before the war
during the war
20c, 30c and 50c
hc a package
THE flMJQR LASTS
SO DOES TOE PRICES
shores. Stefansson found the tribe of
"blond Eskimos" lri the Victoria Land
. Noice has no ship and but few eup
plies. He depends almost entirely iipori
his gun for his living. Stefansson, his
former chief, who Is noted among ex
plorers as being able to live off thS
barren white lands of the north, prob
ably taught JJolce Jibw to get about
without carrying manj1 supplies. '
Xoice's parents live In Seattle. The
explorer la young in years, having
graduated from a high school here
about eight years ago. He went north
In 1912 with Captain Louis Lane oh
the schooner Polar Bear. When Stef
ansson purchased the Polar Bear from
Lane, Nolce shipped as a member of
the crew. Later, when Stefansson de
cided to return to the outside world,
Noice left the party and remained In
the" North. His parents expect him to
return to Seattle 'next year.
PASSES NOT NEEDED
TO ATTEND AUCTION
McMillan Auction Company Wilt Sell
x Autos at Fort Barrancrs.
Prospective buyers who wish to at
tend the auction sale of used auto
mobiles, trucks and motor cycles at
Fort Barrancas at 9 o'clock this
morning, will hot be required to have
passes to enter the reservation.
The sale Includes a number of pas-
"ONLY ONE THING
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tearing coughs and croup, could have
made Dr. King's New Discovery the
nationally popular and standard rem
edy It is today.
Fifty years old and always reliable.
Good for the wholo family, A bottle
In the medic!ne cabinet means a short
lived cold or cough. 60c and $1.20.
Tomorrow night Pensacokuis
privileged to hear Helen Clark.
The renowned operatic contralto will ap-
pear in person. Her program consists of
the "songs that America loves."
Assisting Miss Clark will be Mr. Thomas
A. Edison's Three Million Dollar Phono
graph. SAN CARLOS
at 8:15 P.M.
Call, write or telephone for free tickets
of admittance. They will be issued in
order of application.
Watson, Parker Reese Co. ,
senger cars of various makes, as well
as trucks of assorted capacities. Sev
eral motorcycles, both with and with
out side cars, are Included in the
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Bowels that move spasmodically
free one day and stubborn the next
should be healthfully regulated by Dr.
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you keep the Impurities of waste mat
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Mild, comfortable, yet always relia
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with precision without the constipa
tion results of violent purgatives. 25c
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A wealth of fruit juice
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Simply add boiling
Compare it with the
old-style gelatine desserts.
It will be a delightful rev
Get the right kind - -
10 Flavors, at Your Grocer'
SPaekaga for 25 Cmntm
FIRST BAPTIST BOYS
, FORM SCOUT TROOP
Boys of the First Baptist church
met Friday night and organized a
troop of boy scouts to be known as
Troop No. 4.
F. L. Smith is scout master of the
new troop and seventeen boys are
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