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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1919.
20 3T ' i COOLER IN PENSACOLA If your son is at an adventurous age you really should investigate our BOYS' CLOTHING DE PARTMENT where every suit is really and truly a real BOY'S SUIT made for the .,' kind of boys that Mark' Twain wrote about fellows who " would pas3 up a cake to ex plore a cave. If your boy is lively and ac tive on his f e'et and a terror at the seat and knees our clothes will please him and pay you for we don't buy a 1 single suit that our knowledge z won't go nicely thru a double y term of school days and hard -knocks. . 4 Boys School Suits $10.00 up. Xltmxi V ..wet .t )q$2ij!& W A N IE D White and Colored HELP 4 Apply at The Empire The highest temperature recorded in Pensacola Friday was 82 and that 7 1 Other cisies of the country hav ing: higher temperatures than Pensa- oola were, Birmingham 84, Brownsville 86 Galveston 84, Jacksonville 84, Mi ami 84, Mobile 84, Montgomery 84, New Orleans 6 Sah Antonio 86, Shreveport 88, Tampa 84. ; , Good Shoes An Economy ;At present prices, it is more important than ever, to get the full worth of your 'money in quality and style satisfaction. You'll find here . the worthy pro-' duct of the best makers models of the highest standard of qual ity and good, style, at sensible prices that will recommend them to the economical buyer. . A . guarantee of satisfaction goes with every pair we sell CASH PRIZES FOR LIFE INSURANCE ARTICLE iAward Goes to Parents, Boy Having Died in Attempt to Save .Life. , 19 South Palafox St. Laundry 'Where Linen Lasts' Phone 1788 Carter Brokerage Co. Export Freight Brokers and Forwarders Let us engage your paco when yon want room for export. . We are al ways posted as to lowest freight rate and available space. Room 405, Thiesen- BldgV Pensacola. PALACE CAFE Good Things to Eat Opposite Post Office OPEN DAY AND NIGHT JOE L. LICATA EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING 8 E. Intendencia. Phone 282 CARY&CO. 10 South Palafor Phones 693, 119, 134 When You Thinjc of Coal, Thin of Cary. Pay $1.00 Weekly Clothing for Men and Women Suits,' Dresses, Skirts, . Waists, etc Largest and oldest Credit House Reasonable. Reliable .and Con fidential. Gentry-Strickland Co., 26 South Palafox Street. y - Pittsburg, Pa- Nov. 1. Fifty-one acts of heroism were : recognized and rewarded by the Carnegie hero fund commission at a meeting here today. . . . ' ' In 'addition to these - many grants, awarded i in forty-six cases,, bronze medals.' .Thirteen of the heroes lost their lives, and to t the dependent!!' of three of these pensions aggregating $2,150 a year s were granted; to i the dependents of -Islx of the : others who lost their lives, the sum of $3,750 was granted to " be applied, as the "commis sion may sanction. One of the heroes sustained injuries, and he was granted disablement benefits in the sum of $00 ''to reimburse him for his loss. . In addition to these many grants, in seven cases $10,000 was appropriated for educational purposes, payments to be made as heeded and approved; and in twenty-seven cases awards aggre gating $23,500 were made : for other worthy purposes. Payments in the one sum cases will not be made until the beneficiaries plans for the use of the awards have been approved .by the commission. ', ' - ' Sam S. "Wollner, Montgomery, Ala., saved Romney O. Haven - from drown ing at Santia Rosa island, June 18, 1916, and received a medal. Ernest Ward, . deceased, Atmore, Ala., saved A. ; Ewing Wright and, J. Raleigh Potfe from drowning at Shel byville, Tenn , April 24, 1915, and re ceived a bronze medal. FOOTBALL PLAYER IS ROUGHLY tfSED Campbell Ba rrow Taken to Hospital , After , Practice Game. Campbell Barrow, son of Capt. Bar row of the steamer Tarpon was taken to the Pensacola -, Hospital yesterday afternoon, following a scrimmage in a practice game with the High School team. He will be sent home today, his injuries not being serious. MACHINISTS PROTEST TEN CENT COFFEE Local tJnion Votes to Refrain from Drinking the Beverage. ' The machinist T local union" "has adopted a resolution which : charges that cafes are profiteering in the mat ter of charging ten cents per cup for coffee and-calls , on all union men to refrain from "buying- any more coffee in cafes so' long as the price remains at ten cents '. Delegates " have been appointed to bring the resolution '. before the two central councils and urge them to take similar action" , ' : Send Your t)Id Shoes to West End Shoe Store For the Best and Newest Work in "" Repairs;. All Work Guaranteed 321 North DeVillier Street PHONE 2032. Notice to Ice Consigners Our wagons are quipped with scales nd consumers will t-leaae exact correet Klrht and report aojr dtecourtesy of drivers to office. Pbon- cr StS. I SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY TO RELIEVE INOIQE8TION OR DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A Dyspepsia Tablet Before and Aft er Each Meat, 5 Cents Box PHARMACY THE CRYSTAL PASTIME THATR Keith Supreme Vaudeville MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY JEWELLIL S AVrJdDRlQD A Droath of Childhood" JENNIE 1MIDDLETON The Charming Violinist. : MALLAD V & BURNS ''the Battle of Whatstheuse' 1 JAMES SILVER and HELEN DUVAL, assisted by GEORGE KIRBY, "The Star Boarder" "GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS" : Six People in Song, Dance and Comedy. FOX WEEKLY NEWS SUNDAY CHARLES WALSH in "Tffoe WQcrainiQiiDgj SGtroCie" t A A Big College Picture 14 th Episode of Serial ; "Pearls of Thunder Mountain" NEWS OF RECORD FEDERAL, GRAND AND PETIT JURORS DRAWN Court Will . Be Convened for Regular - Term Monday, Nov. 10 , . ; Grand Jurors were drawn yesterday for the federal court, under special or t rom Judge William B. Sheppard, the marshal having been delegated to act as jury commissioner, in place' of Hon. P. K. Yonge. who is ill, and to select the , Jury, boh graid and petty, for re term of court which convenes Monday, November 10th.1 7 ' The following ; were drawn : . Gran Jurors. " . From ' Pensacola Wm. M.-, Zelius. Reuben P. "Welch, Percy S. Hays, W. D. Willis, Arthcr Wilson, S J Gon zalez, Robert C. Caldwell, - V Price, B. F King, Arthur M Jones ; Oscar, M Kuester." J. O. Walkpr. A. Zelius. r, T F Wrighton. .David Gunder- aersneimer Leslie K. Clarke, O. H. Smith, Jr.,' G Marchetti, Max Hein berg, D Harrison. From . Muscogee- Walter Vaughan R. W. Mosley and Ed. Price. . From Molino J H Daffin " ? From Barth Carney Hicks From Glendale A W Dannelly. From DePuniak Chas. A McCloud. ' i ' Petit Jurors. - Escambia " county shr tattdirgta Clark Witherill, J. X. Andrews. Joe Boraco, Aaron Brown, colored; Lee Baniel, Campbell Jones, Wm B. An derson, Jos. Corigliano, Arthur B. Dole; W. J. Howell, Wade . Morgan, P Stone, J. F. Taylor. II. S . White. Henry Wicke. It A Willis, H Q An son, M. O. Brawner,' L. M. Davis, J E Dubuisson L J .Anderson, A T Barkdull. C E Dobson. John Gerkins. Arthur L Kerle, Robert Ridney, col ored; Ed Sunday Richard Turned. John W. Cary, Bluff Springs: Camp bell Cooper, Muscogee; Edwain Hicks, Barth. .... Santa Rosa S. J. Stewart. Milton, h .Washington -A L. Wells, Chipley. Holms John W Barnett, :, Ponce de Leon. '. I ;.., v4. ': - v Jackson J. E. Wall, Cottondale. A. M. E. Z. CHURCH : ; ' CONFERENCE TO CLOSE Services at Several Local Churches to Be Held Today. . ' The Florida conftrence of the A. M E.. Z Church in stssion at Pensacola until tonight, is attractinf a irete deal of attention among colored clergy and laymen is attracting 4 a great dtil to his ministers and congregation, vi tal sermons ' each day". ' ' " ; The meeting will - continue during today with services at the churches with the Revs. Dr. J. H. Anderson, Dr. J. W. Carer and J H Hall in the pulpits of the several ; houses of wor ship of the city . During the . session yeste'rday re ports of "the committees on - all char acters and the rtport of pastors were received and adopted The conference will clost tonight. - ALIEN ANARCHISTS MAYBE DEPORTED Senate Committee Reports Fa- vorably on Bill at Re ; ' quest of Palmer. ; . Washington, Oct. 30. At the request of Attorney General Palmer the sen ate immigration committee today or dered a favorable' report on the house bill providing for . deporting and per manent exclusion from the "United States of alien anarchists. The house measure provides for de portation of aliens Interned 'during the war. "V -. The bill affects four women and about 500 men now interned as dan gerous aliens at Camp Oglethorpe. Ga and Fort Douglas, Utah, according to Attorney General Palmer. "Included among those interned," the attorney' general wrote, 'are revolu tionary radicals, anti-American propa gandists and individuals known to be, or suspected of being, enemy agents. "Unless this bill or a bill similar in character is passed, it will become nec essary on the ratification of the treaty of peace to set all of these dangerous individauls free." NO SYMPATHETIC STRIKE IS BELIEF Governor Roberts Says Indica- tions Are General Walkout Will Not Be Called. . Xashville, Oct. 30. "Indications now point to "the fact that a sympathetic strike will not be called at Knoxville." said Governor Roberts today, in dis cussing the street car strike at Knox ville, where state and federal troops are encamped as a precaution against possible disorder. GRAY AND FADED HAIR . BACK TO .ITS' YOUTHFUL COLOR Seven Sutherland Sisters Tbjlde NEW DISCOVERY COI.ORA.TOR- Mim Cannot Ra Deteckel mnA Is Unaffected by Shampooing , I Colons Black. Chestnut. Dark Rrown. uburn. MdiIn Brmn Bid T.Tt Pipmti By Mall SL25 Plain Package FREE Package Seven Sutherland Sisters -, Scalp Cleaner for Shampoo ing with each order. Dept. 70. 242. Bradhurt Ave. New York "Births Reported. , To Arthur and Gertrude Tidgreen a hoy. ". - - ; '." . ' New. Suits Filed Court of Record. .William Bray by A. B. . Bray vs. Graves Bros. Co., damans;: "Halco:t Anderson, aftorriey for plaintiff; E. C. Maxwell, attorney for defendant. Real Estate Transfers. . Executors Estate "William Fisher - to Margarej A, Forum Those portions of lots 12 and 13, 'block 47. Maxent tract $1 and -other considerations. Elizabeth JV Shaw, et aU to Delia Mashburn Lots I, 2, 3 and south 90 feet lot 24, block 118, West King tract $1 and other considerations. W. A. Shaw, guardian, to Iella Mashburn Lots 1," 2 .3 and south 90 feet lot 24, block 118, West King tract $103.32. v x LONDON WOOLEN MILLS Get Your Fall Suit Union Made 117 South Palafcx RAILROAD SCHEDULES Louisville & Nashville R. R. Ar-al ' and departure or, passenger trilns at Pensacola. Fla. JThe following schedule - figures pub lished as , information and not guaran teed. " v - (Central Standard Time) ARRIVES. . LEAVES 5:30 p.m. Montgomery Bir- " mlngham. Nashville, ' LoulsvUle.' Cincinnati 12:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. St. Louis, Chicago, Memphis 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m Atlanta. Washing- ' ton, ' Kew York .... 12:30 p.m. 5:45 a.m. Montgomery, Bir-v mr.gham. Nashville, " ' Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m. 5:45 a.m- Memphis, ; St. Louis. " Chicago .... ...... 10:45 pm. 6:45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo bile .. ...... 10:45 p.m. 5:45 a,m. Atlanta. Washing- 1 '.-ton. Now York .... 10:45p.m. 6:45 p.m. " Mobile Local .... 6:00 a.m. 9 :45a.m. Jacksonville, Tall- 1 hassee 6:15a.m. 10:25 p.m. Jacksonville. " Talla- ' hassee ' 6:55 p.m. Daily except Sunday. - " HNITFn STATES RAIL-ROAD ADMINISTflATlON , Gulf City Coffee Co. Roasters, Blenders, Shippers ; FINE COFFEES 107-11 East Intandcneia Street PENSACOLA. FLA. MEYER SHOE CO. ' , EXCLUSIVE AGENTS GROVER'S SOFT SHOES For "Tender Feet CHERO-COLA There la None S6 Good Chero-Cola Bottling Works Phone 236 Wire Totu fiomefor 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, 1 s considered a far more desirable piece of property than the unwired dwelling. ' ' . . . e If your home is without Electric conyenlences phrcie us and let us help you. -" 7 . ' .. " ' ' . - - " . ' " - - ' i - " ... Telephone 2010 - )s Vmwmh Metric, fat T O D A, Y .Matinee . llc-22c Night . . l-lc-2Sc IT HAPPENS EVERY DAY Touj? man, down and out. Sauntering aimlessly along: life's highway with distrust in his eyes and hatred in his heart. Beautiful girl, petted, pampered and bored stiff with the monocled Johnnies who sported four-in-hands at five dollars a crack. Fate runs riot and throws 'em together! SHE saw love light in his eyes. HE saw visions of what-might-have-been written right between the dimples of her rosy cheeks. Then he pulled himself together and gave Old Man Knockout the scrap of his life. Romance? Adventure? YOU SAID IT!! SEE " A MAN MAY BE DOWN BUT HE'S NEVER OUT SHOWING ALSO ISIS-BRAY PICTOGRAPH ("Us Fellows t the Swimmin Hole) "BRIDES FOR TWO" (A Polite Christie Comedy) TOMORROW, ONE DAY ONLY CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in "THE BETTER WIFE' 'SMILING" BILL PARSONS in "OH, BILL, .BEHAVE TODAY CLEO RIDGLEY In a Western Drama of Romance Love, Pep. " "WINNING A BRIDE" . The Great Gamble Mystery Play "The Abduction" BILLY WEST in a Funny Offering it SCENTED ROMANCE Vti7 tli : p j-c... . v. 4,. fell. WASHINGTON "Sugar Is up again today," said the grocer to his custo mer and no sooner said .than down crashed the wall of the building an other victim of old H. C. of L. IBERTYTMEATR n? o - xd '52r cfTSEOdBDiiirapry duaele -IN- 6 99 99 TTBie IBBacEi Circle 2nd Episode Serial Sinniaslhincn Barriers WILLIAM DUNCAN EDITH JOHNSON . And Two Other Reels - i v . ALL THIS WEEK ; tilystterious SmraittDi Compasiy ' - " FEATURING ' QJtBA ; World Famous Mind Reader, Supported by a $25,000 Mys stage equipment. Three complete changes : , MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY j Lost articles, stolen property, money matters, missing rel- tery. Ah "entire ' scenic production. One solid car load of atives, love affairs,' marriage, etc. If in trouble consult this wonderful woman ; she has helped thousands and will - do the same for. you. . . - She will read letters or notes while concealed in your jccket ; will describe and give your name. Conceded by public and press to be one of the greatest , mind readers of the age. ' ' 34 Esst Garden St. i .