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THE PENSACUL.A J UUKNAL. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1920.
10 J o michai:ls-&tern J7 valiiVfibst t CLOfHES IMAGINE NAPOLEON IN A DEREY Rome men gen so used to wearing soft hats that they can't imagine themselves in anything else but what's a butter contrast with a nice bright day tan ha jet black bowler If you arj tired of being tied to the fasy going life of the eoti felt and want to tighten jp a bit on your dignity, rome In and try on the three new shapes that we've just receiv1, even tho" it's on y ao see how you look in the. stiff new blocks. Schoble HUff ITats in three dimen 6 ions $5.00 & $6.00 SEA SERVICE SCHOOLS OPEN FREE CLASSES IN MARINE EN GINEERING AND NAVIGATION FIT PUPILS FOR ALL GRADES JcaniWI?ate Store y.Ht. .... Clutter Music House For Mora Than ?3 Year 114 JJouth Palafox Street Phone 15 OWN YOUR HOME Pensa.co!a Home and Saving Assn. J. U. Bayliss, Secy 13 South Palafox. Phoiw 283 PENScOLA launch& MACHINE CO. WfLLAf !D SERVICE STATION Willard Storags batteries and Repair ef AH Makes Batteria Two Seti Marina Ways Machine Shop In Connection The Parlor Market "Horn. i ef All That's Pur." FRESH WESTERN MEAT? Poultry, f'ss and Grcron Grocer! THE CENTRAL PHARMACX min t Haart of Penaeol r THE HOME OF QUALITY ICE CREAM J2T 177 Phone. 17g jlJZ. PALACE CAFE Good Things to Eat Opposite Post Office OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Free classes in navigation and ma rine engineering have been opened in New Orleans by the United Statfcs Shipping board. The navigation school is being conducted at Royal and iCcntl-sta., New Orleans, under the ( supervision of Captain C I. Moore, formerly lieutenant-commander in the U. S. navy, and captain of the naval transport "Hatteras" aurmg the war. The engineering school is held at Tuline university. New Orleans, un der the direction of Prof. James M Kobert, of the Tulane raculty. De tailed information may be obtained from Charles II. Cugle, chief of the Gulf section of the United States Ship ping board, by any one wishing to en roll. The schools prepare pupils for all grades of deck and engineer officers' licenses In the case of the navigation school, the course generally takes from three to six weeks in engineer ing school, four weeks, according to the abiliSy of the student. Any one who has had two years experience at sea or. the equivalent on lake, bay or sound steamers' or fishing boats 'or yachts is eligible for enrollment in the nevigation classes. the engineering classes are opened to all men who have had mechanical experience, including locomotive and stationary engineering, machinists and graduates of technical institutions, marine engineering, oil ers and watertenders. v The lowest pay of third mate and third assistant engineer is $163.75 with board and lodging. "The opportunity was never better for rapid advancement to master and chief engineer, which pays an aver age of $330.00 per month." said Mr. Cugle. "The government has not enough men to man the ships . now afloat and approximately 1,500 more will be finished next year. It is tho desire of the government to get good American citizens ;lo fill these positions without having to plate our ships in charge of foreign born and unnatural ized men, and it is up to our young men to join these schools and officer the boa r as fast, as trie government builds hem." Men who have had some but not the required amount of sea service may, upon completion of the course, be sent to sea as cadet officer under pay, for a period of two months and be advanced to Ihe rating of third mate or third assistant engineer. cWVEaK WsTUFFjj V SAID scrRooae f 5 7 LooK.Tro cHANcePoit VvaX REXOIH ALL v TO ( G I . M I SOIClOB ) fK Fme LINE OXZKfQJZE.ujJ I yX Of3 - KE.VOLUERS JT V-V CARBOLIC ACD S si m rz I V IV-t5? ll'USfiiX ) Kino HU58ANO WHO : wsto4. '" '" " via. -" . well .jJT" r j Qvcnc OUT IN THE JUNGLE, her beast of a husband, murdered. The evkience all against her. Her love, her hop?s, shattered and buried in Ene-land. q;jie verdict would matter little after all. THEN CAME "ZThe VITNESS DEFENSE Surprise suspense scene after scene of appeal to the heaxt that Is simply overwhelming! And 221 end well, thi3 is one plcturo you won't 4 ,V A la,-! V ' . j V dare to miss. 01 U YES. IT FEATURES ELSIE Other Features TODAY Harold Lloyd In "THE RAJAH" Isls Semi "Weekly Live Wire News Reillys Isis urchestra TOMORROW m WTt 13 13 'lBV L & T m . . ..k ' '" 4 mm mm ROB'T WARWICK in "TOLD IN THE HILLS" A world famous novel of the pioneers' West made into a picture you'll lontr remember With a brilliant supporting cast including Ann Little. Wanda Hawley, Tom Forman, Eileen Percy and Monte Blue. Cornel "THE JAIL-BREAKERS (L-Ko Comedy) MUTT AND JEFF in "ICELAND'' (Cartoon s Comedy) JIM CORBETT in "THE MIDNIGHT MAN" (Come and See the End) nmoniiow PEARL WHITE in "THE BLACK SECRET COUGHED NIGHT AND DAY FOR TWO Y Mr. Parkhurst Found Quick lieiiei v rum K. tu u.ii. Bronchial Trouble. JN 0 I LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS. K 1: EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Pciisacola's Representative Store YALE BICYCLES Cash or credit Suj plies and Repairs, Your business appreciated. J X. WEN rWOUTH, JU. Ccr. Be' men t anC. i.i'l3 "i.reeta. No preliminary hearing was civn in the Bowman injunction case in tho j ccurt or record yesterday morning, as Solicitor Fisher 'is working on the evi dence in the case. "Two years aso, I had a grippe which left me with a had eouprh. Finally this became chronic bronchial asthma, and four doctors said it could not be cured. "I commenced talons everything my friends recommended, but I got worse in stead of better. For two years, I was unable to do any work except to cough constantly night and day, which was the hardest work I ever did. "Finally I Kot hold of Milks Kmulsion. It benefitted me so much, right from the start, that it came as a God-send. In two months I was perfectly 'cured. I gained in health, strength and flesh rap idly." J. M. Parkhurst, Leon St., AV. Terre Haute, Ind. Ilosie Pool, negro, was delivered to the county authorities yesterday morning- and is held on charges of larceny. This action was taken In the prelimi nary hearing j-esterday morning. Pool, it was claimed, had been taking clothing and articles belonging to his bro.er, even getting his pay envelope at the ship yard, where both are working. TV. A. IVAlemberte Is getting along aft nicely as could be expected, accord ing to the hospital- lie is very sick and weak, but his condition is not alarming. Please Remember That w5 carry a Most Com plete Line of OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS BINDERS INDEXES FILES Senbusch Self-Closing INK STANDS Sch.effer's Self-Filling FOUNTAIN PENS 1920 CALENDAR PADS SHARP-POINT PENCILS MAYES PRINTING COMPANY DUALITY PRINTING MODERN" OFFICE EOIIIMIENT AND OFFICE SIT PLIES Phone 181 20-22 XV. GOVERNMENT ST. Dr. Henry Cushman. who suffered from a stroke of paralysis recently, is still at the hospital where he was taken after the strohe. Tho doctor is totally helpless, but is geting better. ROPER HELD UNDER BOND IN HEARING Sergt. Tim Roper was held under a $500 bond In the preliminary hearing Johnson. Roper was charged with be j ing an accomplice in the recent Malamo (store robbery, in which the thieves got jaway with $2,300 in currency and lib- erty bonds. Clarence Roper, charged with the same offense, has not been seen since Sunday when it is understood that he lef j the state. When . found he will be brought back here to face the charge of theft and also for Jumping his bond. TELEPHONE WORKERS IN MONTHLY SESSION 17, a ruLLun TUG SEA KING SAILED ON DECEMBER 13 WITH CREW OF THIRTEEN AND EN COUNTERS HARDSHIPS. To Relicvs Indifjestion or Dyspepsia Take a .4 Dyspepsia Tablet Uefore and Af ler each meal. 23c Cox THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY Dan Brown Merchant Tailoring Company i27 XVvsi. Rclii':i t !-!. Phone 51,",2. Suits pressdl while you wait. C;JloI fo Mul delivered ."ioc. I .;( i with uj ft rul save money. e soli taiioi made suits cheaper Hum Uxg oilier fella33l There will be a monthly meeting of the local association of Bell Telephone employes next Tuesday night. The lecal association has been quite ac tive since its organization in July, giving,, besides its regular monthly business meeings, several picnics, par Jies and dances. Local officers are P. S. llaynes, chairman, and Miss Fay Ileinberg, secretary. ' The local association is part of the third division, comprising southern Georgia and Florida, with headquar ters at Savannah, and sends delegates to the yearly meetings ifriere. The third division is in turn a part of the Southern Association of Bell Telephone Employes, which includes the ex changes of the Carolinas, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisi ana, Kentucky and Tennessee, with headquarters at Atlanta. . All white employes, below the grade of general manager of the division, and who have worked fo.- the company six months, are eligible for membership. The organization .was started fcy the employes themselves with the co-oP-eration of iBie officers, end has for its purpose the betterment of both busi ness and social relations- It furnishes l a way of making known all complaints i.and assuring attention there Jo and practically assures just agreements. as well. Membership is not compulsory, nor does it prohibit membership in any other organization. In spite of the jinx that rules the thirteenth the Sea King came into port yesterday afternoon in good shape, considering the hardships that ;he tug has gone through since leaving this port December 13. The jinx, accord ing to Capt. -John Mayo, went aboard the day the tug cleared jhis port and was the prominent and ever present passenger Ihe whole voyage, even on the return trip. The first day out the tug lost a fireman overboard, the rireman having been seen about 8 p. ' m.. and was missed at 4 o'clock in the morning. Xo one saw the man nor Knew any of the derails as to how he was lost. He just couldn't be found. Following this, the lug hit rough weather on the trip down to Havana, losing some of her coal and being de layed generally. On the return trip Uhe tug was remembered by the same jinx Rough seas and weather was ever present until just Off Tampa she went into that port ao pick up the barge Ft. Dade and get more fuet. While there federal officers made a raid on the boat and found a quunt'lty of Christ mas time cheer that comes in bottles. This was the climix or the work of the well known passenger for the liquor was immediately seized and a fine of good proportions was levied against the tug- The trip tfo Pensacola was made in tho face or unfavorable winds and seas, but tne boat made th- trip as well as could be expected uncer the conditions. But Captain Mayo is through with "thirteen," he says. He left here on the 13th of December with a crew of thirteen men, and the rip was a fail ure in many ways, even if the tug did bring in three barges, the Ft. Dade, Teddy and Earnest. The Karnest will load lumber from the Gulf Export and Lumber company. The Teddy will load lumber from tho Stearns Lumber company, and the Ft. Dade will go to Beaumont, Texas. WAGE INCREASE GRANTED OPERATORS An unexpected wage increase was given to the employes of the Western Union Telegraph company, according to an announcement made yesterday at the local offices- The increase gives 15 per cen.v additional to all employes who have been with the company for as long as one year and 10 per cent to the employes who have been with the com" pany for six months.. The increase given yesterday was an appreciation by the company of the services of its many employes . and Manager Luff, in speaKing for all em ployes, said ihat they were all proud of their company and of the fact that it recognized faithful and courteous service. KEYSER AUDITORIUM GOOD MUSIC! BEST OF ORDER! LADIES FREE War Tax 15c GENTS, 45c War Tax 5c LIBELLED VESSELS FURNISH BONDS THE CROWD WILL BE THERE Bonds were furnished yesterday for two vessels, the steamer Coushaita, li belled by Blount. Blount & Carter for the Marine Lumber company, and the schooner Frederic A. Duggan libelled by the Henderson Shipping company. The Coushatta is ready to go tfo cea- What does your mirror reflect 9 Imperfections of the skin, such as roughness, blotches, pimples and red spots ? If so, begin the use of Resinol Soap, and see if its whole some, cleansing qualities do not make a marked improvement in a surprisingly short time. Iont wait try it today ! Resinol. ; Soao JL At all druggists . How He Ended Kidney Trouble. "I had a severe attack of kidney trouble for three weeks could not get out of doors and scarcely out of bed," writes C. E. Brewer, Village Springs, Ala. "Could not bend over at all with out the most excruciating pains. I purchased a bottle of Foley Kidney I'ills the best kidney remedy in the world. Xo recurrence of my trouble." Sold everywncre- Adv. - PENSACOLA MAY BID ON BAPTIST HOME It is sail that Pensacola delegates to the Baptise state convention to be held at .Jacksonville this month will bid on the Baptist hospital which will be built in some southern city. Money remaining in the BapSst treasury after the demands of horn? and foreign missions are met, will be used for the structure. LIBERTY THEATRE Just Off Palafox TODAY MILDRED AUSTIN Dramatic Stock Co. Presenting that Famous book story "WHY LINDY RAN AWAY" HARDY ASKED FOR SEED CORN PRICES County Commissioner Hardy, who is also president of the Escambia County Fair association, has been asked by .(lie county agent of llanatee county for a price list of seed corn. Manatee county had no exhibit at the state fair in 1919 but hopes to have one next fall. "W. Tt. Briggs. the counfy agent, says his people are mostly interested in Flint corn but some like Dent. SEE- To Heal a Cough Take HAYES HEALING HONEY. 33c. Miss Austin as Lindy. Terrible Explosion in Act 3 Beautiful Scenes, Electrical Effects. Thrilling Fight Scenes. Special Bargain Matinee 10c to all 10c to all Saturday Afternoon An orange tea on stage im mediately after matinee Sat urday afternoon for those attending. TOD AT THE BIG TENT Garden and Spring ED. C. M TT COMEDY il PLAYERS OFFER "The Higher Law" A REAL DRAMATIC TREAT WITH ALL NEW VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS Featuring KALAMA'S ROYAL HAWAIIAN TROUPE MATINEE fTv'M. 10c NIGHT PRICES 15c and 25c Wfar Tax Included Next Week First Half ."UNDER COVER" With "Harry Rich" FUNERAL JAMES FARINAS Tho funeral of James Farinas was held yesterday morning rrom the fam ily residence. 206 W. Zarragossa-st-, services being held in St. Michael's church, conduced by Rev. Father F"ul-lerton- Mr. Farinas was an active member of the Veteran Firemen and the Confederate Veteran associations, both organizations attending - the ser vices in a body Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic restores vitality and energy by puri fying and enriching the blood. You can soon feel its strengthening, invigor ating effect. 'Adv. GammoBioo the Mew 7ear Right Headache, eyeache or any trouble with your eyes or glasses may cause you many uncomfortable days or make im possible the doing of perfect work in your studies or your business. Begin 1920 right, by having jour eyes ex amined now. . Consult our Optometrist. WILL X. -BJIinFEWroEESFIER JEWELER AND OPTICIAN The House of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Street. BARGAIN IN SJSEID C ONE-THIRD DOWN, BALANCE TEN MONTHLY 1 5-passenger Chevrolet 1 5-passenger Dodge 1 5-passenger Maxwell 1 7-passengrer Studebaker 1 5-passengrer Ford PAYMENT I .$250.00 .$300.00 . 5450.00 . 5500.00 .5260.00 IVe Open on Sunday. Used Car Department, 109 South Bajlcn, Thone 20153 333 ' 333 BOB'S MESSENGER SERVICE Messengers Furnished Day and Night 19 E. Garden 'St Phane 333 J2 4 -I I (7