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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1921. MKMWkuTmui if a No" Said the Firm Young Lady j will never tie myself down to one man." "All right." replied the anxious suitor 'perhaps if I organize a syndicate you will consider our offer." Ve know folks of the Kama kind who don't like placing all their trade at one ,tre they buzz around to different place nipping honey from the sweetest flower. ! tlOOD ipka: We never did expect ft man to purchase If any other Ktore had a smarter or more becoming fashion but we do like tha compliment of having you dp In even If It Isn't for keeps. No urging no hart feelings no curtnes. Try It some time Our doors swing both ways without Klammlng. HOTEL DIRECTORY IS TOBE ISSUED Will Bo Ready For tha Tourist Sea son of 1921-22 Fight On "Advertouriet". ! VILLAR ANNOUNCES FOR COMMISSIONER Will Run in City Primary for Member , of City Government. Jtfbhri iraeSloxe COCK 1J )f NSACOLA Distinctly Different You will agree to this when you see the high quality of laundry work that comes from the Star Laundry You Must Be Pleased. J ALTERATIONS On ladies' and Men's Garments Done by An Expert. LONDON WOOLEN MILLS The Parlor Market Home of All That's Pure" FRESH WESTERN MEATS Poultry. EflO and Green Groceries SATISFACTION GUARANTEED STILES-STEVENSON AUTO SERVICE CO. First Class Automobile Repairing. 130 E. ITEM)ENCI. ST. Take livsneosla Tablet f "erore M nnd After m ' B a L i H 9K L i .M . m m LV THE CRYSTAL PHARMACY CENTRAL PHARMACY Norrti Exquisite Candles. Ret Hot Choeolate In the City. Ihones 1778. FORD TAXI' CO. PHONE 224 We Oo Anywhere Day or Nloht. . t rORO CARS, $2.00 PER HOUR City Trips, 25c. Navy Yard Trips, $2.00. Country Trips at Reasonable Rates. 'At L. A N. Depot Pensacola, Fla. T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. Publication of a Florida hotel direc tory to be Issued and distributed before the opening of the tourist season of 1921-22 Is the latest announcement of the Florida State Hotel association, and Secretary J. Harvey Witney will In a few days mail blanks to all mem bers of. the association, in order that they may give the required data rela tive to their hotels and the attractions of their respective resort?. It is proposed to make this ;i most comprehensive descriptive book, and in addition to information of hotels, the publication win contain matter devot ed to the various cities end towns of Florida. All commercial organizations of tho ntato will be asked to contribute articles, there being no charge for this to the t'ohiniei'cial bodies or to ilr.e association mor.mers. it is fcecre- tary Whitney's plan to Issue not less than ten thousand copies of the book, and these will be supplied free of i charge to all hotels of Florida, and to j mllw.iy offices, commercial organiza j lions, libraries and other users in the ! north find west who will find the di ! rectory a reliable reference book. I In order to have the book ready for distribution. Just when it will be most needed. Secretary Whitney wilt ask all members of the Florida association to 3ead in their data without delay. None but membership hotels of the associa tion will have mention in the book, but opportunity will be given all new members enrolling this year to have a space. When the state association meets in Orlando, April 5th. 6th and ."th, a strong fight on the "advertourist" will be waged. During his recent tour of the state, Secretary Whitney discov ered many instances where slick and fiadulent schemes had been worked on hotels and others by these winter pests. Kach year the number of schemes Increases and the variety also enlarges, to the loss and sorrow of dozens of victims. The association at Orlando will de vote considerable time, to this subject and will endeavor to educate its mem bers to the fact that they should never advertise with other than legitimate publications. The question of co-operative advertising for Florida by the association will also be considered, many of the Florida hotel men being anxious to see such a movement in augurated. It is believed that a great saving ran be accomplished for the hotels of Florida if all advertising is handled by the association through some re putable agency of stability and ex perience. The Florida State Hotel as sociation now numbers nearly two hundred members, embracing all the leading hotels of the state, and the members believe they have the strength of numbers to take the lead in co-operative work for Florida. Charles H. Villar has announced his candidacy for city commissioner sub ject to the action of the democratic primary of April 12. His card appears in today's Journal. Mr. Villar believes in rigid law en forcement with malice toward none and justice for all. He points to his record of seven years in the public service, five of that time as a member - t &4 i -I i 1 DOKKIES POSTPONE THEIR CEREMONIAL Royal Sovereign - Issues Edict Prophet's Faithful Followers. to All hail, votaries of Kiron Temple No. 223, Dramatic Order Knights of Khorassan, at the meetings held last Wednesday night the big ceremonial was postponed to April 6. owing to WOMEN MUST BE ON CITY BOOKS Now Have First Opportunity to Regis ter for City Election. A great many women have asked if it is necessary for them to register for the coming city primary if they were registered for the general election last fall. The answer is that they must. The newly enfranchised voters have conflicting dates, but it was decided j not previously had an opportunity to CHARLES H. VILLAR of the police department and two as a member of the board of public safe ty under the aldermanic form of gov ernment, and challenges any one to find anything unworthy or dishonest. "My recprd is an open book," Mr. Villar says, "And I ask that it be in vestigated. I have been absolutely clean and honest in all my dealings, and if I am elected I pledge myself to give a clean and honorable adminis tration." Mr. Villar is a member of the local branch Of the I. L. A. and has carried a union card for 23 years. As a mem ber of the board of public safety ho worked for the eight-hour law for po licemen and was one of the five who put the law through. As a citizen Mr. Villar has been ac- J tive in all good work. lie is a Wood man and is married and has five chil dren. He was born in Pensacola and has always lived here and takes great pride in his city and its good name. to hold a special meeting and luncheon each Wednesday evening at the same time and place as the last one from now until the ceremonial, which will be the biggest affair of its kind ever staged in this city, even surpassing the one held when this temple was In- j jater. stituted. In keeping with the decision of the last session, Royal Vizier William V. McDonald has caused to be issued the following summons to the votaries: .Votaries, My Greetings: By virtue of the power vested in me as your royal sovereign by your choice, word has come to me that the Royal Tiger has rounded up in the Oasis of Pensacola, Plain of Escambia, Desert of Florida, a large number of Tyros; therefore, I now command that a cara van of all the faithful followers of the Prophet be formed on the evening of Wednesday, April 6. 1921. all oronerlv garbed and fezzed, and, under the lead ership of our faithful Mokakna and his tireless band of Arabs, for the purpfose of conducting the unbelievers novv held in captivity to Khorassan's delightful Oasis, Jemlah's Zem Zem Springs, and cool their raging hirst for adventure, and you, Mahedi, carry unto them this, my royal command. In Arabic courtesy. WM. V. JI'DON'ALD, Royal Vizier. I heard, him speak: JAMES LARGUE, Secretary. GRAHAM DESTROYS 75 GALLON STILL Deputy from Sheriff Office Makes Raid Near Bratt. vote in a democratic city primary and as a result have not as yet qualified to do so, therefore all who desire to vote in the election .of April . 12, at which time the democratic nominee for the office will be named, must reg- The previous registration was for state and county elections and was independent of the city books. The registration officer, J. A. Kirk patrick, is the same for both elections, because he was elected by the county as county registration officer and named by the city commissioners as city registration officer. BENITO G. CARO TO BE BURIED TODAY 1 . Aged Citizen Died Yesterday Morn ing Burial to Be Made in St. John's This Afternoon. Deputy Graham of the sheriff's force yesterday conducted a lone raid at Bratt where he captured a 75-gallon capacity still and destroyed 300 gal lons of mash. The owner of the still could not be located. The funeral services of Benito G. Caro, 69 years of age, who died yes terday morning, will be held this aft ernoon at 3:30 o'clock from the resi dence of a daughter, Mrs. W. S. Lur ton, 519 N. Sixth-ave. The services will be in charge of Rev. Mr. Heald, supply rector of Christ Episcopal church, and burial will be made in St. John's cemetery. Pall bearers will be: Willie Bell, George Bazzell, John Maloy, Charley Perry, Sidney Bell, Walter Jones. Mr. Caro was a life-long resident pf Pensacola. He is survived by three sons, Philip A., Ronald R and Ken neth; three daughters, Mrs. W. S. Lur ton, Mrs. Victor J. Little, Mrs. B. F. Lee; eight grandchildren, one brother, John Caro, and two sisters, Mrs. M. Gormley and Miss Florida Caro. TOMORROW THRU TUESDAY fl-jjp Milton Sills Elliott Dexter Mabel Jullen Scott !25Jfeka pen TOD A V Prlce Cfef22 11 a. m. XKJUfLM. tic-17c If a Man Locked You Up In a Room, Put a Dog-Collar Around Your Ankle and Then Chained You to the Floor WHAT WOULD YOU DO? Such was the Predicament of Helen Steele, who Played with Fire by Trifling with a Woman-hater ... So Jack Cralgen Carried Her Off and Tried a Little "Cave Man Stuff" on Her WHAT DID SHE DO? Come Today and See BERT LYTELL The MISLEADING LADY' and Learn the Answers to These Questions FEATURETTES ISIS SUNDAY SCREEN MAGAZINE Snub Pollard in "Open Another Bottle" Plus Environment A Plcturlia tion of Sir Gilbert Par ker's Story, "The Trans lation of a Savage." EXTRA AT TRACTION Miss Peggy Ross "The Aus- tralian Nightingale" Song Review Some Try It "What's the use of cussing so con tinuously?" "The darned auto won't go.." "Well, you can't run it by lung pow er." Brooklyn Citizen. "BRIDE NO. 13" (Mystery Daring Action) "WHEN THE DEVIL LAUGHED" (Western) -"WHEN THE CAT'S AWAY" (Comedy) TOMORROW Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran Irv "Once a Plumber" A Terrific Five-Reel Comedy ENJOY A GOOD MEAL ANGELO'S LUNCH 106 SOUTH PALAFOX DUTCH STEAMER IS LATEST ARRIVAL!! i. The Dutch steamer Sliedrecht ar rived In port yesterday from Cape Town to the Quina Export Co. for cargo. The Sliedrecht is a freighter of 1,9."0 net tons and has been in gen- ain1 f.ll'l- fill Vl 11 y 1 1 1- 11 11 In- r . ! ii iw . . . jLijAii 11 Ul 0f Rotterdam to Cape Town. Mouth breathing and bad breath J Saninff yesterday for Kobe, Toka- rfitiNfiri hv rntarrh hAVA fin inlurious ff i . - : ; " : i t iu T V i naraa ana oiner Japanese ports was CATARRH DISFIGURES looks as well. Clear up catarrhal indi cations Immediately with the stimulating odor of northern pines contained in Mayr's Pine Needle Balm. This ideal preparation cleanses the nasal passages of the excessive mucous and promotes normal breathing. Mayr's Pine Needle Balm la likewise effective In clearing up quickly cold in the head, nose and throat. Free trial by writing Oeorge H. Mayr. 219 W. Austin Ave.. Chicago. Sold in two sizes. 30c and 60c tubes, by Crystal I'harmacy and druggists everywhere. Adv. the Japanese steamer Norway JIaru with a cargo of case oil from Port Ar thur. The Norway Maru came here for bunker coal in preference to any other port on the gulf coast because of the efficient coaling stations here. A 44 Cig ar Will Satisfy You The Lewis Bear Company, Agents. fj ' i nil 1 m r ii anii r i r ar nifinyfc a n ina n hm- t r . i, - - - ---- - - - - i n mm miaiMewrii mmm HARDEE FAVORS SANITORIUM PLAN 1 Governor Voted For County Opinion Measure in 1917 Legislature. Upon his recent visit to Pensacola, Governor Hardee was asked his opin ion in regard to the present campaign to secure a sanatorium for Kscambia county. Said the governor, "Now let's see. What are the provisions of this law?" He was presented a copy of the law. After looking it over carefully, "AVTiy that is tho law t voted for in 1917". "Well governor it is a good law is it not?" "I voted for It." And by the smile that lit up his face it was known he was satisfied wfth his vote. It has been pointed out that the law gives n.n opportunity for the progres sive county to take care of its tuber culosis just as it takes care of its other health problems. Florid i was the first state in the I south t adopt the local option as ap- plied to tuberculosis sanatoria. But ac- j cording to the State Tuberculosis es- j soclatlon, the law is being copied by a ' number of states. Illinois was the f irst 1 state in the Union to undertake the ! lpcal care of tuberculosis. Now over two-thirds of the counties are mam-! taining their own institutions. Thirty- i six voted for sanatoria at one general I election. l rr tT i 11 H'tiri lif tir n ' 'in i n m if !! i tmm i mi - - -r T n -Tifwrniiwi w ami wmmw --" Ka-mrri i Tiuilntfi iFir-3-"-"- --"- w. i FREE 1 City urdis Whita ANNOUNCES FOR ker ommissio aer THIS COUPON and 5c will admit Ml any child under 16 years of age to t?d the Pastime Theatre Sunday ffl March 13 between 1:30 and 3 p. m. . v T7T17'T7 I 1' iVl-JXU Office Supplies Filing Cabinets Desks Chairs Transfer File? Everything for the Office Mayes Printing Company "The Quality Printers" 20-22 W. Government St. Phone 181. CLASS OF PAGES TO BE INITIATED A Lively and Spicey Session Expected Tuesday Night. Quite a large class of pages will be initiated in the mysteries of the rank of esquire Tuesday night at the reg ular r weekly convention of Damon IjOdge No. 13, Knights of Iythias, at their Castle hall on K. Intendencia-st. The initiatory ceremonies will be under the auspices of the well trained team of this lodge. "The report of the instruction and entertainment committee, appointed at the last session, is expected to be the featur of tl evening. Many things for the improvement of the meeting place will find favor with this committee. TODAY SUNDAY Big Fox Picture William Russell in "THE MAN WHO DARED" Century Comedy "VAMPS AND SCAMPS" Second Episode of "THE DIAMOND' QUEEN" BIG VAUDEVILLE SHOW ALL WEEK Bert Jackson's Musical Comedy Company Added Attraction Monday and Tuesday Metro Feature SOMEONE IN THE HOUSE" With An All-Star Cast JIM PEARL The Eminent Irish Comedian FRED SIMPSON The Blackface Delineator IDA HOWARD The Little Electric Spark THE ECLIPSE TRIO Three Harmony Singers BERT JACKSON AND HIS GIRLS OF TODAY 65 38 13 i Owls hoot by the simple process ofi closing their bills, puffing out their cheeks and then letting out the air. MATINEE EVERY DAY 2:30. Admission 17c-28c Complete Change of Feature Photoplay! .rlr s-- NIGHTS 7 and 9 O'clock Admission 28c and 55c Vaudeville Every Monn Wed. and Friday. TO THE VOTERS OF PENSACOLA: I hereby announce my candidacy for the office ,of City Commissioner, subject to' the action of the .city Democratic Primary elec tion to be held on April 11, proximo, and in doing so I desire to make it as plain as the English language is capable of expressing it, that I have no enemies to revenge, nor friends to favor; that I am not the candidate of any clique, ring or association of any char acter whatever, but am a candidate upon my own and only my own responsibility; that I stand, unyieldingly and uncompromisingly, for both efficiency and sane economy in gov ernment; that I am equally unyielding and uncompromising in my opposition to law lessness and "gang control" of government particularly of municipal government; that I have no sympathy with, nor. use for, the persistent and flagrant violator of the lawr, because I recognize the law as the bul wark, the fortress, if I may so express it, which protects the homes and firesides of the people; that I will, if the people of Pensacola entrust me with the office which I seek, bend my every energy, exercise all of my intelli gence, fight with all of the courage that I have to establish and maintain a better, more economical and more efficient government than Pensacola has had for a number of years. I have made no promises as to preference or place; nor will I, if it costs me the office which I seek. , My conception of the situation in Pensa cola is that the people are tired of conditions which have obtained here the past several years and are ready for a change, and I be lieve that they will elect a man who enter tains the convictions that I do and who has the courage to act upon those convictions. Those who know me personally, I am sure, wTill testify to my courage to do the things which are right. To those who do not know me personally, I pledge the word of an hon est man, to keep the faith and to do it with out fear or favor. Irrespective of sex or class, I solicit the j votes of the people of Pensacola wrho stand for better government, better living condi tions, better and more wholesome surround ings for the growing and developing youth of our city. HURDIS WHITAKER.