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THE PENS AC OLA JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 26, 1913.
If good quality at a low price can make friends, our suits and overcoats undoubt edly will. All new models in the latest fabrics, $15 to $35 It Will Pay You to sec the quality and workmanship of the $15 Overcoat and $15 Suit wc have marked at a special price, for each $10.75. For this week only. The John White Store Florida's Greatest Store For Men and Boys 209-21 1 South Palafox St. AMUSEMENTS. PBS The. Mipire Way Imitated but is never equalled. We guarantee to please. Phone 322 MARSTON & QUINA, Witt Florida O'dest furniture Houm. tsxelusive Aoms . Globe-Wernicke Book Cases. Piano Factory to You. "Kranleh Bath," "Gold Strlno Seho. masher," "Lester.' "Emerwr," "Llnde man," "Chickerlnfl.', Player Pianos 'Ceciltan," "Lester," and cheaper. Player Music, cut prices. Factory agents. The Clutter Music House. YHDE H1PPIBY1Y0R HON, A. GREENHUT CONTRIB UTES TOYS, FRUIT AND CANDY TO LARGE NUMBER OF LITTLE ONES. Mayor A. Greenhut was Santa Claus to about one hundred and fifty poor children yeetrday, distributing 'toys, frnit and candy to about this number of little ones. The mayor remained In his office at the city hall during: the forenoon, and there the little ones called and received their gifts from the hands of the mayor. I'Vyr an hour or more there was a stream of little ones to and from the city hall, and the happy and smiling faces that were ncticeable rvhen the children left the building attested to their pleasure on receiving the gifts. Heartburn Is a symptom of Indiges tion. Take a dose of HERBINE In such cases. The pain disappears in stantly. The bowels operate speedily and you feel fine, vigorous and cheer ful. Price 50c. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.) CUT FLOWERS For the Holidays Phones, 332-875. BOYSEN, the Florist. 24 South Palafox Street. "The Girl of Mv Dreams." The sale of seats for "The Girl of My Dreams" opens 'tomorrow at Balk corn's at 9 a. m , and once again Pen sacolians will have a chance to se cure seats for a good musical comedy full of whistling music, and pretty girls. The Commercial Appeal, Mem phiss leading newspaper, said Decem ber 13-th: "The Girl of My: Dreams." by Karl Hoschana and some other people, is a typical summer show with lots of life, lots of whistling music, lots of vivac ity, dancing and song. - Hoschana, who wrote "The Three Twins" and "Madame Sherry," or rath er composed the music, did not dis appoint his audience last night. There are a number of exceedingly catchy muaiical numbers. The performance last night was a decided and distinctive relief. The eai was attracted, the eye was pleased and the audience left the theater whistling popular numbers,-. It was an evening's entertainment worth the money. To the man or woman who wishes to get away from Christmas worry and enjoy a leas ant evening. "The Girl of My Dreams" can be rec ommended. It is impossible to go into detail and commend or condemn every member of the cast who deserves mention one way or the other. It is In this season of Christmas a pleasure to think of silk stockinars, eiderdown quilts, moon light and OLga von Hatzfleldt. She Is a winsome woman with a piquant ad dress, a melliferous voice and a de cided personality. She Is a most at tractive Lucy Medders, and one that pleased every one. Roy Rurviairoe was well worthy of his star and worked excellently with her. The two were distinctive and most satisfying. . Irving Brooks, well known and liked, was an : exceptionally clever German count, whose name takes too long to print, and Francis Gail lard was also the characteristic H-uerta of a South American. . Meyer Removal Sale Some Saving Did You Forget Anyone? in your Christmas gifts if so tis never too late to do good just call at the store or if you have'nt time then Phone us. Let us know your wants and we will immedi ately send it out by special messenger. Meyer Shoe Co " - 102 South Palafox ' . P. S. -Please do not for get, you also get the advan tage of our removal sale prices. Win Move To Palafox and Romans. EKTWILSO COMGHOl CONGRESSMAN WILL ARRIVE EARLY NEXT WEEK AND SPEND THE HOLIDAYS IN HIS DISTRICT. see The Journal's "Want Aci Way" is the Easy Way. "Everybody's" cials g OPERA HOUSE SMil FIRST SOUTHERN APPEARANCE OF HER DAINTY HIGHNESS, Sp 50c and :75c Aluminum Sauce pans .......... 15c Slightly discolored by the fire, but can be cleaned as eood s new In live minutes One to a Customer only. EVEODOOYS 123 S. Palafox St. The House of 10,000 Articles IT IS CLEAN, CLASSY, MERRY AND SWEET. i vi ... f Jr a JSCs A Wealth of Stirring Martial Rhythms, Dream Waltzes and Rollicking Melodies. TOE IT 18 DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHERS. SONO HITS, . IKO NIGHTS IM CHICAGO. tOK NIGHTS IN i.60 NEW YORK. 11A NIGHTS IN .L JLVS LAUGHS, PRETTY GIRLS. Production of Scenic Splendor, BOSTON. 134 KC 4. l Kf t SEATS ON SALE Dec. 27 AT BALKCOM'S Congressman Emmet "Wilson is ex pected to arrive in Pensacola early next week and will spend the vaca tion in Pensacola and -his district. The congressman was looked for yester day, but was detained in Washington, It was learned last night, and will not arrive until early in the week. Congress has adjourned for the holi days and practically every representa tive and senator has left the capital. Mr. Wilson expects to spend the vaca tion in Pensacola, Chlpley and other points In West Florida. TO LECTURE IT Y. H. C. A. DR. EUGENE SWOPE, FIELD AGENT FOR THE FLORIDA AU--DUBON SOCIETY, :WILL TALK ON "OUR WILD BIRDS." Dr. Eugene Swope, who is field agent for the Florida Audubon Society, will deliver a lenture at the i". M. C. A. tonight at 8 a'clock his subject belns "Our Wild Birds," and as he comes with a view of interesting the Pensa cola public in a question of bird pro tection, and as the lecture is . abso lutely free there is every reason for believing that the attendance will be good. Dr. Swope has been engaged in this work for some months, and is capable of Interesting an audience very quickly. He Is an editor himself, is suing at Cincinnati a monthly publi cation, "Blue Bird," arrd does all the Make Money With Persimmons. No fruit In the South holds out larger possibilities for the grower then the Japan Persimmon. New processing methods enable it to be placed on the northern markets in prime condition, and as its luscious qualities become known, the demand increases faster than the supply. Prices for prime fruit rule high and will continue to. The Japan sorts will thrive on as wide a range of soil as the native persimmon, and no fruit that can be profitably grown demands less of the grocer. Success Lies in the Quality of the Trees. There is everything In a right start In planting trees that you know you can. depend on. Taber's trees are the RIGHT kind; guaranteed true to name, to be strong, vigorous, ready to begin growing as soon as planted and to thrive as Inferior trees never will or can. "We have been closey identified with Persimmon culture for many years and we can offer you not only the BEST TREES It Is possible to grow, but varieties which by long tests in our own orchards we have proven to be the most profitable. Ask For Our New Catalogue. Tells all about our Japan Persimmons and how to grow them. Also describes the best varieties of other fruits and plants for the South Citrus Fruits, Plums, Peaches, Pecans, Figs, Grapes, Roses and Orna mental Trees, Shrubs and Vines. Superbly illustrated in color. A copy free if you ask for it. Write to-day. Glen Saint Mary Nurseries Co., Kieffer Ave., Glen Saint Mary. Fla. 'GREETING CARD for tine Nsw Year Remembrainic a Ball Book and,; Novelty Co. Society Stationers, Phone 912. editorial work alone. The general pub lic is invited to the lecture. ANNOUNCEMENT. Beginning January 1, 1914, Mr Robert I. Brent will be principal of our Shorthand Department. Some time since Mr. Brent completed our Short hand Course in the short time of about seven weeks, and immediately began teaching in our college thereafter. During his teaching, every one tak ing his instruction made most won derful progress. He is a graduate of Princeton University, a gentleman of unquestionable character, and we feel that we were lucky in securing his services. PENSACOLA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. 19 1-2-25 1-2 West Oarden Street. Opposite San Carlos Hotel. Sldectf MOIJ-SJN&ABLE SUIT FOR SEA TRAVELERS v.- - ft .-' , &: Ah A$A PICKINGS FROM POLICE STATION Korty-three cases were docketed for trial in the recorder's court" yesterday morning. Ten defendants were found guilty, twenty-three acquitted, two bound over to the county and eight cases were continued. The fines as sessed aggregated $79. S. L. Lampkins. colored, charged with stealing an overcoat from the home of another negro, was bound over to the counts'. Leon Fikes, colored, charged with stealing a watch Wednesday night from Porter s Bataar on East Wright street, was also bound over to the , county. The case against Frank Washington, a seventeen-year-old negro, charged with stealing a mouth harp from the same place Wednesday night, was continued. George Hardy, colored, charged with carrying a pistol concealed and dis charging firearms in the city limits, was fined $26. GERMAN AMERICAN DOCTORS tea J Thfesert BuI.'dJna Pensacola. Fla. RHODES - COLLINS Furniture Co. Complete House Furnishers. W M P R E S Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUI NINE and IRON. Drives out Malaria, enriches Blood, Builds up the Whole System. 50c. (Adv.) Demonstrating the non.-sinkable suit. The recent catastrophies of the sea, is sinking of the Titanic and the :rning of the Volturno, have been the tuse of many novel inventions for ie saving of; ocean-going passengers. ihat probably is the best of these In ntions is the life saving suit dem istrated by Mr. Rasche, the invr-for, efore an audience of several tf the .eading men representing the leading J shipping companies. The photograph shows the inventor jumping overboard from a vessel on the Thames River, England, to prove how easily the wearer of one of these suits can keep alioat. The suit is of especially made goods, which is put over a belt around the body. A cap protects the head and ears. To assist in getting about in the water, a paddle which can be taken to pieces in a sec ond and put into working order in the same length of time, is carried. Good Enough is not our motto, better still is our constant watch-word. Schumacher Graham Flour 5-lb sack. . .20c Quaker, Whole Wheat Flour, 4-lb 6oz. package 30c Krinkle Corn Flake per package 6c Libby Queen Olives Fancy 13 oz bottle 23c 25 lbs Standard Gran ulated Sugar for $1.00 With every $5 purchase or more of groceries that are not advertised In this list. EXCLUSIVE FEATURE PICTURES Dally; 7:43 and 9:15 p. m. This Week: Williams' Son-Ton Girls Matinee every afternoon at 3M5, West i Intencencla street. 1 8onita Theatre 1 Refined Photo Plays j; Excursion Launch "Donna" 50 feet long, fast, roomy and comfortable; electric lights and modern conveni-l ences for passengers. Berth, City Wharf, Pine street. Rates reasonable. Apply A. M. HYER, Phone 124 or 397. Ee B Hoffman & Son The Store Where Quality and Price Are Both Considered. Phone 825 67 and 59 E. Gregory street. W. A. RAY HDW. CO. Wholesale and Retail 710 South Palafox Street Phone 1450 TheiVl.&O. On the Sguart. Wltrtin Esty P.eacn of Everywhere. SAN CARLOS HOTEL, Geo. H. Hervey, Managing Director. Pensacola's Pride. SHE'S RGSCHFcPm $N0TAVU?T15Q IT DON'T NOD II 25C?YSIiL QPAnD THE CUB UWWl REPORTER What More Could You Expect From The Boss? By "HOP1 i'KMUS- I DONT UTo 6 I V LEFT VAlSt f uj TPE, CUEAtAER SETTER