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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1919
- . if 'lit; "What Shall We Give Our DOINGS of the........ DUE FS allmanI BoyforChristmas? i 4 J I r; ; 4 4 !. u Si r. if h is 1 ft" i I- m hi tl t - T.'T. Cor. Belmont and Davis Sts. TRAILING THE COMMISSIONERS (Continued from Page, One) eented at the hearing before the Florida Purchase Centennial Commis sion yesterday. Not only were rep resentatives at the meeting' at the city hall, but they accompanied the party on their tour of the city and its en virons, and in their enhhulasm in jected much pep Into the day's cam- naijrn. Among those who made up ,the Santa Rosa delegation were Peter 'i. Rosasco, Senator W. A. McLeod, F. H. Cobb, Jr.. J. H. Collins, Dr. H. Mel vln, and R A. McGeachy. "Where the Flag Has Ne'er Come Down." - 4 (By I. LeBaron.) At the entrance to our harbor, of Pensacola Bay, Stands a grand old massive fortress, "Fort Pickens." by the way; Now, guarded in its glory, great rifles there abound, For through shot and shell and civil hell. Old Glory ne'er came down. ."'.nee the days when Spanish grandee, one hundred years ago, Pulled his ensign from the flagstaff, with "Buenos adieu. Americano." Xi flag of any nation cast its shadow , on the ground. .'-here stands the grand old fortress, u nere It never has come down. V ie birthplace of this commonwealth, is Pensacola Town; It wants the celebration, and its claims are Just and sound. (io'ask the East, go ask the West; The Union round and round. And with one accord, they each ex claim. Where th I- .tt.r has ne'er come r . : ' . C-'egste. ,'. r. '. r t i '.t"r.. . ere represented ,i .ig them being the : - i - .jnr, Regal. Bevo. '. . n-American College, and - tr. . . Thee delegations added much the celebration. Interesting Places. Various points of interest which were pointed out to the commission era today upon arrival. with the the briefest of description on account f the number, were: Plata Ferdinand VII. Plaza Ferdinand VII was named for the King of Spain. It is a part of a public place which originally ex tended from the bay to Intendencia Street from Palafox east to Include Seville Square. It then contained a fort, the governor's house, the church and other public buildings. The "Change of Flags' took place In the present Plaza. Seville Square. Seville Square was originally a part of the Plaza. The intervening space was cut up into blocks by the Span iards after the British occupation. St. Michael's Cemetery. St. Michael's Cemetery is probably as old as Pensacola, and has been used by all the nations which owned Pensacola. The southwestern portion, NAS3YIIXB. TBNTT. 'PIT Every boywants a bicycle. ' It will give him more gen uine fun. than 'anything else you could buy. Besides it will give him that wholesome exercise every growing boy needs and it can help him make money. Decide today to give him a Yale bicycle. It's so easy if you join our Christmas Bicycle Club Simply come in and choose from our large display the bicycle you want to give him. Then join the Christmas Picycle Club pay a little each week you won't' miss the money. . And on Christmas morning your boy'p fondest dream will come true when we deliver his new Yale bicycle.' Come in today. , : Weetwbrth, Jr. on Garden street contains many oia graves. Fort San Bernada. N (Remains at Spring and Brainard streets, in rear of Dr. Hutchinson s residence.) Built by the Spanish in their attack. 1779, on the British in Pensacola. The British held Fort George, a third of a mile south on the hill above town. A Spanish shell ex ploded the powder magazine and caused its surrender, bringing an end to British occupancy of Pensacola. Fort George. (Remains at Herron's residence.) Built during Uritish occupation In about 1763 on what was then Gage's Hill (named for General Gage) at the head of George street. The street and fort were named for King George III. After the Spanish had recaptured the town they called this fort St. Michael. Wm. Panton Storehouse. (Between Zarragossa and Main- West.) Probably the oldest house Pensacola. The residence of William Panton was near by. He was a mem ber of Panton, Leslie Co., a Scotch firm trading on both sides of the At lantic. From thta port a very large part of the Indian trade as far north as Tennessee was carried on through 'ensacola. under the guidance of Alexander McGilllvay. a famous half breed Indian chief, supposed to be buried in the yard of the Panton home. Tampa Delegate Here. J. A. Williams spent yesterday in the city, coming over from Graceville, to cover the hearings before the Florida Purchase Centennial Commis sion for the Tampa Times. Mr. Wil liams, formerly a West Florida boy, is now a resident of Tampa. He was prepared to state Tampa's position, but the commission's decision to meet at Jacksonville today caused him to delay. MADRID WORKMEN DECLARE HOURS Lockout Policy May Result in Men Finding: Other Jobs. Madlrtd, Oct. 27. In retaliation of the lockout policy of factory- proprie tors, workmen In many plants tod-ty refused to work more than. six hours which they can legally do . when a lockout Is threatened so they can hunt other Jobs. NEW YORK HONORS ROOSEVELT'S DAY Hundreds Visit Oyster Bay to Attend Memorial Services. New York, Oct. 27. Xew York to day honored the anniversary of the birth of Theodore Rooee,velt here and at Oyster Bay where hundreds visited the grave where memorial services were held. Eulogies were given at dinners here tonight. THIS IS IT! The Flour That Performs Perfectly Phone 163 CONGRESS AGREES IMMIGRATION ACT i . . Would Restrict Radicals By Ex tending: Power to Issue Passports. Washington, Oct. 27. The confer ence agreement on the administration bill to exclude radical immigrants by extending the federal power to limit Issuances of passports, was adopted today by the senate and house and now goes to the president. AMENDMENT TO TREATY REJECTED Senate Turns Down Johnson Provision Designed to Equal ize Voting: Power. Washington, Oct. 27. After reject ing the Johnson amendment to the peace freaty, designed to equate the voting power in the league of nations assembly, the senate took up tha Moss amendment on the same subject, but over opposition by administration leaders, action on this was postponed on Lodge's motion for a recess until PJo) u mm Fresh from the mountain orchards of the Pacific North west. The most select of all apples. Exquisite flavor, de pendable quality, juicy, rich in health minerals. Good apples are very import ant in family life so truly wholesome for old and young alike. A box ,of Skookum Apples in your pantry is a constant source of delight and health. They are fresher and cheaper from your dealer by the box. Every apple in the box is alike the bottom one as good as the top. I Hh lit 7 Titt rcriiFO Drfrua 1 1 Al ...v. fWN Y( ... . U ' T ) IfedKI &o mu aw do IpTf! BUT kiN UV"dy Sfcue ggg fcSTottS'.NouJ 1 ALBERT ARRIVES IN WASHINGTON Washington, Oct. 27. King Albert, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Leopold, of Belgium, arrived in Washington tonight for a three days" visit with officials of the nation's capital. They received a most enthusiastic welcome at the station, where they were met by Vice-President Marshall and other . . . .. V high government officials. Generals Pershing and March ac companied the royal party from Phil adelphia. Thousands crowded every vantage space around the station and plaza" through which they passed. After presentations, the royal visitors reviewed a pageant in which school children and war workers participated. They were then driven up Pennsyl vania avenue to the home of Brecken ridge Long, assistant secretary - of IW a. Af Look for this ' V P ) trademark on every, box ttJ Skookum Apples state,-where they will stay while in Washington. ROTARY CLUB WILL, MEET THIS NOON Members of the Rotary Club will meet in the Shantung room at the San Carlos at 1 o'clock this afternoon for luncheon. All members of the club have been notified by card, so that they may be present. Clear your complexion completely with R.esinol -Soap If you find yourself "left out" y ' because of a poor skin, and want 0T a clear, iresu complexion, use Resinol Soap at least once a day. Wash thoroughly with a warm, creamy latherof it, then rinse the face with plenty of cold water. It does not often take many ' days of such regular care with Resinol Soap to show an im- f movement. In severe cases, a ittle Resinol Ointment should be used at first. All druggists sell Resinol Soap and Ointment PORTER'S BAZAAR 115 North Palafox Everythinjr for the Housewife Mayes' Printing CoTl OFFICE SUPPLIES 17-19 We3t Government Street Phone 181 THE CENTRAL PHARMACY In ths Hssrt of Pens-cola" THE HOME OF QUALITY ICE CREAM 3B ' t77 Phones 178 ijJ KIque Bros.' Garage 07-9 West Garden Street i Phone 949 Expert Automobile Repairing Notice to Ice Consumers I Our wagona ara ju1pnd wh tea!-i pua consumers will Icaen sitact eorrwt piljrht and report ny rtip.cs-jrtciji u nve.n -o ornre. PHons 53 re !??. SOUTIIEKN UTILITIES CO. . ... ENSCOLA ICE COMPACT J.P.REM1CH&S0NS The Store That Setitfiei" Remlch's Grocery Specials Always Satisfy PIIUNE 722 36 North Palafox. PRUNES 3 CANS, 25c Garden Cash Grocer Garden and Dvil1!er fh4n ZC27 Bprinc Garden Mar. Groceries of All Kinds MIKE DROSSOS & CO. P Phone 234 ,WiU C. 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