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g THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDA MORNING MAY 28 1909
II
RINGLING BROS
BIG FEATURE AT
The C > rpheLJ31
NEXT WEEK
The UpsideDown Zeraldos In Daring Feats such as Shooting the
Chutes HeadtoHead Stand
ChUSee Mrs Zeraldo climb a flight of steps with Mr Zeraldo standing en
her head Nothing like It ever seen before
You cant afford to miss this show
A T A f1 TIRES
GARAGE
VULCANIZED
PENSACOLA AUTO CO Phone 199
TOURING CARS FOR RENT
StoddartDayton Cars 39 E Garden St
r
MEET ME
at the
AIRDOME
SEE
I THE MARVELOUS
DUNHAMS
Assisted by
WILLIE FARINE
at
The Orpheum
ALL THIS WEEK
r
l AMI7SEMEIVTS
At the Airdome
The Airdome continues to be filled
at each perormance the crowds in
creasing as the week draws to a close
rather than diminishing due no doubt
to the excellence of the show which is
holding the boards for ttie week end
ing tomorrow night
Last night every seat in the Air
dome was filled and some were stand
Ing at the first performance while
almost as many crowded into the
place for the second performance of
the night
The Sisters Earle alone could fill
the Airdome for they are being talked
of by every person who has visited
the place of amusement this week but
in addition this highpriced attrac
tion the Airdome has a bunch of other
stars on the bill who appear at every
performance Every one of the acts
could easily be made a headliner as
each is firstclass and on the first
trip south after long engagements in
cities of the north and east
At the Orpheum
Again last night at each of the per
formances the Orpheum was packed
from orchestra pit to the doors with
enthusiastic patrons who hadnt been
able to get in the house before during
the week to see the Dunhams and
Willie Farine in their marvelous acro
batic act th entertaining old time
negro impersonations of Harry Angel
and the wonderfully clever dancing
and fine singing of the ORourkeBur
netteORourke trio
Since the announcement In yester
days Journal of next weeks bill at
this popular playhouse of which the
marvelous Upside Down Zeraldas are
I
THE
SHOE FOR MEN
Style Is In
every PACKARIl
Duiabilityis
there and so
Is fit and
comfort more
thanyou have
ever known
aKy other shoe
The PACKARD is
oneOI the few
shoes that you
p a for cheerfully
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The New Store
A Henry White I
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Corner Palafox and
Intendencla Sts
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EXCURSION
3 p mTODAY3 p m
to the
New Monarch Hotel and
Pavilion
at
SurfBathing Beach Santa
Rosa Island
Where the Cool Gulf Breezes Blow
Steamer Monarch leaves Palafox wharf
today at 3 p m returning leaves Pavil
ion for city at 7 p m
Boat will make regular trips Sunday
10 a m 3 p m and 7 p m
Accompdatlon at Pavilion and Hotel
for unlimited number
For rates phone 636
Dont forget boat leaves promptly
the feature attraction Pensacola
vaudeville patrons who are posted on
the sensational feature acts now on
southern vaudeville time have been
all excitement in expectancy of the
rare treat which Manager Vucovich
has secured for their entertainment
all of next week
M and Mme Zeralda have proven
sensational attractions throughout
their present American tour and it is
doubtful whether the Orpheum with
its comfortable seating capacity of
more than three hundred will be
capable of holding the crowds that
will be attracted there after next
Mondays matinee to witness the ex
traordinary work of this duo of world
renowned equilibrists whose simplest
trick is a defy to the laws of gravity
In addition to the Zeraldas an un
usually clever team of musical com
ndians Burton find DeAlamo and one
of the most entertaining blackface
monologuists and jig dancers on the
stagePaul Bawers have been en
gaged for the week
Hicks CAPUDINE Cures Sick Headache
Also Nervous Headache Travellers Head
ache and aches fIr > m Grip Stomach
Troubles or Female troubles Try Capu
dlne its liquid effects immediately Sold
by druggists
FREE SILVER
WARE COUPONS
Journal Readers Have Op
portunity to Get Val
able Table Articles
Elsewhere in the paper today ap
pears a large advertisement for
Grandma Pearl and Export Borax
soaps which contains coupon that
every reader of the paper who uses
soapand all Journal readers of
course do use soapought to cut out
These coupons will enable you to
t some fine silverware free The
silverware is somthing that every
housewife can use on her table and
it will be a credit to any table upon
which it appears
It cured me or it saved the life
of my child are the expressions you
hear every day about Chamberlaius
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy This is true the world over
where this valuable remedy has been
introduced No other medicine in
use for diarrhoea or bowel complaints
has received such general approval
The secret of the success of Cham
berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhuea
Remedy Is that it cures
TO ORGANIZE
CHURCH LEAGUE
MEETING AT Y M C A LAST
NIGHT OF BASEBALL PLAYERS
OF VARIOUS DENOMINATIONS
A meeting of representatives from
the various churches of the city was
held last night at the Y M C A
for the purpose of organizing a church
baseball league the following
churches being already represented
St Michaels Catholic Sacred Heart
Temple BethEl Episcopal Gadsden
Street Methodist and First Presbyter
ian
The following officers were elected
Charles Levy president James
Walker vice president and A L
White secretary and treasurer
The games between the teams are
to be played each evening beginning
at 6 oclock on the North Hill play
ground At tae end of the series a
pennant will be awarded to the win
ning team
TREE SEED PRESENTED
THE CITY BY DR DIAZ
Dr E Diaz of this city has pre
sented Mayor Goodman with a liberal
quantity of framboyam tree seed
which have been turned over to Land
scape Gardener Kimble who will
plant them the trees being raised for
free distribution when they are ready I
to transplant
The seed came from Mexico and the I
trees which grow from them reach
the size of the average maple tree
and bear a pretty flower
WOMAN LOVELY WOMAN
But Alas Without Beautiful Hair No
Woman Can be Handsome
A great many newspapers and
magazines are printing pages on how
a woman can be beautiful and Keep
beautiful
And everyone as you can see for
yourself admits that no woman can
be really beautiful unless she has lus
trous and luxuriant hair
The women of Paris are as a rule
beautiful and a careful American co
server who has traveled much drums i
that their beauty is due to chair
knowledge of how to keep their hair
luxuriant which they do by using a
superior hair tonic
Many American women are as wise
as their French sisters and that is
why Parisian Sage the quick actin
and greatest of all hair restorers and
tonics is now having such a tremen
dous sale in America
We ask every woman reader of this
paper to give this marvelous hair
beautifier a thorough trial anti we
gladly make them this liberal offer
Get a large 50 cent bottle from
Hannah Bros today Use it as li
rected for two weeks If at the end
of that time you are not satisfied with
results say so to Hannah Bros and
they will give you your money bad
Besides being a delightful and in
vigorating hair dressing Parisian
Sage will cure dandruff stop falling
tair and itching of the scalp or
money back i
If you do not live near a druggist
who sells Parisian Sage send 50
cents to Giroux Mfg Co Buffalo N
Y and you will receive a large bottle
by express all charges prepaid
BASEBALL
NATIONAL LEAGUE
w L Pet
Pittsburg 22 11 056
Chicago 22 13 629
Philadelphia 15 14 517
Cincinnati 17 18 486
New York 14 15 483
Brooklyn 13 17 433
St Louis 15 20 429
Boston 11 21 8M
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet
Detroit n 12 636
Philadelphia 18 12 600
New York 17 13 567
Boston 17 14 549
St Louis 16 16 500
Chicago 15 17 469
Cleveland 14 19 424
Washington 9 22 291
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
W L Pet
Little Rock 21 13 618
Nashville 19 13 393 I
Atlanta 19 15 559
New Orleans 19 17 528
Mobile 19 17 528
Montgomery 17 IS 486
Birmingham 15 20 429
Memphis 9 25 265
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RESULTS YESTERDAY
National League
Boston 0 Pittsburg 7
Others rain
American League
St Louis 2 Cleveland 5
Chicago 2 New York 2 ten innings
Catch train
No others
Southern League
All off day
South Atlantic League
Columbus 3 Chattanooga 3 called
end of fifth on account rain
Savannah 1 Augusta 6
Charleston 2 Macon 4
Jacksonville 0 Columbia 1
GAMES TODAY
National League
Philadelphia at New York
Brooklyn at Boston
American League
Cleveland at St Louis
Boston at Detroit
Washington at Philadelphia
Southern League
Mobile at Atlanta
Little Rock at Birmingham
New Orleans at Montgomery
Memphis at Nashville
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Four Straight for Pirates
Boston May 27 By taking todays
game from the home team the Pi
rates won the entire series of four
games Score
R H E
Boston o 6 3
Pittsburg 7 9 L
Batteries Lindaman and Graham
Willis and Gibson Umpires Rigler
and Truby
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Naps Beat St Louis
St Louis May 27 Cleveland took
the opening game from the home team
today the latter being unable to hit
Joss with men on bases Score
R H E
St Louis 2 7 3
Cleveland 513 0
Batteries Pelty and Stephens Joss
and Easterly Umpires Connolly and
Kerriuc
Chicago and New York Tie
Chicago May 27Chicago and New
York played a ten inning tie game
this afternoon the game being called
I Score to allow New York to catch a train
R H E
Chicago 2 6 0
New York 210 2
< Batteries Sullivan and Smith
R arhop and Blair Umpires OLaugh
lin and Remne
Boys Will be Boys
and are always getting scratches
cuts sprains bruises bumps burns
or scalds Dont neglect such things I
they may result serious if you do
Apply Ballards Snow Liniment ac
cording to directions right away and
it will relieve the pain and heal the
trouble Price 25c 50c and 5100
Sold by W A DAlemberte
Read The Journals Want
Columns this morning
BATTLESHIP
MAY REMAIN
HERE SUNDAY
SECRETARY WATERMAN TELE
GRAPHS TO WASHINGTON ASK
ING THAT SUCH A REQUEST BE
MADE OF THE NAVY DEPART
MENT
The battleship Mississippi which
will enter Pensacola harbor this
I
morning from New Orleans may re
main over in this port Sunday ui or
der to allow residents to make a visit
to her Sunday afternoon
Secretary Waterman of the Cham
ber of Commerce yesterday wired
Floridas representatives in congress
asking that such a request be made
of the navy department but no reply
had been received to his telegram up
to a late hour
The vessel will commence coal
ing this morning at 9 oclock accord
ing to the program and this will be
completed in time to clean ship be
fore Sunday
Excursion today to battle
ship Mississippi every2hours
launch Lenore 713 SPalafox
STATEMENT OF
WATER WORKS
EXPLANATION OF THE EARNINGS
OF THE PLANT AND EXPENDI
TURES FOR THE PAST NINE
MONTHS
The statement published in The
Journal yesterday concerning the
earnings of the city water works from
July 1 1908 to Marqh SI 1909 a per
iod of nine months the total expendi
tures for that times vas placed at
3048447 This was an error the fol
lowing being the correct statement
Receipts less s deposits < 32S6270
Expense A I 44 J 048447
4 I ill
< J + 237823
Delinquents 104120
341943
Taxes 97500
Net profit 5 244443
PEN5ACOlA5
WERE VICTORS
LOCAL TEAM BEAT MARINES YESTERDAY t
TERDAY AT B OF L E PICNIC t
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BY SCORE OF 6 TO 3
I
The Pensacolas and the Marines
played a good game of ball yesterday
at the picnic of the Ladies Auxiliary
of the B of L E picnic at Magnolia I
Bluff the score having resulted in
6 to 3 in favor of Pensacola I
The features of the game were two
double Steals by Bicker and Van
Metre and Bergin and Van Metre J
A large and interested crowd of
spectators witnessed the game which
was the leading feature of the after
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BANKERS V5
SEMINOLE NINE
WILL PLAY STAR GAME THIS AF
TERNOON AT PALMETTO BEACH
AT 330 OCLOCK
This afternoon at Palmetto Beach
upon the arrival of the 330 car the
Bankers and Seminoles will cross
bats The Bankers it will be remem
bered defeated the Real Estate team
last Friday in one of the most interesting
I
teresting games of the season I
Th Seminoles are composed of some I
excellent timber Among their num
ber will be seen such familiar faces I
as Fred Gilmore who at one time was
considered the star pitcher in this I
section of the state Will Lurton the
star catcher for Auburn in 1905
will be on the receiving end After
the game Mr Lurton leaves for Au
burn where he will catch for the
Alumni in the game between the
Alumni and the present cpllecp team
The lineup for the Seminoles is as
follows Gilmore pitcher Lurton
catcher F C Brent first base War
ren second base Quina short stop
Gardner third base G S Brent kit
field Carroll center field Kennedy
right field The Bankers will lineup
as follows Blount pitcher W
Leonard catcher Stone first base
R R Bell second base Haley short
stop Walker third base Wolf left
field Baker confer field J S Leon
ard right lieM
PRELIMINARY HEARING OF
JOHN APOSTLE POSTPONED
The preliminary hearing of John
Apostle a Greek charged with tae
murder of K Jacobsen a Norwegian
sailor which was to have been held
before Justice Nickelsen yesterday af
terroon was postponed until 11
oclock this morning
The hearing was continued on ac
count o State Attorney Kehoe being
busy in the United States court
PANAMA CITY TEAM
DEFEATS DOTHAN BOYS
Special to The Journal
Panama City May 271n a game
full of errors Panama City defeated
the Dothan Ala team yesterday by
a score of 9 to 8 The Panama City
team was handicapped on account of
regular catcher McClellan being un
able to play
Hot Si ve = Cool Kitchen
How do you expect to en
y p dure the broiling days of
M summer if you prepare all
im the food over a glowing
coal fire
i You need a New Per
fection Oil Stove that
y will do the cooking with
out cooking the cook It
Qo jC concentrates plenty of heat
C under the pot and diffuses
little or none through the
room
NEW PERFECfION
Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove
besides being the perfect stove for summer use is just as efficient
for year round use Does anything any other stove will do It
is built just like the modern steel coal range with a CABINET
TOP that makes it possible to keep food warm after it is cooked
Made in three sizes Sold either with or with n = ji
out Cabinet Top If not at your dealers
write our nearest agency
W a Substan
The RIO L amp tial strong
if ly made
and handsome lamp
Burns for hours with strong mellow light Just
what you need for evening reading or to light
the diningroom If not with your dealer
write our nearest agency
STANDARD OH COMPANY
lacorporated
t Ii
DRUMMERS SAMPLES
We Bought the Lot oi 250 Mens Shirts
and are going to give our customers the advantage of
our purchase All assorted sizes and nice fresh pat
terns They range in price from 50c to 150
SALE BEGINS THIS MORNING
The 50c and 75c ones will go at s 38 cents
The 1 and 150 ones will go at 69 cents
THE M J 0 OPPOSITE THE
f 1 1 LX 5 PLAZA
i
WE CLOSE EVERY FRIDAY AT 1 OCLOCK
Name
Comfort
REGAL in Cleanliness
Durability
i Quality
THE BEST MATTRESS AT THE PRICE
ON THE MARKET
Fit for a Price
King 1000
R YLIURF
60 Days °
NI1Ai2Y FELT
Free MATTRESS Weight
Trial SIUISER1i SFUHG m CO ATLANTA 50 lbs
LOOK FOR THE REGAL LABEL
IT IS MATTRESS INSURANCE
Built in nine large layers of Pure Sanitized Felt in
French Sateen or Art Tickings The Felled Edge
seals the Mattress thoroughly making it dust germ
and vermin proof Guaranteed not to Lump or Pack
FEARl FURNITURE COMPANY
105 South Palafox
PROGRAM FUR
MEMORIAL DAY
COMMANDER PETTERSON MAKES
PLANS FOR SUNDAYS CERE
MONIALS AT THE NATIONAL I
CEMETERY
The W T Sherman Post 21 G A
R Sons of G A R Veterans and
I the Womans Relief Corps will meet
at 1230 oclock sharp in front of
the United States custom house Sun
day and march to the electric line
station headed by Wyers band The
train will leave the station promptly
at 1 oclock for Barrancas stopping
at the big road near the ice factory
east of the naval hospital wall where
a procession will be formed as fol
lows Barrancas Band Army and
Xavy detachments Garrison of the
Army and Navy Union Confederate
Veterans Womans Corps of the G
A R Shermans Camp dons of G
A R Veterans and Sherman Post
G > A R j
Upon the arrival inside the ceme
tery gate the troops will please halt
and open ranks the Garrison o the
Army and Navy Union the Confed
erate Veterans Womans Relief
Corps the Sons of Veterans and
I Shermans Post G A R continu
ing their march to Qe monument to
the right of the grand stand forming
a circle the military forming on the
outside of the circle After the ser
vices of the G A R and Army and
Navy Union a salute will be fired over
the graves by one of the military
companies The band will then retire
to the grand stand The program on
the grand stand will be as follows
The Rev Chas P Hall chaplain
of the post will open the services
with prayer
Solo Mrs W K Wilson Sly Own
United States accompanied by the
Barrancas band
I Address Hon W B Sheppard
Solo Mrs W K Wilson A Dream
I of Paradise accompanied by the Bar
rancas band
I Address Hon John E Stillman
I Address Rev Charles P Hall
Solo Miss Barnum
Address Rev J A Abbott
Solo Mrs C Forrest
Remarks Commander J C Petter
son
Closing prayer by Rev Charles P
HallThe
The mayor and city officials citi
zens and all veterans Confederate
and G A RL and Sons o Veterans
and all visiting veterans are cordially
invited to participate Iu the memor
ial services and all who can are re
quested to bring flowers to place on
the graves of the fallen heroes both
these who wore the grey and those
who wore the blue
J A PETTERSON
Com W T Sherman Post G A R
G R SMITH
Adjutant
CONDITION OF
WOMAN SERIOUS
J
BERTHA BARNES COLORED MAY
DIE OF INJURIESALL OCCU
o
PANTS OF HOUSE HELD IN DE
FAULT OF 5500 BOND
The condition of Bertha Barnes
colored whose head was fractured
during a fight at the home of Ollie
Bennett also colored in the restricted
district Thursday morning was re
ported last night from the hospital to
which she was carried to be serious
physicians being unable to say wheth
er she would recover
Besides receiving a fracture of tie
skull by being struck with the sharp
edge of a metal clock the woman is
suffering from numerous knife
wounds
t
Ollie Bennett Jessie Chambers
Virginia Howard all colored Inmates
of the place and three white men
visitors have been arrested and are
confined in the city jail In default of
50e bond each it being charged that
all of them were In tae house when
the Barnes woman was assaulted
MUSCOGEE
Muscogee May 21T L Bay tIr
was a visitor to Pensacola Saturday
and Sunday
Mrs E G Bonifay and children re
turned home last week after a six
weeks visit to Roberts
Mrs Gam Bell and daughter MissJ
Clara Bell of Pensacola are visiting
in Muscogee the guests of Mfs Vt R
Vaughn
Miss Susie Nell Patterson left Mon
day for a visit to friends in Mobile
and Bonsecour
W R Vaughn was a visitor to Pen
sacola Saturda
Mr and Mrs John Tompkins spent
Friday in Pensacola
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