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TKfi PENSACOLA , JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1919.
: I J I 1 Sffl'Gfl SEWER IS BIG PROBLEM How many cents do you Want for Your Dollar? If you are the kind of a( " man we think you are, you Is want 100 no more NO LESS. If you received a full meas ure of money's worth every time you opened your check book, you wouldn't complain would you ? OUR SENTI MENTS EXACTLY. ; Nowf that we understand each other we can speak frankly and plain You want full count we want your full confidence. That's the way we sell our - merchandise that's the way we want you. to buy yours. This winter should be a good time for us to get to know each other better. ; Our store was never in a better position to show you Gentle- men's clothing: - and furnish v ings at MAN to MAN prices. While - investigating the cause for the -sinking of the pavement at the truck house on Spring street yester day, city employes discovered a boil ing spring in 1 the storm , sewer. A considerable amount of .water is flow ing from the spring, and just .how the water will be disposed of. has not yet been decided. City" commissioners when questioned about the discovery stated last night that they would in vestigate It thoroughly and it may be possible that the water can be put to the public use. The finding of this spring and the possible disposition of the water offers quite a knotty problem to the city authorities. . The commissioners said that if after a thorough investigation they find that the frater can be Used for drinking purposes It may be con veyed to the city's reservoir. If the amount of flow is not sufficient to make this plan practicable and eco nomical, a much needed drinking fountain for both men and animals may be installed near Spring and Gar den streets. - ' . , " SYSTEM EFFECTIVE How John f Robinson Conducts His Circus, the Biggest and Best in the World. John Robinson's circus., bigger, bet ter and .more entertaining than ever, will, it Is announced- pitch, its tents in Pensacola Saturday, November 15, for a parade and two full and com plete performance. This circus is the only one In the world ' that has stood the test of time. It was first organ ized in 1824 In Utica, New York, and is now being ably managed by John G. Robinson, who heads the third gen eration of the famous family. This show Is one of the wonders of the age as regards system., 'A place for everything and everything in its place," Is an adage as old as the race, but despite its. age, it is just as sweep ing and effective today as it was on the date of its origin. Its an adage that John Robinson puts into effect around hjs huge amusement enter prise. ' , - ' --v.-': . . LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS. -. ". ; ; TOE EXTENDED PAYMENT TMES FIFTY PER CENT PENALTY WILL NOT APPLY TO LICENSES UNTIL NOVEMBER 8. ' The city commissioners In regular session yesterday passed the ordinance providing for the extension of the time In which to pay taxes to November 8. All license taxes may be paid up to this time without the addition of the 50 per cent penalty. Under the old ordinance all taxes were required to be paid before November 1 after which time delin quents were penalized 50 per cent, but in view of the, fact that some changes were made this year in licenses charged, the commissioners decided to extend the time one week. About a half dozen merchants have already paid their taxeh with the penalty, but upon application to the city clerk they will be refunded the penalty. There will-be "a Hallowe'en party for the primary and junior children in the parlors of the First Methodist Church tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock. - Members of the Ladies', Aid Society! of the First Presbyterian Church were J delightfully entertained yesterday aft ernoon by Mrs. "William F. Reed, ( at her Twelfth Avenue ; home. The afternoon-was one of much Interest and pleasure, the 'hostess serving a dainti ly appointed salad course, before the departure of her guests. Mrs. Reed was assisted by .her 'daughter, Mrs. Langley Bell, and son, Douglas Reed, in serving her guests. ' ' LIBRARIANS MEET THIS AFTERNOON WANTED White and Colored HELP , Apply at The, Empire "Where Linen Lasts" . GSnys 0un5(3 For Real Boys Our Schoolboy Shoes are meant for real wear, to stand all the hard knocks they, are sure to get. Sturdily ' built of the strongest leathers they'll give solid service through long hard wear. . 1 " . We particularly, recommend our Boy Scout-line in all models. Anson's Shoe Store 19 South Palafox St. - A meeting of the Woman's Home is called for this afternoon at. 4 o'clock, and all, members are urged to at tend. ' 1 -' . ' THEY ALL RAVE OVER IT THE LIZZIE SCOOTER If You - Drive a Ford Investigate. You Will Eventually' Own One. H. A. Beard, Route 1. Phone 1788 Carter Brokerage Co. Export Freight Brokers and Forwarderar ' Let us engage your npaco when yon want room for export. We are al- ways posted as to lowest freight rate and available space. Room 405. Thiesen Bldg- Pensacola. LONDON WOOLEN MILLS Get Your Fall Suit i Union Made 117 South Palafcx PALACE CAFE Good Things to Eat Opposite Post Office OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Send. Your Old 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 lee Consumers j Our wagons are equipped with scales kad consumers will Inm exact comet J!i5ht 5nd-Ipo" dleoourteay t55ClSSv?h",n" rr Mi. . SOUTHERN UTILITIES CO. Successor ens a ciolaTcecompany TO "RELIEVE INDIGESTION OR , . DYSPEPSIA, TAKE A Dyspepsia SS-J Each Meal. J 2S Cents Box j HE CRYSTAL PHARMACY 0 CARY&CO. 10 South Palafox -Phones 6, 93, 119, 134 When You Think of Coal, Thins . of Cary. RAILROAD SCHEDULES Louisville & Nashville R. R. trtt'al and departure of passenger is at Pensacola. Fla. e following schedule figures pub d as Information and not . guaran teed. ' (Central Standard . Time ARRIVES. , ? , , -JT ' T-JEAVES 6:30 p.m. Montgomery Bir mingham., Nashville, LoulsrUle, Cincinnati 12:30 p.m. S -.30 p.m. St. Louis. Chicago, Memphis 12:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m Atlanta. ; "Washing- : ton, New Tork .... 12:30p.m. 5:45 a.m. . Montcomery,-' Blr- , mir.gham. NashTllle.' Louisville. Cincinnati 10:45 p.m. 6:45 a.tn. Memphis, St.' Louis, - ! Chicago ....... 10:45 pm. 5:45 a.m. Kow v Orleans, Mo- . bile ........ ...... 10:45 p.m. 5:45 a.m. Atlanta. Washing ton. New Tork .... 10:45 p.m. 6:45 p.m. Mobile Local .... 5:00a.m. 9:45 a.m. Jacksonrllle, Talla hassee 5:15 a.m. 10:25 p.m. Jacksonrille. Talla hassee .............. 5:55p.m. Daily except Sunday. UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION . Gulf City Coffee Co. Roasters; Blenders, Shippers FINE'COFFEES 107-11 East Intendenela 8trMt PENSACOLA. FLA. Prospecting with a view to promot ing colonization of Illinois farmers in Escambia and other counties of "West Florida, "WV A. Meyer, . representing the Moody Realty Company, of Mo lino, 111. ' was in the city 'yesterday. He expressed himself as very favorably impressed and will spend several days in this section making investigations The meeting of the Daughters of Isa bella that was announced for "Wednes day evening will be held on Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock instead at the Knights of Columbus HalV There will be a rehearsal and initiation at this time and all holding application blanks are requested to bring them in. ..An important meeting of the Pen sacola Library Association has been called for Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 o clock, at the library rooms, second floor Blount building. It is urged that all members at tend the meeting, which is of special importance. Members of the govern ing boards are Mrs. William Fishpr. Jr., chairman ; Mrs. Clarence Frenkle, airs. ivate uoodioe, ana Wayne Thomas. ' . Considering . the shortage of potash through the past three or four years, the Satsuma orange crop in this sec tion this year promises a fair yield, according to W. C. Barrineau. of Bar rineau Park, who was marketing the first pickings of his crop in the city yesterday. Local Woodmen of the World are manifesting a great deal of interest in a joint meeting of the three local camps to be held next Wednesday night at which time report will be made by delegates who attended the meeting of the head camp of Florida at Jacksonville recently for the' pur pose of considering steps to be taken regarding the proposed increase in in surance rates on January 1. It is sn r.oimod that Sovereign Advisor 3. AV. Jewell and C. D. Mills, sovereign sen try, will be in attendance at this meet ing. -. ' ' " The Calendar Society of the , Gads den Street Methodist Church will meet at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Winston Wheat, 1078 East Mallory Street, It . is an nounced. - Drilling for oil at Chipley, which was discontinued for a time a few weeks ago,', has been resumed accord ing to Dr. J. B. Tiller, who has Just returned to the city from a several days visit to that Jtown. MEYER SHOE CO. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS GROVER'S SOFT SHOES For Tender Feet ' CHEROCOLA There Is None So Good Chero-Cola Bottling Works Phone 236 Pay $l.t)0 Weekly Clothing for Men and Women Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc Largest and oldest Credit House Reasonable. Reliable .and Con Gdential. Gentry-Strickland Co., 26 South Palafox Street. WATCH WINDOWS POSS NEW DRY GOODS STORE 31 South Palafox Street THE QUALITY SHOP 125 S. Palafox St. Ladies! to Wear Pensacoh's Bright Spot San Carlos A high grade restaurant where cleanliness and service is paramount. Prices as low as is consis tent with good food and ser- dee. Special Luncheon daily; 12 to 2 75c Service a'la carte day and night. , Dinner dances Wednesdays and Saturdays. ' Music by Glacier Park Jazz Syncopaters. SALVATION ARMY HOME SITE STILL UNDECIDED Farm lands In the vicinity of "Wal lace, Santa Rosa County, are in great demand among- the many prospectors who are frequently visiting: that sec tion from Georgia and other sections north, according to George Marquardt, farmer and mill operator of Wallace, who was in the city yesterday on busi ness. He looks for a genuine boom In farm development there. MANY CASES TREATED 1 AT CITY CLINIC TwentyOne Patients Receive Atten tion During First Two Weeks. Twenty-one patients availed them selves of the free 'clinic at the city hall from October 15 to October 31. One hundred treatments were admin istered and seven cases who . could afford : ta pay physicians fees were referred to their resrular doctors. Dr. S. R. Kennedy, in charge of the worK. is spending the greater part of his time at the clinic. The moraine hours, from 8:15, are given over to the women, and the evening hours from 6.15, are for men patients only. KNIGHTS ENTERTAIN WEDNESDAY EVENING War Activities Council Has Invited Officers and 'Men. FREE LOVE! JS&fi&Str REASON TODAY This Story of High Society Will StartleYou Grip You and Have You Gasping - WILLIAM DESMOND "DANGEROUS WATERS" IN A DARING DRAMA WITH A TREMENDOUS PUNCH, THRILL AND SHOCK The war activities council of the Knights of Columbus will entertain the officers and men of the flotilla, air station and army post at a dance Wed- Will the Influenza ' Return? ? Public Health Authorities Predict Its Recurrence. The Feast of the Gods, a scene from this production. Is a stupendous and lavish portrayal of a wild Bacchanalian revel of those who don't care. ' ISIS SEMI WEEKLY LIVE WIRE NEWS MACK SWAIN In a Multiple Reel Mack Sennett - Keystone Comedy "A LOVER'S MIGHT" MATINEE 11e - 22c REILLY'S DE LUXE ISIS ORCHESTRA . . . i NIGHT 11e - 28c, TOMORROW THRU THURSDAY BLANCHE SWEET Supported by a Notable Cast including Winter Hall, Wilfred Lucas, Gloria Hope,. Milton Sills, Roemary Theby, Harry Northup, Mary v Anderson, Wyndhyn Standing and Little Ben Alexander (of "Hearts of the World" Fame ,n "THE HUSHED HOUR" Guard Against it by Building Up the Blood. A site for the contempfcited Salva tion Army Home for West Florida to! be located at Pensacola was not def initely decided upon by Divisional .Of ficer Capt.- David 1 Main, ' of Birming ham, as was expected, on the occasion' of his visit here a few days ago, but it is understood that a site was rec ommended to the building board of the army in New York arid definite de cision is expected within a few days.' The proposed home will cost approx. Imately $25,000 and will, fill a long felt need here in this, worthy work as well as to be a-valuable acquisition to the benevolent institutions of Pensacola Pepto-Mangan Creates Rich Red Blood Increases Strength. This Woman Found Relief. . Men and women suffering from backache, 'rheumatic pains, stiff and swollen joints, lameness and soreness, will be glad to read how one woman found relief from kidney and bladder trouble. Mrs. G. Hyde, 1 Homestead, Mich., writes: 'I have been troubled with weak kidneys, and several times in the last ten years I had that ter rible backache and tired out feeling:, scarcely able to ' do my work. Foley Kidney Pills made me feel like a new person." Sold everywhere. Surgeon General Blue, of the United States Public Health Service, in a recent , statement from - Washington, warns the public that the much-dreaded influenza epidemic will probably re turn this fall and winter. All rnedl cal authorities agree .that the weak, bloodless, rundown individual is more likely to contract this (as well as any other infectious disease) than is the strong, robust, red-blooded man or woman. In view of these facts, it Is wise to use every effort to build up the blood and thus increase the -bodily re sistance to the invasion of the germs of the disease. Gude's Pepto-Mangan is-an absolutely dependable "red-blood builder in all conditions of lowered vi tality , not due to serious disease of the vital organs. 'It improves the appetite, imparts color to the cheeks, and creates new hope and ambition In . those who have become pale, weak and listless. Physicians recommend . Gude's Peto Mangan. "When you order, be 'sure the word "Gude's" is on the package. Without "Gude's," it is not Peto-Man-gan. Furnished In both liquid and tablet form. For sale ' by all drug gists. Adv. nesday evening. , A committee from the Dauhgters of Isabella will appoint patronesses for the evening and will aid In extending courtesies to the servce men. Cards issued by the Knights of Col umbus and the war camp community service will be honored. Dancing will commence at '8 o'olock and refresh ments will be served during the rest periods. - - JOY FLYING IS TO BE RESUMED "BLUEBIRD" NOT YET IN COMMIS SION BUT LIEUT. WHEELER'S BOAT. TAKES ITS PLACE PAS SENGERS5 UP TODAY. Lieut. J. A. Whitted's "Bluebird," the commercial flying boat which has been loperating from Runyan's slip Until an afrHanf r iKa Amyin. .Am. days ago will be out of commission .for several days yet, pending the ar- rival of a new Curtiss engine which has been ordered from the factory. In the meantime, 'a ship just pur chased by Meut. Wheeler, an ex-naval flyer from the Pensacola Air Station, will be used. Wheeler and Mr. Whitted are associated in the venture and a number of passengers will be taken up for flights today. The weather is very favorable rfow for flying and a large number have expressed their de sire for a trip into the air. A trial flight was made by the new machine Sunday and others yester day.. Since his discharge from the service several months ago, Lieut. Wheeler has been engaged in commercial fly ing in the Great Lakes section. He is Wire Yova 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- ... " . . ,'." perlatlve convenience are two other factors of equal , Importance. v Electric Service Increases Property Values The home wired for Electricity always sells for rnore and rents for more than the unwlred ' house, "Jt Is' considered a far more desirable piece of property than the unwlred dwelllca. If your heme la without Electric conTenlences fi phene us and let .us help yon, Telephone 2010 PeosacolaElectricCo. 34 East Garden St BO NIT A TOO AY TVI A R Y PICKFORD IN "THE EAGLE'S MATE" nd Saengor Weekly "SNAPPING ; SNAPPERS' Made in Pensa cola, showing our Fish Industry mi Ml ? k VfM an expert pilot and has had much ex perience with hydroplanes both in the service at Pensacola and elsewhere.' , Lieut. Whitted has a contract to go to St. Petersburg during the present season for exhibition and pleasure fly ing and also for the training of several commercial aviators at that place. Ho was engaged in flying at St. Peters burg before . he entered the servico on the outbreak of the war and was a pupil of thes noted Tony Jannus; one of the pioneers of hydroplaning. The flights here are made from the rear of the Pensacola Yacht Club building. South Palafox St. Make Up Your Mind this WINTER R(D)-(C(I)LJ(!BM "No coughs" mean real freedom from serious sickness this fall and winter because from this ailment alone arises most of. the serious bronchial and lung affections incident to frosty weather. COUGH-GONE will give that kind of service that will enable you to make up your minds this winter-NO COUGHS. Try it for the benefits it will pro vide. It's a fine preparation 25c and 50c. best" Phone 846 ' 212 SPalafox i SERVICE . QUALITY CLINTON TAILORING CO. Clothing, Raincoats and Shirts . Blade to Order ; ALTERING, CLEANING AND PRESSING No. 10 East Intendencia Street Phone 2294 L1M1TY THEATR DOORS OPEN Matinee . . . . 2:30 p. Night ... '. , . 7:.00 p. PRICES Matinee . . . 20c and 10c Nights . . . 15c, 25c, 35c The Talk of the TownAnswers All Questions V S TEC2D OJS S R3 DT M Illusions - Legerdemain See Him in the Great Trunk Mystery , COME EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH t Special Matinee for Ladies Only Friday No Men Admitted t