OCR Interpretation


The Pensacola journal. (Pensacola, Fla.) 1898-1985, May 02, 1921, Image 8

Image and text provided by University of Florida

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87062268/1921-05-02/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for EIGHT

T 11 n: F K N S A CULA JOU KJS A U M U JS 1 AY MUKNING,, M A Y 2, 1 '9 2 1
EIGHT
-f i'
i
,
V:!
1
I1
' ' , i
m
i.y v:
1 . -
' -,t
. Tf
V
' 1
-I . -
It . V. t
. ;
i -JV
1:
W
.:f.
if i ,;?f j
1 ;
i. 1
it
rtiu
..
IN THE SHAKE DOWN THE
IUG POTATOES ALWAYS
COME OUT ON TOP.
What has been true since Adam
is true today.
The biggest potatoes, the juciest
apples, the lustiest lumps of
coal and the greatest values
have always had the habit of
coming out on top and that's
where you will find the crowds.
Every afternoon since Spring
selling began our clothing aisles
have resembled the lobby of a
. theatre featuring Mary Pick
ford. We have been playing to packed
houses because we are featuring
stars at stock company prices
and if you would rather believe
your eyes than this advertise
ment come Jet's prove it.
Admission free.
Men's Spring Suits $25.00 up.
Palm Beaches $18.00.
LADIES'
DAINTY
GARMENTS
successfully and satisfac
torily cleaned at
EMPIRE
LA UNDR Y
Are you taking advantage
of the highest class clean
ing in the city?
FORD TAXI CO.
PHONE 221
Bayvlew Park, 25c
FORD CARS, $2.00 PER HOUR
5lty Trips, 25c. Navy Yard Trips, 12.00
M L. A N. 'Depot. Pensacola, Fla.
The Parior Market
' "Borne of All That's Pur"
FRESH WESTERN MEATS
Poultry, Ego and Green tirocorles
T. E. WILLIAMS & CO.
ALTERATIONS
On Ladles' and Men's Garments
Dens .jy An Expert.
LONDON WOOLEN
MILLS
FOR HIRE
AUTO BUS
For sightseeing, fishing, picnio
parties.' etc. Take bus from Cen
tral Fharmacy to all ball games.
H. A. BEARD, Phone 2278.
Take Oyroepsla Tablet
and After
'ft V.
rlPach Heal.
3'
27,c Box.
THE CKYSTAi, PHARMACY
Office Supplies
Filing Cabinets
Desks
Chairs
Transfer File?
i '
Everything for the Office
i
Mayes Printing
Company
'The puallty Printers"
Sd-22 W. Government St.
Phone 181.
SHIP CREWS HERE
GO OUT ON STRIKE
'
All American Vessels In -Port Are ""Tied
Up by Marine Engineer Strike.
Crews from every American Blilp In
tlie harbor were ordered ashore yester
day by Business Apent Mendel of the
Marine Kneineers, Firemens", Cqoks and
Stewards' associations in accordance "with
telegraphic instructions to Kim from the
national headquarters of the various as
sociations at New York. J
Mr. Mendel's instructions were for all
men, both engineer and "deck, branches
to refuse to sign on any ship, either
ocean or coastwise. The result is that
every American ship in port is tied up.
The strike order applies to all sea-going
tiiR.:. also, but does not affect harbor
craft.
The shipping board steamer Afoundria
came in yesterday morning froni New
Orleans to John A. Merrltt & Co., and
Mr. Mendel declined to order her craw
off until he receives further instructions
from New York, inasmuch as the crew
signed articles before the stike was
called. The same situation exists with
rezard to the Coahoma County, which
was expected to sail Saturday and on
which the crew signed.
The Galveston and Lake Gardner, twc
other shipping board vessels, are under
going repairs and have only two or three
men aboard. These men are ordered off.
MORRISON'S IS
OPEN TO PUBLIC
Open House Yesterday Evening Proved
Interesting Event.
Hundreds of people inspected Morri
son's thoroughly modern cafeteria yes-
terrtay between the hours of 3 and 8
o'clock in the evening and all wert
pleased both with the arrangement of
th cafeteria and with the decorations
Music for the open house was furnished
by Falrchild's orchestra and the cafe
teria was pleasingly brightened by many
fresh cut llowers and Dotted plants.
Mr. Morsison and his resident manager
G. F. Ileitz. welcomed those who called
to inspect the cafeteria and pladly ex
plained the equipment and the system
which will be used. Mr. Morison ex
pressed pleasure at the number who
cal'd. saying that many more appeared
Interested here than . when he opened
his very successful establishment in
Mobile. He asked The Journal to express
hl: thanks to all who called. ffr their
interest.
A number of friends will be Mr. Mor
rison's guests at the opening today. They
are: Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Kilborn, Mr
and Mrs. A. V. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. John
H. Davis. Ilyman Baerman, G. C. Out
low and M. B. Herbgield.
' COTTAGE HILL
Mr. ami MrJT John Casper left
Thursday for Illinois, where they will
Vnake their home.
William and Virginia Bowersox
vi3ited friends in Pensacola, Saturday.
Mrs. Spivey, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Tipton, returned to her
home in Georgia, P"rlday.
Mrs. "Ward, of Moiino, is staying at
the Tipton home again after an
absence of several weeks .
Mr. "Walter, Casper is building a
barn on. his land east of the school
house. A Japanese M. E. Bishop gave a lec
ture at the church Tuesday evening.
There will be a community council
meeting at Cottage Hill. Friday after
noon and evening.
Miss Mathilda Gear visited at home
a few days last week.
ORNAMENTAL POST
AGAIN DEMOLISHED
The ornamental light post at Wright
and. Palafox-sts was again demolished
yesterday when a Buick, No. 3307-C
crashed into it. The car was driven by
a woman. This is about the 'steenth
time this light post has been knocked
down by automobiles.
GADSDEN STREET
MISSIONARY SOCIETY
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Gadsden-st Methodist church wil?
hold its regular business meeting at
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the Sun
day School annex.
LADY SWANS WILL
MEET TONIGHT
The Lady Swans will hold their regular
meeting at 7:30 o'clock tonight at their
hall. 1!) 1-2. W. Intendencia-st.
MINISTERS WILL
MEET AT Y. M. C. A.
The Pensacola Ministerial association
wijl meet at the Y. M. C A. at 10
o'clock this morning.
Y. M.C. A. DIRECTORS
WILL MEET TONIGHT
The board of directors of the Y. M. C
A. will meet at th "Y" at 6 o'clock to
nbiht. BARACA GLEE CLUB
WILL MEET TONIGHT
The Glee Club of the Baraca class of
the First Methodist Church will meet at
the Y. M. C. A. at 7 o'clock tonight. . At
8 o'clock the team captains and work
ers of the Baraca class campaign ail)
hold an Important meeting.
IN POLICE CIRCLES
Owen Baker is held in the city jail
in lieu of $500 bail in connection with the
loss of a Waltham watch by Machinist
Edwards of the A.. & X. Shops. Baker
was arrested Saturday night by Officer
Donaldson at Touart's Jewelry store.. IN
is daimecl that a. watch which he offered
for sale was taken from the men's room
at the shops two or three days ago.
City police made 58 arrests over the
week-end up' to 10 o'clock last night.
The charges - range from drunk -and
fighting to theft and grand larceny.
. Police investigated a report of shooting
in the vicinity of Maxent Park late Sat
urday night but no arrests were made.
It was said the celebrators were joy-
rid.'ntf.
nCDITTV TDAlMn VI K
VLii u n uivniii mm
KtlLIpi IS tUMlnb
J. H. Trump of Quincy Will Make Offl
claT Visit to Local Lodge.
'District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler
J. II. Trump of Quincy will make his
official visit to the local lodge of Elks
Tuesday evening and the house com
mittee has made arrangements for a fish
chowder after the meeting. .
The Tuesday night meeting is expected
to be a most important one because the
district deputy will bring a message from
the Grand Exalted Ruler. All members
of the lodge are expected to be present.
SEAPLANE CRASHES
IN SANTA ROSA SOUND
An N-9 type seaplane with Chief Harold
Carr crashed to a complete wreck about
.10 miles up Santa Rosa sound Saturday
afternoon. Neither the pilot nor the
mechanician w era injured. The men'
were picked up by the crew of an IIS
boat and returned to the station. .The
IIS boat and another N-9 continued to
Valparaiso where they spent the week
end. ,
CLUB GIRLS AT
STATE COLLEGE
Interesting Subjects Receiving Atten
tion Are Explained in Capable
Manner.
TALLAHASSEE. May 1. Bungalow
aprons, creamed onions and cullins
out slacker - he,ns, were some of the
subjects receiving attention at the
hands of the club girls last week in
their short course at the Florida State
College for Women. To the ordinary
layman, actually seeing this work or
hearing about it in an ordinary .way.
means little. .But to have it explained
by the "capable home demonstration
authorities of the college (Misses Sa
rah W. Partridge, Harriette B. Lay
ton, Agnes Webster, Lonny Landrum,
May Morse and Minnie Floyd) is to
understand much about it. Thu3 hav
ing it explained is like "hearing is
believing."
.Among the course being given the
following have received most stress:
Poultry, sewing, cooking, home, im
provement. The staff, named above,
of the home demonstration department
of the college are doing the instruct
ing. ."'
In the poultry course, Miss Floyd is
teaching the' principles of culling out
slackers, feeding for eggs and for
meat, housing, etc. The girls are di
vided into three " sections and each
has made a chicken inspection trip
into the city.
,The course in cooking does not em
phasize as strongly as might be ex
pected the ' preparation of delicacies,
but stress is placed upon the more
substantial dishes. The young ladies
are taught how to take and make
wholesome and palatable articles of
food of things our grandmothers would
.have thrown away. So clean are the
practice kitchen kept that it makes
one think of the "ar-mee" life.
In the sewing course Miss Landrum
has shown the youngsters how to
measure and s'.eh and rip and hem
and sew and ..at raw goods into fin
ished garments, one'' would think were
prepared in a high class tailoring shop
of Chicago.
Very conspicuous is the home im
provement work bing done by the
girls. Old, discarded furniture is be
ing overhauled, repaired, patched and
thrown together into high class tables.
chairs, desks, washstand.j and dres.j
ers. Coats of paint have been ap
plied which gives one the impression
that the work of an artist is being
displayed.
Theie courses opened on Monday,
the 25th, and will close Saturday, May
7. There are. 66 girls in attendance
from at least 20 counties of the state,
from as far west as Escambia and as
far south asJJeSoto and Palm Beach.
All the girl? are receiving the work
free of cost to themselves and their
families,' having won the trips as pre
miums for exceptional club work. Va
rious civic organizations in their coun
ties contributed money for the trips,
which shows a splendid public spirit
edness. ' -
Eight different kinds of clubs are
represented by the girls who have won
their way to the' short course. These
clubs are: Bread, calf. 'bee, poultry,
sewing, pig, dairy, pantry, grape,
orange and rabbit.
On Wednesday of last week the girls
met and perfected a state organiza
tion. Miss Marie Bradfisch, St. Johns
St. Johns
clur; "'Miss
county, is president of the
Alene Young, Hillsboro county, is vice
president; Miss Elsie Stoutamire, Leon
county, is , secretary, and Miss Eva
Simms, St. Johns county, ia treasurer.
Tho purpose of this young organiza
tion is to foster home demonstration
work, in the state generally; and in the
members' home counties in particular.
Since coming he"re last Monday
these girls, who may be the house
wives of the Florida of tomorrow, have
been royally entertained. In the be
ginning a college girl was designated
"big sister" for each club'girl, and this
bifcj sister. see3 that her chai'ge re
ceives every consideration and care.
One night they were honor guests at
a play on the campus ghien by the
college students. : Thursday night, 66
strong, they passed by counties down
the receiving line at the governor's
reception. It is said that when the
club girls appeared on the scene, high
moguls, be they , law makers or su
preme judges, dignified business men
or humorous politicians, .wavered and
held back till the club-girl procession
had passed. It was noticed that the
girls were highly pleased at this spe
cial tribute to them. Yesterday, after
noon they were given a party- on the
college campus.
MAKING BRUSHES FROM
TRUNKS OF PALMETTO
PUNTA GORDA, May 1. Brushes
are. being made from palmetto trunks
by W. R. Faircloth who has opened a
broom and brush, factory here. Mr.
Faircloth plans to extend his opera
tions to include manufacture of
brooms and larger variety of brushes.
U. D. C. CONVENTION
!T0 OPEN MAY THIRD
State Daughters of Confederacy to
Open 26th An nual Convention
in Pensacola.
The Florida, division. United Daugh
ters of the Confederacy will open it3
26th annual convention here Tuesday.
May 3, to continue for four days. y
The local chapter, United Daughters
of the Confederasy, has completed ar-
rangements to make the stay of the
visitors a continuous round of pleasT
ure. . ' . ;
Mrs. Frank D. Tracy, of Pensacola,
state U. D. c. president, and the mem
bers of the local chapter.' are working
to make the Pensacola convention this
year one of the biggest and best in the
history of the association. Many, del
egates are expected to be in attend
ance. The following program has been ar
ranged for the four days' session:
Tuesday, May 3.
8:30 p. m. Call to' order. .
Invocation Dr. A. S. Moffet
"Star Spangled .Banner" Audience.
Accompanist,. Miss Virginia Walker.
Welcome for City Hon. Frank San
ders, mayor. 1
Welcome for chamber of commerce
M. G. Hoffman, president.
Welcome for Rotary club Mr. Max
L. Bear, president.
Welcome for Kiwanis club Mr. Ad
rian Langford, president.
"Welcome for Pensaoola chapter
Mrs. R. p. Reese, president.
Response for Florida division Mrs.
Frank" D. Tracy, state president; Mrs,
Amos H. Xorris, treasurer general.
Ladies' quartet Mrs. A. R. McAllis
ter, Mrs. Henry Brown, Mrs. Richard
Saunders, Mrs. J. P. Sandusky. Ac
companist, Miss Edith Worthington.
Greetings from Camp Ward, U. C. V.
Col. W. A. Rawls. , .
Greetings from Sons of Confederate
Veterans.
Violin solo Ed Lurton.
Presentations and announcements.
Dixie Audience.
3:00 p. m. Mealing credentials com
mittee. 4:00 p. m. Automobile ride by the
Woman's club.
Wednesday Morning, May 4
9:30 o'clock. Convention called to
order by Mrs. Frank D. Tracy, presi
dent Florida division, U. D. C; Mrs.
R. P. Reese, president Pensacola chap
ter, presiding.
Invocation Dr. A. J. Moncrief.
The Ritual of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy, led by state pres
ident. Repct ' of credentials committee
Miss Agnes Person, Orlando, chariman.
Reading of the rules and regulations
Miss Jessie Wauchope, Tampa, re
cording secretary.
Roll call of officers and chapters.
Reading of greetings and announce
ments. Report of the state president, Mrs.
P'rank D. Tracy.
Report3:
Auditing committee, Mrs. C. Thiesen.
Recording secretary, Miss Jessie
Wauchope.
Corresponding secretary, Mrs. S. A.
Moreno. (
Treasurer, MrV J. C. Blocker.
Registrar, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.
Historian, Mrs. Emma Gayle Mc
Fadden. Recorder of crosses, Mrs. C. H.
Davis.
Registrar of the Children of the
Confederacy, Miss Mary Branham. "
Executive committee, Mrs. Frank D.
Tracy.
First vice-president, Mrs. F. M. Hud
son. Second vice-president, Mrs. J. D.
Stringfellow.
Third vice-president, Mrs. R. S. j
Pierce. I
Fourth .vice-president, Mrs. F. L.
Ezell.
Adjournment.
Wednesday Afternoon
2:30 o'clock. Call to order.
' Memorial exercises Mrs. Dan SLep
pard, chairman Memorial committee.
Prayer Rev. W. P. Hurt.
Hymn.
Memorial, Daughters of the Confed
eracy, i
Special Memorials:
General E. M. Law Mrs. W. L.
Denham. Gainesville. J
Mrs. M. E. Drew Mrs. S. D. Cheat
ham. Jacksonville. ,
Mrs. J. P. Gayle v Mrs. Amos. H.
Xorris, Tampa.
Mrs. M. . G. Murphy Mrs. W. C.
Warington, Jacksonville.
Mrs. Josephine K. Moore Mrs.
Henry Brash, Tampa.
Solo Mrs. A. R. McAllister.
Benediction.
Adjournment.
Tea for delegates at Country club,"
4 to 6, Mrs. Frank D. Tracy, hostess.
Wednesday Evening.
State Historical Evening.
8:30 P. M. Call to order.
Invocation Dr. W. E. Mcllwaine.
Dixie Audience.
Paper, "The Mysterious Stranger"
Mrs. Nicholas W. Epps, Tallahassee.
Paper, "Matthew Fontaine Maury"
Mrs. E. L. Eaton, Gainesville.
Paper, "Florida's First Flag" Mrs.
Amos H. Xorris, Tampa.
Solo Mrs. Terrill Covington.
Award of Division Medal for prize
essay, "The Ku Klux Klan; Its Origin
TODAY and AH This Week
Matinee 2:30 .;
Children, 11c; Adults, 28c
DAN FITCH'S
MINSTRELS
The Best Show of the
Season
ADDED ATTRACTION
EVA NOVAK in
"THE SMART SEX"
Nights 7 and 9 o'clock
Children, 17c; Adults," 55c
Pastime
and Activities in Florida" Mrs. Frank
D; Tracy, State president, Pensacola.
Solo Dance.
Award of Medals . to C. of C. for
best -Historical " Essay Miss Mary!
Branham, Registrar of C of C., ' Or
lando. . -...
Presentation of President's Flag to
Chapter showing' greatest increase in
membership during year Mrs. Frank
D. Tracy.- -"---' '
Vocal solo Mrs. J. P. SandU6ky.
Historian Florida division Mrs,
Emma ? Gayle McFadden, Jacksonville.
Thursday Morning, May 5.
9:30 o'clock. Call to order.
invocation Father Fullerton.
Reading of minutes. , .
Election of officers. -
Report of Cook Memorial and Be
nevolent ' committee-Mrs. W. R. Har
ney, Jacksonville, chairman.
Reports :
Education committee, Mrs. Amos H.
Xorris.
' Florida room. Confederate museum,
Mrs. P.; P. Hamilton. .
Marian na monument, Mrs. John H
Carter. --
Cemeteries, Mrs.' E. L. Carney.,
Cunningham memorial, Mrs
Hiekey.
Jefferson Davis memorial.
J. P.
Mrs.1
Frank D. Tracy.
, Poet laureate, Mrs. S. Weaver
Stationery, Mrs. Frank D. Tracy.
War record. Mrs. Wm. F. Gwynne.
Near East, relief, Mrs. Frank D.
Tracy.
Other committees.
Chapter reports.
Adjournment.
Thursday Afternoon
2:00 o'clock. Call to order.
Chapter reports.
Children of the Confederacy reports.
Adjournment.
Thursday Evening
8:30 o'clock. Reception by Pensacola
chapter at San Carlos hotel.
Friday Morning, May 6
9:30 o'clock. Call to order.
Invocation Dr. G. Hendree Harri
son. Reading of minutes.
Unfinished business.
New business.
' Adjournment.
Friday Afternoon.
2:00 o'clock. Call to order.
Reading of minutes.
Order of business.
Report of committee 6n resolutions
and thanks.
Adjournment.
Bay party.
Friday Evening.
8:30 o'clock. Call to order.
Order of business.
Doxology.
Adjournment and announcement of
next convention.
NAVAL SUB-CHASER)
FOR JACKSONVILLE
Board of City Commissioners to Pur
chase One for Use as
s Fire Boat.
JACKSONVILLE, May 1 The Jack
sonville board of city commissioners
has decided upon the purchase of a
naval sub-chaser to be converted into
a fire boat for use on the river front
here aiul has appointed a committee
composed of Commissioner Evans,
Fire Chief Thomas llaney and Coun
cilman John Callahan to. inspect a
number of the vessels.
.According to a leter to the commis
sion from A. M. Shoen, chief engineer
of the Southeastern Underwriters' as
sociation at Atlanta, the sub-chaser is
considered the best type of boat for
this purpose-. "With the putting of ;i j
fire boat into service, Mr. Shoen said, I
a reduction of 25 cents per $100 would I
be made in insurance rates on all
wharves and piers along the water!
front. On all other buildings within
50G' feet of the buikhcad lines a re
duction of 5 cents" on rates will he
granted.
Although Mr. Shoen said it would be
necessary to have a crew of eight men
bn the fire boat, the city would be re
quired to keep only three men on board
continuously, using five members of
the fire department to fill out the
crew if the fire boat was called into
service to fight a blaze.
According to information furnished
by the navy, there are 12 sub-chasers
at Charleston, S. C, and three at New
Orleans, that the city could select
from and hundreds of them are avail
able at many yards on the Atlantic
coast. While the prices average around
$12,000, it is" believed a chaser can oe
bought at a much lower figure in ac
cordance with the government's desire
to sell chajcrs for fire boats to mu
nicipalities at reduced figures.
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE NEW ESSEX?
Garden Cash Grocery
SPECIALS
Brookfield butter, lb.. .50c
Cheese, lb . :30c
Fresh Yard Eggs, doz. 30c
Libby's Canned Beef,
per can 17c
Roast Beef, lb. can 20c
California Apricots,
No. 3 ......20c
Pink Salmon, ; tall cans 15c
Big R. Tomatoes, No.' 2,
per doz. . . . ; .$1.10
White granulated Sugar,
.lb 8c
Garden CasbGrocery Co
Cor. Garden and DeVilliers
Streets
Phone 2027
WE DELIBER
TODAY
Thru
Tomorrow
Open 1 :3U p.m.
WAS IT THE BRAND OF HATE
OR THE MARK OF A GREAT LOVE?
j j "
Barbara Castleton
RICHARD TUCKER, SIDNEY A INS WORTH, ALBERT ROSCOE, in
REGINALD BARKER'S PRODUCTION
MMflK JBSM
ISIS DE LUXE ORCHESTRA ISIS LIVE WIRE NEWS PATHE REVIEW !
SUNSHINE COMEDY "THE BABY" J
WEDNESDAY MAE MARSH In "NOBODY'S KID" C
rm. today .
MITCHELL LEWIS
In a Picturlzation of jack' London's
"BURNING DAYLIGHT"
OTHER FEATURES TOO
Tomorrow Elsie Ferguson in "Lady
GILFILL AN SCOTT
Trains Concert Pianists, Teachers and Beginners
Occasional Lesson Two Dollars.
Regular Weekly Lesson Five Dollars per Month.
At Pupil's Residence or at Studio.
THE PIANO SHOP. 27 WEST GARDEN. PHONE 791.
J &m tit I
IWVM LV-A
BROOKFIELD
46 c
No. 1 Can Fancy Table Peaches,
per can
16c
i ; : 1 :
Eat at Morrison
Today
We will, open for business this morning at
10:30 o'clock, and extend a cordial invitation
to the people 6f Pensacola to eat with us to
day." We want you to come in, try our service
and the quality foods we serve.
Luncheon 10:30 a. m. to 2:00 p. m.
Dinner 5:00 p. pi. to 8:00 p. m.
lOIIRISOft CAFETERIA
30-32 North Talatox
Read the hwm
ADMISSION
Night, 23c-55o
Typhoon Cooled
Can a woman still love a man
who. in a fit of mad jealousy,
seared her shoulder with the
brand of his ranch cattle?
By all the rules of the story
books, Joan Carver should hav
cast her husband forever from
her life.
But "The Branding Irc:j"
bigger than story books, bigger
than conventions bigger thhn
anytnmg Dut tne life it
faithfully reflects.
From thf
Novel by
Katherine
Newlin
Burt
James Kirkwood
ces
17c
Rose's Daughter"
BUTTER, Per lb.
i
s
Matinee
" 7c28c
For Swt News
mi

xml | txt