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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FEIDIT SK5HNING, irUCH 25, 1921.
BIX" Manager Ryan Puts Players rou ace DUFFY AIMS AT TOP DIVISION the. Quality Hardware at Lowest Prices HAY HARDWARE CO. Right on the Corner. Comme Ci-Cofflme Ca-Come See-Come Buy PORT acnfice jt v;- c s s i '.. . . . ,v. Th Sale Now On ' t ' J' t 1 BASEBALL PLANS WILL BE OUTLINED ipord! of Director Will Meet at Cham- Morning. f board of directors of the Penaa- cola Baseball association will meet at lithe chamber of commerce rooms at 3.0:80 o'clock thli niornlnjj to take final lictlon on the matter of the now de kunct Cotton States leaguo. Plana for i the baseball eeason will be discussed tend It la believed a system will be worked out whereby Pensacola -can 'tfiave the fastest baseball it has known tin years. Teams already scheduled .re tho Aviators and the Louisville American association clubs while ethers on the string are the New York Giants. Uogalusa, t Lake Charles ana Culfport. ' j The local boysr held a wont-oui wun Manager Ryan at Maxent park yes- . .. .1 r terday arternoon ana pmjeu nv-. Inning practice game. There will be; another practice this afternoon, com-. .mencing at 3 o'clock, but all boys who are unable to set out until 4:30 or 5 . o'clock are urged to show up at the ' most convenient hour. Manager Ryan will be on the field until 6 o'clock and wants to see all tho players in action. nan YtoV Sunday's' game against, ! the Aviators are well worked out and the game promises to be an interest ing one. Those taking part in yes terday's practice included: Sarra. f Kneed. Wentworth, Kgan. Ellis, II. ' Bcarritt. Olsen, Neilson. C. Oelst, Potts !l!ell, Itoukey, Babe Lewis. Smith, Mc ' Voy, Bperduto, Horn, Craddock and ) 23d wards. EXHIBITION GAMES At Alexander. La.: New York Anerlcuns 12 ip 0 Brooktyn Nationals ...3 9 i Collins. Pierry and Hoffman, Ievor jner; Mamaux, Mitchell and Miller, Kru ger. At Mobile: 1 Milwaukee Amer. Assoc ..5 6 1 Mobile Southern Abboc 08 ,4 . Slaughter, Trentman and McCarthy, Btaylor, Bwann, Slgnman and Pond. At Orange, Texas R. II. E. Beaumont (Texas League) 0 3 1 bt. Louis Nationals .......... 6 8 0 retteries James, Finley and Kelley; Goodwin, Prown, Sherdell, Haines und McCarty, Dllhoefer, demons. At Galveston. Texas R. II. E. New York Nationals 7 9 3 Galveston (Texas League) ... 6 10- 5 Batteries Ryan, Shea, Volgt and Smith, Snyder; Knight. McGraew and( O'Brien, Lapan. j , I At Cisco, Texas ' R. Cincinnati Nationals 3 Dallas (Texas a Leagut ) 2 . At Los Angeles, CaL , , . - R. II. E. Chicago Nationals 6 10 0 erpor (Pacific Coast) 4 13 1 Batteries Cheeves, Flsser and .O'Farrell; Dell. McGraw, Shellenback end Hannah, Murray. COLLEGE BASEBALL At Athens College: ITJnlvcridty of Cincinnati 0 ' University of Georgia 5 MoDlarmld and Sharpe; Frost Rawon. 2 4 9 3: and j OSCAR WELLS HAS LEFT OLD COMPANY us? , t The safest, most antiseptic way to Oscar Wells has retired from tho care. f"r " U'ethu Ls to "seua lnouth corporation of E. Bloggott WVHs & wa"h tat kfV ,the mi'"th thoroughly ;Bon. he announced last night. Uls fu- a,n,tlseptic ,at a 1 xm?- Sow tha? ter" Iti.r ian .r.m,w nZt Jollne can obtained at any drug store. ture plans are somewhat indefinite, he said, but he expects to go Into busi ness by himself. Mr. Wells is an ardent sailboat fan and says his change in business connections won't affect his sailing any. Fresh water pearl buttons are manu factured from common clam or mussel shells, which are found In abundance In the Mississippi river and Its tribu taries. The industry, founded 25 years I ago, now employs about 80,000 peo- . pie, and naa a product worth from $6, t 000.000 to 17,000.000 annually. For Indigestion Cooitlpstion,' Sick Headache, Bilious new, Bloating: Sour Stomach, Get on the Stomach, bad Breath you will find nothing tetter than that wholesome phylc F0LETCATIIARTICTABLET5 Never disappoint. Take one tonight , and (eel better in the morning. Gmrte )nner, San Antonio, Texas: "Foley GMhanlo Tablet bare prorea to be the best fassatiT I iwr bare tavca and 1 recommend at, em for eoosilmtloa and bilioaaoeae." Sold Everywhere T. E. WILLIAMS & CO. Manager Ouffy keeps an eagle eye pepping up some of his rookies at T Hurling Crew of Boston n r j Red BOX a uooa une. By DEAN SNYDER nOT siRINOS, Ark.. March 24. 3-on.t gvt tho idea that the "riddled" Boston ,ted Sox crow ig poinfr to be a Joke IkiII club thla season. A slant at Hugh Duffy's bat swinr- r. In spring training is backing for r r ssr-tii..l iHffniAtt -.41- an entlrtly different opinion While not a pennant contender, as it stacks up no-A, the team is likely to make tho leaders of the American league step lively to keep up there. The Sox have two big league man agers In reality. Hugh Duffy wears tho toga, and Jimmy Burke, officially coach, has the ability of a big time skipper. Working Together, Duffy and llurke are keeping their heads together. The trading of Harry Hooper for John Collins and Nemo Liebold has helped the team considerably. t Despite the shadow of five hold-out3 -Menosky, Mclnnis, Walters, Pratt and Myers the due management is optimistic. SEE' HOW TOOTHPASTES " ... INJURE ENAMEL Here's a Test You Can Try Your, self Proves Gritty Dentrifices Cause Decay. Many dental authorities have been saying for years that tooth pastes and powders are harsh and harmful to teeth and gums. Try this test for yourself and see what they do. Take la little tooth paste on the tip of your finger and rub for a minute on vour mahogany table. The little scratches that remain can be seen with the eye. 'in m saint? way me constant ruooing or tootn pastes ana powders on your teeth causes tiny holes in the enamel, which is Nature's protection against germs. These little places offer the first loophole for germs to enter. Tooth paste and powders are all made from some gritty abrasive substances as a Ivase. They also cause raw, open gums, which offer another point cf attack for germs. No germ can work in un broken skin. In spite cf tho warning of authorities, such tooth troubles as pyorrhea, etc., continue to occur, and many ascribe them to tooth pastes and powders. Evidently, there is truth in this because pyorrhea. was almost un known before these preparations were this becomes simple. The greatest germ killing agent known during the war Is the basis of Steroline. This is IVbeH's Solution, for 50 years officially ,approved as a sure germicide at phy sicians' conventions. F.ut Dobell's So lution is unsuitable for general use and its disadvantages are overcome by Steroline which contains other ingre dients that make it such a delight in brushing, and that soothe and allay inflammation, and cleanse the teeeth Steroline also stops bleeding gums. loom pastes and powders cannot reach more than 60 per cent of the sur face. The other 10 per cent is decay ing constantly. Only a liquid antisen- tic, like Steroline, can get all through the mouth and cleanse the hidden sur faces. Start trying Steroline today, Lose no time. Go to your druggist ouy a bottle of Steroline and avoid further danger to your teeth. j ne crystal l'harmacy recommend and guarantees Steroline. Large bot tie for 50c. Adv. WEEK IN COTTON WAS VERY ACTIVE Advance of 150 to 175 Points Attrib uted to British Trade Advices. NEW YORK, March 24. The cotton market has shown increasing activity and a decidedly better tone durir.g the past week with prices making new high records for the month. Accord ing to local .brokers the three factors chiefly responsible for the advance of about 150 to 175 points from the low x y v on his hurling crew. Bob Dorman, the training camp. Duffy is in the "They'll come in," says Duffy. "I took a peck at Harry Frazee's salary list. .It surprised me to see how lib eral h2 has been in increasing salaries. "The holdouts won't get another nickel, though. It's getting too late to arransre further trades." Duffy is planning strong and land ing his? crew in the first division. In Jones, Bush, Karr, Myers, Pen nock, Thormaheln and Russell he's got a hurling staff that looks capable of pitching winning ball. Two Vet Catchers. And behind the plate he'll have Muddy Ruel and Al Walters as vet eran catchers. A youngster nam. d Bert Chaplin of the (eorgia State league looks probable as a third stringer with the big mit. All of the Sox infield.'rs and out fielders came to the team by trade with the exception of Everett Scott. Two rookies are stacking up strong - Clark Pittenger, an infielder, and Ernie Neitzke, combination outfielder and pitcher. Both youngsters came from the London, Ont., team. Pittenger stands head and shoul ders above all the other rookies in records of early this month have been better British trade advices, reports of an improved demand for cotton goods in the domestic markets, and the absence of any important spot pressure notwithstanding progress with new crop preparations in the south. Rather a more favorable view of Kuropean cond;tions as reflected in the Russian news probably has had a con tributing influence. The signing of the trade agreement between Great Britain and Russia with reports of agreements between Russia and the United States, also between Russia and Roumania and Italy, have been mentioned in the latter connection. The German news, however, has been less favorable, particularly toward the end of the week when communist upris ings were reported in some sections of that country, and the main hope of an increased export demand has been con nected with the firmer Liverpool cables and reports of improving Manchester conditions. British manufacturers are said ta be receiving some orders from India or other far eastern points, ow ing partly to the rally In bar silver, and Liverpool trade advices have re ported buying of raw material by Manchester against recent sales of goods. In the local gods market, a larger business has been reported in print cloths with buyers paying ad vances of 1-4 to 1-2 cent as compared with recent bids but it is considered, questionable whether mills could sell profitably for forward shipment at the! prices mentioned. Spot sales in the! south showed some increase at the! advance toward the end of' the week' and there was a little more hedge sell- I ing here but there has been no change in southern advices regarding acreage prospects with local traders now in clined to estimate the reduction at from 20 to 35 per cent. The census report showing 13,137,775 bales ginned for the season were slightly above thej .December estimate but made no ma ii There Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds as Mustard Cut the old-fashioned mustard plaster burned and blistered while it acted. Get the relief and help that mustard plasters gave, without tha plaster and without the blister. Musterole does it. It is a clean, white ointment, made with oil of mus tard. It is scientifically prepared, so that it works wonders, and yet does not blister the tenderest skin. Gently massage Musterole in with the finger-tips. See how'quickly it brings re lief how speedily the pain disappears, Use Musterole for sore throat, bron chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back cr joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). 33c and 65c jars; hospital size $3.00 GRANDMOTHER KNEW i v.v-i-v-jyxv -c Journal photographer, snapped him center. ability. He will be a hard man for even a veteran to keep on the bench. The younerster may bo started as a regular at second base. He has played with tho London, Int., club of the MichlganOntariO league for two years. He hit .312 last season and stole 30 sacks. In 1919 he pilfered 36 bases and won a bonus. He's 5 feet 10, weighs 160, and hails from Toledo, Ohio. Keeps After Pitchers. Another outfielder who may make the big team in his first trip up is Harry Kearnan, a Massachusetts semi-pro star. He bats from Qith?r side of the plate and is a natural fly chaser. A good share of Duffy's time is spent with his heaving crew. He holds school for the boxmen, instructing them how to dust off minor league faults. Duffy and Burke are getting more "work out of the "riddled" Red Sox than the baseball wise-acres thought was in them. Smart handling is making the team a good one. terial impression on the market or on sentiment regarding the probable carry over. COTTON SEED OIL STEADY. NEW YORK, March 24. Cottonseed oil was steady early through covering of shorts for over the holiday, but prices subsequently eased off with lard and cotton and for want of trade support May closed unchanged and later months eight to 18 points net lower. Sales, 6,300 barrels. Tenders, 300 barrels. Prime crude, 425 sales; prime sum mer yellow spot, 6257?650; May, 650; July 700; September, 730. The scene of the allied occupation in Germany is on the River Rhine in tho heart of the great industrial region of the Ruhr valley, with Essen, home of the Krupp munition works, its centre. The Savannah, first steamship to cross the Atlantic, was built in New York and launched August 22, 1818. Foreign government loans In the United States outstanding July 1, 1920, amounted to $11,820,866,078. Baseball Game EASTER SUNDAY MARCH 27, 1921 AT MAXENT PARK Naval Air Station vs. Pensacola Regulars Game Called Promptly at 3:15 p. m. Admission 50c, War Tax Included. OPENING GAME OF SEASON ' 1 Iffff ARISTOCRATIC . ftm W$f 5S$k ATLANTA 4iffe4 vW- - 401 So. Palafox Biggest Bargain Event Since Pensacola HIGHER PRICES FOR WHEAT. CHICAGO, March 24. Unexpected re vival of export demand brought about higher prices today for wheat. The market closed unsettled at 1-4 to 3-S cents net advance. Corn gained 1-8 to 1-4 cent and oats 1-8 to 3-8l-2. In provisions, the outcome varied from 10 cents decline to a rise of 5 cents. BOY KIDNAPPED BY A LEOPARD Waa Found Two Years Afterward in Jungle With Two Cubs. LONDON, March 23. A wild boy, resembling in some respects Kipling's character, "Mowgli," who was suckled by a she wolf and grew up to be lead er of the pack, has been found in a remote section of India, according to a story told in the Times. In this case,! however, the boy is reputea to nave been kidnaped by a leopard. He has been recaptured and his father is now keeping a sharp eye on him to see that he does not run away to the woods. The Times credits the tale to Stew art Baker, who was recently in the undeveloped country around the Ca char hills on the northeast frontier of India, where he was in charge of road mending. It is customary in that region for the villagers to mend the roads irustead of paying taxes. Mr. Baker asked a villager why he did not do his share of the road mend ing. ! The man replied that he was afraid to leave his village. His wife having died a short time previously, he had no one to take care of his little "wild son," who, in his absence, might run into the jungle and get lost. Mr. Ba ker paid the villager a visit and found with him a child about seven years of age, with innumerable white scars of tiny cuts and scratches all over his body. j The child's father told him that,! five years before the villagers of Cachari had killed two leopard cubs.; The mother leopard had prowled! about the jungle bordering the vil lage. A few days later the mother of the child left it lying on a cloth while she went away to reap rice. In her absence the mother leopard car ried the child off. The villagers searched for it but could find no trace of it. Some three years later a sportsman killed a leopard in the jungle. He ti.ld the villagers that the leopard had G omg two cubs. They searched the jungle and found the two cubs and with them the missing child. It ran on all fours quite fast, dodged and hid in the bushes with great agil DOU Give Your Legs the Best of It The first things out of bed in the mcrninj? and the last things in at night are your legs. And they do come stepping all day long. Give them the comfort they deserve. Get a pair of double-grip, double-duty-doLig PARIS before you forget. Double Grip SOP and up A STEIN & Makers Childrec's CHICAGO Take a tip-buy Paris today W1M MASONS' ANNUITY Pensacola, Fla. SEE JAMES A LYLE Box 10, Pensacola, Fla. or FRANK KING, Special Deputy . Pensacola, Fla. Phone 1393. Phone 1347. 403 So. Palafox Was a Baby ity and skill, and bit an.1 fought with, everyone who tried to lay hold of it It tore to pieces and ate with extra. -ordinary caickness any village fow that came its w..y. J - Single Grip 35 P and up. COMPANY HICKORY Garters NEW YORK 7 - remember they've been r IS