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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1913.
TICKETS FOR
'TOY PLAZY"
ON SALE TODAY
SECOND RUSH EXPECTED WHEN
PUBLIC WILL BE GIVEN OPPOR.
TUNITY OF AGAIN WITNESSING
PRODUCTION, WHICH HAS SOME
. ADDED FEATURES.
The sale of tickets for "Pensy
Flazy" opens this morning at Rey
xialds Music Store, and as might be
expected there will be another ruh
for tickets, Many of those who have
seen the show toefore will be in line,
and the many hundreds who were
unable to get tickets the last time,
will be there to get choice seats.
Judging from the sentiments express
ed on the streets and elsewhere, there
will be another record breaking audi
ence for "Pensy Plazy."
It is an acknowledged fact that
never in the history of theatrical an
nals in Pensacola has ' there ever
been an amateur show take with such j
wildfire effect as this little hodge I
podge of nonsense and music. The
theme is written around the commis
sion form of government, and as the
election takes place the next morn
ing after this show, why naturally
here will be new puns to bo "got off"
Jn favor of such "conditions."
, Mr. Clarence Avery who made such
:' a. whirlwind success in his mono
logue, has an entirely new monologue
even new songs, and this feature
ilone ought to attract.
Mr. Clifford Greve, whoso presence
' In the city from. New York was tried
to be kept a-s a secret surprise for
Monday night, has been "found out,"
and the result is that P-nsacolians
Will be treated to one of the cleverest
. bits of nonsense ever heard in our
' city.
Dr. Mallory Kennedy, Messrs. Geo.
Hervey. Stephen Harvey. Harry Wag
enhelm, Clarence Avery, Willie Brent,
John Frenkle, Joe Grant, the Pourt
Jess Kids and the Misses Fannie Wag
enheim and Belle Berlin will all be
cast in the same' parts in which they
created such a favorable Impression
last performance.
The scenic environment will be just
the same as before. All in all, it
lookg- like a "mighty good show" for
, Monday night. Curtain 8:15 prompt
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no waits.
Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers)
sallow complexion, flatulence are
ejmptoms of a torpid liver. No one ,
can feel well while the liver in inac- f
tiv. HERBINE is a powerful liver
stimulant. A dose or two will cause ;
all bilious symptoms to ' disappear. J
Try it. Prine 50c. Sold by all drug-
gists. , BY-'
TWOSTEAllRS
TO LOAD CARGO
BOTH THE VITTORIA AND GLEN
- CLIFFE WILL TAKE ON TIMBER
AND LUMBER VITTORIA AR
i RIVED LATE YESTERDAY AF
, TERNOON.
The British steamship Vittoria,
Captain Smith, arrived in port late
yesterday afternoon from Newport,
Kn gland. v She is consigned to the
Tensacola Shipping Company.
The Vittoria will load a full cargo
of lumber and will take on a deck
load of-timber.
The British steamship Glencliffe,
which came over from,-, quarantine
yesterdas-. has been docked at Musco
gee wharf, where the work ' of load
i. ing a full cargo of timber and lum
ber wag commenced at noon yester
day. She is consigned to Rix M. Rob
inson. Explaining the Needle.
A typesetter in a printing house be
came very adroit in explaining the
large number of misprints for which
he was responsible. Even when he
changed his work and became a waiter
in a restaurant, his skill did not for
sake him.
One day he had served a guest with
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ter what your ege or occupation, if you
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We especisl'y want to send it to those
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forms of Inhalers, douches, opium prep
arations, funics, "patent smokes," etc..
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all wheeling, and all those terrible par
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This free offer is too important to neg.
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WARE FOREIGN NOBLEMAN WARNS YANKEE
GIRL WHO DIVORCES
Irma Guthrie Wright,
Boston, May 1. The blandishments
of foreign noblemen in general and of
Italian counts in particular are named
as pitfalls for American girls abroad,
by Miss Irma Guthrie Wright,' now
doing concert work here..
Miss Wright knows whereof she
speaks, for she has but recently es
caped by the divorce route what for a
time amounted to an imprisonment
in the Roman villa of the Count Mile
Flor She ' et him whila sinRinif In
the Tetra Nazioale of Prodo, Italy,
He wooe(j and won her. Now she is
back in America, considering it her
mission to warn American girls against
simnar action.
Miss Wright is a native of Columbus,
0 Where she was brought up. Her
father, the late Judge Robert Ray-
j raond Wright, was for thirty years a
Tall, titian-haired, with blue-gray
eyes, ehe somewhat resembles Mary
Garden. Both are of Scotch ancestry.
"I want to give the girls of my own
country the benefit of my own disap
pointing experience with a title," says
she.
"There are so many pitfalls for a
girl going abroad to study. There is
something about the atmosphere that
is deadly. A title, even without any-
a plate of soup, and was turning away
when he was cared back sharply.
"This is an outrage!" cried the in
dignant diner. "I find a needle in
my soup! "What does this mean?"
"Just a misprint, sir," explained the
former typesetter. It should have
been a noodle!" New York Globe.
FOR SALE.
100 second-hand electric
ceiling and desk fans, for sale
or rent. Cheap. PeakeJ
ciecmc w,o., irnone oso.
iwolici(s
N WITH FISH
THE WM. HAYS AND SEACONNETT
ARRIVE WITH GOOD CATCHES
RED SNAPPERS AND GROUPERS
HAYS TOWED TO PORT YES
TERDAY EVENING.
"With a combined catch of 57,000
pounds of red snappers and groupers,
two smacks arrived in port yester
day, one to the Warren Fish Com
pany and the other to E. E. Saunders
& Co.
The Wra. Hays arrived to the War
ren Fish Company with 15,000 pounds
of red snappers and 10,000 pounds of
groupers.. She was towed Into port by
the tug Nellie, reaching her dock
about 5 o'clock in the afternoon.
The Seaconnott, of the Saunders
fleet, brought 16,000 pounds of snap
pers and 6.000 pounds groupers.
An Offended Servant.
"We had better let that servant go."
"What's the matter? Wouldn't she
work?"
"Oil she does her work all right, but
she couldn't get along with the chil
dren "That so?"
"Nes. She'd lose her temper every
time one of them kicked her on the
shins." Detroit Free Press.
A Misunderstanding.
Indignant Customer (pushing his
way into tailor shop and throwing
down a package) Say, you, give me
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HER ITALIAN COUNT
Countess Mile Fiori.
thing back of it, often seems attractive
to an American girl.
"The grand airs and hyper-poiite-ness
are very attractive for a while
but they pall on American girls who
are used to straightforwardness , and
good common sense.) American girls
have lots of common sense, they aro
strong and healthy, but too often im
petuous, which is only a fault of
youth.
"They could not endure for long the
restrictions which he-ige in and shackle
the women of the nobility abroad.
Think of it, I was not permitted to
leave my villa in Rome save when at
tended by my husband, or maid.
"1 want to warn our girls against
wedding one of these romantic Italian
soldiers. Italy is a good place to be
for a while, but America Is beV in
the long run. I am going to ruike
use of. my experience there by -?iap-eroning
a party of fifteen grls to Na
ples, through the hill towns of Italy
and the chateau district of France this
summer. And you can bet (the ex-
oountess is thoroughly American) that
not one of those girls will marry an
Italian count."
In opera the countess is a lyric so
prano and master of the twenty-eight
roles in grand opera. Her favorite role
is that "Mimi" in "La Boheme." She
speaks Italian, French, Spanish and
German fluently.
back my money. These new trousers
have a patch in the rear!
Agitated Tailor Why, sir, I thought
you wanted them to have a patch In
the rear. Tc told me to include the
latest novelty. That patch is is made
of material that you can light safety
matches on. Judge.
HARBOR AND
MARINE NEWS
PASSED SAND KEY,
April 30 9 a. m steamer Denver,
bound west; 2 -p. m., steamer Lord
Landsdale, bound west.
May 1 7 a. m., steamer Danubuian,
bound west; 10 a. m., steamer Ha
waiian; 2 p. m., steamers Hillglen and
Norman Bridge, both bound west.
Arrived.
Br as Glencliffe, 2295, Clarksern, St.
Vincent to Rix M. Robinson.
Br es Vittoria, 1768. Smith, Newport,
England, to Pensacola Shipping Co.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steamships.
Glenciifft. Br, 2295, Clarkson
St.
Vincent to Rix M. Robinson.
Vittoria Br, 176S, Smith. Newport,
England, to Pensacola Shipping Co.
DrwenthaJ. Br, 2514. Jenss, Mobile,
to M. A. Quina Export Co.
Brookwood, 2S20, Evans, Newport
Mon. to II. Baars & Co.
Hyltonia, Br, 1194. Smith. Villareal,
Portugal, to John A. Merritt & Co.
Soutra, Nor, 1171 Gundersen, Las
Palmas to the Keyser-Muldon Co.
Strathcarron, Br, 29S2. Hutchinson.
Newport News to Pensacola Lumber
Co.
Barks.
Alfredo, Urg, 9S7, Capell, Havana,
; to J. Garrlga.
i Imatra, Rus, 594, Karlwon, Maderla
to J. Garriga.
Fen ice, ItaL 127?, Pellerano, Rio Ja
neiro to Rosa sco Bros.
8choonr.
Goldfleld, Am, 625, Wrighton, Mobile
to order.
Elizabeth Gilbert, Am, 452, Chipman,
Havana to order.
Joseph P. Cooper, 2S, Beauchamp.
Havana to Florida Cypress Co.
Donna Christina, Am, 165, Peterson,
Aux Cayes to John A. Merritt & Co.
Emily F. Malcolm. Br. 133, Malcolm,
f Mantego Bay to Stearns Lumber &
Export Co.
Ships.
Nordsee, Nor, 1517, Larsen. Rio Ja
neiro to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Use
'The Journal's Want
Ad. Way."
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NAMED YESTERDAY BY CHIEF
SANDERS TO TAKE PLACE OF
GEO. HALL, WHO HAS BEEN RE
DUCED TO RANKS AFTER SUS
PENSION FOR FIFTEEN .DAYS.
Desk Sergeant Franli Wilde was
yesterday promoted to captain of the
police force and assigned to command
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CAPT. WILDE
the watch which is on duty from mid
night until 8 o'clock in the morning,
succeeding Captain George Hall, who
has been reduced to ranks. Captain
Si
ummer
ere
and with" the arrival of
warm weather has come
a need for refreshing
family beverages.
We are doubly well
prepared to care for
your wants in this line,,
having, among others,
the following well
known, wholesome
drinks : -
Ginger Ale :
Welch's Grape Juice
Armour's Grape Juice
Purity Brand Flavor
ing Syrup.
Dole's Pure Pineapple
Juice
Duffy's PURE Apple
Juice
We have two phones,
1566-1567.
Warlield Grocery Co.
Cor. Intendencia and Alcaniz St.
Phones 1566-1567.
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At children's teatime, four o'clock,
Along comes Hansvith knock, knock, knock!
He gives a smile and merry wink.
He knows what children like to drink.
"Let Grown-ups have their cup of tea;
But for the children let it be
RONA," says Hans, "for I've observed
The children's joy when RONA'S served."
IfSfcllilliJil
1
Half pound
tins 25c
Also in 10c tins
Wilde will enter upon his new duties
at midnight tonight.
The promotion of Captain Wilde was
announced yesterday by Chief San
ders. Captain Wilde has been a mem
ber of the force for many years and
was at one time chief of the depart
ment. He is well-known throughout
the city and is popular with the offi
cers in the department.
Hall Under Suspension.
Ex-Captain George Hall Is serving
a suspension of fifteen days imposed
on him by the board of public safety
on the charge of cocduct unbecoming
an officer. Before his promotion to
captain, Hall was a mounted officer.
A Safe. Always Reliable Remedy Has
Taken Its Place in the Drug
Store and the Home.
A few years ago, men. women and
children took calomel for a sluggish
liver and for constipation. They took
great risks when they did so, for calo
mel is often a dangerous drug. Your
family doctor will be the first to tell
you this if he discovers you dosing
yourself with calomel.
But the drug trade has found a
safer, more pleasant remedy than calo-
"Take a dollar and give
a hundred cents' worth in
return tnat s our poll- i
IMPORTED DUTGH
WISE PEOPLE HAVE STOPPED
USIMG DANGEROUS G
vVatson, Parker Reese Co.
Everything to Wear. -
The Largest Distributers of Merchandise at Retail
in West Florida.
3
CO
HOTEL FLANDERS
JUSTN OFF BROADWAY
133.137 West 47th St.. NEW YORK CITY
The right kind of a hotel irixthe right locality. In the heart of the
theatre district and adjacent to he shopping centres. Positively fire
proof. Excellent cuisine and an exceptional orchestra. A large addition Just
completed, containing library, grill andl billard hall.
Handsomely Furnished Rooms, Private Bath.
$1.50 per Day Upward.
From Grand Central Station, cars marked ''Broadway" without trans
fer; Pennsylvania Station. 7th At. cars without transfer. Booklet upon re
quest. H. R. SHARE8, PROP.
A Bank That is Strong,
Convenient, Obliging.
We are confident that you will appreciate the
care exercised here in the transaction of all banking
business. You will find us a strong, obliging, and
convenient institution.
Pensacola State Bank
Palafox and Garden
WEST FLORIDA'S
Oldest Largest Strongest Ban1 ang Institution
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Pensacola, Florida.
Deslanated Doposi y o united States.
DIRECTORSl
F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. M. Know.es W. J. Forbes. Thoe. W. Brent.
ALONZO RICHARDSON & COMPANY
Certified Public Accountants
A StarT'Of Thoroughly Qualified Accountants, Whose Experience Enable
Them to Make a Critical Analysis cf Books and Account.
Empire Building
ATLANTA
Correspondence
Lee Lumber
Phone 310
Go.
Merchants Arc
Asked to Close
' The Veteran Firemen in fixing the
date of their annual picnic understood
that the half holidays on Fridays
would commence in May, but now
learn that it will not commence until
June. We therefore, request all stores
to give a half holiday today.
VETERAN FIRE3TEN ASSN.
Diogenes was searching for the hon
est man.
"His income will have to be below
$4,000 a year," we advised. New York
Sun.
ALOMEL
mel in Dcdson's Liver Tone.
The Balkcom Drug Co. tell us that I
their drug store sells Dodson's Liver
Tone in practically every case of bil
iousness and liver trouble where calo
mel used to be taken. j
Dodson's Liver Tone is a vegeteable !
liver tonic that is absolutely harmless '
for children and grown people. It i
selis for 50 cts. a bottle and Is guar- !
anteed to be entirely satisfactory by
the Balkcom Irug Co., who will re
fund you rmoney with a smile if It
does not give entire satisfaction.
(Adv.)
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) IRQ UlHT0W iTeSS
:orporated.)
Phone 94.
American National Bank Blo"g
Solicited. PENSACOLA, FLA.
Building Materials, Floor
ling, Ceiling and Siding
Specialized.
Estimate cheerfully furnished.
J SHINGLES. POSTS.
Mill and Office Cor. 15th Avenue and
Gregory.
GERMAN - AMERICAN
INSTITUTE
Practice Limited to
Chronic,Nervous and Private
Diseases.
Thleaen Building. Pensacola. Fla.
L.E. Nobles
"Your Money'a Worth or Your Monay
Back."
Agents tor
Hart Schaffner&Marx
Suits and Overcoats. -
Savoy and Emery Shirts.
Knox, Stetson and Bonar Hats.
Banlater and Walk-Over Shoes.
Or. Delmel s Celebrated Health Under,
wear.
I 'At i South Palafox. XZZZJi.'
PHONE 790. "
H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Rought and Dressed Lumber.
Phone 11 and 1807.
North Palafox Street.
Buy Your Meat From the
Palafox Market
and save 20 to 30 per cent en
your bills.
117 N. Palafox. Phone 195.
5
Pearl Furniture Company
20-22 West Government ?treet.
MEDIUM AND HIGH-GRADE rJR.
NITURE AT MODERATE PRICES.
Rhodes-Futch-Collins
Furniture Co.
Complete House
Furnishers.
BRAWNER-RIERA CO.
"One-Price Cash Depart
ment Store."
Corner Palafox and Romam Streets
TheM.&O.
On the Square, Within Eay Rsach
The Home of the
VICTOR-VICTROLA.
Reynald's Music House.
119 8. Palafox St.. Pensacola. Fla.
PENSACOLA CREAM
MILK DEPOT.
Phone 154 for Pure Milk and Cream.
DIRECTORY
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
OFFICE 401 American National
Building.
TELEPHONE 902.
Bank
DR. J. L. INGRAM.
CLASSES CORRECTLY FITTED.
LENSES DUPLICATED WHILE YOU
'WAIT,
10 South Palafox.
With Will C. Diffen'Serfer.
T. G, YATES, M. D.
Optician,
410 Blount Building.
Twenty year' experience as an Cy
Specialist. Examination free.
DR. J. B. TILLER, u
DENTIST
310 Blount Building.
Office Phone 66. Residence Phone 41.
JOHN S. BEARD
Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Praetlr
In all th court, state and federal. Of
fice. 400-401 Thleten Building, Psnscola,
Florida.
F. P. HIXON, M. D.
47 East Gregory Street. Phone
Residence 40 East Gregory
Street. Phone 1918.
MAYES PRINTING CO.
PRJNTERS FOR PARTICULAR
PEOPLS.
17-19 West Government 8t. , Phone 181.
H. E. Eldridge, M. D. ,
Eclectic Physician.
Chronic rjieasi. Female Disease ri1
Diseases of Children and Oil People.
Nervou Jisas a specialty.
Residence llo XV. Chase. Phone 14'T.
Office, 101 N. Palafox. Phone. 560.
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