THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY
NING, APRIL 11, 1920
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I f) MICHAELS STEW
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lo be a Llacksmith whereas Mother
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WELL KNOWN ATTORNEY IS
CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE
OF COUNTY JUDGE AT JUNE
Robert P. Stout announces his can
didacy for County Judge tn the June
primary. He is well known In Pensa
cola and Escambia County, where he
has resided since he was a child. H5
is in this thirtieth year and has prac
ticed law since 1912. He volunteered
in the local company in the war and
since his discharge has resumed the
practice of law. He is popular with
old and young alike and is certain to
prove a strong factor in the race for
"California Syrup ni Figs
Child's Best Laxative
Des Moines, Iowa, April 10. Pro
posals for a reunion of the Methodist
Episcopal Church and the Methodist
Episcopal Church South will be con-
sidered at the quadrennial conference
of the former body which is to be held
here beginning May 1. Hundreds of
delegates from all parts of the United
States and many from foreign coun
tries, will attend this gathering of the
supreme law-making body of th
Methodist Episcopal Church which in-
j eludes not only the legislative but ju
dicial and administrative branches of
the church government.
Commissions from the conferences
of this organization as well as the
Methodist Episcopal Church South
have approved plans for the reunion
of these two great Methodist organ
izations and discussion of this pro
ject is expected to be' one of the chief
questions to be decided.
It is expected that as usual, some
of the delegates will ask the church
body to liberalize its attitude toward
dancing and other amusements.
Pronouncements will be znade on
educations, temperance, capital and
labor, morals, marriage and divorce,
child labor, evangelism, immigration,
evangelization and Christianization of
the foreign element, world-wide mis
sionary operations and kindred sub
jects. Selection of new bishops will be one
of the most important purposes of the
meeting. Their number will be deter
mined by the Committee on Episco
pacy. Usually from six to ten new
bishops are named. Being the highest
office in the church, the position is
much sought for. In addition, editors
of the various church publications and
other offices will be elected. Delega
tions will include both ministers and
laymen and- women will be admitted
as lay delegates.
Accent "California" Svrjin of Tics
only look for the name California on 'RE-CU-MA MAKES
me pacKage, men you are sure your
child is having the best and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
liver and bowels. Children love its
fruity taste. Full directions on each
bottle. You must say "California."
IS MEMBER OF ORGANIZATION
FOR PROMOTION OF SCIENCE IN
Gainesville, April 10. President A.
A. Murphree announced today the ap
pointment of the following chairmen
to represent the American Associa
tion for the Advancement of Science
and the Southern Education Society
in their districts: B. B. Lane, Monti
cello; J. H. Workman, Miami; W. N.
Henderson, Arcadia; J. M. Collier,
Pensacola; E. L. Robinson, Tampa;
S. A. Draper, Leesburg; "W. K. Saw
yer, Fort Myers; George M. Lynch, St.
Petersburg; W. B. Cate, Madison; W.
H. Cassels, Palatka; R. M. Evans,
Qulncy; R. W. Van Brunt, Dade City;
Chas. M. Jones, Lakeland; A. B. Con
nor, Bartow; M. P. Geiger, Fort Laud
erdale; W. E. Knibloe, St. Augustine;
L. E. Bennett, Ft. Pierce; H. G. Met
calf. Live Oak; J. F. Eastbam, Day
tona; W. T. Tiller, DeFuniak Springs;
Edward Conradi, Tallahassee; F. S
Wetzel, Jacksonville; Chas. S. Ferriss,
DeLand; James Brooks, Winter Park;
R. H. Alderman, Sutherland.
The American Association for the
Advancement of Science is one of the
most important scientific organiza
tions in the world. Its 12,000 members
include not only the leading scientific
workers of the country but also a
large number of progressive people of
all callings interested in the promotion
of science in both education and in
dustry. The Southern Education Society is
now the only South-wide organiza
tion devoted to the study of the prob
lems peculiar to the south and to this
end it is creating a number of com
missions made up of our best brains
to deal with our pressing questions.
The society was affiliated with the as
sociation at the recent session in St.
Louis to bring about effective cooper
ation of science and particularly the
use of scientific methods in business
as well as education.
Authority has been conferred by
both bodies on the chairmen to name
the initial members who will be mem
bers of both bodies and receive the
weekly journal "Science," the official
organ of the association, which is one
of the ablest and most readable of our
The southern states as a rule are
each naming- five hundred members
and it is expected that Florida will
not only be in the list but head it.
''No man,"' added President Murphree,
"can measure the results of having
five hundred of our constructive citi
zens in constant touch with the ad
vancing scientific thought of the world.
With this membership in this great
international organization Florida will
get a recognition she can get in no
NOTED SPEAKERS FOR
Hon. Hal W. Adams and Hon. T. L.
Watson will be present and speak be
fore the Woodmen of the World and
the Ladies of Woodmen Circle at W.
O. W. Hall at 7:30 o'clock next
Wednesday evening. The question of
the increase in Woodmen rates will
be taken np and Messrs. Watson and
Adams will discuss the matter in all
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M. L. Larkins, who is prominent in
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bors and friends that if you want to
feel as good as I do just get a bottle
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you take one bottle you will take an
other because it is so good until it
makes an old man feel like a new man.
I have taken two bottles and will take
more as it is good for the stomach and
it is also a fine blood purifier, really
the best medicine I have ever taken."
It can be secured at Hamilton Russel,
druggist, 212 S. Palafox St., or any
drug store. Adv.
Management of Ernst Doehringer
Best Picture Ever Shown at
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Also "INVISIBLE HAND"
BY POPULAR REQUEST
"The Syncopated Revue" will
be held over one week present
ing entirely new plays en
tirely different in every detail
from the plays presented last
MONDAY and TUESDAY
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not, but it's "All in Fun" and
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WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
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This play has a real plot
and a good one, but that does
not make it fall short on Spe
cialties. Also Mr. Gardner will
present his famous "All in the
Chorus" number, assisted by
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
"LOOK OUT BELOW"
A fitting farewell play for
these popular players. Special
numbers and special scenery.
Don't miss this capable com
pany. Our Regular Picture Program
in Addition to Above.
GENERAL WOOD WRITES LETTER
OF PRAISE TO LEADERS OF
"BOOKS FOR EVERYBODY"
to a time when books will be freely
accessible to every man, woman and
child in the country. Its purpose is to
open every avenue of self -education
through the printed page, thus mak
ing better citizens and fostering the
spirit of. American ideals, institutions
and traditions. To carry out the broad,
provisions of the program, a fund of
$2,000,000 is now being obtained, not
through anintensive drive, but by the
individual efforts of librarians, library
trustees and friends of libraries.
Hearty commendation of the "Books
for Everybody" movement of the
American Library Association is con
tained in a statement by Major Gen
eral Leonard Wood, United States
army. General Wood, who is on leave
of absence from official duties to con
duct his campaign for the Republican
nomination for the presidency of the
United States, declared that he is
heartily in sympathy with the enlarged
program of the A. L. A. and its broad
"During the war," said General
Wood, "I followed the work of the as
sociation closely, both at Camp Funs
ton and in the Central Department.
It performed invaluable service to our
men, both as means of recreation and
of education. I wish the association
the heartiest success."
The "Books for Everybody" move
ment is designed through libraries and
other agencies to bring to the 60,000,
000 persons in the United States now
inadequately served, library service
that will meet their needs and points
Funeral services for Miss Leonora
Faggioni were held from St. Michael's
church at 9 o'clock yesterday morning.
Burial was at St. Michael's cemetery.
' MRS. LOLA MONTREY DUDLEY.'
The funeral of Mrs. Lola Montrey
Dudley will be held at 3 o'clock Sun
day afternoon. Burial will in St. John's
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silken circlet that tumbled a guileless lover into:
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ATTENTION, W. O. W.
There will be a special meeting at the W. O. W. Hall Wed
nesday, April 14, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of hearing
discussions on the new rates. Hon. Hal W. Adams and Hon.
Y. L. Watson and other prominent speakers will be on hand.
All Woodmen are invited ; also ladies of the Woodmen Cir
cle. Come, and hear what will be said in regard to this
W. J. ROBERTS, C. C.
F. L. SEEGAR, Clerk.
Benefit Near East Relief
Under Auspices of Ladies of the Wood
man's Circle. Only Ladies holding- War
Camp Community Service or Knights of
Columbus Tickets will be admitted.
Gentlemen, 55c, including War Tax.
Jacques Futrelle' Tamous novel
WITH W YXD1IAM STAXDIXG AXD
:g; There's a Refined Comedy and Isis Sunday
tion in 7 Acts of the
Adventures, Hardships, Fortune and Glo
rious Romance of a Mischcvious Tomboy.
A Photoplay that tells
our Young People
what their Parents
ought to teach them,
but seldom do.
Clarie Adams and
Children Under ii
, Xot Admitted
HOOT GIBSON in "HELD UP FOR THE MAKINGS"
"ELMO THE FEARLESS" in "THE LIFE LINE"
GAIL HENRY in "SWEET COOKIE" (Comedy)
In a Powerful Drama of Domestic Life
"HIS WIFE'S FRIEND"
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Games Called Admission
3 p. m. Adults 75c
Children Under 15 15c
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