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f Quality Hardware at Lowest Prices RAY HARDWARE CO. Right on the Corner. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National League. Won. Lost. Pet. .773 .667 .619 .550 .429 .375 .286 .278 Pittsburg 17 Brooklyn 15 5 8 S 9 12 15 15 13 Vew York 13 vChlcAgo ..11 Boston 9 'Cincinnati 9 .Philadelphia- 6 ''fct. !lxxuls ...5 x American League. Won. LobL Pet .696 ,.565 .543 .529 .526 Cleveland .......... ...18 Detroit ..t.13 Washington ......12 lioston 9 New York .......10 Ht. Louis a 8 I'hlladelphla '. 7 " 7 10 10 8 9 12 12 400 ,316 Southern Association. Won. Lost. Pet. .826 .522 .519 .478 .444 .456 .417 .381 ' ; ; BasebaD i r- 3 j Memphis ......19 4 Atlanta .....12 11 Now Orleans 14 13 Birmingham ...f 11 12 Mobile .12 15 Nashville 10 " 12 Chattanooga . ..v.....10 . 14 Little BQCk 8 13 Army Navy League. Won. Lost. Pet. , 0 1.000 1 .750 1 .750 ' 1 .750 2 .509 2 .600 3 .000 3 .000 3 .000 II. T. A. Outlaws 3 8 3 8 2 2 0 0 0 " Second Co. Boond P.at. First Co. Xj T A Hospital ..: Third Co. : tlarincs YESTERDAY'S .SCORES National Boston, 1; Pittsburg, 0 (13 innings). Brooklyn, 5: Cincinnati 4. New York, 4; St. Louia, 1. .Philadelphia, 8; Chicago, 19. American Detroit, 2; New York, 1. Chicago, 2; Boston, 3.' Cleveland, 14; Washington, L St. Louis, 1; Philadelphia, 0. 1 Southern. Mobile, 1; Memphis, 4. Others, rain. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY National. St. Louis at New York. Chicago ol Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Pittsburg at Boston. Amarican Philadelphia .at St. Louis. Boston at Chicago. " New York at Detroit. Washington at Cleveland. Southern J Little Rock at Atlanta. 1 Nashville at Mobile. . J Chattanooga at Birmingham. INGROWN NAIL TURNS OUT ITSEF A few drops of "Outgro" upon the skin surrouftc'ing the ingrowing nail reduces inflammation and pain and so toughens the tender, sensitive skin un derneath the toe nail that it canno penetrate the flesh, and the nail turns naturally outward almost over night. "Outgro" Is a harmless antiseptic manufactured for chiropodists. How ever, anyone can buy. from the drug store a, tiny bottle containing direc tions. XPECT MOTHERS For Thre'Gnrtlonsi Have Mad Child-ttlrth ' Easier By Using ORUO TQftli WiTf PO SOOKLttON MOTMIRHOOOANDTHt tASY.rill iRApntbO BiaUUTO CO.. DIPT. 0. ATUNTA(A. DANCING l TONIGHT at LIBERTY INN Special Music by Anderson Douglas Jazz Band 30 u. Mailj Ire Jos. Coleman The ffopafar PrlceStore THE NAVY TEAM HITS ARMY CHAMPIONS Second Battalion Romps on First Com pany From Fort Barrancas. Second Battalion took the bis end. of a 9-6 score from the Fort Barrancas First company, in a loosely played 'game on the, blimp field at the anvy yard yesterday. The Second Battalion open ed their half of the first inning with two runs, made - on a trio of errors by the visitors. First company drew their first blood in the fourth. . With two men down Harvey ripped out a two-bagger to left field, and. then scored on Herman's tin gle past second. The inning was fin ished when Ikner filed out to left field. Second Battalian came bade in their half of the fourth and delivered up two ad ditional runs. In the fifth, Sweeney and Rodman singled and were brought home by F. J. Allen's home run. The game appeared to be a walk-over for the navy until the sixth, when Bracken walked, and was shoved over the home plate by a homer delivered by Edwards. Three other runs followed these in tap Id suc cession. The navy came back in their end of the sixth and chalked up two additional runs .and there the count stood during the remainder of the game. The score: Mistreating the Visitors. 2ND BATTALION ABRHPOAE Farrell, rf Borders, 2b ........... 4 Allen,. R. E., If. ........ Sweeney, ss ... 4 2 1 0 0 0 4 111 1 3 4 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 1 0 4 1 4 X 1 10 0 0 3 1 1 5 0 0 8 0 1 0 0 0 8 10 1 0 0 3 2 13 4 0 32 9 1 21 9 4 1 Rodman, lb 'Allen, F. J., c ......... uenma, so , ... Madrid cf .... Boilou. p Totals ............. 1ST COMPANY Bracken, If Wynn, 2b, ss . t ABRHPOAE 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 9 4 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 Edwards, 3b Harvey, o . Ikner, lb too. Herman, ss, 2b ........ 0 lvO 12 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Nolan, cf Bell, i rf . Hughes, p v. Totals (,... 30 6 6 18 8 6 . Summary: Two base hit Harvey. Home runs Allen, P. J. Edwards. Struck out By Boilou, 5; by Hughes, 9 Base on balls Off Boilou, . 1. Left on bases Second Btatalion, 4; First Company, 8. Batsmen hit By - Boilou (Borders and Farrell.) Umpire, Lockhart. ' Navy Teams Meet. Immediately following the Army-Navy game, L. T. A. and H. T. A., considered the two leading teams at the navy yard, met for a seven inining round.. Lighter-Than-Alr jumped into the game in earn est right from the start, nnd scored two runs in their half of the first inning. Both runs were made off errors. Both teams were held scoreless then until the fourth, when Manning for H. T. A. slipped a bombshell into the "Gassers" in the shape of a home run. In the sixth Ridgon opened for II. T. A. with a three bagger, and tied the 1 scorfe on Frick's fly to centen. The game stood 'a tie at two until the lucky seventh, when L. T. A.'s infield weakened and let in four runs on a succession of - hits and errors. A home, run by Winfrey, a pinch hitter for L.t'T.- A. in the seventh brought up their; runs to three, and left the soore btanding at . 6-3. Engle, for 'the victors, showed excellent pitching qualities, allowing only three hits, two of vWhich were doubtful, and dealing. ten strikeouts to his oppon ents. Pearson showed good work in the pinches. Th score: - - . How They Played H. T. A. ' ABHHPOAE ' Lockhert, 3b .4.01 2 01 Wrenzensky, 2b 4 1 1 2 2 0 Newcomer, ss ......... 4 10110 Hanners, If ...:....... 4 01 1 0 0 Whltlock, lb v.., .4114 0 0 Manning, cf 4 2 2 0 0 0 Rlgdon, rf 4 ,1 2 0-0 0 Frick. e 4 0 1 10 1 0 i:ngla p' 4 0 0 1 2 1 Totals . 36 6 9 21 6 2 AB R H PO A E L. T. A. Joffray, If 1! 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 2 0 0 1' 0 0 2 Coti nelly, c Paine, ss .. Pearson, p Donovan, lb Norman, cf Brlttaln, rf. Thurber, 2b DeLlsle, 3b Wlnifrey . 1 2 8 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 1 0 0 Totals . .. 27 3 3 21 Batted for Norman in seventh. 7 5 Scoro by innings R H. T. A. , 000 101 46 L. T. A 200 000 13 Summary: Three base hit Rigdon Home runs Manning, i Winifrey. Bases on ' balls Off Engle, 2; off Pearson, 8. Left On base.i H. T. A., 8; L. T. A., 2. Struck out By Engle, 10; by Pearson, 4. Batsman hit By Engle (Joffray). - . v WHITMANS DEFEAT BAPTIST CHURCH Twilight Leagu Preliminary Game is Loosely Played. In a loosely played and uninteresting game at East Hill yesterday afternoon the Whitmans defeated the First Baptist-church team 8 to 1 in five innings. Errors by, both teams marred the game. The score: Whitmans ............. 100 168 4 5 Church ' 010 001 2 7 Batteries: Lewis and Geist; Ellis and Oliver. Umpires, Kelson and Bell. SCHAEFFER WINSFIRST . BLOCK FROM HOREMANS ( SAN FRANCJSCO, May 11. Jake Schaeffer of San Francisco, won the first block of , a 4.000 match of 18.2 billiards from Edouard Horemans, Bel gian champion, late today, 400 to 49. "HEADLINE" IS HERE THE 5c CIGAR HOTELS NEYYORK CITY-HOTEL Joyce Vr V4 Fourtee. floors of annlight MIAMI Florida itllillll 1 1U1 1UU PENS ACOLA JAP COLLEGE TEAM WINS SECOND GAME OF TOUR CHICAGO, May 11. The " Waseda university Japanese baseball team won the second game of its tour, defeating Northwestern university, 17 to l, to day. While the Invaders were making 14 hits the American team was held to two safeties by the Japanese pitch ers. Score: ' : -' Waseda ."..17 14 3 Northwestern ...'..."' ' 1 2 6 Taniguchi, Arlta and Kugi; Palmer, Lawson, L. Nelson and Curtis. DETROIT AMERICANS WIN A SPECTACULAR GAME DETROIT, May 11. -The Detroit Americans won a spectacular game from New York today,, 2 to 1. Detroit won in the eighth inning when Cobb bluffed a steal. Bush stealing home. Score: - v New York ......010.' 000 000 1 7 1 Detroit ........010 000 01x 2 9 0 Hoyt and Schang; ' Sutherland and AInsmltht. i : BASEBALL SCORES At Cambridge: . Holycross, 3; Har vard, 1. At Princeton: Penn State, 6; Prince ton, 5 (10 innings). . .. ,.t ... :;. At Philadelphia. Delaware, 1; Penn sylvania, 3. . , . . , . . At Raleigh: "North Carolina State, 9; Trinity, 3. At Annapolis: University of Mary land, 8; Navy 11. At West Point: Columbia, 3; Army, 2i lAt Athens, . Ga: Washington ' and Lee, 2; Georgia University, 1. A Due West, S. C: Clemson, 3; Er skine, 5. ' At New Haven: Yale, 9; Williams, 5. . . '.-. ; . J.:-- At Chicago:' Jlllnbls, 11; Chicago, 10. NAVY DEFEATS JOHN V HOPKINS AT TENNIS ANNAPOLIS, May 1L Navy de feated Johns Hopkins at tennis, here today, five games to one. PRINCETON BEST RUTGER. PRINCETON. N. J., May 11. Princeton defeated Rutgers at tennis today, 9 matches to 0. KID WILLIAMS BESTS O'GATTY. NEW YORK, May 11. Kid Wtfl llams, of Baltimore, Md., former , ban tamweight chimpion, . defeated Packey O'Gatty, of New York, , in the ninth round of a 12rround. match tonight, when the referee stopped the contest to save the local boy from further punishment. Each weighed 120 3-4 pounds. - n tjttxt a t o nnrn a mx-r-k - CARDINALS DEFEATED BY NEW YORK GIANTS NEW YORK, May 11. The New York Nationals rallied in the late in nings today and defeated St.. Louis, 4 to 1. Doak, starting his first game of the season held New York to a scratch hit for five lnnnings, but then weakened. Score:- ; St. Louis ......000 . 100 0001 6 ,0 New York .....000 001 21x- 4 7 0 Doak and Clemons; Toney and E. Smith. ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE DOES IT When your shoes pinch or your corns and bunions ache so that you are tired all over, get Allen's Foot-Ease, the an tiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes and sprinkled in the footbath. It will take the sting out of corns and bun ions and. give instant relief to Smarting, Aching, Swollen Tender feet. 1,500,000 pounds of powder for the feef were used by - our Army and Navy during the war, Sold everywhere. Adv. DOWNEY DEFEATS KLESCH. TOLEDO, Ohio, May 11. Bryan Downey, of . Cleveland, easily defeated Johnny Klesch, also of Cleveland, In their 12-round bout, here tonight. The men are mlddlewelghts. Let Cuticura Heal Your Skin In the treatment of all skin troubles bathe freelv with Cnri. Ctira SoaD and hot wafpr rlrv gently, and apply Cuticura Ointment to the affected parts. Do not fail to include the ex quisitely scent'Ai Cutimra Tal cum m your toilet preparations. "f:JmD26e- OwtnMurtKidHe. TateamSSe. 9MP M?M WltbOOt 31 . Wt 71t Street HOTEL TA-MIAMI The mott pert,. entiUted hotel ia JOURN A L, THURSD AY MORNING,- MAY 12,1921 , MEMPHIS TAKES ANOTHER FROM THE MOBILE BEARS ' ' MOBILE, May 11. Memphis made it four straight from Mobile this after noon by defeating the locals. Mo 1. Fulton had one bad inning In which the visitors scored enough runs to win the game. . Score: Memphis ......030 000 010 4 8 2 Mobile" 000 100 000 1 6 ' 2 'Tuero and Hungling; Fulton and Pon(i- , Ji. APPALACHIAN LEAGUE TO BEGIN PLAY TODAY KNOXVILLE, Tenn, May 11. The Appalachian league will be revived to morrow when . the : first of the ' 104 games will be played in the six city circuit. - Cleveland opens at Knoxville, Kings -port, at Bristol and- Greenville at Johnson City, The season' will be split and a post season series will be played if neces sary zor the league champion. . CUT, THIS OUTIT IS WORTH MONEY. ' ' .Cut out this slip! enclose with So and mail It to Foley & Co., 2835 Shef field Ave Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package con taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound for coughs colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills for pains In sides and back;, rheumatism, backache, kid ney and bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a "wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic for con stipation, biliousness, headaches, and sluggish bowels. Sold everywhere. Adv. ":' 2BYS2KO DOWNS KOTSONARES TWICE COLUMBUS, Ohio. May 11. Stanis laus Zbyszko, world's champion heavy weight wrestler, defeated George Kot sonares, local heavyweight, In straight falls in a wrestling match here tonight. The champion secured both falls by toe-holds, the first in . fifty-five min utes and the second in thirteen min utes. : JACK DEMPSEY BEGINS TRAINING IN EARNEST ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., May 11. Jack Dempsey did his first shadow boxing and sparring today eince his arrival at his camp here, where he is preparing for his bout with Georges Carpentier at Jersey City, July 27 v Mayor Edward L. Bader, on horse back, acted as pempsey's pacer this morning. . Dempsey also spent consid erable time In the gymnasium today. CATTLE ROAMING IN CITY TO BE STOPPED Heavy fines hereafter are to be im posed on owners of cattle found at large within the city limits ,city offi cials say because of the many com plaints having been made of damage done , by such cattle. Owners whose cattle are found .to' have trespassed more than once are especially liable to heavy fine.. It-is said these cattle have already damaged greately im provements made at Bayview park. NEGRO FROM MOLINO HELD FOR VAGRANCY Sam Johnson, negro, was placed In the county Jail yesterday on charge,s of vagrancy and jail breaking, after having broken out of the lock-up at Molino, where he, had been placed on charges of vagranoy and of being a suspicious character. It is said that work was , offered Johnson at Molino but he refused the offer. DRINK AT OUR FOUNT SIM BOOK OF SODA 50c THIS OFFER GOOD ONLY FOR . THURSDAYS You See Here?s the Pmt ; We have aljvays . enjoyed the largest soft drink business in the city, and we intend that our fountain dispensers shall be kept constantly busy, and that the popularity of our drinks shall be maintained, and as an extra inducement for your fountain patronage , ... . WITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE OF $1.00 ON THURSD AYS, WE WILL SELL YOU A $1.00 BOOK OF SODA CHECKS , FOR 50c. ' This gives you an exceptional opportunity of getting your drinks adjust half-price without any additional cost to you there are'quite a few things that you may be needing in the drug, toilet and sundry line, and by purchasing them on THURSDAYS you reap the benefit of the $1.00 book of soda checks for 50c. Come in and ask the salesman. PHONE 19. SHERIFF. LEAVES TO GET "BAD MEN" Extradition Papers for James Nichols Reaches Texas. 'Sheriff Ellis left last night for Hous ton, Texas, to take charge of James Nichols, held there for the Florida au thorities. Sheriff Ellis was notified yes terday that the 'extradition papers for Nichols had arrived at Houston and that the man was there awaiting ; a Florida officer. There is a warrant fov J., Morris, also under arrest at Houston, but no extra dition papers. It is understood an appli cation has been made for the papers and it is expected they wil be forwarded in time to enable Sheriff Ellis to bring both men back together. Nichols and? Morris are charged with grand larceny and, their cases were passed when the docket of the court of record was called Monday. The warrants for their arrest were sworn out in Judge Bellinger's court, in connection with the "diamond" mystery. . Fred Schad returned from Houston, Texas, last night, where he saw the men arrested there charged with be ing implicated in a swindling opera tion here. - Mr, Schad says that he was not a victim of these men, and that he lost no money. He also stated that he did not see the men when they were in this city, but ' that after seeing them in the Texas city he did recognize one of them as being a man who was in this city about a year ago and who was at that time alleged tp have been caught trying to cheat ; some men In Pensacola."- He also says that about $4,000 of tne money said to nave Been taken by these men on the recent trip was lo cated in Mobile.. Mr. Schad said that his interest in the case was purely one of friendship, he going to Texas In order to locate the men for friends of his who are said to have been victims of the men arrested. DELEGATES LEAVE FOR BAPTIST CONVENTION Rev. A. C. Odom, Jr., pastor of the East Hill Baptist. church, left yester-r day for Chattanooga, where he goes to attend the Southern ' Baptist con vention opening there today as a dele gate from the Pensacola Bay Baptist association. Other delegates to the convention leaving yesterday were: Rev. C. C. Eiland, Jr., of Baker, and Rev. C. B. Glaize of DeFuniak Springs. In the absence of the pastor, at the morning services at the East Hill Bap tist church Sunday A. S. Edwards will address the - congregation, particularly the younger, workers in the; church. At the time of the evening cervices a special program will be given under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Penn and Miss Vera Hendrix. ' MOLINO ROOSTERS DEFEAT GONZALEZ The Molino Roosters defeated the Gonzalez Bearcats 15 to . 5, at Gon zalez, yesterday afternoon, in a nine inning game. Molino claims to have the fastest club in the county, outside of Pensacola. Batteries yesterday were: Molino, O. Beard and Lewis; Gonzalez, McDonald and Carter. The Central Pharmacy Block's Candies Kodak Films, Magazine and Druggists Sundries CHECKS Ifecdra Balk corn's 'THE PRESCRIPTION STORE" T.AniFS' Auxiliary US.W.V.TOJl;uir A anlal nioMn? - of tne Joules Auxiliary No. 1 of the United Spanish Wkr Veterans.lwill be held this eve ning at 7:30 olock, at Armory hall. New officers wl be elected and sev eral new members will be mustered in. There wilLftv music .and refresh ments will be served. . - Those who are Vligible for member ship into this orknization are, rela tives of Spanish vir veterans, nurses and other patriotii women who , were engaged in war work during Spanish war and Philippine Insurrection. ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" (on Genuine Beware! ' Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin pre scribed by physicians for twenty-one years and proved safe by millions. Take Aspirin only as told in the Bay er package for Colds, Headache, Neu ralgia,: Rheumatism, Earache, Tooth ache, Lumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packages. Aspirin is ,the trade mark of Bayer manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid. Havana tobacco used is the Good and big tO look t-oter dinner shape. MMSfA Good and mild to taste just enough body. Mj. Good and big to the very, end Sold by live dealers everywhere. Buy two JOHN RUSKINS today and save the coupon bands for valuable prem iums. L LEWIS CIGAR MFG. CO. NEWARK, N. J. Largest Independent Cigar Factory in the worla S.D.WINN CIGAR Co. Montgomery, . Ala. Distributors. ' $i BOOK OF THIS OFFER GOOD ONLY ON THURSDAYS Co SPORT OXFORDS Have you noticed how a good looking Sport Oxford shows off that Sport costume? We are showing the right kind of SPORT OXFORDS. Combinations of black and white, brown and white, all white in buckskin, kid, reign skin and canvas. PRICED TO PLEASE GLAD TO SHOW YOU The Meyer Shoe Co. Pensacola's Popular Shoe Store choicest grown wmmm THE PUREST AND BEST DRINKS IN THE CITY SODA CHECKS PHONE 123 mwmmm 4 m o cents each the South. Open all the year.