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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY SO, 1921
SAYS DEATH
IS UNREAL
PROVES THAT DEAD STILL LIVE
Remarkable evidence that there la
no death, there are'no dead, is offered
by Lloyd Kenyon Jones, Room 1233,'
638 S. Clark St.. Chicago, in his book
entitled "God's "World," in which he
shows how, through God'jf own law,
the spirit of those who have passed
through the portals of Death can and
do communicate with those on earth
i One should be cheered by the thought
that loved ones have not been trans
mitted into cold, unemotional, lndl
vidiralltles by death, for God's door is
always open between earth Ufa and
eternal life, where w'o all will be
unked forever. In his illustrated
booklet "Communication," he presents
his view of life, here and beyond the
grave, which will enable you to un
derstand "Cod's World" and show you
how to obtain happiness and a fuller
understanding of life here and in the
hereafter. Simply send s your name to
the author at the above address and
the book .will be cnt to you free of
itll charges. Adv.
Dr Miller has moved his dental of
lice to 202 zierican National Bank
Building.
SUNNYBROOK
FARM MONDAY
Edna Park Will Play Rebecca In Pleaa
Ing Drama.
JOHNSON ATTACKS
JAPANESE TREATY
California Senator Believes .Colby fs
Acting Hastily.
Commencing tomorrow evening, the
Trtna Park Players will offer to the pat
rons of the rastlme theatre the beautl-
ful rural drama "Sunnybrook Farm."!
Th trrrv in hv th author Of "ilr.
W'Ikrs of the Cabbage Patch.", and th
oritinal uroductlon toured the country
several yearn ego. making an exceptional
reputation as a box office winner at all
of the theatres where It played.
As Rebecca. Painty Edna Park will
portray a - role n which she received
much favorable comment from the press
of Miami, where the company repeated
the play with several extra performance
, In this play, several new faces 'will
be shown the patronn, as this piece calls
for the entire acting staff of the play
ers. The company has also augmented
their roHtre with local talent by engag
ing the services of a number of Pen
nacola chldren. New scenery has been
built and painted especially for "Sunny
broolt Farm." snd the theatre goer is
promised the features that go to make
the play a real Hroadway production.
The players will "give, in addition to
their recular Wednesday matinee, a spe
cial matinee of thin splendid play on
Tuesday, ami to give the school chil
dren ample time to attend, the curtain
will not rise until 3:13 o'clock. , Imme
diately after the Tuesday matinee Miss
Park and her players will entertain all
school children on the stage.
FLEETS SIMULATE
WAR CONDITIONS
ON BOARD THE V. S. FLAGSHIP
PENNSYLVANIA. Jan. .28. By Wire
leaa via Callao. Peru, to the A. P. The
American battle fleets separated this
evenina about midway between Callao
and Valparaiso, Chill, the Atlantic fleet
turning and steaming northward to Cal
lao, and the Pacific sauadron proceeding
to Valparaiso.
Both divisions are . expected to arrive
at their destinations on the morning of
Jan. 31. to remain until Feb. 0, .
Wartime conditions obtained yesterday
evening when 14 battleships? with. 18
destroyers, protecting them, proceeded
in battle formation without' lights whlla
a second squadron of 12 destroyers stag
ed an attack.
HEADLESS BODY
FOUND ON TRACK
AS1IEVILLK, N. C. Jah. 29. The
headless body of a mam, believed to
be named Cannon, has been found on
the railroad tracks of the Carolina,
ClinchfletJ & Ohio near Toecane,
Mitchell county.
(By Associated Press)
"WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. Open at
tack: on the proposed agreement be
tween Japan and the United States
as to the status of Japanese in this
country was made by Senator John
eon of California today in a statement
criticising what he eald was provided
for in the tentative plan worked out
here by Ambassdors Shldehara and
Morris.
The plan is now before the two gov
ernments, and has not been made pub
lic in Washington or Toklo. Senator
Johnson declared, however, on the
basis of statements "from authorita
tive sources" as to its provisions that
its result "would be a continuance of
Japanese immigration and inorease in
the Japanese population in the west."
Secretary Colby, who conferred dur
ing the day with President Wilson, re
fused to make "casual" answer to the
senator's statements. The Japanese
agreement, he said, had not been dis
cussed during the white house con
ference and he aidded that Senator
Johnson, whllo "undoubtedly sincere,"
was "proceeding from a number of
erroneous assumptions" n what he
had said.
Mr. Colby has Just finished reading
the draft agreement submitted by
Ambassador Morris. The two am
bassadors completed it during his re
cent visit to South America. Senator
Johnson safoi the plan would in effect
"abrogate and destroy" the ailed land
law recently voted by the people of
California. It would also, he said,
provide as- to Japanese exclusion for
another "so-called gentleman's agree
men which does not exclude."
Such a situation, the California
senator said, was "intolerable,", and
ho added:
"Consummation of such a plan will
be resisted."
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PENSACOLA
Receipts Spirits, 72; rosin, 319.
Shipments Spirits, 0; rosin, 625.
Stocks Spirits, 11,151; rosin, 64,521.
JACKSONVILLE
Turpentime Unchanged. Sales, 0 ;
receipts, 7'; shipments, 2; stock, 25,
998. Rosin Sales, 0; receipts, 721; ship
ments, 0; stock, 171,915.
Quotations Unchanged.
SAVANNAH
Turpentine Unchanged. Sales, 0;
receipts, 48; shipments, 476; stock,
14,587; offering, 197.
Rosin Sales, 0; receipts, 401; shipT
iments, 718; stock, 84,127; offering,
1.586.
Quotations Unchanged.
SELECTED ISSUES
MAKE ADVANCES
Otis, Equipments and Motors Register
Valuable Gains.
AMERICAN FLEET
REACHES CALLAO
(By Associated Press.)
CALLAO. Peru, Jan. 29. Several
Jeruvian warships sailed out of this
port today to Welcome the United
States fleet which Is on its way to
visit Callao. Several vessels filled
with sightseers have also sailed te
meet the fleet. The advance ' guard
of the United States warships arrived
here today, the squadron comprising
the transports Solace, Prometheus,
Bridge, Brazeos, Nfrreus nnd Jroteus.
The United States cruiser Columbia
arrived here last night with the chief
of staff of the Atlantic fleet who im
mediately got in touch with the min
ister of marine and confered with him
regarding the program of entertain
ment planned for the officers and
crews.
MACON MILLS TO
RUN FULL TIME
(By Associated Press)
MACON, Ga., Jan. 29. All of the
Macon yarn mills of the Bibb Manu
facturing company will start opera
tions on full time Monday, it was an
nounced here today. The mills have
been running from three to four days
a week for several months. About
6,000 workers are affected. '
85-YEAR-OLO SON
BURIES MOTHER
GREENVILLE, S. C, Jan. 29. An
83-year-old son . and a 70-year-old
daughter today made arrangements
for the burial of their mother, Jane
Murphy, a negro, whose age appears
on the official death certificate as 111
years. The woman died here this aft
ernoon after several years of shut-In
life. Three children survive her, sev
eral having died previously.
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Jan. 29. Movements
of selected Issues mainly upward,
comprised the only diverting features
of today's dull and uncertain stock
market. Oils, equipments, motors and
chemicals were most conspicuous at
gains of 1 to 4 points.
Investments rails failed to follow up
their spirited advance of the preced
ing session, easing on profit taking
and standard Industrial, including
United States Steel, were sluggish.
Individual features of strength em
braced Associated Oil, Mexican Petro
leum, Chicago Pneumatic Tool, Con
tinental Can, Pressed Steel Car, Gulf
States Steel, and United Fruit.
' There was further accumulation of
New Orleans, Texas and Mexico at a
substantial gain and Louisville and
Nashville, Texas and Pacific and Den
ver and Rio Grande preferred were
moderately strong. Sales amounted
to 275,000 shares.
French and Belgian rates of ex
change were active and materially
higher, their advance being attributed
to the reported agreement on the re
parations Germany will have to pay
to her former enemies. Dutch and
Spanish rates also rose, but sterling
bills were very unchanged. The clear
ing house report showed a decrease of
almost $63,000,000 in actual loans and
discounts, a decrease of about $13,600,
000 in reserves of members at the
federal reserve bank, a decrease of
slightly over $80,000,000 in net demand
deposits and a moderate loss of excess i
reserves.
The bond market was of the usual !
week end character, Liberty issues
easing with moderate strength on
rails. Total sales, par value, were
$6,475,000. Old U. S. bonds were un
changed on call for the week,
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HUNGRY
Cleanliness - - Quality
"Home of Good Service"
WATCH FOR OPENING
ANNOUNCING
OUR ENLARGED QUARTERS
DR. J. S. BAUGHMAN, DR. NANNY BAUGHMAN
Osteopathic Physicians. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat from the Osteopathic
Viewpoint. Catarrhal Deafness and Hay Fever a Specialty.
314 Blount BIdg. Res. Phone 1199. Hours 9-12; 1-5:30 p. m.
. Calls by Appointment. Office Phone 349.
COTTON OIL DULL
NEW YORK, Jan. 29. Cottonseed
oil was (dull with the undertone easy,
reflecting heaviness in hog products
and grain and for want of spot de
mand. Closing bids were 1 to7 points
net lower. Sales, 2,800 barrels. Prime
crude, 6.15 6.25: prime summer yel
low, spot, 8.25(5)9.00; March, 8.50;
May, 8.95, and July, 9.28, all bid.
1 F0RCHEIMEE3 BOSTON ' SHOE-' STORE I
SPECIAL SERVICES
AT ST. JOSEPH'S
Following the 10 o'clock masa this
morning at St. Joseph's Catholic
church on W. Government-st, a spe
cial service will be held for mothers
andi children, after which there will
be blessing of the infants. This eve
ning there will be a sermon on the
"True Church."
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BEGINNING
MONDAY
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Ladies
To Every Customer
17,
Shoes Jh
Beginning Monday morning we are going to give to every one buying a pair of ladies'
high top shoes, button or lace, an extra pair FREE.
It will not be necessary to have two pairs alike; you can make a second selection of the
same values and they cost you nothing.
We must have space for our new Spring arrivals and this is one way of making it, sell
a pair and give a pair away FREE.
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Prices Range From
HM up
WITH ONE PAIR FREE
NO STOCK RESERVED OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES' BUTTON AND LACE
SHOES RED CROSS AND OTHER BRANDS WHICH WE HAVE SOLD FOR THE
PAST 25 YEARS ALL INCLUDED IN THIS SALE. 4
FOMEIKE'S BOSTOM SHOE STORE

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