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THE PENSAHOLA JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1922
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OUR COOL SUMMER
J UNDERWEAR ....
VOUR HOT SPRING
TRIP TO DAPHNE
Will Meet With Rotarians of Mobile
and Brewton in All Day Picnic in
An old timer was picking his un
steady way homewa rd he
& topped glanced in a Restau
rant and read this sign
Pork and Beans... 25c
J Ham and Eggs. . . .35c
f'Hurrah for the ham and eggs,"
he shouted and continued on his
way. Now then. Tlje score
stands like this
, Your old warm Spring
i Our cool ROCKINGCHAIR
' Union Suits $1.50
Hurrah for the ROCKING
CHAIR Union Suits ! All sizes.
i Sinfe Store
!MiwjiiCTr'"jiitt lif t 'I
will brighten your ap
pearance and add to
Promptly at seven o'clock this morn
ing all Rotarians and guests will as
semble at the San Carlos hotel, leav
ing there promptly at 7:15 for Daphne,
Ala., on the chores of Mobile Bay
where they will bo entertained by the
Mobile Rotary club. It is said that
the Rotarian who does not go will be
fined five dollars, to be donated to the
Rotary baseball team.
Brewton, the Baby Club of Rotary, in
the eighth district, will also go over
land to Daphne, to enjoy the day with
the Pensacola and Mobile clubs.
The following Rotarians will make
Capt. Ike Aiken, Max L. Bear and
family, C. S. Bonacker and wife, Hun
ter Brown and wife, S. II. Bell, Sol
Cahn, C. II. Collier, W. Huxley Car
ter, Roger Collins, W. C. Diffenderfer,
C. B. Duffy. Geo. J. Emmanuel, Wm
Fisher, W. B. Ferriss, W. C. Forsythe,
R. C. Greenaway, J. L. Hendrick, Jack
Holtzclaw, Harry Houston, Johnny
Jones, Henry Jeudevine, A. H. Jones,
Morris Levy, H. A. Lurton; Wm. Leon
ard, J. H McCormack, John Massey,
W. C. Mackey, Ed R. Malone and wife,
John A. Merritt,, J. P. Moore, D. S
ODDenhelmer and family. Dr. W. C.
Payne, J. V. Price, E. W. Peake, Dr.
M. E. Quina, A. L. Reinschmidt and
family. Jack Ryan and family, Fred
M. Scott, Taul Stewart, Danny Scar
rltt, J. II. Sherrill and wife, F. L.
Touart. L. E. Thornton, Dr. J. B. Til
ler, C. H. Turner, Rev. Francis Tappey
and family, V. J. Vidal, James A. White
Walker D. Willis and wife, Frank E
Wells, C. A. Weiss and family, J. P.
W. Zirkelbach. The following guests:
J. S. Reese and wife, Thos. W. Brent
and wife, Alex Friedman and wife.
The party Will return at seven
o'clock this evening:
ENSIGN DAVIS TO BE
WITH LOCAL AGENCY
Will Be Connected With Studebaker
Agency at the Expiration of his
Term of Service
"Where Linen Lasts"
Ensign Sanders W. Davis, one of the
well-known instructors in aeronautics
at the Pensacola Xaval Air Station,
announced yesterday that he would
become connected with tha local
agency for Studebaker automobiles, of
which Jack Crenshaw is manager,
after June 25.
Ensign Davis is rated as one of the
most proficient pilots at the air sta
tion, and during his -period of service
here he has made many friends both
at the station and in the city who will
be pleased to know that he has decid
ed to make his home in Pensacola. He
came to Pensacola in December, 1917,
later received his flying orders, and
for some time has been instructor. He
will be detached June 25 and will im
mediately take up his position with
the local Studebaker agency.
; (Established 1890)
The Most Economical
, Automobile Built
131 East Inlendencia St.
TWO MEN AND WOMEN ARE
JAILED FOR FIGHTING
Three persons, George Fleming,
William Kroll, Jr., and Frances Keid
niger were arrested by city police yes
terday and are facing charges of fight
ing as a result of a disturbance which
occurred at 313 South Baylen street
About a week ago a warrant was
sworn out for the arrest of Fleming
on a charge of assualting the Keid
niger woman, but as he could not be
found by the police were unable to ar
rest him. However, he now faces two
charges, and It is understood that the
trouble yesterday arose over the prev
BRAVES TO HEAR
Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics Will
Speak to Kiwanians at Regular
Luncheon Today at San
- Carlos -
Admiral "W. A. Moffett .chief of the
Bureau of Aeronautics, will address
the Kiwanis club today on the naval
air program, as It affects the activities
of the Pensacola Naval Air Station.
The opportunity to hear Admiral
Moffett, one of the most distinguished
officers of the navy, and one most
familiar with aircraft in this country,
will no doubt make the attendance one
hundred percent at the luncheon today,
and all members are asked to. arrive
At this time the aviation program,
more han any other feature of the
navy, is of interest throughout the
world, because of the realization that
aircraft is the determining factor in
all wars of the future.
In Pensacola the subject is of par
ticular interest, not only because of
the fact that one of the most Import
ant stations in the world Is located
at Pensacola, but also for the reason
that land flying has just been added
to the course at the Pensacola naval
air station, and that it was Pensacola's
privilege to supply two of the landing
fields to be uesd by the aviators, one
near Goulding and one west of the
-Admiral Moffett is taking a course
in aviation at the Pensacola . station,
and recently made a record flight from
Pensacola to Mobile.
CARGOES OF LUMBER
FOR SOUTH AMERICA
Greek Steamer Loads Cargo of Over
Two Million Feet Her Britisher
After loading a complete cargo of
lumber aggregating 2,285,866 superfi
cial feet, the Greek steamship Iossi-
foglu cleared yesterday for Rosario,
Argentina, where the valuable ship
ment of lumber is consigned. The en
tire cargo was supplied by the .Pensa
cola Lumber and Timber Company
and is valued at a good sum. While
here the vessel also took on bunkers
of coal for the ship's use.
Another clearance of the day was
the Eritish- steamer Molesey which al
so took lumber here, and 200 tons of
coal. The part cargo of lumber fur
nished by the Southern States Lumber
company amounted to 699,378 feet. She
wil Isail to Buenos Aires Roads to
await further orders from her operators.
FLY OF AFRICA
How Method of Fighting This
Pest Inspired Manufacture of
Sweet Dreams Mosquito Remedy.
Retains AH Medicinal Virtues
But Purified From Dangerous
and Unpleasant Effects Sold
Under the Name "Calotabs."
Science has given us smokeless pow
der, wireless telegraphy, colorless
iodine and tasteless quinine now
comes the good news for everybody
that the pharmaceutical chemists have
perfected a nausealess calomel that
does all the work of the old-style cal
omel without the danger, griping, nau
sea or sickening after-effects. After
the most extensive and critical tests,
all. of which proved eminently success
ful, the new tablet known as "Calo
tabs" is on sale at all drug stores. It
presents all of the system-purifying
and liver-cleansing qualities of the
old-style calomel, but is pleasant to
take and entirely safe and delightful
in its after-effects.
One tablet on the tongue at bed
time with a swallow of water, that's
all; no taste, no nausea, no griping.
The next morning you are feeling fine,
liver clean, appetite splendid. Eat
what you please no danger nor unpleasantness.
Bew&re of imitations! Genuine Cal-
otabs are sold only in "checker-board"
(blacky and white) packages bearing
the copyrighted trade-mark "Calotabs"
The large, family size sells for thirty
five cents; vest-pocket size, ten cents.
All dealers are authorized to refund
the price if you are not delighted with
CaJotabs. i-adv. " ' " ' .
If you tell your wants in the
classified column you are sure
Mens Cotton h
fExtra Fine Quality, Black
Gray, Tan and Blue
50c values, Thursday
4 pairs for
Palafox and Intendencia
A slight difference in operat
ing methods is being inaugu
rated at the Pensacola tele
phone exchange. When a
number is called for, with re
ceiver to ear, the ringing of
the telephone called will be
heard slightly by the calling
party, making it unnecessary
for the operator to announce
that she is ringing.
SOUTHERN BELL TELE
PHONE & TELEGRAPH CO.
2 P. M.
TODAY THRU TOMORROW
BALCON Y-17c MAIN FLOOR
Can the glittering radience of diamonds restore the bloom
to a rose that Is crushed?
la woman ever justified In marrying for money? Can
she really be happy?
What profits a king the Tuxury of his palace If the soul
of it is gone?
Come thrill at DE MILLE'S plcturlzation of the greatest
marriage melodrama ever written.
DISTRICT PRESIDENT OF
. I. O. B. Ii. ON VISIT HERE
T. E. WILLIAMS & CO.
1 1 itc Parlor Market
' FRESH WESTERN MB ATS
Poultry, Egos aai Grin UrorrIeu
"'torn of AD Tht Pur"
r 1 1 -
Phone 564 for Good Service
Boston Shoe Shop
10 West Romana
Work Called for and Delivered
S. J. "Westheimer Of Houston, Texas.
president of the district grand lodge of
I. O. O. 'F., is In Pensacola on an official
visit and will speak to the members of
the well known organization In thic city
at the Progress club tonight in the In
terest of the membership drive that is
being put on In this district. Mr. West
heimer is making a tour of all the cities
in the district in the interest of the
campaign and it is expected that there
will be an Interested audience of local
members to hear him tonight.
DEFENDANT WINS OUT
IN SUIT FOR DAMAGES
The ca3e of L. G. Crosby vs. A. Henry
White and brother, which vent to trial
in the court of record yesterday morn
ing terminated last night shortly after
S o'clock when the Jury rendered a ver
dict for tha defendant after being out
about an hour. The suit arose over a
transaction where a note was involved
and the plaintiff was seeking the sum
of $3,000, but was unsuccessful.
John P. Stokes appeared for the de
fendant, while Sam Pasco represented
TO STOP COUGHING AT NIGHT
A summer bronchial cough keeps not
only the sufferer but other members
of the family awake. Alfred Barker,
1061 Avondale St, E. Liverpool, O.,
writes: "I consider It my duty to
write and tell the results of Foley's
Honey and Tar, which I used for my
boy who had been suffering from a
bronchial cough for 7 or 8 weeks. Fo
ley's Honey and Tar has done him
wonderful, good, and I shall always
recommend it." It soothes and heais.
Sold Everywhere. Advertisement.
MORNING AND EVENING
A traveler in relating his various
experiences In Africa, casually men
tioned how the natives protected them
selves against the ravages of the
Tsetse fly. As is generally known, the
bite of this fly results In "sleeping
sickness," a malady from which no
unfortunate ever recovers.
It was reasoned that a remedy cap
able of keeping off these flies would
also keep mosquitoes off. So In Amer
ica this remedy was reproduced as
nearly as possible. Having been found
exceptionally satisfactory as n mos-i
quito remedy, this mixture has since
been offered in commerce under the
trade name of Sweet Dreams. The ef
ficiency of the preparation has caused
its Immediate acceptance everywhere.
And the traveler doesn't yet know that
his entertaining story resulted in the
birth of an industry.
When mosquitoes are troublesome
try Sweet Dreams. Sold everywhere
35c or 3 bottles for $1.00. adv.
Special Instruction Requested for Sev
enth and Eighth Grade Pupils
There is a movement on foot among a number of
interested people to have a special course in arithmetic
for seventh and eighth grade pupils in connection with
the summer school to be held at the High School build
ing, opening July 3.
All parents interested are requested to phone 1500
and leave their names and addresses, and if there are
enough interested it may be possible to secure one of
the very best instructors in arithmetic to have charge
of this class.
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LLOYD "HAM" HAMILTON In
"THE RAIN. MAKER"
(Multiple Reel CorreW
Isit DeLuxe Orchestra
Typhoon Cooling Sytem
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boughtyou and 8 paid for you and you're mine!"
THE DOWN TOWN
this, I hate you.
Open 12 noon
IV A, 4JJU.
KATHERINE MAC DONALD
FRECKLES BARRY AND TOM McGUIRE
"STRANGER THAN FICTION"
Crook Police Raid And an Aerial Clrcua
ALSO JOHNNY HINES In 'TORCHY'S GHOST"
.Your Last Opportunity to See
"OVER THE HILL"
Open 2 p. m.
Prf fflC MATINEE, 17c-28c
riltCOa NIGHT, 2Sc-55c
SMxntea" OVER. THE HILL
Wiu-ia rot noOvCtOH
"COME ON OVER"
With Coleen Moore
"Beating the Game"
1 J.J..U II . '
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FOUR NEW VICTOR DANCE RECORDS
18898 Coo-Coo Fox Trot
IQcky-Koo Fox Trot
1S900 Kitten on the Keys Fox Trot
Pick Me Up and Lay Me Down in Dear Old
Dixieland Fox Trot
18902 Loveable Eyes Fox Trot
I Love Her She Loves Me
18903 Some Sunny Day
P. Whiteman and Orchestra
Green Bros. Marimba Orchestra
Zez Confrey and Orchestra
Club Royal Orchestra
Club Royal Orchestra
Zez Confrey and Orchestra
Campbell & Burr
Come in and let us play over these late hits; you'll enjoy listen
ing to them.
HEAIt GARBER DAVIS LATEST
75c . Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
3615" Kiss Mamma, Kiss Papa
GILMORE PHONOGRAPH CO.
109 So. Palafox St. . Phone 1093
We Repair All Makes of Phonographs.
21 S. Palafox
o Phone 209
Phone 200 n ggc
TO ANY PLACE IN THE CITY
All New Dodge and Oldsmobile Cars.
Navy Yard Trips, (1 to 4 passengers), $2.00
SAN-CARLOS TAS CO."
South Entrance San Carlos Hotel
We can now furnish everything for
Complete Radio Sets "
. We Build Radio Sets to Order
Peake Electric Company
PHONE 345 31 WEST GARDEN
MAIL ORDERS FILLED THE DAY RECEIVED