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THE PEN SAC OLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1314.
The John VhifeStores Semi-Annual Reduction Sale The self-same Suits, . Overcoats, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes that have maintained all sea son the high standards of The John White Store style, fit, and value, will be sold at price reduc tions starting Wednes day, January 14. ; Rlen who wi.1l be glad to save money "will read this corner ad tomorrow, moraing and see the re duction prices. There is mo other re duction sale just like ours principally because- Mo Other Clothes Aro Like Ours Don't forget Wednes day, Jan., 14th is the day at ' ' ' TheJfihn White Store Florida's Leading Clothier. 209-211 South Palafox. utbUP J We Feature Your Whole Dress for '. furnishing perfect Laundry work A trial will remove all doubt. The Empire Laundry Phone 322. 'Where Linen Lasts'' iD ANNUAL CHAUTAUQUA TO SURPASS FIRST PROGRAM OF ENTERTAINMENT TO BE OFFERED WILL EXCEED THAT OF LAST SEASON WHICH WAS EXCEPTIONALLY ATTRACTIVE. During the last week in February, or early in March, the Pensaeoia Chautauqua will hold its second an nual session in this city, and the pro gram of entertainment that is to be offered will surpass that of last season, which was exceptionally good. The appearance on the Chautauqua platform of William Burns, America's world-famed detective, will be of es pecial interest, and his lecture, "Am erican Citizenship," is said to be one of the most powerful and entertaining that the Chautauo.ua will offer. Ross Crow has delighted Pensaeoia audiences with his clever cartoons, and his return will be hailed with delight, for versatility is amazing and his platform work is not .only amusing but thafcif a master in hie line. His clever modeling, his superb characterizations, and musical take-offs, are eqiially as good as his cartoon worlc Benjamin Chopin will amear on the platform in one of his own dramatic monologues, a four act pJay, which is said to be one of the big hits of the Alkahest Lyceum entertainments. The Oxford Company, in song and drama, are among the best of the en tertainers. The comP'- - " carefully chosen and their efforts are. particular ly good in ensemble work. Quartets, scenes from grand and lierht opera, solos, readings, sketches, and crayon talks make up a varied and well bal anced program. Hunt Cook, writer, lecturer. Boy Scout organizer and leaier. has been so successful that in every instance where he has appeared as platform manager, lie has been recalled. Ife is scout commissioner, organized foe his native state, and president of the local council in his home town. The Raheldaffer-Gailev Company comprises besides the noted soprano, and violinist, a pianist of exceptional talent. Miss Louise Millreran. This en tertainment is recognized as one of the best offered in any Chsuitauq.ua course. Dr. Henry Clay Tti?ner is a unique thinker, a v ersatile entertainer and de lightful orator. His sparkling wit. his mellow humor and the charm of his majestic personality makn an impres sion that none can forget and few would forego, if cognisant of the treat in store. Pamahisika and his pets nfieaaed not only the children last year, but the grown people, too, en.ioycd the funny animals, and their clever tricks. The troupe of clever perforators consists of more than fifty birds, dogs, cats and mohkevs. Another delightful asfirregation of talent is the Beulah Buck Quartet, which last season proved one of the best women's auartets ever booked, many declaring it to be the best in the Lyceum. Taken altogether. the attractions booked for the Pensaeoia Chautauqua are far above the average, even of the Alkahest system, and the managers have been fortunate in the program arranged for the second anraial ap pearance here. WANTED. At once, six good hustling agents to represent the new Lincoln-American Life In surance Co., apply 204 Blount building. RED SCALY SPOTS ON BABY'S SCALP Like Tetter. Would Itch and Burn, Could Not Sleep. KeptSpreading. Hair Came Out in Handfuls. Cuti cura Soap and Ointment Cured. Now Has Beautiful Golden Curls. K. F. D. No. 4, Box 35, Lithonia, Ga. "My baby was bothered with a scalp trouble something like tetter. It began by rough. very red. scaly spotscom ing, first on her temple. The' ipots were about the size of a half dollar. . They would itch . :d niak her cross J wou! m so she ; i not: at night. y begr, spread I lookt .-ea! ugly ind made .or hair look rough and dead. They made sores and kept spreading- until they almost covered her entire head. Her hair came out in handfuls. " My family physician told me to get the Cuticura Soap and Ointment. I began washing her with the Cuticura Soap and applying the Cuticura Ointment, did this twice each day, and In six weeks sh was cured and her hair began to grow out imme diately. Now she has beautiful golden curls." (Signed) Mrs. Sidney Park. June 16. 1913. For more than a generation Cuticura Soap and Ointment have been the favorites for the treatment of eczemas, rashes, itching, irritations and other torturing, dtsflgurlnc humors of the skin and scalp. A single set is rften sufficient. Sold throughout the world. Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address post-card "Cuti cura. Dept. T. Boston." CSMen who shave and shampoo wit It Cu ticura Soap will find it best for skin and scalp. tenant Frank Wilde made an investi gation of the robbery. Very little trouble was experienced in openingthe safe as it contained a defective lock, said to be almost useless. fc-e-veral other negro boys besides Cunningham were arrested in connec tion with the robbery but they were acquitted at the preliminary hearing yesterday. Lieutenant Wilde said last night that one of the boys told him that one of the boys implicated in the robbery climbed to the top of a tree near the saloon and kept watch cm Officer Roach as he patrolvd his beat. CHARGED WITH STEALING $240 NEAL CUNNINGHAM, NEGRO BOY, HELD FOR TRIAL BEFORE COURT OF RECORD MOTHER ALSO HELD. . Charged with stealing $-40 from N. Goldring's saloon tiear the L. & X. passenger station, a. few nights before last Christmas, Ncal Ci'imingliam, a sixteen-year-old boy, was given a pre liminary hearing yesterday before Jus tice of the Peace Johnson and held for trial in the court of record. L.ugene Cunningham, the boy's mother, was also held for trial before the court of record. iShe is charged with receiving part of the stolen money from her son. The iron safe in the saloon was robbed about 7 o'clock at night on the night of December 21, when Xeal Cunningham is said to have entered the place by removing a. pane of glass from a rear door. Cunningham is safd to have stood or a barrel on the outside of the building to reach the point from which the glass had been removed and in coming out of the place he stood on a stool, which was found near the door when Lieu- REMEDY FOR MEN.! AT Y3UR DRUGGIST. fTHEOLD MARSTON & QUINA, WMt Florida' Oldest Furniture Hauae. Exclusive Agents Globe-Wernicke Book Case. Piano Factory to You. "Kranleh A Bath," "Gold String Scho maeher," Later,' Emerson," "Linda man," "Chlckertng.', Player Pianos "Ceeirian," "Lester," and cheaper. Player M irate, cut prices. Factory agents. The Clutter Music House. OUR APPRECIATION of the past week's splendid record during: our Half price Sale is easily expressed when we say we have done a great deal more business than we anticipated. There is however, an excellent selection awaiting- the woman who did not find. time to visit our store this week, which we will be glad to show today. . . Even ing Dresses a Specialty. La Mode Phone 337 124 South Palafox COLDS TO BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY Intelligent people realize that com mon colds should be treated promptly. If there is sneezing and chillness with hoarseness, tickling throat and cough ing, begin promptly the use of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It is effec tive, pleasant to take, checks a cold. and stops the cough which causes loss j of sleep and lovers the vital resistance, i D'Alemberte's Pharmacy. (Adv.) AMUSEMENTS. "Peg O' My Heart." j Oliver Morosco. the young theatrical ! producing manager from the Pacific i Coast, whose successes have charmed the pleasure-seeding public and amazed the managers throughout the world, is sending "Peg O' My Heart" to Pensaeoia on Wednesday, Jan. 14tr, for a single performance. The advene of the winsome little Irish girl will be awaited with impa tience. Never in the history of the American stage for the past ten years has there been a comedy of youth, laughter and love which has gripped so strongly the heart of the public. Contrary 4o the run of managers of the producing order, Mr. Morosco re fused all inducements to organize a road company, hoping that the New York organization could till the pub lic demand after the expiration of the run at the Cort theatre, where Lau rette Taylor has made it a perpetual success. When it became evident that the Manners play would run for at least another twelve months there was nothing else to do but meet the de mand. Mr. Morosco has personally selected the members of the company and re hearsed them htmscl fto be positive that play patrons who live outside of New York will see a performance and production equal In every respect to that given there. Sale of eeats for "Peg- O' My Heart" will open at Ealkcom's, Monday, Jan. 12th, at 9 a. m. If yon are troubled with chronic constipation, the mild and gentle effect of Chamberlain's Tablets makes them especially suited to your case. For sale by all crruggists. (Adv.) TRUSSES Just received a full assortment. Every tyie and aire expertly fitted here. Wo havt The Earlier You Come the Better Selections You Get. Big rush of buyers daily at our great annual j Everything at 50 cents on the dollar. Ladies you realize the value of saving half your clothing money dont delay. Ready -to -Wear Store 9 and 11 S. Palafox Street. OPERA HOUSE WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14 Prices $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c, 25c Seat Sale Opens Monday, Januray 12, at Balkcom's. OLIVER EVIOROSCO PRESENTS The irresistible Youth-Play BALKCOM DRUG CO. 17 South Palafox Street. Phone 19. J. HARTLEY MANNERS Unquestionably the 171 o si Successful Comedy in the World (Lbu rett Taylor's Perpetual New York Triumph) Internretod by an Admirable Company THE JOURNAL'S DAILY WEATHER MAP U. S. Department of Agriculture. WEATHER BUREAU. - Pensaeoia, Jan., 9. Rain Sa urday preceded by local rain northwest portion colder norti and central portions, Sunday EXPLrAPCATOiRV MOTES., Obserranons ta&en 8t 8 1- f"..' TRh toeridUti tlraw. Atr pressure Md ned tosc level. Isobars fcontftiaou ltai) tss Cbmfjgft twfdta of qai At pressure. laotbensa (dotted lines) pas tbroush points cf wqual temperature; draw-n only fot zero, freeEinf. and 1U3. Q dew; O partly eloody; Q cloudy: () nla: (f) snow; report missing . Arrows Bj wita the wind. First 11 gures, bi sties t Xeaxvrtat put 12 boars; second, precipitation of jGI tnen or more for past 24 bonis: tblirl. mixtnam wind velocity. 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