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THE FENSaCOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1919.
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Coach Lon Star of the Maroons,
-hit & broken leg. Pat hobbles about
th$ field on crutches and Lcn coaches
from his electric. Srtil the team is
winning.
RETAIL MERCILVNTS
MEET THURSDAY
- The-, Pensaco!a Retail Merchants.
association will meet at the chamber
of commerce rooms at 3 o'clock Thurs
day afternoon.- All members are urg
ed "to be present.
VM THE KIDDIES
SUFFERFROL COLDS
Glv&them. pleasant- to-takes,
I helpf ulDr. Bell's Pine-Tar-i
Honey
iHILDREN romp around and
play and become overheated. A
coid often results. It should not
fee neglected one instant. Give them
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It is very
pleasant to take and its ingredients arc
sure to ease the tickling throat. It
helps in relieving irritation and phlegm
congestion. Clear the air passages.
Take Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
yourself for that heavy cold. What it
does lor thousands of others it
doubtrdly will do for you.
All druggists. 30c, 60c-, -$1.20.
un-
'ftp ('my mv mtn
ESD215 Keeps the Family Well
Lkjo i iet th hver remain lncti wbea Po-TV-I
m.x wo eoa'Jy an4 promptly get m free
lie-fUjm started ad remove the pcioanooa
vut from ywirjg and okl myitem. io-l
lK i t month. eomfortW laxative. Oc
Let the Coal liters Strike
BUY WOOD AT REDUCED PRICES
Rough Mill Ends, while they last, at
per load
Light Wood, at i
per load .... ... . . . . . . . . . . V. . ,'.
Fat Kindling Wood, " " '
per sack .............. . . ... . . . . ,
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JAPAN SSIDS
CONCILIATORY
TOILS.
Document Deals With Complaint
Against Japan for Lax Coop
eration in Operation of Trans-
Siberian Road.
Tokio, Nov. 9. The conciliatory and
dignified nature of Japan's reply to the
American note of last September, com
plaining of lack of . co-operation of
Japanese troops in the operation of
the' - trans-Siberian : railway,! is be
lieved here to have removed any dan
ger of -serious complications between
Japan .nd the United ' States over
conducting the railway. In effect the
replay ratifies the arrangement reach
ed at Vladivostok by Roland S: Mor
ris, the United States ambassador, and
General OI, commander of" Japanese
forces " In .eastern "Siberia andTcommits
Japan to co-operation in the future.
Under the" circumstances it is consid
ered unlikely here,, that ;the ' United
States will further pursue the matter.
The Chinese consortium question.
however, has come strongly to the
foreground as . a problem . requiring
immediate and ' frank negotiations.
The Washington government has al
ready Jnrormed the , government of
Japan that the United States is quite
unable to accept Japan's proposal to
exclude certain 'districts of eastern
inner Mongolia and South Manchuria
from the scope of the consortion. An
nouncement of an Independent loan
to China of $30,000,000 by" a Chicago
bank was made simultaneously. The
loan Is secured by a tobacco and wine
monopoly.
$1.25
$2.00
$1.00
NOTE
This is taken here as a hint that
unless Japan sees her way clear to
joint consortium on reasonable terms,
the United States may adopt .the policy
of a loan group in which, considering
the financial conditions of the Euro
pean nations, Japan would hold a
leading role. Indications are that
Japan's leading bankers favor uncon
ditional pooling of the powers for a
loan to China, though certain power
ful business houses have Joined mili
tary circles in backing the movement
excluding Mongolian and Manchurian
zones. ". . : .'
Will the
'Influenza
Return?
Public Health Authorities Predict Its
Recurrence.
Guard Against It by Building Up the
Blood.
PeptoMangan Creates Rich Red Blood
and Increases Strength.
Surgeon General Blue, of the United
States Public Health Service, in a re
cent statement from "Washington,
warns the public that the much-dreaded
" influenza epidemic will probably
return this fall land winter. All medi
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
resistance 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 appe
tite, imparts color to the checks, and
creates new hope and ambition in
those who have become pale, weak,
and listless. Physicians recommend
Gude's ' Peto-JIangan. When you or
der, be sure the word "Gude's is on
the package. Without "Gude's," it is
not Pepto-Mangan. Furnished in both
liquid and tablet form. For sale by all
druggists. Adv.
WRITES POP THE
MAGAZINES
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SURGEON J Hk -t cMCF I
The Associated Press correspondent
gains the impression from talks he
has had with those Interested that the
exclusion of certain kinds of loans
such as railroad concessions, rather
than" the exclusion of definite terri
tories, will be a basis of possible settle,
ment.
It is' likely , that negotiations will
be left in the hands of Ambassador
Morris at Tokio to be worked out on
the spot rather than to a formal long
distance exchange of communications.
The expectations are that an accord
will be reached.
' Only a Cold.
Are you ill? Is often answered: "Oh,
it's, only a cold," as if a cold was a
matter of little consequence, but peo
ple are beginning to learn that a com
mon cold is a matter not to be trifled
with, that some of the most serious
diseases start with a cold. As soon as
the first indication of a cold appears
take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Remember , that the sooner you get
rid of your cold the less the danger,
and this remedy will help you to throw
it off. Adv.
As Influenza
is an exaggerated form of grip, LAX
ATIVE . BROMO QUININE Tablets
should betaken ir larger doses than la
prescribed for ordinary' Grip. good
plan Is .not tor wait until you are sick,
but PREVENT IT by taking LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets In
time. Adv.
QUICK RELIEF
Get Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets
That is the joyful cry of thousands
since Dr. Edward3 produced Olive
Tablets, the substitute for calomel. No
griping results from these pleasant
little tablets: They cause the liver
and bowels to act normally. They
never force them to unnatural action.
. Dr. ' Edward3 Olive Tablets are a
Boothing, healing, vegetable compound
mixed with olive oil.
If you have a bad taste, bad breath,
feel dull, tired, are constipated or
bilious, you'll find quick and sure re
sults from Dr. Edwards little Olive
Tablets at bedtime. 10c aad 25c a box.
ROM
CONSTIPATION
tr.IXCNflRD VTOOO IS POND
OP MORSE" 13ACK RIDING-'
DRYS MILIT
OVER OHIO VOTE
L083 OF NEW JERSEY DOES NOT
DISTURB PREPONDERANCE OF
PROHIBITION POWER THEY AS
SERT. (BY GEORGE H. MANNING.)
Washington. D. C Nov. 10. While
the "wets", can see but little encour
agement from their Victory in New
Jersey, a wet state, last week when
Edwards was elected governor on a
platform of doing all he can to keen
the state as "wet as the Atlantic
ocean," the "drys" are . jubilant over
the dry victories in Kentucky and
Ohio.
The victory for "law and order" in
Massachusetts Is eratifvincr to ih
drys who consider it a clear indication
that the people will stand firmly for
strict carrying out of the prohibition
enforcement law. -
The New Jersey election has an in
teresting prohibition enforcement
phase. Some weeks aeo Internal Rev
enue Commissioner Roper wrote to
me governors of all the states urging
their cooperation for enforcement of
the prohibition laws. Last week Ed
wards was elected governor of New
Jersey with the declaration that h
would do everything possible to keep
me state wet, , as hia principal plat
form plank.
With nation-wide prohibition be
coming effective very soon political
leaders of both parties in Washington
no longer consider prohibition a na
tional issue. The New Jersey result
is considered worthless as having any
bearing on 1920.
The wets had expected that the
"growling" going on apparently every
where over the speedy coming of na
tional prohibition would bring about
overwhelming defeat of the dry
amendments in Ohio and Kentucky.
To their amazement both states
went dry. Kentucky, it was believed,
would show its disapproval of the ac
tion of congress in denying the Ken
tucky whiskey dealers an opportunity
to dispose of many million dollars
worth of "wet goods" they have on
hand by defeating the prohibition
amendment. Instead the state went
dry with many thousand votes to
spare. ' "
Officials of the Anti-Saloon League
headquarters in Washington are Jub
ilant over the apparent dry victory In
Ohio, where a vote was taken on the
referendum on the federal amendment,
because they believed it spells disas
ter for the wet referendum movement
throughout the country.
"Ohio is the only state in the Union
that has a constitutional provision for
a referendum on the federal amend
ment," said Wayne B. Wheeler, gen
eral counsel for the Anti-Saloon
Armistice Day will go down in history as the greatest
day of the.centuries!
Peace arrived, after four long years of most cruel
warfare, and the .thanks of the world' went up in rejoic
ing for this great blessing.
Gas brings peace to your household and place of busi
ness. "Lighting or heating; it is ever faithful, quiet,
anxious to do its work, a splendid messenger of peace to
you.
Pee
League here today. "In Washington,
the only other state where the su
preme court endorsed a referendum by
a divided court, the petition for the
referendum .is contested and doubt
less no election will ever be called.
"In Oregon and Maine, the courts
have decided against the referendum.
Cases are pending in the supreme
courts of Nebraska, Oklahoma, New
Mexico. Arkansas, California, Michi
gan and Colorado. In Idaho and
Utah, the wets failed to secure their
petition. Petitions have been circu
lated in Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada.
Missouri and South Dakota,
!'The defeat of the wets In Ohio
clinches victory for the ISth amend
ment even If a referendum was legal."
continued Mr. Wheeler. "In all prob
ability there will never be another
referendum in anj- state on the federal
amendment. Even If it was permitted
they would only have a fighting
chance in Missouri. Wisconsin and
California. This would leave forty
two states in favor of ratification of
the prohibition amendment, six more
states than needed to ratify."
A Good Cough Medicine for Children.
Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Redon, Ga.,
phoned to J. M. Floyd, the merchant
there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and said she had bought
a bottle of it at his store recently
and that it was doing iier children
so much good that she wanted to
keep up the treatment. You will fnd
nothing better for coughs and colds
in children or for yourself. It keeps
the cough loose, expectoration easy
and soon frees the system from the
cold. Adv.
HIGH SCHOOL PLAYS
FORT BARRANCAS TODAY
The P. H. S. Tigers will meet tho
strong eleven from Fort Barrancas this
after noon at 3:30 at Maxent Park.
The game is expected o be a fast
contest as both teams are in excellent
condition. The Tigers know but little
concerning the strength of their op
ponents, but they are hoping to win
the contest, and at the same time get
a good practice for their game with
Barton Academy at Mobile Friday.
Captain Creary reports that the team
have all recovered from the hard came
with Wrights' Saturday and that all
of his men are in fine shape.
Alex. Olsen of last year's eleven
was at the High School yesterday and
received the greetings of his many
friends. Alex, stopped off on his way
back from New Orleans. He is play
ing fullback on the 'Gaor eleven thl3
year and played in the game against
Tulane Saturday.
Old People Who Are Feeble and Chil
dren Who Are Pate and Weak
would be greatly benefited by the gen
eral -strengthening tonic effect of
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. It
purifies and enriches the blood and
builds up the whole system. A gen
eral strengthening tonic for adults and
crildren. 60c. Adv.
ack fe Cii
25 EAST GARDEN STREET
DON'T LOST HOPE
IS MESSAGE OF
FOREMAN'S WIFE
"NO MATTER WHAT ELSE YOU
HAVE TRIED, I ADVISE DRECO,
FOR IT WORKED WONDERS FOR
MY HUBAND."
HAD TQ QUIT JOB
NOW HE IS READY TO RETURN
TO WORK AFTER OVERCOMING
LIVER, KIDNEY AND STOMACH
TROUBLE.
T am the happiest woman in Flor
ida, for Dreco. has restored my hus
band's health, even after I had almost
lost hope," declared Mrs. C. S. Youngs,
of 1506 E. LaRua street, Pensacola.
Mr. Youngs was Foreman of Riveters,
a very responsible position, at the
Pensacola Shipbuilding Co.; until his
Health forced him to quit work.
"Two years ago my husband was
stricken down with rheumatism and
bronchitis, and was in bed five weeks,
finally getting out, but never regained
his bld-tlme vim. Last October he had
a severe spell of Flu, and I thought he
surely would die; however, he pulled
through, but I could see -he was not
his old self. Three months, ago he
had to quit his Job, and hasn't been
able to return, although the boys come
by" home frequently to see when he
will be back, for Mr. Youngs was
wen liked by everyone.
"I was doing all I knew, but every
day he seemed to be worse. He got
so nervous he couldn't sleep; his ap
petite left him, had a bad taste in his
mouth, and his breath was so foul he
would turn his face so I could not
smell it. He got very dizsy, had
backache, limbs ached and was con
stipated very badly. He Just dragged,
around the house, with no energy at
all.
Reading about Dreco. I bought it
for him. and he has taken two bot
tles and my! what a difference has
come over him. it is almost impossi
ble to believe it. Really he Is thinking
of returning to work next week. All
the pains are gone, also' dizxy spells
have stopped; bowels act regularly
every day; breath is sweet and he has
a huge appetite and sleeps like a
baby. Try Dreco for it sure is grand
medicine."
All good druggists now sell Dreco
and it is highly recommended in
Pensacola by Balkcom Drug Co.- Adv.
This Means You.
When you get up with a bad fast
in your mouth, a dull tired feeling,
no relish for food and sre constipated,
you may know that you need a doss
of Chamberlain's Tablets. They nrt
only cause an agreeab. movement of
the bowels, but cleanse and invigorates
the stomach and improve the diges
tion. Adv.
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