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THE ENSACOLA JOURNAL, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 8, 1919.
: ALL SIZES Ray's Corner i Hardware flight at Ray's Right on the Corner Phone FRUITS hj Af0 VEGETABLES MJx30 Country Produce UNITED PRODUCE CO. !' . 38 East Romana St. NORTHUP & WOOD . 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS -Ambulance Service Day. or Night Phones 39, 55 or 56 Office 12 and 11 W. Intendencia St. A. E. LAMONT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR Efficient Service. ; Moderate Terms Phone 1199 , 415 NORTH PALAFOX ST. INGRAM OPTICAL CO. We Grind Our , Own Lenses DR. MARY E. NOYES Osteophatic Physicia n PENSACOLA, FLA. Office Phone 3i9 - House Phone 832 313-311 Blount Building. MORRIS BROS. All New Stock LADIES READY-TO-WEAR ' Belmont and Devilliar Streets , GENTS FURNISHINGS I and 11 South Palaf ox Street BREAKS A COLD ! Il l FEW HOURS , liipe s tow compound" in I stantly relieves stuffiness and distress Don't stay stuffed-un? Onit hiin tncl snuffllner! A dose of "Pape's Cold Crmpound" taken every two hmira until three doses are taken tfsualiy breaks op a severe cold and ends aH rrlppe mfsery. , t The very first dose opens your clog. ; red up nostrils and the air passages of the head . stops nose running; reJ jlieves the -headache, . dullness, fever ,lshnes, ' sneezing, soreness and stlfr- nes. . . . ti 'Pape'a Cold Compound" is the puickest, surest relief known and costs jonly a few cents at drug stores. It cts without assistance, 'tastes nice, contains no quinine Insist upoa pape'slAdv. MRS. LEWIS r OF BROOKLYN v Tells How She Was Made WeUby Lydia E. Pink - ham's Vegetable , Compound. Brooklyn, N. Y.," For one year I 'was miserable from a displacement, wnich caused a gen eral run-down con dition with head p.ches and pains in my side. My sister induced me to try Lydia E.Pmkbam"s Aregetable Com pound. I found it helped me very much and such a splendid tonic that I am recommend ing it to any woman W n o h a s similar troubles. !'-Mrs. Elsie G. Lewis, 30 "Vernon Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Such conditions as Mrs. Lewis suf fered from may be caused by a fall or a. general weakened run-down condition of the system, and the most successful remedy to restore strength to muscles and tissue and bring about a normal healthy condition has proved to be this famous root and herb medicine, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you have disturbing symptoms you do not understand write Lydia E. Pihk han Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of their 40 years experience is at srnnr service. J HIR 'if P ' ., ( I; A Z 7 m -- -jc. .. z : : - - AAV Allison AMU SEME NT S Newest Vehicle For May Allison Con sidered Avery Hopwood's Funniest Play Seen Here Soon . "Fair and Warmeri" Avery Hop- wood's riotous farce, May Allison's first starring vehicle for Screen Classics, Inc., under its "fewer, bigger and better" picture policy this year which will be seen on the screen at the Isis theatre today, broke many records dur ing its long . accupancy of the stage. Among other-marks it set was a rec ord for the longest continuous laugh ever evoked from a theatre ' audience. This laugh was timed by the stage manager of the piece. It. lasted pre cisely forty-three seconds, night in'and night out; no matter whether the farce was playlng to a New York audience or to local theatre-gbers in some way station town on tbur. The laugh came after the innocent line: "She said she would do it, and she did!" - . Maxwell Karger, director general for Screen Classics, Inc., has it all figured out and he announces that he cannot duplicate that -record In the. film ver sion - But he promises to go It one better he guarantees a laugh for every second of the forty-three, and will strive for a laugh every second of the seven reels of the production.. On the stage, Mr. Karger points out the players can wait until a laugh ex pends itself. They can hold their po sitions and "fill in" with pantomine that is known as "ad-lib."" But on the screen this is not possible. There must be something doing . every second, something new and interesting. A laugh every second is a pretty large order, but Mr. Karger says cheer fully that he will undertake to fill it PASTIME THEATRE Miss Laurel Lee is no lackadaisical entertainer. A demure-little bod v off stage, she . can be quite hoydenish if she chooses when scampering before the footlights. She likes to banter her audiences. She does a bit of French character, an odd little dance or two, and suddenly when you are right rnerry in the happy atmosphere she has cre ated she is likely to plunge you into a bit of pathos, but always brings you ngnt cack to good cheer again. Miss! x-.ee nas some pretty gowns, some ex clusive songs, and radiates happiness, therefore her audiences like her. Now I'll '"sing a little song entitled Is the way Laurel Lee introduces her vocallstic endeavors. The title she gives you really hasn't anything to o With the song, but odds bobklns. it's the song and the singer and not the name that counts. Miss Lee Is a bright little Californian, who is making her way successfully in vauderville. Some people call her torn boyish, and some say she. Is merely vivacious, but It is a certainty that little Laurel Lee Is a most lively personage. Off stage Miss Lee is most demure and quiet, but once she dons her vaudeville rain1 ment and faces her audiences, this diminutive Californian is likely to sing michievous songs, "kid" with he aud iences, and have Ahe merriest kind of a time. She can slip from the gayest of moods Into a bit of pathos., too. If she takes a notion, and she never fails to make her act highly interesting. OTHERS TRY THIS Oil YOUR BABIES Keep Nose and Throat Clean and Heal, thy. Stop Torturing Your Darlings With -Irritating Medicines for Colds, Croup, Etc. Leave it to-the kiddies, and they will choose Eucapine Salve, the new and de lightful pharmaceutical preparation that soothes instead of. irritates, and heals in. ptead of inflames. After the first trial it's fun to watch the babies doctor themselves rubbing Eucapine up the nostrils for a bad cohl, or putting it on the back of their tongues for ' a sore throat or ton silitis. or rubbing: It-on their chests and and throats for a deep-seated Cough." Their laces instantly rerlect tne delightful re lief. :v , - Tour druggist will tell you that Euca pine Salve is by far: the best and safest home remedy, for he knows that it com bines the soothing, healing and antiseptic qualities of Kncalyptus, Wintergreen, Menthol, Camphor and Pimis Svlvestris. drug stores everywhere. . EXifs and A At the Isis Today GIRLS' CLUB TO GIVE DANCE Proceeds To Be Used For Christmas Entertainment For-Service Men. Elaborate preparations are under way for the dance to be given by the! Girls Community Serviee club, on De. j cember 9, in Keyser Auditorium. This! dance which is for the purpose of rais ing funds to give the men of the ser vice a splendid Christmas entertain ment is being recognized by .Pensaco lians as a very good thing and several hundred tickets have already been sold. Full cooperation is being given on all sides. v The Pensacola Fire department is as sisting in putting up the decorations; Admiral Plunkett, has giVen the Girl3' club the use of the fine 26 piece Roch ester band, and the. executive officer of the Dixie has granted the use of the flags from that ship and a detail of men to put the flags up in the-hall. A number of representative Pensa colians, military and naval officers and their wives will serve as patrons and patronesses. Refreshments will be served during the evening. Yesterday, , the decoration committee, of which Miss Minnie White Morris is chairman, spent the day in. the woods securing shrubbery which is to-be used In making the "auditorium present a real Florida autumn scene. That the community service would be a success and a fine thing for Pen sacola, was shown Sunday, when the Grossjohann-PIerce orchestra volun teered their services to render a fine musical program at; the Army-Navy club. A number of men of the fleet and also civilians enjoyed the entertain ment. It is hoped that some suitable place may be obtained where these con certs may be given to be enjoyed by all thf community. - ' During the afternoon Mrs. Walker Ingraham, assisted by Miss Gertrude Friedman and Mrs. Louis Friedman, acted as hostess at the club. Hot chocolate. and cakes were served to alL NAME "BAYER" ON ! GENUINE ASPIRIN j Get Relief Without Fear Told in "Bayer Package." as , "Bayer Tablets . of Aspirin" to be genuine must be . marked with; the "Bayer Cross," just like your ' check must have " your signature. Always look for the '"Bayer Cross." Then you are getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians " for over eighteen years. In the "Bayer", package are safe and proper directions for Colds, Head- acne,, iooinacne, fiaracne, Neuralgia, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Joint Pains, and Pain generally.. ' ' Handy tin boxes or twelve tablets cost but a few cents. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufac ture of Monoaceticacldester of Salicy iiacid. Adv. ' :.:'. - TOLEDO LINES RESUME SERVICE Toledo, Ohio, Dec. 6 For the first time in a month Toledo had a com plete street car service today follow ing the permission of the council for the company to use the streets from which they were ousted by a vote of Warmer,".. FLETCHER WILL GO TO SAVANNAH Florida Senator Will Address Southern Commercial Con gress Monday Night. Washington, Dec. 6 Senator Fletch er left Washington tonight for Savan nah where on Monday night he will address the annual convention ""of the Southern Commercial Congress. His subject will be the "South's part in the establishment - of a mercantile marine." Senator Fletcher was for- ; merly president of the congress. He will return here at once and on Wed nesday night will address the meeting 'of the National Rivers and Harbors congress, his subject being "coordina tion of water and rail transportation." Buy Red Cross Xmas Seals ooey M U. S. Qartridges are sold with the broadest guar antee ever made on ammunition. -It is simply this: if you don't like them, get your money back. Every dealer who carries U. S. Cartridges is author ized to refund, on demand, the price of the whole box to anyone who doesn't like them, and returns the unused part of the box.' . . There is no 22 Long Rifle cartridge as accurate at distances from 50 to 250 yards as U. S. 22 N. R. A, Long Rifle Lcsmok Cartridges. This is 50 more yards of accuracy fhart has hitherto been possible with 22 rim-fire ammunition. , Solid bullet for target work. Hollow-point bullet for small game. Cost no more. v. UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY, New York, AfWoetarer, Come in and get a copy of The V. S. Game -Law Booh FREE. EQUAL PAY FOR WOilN IS URGED - By George H. Manning. "vTashington. Dec 7 The passage of a bill to make women eligible to fill government and at the same salary received $1;200, $1,400 and 51.600. tha n m v o. soma wnrlc is to:iatwvr denartment report shows. be strongly urged at this session oi congress by Senator George P. McLean of Connecticut, . Senator-, McLean introduced the bill In the closing hours of the extra ses sion which' ended ten. days ago. but it was then too late to secure action on it. - He reintroduced It today and will urge a prompt affirmative report by the senate committee on Civil Ser vice and Retrenchment to which it -was referred. . . ': -. The Introduction of the bill by Sen ator McLean created some surprise among . his colleagues and leaders of the woman suffrage organizations be cause he has always voted against ad option of the Constitutional amendment for woman suffrage. ' - The McLean bill provides that . gov ernment nominating and appointing officers when requesting certifications from the eligible list of the civil service commission shall not specify sex, un . . . . less sex is a physical- barrier to the proper performanceof the duties ofi the position to be "filled. It provides 1 also that "woman may. In the, discre tion of the head of any department, be : 1 ,r, " oo vo - lieu ivi.;t) uy"" same compensation as man." That the United States government o,.o tvi on mnrA than women for the same kind of work is shown by an of- rr-nnr-t of th woman's bureau of the department of labor. . The civil service commission reached a decision two weeks ago to allow women to take all the examinations on the same footing as men. It ruled, however, that appointing officers have the legal right to specify the sex de sired in requesting names of eligibles. - The department will continue the practice of appointing men in greater proportion than .women, and to the higher salaried positions, it Is believed untiKhe McLean bill or some similar measure is passed changing the law. Investigation made by the woman's bureau of the labor department re vealed that women' were excluded from 60 percent of the examinations held during the first six months of 1919. For the first two months of 1919, 86 percent of the 4,689 women appointed entered government service at salaries of 5900 to 51,299, wnile only 36 per cent of the 3,270 men appointed entered at those rates, the men's pay running higher, the labor department report shows. i The prevailing rate for women typ ists was 51,000 to 51,099; for men typ ists 51,100 to 51.199. ' Men who passed the examination as - Back Cairitridg es tnlwjr of. firearms Bagdad Land & Lumber Co. BAGDAD, FLA. Patterson Hardware Go. GRACEVILLE, FLA. law clerks were appointed In the .War Risk, Bureau at salaries ranging from 51,200 to J3.500 but women taking the same positions were paid - 51,100 to 52,000. Women statisticians work requiring college training and some practical ex perience were appointed at salaries as low. as 51,200, while men received 51.800 53,000 and 54,000. Only one of the f if- -teen , women appointed to managerial supervisory, office organization or sec. re tar la I positions received as much as most of the . men' received, namely, nrtA nnrl over. The other women i 1 ; mnii1 nek Tnese apparent, uiwjuauuca . corrected by the passage of the McLean bill." : Why Be Pale? Take Pepto Mahgan Pepto-Mangan Increases and Enriches the Supply of Red Blood Builds Strength. Restores Color and 9 Appetite. Sold in Liquid and Tablet Form Both Alike in Medicinal ' Qualities. 1 Why do pallid, thin, listless. easily I'... . --j .nntlnnP to make themselves, and those, around them, unhappy by that condition wnen tisey can so easily overcome n . j Unless a man or woman is suffering i from a serious, deep-seated ailment, la prompt remedy that will overcome that continual tired, worn-out. slug- gish feeling is within easy reach. Pepto-Mangan contains just the elements needed to change thin, watery blood -to good, red blood, enabling it to carry strength and vigor to every prt of the body. In a short time the great change is noticeable. The cheeks fill out and attalnth wholesome, rosy complexion of health, the appetite returns, the eyes sparkle, the step quickens, the entire system is filled with renewed vigor. ; Pepto-Mangan Is offered in two forms, liquid and tablet. Both possess exactly the same medicinal qualities- All druggists sell Pepto-Mangan Look for the name "Gude's" on the package. If "Gude's" is not there it is not Pepto-Mangan. Adv. A Quinine That Does Not -Affect Head Because of its tonic and laxative ef fect. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets) can be taken by anyone with out causing nervousness or rlngii.g in the head. There is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature on the box. 30c.Adv. rAll Sies and Styles We make exactly the same guarantee with (1k)i BLACK SHEttS They have reached such a high state of perfection in water, proofing, in speed, in power, and iauniformity that we can guaran tee them without limit. You can get your pet load for every kind of shooting, in smokeless or black powders, in .The Black Shells, and your : money back ' if yon want it. ' .Reserve yours for Christmas Wilson -Biggs Co. 24 South Palafox St. FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You 918 Phones 919 Phone 1788 YALE BICYCLES Cash or credit Supplies and Repairs. Your business appreciated. T. T. WENTWORTH, JR. Cor. Beimont and Da Is streets. OWN YOUR HOME Pensacola Home and Savings Assn. J. H. Bayiiss, See'y 10 South Palafox. Phon. 232 PENSACOLA LAUNCH & MACHINE CO. WILLARD SERVICE STATION Willard Storage Batteries and Repain of All Makes Batteries Two Sets Marina Ways Machine Shop. In Connection r The Parlor Market "Horn of All Thafs Pure FRESH WESTERN MEAT? Poultry, Egg and Green Grooeriea Clutter Music House , Pop Mor Than 23 Year. t; 114 South Palafox Street Phona.15 r tHE CENTRAL PHARMACY "In tha Heart of PensLeota" THE HOME OF ? QUALITY ICE CREAM 177 Jhcne 17 RAILROAD SCHEDULES Louisville & Nashville R. R. Arr-al and departure of passenger trains at Pensacola, Fla. The following schedule figures pub Ushed as Information arid not guaran teed. (Central Standard Time) ARRIVES. UEAVE3 6:30 p.m. Montgomery Bir mingham. Nashrllle, Louisville. Cincinnati 12:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. St. Louis, Chicago, Memphis .......... 12:30 p.m. 5:30 p. m Atlanta. Washing ton. New York .... 12:30p.m. 6:45 a.m. Montgomery, Bir mingham, Nashville Louisville. Cincinnati 10:45 p.m. 6:45 a.m. Memphis, St. Louts, Chicago ...... 10:45 p,m. 6:45 a.m. New Orleans, Mo bile ......... ...... 10:45 p.m. 6:45 a.m. Atlanta. . Washing ton. New Tors: .... 10:45 p.m. 6:45 p.m. Mobile Local .... 6:00a.m. 9:45 a.m. Jacksonville. Talla hassee 6:16a.m. 10:25 p.m. Jacksonville, Talla hassee 6:55 p.m. Dally except Sunday. UNITED STATES RAIUROAD ADMINISTRATION L. E. NOBLES & CO. Agents Hart Schaffner & Marx and Kirschbaran Suits "Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back" 20 South Palafox Street. Phone 790 O. K. TIRE SHOP Vulcanizing and Retreading of CORD or FABRIC TIRES 2i V. T.ARDEN ST. "MONEY BACK" GUARANTEE To Relieve Indigestion Take a or Dyspepsia Dyspepsia Tablet . Before and At fer each meal. 25c Box THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. " Furniture 90 E. Wright. Phone 1993 PALACE CAFE ' Good Things to Eat Opposite Post Office OPEN DAY AND NIGHT EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Peiisacola's Representative Store