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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1919.
8 REGULARS DEFEAT - SAILORS AT MAXENT OFFICERS CONFISCATE LARGE QUANTITY LIQUOR NORTH FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO MEET j, , "r4i A size is what you wear but a fit is what you want 1 The difference between a size and a fit has kept many a young lady away from a dance and away from the store that sold her the shoes. Above all things, this store prides itself on its fitting powers for we honestly be lieve that our present day strength in the city has been built on perfect fitting fits. So we therefore insist that you take a fit whether you have been used to it or not. ' I J' "f Local Team Takes Slowest Game by . - . -: " 15 to 5. .i U. S. Marshal and Deputy Take Con traband From Simpson. TJoihriWMte Store 1 iVZ2f! If You Are Not Satisfied With the Laundry Service you are now getting Phone 322 The Empire Laundry "Where Linen Lasts" FOR RENT Store or office now occu pied by Barkdull Land Co., adjoining Lobby of San Carlos Hotel. Apply to CHARLES B. HERVEY ""May es "Printing Co? OFFICE SUPPLIES 17-19 West Government Street Phone 181 MILES POINDEXTSR This is the latest picture of JJnited States Senator Miles Poindexter, "who Is much in the public eye just now.' BELIEVE STRANGER TO BE EAST BAY CITIZEN In a slow, one-sided and wholly un interesting: game the Pensacola Reg ulars defeated the team from the U. S. : S. Harding yesterday afternoon at Maxent Park by the score of 15 to 5. The game started off as a slug-test and both sides really had their fill of swatting the pilL The only advantage that the Regulars had was in their fielding, which was very good. The sailors were poor in this department of the game.- The features of the game were a perfect throw by Vlllar from deep left field to, first base, the three bag ger of Scarritts and the consistent hitting of Mcintosh. ' Stockman and Archer played excellent ball for the sailors. The pitchers on ( both ' sides seemed to lack pep, or something, and did not put up anything like a cred itable performance, , : The second game was called off due to a misunderstanding between the Aviators and a picked destroyer team, the Aviators being under the impres sion that the team could not be got ten together. They' couldn't have played anyway, because the first bunch hogged all the daylight. Captain Axelson Sent for to Identify Drowned Man. The stranger . who was found dead In the slip between the Warren and Saunders wharves. early Sunday morning is believed to be Bill Lowery of East Bay. As yet positive identi fication has not been made, but the authorities have sent for Captain Axelson, of East Bay, who will arrive in the city this morning. i No clue has been discovered so far to substantiate the foul play theory advanced yesterday by several people and which set the police and county authorities to work investigating. BLISS NATIVE CRD TABLET S Recognized as the only standard herb remedy:; heve been relieving suf ferers trom Disordered Stomach Biliousness. ' Constipation. Impure Blood. Rheumatism, and Heartburn. A .sreat Kidney and Liver Regulator. Look for the money-back guar antee in every box. Get the genuine. Every tablet stamped Sold by leading druggists and local agents everywhere. Made by Alonzo O. Bliss Co.. Washington, D. C. NEW ENTRY FILED IN TIME WARRANT CASE James Macgibbon, et. al., Protest Against Validating Boncl3. James Macgibbon, et. al., all as pri vate citizens and .tax payers, have filed intervention proceedings in the mandamus proceedings of the county commissioners in the circuit court. The board of county commissioners is attempting to have $20,000 worth of time warrants for road work de clared valid. The clerk of the circuit court has refused L to sign1 the war rants, and the county's action fol lowed. ' The case will be presented to Judge Campbell in the circuit court shortly. IT.. S. Marshal Perkins, with.' Deputy Marshal McMillan, went aboard the tug Simpson late Saturday night and confiscated nine sacks, each contain ing several quarts of liquor. No ar rests were made at the time, but it Is understood that the party, to whom it belonged will plead guilty today. V, S. 'Deputy Marshal McMillan, with ; Jackson Gray, deputy clerk in ternal, revenue service, and Deputy Sheriff Archie Bowman, Saturday morning, arrested Lloyd Morgan and E. G. Powell at Roberts, on the charee of having a still in their possession. The men were brought .to the city, where they were given a hearing be fore Commissioner Sullivan, who or dered Morgan held and discharged Powell. - B. 3. Hancock; of Board of Governors, Will Attend. A meeting of the . North - Florida Chamber of Commerce has been called at Chipley tomorrow. Postmaster B. S. Hancock, who. is a member of the board of governors, will -stop off on his way home f rom . the centennial meeting to attend the session." PHOTOS USED IN , w SUNDAY'S EDITION Reception Committpe Picture and De - stroyers by Local Photographer. : LAZ WOLFF IS WITH THE ECONOMY" STORE , Laz Wolff wis. ies to inform h?s many friends that ho s now connected with the . Economy Store,. 307. South Palafox street, where he will take great pleasure in showing you the greatest fads In gents,' furnishings and ladies' ready-to-wear. Don't for get to ask him for your profit-sharing certificates. Remember this, he will save you 20 per cent on purchases. FOOD SITUATION IN NEW YORK IS SERIOUS LIQUID! QUICK RELIEF NO ACETANILIDC NO dope NO DOOZE ITS RELIABLE FOR HEADACHE New Tork, Oct.' 19. The most seri ous food shortage in ! its history threatened this city today as a result of the unauthorized longshoremen's strike. Food stuffs are piled high on the piers, and Arthur "Williams, fed eral ,. food administrator, said large quantities of fruit, vegetables and I other perishable foods have decayed. Coastwise steamers .and vessels plying between New Yerk and Central and South ' American ports - are still tied up in the harbor. Thousands of tons of sugar are waiting to be re moved -to the refineries and the city's shortage in this commodity is attrib uted by officials to the strike. Notwithstanding persistent efforts of international officers to induce the men to return to work, only 5,000 of the "40,000 men Involved are working, union leaders admitted- The largest union in the district last night voted to remain on strike. SHIPPING NOTES. i The Austrian steamer Trieste ar rived late yesterday afternoon from Galveston. . The steamer has put into this port for touhker coal before sail ing for Gibraltar. The Triest is berth ed at the G. F. & A. docks. ' The pictures used in Sunday's edi tion of The Journal .were made from photographs by local artists. The pic ture of the committee of welcome be ing received by Admiral Plunkett was by Cottrell, and the pictures-of the de stroyers were by Box Koday Shop. Local t photographers make all of The Journal's pictures, except such as come from the news illustrating syndicates. . ' Rheumatism is completely washed out of the system by the celebrated Shlvar Mineral Water. Pos itively guaranteed by money-back offer Tastes fine; costs a trifle. Delivered any where by our Pensacola Agents, West Flo Ida Grocery Co. Phone them. EASES A COLD WITH ONE Tape's Cold Compound" then breaks up a cold in a few hours . - Relief comes instantly. A dose taken every two hours until three doses' are taken usually breaks up a severe cold and-ends all the grippe misery. The very , first dose opens your clogged-up nostrils and the air pass ages in the head, stops nose running, relieves the headache, dullness, fever ishness, sneezing, soreness and stiff ness. " Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing and snuffling! Clear up your congest ed head ! X othing else in the world gives such prompt relief as "Pane's Cold Compound," which costs only a few cents at any ydrug store. It acts without ' assistance, tastes nice, con tains no quinine insist upon Pape's. Adv. II r ... i w v. tr v . -i 4 wic . VH I If ,J V 1 I ' 11 ALICE BRADY rrhLVYmiD.T0LivEirr TOD AY O N L Y We Present , 1 Picture of the ' Life Where Con- i vent J on isn't known.; ALICE BRADY , , -IN- "THE WORLD . TO LIVE IN" An Interes'tina Story of a Girl's Strug 5 file From Wrong to Right MR. AND MRS. CARTER DellAVEN 11 A SUMMER COMEDY "CLOSE TO NATURE" Revealing the Comforts (and Discomforts) of a Summer Hotel in Racy . - ' Action. "ISIS TOPICS OF THE DAY" (LITERARY DIGEST) REILLY'S DE LUXE ISIS ORCHESTRA MATINEE 11c-22c NIGHT 11o-28e i TOMORROW ZAZA MTTS and FLORENCE VIDOR in THE OTHER HALF' - " ' , (A King Vidor Master Production) f Tuesday Regular Feature "Isis Semi-Weekly Live Wire News" BONITA THEATRE TODAY TODAY " v Srtw XSr-H5k -SSfi4V lfcSSSfc- .gS? --22 S 61 17 Prizes will be given to the Ladies of Pen sacola for the bst name selected for the ESeauty and Hair Parlor to be opened at 336 Brent Building FIRST PRIZE Permanent Hair Wave, complete with water wave.' Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Prizes will be a Facial Massage and Shampoo. The Next Twelve Prizes will be either Shampoo or Massage. Contest closes Monday, October 20th. Send letters to 336 Brent Building;. . ONLY. THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH The business world wants expert help. Let us train you. v PAN-AMERICAN COLLEGE Phone 51. - 274-289 Brent Bldg. IHE CENTRAL PHARMACY, "In the Heart of PenK.eo1a" IT THE HOME OF QUALITY ICE CREAM L 177 Phone 17 NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS ALEXANDER BROS. 9th Ave and Gonzalez . Groceries and Meat Market Phone 1246 Automobile Repair EAST HILL GARAGE 1501 East Blount i THE KOZY CORNER Agents for Johnston's Milwaukee Candies The Appreciated Chocolates" PEAKE ELECTRIC CO. The Home of " Exide Battery ; Service ' West Garden St. . Phone 343 A New Walking Boot Most women should walk more than they do, and this new boot with its smartness and comfort is a strong" temptation to regu lar exercise in the crisp Autumn air. In cordovan or black , as you prefer. - Price $7.50 to $12.50 in Goodyear welts. McKays from $4 to $6 Shoes bought of us shined free Save the difference Anson's Shoe Store 19 South Palafox St. Cafe San Carlos offers a clean up-to-date service of the best foods obtainable, at prices that are consistent ; with the times. Service a la carte seven a. m. to ten p. m. ; - v Special luncheon daily, 75c . Music7 at Luncheon and Dinner by famous Jazz Or chestra. : , Dinner , Dances Wednes and Saturday evenings. Management Charles B. Hervey. If there is anything you have which you do not need maybe only an extra piece of furniture or possibly a lot, a house or an automobile realize its value in cash thru a For Sale in the Journal's classified columns. THE UNIVERSAL CAR .z The Ford Seian with electric -'starting and lighting system and : demountable rims with 33-inch tires all around, for every day in the year has no equal as a family car. : Just as popular on the farm as it is in the city. In fact, it fits the farmly demands in every vocation of life. . Large, roomy seats, finely upholstered, plate glass windows make 1 it' an open car in pleasant weather, while in rainy and inclement weather it becomes a closed car, dust-proof and rain-proof. It is ideal for social functions, the theatre, or parties ; carrying the children ' to school, or for touring. It 'is not only comfortable, but really cozy, and above all, economical in operation and maintenance, and has all the Ford merits of WviUnv strength and durability. , We solicit your order : for one. Come in and see it. ' tHA. &krt$$$M JJo ML ARIDDEDSSdDFd f'Mm WEST GARDEN STREET i PHONE 1914 SII . I VIA', i 4 ' s. ; k v i X Hi JANE ' HERVENX NEW YORK This was her first trip -in an American piano. Fhe is Jane Herveux, famous .French aviatrfx, holding- a captain's comrai.io:i Thousands were thrilled in her exhi fcition flight at Mineola field. t .J i I f I I I 1 1 -a L 1 -T- , Tl , E&00 iMffiBQIS J PonH Accept, "su'lti twites $ i THE JOURNAL WANT ADS ARE RESULT GETTERS