PENS ACOL A JOURNAL. MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2,1920
; . .
From Sun Kissed Spain
comes a navel olive shade that we'll
rut against any other hat color
brought out this season.
Just enough brown to keep the frreen
from looMngtoo fresh and the partic
ular shape we have in mind could
grace the brow of a deacon without
alarming his flock.
If you haven't time today we wish
you'd run in and holler "I read your
Olive ad in The Journal" and extem-
pore we'll trot out the finest looking
soft hat that you ever sr.v for eight
dollars and a half in American money.
You can make
Wash Day" a pleas
ure by calling either
Launderers, Cleaners, Dyers
That we carry a Most Com
plete Line of
LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS
1920 CALENDAR PADS
MODERN OFFICE KOI IPMENT
AND OFFICE Sl IM'LIES
20-22 W. GOVERNMENT ST.
NORTHUP & WOOD
Ambulance Service Day or Night.
Phones 59, 53 or 56
Office 12 cad 11 W. Intendentla St.
L. E. NOBLES & CO.
Hart Schaffner & Marx and
Pensacola'is Representative Store
THE CENTRAL PHARMACY
"In the Heart of Pensacola"
THE HOME OF
QUALITY ICE CREAM
177 Phors 178
nV ' HI Uft
We Will Bond You
918 Pliones 910
READJUSTMENT CERTAIN, SAYS
EXTENDED " DEPRESSION MAY
Prospects of falling prices are dis
cussed by the National Bank of Com
merce in New York in the February
number of Commerce Monthly, the
bank's publication, just issued. The
bank, while not predicting a definite
time when price readjustment, may be
expected, mantains that the process
need not mean disruption to business.
"If, when the tide turns." .says the
bank, "readjustment is not too long
resisted and production is not too much
slowed down, and if the situation is
flexible and competitive, we may ex
pect to meet the reaction without dis
aster. The country is not as well
braced now for reaction as it was at
the time of the armistice,, bitf so
many of our major industries are irr
an exceedingly strong position, and
our banks are as a whole in such ex
cellent condition, that we should view
the prospect without undue appre-
"The question of price readjustment
in the United States is tied up with
our attitude toward - Europes econ
nomic recovery. If it is felt that we
pre in a common economic future. 1
active. As a part of such a policy, new
continuance of our exports essential
tO reconstruction would delay the pro
cess of price readjustment.
"Withdrawal of the present exten
sions of credit to support exports to!
Europe would soon check the present
abnormally one-sided trade. This
would necessitate our domestic mar
ket's absorbing three or four hundred
j million dollars' worth of goods each
month which our market has not ha i"
( to absorb during 1910. With goods
thrown back on the domestic market
in this volume a relaxation of the
strain in our commodity markets
would follow. Two possibilities would
then be opened. On the one hand, we
might have a speedy readjustment of
prices and wages and a revival of busi
ness activity on a lower level. On the
other hand, if efforts were made to
resist price reduction by artificial
means, we would be exposed to the
dangers of a painful period of real
"When this readjustment comes, the
business men of the country will have
opportunity for the policy toward
labor which will go far in making for
industrial peace in the years that fol
low. In so far as the balance sheets !
permit it, business men will find it
wise to let prices go down first with
out making too vigorous efforts to re
duce wages. The natural, course of
events will lead to substantial wage
reductions in time. However, we can
not expect to see wages recede, as
rapidly or as far as prices, because
the elimination of immigration in re
cent years has left our labor supply
relatively short. 'Even without reduc-'
tion in wages, labor costs per unit of
output will be reduced with the re
storation of shop discipline and the
cessation of overtime work."
The chief cause of high prices out
lined by the bank is the rhortage of
sup-plies for the domestic market, due
to the drain upon American produc
tivity by Europe's demands. The short
age has been accentuated by the cur
tailment of output in many lines fol
lowing the armistice. Other causes
are the creation of an abnormal
amount of credit by government loans
for destructive purposes and extrav
agance by the public in a post-armis-lice
relaxation from war-time economy.
Concerning the relation' of the value
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Colonel Holz . will , be the chief
speaker t the dedication of the Sal
vation Army citadel .Tuesday after
noon. The building is located at 14
W. Government. The colonel will be
accompanied by Staff Captain and
Mrs. David' Main Birmingham, En
sign Ernest R. Holz, New York, and
ether officers of. the army. Captain and
Mrs. Bergen, officers in charge, ex
tend invitations to the public to be
present at the dedication.
Captain Bergren has completed the
j arrangements for the dedication and
i the big quarters of the army .are all
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PUUllC. VaptitHl DCI &l 11U.3 UH-
tiring in his efforts to get the building
'and have it finished as the home of
the army, and its inception is due to
the captain and his wife.
of gold to prices, the bank has this
"The great change in price, in the
United States has been due, not to a
fall in the. value of gold, but to a rise
in the values of goods. At the present
j time, forces are at work tending to
make the value of gold rise rather
than fall. High prices and high wages
are curtailing gold production, and
with diminished production there has
come also an increased industrial con
sumption of gold. At the present time
the arts and industries are consuming
more gold in the United States than
our gold mines are producing. If no
ether factor were at work, this would
mean in the long run a fall in prices."
Double Its' Beauty! "Q-Ban" Hair
Tonic Grows a Mass of Thick,
Lovely Hair, Kills
After the first aplication of "Q-Ban"
(pronounced Ku-Ban) Hair Tonic, it
changes your plain, dull, half dead,
flat hair to one of shimmering beauty.
Your hair soon becomes abundant,
soft, glossy and full of snap and life.
Q-Ban Hair Tonic dissolves the scales,
dandruff and film of gVease which
forms on the scalp and which soap
cannot remove, removes the dust, dirt
and excessive oil from your hair and
scalp. Your "hair then quickly becomes
a mass, so soft and lustrous and so
pleasant to handle. Let Q-Ba.n Hair
Tonic put more life, color and vigor
in your ham The bald spots soon fill
in writh new hair, so it grows long,
thick and beautiful. Druggists or by
mailr 50 cents. Address, Q-Ban, Mem
phis, Tenn: Adv. ,
SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE
(By Dr. M. O. Terry.)
To protect, save the annoyance,
avoid the danger and the awful mor
tality of the "flu," requires simply
just that attention that routine care
requires to keep yourself in a ' good
Iast year I -.sent "a letter to a dis
tinguished friend of mine, in fact, one
of the " most prominent men in Florida
Aslhe.is a humanitarian at heart he
quicjcly. published the same knowing
that I was' indifferent to such all announcement,-
as I had withdrawn from
active practice many . years ago. It
was in 1872 when I began practice in
Akron. ' I .was immediately initiated
into a general spread -of what was de
nominated ."epizootic." It was; as con
tagious then as it is now under the '
nose sprays were used- I am not pre
pared to say witK what efficacy. There
is in the span of my active practice a
line of facts well substantiated that
this is a germ diseases, as is the La
Grippe, epizootic or the flu, which may
be a difference in degree and not in
kind the same requirements for treat
ment being the same. As , a throat
specialist trained in Herman Knapp's
School of Opthalmology, Otology and !
Laryngology, the New York Eye and
Ear and the Manhattan, I have been
familiar 'with the methods of 'the
greatest schools on these line, so all
or the various sprays and .treatments
have been tested with questionable re
When I note the confessed results of
the treatment for re-visiting of the
' unwelcome flu, noting the awful raor
jtality, especially in pneumonia, it ap
pears io me mat any suggestion wnicn
involves no danger, prevents the
spread of the infection, should be con
sidered by newspapers, public offi
cers of authority, who have nothing to
recommend .but a handkerchief to the
nose, which handkerchief will contain'
millions . of the germs throw into the
atmosphere in the specks or Imt dis-
j seminated by every use of the hand
j kerchief- These germs are let loose
in all of their activity and virulence.
J After you have noted the great mor
, tality of the disease in question in-
stead of the ridiculous treatment ad
vised, try what was tested last season
on my recommendation expressed in
i the Florida papers and in California
My discovery of this treatment was
laei'iueniai. 11 iijiug an on siray
i years ago, I noticed that instead of
getting these influenza attacks imme
diately following the treatment, I had
ceased to be infected with them, which ! the mimn within twenty-four hours,
formerly carried me into a laryngitis, ' the Ptomain poison of which render
then bronchitis of a septic nature re- j uncounted numbers of people invalids
quiring many weeks to disappear. for a11 time' even If they survive the
Cresoline, inhalation of Eucalyptus ' invasion of this calamitous germ dis
vapor, and rock and rye now a thing jease- .
of the past were tried, the latter! The question may arise by scientific
quite fascinating. I am giving these Physicians as to " inhibition of germs
facts to show the utter rot of the or-
dinary recommendations and isolated
treatment as carried out from the for
um of official reference.
Hundreds of lives were saved in
Florida last year by the line of
treatment re-stated. It means that it
should be followed up sick or well with
the regularity of the use of a hygen.ic
tooth brush and to get rid of mouth
germs the tongue should always be
brushed with antiseptic solutions.
The failure of previous treat
ments suggested is due to the
fact that drugs not in oil solution used
as sprays" will not destroy the germs.
Oil inhibits the growth of them. That
is why if a medicated oil spray is
used systematically at least morning
and evening, more frequently under
marked exposure, so that the mucous
membrane has the ' spider netting of
oil, as it were, the germ will not gain
admittance into the circulation, thus
avoiding systemic infection. This
treatment cuts out the doctors, pre
vent nose colds and the extension of
the flu, which causes pneumonia
Go to any drug store and get two
ounces of liquid petroleum to which
add one dram of Eucalyptus oil
too irritating, double the oil or divide
the Eucalyptus. Use any oil spray
"BOTTLES J)N THE
SO IT HyV.F i ifr-
Did you ever tforikiof so like this
Fashionable society is' to a man relaxation, to" woman a profession in which success means
position, marriage, her heart's desire. To its glittering circle men bring wealth, women
beauty, for the great exchange. Ah, the heartaches and the Jiidden "tears that sear the sou!
behind' the smiling face in fashion's cold exchange "The Beauty Market."
T 1.. n.V Kir Knnoccitv
. Her Triumphant March to Wealth.
'night.-' ' fflWl
2Se " 5oe : rs
GM." .:. ' ."FATTY" ARBUCKLE IN. "BACK S.TAGE"
Ijnmm irtV As tast as a tk Kabbit In Front oi a I'rarie ure and as Hill or l.liuckles as a Selling
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Hil:-- -- ........ . 1
The best pocket one is No. 38, Wrhife-hall-Tatum,
of New York. ., Inhale the
spray fully in the nose and throat.
Finally it is 'my belief that in spite
of the questionable sneer of the doc-
j tor that the mortality in these cases
will be just about nil, and that ; tens
of thousands of lives : will be saved
in this country, - wrecked constitutions
saved from infirmities due to these
microscopical germs which multiply by
ln an 011 solution, m reply win state
that it has been proven that as the
breathing apparatus of the germ is on
the outside the germs are thus smoth
ered immediately by contact with oil.
TEACHERS ASK FOR
ARMY PAY , BASIS
Pittsburgh, Pa., Feb. 1 Thirttlen
male teachers in the public schools of
this city have made a proposition to
the board of education to be put on an
army basis for pay and subsistence.
These teachers served with distinction
in the world war and they ask the
school board to give them $33 a- month
!with board, clothes and lodging fur
nished. They claim they do not get
the equivalent of that now. As teachers
their pay ranges from $12 to $217 a
month. " v
T O NIGHT
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A SL'PEJt -TIIRI LLEIl
Two airplp.nes were racing throiielt 1 1 . - sky Hip firm
.was lowered from ono with a third phmo following
close to . "film'.' his leap onto tlie soc.nl j.l;ne jusi
then the" pieces . crashed in. an ;trcil-Mit. luinil over
and over and plunged to the ground :tKM fet helow.
NOTE The Airplane: Accident Is Absolutely Aiitlirntie
IXTEISXATIOXAL .NEWS, TOO
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