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9 THE PENSACOLA A JQTJKNAI 1 XOESDA MORNING DECEMBER 1908 f
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FORCED TO SACRIFICE OUR STOCK THURSDAYS WILLTELL ALL JOURNAL ABOUT IT MEYER SHOE PA R
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Sensible Holiday Gifts are
the Thing This Year
This year the high living costs the depression
and the holiday gifts will leave little money to many
fathers sons brothers and sweethearts with which to
buy holiday clothing for themselves Prosperity and
confidence have surely come back but it will take a
little time for everybody to get caught up you know
Meanwhile a lot of unselfish men will be forced to rub
along with old garments and accessories indefinitely
Friends and relatives should appreciate that after a
year of depression a lotof fellows would rather have
a few new things to wear than the usual assortment of
holiday gift rubbish
If your friends and your people are not in the
millionaire class give them something sensible this
year something wearable
The John White Store
205207 S Palafox
The Store With a Reputation
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The Devil Tonight
It woult seem that a success of the
proportions achieved byorb Merry
d would not be possible twice
In decade but Henry IV Savage
scouring the European fields has
brought forth a cemody whose tri
umph in the few short months of Its
life equals that of the Viennese op
rra In The Devil Der Tenfel
which he Will offer at the Pensacola
opera house tonight This manager
never does things on a minor cale
He assures his patrons a production
Loth in cast and scenic equipment
equal In every way to that which has
created such a furore at the Garden
Theatre New York
Good Bill at Bijou
The Bijou this week rs offering one
of tie best bills ever given to the pub
lic once the establishment of the pop
ular little play house
Andy Rankin opene ie perform
ance with a comedy musical act feat
uring the beautiful ballad Then
Youll Remember Me He was en
cored at both performances yesterday
One of the features however Is
Sweet Charity by JacK Odell and
Grace Gilmore whp made an excellent
impression The jiece lias to do with
a street waifa little newsgirl who
during her stuggles for u livelihood
meet up with a wealthy broker who
rives her a dollar bilL Anticipating
a fine Christmas she falls in with a
man Who Is broke Invl tins him up to
dinner they take dinner together In
the humble place of abode It devel
ipps that the waif is the sister of the
man and that she was stolen by a
nurse when a baby The play Is well
presented
j The Norwoods appear Ina black
I faced sketch of unusual merit intro
ducing some extremely flne parallel
bar work
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ture The Push Cart which is vary
laughable
The Orpheum Theatre
The Orpheum opened last night with 1
a very jine show and played to stand
ing room only
Tie show opens with Mme Loy
ettes Pet = consisting poodles and
Australian cockatoos and it Is one
of the best acts that bas appeared at
the Brpheum in vaudeville The
tricks performed by the cockatoos
such as telling their asc number of
days in a week are wonderful and
the little poodles perform some won
derful tricks alo
Next Is seen that black singing and
talking monologist Tom Mach Mach
is a clever comedian and keeps his J
audience in an uproar of laughter
The next offering Is Pro Jones in
illustrated melodies and next codes
Tracy and Carter who do a refined
singing and talking act They also
won great applause The how closes
with the picture which is a feature
always at the Orpheum
Wednesday a special matinee will
be given for the ladies and children
at which all children Will be admitted
for 5 cents This is done to give the
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When buying suits from the Cash Store first because the la
bels KUPPENHEIMER and LAWRENCE are leaders in honest
tailoring in America and second because any defect that may
arise or dissatisfaction for cause I myself agree to make satisfac
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Especial attention is called to the goodness of our 25 suitsthe
exclusive tailors style and fit for the handmedown cost
Td Corner Palafox U II AN SON Corner Palafox
and Main OB UB anal Govt
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little ones a chance to see the pretty
little poodles and cocKatoos perform
Friday will be amateur night and
Manager Vncovich assures Ills patrons
a good amateur performance in addi
tion to his regular show New avnji
teurswlll appear each week
Florence Gear in Marrying Mary
Florence Gear Jules Murrjte little
star in Marrying iiary is one ot
those rare theatrical finds that one
meets with but semioccasionally on
the road Taught the rudiments of
her art in the strictest of scllools
broadened technically and Diane more
valuable three years practice n
one of the best metropolitan stock
companies where she played every
thing from Juliet to BlackEyed Su
san Miss Gear three years agoentered
j ilr Hurrys services with the best
possible training for star work One
of the beauties of Brooklyn Miss
Gear as a child was given ad
vantage and is one of themost pro
ficient of musicians lhereis a dif
ference between a singer and a musi
cian once said a famous teacher in
New York after hearing Miss Gear
sing lissGearis a musician
Petite of figure with exquisitely chis
eled features and the fairest of skin
with masses of blond hair growing
low on her forehead big wondering
blue eyes set far apart and the sauc
iest of dimples on chin and cheek
Miss Gear wins her audience before
she speaks a line
Marrying Mary is to presented
at the local opera house Wednesday
night 1
Sothern as Richard Lovelace
Mr Sothern has selected for his
coming appearance at the Pensacola
Opera House Saturday night the new
est character of his repertoire pre
senting laurence Irvings romantic
drama Richard Lovelace In Rich
ard Lovelace Mr Sothern has been
given a part that is looked upon as
being even more intense picturesque
and poetic than was his yertobere
membered impersonation of Francois
Villon in If I Were King As Rich
ard Lovelace the great factor is again
seen as a romantic warriorloverpoet
He passes through many military ad
ventures as the scenes of the play I
have a background of the warlike
times of Charles the First and Eng
land asa setting The play has a
nappy ending as Loveraee passing
through many exciting episodes wins
tho hand of the lady for whom he
fought The play is written by Lau
rence Irving the brilliant son of Sir
Jas Odell and Blanche Gilmore at
The Bijou
Henry Irving Mr Irving Vhasv al
ready won fame and retiion aa an
author through his dramas pt Peter
the Great and Godfrey anti Yo
lande produced Sit Henry Irv
ing and as a translator for his father
pf the two Sardou plays Robes
pierre and Dante
In Richard Lovelace Mr Irving
resurrects the almost forgotten poet
of that name who lived in the stir
ring Cromwell San times The poets
love for the English monarch Charles
the First led him in many perilous
situations through his espousing a
military career It was Lovelace
who wrote those Immortal lines pen
ned to the lady of his love before be
went Into battle
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I I FOR MEN WHO CARE TO DRESS WELL
The first thing man demands in
his shoes is that they fitXveU and that
I they feel well
I After that he wants a stylish appear
ance and durability
Some shoes have one of these
qualities and some another = the Harry
Shoe has them all
The Burr is Union nude
perfect fitting absolutely stylish
and above all a conforuW + and
sensible shoe
Drop In and let us iiiow them
to You
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Presented here with ail the original
unique stage details precisely as at the
Garden Theatre New York
Seat sale Saturday 9a 0 m
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OPERA HOUSE
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Wednesday December 9th
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FLORENCE
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In the Smart Musical Play
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BENJAMIN HAPGOOD BURT
tVUisIc by Silvio Heln
Prices CePr to 150 vgcat Sale Monday
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Special Matinee for Ladles and Children
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Amateur uight Friday
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I could not love thee dear so much
Loved I not honor more 1I
It is about these lines that the no 1
tice of the play is interwoven The
scenes are laid about 1650 in Wor
cester England at the time of the
famous battle of Worcester The ac
tion takes place from the perfidy of
Lovelaces erstwhile friend who is
his rival in love and who sends him
upon a treacherous errand As Love
lace Sothern has the same oppor
tunity as he had in If I Were King
I for dierslfied character
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ing first seen disguised as a royster
1ng drunken peddler entering the
enemys lines as a spy next as the
elegant courtier and poet amid idyl
lie surroundings tin as the warrior
lover and lastly asilie man ennobled
through suffering j The elegant cos
tIrnes of the CromKell period afford 1
Mr Sothern ample opportunity for
artistic and picturesque setting
Had a Close Call
Mrs Ada L Croom the widely
known proprietor of the Croom Hotel
Vaughn Miss says For several
months I suffered with a severe cough
i and consumption seemed ot have its
grip on me when a friend recom
I mended Dr Kings New Discovery J
I began taking IL and three bottles ef
fected a complete cure The fame I
of this life saving cough and cold
remedy and lung and throat healer is
worM wide Sold at all druggists
50c and 100 Trial bottle free
DO YOU WEAR A THICK MAN
TLE OF INDIFFERENCE SLUFF 11
OFF AND COME OUT AT ONCE
STRONGLY FOR A CLEANER
GREENER CITY
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Mr Flush buys of Mr Jeweler a Diamond 12500
which costMr Jeweler 10000
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WE SELL 12500 DIAMONDS FOR S
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Gradejewelry at proportionately low Y
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THE NORWOODS ack Face sketch
Latest Moving Pictures
Matinee doors open at 4 p m Sight
doors open at 7 p m
Matinee Prices Children 5c Adults
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WHATS IN
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Do you know whats In yours 1
Where did It come from
Come to the Unlversallst Church Thurs
day Dec 10th at 8 p m and laugh over
the funny things about names as you
have not laughed In weeks
Tickets 25 cents
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WANT
WHAT YOU WANT
WHEN YOU WANT IT
Some satisfaction of getting your
i laundry bundle on time and just
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NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
E W LAWRENCE Proprietor
1517 W ROM AN A ST
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DO YOU LOVE CHILDREN OF
COURSE YOUtDO THEN WILL YOU
HELP TO EQUIP THREE PLAY
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