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THE ?ENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 16, 1920
THREE The Leader 218 S. Palafox CUT PRICE SALE STARTS j SATURDAY P Entire Stock' at a Saving of Third. WHY PAY MORE? : MEN'S AND , lYOUNG MEN'S SUITS $9.50 $14.50 $19.50 $24.50 , tH ' . MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Values to 85.00 $32.50 $42.50 $52.50 $62.50 ' MEN'S OXFORDS Values to $12.50 at $9.40 SHIRTS " HATS ft UNDERWEAR at e i mm OFF J Leader 218 S. Palafox Omie On Toe PENSACOLA KNIGHTS WILL PLAY MOBILE Baseball fans will be treated to a fast game of ball at Maxent Park Sunday afternoon when the K. of C. 1 club of Mobile will cross bats with the Pensacola club. Mobile is going to bring one of the strongest clubs that is to be found in their city and has confidence that It will return home with the victory, and in all probability they will bring with them Finnegan to do their hurling as he Is the best to be had there. On the other hand local baseball fans know Pensacola has one of the fast est clubs in this section. In addition to Walker "Koter" Bonifay and Zach Baisden they have been very fortunate in securing the services of Eddie Burmeister who the fans of Pensacola remember as one of the best twirlers that has ever been seen in action in this section, and with this staff of pitchers it will take a strong club to defeat them. The bal ance of the club will number such players as "Sticks' Villar, MacMurray at second, Merritt at short, Wentworth at first, Moseley at third, Harry Scarrltt, Lars Sanchez Arthur Weber, Gerald Oliver, complete what Is sup posed to be the best ball team in this section. . The game will etart promptly at 3:30 o'clock. - FULGHUM STARRING IN U. OF A. GAMES 'Dot" Fulghum, the star first base man of last year's Twilight League, Is sure going great at the University of Alabama, where he is playing the outfield. Press reports from the scenes of the university games so far this season contain glowing reports of the way Dot" Is handling himself and pelting the old horsehidc In a game Tuesday against the University of Michigan, one of the best teams of the Big Nine university1 string, he slammed out two three baggers and made two of the scores in a 4-3 game enabling Alabama to win. "Dot's" many local admirers are anxious to have the school season end so that he can be seen in action on the local lots once more. . . . SEWANEE MAKES IT TWO FROM PENSACOLA Sewanee Military Academy defeated Pensacola High School 7 to 2 yesterday afternoon in a game which up. to the seventh inning was interesting and Closely contested. A bunch of errors in the erstwhile lucky frame gave the vis itors 3 runs and a repeat order In the next duplicated the trio. Reese pitched excellent ball, although he had moments of . wildness. With a fair amount of defense behind him, how ever, he might have won his game. He let Sewanee down with three hits, all singles. Crcary, who relieved Reese in the seventh was no more fortunate. For Sewanee Rogers pitched a good game but retired in the sixth in favor of H. Sorrells who fanned b!x of the nine men to face h!m. Fulmer's pingle scored two Sewanee men. Creary and Wilson each made a brace of singles for Pen sacola. The score by innings: K M t- Pensacola .. 000 101 000 2 7 9 Sewanee 100 000 33x 7 3 5 Batteries: Reese, Creary and Farrior; Rogers, H. Sorrells and llazlip. . YESTERDAY'S RESULTS X Southern. At Mobile 8; New Orleans 2. At Chattanooga 0;' Atlanta 5. At Birmingham 6; Nashville 13. At Little Rock-Memphis, (rain.) National. At Cincinnati 4; Chicago 3. At St. Louis 3; Pittsburgh 2. At Brooklyn 7; Philadelphia 8. At New York 0; Boston 1. American. At Boston 7; Washington 6. At Philadelphia 1: New York 4. At Cleveland-St. Louis, (rain.) At Chicago-Detroit, (wet grounds.) STANDING. Southern. W L 0 0 0 0 1 2 Pet. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .500 .000 .000 Pet. 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 Mobile 2 Atlanta 2 Nashville 2 Little Rock 1 Memphis 0 Chattanooga 0 Birmingham 0 New Orleans 0 National. W Cincinnati 2 Boston 2 Brooklyn 1 Pittsburgh 1 St. Louis 1 Philadelphia 1 Chicago 0 New York 0 American. W Cleveland 1 Chicago 1 Boston 1 Philadelphia 1 New York 1 St. Louis 0 Detroit 0 Washington 0 L 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 L 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 GAMES TODAY. Southern League. New Qrleans at Mobile. Memphis at Little Rock. Atlanta at Chattanooga. Nashville at Birmingham. National League. Boston at New York. Chicago at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at St. Louis. American League. New York at Philadelphia. Washington at Boston. Detroit at Chicago. St. Louis at Cleveland. SHOES WEAR LONGER. When yoa walk ia comfort ; so do Blocking. A package of Allen's Foot Esse, the antiseptic powder to shake into the shoes and spriekle in tite foot-bath, gives yon that "old shoe." comfort and saTea wear. Allen's Foot Rasa makes tight or new shoes feel easr. Indies can wear saoes one size smaller by shaking lama Allen's Foot F ass in caca alios ta Uis msnuag. Sold ?erywbero HENRY WENTWORTH'S .... LEG FOUND BROKEN AnX-Ray examination made at the Pensacola hospital shows that Henry Wentworth, star first-sacker with sev eral local teams last year, sustained a fractured leg In the game with the K. of C against Palmer college Tues day. It will be at least two months before- Wentworth is able to be out. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY MEETING POSTPONED Because of the railroad strike the annual convention of the Mississippi Valley Association has been indefinitely postponed, it was announced at the chamber of commerce yesterday. Lee MacDonnell was to have represeated Pensacola at the convention. nils APRIL Seventeenth and Nineteenth 19 WATSON, PARKER and REESE ITALIANS INHERIT DIFFICULTIES FROM WAR Trieste, April 15. Italian military authorities here say they have inherit ed from the war a lot of difficulties and problems in controlling the Slav population In Istria and the region surrounding Gorizia. This territory constitutes part of the Adriatic ques tion Which Still remains unsettled hv the Supreme Council. It passed under Italian control by the establishment of the armistice line at the end of the war. In this territory there are more than 400.000 Slovenes who resent the sur veillance of the Italian military po lice. Revolting Slav elements fired witr socialism, communism and Bol shevism, intermittently attack the Italian military patrols and ran. biheers of the army of occupation. in tnese districts there have been . 2T k IE. . V liUWW- J' if IF IT 'iTTiTiTTlrii JT 1 n i A" Va.SXM ttn II krJ Slis A n n un ein g The Formal 2 0 Millinery within a year 20 assassinations and ,1,000 arrests. Attempts have been made to set-up a communistic regime at Dignano where large stores of am munition which belonged to the old Austrian army had been collected and hidden beneath a building used as headquarters of a workmen's commit tee. The plot was discovered by the Italian police who raided the head quarters and arrested130 Slavs. Dur ing the fighting with the Communists the building was wrecked by bombs. Bolshevik outbreaks alleged to have been organized by Slav workmen have taken place at Pola. and a large Italian garrison is maintained at this former ly Austrian port. EVERLASTING FABRICS CO. Pensacola's Representative Store 4 Opening and Exhibit of Our De PART "TrO ALL is extended a most cordial vitation to inspect our beautiful exhibit of Fashion's Newest Millinery Crea tions, which pays eloquent tribute to the charms and graces of womanhood. Each an devery hat forms part of this entirely new de partment of our store. Could there be any better ex pression of their being distinctly only the most recent adaptations? Hats of rare style and loveliness reflect in every model, the influence and workmanship of the cleverest American designers. And then too, prices are so moderate at Pensacola's Newest Millinery Department. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Second Floor Annex (Brent Building) Elevator Entrance thru Erent or Blount Buildings or our Rcady-to-Wear Section. MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE HAS REGULAR SESSION The membership committee of the Chamber of Commerce met last night for its regular nightly session. The committee will meet every night to go over ratings until after the mem bership drive is put over. Plans- for the campaign are being prepared to lay before the board of directors, to gether with the ratings at the next meeting. A. E. Rice Piano Polisher 1021 9th Ave. , Phone 558 1 MENT Rheumatism" Is completely -washcS icnt of the -system b$ the celebrate? Shrrar Mineral Water. Po ttivrly guaranteed fay money back ffofi Tastes fun; costs a rtriTre. Delivered any here by oar Pmnmnilw. Agents Wi -Ftat A Craoery Ca. Pfcisa than. L. E. NOBLES & CO. Agenia Hart Schaffner & Marx and Kirschbaum Suits LOANS ON HOMES Also Liberty Bonds. State, County and City Bonds. Pensacola Home & Savings Association 10 So. Palafox St. Phone 292 V4 Bern in CO. ' m IIP HE!