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THE PENSACCiA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1921.' T HALF PRICE SALE TO STIMULATE BOYS' CLOTHES BUYING One-Half Price BOYS' SUITS BOYS' O'COATS BOYS' MACKINAW'S BOYS' ULSTERS BOYS' BATH ROBES BOYS' SWEATERS One-Half Price Absolutely the regular Block of this store. The correct styles, distinctive patterns, reliable merchandise. It will pay the laotbf B to take advantage of thin Half Price Sale and save 60c on tho dollar te aeAial spendable money. THE JOHN WHITE STORE P. O. lMock. Phones 225-226 CONWELL LECTURES! AT GARDEN MONDAY i ! "Acri'M of Diumor.iV will be given Monday night ut the Oardcn theatre y lu iiuthor, Kussell II. Conwell, and u :vw privilege Is being offered Pen :i col Jans to hear tho man termed the world greatest l.otuier. Rarely Is a e:ty of thin size Riven such an oppor tunity. "Acre ut Diamonds" lias been given foin the lictiiio platform more than t.. i. .ii.H. and the proceeds from tt." box office aionq ha amounted to rioro than $3,000,000. The lecture has . i--ii Riven, In every language in the c'vlllzfd "'xro id "and wherever a people v. I I urgf the groat educator, teachei i.; d preacher to come to them. Or. Cumvo'l I founder of Temple 1"tversity. of Po -n.M.vlvanla. a school! dedicated to the poor boy and poor' r. . i ' no cannot oiiora 10 complete their higher education In the ordinary mil, erslty. He la alwo pastor of Grace nt!t church at Philadelphia, and is f-ni dor of two hospitals dedicated to the reed.i of every class. The entire. proceed from the energies of the work f ):. Conwell goes into the school or hospital funds. His simple daily ne cessities art taken care of by a com mittee and his entire time Is devoted to hla work. The following appreciation of Dr. Conwell was written by John Wana maker and Is used as a preface to the printed' edition of "Acres of Dia monds:" Though Russell II. Conwell's 'Acres of Diamonds" have been spread all over the I'nlted States, tlmo and care have made them all the more valuable, nrd now they have been reset in b'acli and white by their discoverer, they are to be laid In the hands of a multitude for the!.- enrichment. "In the samp case with these gems tree Ix u fancinating story of the Master Jeweler' life-work which rplendidly illustrates the ultimate unit of power by, showing what one man ran 1o In o.ie d;tv and what one life is worth to the world. "As his neighbor and intimate friend In Philadelphia for thirty years, I am free to ay that Russell! II. Conwell' tall, manly figure stands odt in the state of Pennsylvania as its first citizen and 'The Dig Brother' f its seven millions people. "from the beginning of his career ho has been n credible witness in the Court of Public Works to the truth of the strong language of the New Tes tament Parable wherj it says 'tt ye FORD TAXI CO. PHONE 221 W Co Anywhere Dy or Night. , rORO CARS, $2.00 PER HOUR 1 City Trips, C5c. Navy Yard Trips. $2.00. Country Trips at Reatonabta Rates. At L. A N. Dapot. Pensacola, Fla. have a faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall aay unto this mountain, 'Remove hence to yonder place,' and it shall remove and nothing shall be impossible unto you.'. "Ah a student, schoolmaster, law yer,' preacher, organizer, thinker and writer. lecturer. educator, diplomat and leader of men, he has made his mark on his city and state and the times in which he has lived. A man dies, but hi good work lives. "Ills ideas, ideals and enthusiasms haVe inspired tens of thousands of lives." IT'S GOOD FOR CHILDREN. ' Mrs. C. K. Schwab, 1007 14th St., Canton, Ohio, writes: "We use Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and find it one of the best remedies on the market, especially good fr children's coughs, as it does not contain any drug that is harmful." Serious sickness often follows lingering colds. Hard coughing racks a. child's body and disturbs strength-giving sleep, and the poisons weaken the system so that disease cannot be warded off. Take Foley's in time.-Sold everywhere. JAMES WHITE VISITS EASTERN MARKETS James A. White of the John White store, left last night for New Tork and other eastern markets in the interest of his store. Mr. White will make a personal study of market conditions, for the present and future deliveries While in the east and will select a complete stock of men's furnishings and spring merchandise before his return. CUSACKS ADDED TO SHERIFF'S FORCE Thomas F. Cusacks. .for many years a deputy sheriff, was added to the forces of A. Cary Kills yesterday. Mr. Cu sacks will be in charge of court pa pers Rnd work and represent the sheriff during the session of the court of record and circuit court. Mr. Cusacks was a deputy under sev eral different sheriffs during his resi dence In this city and is well known to all classes of people. He will be welcomed to that section of the city by "The Sergeant," who is also president of the Hole-ln-the-Wall. Mr. Cusacks and The Sergeant were deputies together for several . years. b a n n K n n :: ij in: ti ;: u :i a a tl NAVAL STORES tt n tttxttttnnunuuttsxttutxuti JACKSONVILLE JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 24 Turpen tine Unchanged; receipts, 116; ship ments, 102; stock, 25,909. Rosin Unchanged; sales, 0; re ceipts,, 689; shipments, 177; stocks, 169.727'. Quote WW to B, 11.30. W. W. WHEELER Accountant, Sytttmatlier, Tax Counsellor. Income Ta Returns Prepared 'Accounts Examined and Audited. 100 Thiesen Bldg. The Parlor Market "Home of All That's Pure"""" FRESH WESTERN MEATS ! Poultry, Eg4 and Green Groceries PAUL CRANK Wood Contractor, Any Length, Any Amount. r, O. D. Mollno, Fla. Land Clearing and Development of Farms. Consultation Solicited. Rat. 1305 Nt 15th Ave. Phono 137S. Ptntaeola, Fla. ship- PENSACOLA Turpentine Receipts, 57; ments. 0; stock, 11,072. Rosin Receipts, 306; shipments, 0; stock, 54,062. . SAVANNAH Turpentine Unchanged; sales, 0; receipt, 1; shipments, 22; stock, 15, 083; offering, 197. Rosin Sales, 0: receipts, 7: ship ments, 205; stoek, 83,809; offering, 1.586. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED STILES-STEVENSON AUTO . SERVICE CO. First Class Automobile Repairing. 136 E. JNTENDENCIA ST. Office Supplies Filing; Cabinets Desks Chairs Transfer Files Ererything for the Office Mayes Printing Company "The Quality Printers" 20-22 W. Government St. . Phone 181. Trees are often split by extreme cold, but if healthy they are seldom permanently Injured by the "cracks. Makes a Family Supply of Cough Remedy Kn better than ready-made couch yni, and tm bnt 93. taally ud quickly prepared. . If you combined the curative proper ties of every known "ready-made cough remedy, you probably. could not get as much real curative power a there is in this simple home-made eouh syrup, which is easily prepared in a few minutes. Get from any druggist 2VS ounces of Pinex, pour it into a pint bottle and fill the bottle with syrup, using either plain granulated sugar syrup, clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, as de sired. The result is a full pint of really better cough syrup than you could buy ready-made for three times the money. Tastes pleasant and never spoil. This Pinex and Syrup preparation gets right at the cause of a cough and gives almost immediate relief. It loosens the phlegm, stops the nasty throat tickle and heals the sore, irritated membranes so gentlv and easily that it is really astonishing. A day's use will usually overcome the ordinary cough and for bronchitis, croup, hoarseness and bronchial asthma, there is nothing better. Finer is a most valuable concentrated compound of genuine Norway pine ex tract, and has been used for generations to break up severe coughs. To avoid disappointment, ask your druggist for "2Vs ounces of Pinex" with full directions, and don't accept any thing else, tjuaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or monev promptlv re funded. The rinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. MEMORIAL SESSION IN COURT OF RECORD Committee Appointed to Draft Suitable Resolutions on Death of Judge Avery. County Solicitor William Fisher. John Clay Smith and County Judge Henry Bellinger were appointed as a commit tee by Judge C. Moreno Jones, of the court of record, to draft suitable resolu tions on the death ofl Judge John C. Avery, who died here recently. The committee will report back to the court of record at this morning's session. The committee to draft the resolu tions was appointed by Judge Jones upon a motion by Solicitor Fisher.. The court spoke of the death of the late Judge, who was president of the Pen sacola Bar association, and the oldest practicing attorney in the city, and fol lowing the short talk the motion was introduced by the solicitor. The session of the court of record was adjourned following the appointment of the com mittee out of respect to the memory of the late Judge." During the morning, cases were set for trial during this term of court and a few minor cases were disposed of by Judge Jones. Among' the cases heard was that against Louis Catholic, lujgro, who was charged with gambling. . Owing to his past reputation the judge fined him costs of court and suspended sen tence on condition that he leave the state. . .Junius McReynolds. negro, on a charge of gambling, -and F. A. Thomas, larceny charge, were allowed freedom on costs of court. Ben Philip, who has been held in jail for several weeks on a charge of larceny, was given a sentence .im.a tho flat a nf 1 nrarcerat iori and al lowed freedom. S. G. - Chandler, on a charge of being a vagrant, was released on condition that he leave the state at once. CIVILIAN ATTACKS ARE CONTINUED (By Associated Press) - DUBLli", Jan. 24. Civilian attacks on the police and military in various section of the country continued Sun day. Early today there was a simul- taneousattack by 100 civilians on tne rolic and military barracks, which adjoin each other, in the center of the town of Bandon, County Cork. There was severe flerhtinsr for nearly an hour, which resulted in the attacking party being beaten off. The crown forces suffered no casualties, but one civilian is known to have been killed. There was a fierce battle Sunday when a large body of armed men attacked the Glebower police barracks near Clonmel. The civilians were beaten off. No casualties were reported as a result of the fighting. One civilian was killed and one wounded when an attack was made linon a. amall hodv of Dolice near Kells. County Meath. The attacking party finally withdrew alter having captured a motor car and arms. BEAUTY SPECIALIST TELLS SECRET A Beauty Specialist Gives Home-Made Recipe to Darken Gray Hair. Mrs. M. D. Gillespie, a well-known beauty specialist of Kansas City, re cently gave out the following state ment regarding gray hair: "Anyone can prepare a simple mix ture at home that will darken gray hair, and make it soft and glossy. To a half-pint of water add -I ounce of bay rum, a small box of Barbo Com pound and 1-4 ounce of glycerine. These ingredients can be purchased at any drug store at very little cost. Vpply to the hair twice a week until the desired shade is obtained. This will make a gray-haired person look twenty, years younger. It does not color the scalp, is not sticky or greasy and does not rub off." Adv. HARDING ARRIVES AT ROCKLEDGE (By Associated Press) ROCKLEDGE, Fla., Jan. 24. President-elect Harding reached here this afternoon in his houseboat cruise down the 'Florida coast and spent the night as the guest of Mrs. Harding's brother, Clifford Kling, who is a win ter resident of Rockledge. The houseboat Victoria took her time during the day's- sailing down the sleepy, semi-tropical reaches of the Indian river and did not arrive here until after 4 p. m. Mr. Harding and his companions on the cruise played a round of golf, how ever, before dinner. Leaving here tomorrow morning, the Victoria probably will reach Vero, her next station, before nightfall. So far the party has done no fishing and that part of th vacation program may be postponed entirely until the houseboat leaves Miami next week on her way back to St. Augustine. It also is possible that the president elect will :t spend several days on the fishing grounds about Miami. LOCAL NOTICE TO'MARINERS: - Louisiana Mississippi River Pass es Southwest Pass The following buoys relighted or replaced January 17th; having been found either extin guished or out of position: Southwest Pass Channel Gas Buoy, 1. Southwest Pass Channel Gas Buoy, 5. Southwest Pass Channel Gas Buoy, 9. Southwest Pass Channel Gas Buoy, 13. Southwest Pass Bell Buoy. 1. C. & G. S. Charts Nos. 194, 1113, 1116. Light List. Atlantic coast. 1920, p. 35S. Nos. 2075 to 207S. Buoy List. 8th District, 192 pp. 35, 37. Coast Pilot. Section E, 1916, pp. 105. 106. By order of the Commissioner of Lighthouses. E. S. LANPHIER. Superintendent of Lighthouses. JOURNAL CARRIERS MAKE HIGH GRADES That boys who are working to pay a part or all of their expenses 'wbe in school make as good grades as any of their schoolmates, and better than th.e majority, is shown In the reports of Wesley Boyett and Edward Pres ton. Both boys carry routes for The Morning Journal and report to The Journal office daily before daybreak. They both attend Lockey school and are under Miss Clark. "Wesley lives near Remich store and carries a route in that section of the city. He -arrives at The Journal of fice every morning shortly after 4 o'clock for papers for every home on his route, which means that he takes a paper from the office for practically every home in that section of the city. Only one complaint from a sub scriber who did not get his paper was turned in to the office for four months. Edward has a route closer to tho downtown section of the city and he does not leave the office quite so early. 11 lives on West Chase, Only very rarely does a subscriber turn in a kick on account of not receiving a paper. Both boys were exempt from any examinations at the school except for the examination in writing, which is compulsory for every student in the school.. SEMMES ASKS FOR ALLEGED DAMAGES Asks City for Payment of Damages Caused from Water Flooding Coal Offices. CITY TO INSTALL BIG GASOLINE TANK The city of Pensacola will install a big 500-gallon oil tank in front of the truck heuse as a supply base for all motor vehicles in service in the city, according to action taken yesterday af ternoon by the city commissioners. The tank purchase was recommended to the commissioners by Comptroller Harvey Baylis. " With the purchase of the big tank, gasoline may be purchased by the city at a saving of two cents per gallon on account of wholesale quantities being purchased at one time. The gasoline may be secured from the tank at any time when needed instead of the driver cf the car waiting for a formal 'order, Vs Is the custom at present. TWO GUARDSMEN ARE ARRAIGNED ON TRIAL (By Associated Press) HAMILTON, Ala., Jan. 24. Robert L. Lancaster and Glenn R. Stephens of Tuscaloosa, two of the nine mem bers of the Alabama national guard indicted for the lynching of William Baird at Jasper on Jan. 13, were-arraigned here this afternoon and the trial of Lancaster was set for Jan. 31, and that of Stephens for Feb. 2. The remaining seven men under in dictment will be arraigned when the special term of court Is convened for the trial.0 Demurrers filed by Special Prosecu tor Horace Wilkinson to a plea of abatement filed by counsel for the de fense were overruled in all except two paragraphs, which will be argued be fore the jury when the trial begins. The nine defendants were placed in the Marion county Jail here and two members of the state law enforcement department assigned as special guards. RETAIL MERCHANTS MEET TOMORROW The Retail Merchants' association will hold Its regular meeting at the Chamber of Commerce rooms Wednes day afteroon at 4 o'clock. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DIRECTORS TO MEET The regular meeting of the board of directors of the Chamber of Com merce will be held this afternoon' at 3 o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce rooms. FREE MATIN.EE FOR ' CHILDREN SATURDAY A free matinee will be held for chil dren and manvadults wishing to attend at the Isis theatre "Saturday morning, beginning at 10 o'clock.An attractive program has been especially prepared for the screen. Mary Pickford will be shown in one of her best productions. No admission will be charged but after the performance a free will offering will be taken for the Near East relief fund. During last year 27.871 deaths oc curred to veterans of the Civil war. PASTIME TONIGHT DAINTY LITTLE Edna Park AND HER PLAYERS Presents Pair and Warmer A Laugh a Minute 22 Presenting a letter to the city com missioners, O.- J. Semmes asked the commissioners for reimbursement for damages from the flood water to prop erty belonging to a coal company Which he represents ' on Tarragona and Jack son. Mr. Semmes asked for recompense for the alleged damages at a previous meeting of the city commissioners and the matter was referred to Commission er Hinrichs. Mr. Hinrichs investigated the complaint and discussed, the com plaint with the commissioners. No ac tion was taken. ' In the complaint yesterday Mr. Semmes stated that he would be willing to settle his claim for damages at one half of estimated i damage to the prop erty alone and would not consider loss of his personal time nor worry and anxiety to himself. The letter stated that he was willing to base damages on the actual loss to the company, which was estimated at $420. Mr. Semmes . claims damages from the city on account of a volume of wa ter following a natural drain and flood ing the offices of the coal company. These offices were built there a few years ago and' water has been follow ing the natural drain for a. number of years. The letter was referred to Com missioner Hinrichs, who will investigate the claim. ' Officer E. H. Brewton, mounted: po liceman, was granted an Indefinite leave of absence upon request at yes terday's meeting. , The request ;was sanctioned by Police Commissioner Pou. TODAY AGAIN Pi Z.U The Soul of Purity dragged in the mire of a mother's cynicism Mat. 17c-28c Night 28c-55c NORMA TALMADGE 'THE BRANDED WOMAN" From out of the past there came her mother's ain, to mock the right to love to take what God had given to snatch aside the veil that hid the Brand. FEATURETTES SUNSHINE COMEDY OFFERING "HIS NOISY STILL" ISIS LIVE WIRE WEEKLY TOPICS PATHE HAND COLORED REVIEW 1 ISIS DE LUXE ORCHESTRA Tomorrow Florence Vidor In "The Jack knife Man" NEGRO FINED FOR CARRYING PISTOL Sam Watts, negro, was fined $75 and costs , in the police court yesterday morning and Henry Watts, ' a brother, is yet to face Judge MoreyfV following an alleged fracas enacted , when the-two men are said to have waited upon Nel son Field with malicious intent. Sam was fined for having a 45 calibre auto matic in his possession and Henry was found with a razor in one pocket When he was searched by the officers. The fracas was staged as an after math of the night before when a fight was enacted between some friends' of the Watts and Fields, according to word received by the officers when they ar rived. The Watt brothers decided to complete the job and went in search of Fields. Instead of finding Fields they found Captain Harper and Officer Bowman of the police department and during the night, as guests of the city jail, forgot their Irritability. . AGREEMENT TERMS ARE MADE PUBLIC (By Associated Press) LONDON, Jan. 24. The terms of the British - Russian preliminary agreement, which Leonard Krassln, the soviet representative, has taken to Moscow for consideration officially, have been made public. The most important terms follow: Ilach party agrees to refrain from hostile action or propaganda outside its borders against the other's insti tutions. The soviet particularly agrees to' refrain from any encour agement of Asiatic peoples to action against British Interests, especially In Asia Minor, Persia and Afghanistan and India. British subjects in Russia and Rus sians in Great Britain will be permit ted to return to their homes if they so desire. Each agrees not to impose any form of , blockade against the other or any discriminations against trade not imposed on other foreign countries. The 1 agreement provides for the clearance of mines from the Baltic sea and the approaches to Rus sia, and the exchanging of informa tion relative to position of mines. HAS BEEN FORMED Organization Has Lucrative Business Smuagling Stowaways Covers U. S. and Foreign Ports. Coming Thura.-Frl. FATTY ARBUCKLE In "THE ROUNDUP" Open TTin A V I'r'res -11 a. m. JUA ,ne.i7e WM. S. HART in "SAND" Of the Western Type You'll Like SILK HAT HARRY COMEDY CARTOON Tomorrow EDDIE POLO In "KING of the CIRCUS" ,i7 Once You Eat With Us Always ANGELO'S LUNCH 106 So. Palafox Steamer City of Tampa , of Milton Will resume Its regular run Wednesday, Jan. 19, and will make regular trips Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, thereafter; landing at the Tarpon Dock. Freight will be received at the Tarpon Dock from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. on tailing days. . . " . -v ... R. P. BROXTON, Master. GILFILLAN SCOTT Trains Concert Pianists, Teachers and Reginners. WEEKLY LESSON ONE POLLAIt. At Pupil's Residence or at Studio. THE .PIANO SHOP 27 WEST GARDEN PHONE 791. Office 13 N. Palafox, Next Door to San Carlos Hotel. Phone 618. We specialize in Crating, Shipping and Storing Furniture. Also operate a first class Fire and Rat-Proof Storage Warehouse. ... lie NEW TORK. Jan. 24. Smuggling f stowaways and members, of ships' crews Into this country is becoming so pre valent that an organization has been formed which draws lucrative fees from those wishing to escape, it was declared today by Commissioner of Immigration Wallls at Ellis Island. Ramifications of the organization which charges $50 to place each etow away on ships leaving Europe extend lyst only throughout shipping center abroad but also to steamship officials, long shoremen and others in this country, ac cording to Commissioner Wallis. The principal methods employed. it Was said, include obtaining Jobs for a cer tain number, on steamships and these in turn hide others in holds of ships. On arrival in this country he "crew" mem bers lend their passes to the stowaways who thus escape examination by immi gration authorities. Through collision with longshoremen Ae passes are re turned to their original holders. Within the last two months, said Mr. Wallls, 2,000 undesirables have entered the country in this way. ! T. T. WENTWORTH, JR. YALE BICYCLES Phone 163. Corner Belmont and Davis Streets. RAILROAD CHAIRMAN VISITS WASHINGTON (By George H. Manning.) WASHINGTON. Jan. 24. R. Hudson Burr, chairman of the Florida railroad commission, has been In Washington several days on business matters of in terest to the state. He appeared, with the railroad commissioners of several other states, before the house commit tee on interstate and foreign commerce in behalf of an amendment to the rail way valuation law that will make it un necessary for the Interstate Commerce Commission to revalue the. railroad rights of way- With other tnemters of the National Association of Railway Commissioners here, he held a conference with the In terstate Commerce Commission as pro-: vided under the Eseh-Cummins law, which calls for cooperation between the I. C. C. and the state commissioners. T. E. Williams" GREAT REMOVAL ' . SALE Many of our customers attending our great ; Removal Sale express to us their great satisfaction, not -only -for the low prices which we offer our goods, but also the excellent quality of goods. " We would rather take a loss on our entire stock than to have the big o.vense of moving to our new location at 19 West Garden. Buy This Week Sure This Sale Closes Monday Night T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. Furniture Terms if Desired. Buy the Williams Way. 90 E. WRIGHT.