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THE PENSACOLA! JOURNAIi "WRDNESD AY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1919.
"Can I Have a Bicycle 'for Xmas?"
Your Boy
Just ask your boy tonight: "If you could have what
you want most for Christmas, what would you choose?"
Sure, he'll say, "A bicycle." .;- '
If you buy him a Yale it will be a gift that will last for
years and" will give him heaps of f un every dayand lots of .
clean exercise in the open air. " :
Christmas Bicycle Club y i
will solve your Christmas problem. .,. ".
v Come in today and let us tell you how. easyjt, will be to
give him a bicycle the. kind that is made" to stand "boy
wear and tear." - . :, . - - ,v - '
Remember, you must act quick if you want to join the i
Christmas Bicycle Club. ' ' ' ' ' '
Come in today. . '' . s -' J , ' ' .',
T.
T,
Wemtwdrth,
Cor. Belmont and Davis Sts.
Phone 163
so richly endowed by nature, so mag
nificently served by its people, pursue
in the serenity of its power, its work
of achievement, of culture and of
progress." ' " '. -: ' " , -
On their arrival at the capltol. Kins
Albert and his son were met by a re
ception committee composed of Sena
tors Lodge, Harding:. Warren, Hitch
cock, Swansen and Underwood and es
corted to the Senate chamber.'"
Senator4 Cummins, president pro
tempore presided and Introduced King:
Albert, paying: high tribute, to the
gallantry with which Belgium had met
the first shock of the war and barred
the path of Germany.
MARKET REPORTS j
New York Oct.
opened firm.
December
January .........
starch ; .
May
July ......
28. Cotton futures
35.98
35.45
34.85
.34.27
.......... 33.85
New Orleans,, Oct. 28. Cotton fu
tures opened-firm. -
December 36.76
January . .'t..... 35.86
March .............. 34.95
May 34.35
July 33.85
In
weather with apprehensions of killing:
frosts in northern parts of the west
ern belt. ' .
The buying was stimulated by the
western belt forecast for probably
freezing weather in northern sections
tonight and the advance continued un.
til December sold at 36.47 and January
at 35.88. ' '
Chicago, Oct. 28. Cold weather ex
pected to stimulate husking and shell
ing had a bearish Influence today on
the corn ' market. Opening prices,
which ranged from a shade to c
lower, were followed by a slight rally
in some cases an then by a moderate
general decline.
It immA30V lti Yf 0
dlmtely 2 I il I I fill
soothes, dUta- J I I I I "ill I
fects and heals X II I 1 II 1 1 V
Burns, Bruises. I I 1 M
Bites, Stlnn, Cuts. V
Eczema and aU Bkla 3 II II
Troubles, y LSIl
V K.ep a Bottle . I
o Your Ebelf J,
for Emerjeaoies
; Atk Your Oealtr
NfS)Vw YEL0INE CO .
STEAMER SINKS IN
MOBILE XiAKpUiv
Munson Liner Goes Down in 27
Feet of Water.
Mobile, Ala Oct. 28. The steamer
Mundale of the Munson steamship
Company sank in twenty-sevens feet
of water at the pier here this after
noon. , Officials refused to make com
ment, but it was unofficially reported
her seacocks were open and when the
ship took a decided list to port the
water rushed in the hold.
RAIN PORTERS
DEMAND INCREASE
Washington, Oct. 28. Porters on the
passenger trains of the Southern, At
lantic Coast line. Seaboard Air Line,
Chesapeake and Ohio, Richmond Fred
ericksburg' and Potomac have present
ed a petition to railroad administra
tion for a general increase In wages of
not less than 65 per cent.
Gastonia, N. C. Oct. 28. More than
seven hundred employes of the Loray
mills, one of the largest textile plants
Kiique Bros GaraFJ
iv4r west uarden Street
Phone 949
expert Automobile Repair
Notice to lc Consumers
ktrur wagons are qntpnod .
nd consumers will rleiiVJ'
drive to ofrtc. Phooas 19 tx l&i 1
j SOUTHERN UTIlAflS CO.
jPENSACOLA ICE COlpAW
Htfay es PrihtinJc
17-19 West Government Stree
Phone 181
tBE CENTRAL THARM
In the Heart of Pentteol, I
7
inc. HUME OF
QUALITY ICE CREAM
177 Phones 178
In the south walked out today, jue it
said to differences with superinlc
wage- or hour tkmar,
dents. No
were made,
PEAKE ELECTRIC CO.
The Home of Exide Battery
Service
30 S. Palafox
Phone 345
Tnunnn nr nnnn
aiuur ur mi ,
I CHILD'S LAXATIVE
PROHIBITION AS
WAR TIME ACT
TO BE ABOLISHED
. -
(Continued from Page One) ....
Sook at Tongue! iJemov PoLsoxv
From Stomach Liver j
and Bowels. I
$
Accept "California Syrup of FIgf
only look for the name California or
the package, then you are: sure youi
child is having the best and mosi
harmless laxative or pbysiCy for thi
little stomach, liver and bowels. Chil
dren love Its delicious fruity taste
Full directions for child's dose on eact
bottle. Give it without fear.
Mother! Tou must say "California!"
Adv.
immediate - consideration. Senator
Robinson, Democrat of Arkansas, ob
jected and then Senator Sterling
moved that the Senate, which was in
NOW RAISES -600
CHICKENS
After Being Relieved of Or
ganic Trouble by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound.
Oregon, 111. "I took Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound for an or
ganic trouble which
pulled me down un
til 1 could not put my
foot to the floor and
could scarcely do my
work, and as I live
on a small farm and
raise six hundred
chickens every year
it made it very hard
for me. . -.' v
"I saw the Com
pound advertised in
our paper, and tried
It
iiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiHiiii
HI
it.
has restored
FRESH OYSTERS
TODAY
45c per pint
85c per quart
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my health so I can do all my work and
I am so grateful that I am recommend
ing it to my friends." Mrs. D. M.
Alters, R. K. 4, Oregon, I1L
Only women whohave suffered the tor
tures of such troubles and have dragged
along from day to day can realize the
relief which this famous root and herb
remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, brought to Mrs. Alters.
Women everywhere in Mrs. Alters
condition should profit by her recom
mendation, and if there are any eom-
Rlicationa write Lydia E. Pinkham's
ledicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice.
The result of their 40 years experience
is at your service.
open executive Session for debate on
the peace treaty, proceed to legisla
tive business. '
Senator . Lenroot, Republican, Wis
consin, who was presiding temporarily-,
ruled the Sterling motion was debatable.
Urging that the President's veto be
sustained,- Senator, .Underwood. Demo
crat. Alabama. said '.war time prohi
bition was w unconstitutional because
It involved - rcOntlscation of private
property without adequate compensa
tion.
Senator Borah," Republican. Idaho,
remarked that as" a result of President
Wilson's statement on the coal strike
and ' his prohibition veto message "he
was utterly bewildered" as to the end
ing of the war. . -
"The President's statement to the
miners declared. th war is not ended
and their contractiOre in effect," said
Mr. Borah, "while ihis message de
clares the war Is closed." '"-
Senator Underwood said the war
was over and that in good faith war
prohibition should! '. be ended. He
conceded,, however, opponents of the
bill ,would b overriden, declaring the
Senate was 'not going to defy the
organized prohibition sentiment in this
country. . .
Liverpool, Oct. 28. Cotton spot
moderate demand; prices strong.
Good middling - 25.76
Fully middling 25.16
Middling 24.36
Low middling 22.51
Good ordinary 20.56
Ordinary 29.56
Sales 10.000 bales, including 6,500
American ...
Receipts 24,000 bales, including 20,-
700 American.
Futures closed irregular.
October 24.7a
November 24.45
December 3.75
January .v. 22.83
March . 22.01
May 21.43
July... 20.88
BELGIAN KING
PAYS RESPECTS
TO AMERICANS
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Evans Power Cycle and Cycle-motor
The Cycle Motor Sales Co
Cor. Belmont and Davis Sts. i
T. Went worth, Jr.'s Store
t
Dotn siaes or tne Atlantic the -same
ideal inspires us. The . exchange of
ideas, the commercial relations, the
visits to Belgium of eminent American
citizens, of . .whom many sit In this
assembly, are so many means of tight
ening the bonds between the two na
tions.
wOur two peoples have fought and
triumphed together. The intervention
of the American army was the de
cisive factor in determining the vic
tory. I pay my respectful and sin
cere homage to the officers, the sol
diers and sailors, who fell for a great
cause on the battlefields of Europe
and in the defense of the seas.
"The hearts of Belgians whom
these heroes helped to liberate from
the domination of the enemy go out
in profound gratitude to the wounded
In their name I address to the wound
ed of the great war the assurance of
our affection- and sympathy. I ex
press the gratitude of Belgium ' to
those distinguished American citizens
who gave themselves with such a
spirit of sacrifice to the task of light
ening the sufferings of the Belgian
people.
"In this noble assembly I solemnly
thank the members , of the commission
for relief and the innumerable com
mittees that helped it in its admirable
efforts. XI salute in particular the
names, graven forever in our mem
ories, of Herbert Hoover and Brand
Whitlock.
"May this splendid American nation.
New York, Oct. 28. The cotton
market showed renewed strength ear
ly today with December contracts
making a new high record for the
season. The opening was firm at an
advance of 28 to 41 points and active
months sold 58 to 70 points net high
er during the first half hour with De
cember touching 36.37 and January
35.77. There was a good deal of realiz
ing but It was readily absorbed owing
to the reports of a continued active
spot demand, the strength of near
months In Liverpool and unfavorable
LOOK FOR
THE RED BALL
TRADE, HARK
tf Fifeartns Ammunition
ShootinRighf
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Louisville & Nashville R. R.
Ar"Nal and departure or passenger
trains at Pensacola, Fla,
The following schedule figures pub
lished as information and not guaran
teed. (Central Standard Time)
ARRIVES. LEAVES
6:30 p.m. Montgomery Bir
mingham, Nashville,
Louisville, Cincinnati 12:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m. St. Louis. Chicago,
Memphis 12:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m Atlanta, "Washing-
- ton, Mew Tork 12:30p.m.
5-45 a,m. Montgomery, Bir
mingham. Nashville,
Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. Memphis, St. Louis. -
Chicago 10:45 p.m.
6:45 a.m. New Orleans. Mo
bile ...... 10:45 p.m.
5:45 a-m. Atlanta, Washing
ton. Tew Tork .... 10:45p.m.
:45 p.m. Mobile Loeal .... 6:00 a.m.
9:45 a.m. Jacksonville, Talla
hassee 6:15 a.m.
10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla-
basse P-BU
" Daily except Sunday.
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RAIL-ROAD ADVI'STRA-TION
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We Use the Goodyear Welt Shoe Repair System
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nnouncemen
We wish to notify our customers, patrons, friends and the pub
lic in general that we have
emodeled Our Shop
and
Installed the Latest Modern
Machines
and Have succeeded in getting" tHe BEST SHOE MAKERS to be
had at any price and we are now prepared to do your work as it
should.be done the right way by FINISHED WORKMEN.
No More Experimenting
with apprentices and understudies.
We Repair Shoes Right
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE.
Skipper Shoe
Shop
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER.
96 North Palafox Street. ..
PHONE 9SS
We Use the Goodyear Welt Shoe Repair System
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MEETING OF
At First
Baptist
Address
by
Dr
Church Thursday, October 30th, 7:30 p. m.
. W. L. Pickard on the 75 Million Campaign
GC
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