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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1919.
FOUGHT THE KAISER BUT KEPT IN THE GAME
There was Instant response to the
appeal made by the automobile asso
ciation to car owners and drivers
to give pedestrians a lift. Most cars
with empty places stopped to pick
up women workers. Sidecars groaned
with four passengers and the back
step of many of the old-fashioned
tmffic was amazing. It roared as
never before. In the streets of the
"city.- But the "Point" policemen
kept their heads, as did the' drivers
and riders, and the casualty list was
uncommonly small.
London, : with Its extraordinary
knack of adapting itself to new con
ditions, rose to the occasion of the
greatest strike in the country's his
MEYER SHOE CO.
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
GROVER'S SOFT SHOES
For Tender Feet
ATARRH
For head or throat
Catarrh try the
vapor treatment
WATCH WINDOWS
POSS
bicycles resurrected for the emergency
icrrs Vapot
1
carried a balancing man or girl.
Throughout London the tangle of
tory. , '
t3fOUR BODYGUARD - 30 60.
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
31 South Palaf ox Street
La Mode s Three-Day Suit Sale
THE QUALITY SHOP!
125 S. Palaf ox St.
Ladies' to Wear
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fau.SL-S3& , t ) yr-i
T Wesley Brocker played football
at Harvard In his freshman year.
And then the war broke loose. Ho
went across with the First Divi
SHIPBUILDERS WIN SNAPPY GAME
FROM PENSACOLA ALL-STARS
In a very fast and snappy game the
Shipbuilders defeated the Pensacola
All-Stars 23 to 0 at Makent Park yes
terday. The day was fine for football,
being cloudy and cool, however the
high wind was quite a set-back for
the punters. Bernard AlfreH, center
for the All-Stars, was the greatest as
set to his team, his playing being a
great feature of the game. His work
on the defense was unequaled. Lars
Sanchez played a good brand at half
back. His passes to Barrow were fre
quent and successful sometimes bring
ing them thirty-yard gains. . -
The Shipbuilders line was entirely
too strong for their opponents, and
never did the All-Stars make much
headway thru bucks. Mosleys forward
passes were superb, and the way Ellis
and "Walters handled the receiving
of them was nothing short, of mar
velous. Ellis, receiving a pass .from
Mosley, made a touch-down after a
brilliant seventy-yard run, leaving
behind him three of his opponents,
whom he successfully sent asunder by
way of stiff arm. Yeagers end runs
were great, his ability to find holes
being a source of ground gaining to
his team mates. Moody, intercepting
a pass, made a beautiful fifty-yard
run. Burmeister's linp plunges were
consistent ground gainers. Hutchinson,
Sell and Yates not only played I a
steady game on the line, but they were
especially active in getting in on many
tackles. Klumpeter at guard was im
movable; no ground could be gealned
through him. Dupuy, with " his great
weight, always gained good ground.
Sneeds made some beautiful tackles;
he played a hard game all the way
through.
The All-Stars used some very ef
fective trick formations, which puz
eled the Shipbuilders, and while ; the
former made three downs through the
means of forward passes, yet they
were unable to get very near their
opponents goal. Twice they were
within twenty yards of a touch-down,
but they were held from going further.
The All-Stars line played hard and
persistently, but being . outweighed
about twenty pounds to the man, they
could not open up many holes. Hess,
Barrow, Stroper and Olsen all played
a very good game.
The Shipbuilders made a touch
down in each quarter, Ellis making
two on received forward passes. "Wal
ters one on a forward pass, and Yea
ger made the other on a line buck.
Mosley kicked successfully after each
touch-down, one of his goal kicks be
ing very difficult, as it was made at'
a sharp angle from the goal.
The game was enjoyed very well,
and at all times the crowd took a great
deal of interest, following the ball
along the side lines, up and down
the field. All were satisfied that they
were well repaid for the time spent
in seeing the game. The fact that the
score was so uneven did not make the
game the less interesting, for the
work of both teams showed real foot
ball stuff.
Shipbuilders. All-Stars.
Walters ...... left end ..... .C. Giest
Hutchinson . . left tackle . . F. Sanchez
Klumpeter left guard ."Sarra-Oliver
Yates ........ center Alfred
Sneeds .... right guard' ... Forsyth
Sell right guard ...... Olsen
Ellis ........ right end Barrow
Burmeister-Moody, r h. b. L. Sanchez
Mosely ........ q. b. ....Rosenstein
Yeager 1. h. b ..... .Williams
Referee, Allen Lee White; Umpire,
Rex Wilson; Head Linesman,: John
son; Timekeepers, H. White and Mills.
Time of quarters, 15 minutes.
Score; Shipbuilders, 7 each quarter,
Shipbuilders. 28; All-Stars, 0.
sion a captain in the Infantry. In
the fighting at Soissons both legs
were perforated with machine
gun bullets. But he won his bat
tle in the hospital and now is
'GATORS LOSE
TO GREENBACKS
FLORIDA PUTS UP STUBBORN
FIGHT BUT TULANE ELEVEN
OUTPLAYS AGGREGATION.
New Orleans, "Nov. .. 8. Called .from
the "injured bench at a critical
stage in the fourth quarter Just when
it " was evident - that - Tulane must
strike its final blow "Dick" Fields
played the hero role in Tulane's bril
liant victory over the heavy Florida
team Saturday at the Stadium, score
14 to 2. It was Field's touchdown
that proved the knockout blow to the
Florida aggregation. Until he went the
Alligaors put up a stubborn defense
and kept 'the result in doubt. He'
seemed to take the "pep" out of the
visiting team and several fresh menj
were sent in to Bolster the Florida
team' but this proved to no avail.
Florida put up a remarkable defense
but seemed to lack the punch on the
offense. (Sparkman a aright half was
the 'Gators star, but thejeft field in
the final quarter.- Hatton shared the
honors with" the Florida captain, doing
most of, the passing and punting, but
failed to get across the Tulane goal
line. A safety in the second period
accounted for their only two , points.
Tulane played'great ball throughout. A
well executed pass, Nagle f6 Williams,
accounted for: the Green Backs first
touchdown in the second quarter, Flor
ida threatened Tulane toward the en 3
of the second quarter. Line plunges
by. Sparkman and Hatton gave Florida
two first downs. Florida t'ried to open
at this stage, but Reed grabbed a pass
from ' Hatton on the 20-yard line
and the half ended with the ball in
the middle of the field.
Tulane 14; Florida 2. 1
The Line-up.
le. .
Barnes ............. . . ...... . Clemons
- It-
Williams Baker
, lg- . .
E. Talbot ..................... Connell
; c- '- . ... V
Reed .......................... Perry
rg.-
H. Talbot .... ......... Witthrich
rt.
Sutter ....................... Goldsby
re.
Wight Thomas
qb. -
Nagle
Hatton
lh.
Brown 7 Wiggans
rh.
McGraw Sparkman
.'-"" fb. .
LeGendre; Olson
Score by Periods.
Tulane 0 0 7 7 14
Florida 0 2 0 02
Officials: referee, Morrison, Vander
bilt; umpire, Maiden, Virginia; head
linesman, Simon, Y. M. G. C.
Time of quarters," 12 minutes.
Summary: Touchdowns for Tulane.
Williams, Fields; goal from touci-
dwn, Williams 2, Florida, safety.
W. T. Sherman Post, G. A. R W.
Gledye, adjutant, at a special meeting,
voted unanimously to participate in
the relaxation of Armistice Day on
j Novor ii.
back with hU discharge and
again a member of the Harvard
squad. He played with the first
Division football team in Frances
He is a good lineman.
SHIPBUILDERS WILL
PLAY FORT BARRANCAS
The manager of the : shipbuilders'
foot ball team stated last night that
the Shipbuilders would play the team
from Fort Barrancas next Sunday,
November 16, arrangements for the
park having been made. The manager
of the Snipbuilders was unable to get
hold of the fort's manager, but in
view of the fact that both teams have
been negotiating for this game, It i$
practically certain that they will play
on this date. Definite announcement
will be made early this week.
This game" will be a stubborn one,
as the two teams are very evenly
matched; if anything, the Barrancas
team" will butweight the Shipbuilders.
DudleyHunt, whose absence from the
city prevented him playing with the
Shipbuilders in yesterday's game, will
be on hand for the Barrancas
Shipbuilders game next Sunday.
SEVEN BELIEVED
DROWNED IN RIVER
Memphis, Nov. Z. Seven persons
are missing and are believed drowned
In the swamping of their launch in
the Mississippi river near here this
afternoon. They were members of a
hunting party from Harrisburg, nii-
nois.
AMERICANS IN
LONDON AMAZED
HARRASSED MILLIONS REMAIN
CHEERFUL THROUGHOUT THE
GREAT RAILWAY STRIKE.
London, Nov. 9. Cheerfulness was
shown by London's harrassed millions
during the great railway strike. Amer
icans . watched and marveled. They
saw the mass of traffic surging
through the, narrow strand, flush to
the curbs with what seemed to be as
inextricable confusion of every kind
of vehicle, ranging from mammoth
steam lorries, belchdng black, acrid
smoke from the burnished copper
stacks, to bicycles and "scooters." and
observed the sidewalks thronged with
brisk, smiling pedestrians unable to
get a lift on . the packed 'buses.
Occasionally a fine automobile would
pause to pick up a humble footsore
workman trudging home from his
job. The sight of a plumber in fus
tian, lounging comfortably In a splen
did limousine and smoking a bat
tered pipe by the side of the owner
led those Americans to think that the
millenium had come. "The new broth
erhood of the war," remarked a
thoughtful New Yorker.
This sense of comradeship and sym
pathy with the suf fern lg was every
where revealed. London revived the
spirit of the trenches. "See it through
was the. slogan. "Let everybody help."
:A better excuse for dodging office
duties never presented Itself, but those
that took advantage of It, were sur
prisingly few. One heard on all sides
stories of . girl clerks living in the
suburbs who, day by day, walked six
or eight miles to and from their work.
In the outlying districts where om
nibuses and tramcars have their
starting point, lines of peole formed,
as soon as it was daylight. The queues
extended, six deep, for a quarter of
a mile, and the patient waiters con
sidered themselves lucky If they had
to stand only an hour or so. Except
at the starting place, it was almost
hopeless to attempt to board a bus or
tram.
"The
122 and 124 S. Palaf ox
The San Carlos
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10,
TODAY IS THE EVE
OF THE SIGNING
OF THE ARMISTICE
Tomorrow Pensacola will
fittingly celebrate "the day in
commemoration of the defeat
of German autocracy and the
barbaric arms of the -central
powers, and will show the ap
preciation of the valor and pa
triotic sacrifice of American
manhood, which in co-operation
with our allies brought
about the defeat. To those
whom heaven has granted a
safe return, we extend a fer
vent welcome. To those who
will never return, our hearts
should beat in grateful re
membrance, so that we who
live may rightly use the free
dom for which they, have paid
the greatest price." Hon.
Harry Pillians, Mobile.
The most pleasant place to
celebrate the signing of the
Armistice is the Cafe San
Carlos, where cleanliness is
paramount and good foods
abound. (Adv.)
FLORIDA LOBSTERS
served in any style in
SAN CARLOS CAFE
Choicest Sea Foods
We receive our sea foods fresh
from the waters every
morning.
From Mullet to Pompano
Today, Tomorrow and Wednesday
25 Discount on Every
Suit in the Store
We need not tell you of the quality of
these suits You well know LA MODE
MERCHANDISE, and the remarkable
values they are at the original prices, but
for these three days you have your choice
of ANY SUIT IN THE STORE AT 25
OFF OF THE REGULAR PRICE.
We Quote a Few Prices to Give You
an Idea of the Wonderful Saving:
$20.00 Suits for. .$15.00
$25.00 Suits for $18.75
$30.00 Suits for". . $22.50
$37.50 Suits for. .$28.12
$45.00 Suits for. .$33.75'
And so on up to $175.00
All at kOff
Remember! Cold weather is still before
you.
COME! BUY! SAVE!
Best Place to Shop After
St.
1919.
THE GLACIER NATIONAL
PARK JAZZ ORCHESTRA
A BIG HIT.
This orchestra is, as a New
York traveling man said yes
terday, "right up to the minf
ute," and they are undoubt
edly syncopaters of unusual
merit.
They are most accommo
dating to the patrons of the
San Carlos and will be glad to
play request numbers.
The management of the
San Carlos regrets that it is
not consistent to allow the
Orchestra to play for dances
outside the hotel. There have
been many requests, but the
daily concerts at the hotel at
luncheon and dinner, and din
ner, dances Wednesdays and
Saturdays will keep them go
ing. Also it would not be just
fair to the regular musicians
of this city who earn their
living here. C
As soon as the re-decorating
of the San Carlos Audi
torium" is completed dances
will be given by the hotel
management on Tuesday and
Friday nights with music by
the Kohler-Owens-Snow out
fit. (Adv.) V
EXPERT MANICTOIST
in the Barber Shop of
THE SAN CARLOS
$50.00 Suits for. .$37.50
$60.00 Suits for. .$45.00
$75.00 Suits for. . $56.25
$85.00 Suits for. .$63.75
$100.00 Suits for. $75.00
All"
Phone 337
Journal
EDITED BY C. B. H.
PAST PRESIDENT ALBERT
WILL BE GUEST OF
ROTARIANS TODAY
A treat is in store for the
Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs and
the Chamber of Commerce
membership at the joint
luncheon to be held at the
Cafe San Carlos today at one
o'clock. President Albert is
a forceful speaker, and will
elucidate "Civic Improve
ments." Chef-Steward Silva
of the San Carlos says he will
give them "a run for their
money" and Kiwanis Hopgood
says hell be there with the
entertainers. Colonel Maul
din and Captain Christie, and
Admiral Plunkett will be
there and Secretary "Nubby"
Hendricks will be suppressed,
as far as speaking goes.
This luncheon will be in lieu
of the regular weekly lunch
eon of the Rotary on Tuesday
and the Kiwanis on Thursday.
Rotarian Albert will be shown
the best and-deepest harbor
in the Gulf on board Captain
Paul Stewart's yacht, the
Mercathades.
BAYOU COOK OYSTERS
Received Daily and Opened
. Before you in the
Near Bar of the San Carlos.
Very salty.
Fresh Oyster Soup is pretty
good.
A cold bottle of BEVO makes
you think it's real beer.
CARY & CO.
10 South Palafox
Phones 6, 93, 119, 134
When You Think of Coal, Think
of Cary.
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Louisville & Nashville R. R. .
Arr-al and departure of- passenger
trains at Pensacola. FT.
fh following schedule figures pub
lish e-d as information and not euaran
teed.
(Central Standard Time)
AJUirVES. LEAVE 3
5:30 p.m. Montgomery Bir
mingham. iMasnvma,
LoulBTille, Cincinnati 12:30 p.ta,
6:30 p.m. St. Louis. Chicago,
Memphis lS:30p.nu
5:30 p.m Atlanta, Washing
ton. Mew York . ... lt.30 p.m
6 -45 a.m. Monteomery, Bir
mingham, Nashville.
Louisville, Cincinnati 10:45 p.m
6:45 a.m. Memphis. St. Louis,
Chicago 10:45 P4mu
6:45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo
bile ........ ...... 10:45 p.m ,
6:43 a.m. Atlanta, "Washing
ton. New York .... 10:45 p.m
6:45 p.m. Mobile local .... 6:00 a.m
9:45 a.m. Jacksonville, Talla-
hassee 8:15 a.nn
10:t5 p.m. Jacksonville. Talla
hassee P'VOt
Dally except Sunday.
UNITED STATES
(4AIUROAD ADMINISTRATION
JOE L. LICATA
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
8 E. Intendencia. Phone 232
THE LEADER
Stadium Clothes
Union Made
218 S. Palafox St.
PORTER'S BAZAAR!
115 North Palafox i
Everything for the Housewife
. .
AMERICAN NATIONAL
BANK
Of Pensaecla
CAPITAL STOCK PtM In MC0JQ0
EXIDE BATTERY AND
SERVICE STATION
w veavfMrtT A VWTV
11 Hi UrSLLnV AU1U KsKT.
I South Baylen Street. -
Ford Owners Attention
Have your Bearings Fitted by I
Modern Burning System ;
PENSACOLA AUTO CO. .
108 West Intendencia Street!
..... i . -, - ... i -
EVERLASTING
FABRICS CO.
Pensacola's Representative Store
Ingram Optical Co.
WE GRIND OUR
OWN LENSES
YALE BICLCLES .
Cash or credit
Supplies and Repairs.
Tour business appreciated.
T. T. WENTWORTH, JR.
Cor. Belmont and Davis streets.
Mayes' Printing Co
' OFFICE SUPPLIES
17-19 West Government Stred
Phone 181 3
IHE CENTRAL PHARMAC)!
"fit the Heart of Pensueola
THE HOME OF
QUALITY ICE CREAM
177 Phones 17
M. ELLIS
GROCER
1839 Phones 1890
1221 North Davis Street
United Produce Co. ,
38 East ttomana Street
Ne bay and sell Chickens, Eggs
and all kinds of Produce.
REED'S -BETTER BREAlJ
FOR SALE BY ALU FIRST
CLASS STORES J
REED'S SANITARY BAKERt
Palafox and Gregory Street
TELE M & O
ON THE SQUARE
Within Easy Reach of
Everywhere

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