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TJtiE PENSACOLA J O URNAL, SATURDAY MOKN1JN G, OCTUJBEJK 25, lvi.
fj$ Q rValkin' the dog: Any high school artist can draw a picture of a dog stand ing still, but it takes an ex perienced hand to make the dog walk or run. '', Same in the designing of BOYS' CLOTHES Almost any cutter can take a chip off an old block and j make it look like new but to .originate action in the lines - requires more than a passing knowledge of cutting up. It's a gift that our manu facturers have in the design ing, rooms and the new model3 they have turned out this Fall are worth your consideration. Boys' Fall Suits $8.50 up. iTohhtoie WANTED White and Colored HELP Apply at The Empire Laundry 'Where Linen Lasts" RAILROADS ASK RATE INCREASE OF COMMISSION Washington, Oct. 23. Increased rail transportation rates to offset the In crease In operating expenses during federal control is sought immediately from the interstate commerce com mission by the railroad corporations following a decision reached today af ter a conference between Director General Hines and representatives of the association of railway executives, lllnes said the government had no in tention of initiating advances, but "Will furnish data for railroads owners. There Is no Indication of how much advance will be asked. SPEC A 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. Special luncheon daily, 75c. Music at Luncheon and Dinner by famous Jazz Or chestra. . Dinner Dances Wednes and Saturday evenings. Management Charles B. Hervey. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS ALEXANDER BROS. 9th Ave and Gonzalez Groceries ;and Meat Market Phone 1246 Mayes' Printing: Co OFFICE SUPPLIES 17-19 West Government Stree Phone 181 THE CENTRAL PHARMACY In the Heart of Pensieola " I THE HOME OF QUALITY ICE CREAM t77 Phc n a 17S FOR To-day and Monday 24 lb. sack White Crest Flour $1.70 12 lb. sack White Crest Flour 90c 24 lbs. Merry Widow Self Rising Flour $1.60 12 lbs. Merry Widow Self Rising Flour 85c Magnolia Milk, per can 20c Dime Brand Milk, per can . . 17c Tall Pet Cream, per can .... 16c Small Pet Cream, per can . . ,8c 1 gal. Alaga Syrup $1.10 Vi gal. Alaga Syrup 55c Compound Lard, per lb. . . . .27c Leaf Lard, per lb 33c 4 lb. bucket Cottolene . . . .$1.40 8 lb. bucket Cottolene $2.70 Octagon Soap, 3 bars 25c Clean Easy Soap, 4 bars .... 25c Palmolive Soap, per bar . . . .10c New Way Washing Tablets, per box 25c Dried Apples, 2 boxes 35c Dried Prunes, per lb 25c Dried Apricots, per lb. 30c 1 lb. Canned Tomatoes, per doz $1.00 Tomato Paste, per doz 80c Vinegar, per bottle . . . ...10c Premier Canned Spinach, per can 30c Premier Salad Dressing ...40c Premier Prepared Mustard .15c Honey Crisp Corn Flakes, 2 for 25c Kellogg's Corn Flakes, per box lc Irish Potatoes, per peck 60c Sweet Potatoes, per pk. 40c Onions, 4 lbs. for 25c Palmetto Coffee, 1 lb. pkgs. 30c Golden Rio, red pkgs 30c Fresh Eggs, per doz .60c Butter, per lb 70c Swift's Premium Hams, per lb 40c Picnic Hams, per lb 27c Salt Meat, per lb. 30c Beechnut Jellies and jams, per lb 25c Honey in Comb, per lb .30c Supreme Corn Beef, per lb. .40c Supreme Roast Beef, per lb. 35c Supreme Tripe, per lb. . . . . .30c Vienna Sausage, 2 lbs. .... 25c Dried Beef, per can ....... 15c Potted Meat, per can ...... .5c Underwood's Deviled Ham, per can 25c Russian Caviar, per can . 40c Sardines, 3 cans for 20c Large can Pink Salmon . . . -25c Large Red Libby Salmon, per ' can 40c Sphinx Tuna Fish, white, per can 25c A. CAPADUCA GROCERY Cor. Jackson and Reus St. PHONE 206 Free Delivery to All Parts of the City. HEALTH BOARD CONTINUES TO MAKE REPORTS The work of inspecting the school children of Pensacola was entirely completed yesterday when the chil dren of Clubb's Annex and the re mainingr colored schools were exam ined. The work in the rural distriots has also continued all week. The fol lowing report is made: . Clubbs Annex Anaemia, 15. en larged glands, : 5 ; pulmonary diseases, 4; hookworm. 29; defect orthopaedic 2; conjunctivitis, 72; defect of vision, 33; defect of nasal breathing, 3; de fect of teeth, 20; enlarged tonsils, 40; total defects, 223- 131 pupils, 1.7 per cent, defects per pupil. St. Joseph's (creole) Anaemia, 1; enlarged glands, 7 . pulmonary dis eases, 4; hookworm," 2; conjunctivitis. 13; defect of vision, 8; defect of nasal breathing, 2. defect of teeth. 12; en larged tonsils. 15; total defects. 64. 67 pupils, 5 per cent- defects per pupil. St. Joseph's (colored) Anaemia, 2; enlarged glands, 10; pulmonary dis eases. 4; defect orthopaedic, 1. con junctivitis, 16; defect of vision, 7; de fect of nasal breathing. 1; defect of teeth. 6. enlarged tonsils, 21; total de fects. 6S. 107 pupils, .63 per cent de fects per pupil. School ?Co. 104 (colored) Anaemia, 5; enlarged glands, 18; pulmonary diseases, 10; cardiac disease. 1; defect orthopaedic, 4; conjunctivitis. 44. de fect of vision, 69; defect of teeth, 16; enlarged tonsils, 28; total defects, 195. 264 pupils, .73 per cent defects per pupIL Dr. Grace Whltford went to Cen tury today and the night of the twenty-fifth leaves for Jsew Orleans where she will read a paper on "School Hy giene for Rural Communities" before the American Public Health Associa tion. She also serves on the organiza tion committee of the Child Hygiene Section of the association and on the question committee of her section. She expects to return to Pensacola on Fri day, the thirty-first. During her ab sence. Dr. A. C. Hamblin of Tampa will be in charge of the work. Dr. Tatom will also be in New Or leans next week at the meeting of the association. NEWS OF RECORD John H. Christie and wife to Theo dore Jones, Oct. 20, 1919, $100 and other considerations, S. 18 ft. lot 15 and N. 17 ft. lot 16, block 9, Maxent tract. R. W. Johnson, not married, to Traders Brokerage Co., Oct. 20, 1919, $1 and other considerations, N. S7 feet lot 9 and N. H lot 10, block 24, New City tract. S. D. Davis and husband to R. W. Johnson, Aug. 22, 1919, 81 and other considerations. East 35 feet of N. lot 10, block 24, New City Tract. THEY GET ACTION AT ONCE Foley Kidney Pills Invigorate streng then and heal inactive, weak and dis eased kidneys and heal iaactive, weak and diseased kidneys and bladder. Mrs. O. J. Kills. 506 8th Ave.. Sioux Falls, S. IX. writes: "I suffered with kidney trouble; used to have severe pains across my back and felt miserable and all tired out, but after taking Foley Kidney Pills I am well. I have not been bothered with kidney trouble since." They relieve headache, rheumatic patns, swollen or etxiff joints, puffiness under the eyes, floating specks. Adv. Specialized Shoes for Children Mothers who appreciate the necessity of having- their chil dren properly shod will be in terested in our specialized shoes. They are made of solid leather, strongly stitched on Goodyear welts, built by specialists who understand the anatomy of children's feet. There are many models, all strongly made and good looking. Bring the children in and let them make their own selection. Shoes bought of us shined free. Anson's Shoe Store 19 South PaJafox St. TEAM CAPTAINS FOR RED CROSS READY TO VORK WOMAN'S COMMITTEE WILL MEET AT SAN CARLOS THIS AFTERNOON FOR PURPOSE OF ORGANIZING TEAMS. Team captains have been appointed for the Red Cross Roll Call, to be launched November 2, and W. K. Hyer, chairman of the Roll Call Committee, announced yesterday afternoon that everything is in readiness for the great drive. The Woman's ' Committee, of which Mrs. J. C. Dunham is the official head. will meet at the San Carlos hotel this afternoon, at 4:30 o'clock, when the work of the woman's division will be outlined, and the various teams organ ized. Mrs. Dunham has made the follow ing appointments: Mrs. W. K. Hyer, vice-chairman; with the following team captains: Mrs. C. Ray Mitchell, Isis; Mrs. V. J. Fauria, Central; Mrs J. A. Merritt, American National . Mrs. Korse. Bayou Grande; Mrs. M. E. Quina, Bay shore; Mrs. Ed. Gale Quina. Bayou Texar; ,Miss Zoe Bell. Bayou Chico; Miss I sa be lie Ingraham, Ship building: plant; Miss Grace Hamilton, Patriotic League; Miss Herriman, Professional and Business Women; Miss Margaret Ray. Y. W. C. A.; Mrs. C. B. Hervey nd Mrs. Sam Kahn, the San Carlos hotel; Mrs. Henry Hilton Green, postoffice. The following will picket the various districts of the city: Mrs. G. W. T. Rogers. (12); Mrs. M. A. Quina, (13). Mrs. Lee MacDonell. (14); Mrs. James White. (15); Mrs. C. W. Oliver, (26); Mrs. C. S. Bonacker, (27); Mrs. C. E. Driver. (2S); Mrs. Dan Shepard, (29); Mrs. F. B. Hagerman, (30); Mrs. O. J. Semmes. (31); Mrs. William Fisher. (32); Mrs. W. II. Watson. (34). Men's Committee. Sam Pasco, chairman of the men's division, has called a meeting of his team captains for Monday afternoon. at five o'clock. Mr. Pasco has made I the following appointments: F. I. j Seeger. J. I. Hendrick, W. B. Kerriss, i John Massey, Harry Lurton, J. H. Baylcss, C. J. Levy, J. H. Cross, i William Fisher. F. S. Mellen. I Mr. Hyer announced last night that the active co-operation of the mem bers of the negro Red Cross has been assured. Seymour Carroll. Red Cross worker, who was actively engaged in the work durinsr the war will sneak at the Bigion church at three o'clock on Sunday afternoon, to members of his race, and any who are Interested in this service. "READ 'EM -AND WEEP" N THEN THEY SAW THE COP .' NARY PICK FORD 6 As a Tough Street Urchin in THE HOODLUM The Picture of a Thousand Laughs "Just Folks" like you and I envy the rich and pity the poor. But we needn't think either has a monopoly on the Joys of life. In the opening reels of the picture we see .how a very rich little girl plays and then we see how the same little rich girl enjoys the wild life of the slum children. And now we're guessing which Is the better off. Make your own choice when you see it. TODAY Last Showing Matinee PRIZMA Showing the Mighty Volcano of Kileau in Hawaii in its awe-inspiring beauty of nat ural colors. Isis Semi-Weekly Live Wire News Harold Lloyd in "Billy Blazes, Esquire A Whiz-Bang Comedy Overture "Light Cavalry" . (Suppe) . REILLY'S DE LUXE ISIS ORCHESTRA PROF. A. C. REILLY, Director JACK PICKFORD IN A Burglar by Proxy" COBLENZ IS GAY AS ARMY POST U. S. Soldiers Remain There; Wives Live in Y. W. C. A. Hostess House. Coblenz is taking on very much the air of a big American army post since our officers there have been permitted to send home for their wives, accord ing to Miss Ruth Woodsmall of Den ver, Colorado, who has just returned from Y. W. C A. Hostess House work in France and Germany. "The num ber of women war workers in that area is very much decreased," says Miss Woodsmall, "but the government has asked that .the Hostess House be kept open until the first of January at least,, for the officers' wives who are living in Coblenz and for the T. W. C. A. girls stationed there." The Hostess House at Coblenz was one of the most popular German ho tels of that city before it was requisi tioned by our government as a billet for American women in Germany. It has .living accommodations for forty Cut this Out It's Worth Money. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip.enclose with 5c and mail to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Hon ey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup; Foley's Kidney Pills for pains in ' sides and back, rheuma tism, backache, kidney and bladder ailments; and Foley's Cathartic Tab lets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for constipation. biliousness, headache, and sluggish bowels. Sold everywhere. EASIER NOW THAN LATER It Is easier to break up a cold or check a cough now than it will be later. I re Blstent bronchial coughs that "hang on" all winter nave the way for serious throat and lung diseases. I XV. Day. 65 Campbell Av.. K.. Detroit. Mich., writes: "Foley s Honey and Tar relieves one oi bronchitis very quickly. I hope never to have it asrain." This reliable old family medicine for the relief of coughs, colds, crouo. hoarseness, etc.. contains no opi ates. Children like it. Sold everywhere. Adv. five women, and has served meals to as many as 1,500 people a day. It had the distinction of having the only dining-room on the Rhino which was open to officers and enlisted men of the Army of Occupation at the same time, and as there were sometimes as many as 8,000 men on leave in Co blenz at a time during the spring, it was decidedly busy. As a. social cen ter, too, it made a reputation, for the best orchestra in Coblenz played there every evening. Between three and four hundred officers and men would come In during the evening, for coffee or chocolate, or just to enjoy the music. The Army of Occupation has shrunk from 250,000 to 8,000 men," and Coblenz is no longer full of soldiers on leave. The billet continuously occupied by women welfare workers, however, and so long as there are American troops in Germany, it seems probable that there will be a demand for the , Coblenz Hostess House. " Lame , Shoulder. This is a common form of muscular rheumatism. No internal treatment is needed. Apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely four times .a day. This Liniment has proven especially valuable for mus cular and chronic rneumausm ana is certain to . elve "Quick relief. Chamber lain's Liniment is also, most excellent lor sprains ana Druises.av. Stomach Trouble sad Constipation. "I have never found anything so good fori stomach trouble ad constipation as Chamberlain's Tablets." writes Mrs. B. Hooper. Auburn.- N. Y. Adv. TODAY "Why Young Girls Leave Home" (L-KO Comtdyi Jim Corbctt in "The Midnight Man" Mutt and Jeff in Spain (Cartoon Comedy) " TOMORROW Pete Morrison in "AT THE POINT OF A GUN" THE GREAT GAMBLE A FURIOUS SLAP STICK COMEDY Fr W7 mi LIQU OUICK RELIEF; HO. ACETANIJ.1DC HEADACHE Atma. GRIPP Trv II Trial Bottl 1 0o larger RELIEVES, TIRED ACHING MUSCLES Buy a Bottle of .Sloan's Liniment and Keep, It Handy for Emergency. ."If I only had some Sloan's Lini ment!" How of ten. you've said that! And then when the rheumatic twinge subsided after hours of suffering you forgot it! Don't do it again get a bottle today for possible use tonight! A sudden attack may come on sci atica, lumbago, sore muscles, stiff joints, neuralgia, the pains and aches resulting from exposure. You'll soon relieve it with Sloan's, , the liniment that penetrates without rubbing. S3 years leadership. Clean econom ical. Three sizes 35c:, 70c, $1.40. SERVICE QUALITY CLINTON TAILORING CO. Clothing", Raincoats and Shirts Made to Order ALTERING, CLEANING AND PRESSING No. 10 East Intendencia Street - f Phone 2294 JPMTi Wire Youi Home for Electricity Big Dividends in Comfort are only a part of the advantages you derive when you wire your home for Electric Service. Modernity and su perlative convenience are two other factors of equal importance. Electric Service Increases Property Values The home wired for Electricity always sells for more and rents for more than the unwired house. It is considered a far more desirable piece of property than the unwired dwelling. If your home Is without Electric conveniences phene us and let us help you. " Telephone 2010 4rjw? PensacolaEfeeiric Co. 34 East GarrUni St DM re livJ fpUl Wo fl)o Wo doad.il Where Dancing is Best! Music by Faircbild's Union v Augmented Jazz Orchestra JBenttemen. 5Cc, Ladies' iOGl- Paocinq at This p im incKnj war Tax I Saturday Night, W or Shine 17c-28c Night 28c -55c V