THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1919.
AMERICAN SHOPS IN DANTZIG HARBOR
Woman Joyous and Despairing
Woman Perfumed and Bewitching
-Woman Bedecked and Bedraggled
"W Will Brand Her for What She Is"
Over Two Thousand
Samson took ' two columns and
brought down the house.
Today we take this single col
umn to bring out the strength
Df our CAP stock and to say no
matter what you had in mind,
we have in model.
You can state BROWN, prefer
aREEN, want BLtlE, or demand
3RAY, and we will take great
pleasure in giving you just what
you want without charging a
sent extra for this added pleas
ure of being exactly pleased in
mind and model.
Young Men's CAMPUS CAPS-
Prices $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50.
New shipment just received.
At 1c Each
Bring them in or phone
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This picture gives an idea of the American commerce through the frse port of Dantzig.
moored are American ships, and ' there's a lino of them way down the harbor.
All the ships here
H THE SOUTH
MANY NOTED SPEAKERS OF PRO-
TESTANT CHURCHES TO TRAV
EL IN TEAMS OF SIX AMONG
Influenza, Pneumonia, Meningitis,
Dyptheria, Small Pox, Scarlet Fever,
Measles, Whooping Cough and Many
-Other Contagious Diseases Contract
ed at School Through Nose.
Carter Brokerage Co.
Export Freight Brokers
Let us enguse your npace when you
want room for export. We are aU
cvays posted as to lowest freight rata
and available space.
Room 405, . Thiesen BIdg., Pensaeota.
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FOR HEALTH AND BEAUTY
Relieves pains and gives vigor to the
sntlre body. -For demonstration, trial
treatment or catalogue, write
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headaches for two
of three days at a
time. I took Lydia
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June from teaching
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Compound and the Blood Medicine with
food results. She is much better and
teaching now and I give your medicine
the praise. You are Welcome to use
this letter for the benefit of other suf
fering women." Mrs. F. A. Gaines,
R.R. No. 1, Steele, Ala.
Women who suffer as Mm. Gaines did
should not hesitate to give this famous
root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink
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the evidence that is constantly being
published proves beyond question that
this grand old remedy has relieved much
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The result of their forty years' experi
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- Tampa, Fla., Kov. 16. Announce
ment is , made today of the speakers
who are to address the series of state
conference of Protestant church lead
ers which Is to be held during the first
part of December in all the southern
states under the auspices of the inter-
church world movement. The list in
cludes some of the most noted speakers
in the Protestant churches of America
and la notable for the number of pas
tors of churches who are included.
In addition to these are heads of vari
ous church boards and outstanding
laymen. ; '
These speakers will travel In teams
of six, making the various conference
cities in consecutive order. Six cities
will be included in the itinerary of
Beginning a Washington.1 D. C, and
appearing in Richmond, Huntington,
Lynchburg, Raleigh and Columbia, S.
C, are the following: E. II. Poeat,
formerly president of Furman College,
and now one of the most prominent
Baptist leaders in New York; James
I. Vance, pastor of the First Presby
te'rian church of Nashville, generally
regarded as one of the supreme ora
tors . of the country; John A. Rice,
pastor of . the Methodist Episcopal
church south, of Sumpter, S. C, a
writer and. scholar of nation-wide
fame; Mr. N. B. Steele, of Nashville,
secretary of the woman's board of the
Methodist Episcopal church, south.
The team which will lead the con
ferences at Nashville, Birmingham,
Miami and Jacksonville,' will include
Dr. John'W. Laird, pastor of one of
most prominent Methodist churches
in Baltimore; Mrs. J. H. McCoy, widow
of the Methodist bishop, and now sec
retary of the woman's board of mis-
Jsions at Nashville; H. L. Freeman, of
Adrian, Mich.; Charles Rowland, noted
Presbyterian layman, of Athens, Ga.;.
Dr. R. II. Hudson, head of the mission
board of the Presbyterian synod of
Virginia, and Samuel Haworth.
..' The conference at Lexington, Ky.,
Knoxville, Atlanta and Macon will be
led by Dr. Joseph A. Vancei of ,Detrolt,
pastor of a large Presbyterian Church
of that city; Lyman B. Powell, of New
York ; Dr. W. AV. Pinson, senior sec
retary of the .misskm board of the
Methodist" Episcopal church, south;
Mrs. .Ann R. At water, of Indianapolis,
head of the -4 woman's board of the
Disciples of Christ; J. M. Culbreath,
pastor of the Gabbane Methodist
church of St. Louis, and Miles Fisher,
of New York, of the religious educa
tional department of the interchurch
world movement. .
These conferences will be attended
by leading members of all the Protest
ant churches of the south for the dis
cussion of the vital problems which
are now facing the church. Practically
every ; county in each state will be
represented by religious leaders of the
Parent , are advised to teach their
children, as part of their daily toilet,
how to sterilize the nose and throat
with Eucapine, the preparation of Ol.
Eucalyptus, which became so. popular
in this country during the epidemic
of influenza and pneumonia. A child
can be shown in a minute how to use
it. and, if , reminded by the parent,
will do so systematically without as
sistance or objection.
The child dips its little finger into
the jar of Eucapine and Introduces
it up each nostril; then, catching the
nose between the thumb and first
finger suddenly releases it as he draws
in his breath, thus sniffing the Euca
pine back Into the throat. The Eucapine
gradually spreads over the throat, ton
sils, ear ducts and larynx, sterilizing,
cleansing and healing any inflamma
tion or. irritation and preventing the
formation of adenoids, enlarged ton
sils, earache, deafness and serious lung
Sterilization : with Eucapine keeps
the nose clean, healthy, comfortable
and free from germs; relieves simple
croup, coughs, colds and sore throat
almost, immediately and is so pleasant
that even the youngest children learn
to call for , their jar of Eucapine and
use it for themselves whenever they
feel a cold or sore throat coming on.
Colds "are contagious and - if every
member of the family, specially those
who must breathe the infected dust
of public 'buildings, streets and con
veyances, would make sterilization
with Eucapine a part of their daily
toilet, much sickness would be avoided.
NOTE The product referred to
above may be obtained ( at any drug
store for half a dollar and a jar should
be provided for each member of the
family, Including the servants, es
peclally the nurse. Adv.
MRS. MARY A. TOUARJ HAD RE
SIDED IN PENSACOLA AND AT
ONE LOCATION ALL HER USE
those pupils who make one hundred
in attendance and deportment. This
month forty-six pupils succeeded in
and T onas Fridlv b? P' SuiVan' Y'S?
day, i ;
, Mrs. Mary A. Touart, widow of the
late Frank Touart, died yesterday af
ternoon . at her residence, 100 South
Florida Blaca street. Mrs. Touart was
73 years of age and had resided in
Pensacola and at one location all of
her life. She was a member of one
of the city's pioneer families, having
wide family xsonnectlons in. this sec
tion of the state. Mrs. Touart had a
large circle of friends in the community
and was beloved by all who knew her.
She is survived by three sons, - Robert,
Dillon and Alphonse Touart, and one
daughter, Mrs, Eleanor Seabury, of
York, Alabama. .
Funeral services will be held from
St. Michael's Catholic church at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon and burial will
be in St, Michael's cemetery. The pall
The eighth - grade boys are much
Interested in the study of agriculture,
and are now planting a crop of winter
vetch. In the spring they will plant
The school has no regular music
teacher this year, but Mrs. Dobbs one
of the eighth grade teachers will or
ganize a chorus class in each of the
four eighth grades and will also direct
the singing at all school assemblies.
Twice during the month the school
holds regular chapel exercises. The
first "Wednesdays in charge of the
eighth grade and the third Is in charge
of the seventh. The class officers who
preside at these meetings and arrange
the programs are:
Grade Eight Robert "Welch, presi
dent; Amante Semmes, vice-president;
Jack McGuire, secretary.
Grade Seven John Tatom, presi
dent: Barbara Largue, vice-president;
Faustina Bonifay,, secretary.
This year Miss Mollie McCaskill Is
teacher of domestic science. The girls
of grade eight are given one cooking
lesson a week. The girls of grade
seven prepare the school lunches, "and
from the sale of these lunches all of
the supplies and equipment of the
domestic science department are pro
vided. Miss McCaskill has five classes
of grade eight in cooking and five
classes of grade seven in lunchroom
work. The girls are delighted to have
this department in the school.
MARY LEE DANIELL.
Bicker, J. H, Quina, Frank Glrard, Ed.
Touart and Len LeBaron.
ORDER OF STAGS
FORM DROVE HERE
IN POLICE CIRCLES.
NAME "BAYER" ON
"Bayer Cross" on Aspirin Like
''Sterling" on Silver.
"Bayer Tablets ; of Aspiring marked
with the safety "Bayer Cross," can be
taken without . fear because you are
getting the true, world-famous Aspirin,
prescribed by physicians for over 18
years.:,;-.., :....v '
Always buy an unbroken package of
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" which con
tains proper directions to safely re
lieve Colds, Headache, Toothache,
Earache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Rheu
matism. Neuritis, Joint Pains and Pain
generally. ' '
Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets
cost but a few cents. Druggists also
sell larger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin
Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufac
ture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicy
acid. Adv. .
CLUBBS SCHOOL, NOTES
The A. V. Clubbs school has a large
attendance this year, having enrolled
four hundred and . ten pupils. The
school faculty consists of the follow
Miss Pauline Reese, principal.
Eighth Grades Miss Ethel Clarke,
Miss Estelle McQuade, Mrs. Ernestine
Dobbs, Miss Carey Rice.
Seventh Grades Miss Miriam Wind
ham, Mrs. A. Jernlgan, Mrs. G. S.
Climie, Mrs. J.iA. Griffin
Sixth Grade Miss Gertrude Munn,
Miss Rhoda Benn, Miss Marion Anderson.-
Fifth Grade Miss Snow Herring.
Domestic Science Miss Mollie Mc
Red Cross Report.
Out of 393 pupils in regular attend
ance there were twenty-two who took
out adult memberships. The remaining
371 subscribed to the school quota,
$92.75, at the rate of 25 cents per
pupil, bringing the school up to the
100 per cent mark. Eight rooms went
over the top and the other four made
a good showing. Miss Anderson has
been appointed treasurer of the school
, Roosevelt Memorial Fund.
The week before the Red Cross drive
the A. V. Clubbs school subscribed
$44 to the Roosevelt memorial fund,
for which the school committee was
sent a letter of thanks by Captain "W.
H. Northup, chairman for Escambia1
county. ; ; r- ' , .. :
-:-..-' : Sports.",::; ;;
The playt grounds present quite a
lively scene these days. The older boys
and girls take part in such games as
football, sorcer ball, baseball, basket
ball and volley ball, while the younger
pupils enjoy the giant stride and the
swing. The boys have cleared a field
on some, vacant lots across from the
school and - are using this for their
football games. The basket ball and
volley ball courts are laid out on the
east side of the building and have been
equipped with new nets and balls. The
captains of the 'football teams are
Frank Sasnett and Salvador Taranto.
The captains of the boys' basket ball
teams are Max Heinberg, - Raymond
Marsh - and Ernest Jones, - while the
captains of the girls teams are Mar
garita Mayes, Delia Brown, Bertha
Graham and Charlotte Sweet. The
volley ball teams have for their cap
tains Lydia Mary Bruce, Martha Mer
ritt, Margaret Louise Yonge and Bar
bara Largue. The basket ball teams
are practicing hard and will soon select
a school team which hopes to meet
the freshman high school team in the
Captain Harper arrested Vernon
Northup, a negro, Saturday night, on
the charge of carrying concealed wea
pons. The negro had in his possession
a very handsome revolver, which has
been confiscated by the police. He is
in the city jail awaiting trial before
Judge Morey. r
Captain Harper, Officer Harper "and
Officer Martin, late last night arrested
twelve negro crap shooters in the
vicinity of Alcaniz and Mallory streets.
The negroes were brought to the city
jail, where the more fortunate ones
made bond. They will be tried before
Judge Morey today.
If you wish to reduce steadily, yet
eat candy, ice cream, etc., get a small
box of oil of korein at the druggist's.
Follow the directions, Absolutely safe,
guaranteed method of becoming thin.
No self-starving; you become slender
gracefully, vivacious, mentally and
physically alert glad you're alive!
Reduction guaranteed 10 to 60 pounds
or no cost to you. Adv.
Local Lodge Organized Yester
day With 77 Charter
Adults f n
2s (4k $ stall j
13 THE 8TARTLING PRODUCTION
"THE PRICE OF INNOCENSE"
A DRAMA OF SEARED SOULS
Starring STELLA TALBOT
A panorama of the misjudged woman in ten thousand towns:
in your town and my town. A story of love and . loyalty, of
temptation and redemption; a story of human hearts and
hypocrites. A plot of present moment about men and women
and boys with whom you rub elbows every hour of your life.
On the Same Bill With
MR. AND MRS. CARTER DE HAVEN in "HONEYMOONING"
(A Comedy of Refinement, Giggles and Laughs)
ISIS TOPICS OF THE DAY (LITERARY DIGEST)
REILLY'S DE LUXE ISIS ORCHESTRA
Peggy May in "The House of Intrigue"
A Picturization of
E. L. Bailes. organizer for the south
eastern division of the Protective and
Patriotic Order of Stags, stated last
night that the local "drove" was or
ganized yesterday afternoon at the
LPastime theatre with 77 charter mem
bers. Several additional applications
are in and the total membership for
the local drove will reach one hundred
before the end of the week. ,
J. C. Graham, department superin
tendent for the southeastern division
of, the order will arrive In Pensacola
this week and will bring with him his
family. Mr. Graham will make this
city hip headquarters for the entire
district, which is composed of Missis
sippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florda.
The order is particularly strong in
the north and northwest and is -beginning
to flourish in the south. . Mr.
Bailes stated that practically all of the
state officials of Georgia were mem
bers, . including Senator Hoke Smith
and Governor Dorsey. The member
ship of the order has grow from 100,
000 to over 200,000 since last January,
and Indications are that the record
by the end of the year will reach the
quarter million mark.
(I y I I Reduce your doc tor's
II I I bills by keeping
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MON. TUES. WED.
ROWARD & FIELDS "
In "A Ragtime Dining Car"
Celebrated Woman Juggler
HAVEN & FRANCE
In a Harmony Offering
TUCK & CLARIE
An Acrobatic Innovation
FOX WEEKLY NEWS .
Presents the Great Drury Lane Success
"THE WHITE HEATHER"
You will gasp at the dare-deviltry of the men who
fight to the death on' the ocean floor, eight fathoms
down. You will be spellbound at the sheer beauty of
the scene. ,
SAENGER INTERNATIONAL NEWS WEEKLY.
JOHN BARRYMORE in "THE LOST BRIDEGROOM"
The Cozy Little House
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Chas. Baker's Musical Revue "Island of Jang"
EXTRAORDINARY ADDED ATTRACTION -
. .. MUSICAL ACT
The Sensation of the Season, Direct from Orpheum Circuit
ADA RICE TTflDRIDdBDflU
Gentlemen, 55c Ladies, 10c
(Including War Tax)
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th
IPDRICi QDD GO OR (ID (C L QJE3
Will Give Pink Domino Masquerade Ball
Daily application of a tooth brush
and a tooth cleaner gives you teeth
like pearls and a mouth of health.
It pays to pay a little attention to
Tooth paste in a hundred different
kinds. Any kind you want or a
special of our own which we can.
Brushes in a score of different sizes
and shapes. Pure bristles well bound,
serviceable brushes at low cost.
Antiseptic solution of alkaline or acid
character. Peroxide too or patent
mouth washes. For the perfect rin3e
we can help you select.
Let the Cold Winds Blow
BUY WOOD AT REDUCED PRICES
Hough Mill Ends, while they last, at
Light Wood, at
Steams Lumber & Exp:J Co.
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