THE PENSACOLA. -JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1919.
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Pride and Hdoesty
into the Bicycle :
"The trouble in buying" a Bicycle is you're
apt to get stung" is the way one fellow put
it. ' :.. ' . , J -. ...
He was only half right For under my
ONE PRICE PLAN you know what you are
buying and that the price IS RIGHT.
I have made my business sound and honest
Vand feel proud of fmy success. "v
. Weiitworth, Jr.
Cor. Belmont and Dayis Sts.
CALL FOR WORKERS
Special Effort to Be Made Today to
Enlist Men to Serve the Master.
Baptist churches in this city, as well
as all over the country, .are making
a special effort today to 'enlist all classes
of .workers. Rev. A. C. Odom at the
Kart Hill Baptist church, will preacn
this morning on "Whom Shall I Send,"
anrt this evening on "Who Will Go For
At the First Baptist church Rev. J. A.
Asley will preach on "Christ's Trumpet
Call to Service." Rev. E. E. Rice, of the
West Hill Baptist church, will also
preach on the need of. workers. :
According to reports from 20 Baptist
school centers in the south, made pub
lic yesterday, 1,841 persons - volunteered
for special service. Today will also be a
day of special prayer.
Rev. A. C. Odom, Jr., county organ
izer for the Baptist $75,000,000 campaign,
will speak at Union Hill Baptist church
this ' afternoon at 3 o'clock, at which
time the church is expected to accept
their apportionment of $500.
Reynalds Music House sent their pho
tographer, A. Knox Mclntyre, Saturday
afternoon, to , make pictures of the city.
Conditions were very favorable and a
number of pictures - were .made from
altitudes up ' to 2,600 - feet. ,
None of the other cabinet officials
would discuss what transpired at the
meeting:. - '
One phase of .the situation which
most officials had In mind was that
of costs of coal to the public durins
the threatened strike. It was said
that-the fair price committee work
lng with Attorney General Palmer to
reduce the' cost of living probably
would add coal to the commodities
on which they have Issued fair prices.
Officials said the . department of jus
tice would not undertake to set a na
tional price for coal, because of the
difference between mining costs and
freight rates, : but that the question
would be handled locally. ;
Just before the cabinet met, John L.
Lewis, president of the United Mine
Workers of America,. , sent ; word to
unions throughout the country that
work In the mines -would stop next
Friday night. . .
Lewis said the strike would last
"until the government is able to Induce
the stubborn coal operators to deal
humanely with the men who mine the
coaf- - y
. "And one man's guess la as good
as another's on that," he added.
; Before leavipg for home, members
of the miners' full scale committee
sentiment was largely against the
said they realized now that public
miners, but contended there Would be
a quick change with the "first evi
dence of profiteering."
SAYS SRIKE IS
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government operation of -" the coal
mines had not been discussed by the
cabinet. He said the purpose of the
discussion was to' find some basis oC
settlement between capttal and labor.
, " Soaps Are Not All
You Need For Bathing
To make the bath more complete, more luxurious, more
easily accomplished and thus more satisfactory, add a
sponge or a bath brush or a bath spray or all. Buy your
bath supplies here for excellence of assortment aswell as
excellence of quality. The two together are worth paying
my fair prices for.
Klmgmade Coats of Suede
The new suede "Air-in"is the smartest topcoat of the
season. Under the rich suede fabric is a layer of rain
proof fabric, light and invisible. - When the sun
shines this suede "Air-in"is a distinctive topcoat of
clever styling and richmaterial.When rainy weather
comes you arc kept dry and comfortable. The
suede "Air-in" affords the use of two coats at the
price of one.
The new suede eAir-in"insuresyour comfort as well
as your protection against rain. Hidden in the back
is a breathing aperture which permits a continual
circulation of air. This eliminates completely the un
healthy, uncomfortable stuffiness of . ordinary, rain- '
coat. Every suede "Air-in" actually breathes as
you walk. .
Go to any of the better dealers, and inspect an "Air
in" coat -they're made in many attractive fabrics
and styles. Your dealer will also show you Kling
made mackinaws, leather coats, sweaters, and other
clothing specialties of the same high quality. 1
KLING BROS. &. CQInc, CHICAGO
Maker of Klingmadm Clothing Specialties, including
- Klingmadm Leather and Leatherette Coat '
Thursday afternoon. Cut flowers used
in profusion with ferny and potted
palms formed a pretty setting for the
six tables in play. After the games
a delicious salad and ice course was
.served.' the. hostess .being assisted by
Airs. R. E. King. Mrs. John Stalling
and Mrs. W." H. Northup.
The club entertained as their guests
for the afternoon Miss Gladys Bell.
Mrs. Sydney' Bell, Mrs. A. C. Xaylor.
Miss Kate Davis of Mobile, Mrs. R. E.
King and Mrs. John Stalling.
. Among club members present were:
Mrs. Dick Carroll, Mrs. Lemuel Col
son, Mrs.. Charles Cottrell, Mrs. C E.
Driver, ifrs. W. E Holmes, Mrs. J
G.,, Joyner, Miss Florence Marstoh,
Mrs. J. Ti Moore, Mrs Wade Morgan,
Mrs. W. H. ESTorthup, Mrs. Ed. Gale
Quina, ' Mrs. Frank Welles, Miss
Blanche White, Mrs. Raymond White,,
Mrs. Walter White, Mrs. Jeff Brazil,
Miss Genie Bogart, Miss Occie Clubbs,
Mrs. E. M. Lusk, and the hostess, Mrs.
The club holds its next meeting with
Mrs. Charles Cottrell as hostess.
AND VARIED ON
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vances. followed by equally sharp re
actions. The character of the trading not
only reflected its professional, origin.
but pointed! to an over-extended bull
position, despite- 'the advances' which
easier money might have, afforded. t
Prices were 'Stabilized 'later ; by. ex
tensive buying of rails, 'secondary .' or
reorganized properties participating al
most in equal degree with invest
ments. Accummulation of rails pro
ceeded from the belief that federal
legislation'"and other developments at
Washington tare shaping' favorably
for the transportations.
" Although business at industrial cen
ters continued to show the effects of
strikes and other industrial disturb
ances, the volume of bank clearings
at leading reserve districts testified
to further expansion of general trade.
International financial features of
the week included the offering of a
$250,000,000 British government loan
by a nationwide banking syndicate
and announcement that the $36,000,000
French municipal loan placed here
three years ago would be paid at ma
turity on November 1 next.
MRS. W. H. GOULDING HOSTESS
TO FIVE HUNDRED CLUB.
Mrs. W. H. Goulding charmingly
entertained the 'Five Hundred . Club
that plays for the benefit of the Wo
man's Home ' at the regular meeting
New Orleans, Oct. 25. Announce
ment was made today of the death
of a second baby - following an opera
tion for cleft palate during a clinic
which featured the annual convention
of the National Dental-' Association
here. v . - ' ' ' ' .
According to a hospital report made
public today, Joseph Verret, aged two
years, dieJ at Charity hospital la'st
night from . Aoidiosis, a condition of
acidity in the blood which frequently
follows surgical operations. The Ver
ret baby and Raymond Pett, a two
and a half year old Lake Charles, La.,
baby, jfere operated on by specialists
at a clinic " last Wednesday. The Pett
baby died a few hours after the opera
THEIR FLAG ARE
HISSED AT FIUME
. Fiume, Oct. 25. The American flag
was hissed when it was unfurled last
evening in the Phoenician theatre here
and when the Star Spangled Banner
was played by the orchestra the audi
ence cried "'Down with America!
Down with Wilson! Long live greater
Italy and Fiume!"
Several scores of American sailors
who were present and stood up when
the American national . anthem was
played also were hissed and slurring
remarks directed at them.
The demonstration occurred when
an English company presented a ''Pa
rade of the Allies," during which the.
appearance of the Italians only was
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