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thai Men, Women and Children read ' l'u;foriu. I'or BiRger and Better Pen- Full night and day teased wire j' ports of Associated Press, , NewspJ I'lBdiiltenteii Americanism; a square - AH. riHr,1 discussion of the Problems pay Without Partiality. , .a per Enterprise Association and othl.i re irisaied features. WEST FLORIDA PAPER XXVII. NO. 244. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1922. TWENTY-FOUR PAGES PRICE FIVE CEN1 it S fl O ME i : - l.i -r vlL. iv- D)W 0) OKMt0 MaM f u U Is JSJaJ uu PlMJ Ltj U It '? 'rxmnB .1 . I w 7 R il ii a v gcience leads. tyaUh In the air. 0P,e ounce typewriter. 5:n and moon pull. uai t ;Y aTHUR BRISBANE. . 1 as Important as the 7.' . (j-i.r tlsts uinl their dls--L, r,t Cainbrlds''. Mass. Un net one A incrican In a i l.now what was said or -, i'. nvi-ntion. "-. iv the wise men dis- vt, 1-.,stl.ilit of Kcttlnsr car i... ::r. ,i;t; trie ground for coal to 1'.',. ,i nml ek-etricity. We send r.. South America for ni- .. ; ;1 . :f vi. ,, . i.; ah' there is carbon i of tons, cnuupu to last l.lirogt-n in Quantities eereta Ira Big Frmm I.: 4 i ..r know something about ;r:i from tho air and iiava soon solved that big commercial basis. ts ho can do it now, :.;.nt "will let him tak from the air carbon to maces we do not know will bo discovered in hu even Imagine a world ; l.i the future to limit the :,;r and depleting of the at by taking out too much -.' nitrogen for use hero on : money the Rockefellers and i.'ds ever dreamed about is v idow's mite compared with 'd billions that float in the , you. I GIGANTIC CONSPIRACY Steered Contracts In volving Expenditure of Hundreds of Millions. Perry-Lloyd Jones Acquire Three More Large Dailies Tl. scientists study and discuss r.er;t;nns, big and littlo. When one i,a.:i.;is ilnlahcd his discourse on the -.,y;:.Uity of taking power and fer from the air. another takes vest pocket a typewriter one ounce, a machine that . actually uses. :.v.lifcr hi that liumaa -1- are rot ns Important as they l.ut "inslstildeant insects thrust .,V ," httlo speok, our earth, ,i,T f-ny for an instant." Xev- 1.,'.,. ? v.,-, think, as Descartes says, :, ', " are Bomething. Ir . ' you learn that the sun r.'i ; puUlng on tl;e earth, dvasr of shape by the power of v. :,;u:;. are responsible for earth - , ,. v brlnps the sad news that i. tiuind Canyon of the Colorado is c-" :;lt wider, "tho walla slowly worn c i.y erosion. Kye and bye that u.v.iii.jent enriosity will have dis rted. But don't worry; It wil k about as it does now to your . endants of a thousand penera- as from tuw: and you know that i r-je only generations, of SO :,.:i each, from tho birth of Christ. Three large newspapers the Minneapolis Daily Neva, the Readlngr. Pa., Mornins News Time and the Reading Evening Telewam have been purchased by John H. Perry and Itlchard Lloj-d Jones, owners of the Perry-Uoyd Jones Newspapers, announcement to this effect hav ing1 been received by Bryan Mack, manager of the Pensacola Jour nal last night. The Minneapolis Dally Xetvs lias a circulation of 63,000, and one of the finest plants In the west, the plant alone being val ued at more than a Quarter of a million dollars. The Xews will be taken over by the new owners February 1. At Reading, Pa., in addition to the two newspapers, the new owners have purchased a three story building, real estate and a mechanical plant valued at ?250, 000.00. March 1 is the date when the Reading papers will be taken over by Perry and Lloyd-Jones. Harding Asks $6,500,000 To Modernize Battleships (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Dec. SO. In order to keep the first line of the American nayy on a par with the sea forces of I other great powers. President IIarding asked congress today for a special appropriation of ?6, 500, 000 as a beginning on a battleship moderni zation program, , change of policy resulting directly from the Washington arms confer ence, and was described by Secretary Denby in a letter accompanying the ciobody ought to fake all the .''.ings of that great scientific . ,:.,. ,11, remove fill the hard spots ;.r p.'tro something interesting, : a -x condensation, to he print ;:, l.-.st ailments In all of the news 'cj ','f tlie country. ' '-: w.niforting thought Is eup M 1 L'r. Mennd, wlio tells that 'TC'.-xt.' convention about tho tem- i''.r' on various ulanets. I .lupitfcr th tumperature is to ucrp-ea below zero, centi- .':. TV. J i: k what your coal bill I- i that planet, with one as CO of our years. :r u 1 laid the keel of a great yesterday. Tho fight- v". ),c quickly rushed to Tho nrlti.su talk r.lccly "!:uur,ent but they don't viVi-Mi"!nir it. 'ou can't ii. Whila the ooans are ":i their ship?, they must M.iys on tho water to -t litj.iii mainly Is supremacy " i.", i;.T'? the bat tl -siiijis of -'.-:. will do their lighting. i t, 1 ) 'lishinon vera t ccuted at a:-' vesterd.'iy b.:c-ause their ' Irish Kov.rnnioni do not '' those of ih i Free State. -' ; ?.ad and a black ending of ' (-.I .bar tht-re. a'lr jvks nro sending an army of ' un Into Thrace. They Bee Vretn V, and Italians dis 111 Turkey at Lausanne " " 'ood time for more th nl. '' f"'m a pretty good time I ! Sa.ea to hold un its "tl .'in! take this resolution: i !:.; with Kuropean af : " J:ritith ero sending ahi;s l.'ardonelle?! to maka thu j a little thUiking. "ir Is dying, in the usual i noticing it especially. liardt. you vill be glad to t.t Of bed and will see tho Ui. Sho didn't say: "I am ' t or uaj better every day, ay." but she did uy: "X .l," t.j be a pretty auto- 10)ile Steamer Inspectors Here " . l.u.-d.Ts .M.il Umii, United ' aiinl'.ip inspectors, are in !. ' i ...-!" ct'.n,.- the hulls and president's recommendation as of 0U0. Year's Political Struggle Reviewed By Lloyd George Says 1922 Witnessed Genuine Effort by All Nations for World Peace. (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. Benedict Crowell, former as sistant secretary of war, and six other war-time former officials of the war depart ment, were charged today in an indictment returned by a special federal grand jury here with conspiracy to de fraud the government and with delaying and defeating the administration of law. The seven defendants 'eve said b." the Jury to have participated unlaw, fully in the award of, the contracts let by the government during t'ae war aT.d after the armistice. Involving ex penditures totaling hundreds of mil lion1! of dollars, and in which some of their number had a pecuniary inter est. rho;e named as conspirators with Mr. Bow.'ll: William A. Starrett, New Tork, en g'.neer and architect, said to have been a member of tho firm of Star rett & Van Vleck and the Thompson Starrett Company, Inc., and later as ssotsmttfif -v 1th th-. Oeorg - A. - Fuller company, general contractors. He was chairman of the war deparTmeri's committee on emergency construct on. connected with the council of nation;"1! defense. Morton Tuttle, of Boston, Mass., 6aid to be general manager of the Aberthaw Construction company and formerly a member of the emer gency construction committee. Clemens W. Liundhoff, of Cleveland, O., said to be vice-president and gen eral manager of the Crowell-Lundoff-Little company and general manager of the Cleveland Construction com pany. He also was a member of thti emergency construction committee. Clair Foster, reported to live In Canada, and formerly associated with the Thompson-Siarrett and the George A. Fuller companies, and also with the emergency construction com mittee. James A. Meats, of Boston and Springfield, Mass., former general manager o Fred T. L,ey & Company. Inc., general contractors, to whom the f;rst contract 01 construction or a na- The year 1022 witnessed a genuine tional nrmy cantonment was awarded, struggle on the part of the nations to lib was secretary to the construction establish peace conditions in The committee In the war department dur-(world. During 1919-1920 and 1321, ing the war. "the Tarantella was still in their First of Its Kind. blood." The mad war dance was The indictment was the first of its still quivering in their limbs, and kind to be returned as a result of they could not rest. The crackle of invfstlirations of war f'-aud cases in-) musketry was incessant and made itiated by Attorney General Daugh- needful repose impossible. There was erty. Others are expected to follow not a country in Kurope or Asia completion of the presentation of evi- whose troops were not firing shots dence by department of justice agents In anger at some external or Internal -i,;,.v, ; to rnntriiv ar.rjroach- foe. America rang down the fire i,.' n ta rnulred for iiirv con- curtain until this hysterical frenzy uL.,, (had burnt itself out After identifying the defendants,! Was she right tho indictments recneu at lengiu mc it is too early yet to give the ans emergency situation brought about vver. The casa is but yet "part un- by the war and the stress under (heard" many witnessing years whose which the government labored, partlc- j evidence is relevant have not yet en ularly emphasizing the importance tered the box. It will, therefore, be 'o the construction program out o. j some time before the verdict of his which g.-ew tho great army canton- tory as to her attitude can be deMv in. nts, huge port terminals, wans- ered. 1 ouses and hospitals. I But 1522 testifies to many striking Kach o the seven defendants, the i symptoms of recovering sanity on the .i,..r,,r.t naserted "oonceived the I oart of the tortured continents. Be- fraudulent scheme and plan of getting fore 1922 you had everywhere the control, for their own gain, profit and querulity of the overstrained nerve: K.-t.m' nn.t for the Kain. profit ant the slightest offense or misunder- i . ,,. fit' ,f their nast and future cli-1 standing, however unintentional, pro Qr,.i Pirmlovers and their friends, voked a quarrel. And almdst every , .t... .i,intstr.-ition of the Immense quarrel was followed by a blow. It .r,tritton nrotrram, of was a mad world to live in. The the Lulled States during the war. in- shrieks of clawing nations rent the ... .i..,rminrinn or .he no!- European night and made it hideous. , i . followed th form of con. One distinguished general declared icy to be l " that at one period. I think it was the ti acting gross!. ' f ce 1920 tnere were thlrty c -a ii.-in i..nt l v favorable to tho contract- i ) " vl fc . ' ,, ,. fraudulently i avox wars, great and small, proceeding c 6. ana m a ' ' ,7 Vh I simultaneously saii,o extent. , who was to Warrie? tbd states Everybody and nobody. Mankind It was next charged ttat the de- had just. panged through the most fondants, "each kuowing well all the ,1!rve shattering experience in fill its premises aforesaid, did unlawfully and racin); history, and was not respon- teiuniouHly conspire, combine, con- ' ib)e for its art.icns. Millions of J federate and agree together and withyoung ,nen fov years marched I divers other persons to tne saia fci'Mlthrough such a pitiless ram ot trror Jurors univiiuwn, to defraud the Unl-j as nad not been conceived except in ltd States ly unlawfully and corruptly J jjiUon's description of tho battle delaying, impeding, obstructing, per-; acenes when fallen angels were driv vtrting, prejudicing, contravening en headlong to the deep. And when ui.d deleatmi t'r- adndrdstration d the Angel of Peace led tlys nations u.s law una lawful regulations ." ,.ut from the gates of Hell, no wonder Violation of federal statt.tes relat- j it took them years to recover sight ..... . . . .. i',u if t i ,aT"ilfV- in' tu trit- i: ocuiciuviii Both papers have Associated Press franchises. The Perry-Lloyd Jones News papers will now number eeven and will include the Tulsa Tri bune, Pensacola- Journal, Jack sonville Journal, Charleston American, Minneapolis News, Heading News-Times and th Reading Evening Telegram. "I am very much gratified to have The Pensacola Journal one of the Perry-Lloyd Jones News papers," said Bryan Mack last night when the news of the new purchases was received. "It means that Florida will be given daily advertising by these news papers, and it will surely result in developing this section of the country. "The Perry-Lloyd Jones News papers are built upon the policy of publishing without fear or fa. vor the news as it happens; con structive editorial comment and clean advertising. With such a policy adhered to the progress and success of tho newspapers is certain." "major and vital importance"-in na tional defense. Before the conference it had been, the practice to build up new ships rather than modernize old ones, a policy which no longer can be followed, because of the construction limitations imposed by the naval lim itation treaty. ' Secretary Denby reported that a de tailed . study of the program had been n ri'u'ufTy "iiavti i Of fiec-i s," it. i'i V.ikZ X h e $6,500,000 asked for would make it possible to begin work on 13 vessels. Ultimately, he estimated, the pro gram would cost a total of $30,000,- Copyright, 1922, by United Feature Syndicate. Copyright in Great Britain by London Chronicle. Copyright in Australasia by Australian Press Association. Exclusive World Rights held by United Feature Syndicate. Reproduction in Whole or in Part Prohibited. All Rights Reserved. tractors or theTuddmg construe- j Nineteen hundred and Twenty-two tt ships In Ce - inv. - '.l i' '.:. ' r 1 "i local har- -f in .Mi ui&prct .on wciea iii- tion program of the war a-aparimeiu chuit-Ti in one count, in tins rei-crc-.ice, the indictment sid. the dt ieiiaaots, caused alt competitive bfd li.ng to be dono away with in ci.nnec- .ion with the administration ol si-i iqic t July l. VJliK "Tirocurt-d stantially all buildinff construction ' i-nite(j states to be obligated f.r which Involved expenaiturw ot nun- ( drtds of millions of dollars and eluded, among other things, lt na- tU.nal army cantonments, 16 nation! guard camps. huge" port terminal, many wfl rehi-.ii.---s, hospital. .--iaticn fields, ordnance plants and fortifica tions, comprising over separata contracts. It was specifically charged t'.iat the defendants, acting i.twevti i misuce I till' lUHCU Oiavi.o v. c - - "extensive new war military consr.ruc-iu-(tvwli the exact amount of wi;ich is to rs unknown i.-.h wt'icu charff vas in excess oi c . ' j : 1 . - of which ainourt nt xc--s.s. f in was ir, r-niir.-.-:,.rs . - tl,.- grand jun they (Mid . ij i iifiti niifi lected by said conspirators and given such work under the cosf. plus form of contract herein before referred to." was a year of restored composure. The outward visible sig;i was seen in the changed character of the in ternational conferences held during the year. The ultimatum kind of conference gave way to the genuine peace conference. The old method insistd upon by French statesmen was to hammer out demands, on a con ference anvil and send them in the form of an ultimatum to nations who. j in spite of the peace treaties, were j still treated as enemies the new method was to discuss on equal terms conditions of appeasement. Germany, having no fleet in the Pacific, was not invited to the Wash ington conference, and Russia was excluded for other reasons. But at Cannes Germany was represented, and at Genoa both Germany and Russia had their delegates. The Washington conference was ir many respects the most remarkabls international conference ever held. It was the first time great nations com manding powerful armaments had ever sat down deliberately to discuss a voluntary limitation of their of fensive and defensive forces. Re strictions and reductions have been often imposed in peace treaties by triumphant nations upon their beatai foes. The Versailles Treaty is a: example of that operation. But at Washington the victors Negotiated mutual cutting down of navies built for national safety and strengthened bv. national pride. 'it is true that France and Italy have not yet ratified the arrangemer. arrivml at. That is a. disturbing fac tor: their attitud- If persisted In, m:v ultimately base tho effect oi" up- !tinir a balance, it took months of care and thought to adjust. We must, however, continue to hope that wiser" counsels wil! prevail when wiser counsellors are listened to. Meanwhile, friends of peace have o.-.iwi .i-.iiir,.i fm thir rejoicing in Ic.-mtemulatloii of the substantial re ductions already effected in the naval programs of the most powerful marl rime countries in the world Britain, the United Sjtatc-s and Japan as a direct result of the Washington ne gotiations. American statesmanship his given a lead of which it is entitled to boast, and 1922 when it departs is entitled to claim that this triumph of good understanding has brought a measure of glory which will give it peculiar splendor amongst the years ..f the earth's history. Th- Kutlie-rincs at Cannes and Ge- j v:i ra n f.i:.- cii-uui "ri CLOSE VIGIL FOR BERGDOLL IS KEPT HERE Noted Draft Evader Reported- Aboard German Steamer Jupiter. W'ith eyes turnedveagerly toward the broad Gulf of Mexico, day and night watches at the entrance of Pensacola Bay are keeping constant vigil for the German steamship Jupi ter, on which Grover Cleveland Berg doll, millionaire draft evader, is re ported to be attempting to slip back into the United States incognito. Unless the Jupiter encountered boisterous . weather she should ar rive at Pensacola not later than Tues day. Reported to have sailed from Fayal. Azores, December 13, she has already consumed the usual time for such a voyage under ordinary weather conditions. Heavy gales which have been re ported on the Atlantic for the past week, however, may delay the ar rival of the steamer. Her arrival will be problematical if she was caught in one of the gales. Like a hungry cat upon a mouse, authorities pounced aboard the Ger man barkentino Vedder Victor late yesterday when she showed the Ger man flag In hope of finding the noted slacker. The search was unfruitful. The barkentlne was fremi Dutch West Indies. If Bergdoll' originally boarded the Jupiter ,whlle she was at a German port, he has been on his clandestine voyage for more than a month- it Is rsrtaint according to J., Qarriga, local agent for J." Carreras-Ferrer who have the vessel chartered. The Jupiter sailed from Cardiff, England, Nov. 30, Mr. Garriga said last night. He received a message, he said, ,io that effect. A cargo of coal was carried from Cardiff to Fayal. where it was unloaded and where J. Carreras-Ferrer chartered her to come to Pensacola for a cargo of lumber for Spanish ports. From Fayal the Jupiter is reported to have sailed for Pensacola December 13. Ixical authorities have been in structed from Washington to keep a close watch for the notorious dra'ft evader, and that he is thought to be aboard the Jupiter. Capt. John J. Maher, commander of Fort Barranacs, has agreed to send the Albert Jenkins, an army ves sel, to meet the Jupiter in the gulf. Soldiers and department of Justice, and customs officials will be aboard. Officials of every port on both the Atlantic and Pacific seaboards are watching for Bergdoll. Dispatches sev eral days ago from Seattle reported that the draft evader had been s(een, it was believed, there. Other wild reports of Bergdool have circulated. It has been a hard time en young blond-headed tramps travel ing about the country on rods and blind baggage since Bergdoll was re ported siipping back into the United States. One was arrested several days ago at Quincy and he is now. being held in the Tallahassee Jail until his fingerprints can be compared with Bergdoll's in Washington. The Jupiter will be boarded immed Itely upon her arrival at the entrance of Pensacola bay. Time of her arrival is uncertain. Klan Suspect Fights Murder Charge t jr m,. -f;f r IP- YM UQUORVAM AT 7 Mil INTO BY Mysterious Order ceived by Su! chaser's Enginel 1 i By Awoc'ated Pre8 NEW YORK, Dec. With the sub-chaser He ''ederal dry navy of the of New York, tied up -attery witn engines .bled, the Narrows wer larded ' tonight long e4 or 15 rum runners tdf; 5 f t'-i A 1 VI I. V I 1. 1 1 11T ill 1 V .T ! 7 Y 1 ; I 4 i :nousana cf j ;ser.t only 1 1. i laden craft ( before ChI Di. D. M. McKoin, former mayor of lr Jtoufe, Ia., was setzt at Bali more upon telegraphic request from Louisiana authorities, who think Mc Koin may be able to throw light on two alleged elaymgs and ouv-r outrages by masked bands in Morehouse parish. La. Ha is fighting sxtradltlon to the last. Here is McKoin (center) being conducted from Johns Hopkins hospital to-police headquarters by -Detectives Quirk and Porter. BRIEFS FILED BY GOVERNMENT IN BOOZESHIP CASE Insists Congress Has Control Over Liquor on U. S. Boats at Sea. WOSHINGTON. Dec. SO. Challeng ing ' the Jurisdiction of the supreme court to consider tho appeals b;-ought by foreign steamship companies from the prohibition ruling of Judjre Hand at New York, and insisting that the authority of congress extend to con trol over Intoxicating liquors on Amer ican ships on the high seas, the fed em! government today filed with the court two briefs which will be used as the basis for its oral argument next week when the appeals are reached. With regard to the proceeding in stituted by the foreign lines, the gov ernment declared it had not consented to be sued, and that suit against it could not be sustained without Its consent. Also questioned the right of the foreign companies to bring the appeals, insisting that they had other remedy at law open to them, and had not presented a cause for action. The appeals of the American lins were not challenged on the grounds of - jurisdiction, but - the government Insisted that if congress could pro hibit American ships from including intoxicating liquor in their cargo it could also prohibit them from having such liquor in their sea stores for use by passengers while on th hleh seas. There is no distinction in law between the cargo and sea storeF, the brief held, so far as exercise of au thority by the United States Is con cerned. In Its brief dealing with foreign .-hin (hp envprnminl ft Ada rprt that The municipal market question will i anv difficultv t!,0 foreign steamship be discussed thoroughly at the city I ,.ori,panieg miRht experience in ob hall Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, j .ainin, adequate crews bv the bar Representatives of four chic organ- , rjng of intoxioating liquors in Amer izations and citizens interested gen- , R.an )lort3 couM be radUy obviated erally will attend a meeting called by j 1V Ule pavment of h!g-her wages. It the city commissioners to determine . was insisted that the prohibition the attitude, of the people of Pensa- 'inst briricin,, ifmrr within rh Municipal Market Question Will Be Discussed Tuesday czli in regard to a city market to be backed financially by the city. tic intco and l "r: ; nud Kivwins family of 'i pe t-tc-o. Savings Stamps of 1918 Being Cashed; .$ 1 0,0 0 0 Yesterday v"ar Savings stamps of 101? are being checked In at t'.ie local post office at the rate of from J5.000 to $10,000 pr day. Over $10,000 worth wer pre sented yesterday. Assistant Post master Baker said. The certifi cates aos being filled in when they are presented in order that the owners may send them to either Atlanta or Jacksonville so that the money may be obtained. The rush has been during the past wek. The stamps mature January 1, and many were held until the last day before maturity. Others presented them early in order to get their checks shortly after January 1. Many owners of war savings stamps are exchanging them for Postal savings certificates. The postal certificatesare in denom inations of $25. ?10 and Sl.oOO. and they 81! for .j..i'. and $(i respectively. T . inati-re 1st . ma !!.' a 1 live y face value. .1 :ir territorial jurisdiction of the United States deprived the companies of no rights under existing treaties. Boys' Secretary. Of "Y" Is Here .T. Raymond Wray. th rw boys' scrf-tary cf th local T. f. C. A., ar rived in the r!fy yesterday and tool up his new duties. Although vounc. Mr.-Warr Ic a T. EXTRADITION 01 M'KOIN WILL BE FOUGHT TO LAST Morehouse Settles Down to Await Public Hearing Fri day; Extend Probe. (Br Associated Press) BALTIMORE. Dec. 30. Tnflicatlr.n that the fight to keep Dr. P.. M. Mc Koin, former mayor of Mer Rouge. La., from being returned to that state, where he Is wanted on a charge of murder, would be continued to the last, was given today when former United States District Attorney Rob ert R. Carman, the physician's coun sel, Eald he had mentioned the case to Judge John C. Rose of the United States district court. Mr. Carman visited Judge Rosa concernin.tr an other case, but after a consultation. In which the McKoin case was men tioned, admitted that application for a writ of habeas corpus under fed eral jurisdiction was a possibility. MOREHOUSE AWAITS HEARINGS. BASTROP. La., Dec. 3u. More hou.se settled down tolght to await the coming of Friday when the state would lay its cards down on the table in the Morehouse kidnapping and murder cases. The failure of the state to set in motion Its dragnet during the pas !ng week lias given th- impres&ior. that additional arrests promised will not le made before th day of the open healing. In the meantime Investigations are being extended. There were reports that department of justice agents will delve into the activities of un identified secret organizations which have conducted raids agjlnpt tne lawless along the Lou!slanA-Arl:s,nsa3 border. HI 00 worth of liquor for fear's, the police depar as advised. The lo little vessels are belies .-ohibltion officials, to have t least sixty thousand cf ciuor. They repres f the fleet of rum ince a few days ..ad been laying outside the thrf limit ki welting opportunity the gauntlet into the city. Prohi Chief Amazed Federal Prohibition Zone Appleby was amazed when he that the Hansen, flag ship "dry fleet." was tied up at heil "i thought she was out pi the Karfo-ws," he explained. t . Appleby Immediately got Is J witl-i Ci-ytal.v John II. Draarf , mander of the Hansen. It dM; that a mysterious order hsi K received on the Hansen to hi V . anirlndB r.naliAl 1 . . . f IV. . tll4 the order could not be lecrni 1 rum f-hosAf thm Vfnl tft V. V and her engines were taken dcjjj Ail this followed discovery V 'f crew's quarters on the irinoijr ; of 20 cases of liquor, aH-ned jtjjf been part of a cargo of Tu cas on t ho schooner Li&ni Bell ; 'J Java asro. 'il Left Short-Har.ded When A that since ii.i.lf-.- her own power, fhe cf to fa at oi-e to witch thi f.muggllns craft. I.o w;-is Jtiforf engine was dnriMhtd Jti-fl $ Captain Dysart. the rin val cf 1 r:s of his crew 1) c iiri'dii 'he 20 cases had left him t- With th. Ilr.stn out "f tf. Appleby tonight eru1-av..red every available sm :!1 n at l;i Ice to head off th- blockade Ho said the N'.i'-rou s were gui police patrols mid the coast gill alio were vigilant. ? ' New Officers j Naval Stai -eft 6hort-Har.ded i f ipp'eby told Captain'' ' ' s th- Ha;iM n had I ' Four new officers hive rep ft f Two Eafit Hill Cars m Mishap One of th ffire accidents fn a cm s.'derable time on the Pensacola Elec tric company trolley linen occurred yesterday evening at 6:10 o'clock, when East Iflll car No. fil bumped into another car of the me line. No. 65, at the corner of Gullieroarde a&d Wright streets. Both of the cars were gclng In the ?arne direction. A light rain had cau3d the rails to become s!:ppry and when th front car stopped at th corner th operator of the rai" txol iey vai unable to adjust ths brakes In tims to avoid bumping Into the other. Vhi Jar was slight, and tha f-nly duty at th- Navnl Air Stat wording to a rctlc- by Llent ICiIy, ld to th-' c .m.-rindaa They fire as folir-ws: r Lieu? -t;;i tit AV-rnoti P. Gran! X.;vy, fi-i.i aircraft squadror tie f !'-e!, for duty at this sti Resistant operations officer. ' j lW?i;tenaiit tjtrj H.-!mor.d Jl.( I w- j th, U. R. Navj. from V l:no, fi-r duty at th's stati I ir.Ktiuctlon in h-tivi.-r-than-i Knslgn Carroll L. Ty! U. i 'un U. 8. S. Chat :ier for " tins station under Instruction k ier-tiian-air craft Marine U. S M.irl;; Bii racks, Quantico, 5 Cuty und..r instruction !: than-a!r cm ft this station. ' Knslgn Bar! H. lj..lxmf, uj lias been detached from a j will go to Hampt 'i i:..aJs,i ? report to th.: C-.r. o..tnd r of';j Squadrons. j-Vo -i'ins l-'!t--;t, f involving flying. ; i ! srlne Gunner Charl H.jf ! 5. M. C. r. ,i ted this C. ? i FVnFT. PflSTM AsTFT f v,si- mm a j m. 'isy a c OP NEW V.VLPA1 WARHIMGTON". Dsc. V) ate today c&r.firmed th rnt cf IlaroM 3. Engl for rostra Xow Valparaiso, ifis f M. C A. worker of considerable ex perience. He formerly held th r"f!-i'Lmag wslH a brokan window to car tion of l.ys' f-ecretary at the Alabama ... r,:,. City Y. M. C. A., but resigned to rotr.r i to Pensacola. He has also bc-en con- j nected with "Y" woil; in A'jrginiu. New Machine Gun Range for Navy Work on tr.j 11.3W n.achsre gun raiigs at the Naval A.r Station 1ms baen started and. v i: will not be com pleted fr :!.;: p.i-s.:iit l.tndplane class, It la hoped to :irirh It acxjn. Cutting vff c-f the railroatt track to the old pier i.: the 30jiU and of building 27 at the atatlon h-J 'c,i':: approved, ar.d ths work w.ll t Jor 1 .-niued-Aieiv . N's al r-ff cr recently TiO?r-z.r ,: s-,ai nioMia" "f I'cird1' .hr-re :'". at an U. .:' ' THEY COME BAH It goods Ln this day as ration nearly always cor? to thtr rlehtful owceri thara Is an tenay la tl ppr world that makes oi bw.ni v Hcd and , tszLth articles. , That aanry Is th La) Found Column ci the it Day aftar day the rawf get h-rters from delegate? A1 readers ar.d users tna. I st property ha-J come b ixt day fdrcush th n en'allty of the Lost and ! (v:.tTit.t. Try It jrourne ; e-- i c.v pnd'.dly tt wr' ! Call 1500 j Ajir for a art A4 PfPart C . . -J"