OCR Interpretation


The Pensacola journal. (Pensacola, Fla.) 1898-1985, December 16, 1915, Image 8

Image and text provided by University of Florida

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87062268/1915-12-16/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 8

0
THE PENSACOLA JOTKNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1915.
t
Give a Man
Things to Wear
and you hot only tickle his taste, but
you pin a Legion of Honor ribbon on
your own, : :
The gift to another in a John White Store box
prove3 to him you know "what's what" and
where's where." These are a few suggestions.
Kid and Mocha Gloves, $1.50 to $3.00.
Linen ' Handkerchiefs, 25c, 3 in box 75c.
Beautiful Neckwear, 50c to $1.50.
House and Bath Robes; $3.50 to $18.
Combination Sets, 50c to $1.50.
Sweater Coats, 60c to $8.00.
Many other practical gifts are here for men and
boys.
A Men's Gift Store Complete. ; 209-211 S. Palafox St.
J
PS
O
I
TOMORROW:
.DOLL and TOY FUND
BENEFIT
AUSPICES ST. NICHOLAS
CIRLS , -
MARIE DORO
"The 7Mtc Pern'
O
I
o
I
. :
SATURDAY
WM.FARNUM
"The Braked Law"
MONDAY!
THEDA BARA
AFOOLTilEREYAS
X
CsD D 5 5c aid
16 WEEKS !
32 REELS!
SUQOESTED BY IRVIN 8. COBB. '
E THE EXPOSE, OF'GRAFT" IN EVERY KNOWN MANNER, DEPICTED IN EACH EPISODE BY A
u u
00A
! . " ( s
AflO ScftooO ChODdiren Admiitttted "ffor "S Jceiite.
HVm DESl CS0Jr,DES
Ireattdro tlCiae
MUTT AND
. "-' " ' ' ' mmt m mi ll MMsW
f , v -----; i 1 . . ' .
STEAMER ARRIVES
FOR TIMBER CARGO
Shortly after o o'clock last night I
uie jjuzcn meamsmp xerscneiung ar
rived In port. - coming from Norfolk.
She was given a timber berth in, the
stream, and will probably start load-1
ing sawn timber from the water not
sooner.;; than Friday , mornfng. The
Pensacbla Lumber and Timber Com
pany will furnish cargo for this ves
sel, the greater portion of which, it
is said, to be J sawn timber. : ;
STRONG AND WELL AS EVER.
Fred Smith, 325 Main St., Green
Bay, Wis., says: "I suffered a long
time with a very weak back.- Foley
Kidney Pills completely . relieved " me
of all soreness and pain and I now am
strong and well as ever." Winter ag
gravates symptoms of kidney trouble;
cold weather ; makes : aching joints,
sorer muscles,, and irregular bladder
action more unbearable.: ' Foley Kid
ney Pills help the kidneys eliminate
pain-causing poisons; D'Alemberte's
Pharmacy. Adv. J
10c .is FIRST EPISODE 5c
- a "v a ; M m t k
IN
RlDdBDQTT ATT
- HIS VERY LATEST ESSANAY
Saaoon
JEFF Oil, Yes,
i , . ,, , - -
tTH ts J .. UatMPXi MtnKx IT - b nHm' 1 f I rYpl&fitl -1 I' 1 il
.VJ IWIgagJ V!Ute85 :STT P"rIL?
SIT D
II DROPPED PURSE
GOT .VERT LITTLE MONET FOR
HIS NERVE, BUT IT SERVES AS
WARNING AGAINST CARRYING
POCKETBOOKS EXPOSED.
William Leyland, 1Q years old, leay
ing a grocery store on East Inten
dencia street , last evening, was jostled
by a large negro which caused the
little boy to drop a package which
he had just come from the store with.
In stooping to pick tip the parcel, the !
lad -'dropped the purse ; he was en
trusted with, and which contained a
small amount of change. With the
speed of the wind, a half-grown ne
gro, .standing near the edge of the
sidewalk at 'the time, jumped clear
across the walk, snatched the purse
and was off before the little rictim
could recover his bewilderment and
raise an alarm. ,
While little money was lost, less
than a dollar, this act might serve
as a warning ' to shoppers not to
carry their purses too exposed In a
crowd, because of the likelihood of
being suddenly relieved of the money
and valuables. f 1 n
Why Ton Should Use Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy.
; Because it has an established repu-
tation won by its good works.
Because 'it is"' most esteemed by
those who have used it for., many
years, : as - occasion - required, and are
best acquainted with its good qual-
mes. x ; .; v" .,
Because it loosens and relieves . a
cold and aids nature in restoring the
system - to a healthy condition. ... . .
'Because it does not contain. opium
or any other narcotic. -
Because it is within the reach of
all. It only costs a quarter. Obtain
able everywhere. Adv. .
.20 pounds Nu nnall y's
candy free. Ten prizes to
the ladies who send the best
letter why she prefers Nun
nally's candies. .Limit, fifty
words. D'Alemberte's
Pharmacy. V 1 s
ZD
1TIH1IE SDUdDW"
FEAT URE IN .TWO PARTS. ' " ",
VUVib'C UAJIVUU
JO 353 tS T
Sargeant O'L eary
(Copyright, 1916,
jB I&SE XT
raft" "Chaplin."
Today, is the day, that a great
many Pensacolians have been waiting
for the arrival of , especially so; after
the keen disappointment of the non
arrival of the Universal's big serial
picture, "Graft,"- which . was adver
tised to appear last Thursday, and
which was delayed owing to a large
fire at Universal City, the birth place
of "Graft. But, it is here at last;
and, if precedent goes for anything,
it will be appreciated more than it
would have been, had it arrived last
week. . General Manager Gueringer,
of the Fichtenberg Amusement En
terprlzes,' wired Manager Jones of
the Isis last night that he had viewed
the first episode and that it was every
nice thing that - the Universal has
claimed of it. '
Charlie Chaplin, m a dual role, will
be seen in Jus very latest Essanay
feature release, in two reels, entitled,
"A Night at the Show. Charlie plays
the part of a tough ' in the gallery,
and a .swell in a box, at one and the
same time. Be bombards singers with
ice cream and tomatoes, and makes
things merry, . as is to be expected
when the funny. Charlie is announced,
during the entire two reels of the fea
ture. . ' .- .
Doll and Toy Fund Benefit.
The White Pearl" Friday is ben
efit day at the Isis, for the Doll and
Toy Fund, under the auspices of the
St. Nicholas Girls, headed by Mrs. A.
C Reilly. The attraction chosen by
Manager Jones for the occasion is
Marie Doro, one of the most charm
ing, young stars of. the contemporary
stage, who in her first screen appear
ance, in The Morals of Marcus" ac
quired a degree of popularity beyond
calculation, returns to the screen In
her second film - triumph under the
management of the Famous Players
Film Company, in an elaborate "pic
turization, The White Pearl," by
Edith Barnard Delano, author' of the
recent screen ' success, '"Rags," the
current Paramount picture at the Isis.
The Broken Law"
The photoplay feature entitled The
Broken Law," which was written and
produced by Oscar C. Apfel for Wil
liam Fox is one' of the most preten
tious and elaborate offerings that has
ever appeared on the screen. William
Farnum, long celebrated as a "legiti
mate" star and more recently attract
ing world-wide attention as a "movie"
favorite, appears in the principal
role. ' ' --'.r
"The Broken Law" will be present-
and 10c fF3ay
9?
Each Episode a Com
plete Story Start
It Now Any Time
DIFFERENT AUTHOR.
SWTSRSSS ,V2iT;S:
LUAUIJV4Li
0 .OP"
Has a Twin Brother.
try H. C Rh. Trade Mark V.
SJ 353 TE OH
i
r
MX
HOBABT HENLEY.
Co-Star With Jane Novak in "Graft"
at the Isis.
ed at the Ids on Saturday, strength
ened with the aid of an augmented
orchestra, and a musical program ap
propriate for the occasion.
Concert Program.
' The following program of the Vic
trola Concert to be given at the Rey
nalds Music House tonight at 8:00
o'clock. The program consists of a
number of Grand Opera selections,
violin solos, . orchestra and . several
beautiful Christmas selections by the
most famous singers: . '
His Lullaby ' (Carrie Jacobs Bond),
Ernestine Schumann-Hemk V
Armo Mio (My Love) Vocal Waltz
(Gaeta-Ricciardi), Enrico Caruso.
Liebestraum, A Dream of Love
(Liszt), Victor Herbert's Orchestra.
Mai poina oe ia u. Forget Me Not,
Hawaiian Quintette.
Si 5 Vous I'aviez compris Melodie
(Had You But Known), Enrico Ca-ruso-Mischa
Elman.
'.' The Star of Bethlehem, Christmas
Song (Adams), Evan Williams.
Simple Avou, Simple Confession,
Violincello Solo, Victor Herbert. ;
Forza del Destino, Solenne in
quest' ora (Swear In This Hour),
Lambert Murphy-Reinald Werren
rath. Proch's Air and Variations (Proch)
COMPANY
THE GREAT
MAGICIANS
LYCEUM
ARMORY HALL
DECEMDER 17th
I SB"'
U. S. Pat Off.l
FLO YDS
(D)RID(BDOir
3XT T S
liuisa TetrazrinL
Absent (Metcalf), Evan Williams.
Gems from The Midnight Girl,"
Victor light Opera Company.
Stflle Nacht, heilige Nacht (Silent
Night, Holy Night), Ernestine Schu-mann-Heink.
Nocturne in E flat (Chopin), Mis-,
cha Elman.
Le Donne Curiose-Il COT nel con
ten to "Inquisitive Women," Geraldme
Farrar-Herman Jadlowker.
Carmena Vocal Waltz (Walton
Wilson), Ahna Gluck.
Masked ball, Ballo in Maschera,
( Verdi ), Caruso-Hempel-Duchene-Rothier-De
Segurola, "
Adeste Fideles (Oh, Come All Ye
Faitiiful), John MeCormack.
GOTHIC THE NEW
a for 25c COLLAR
IT PITS THE CRAVAT
CLurrr. pcaaoov a eo.. ie nuni
Ptnunli't Most litPMtlng Store
The
Great Christmas
Toy Store
the electrical kind
instructive and
interesting. There ' are
many things to inter
est and charm the child
ren that to mention any;
one thing or any group
is but to slight the
others. So come in and
sell them today. Select
the toys you desire,
have them delivered at
once or later if you pre
fer. : ,
Company
22 South Palafox. Phone 880.
Pentacola'i Most interesting Store
o
o
Toys
WilsonBiggs
Cento, 2Sc. Ladies, 10c
Carnival Association
GIVE him a hand
some bathrobe fot
Christmas. Give him,
too, the privilege which
we extend, of exchang
ing it if he thinks some
other pattern would be
mofe becoming. ; ' v
Our Holiday stock
includes all sizes for
men of all tempera
ments you'll find selec
tion easy here. r
$2.50 up to as high as
$15 each.
SUGGESTIONS
. Drinking Cup, Collar Bags,
Shaving Sets, Toilet Seta, Card
Caaee, Military Bruahea.
Tie, Handkerchief, and Hoae
Set, Suspendera, Monogram
Belta, Initial Handkerchiefs,
House Slippers, Sweaters.
"BETTER CLOTHES."
20 S. Palafox Street jf
dD Rl D T A
TODAY
'"A Mpders
Adventure"
Kalem Broadway Favorltee
Feature
"SONNY JIM",
Vltagraph Comedy 1
"Queering Cupid'
Kalem Comedy
TOMORROW:
"Where the Heather
Blooms"
Subscribe for The Journal.
By "BUD" FISHER

xml | txt