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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, 1915.
W A MAN v, "." "
otoisM vrite to
he would probably say something like
this-r ,
I DO NOT, WANT a new collar for the dog, or'
a box of cight-for-a-nickel cigars, even with a respira
tor. I SHOULD LIKE--
Some pretty neckties (50c to $1.50) and some
Shirts, ($1 to $5.)
' A comfortable Bath Robe or Lounging Robe
(C3.C0 to $18) or a pair of Slippers (50c to $2.50) to
wear, while I'm at home.
Gloves, I certainly would appreciate a $air ($1.50
to $3.00). Hosiery, I need some right now, (25c to
$1.50.
' A hew Overcoat ($12,50 to $30), well I won't ask
you for any more. ' ' '
Yours hopefully,
A MAN
. P. S. I always buy my clothes at
AMUSEMENTS
"Grand Double BUT
Today, at has been promised by ; the
management, the patrons of the Isu
will hare the pleasure of two big
features on the same program, one of
which is The Spitfire" a very laugha
ble nautical farce, featuring the mati
nee idol, Carlyle Blackwell in the lead
ing role, it is a Paramount Famous
Players production in four parts, with
never a moment let-up of action and
fun, the other part of the big bargain
program is a Broadway Universal
Feature in five acts, "The Primrose
Path" . written by Bayard Veillier,
author of "Within the Law" present
ing Miss Gladys Hanson who is . at
present starring with Lou Tellegen in
"The Ware Case" on Broadway, and
late leading lady of E. H. Southern.
In the "Primrose Path" lovers of
the screen drama will find an extraor
dinary combination of a unique plot,
most unusual situations, and a cab
aret scene that is remarkable even in
these days qf lavish productions. The
story, is one of a woman's supreme
sacrifice to save the life of her hus
band. Of their drif gting apart, and his
discovery of the awful price she paid,
there develops one of the strongest
and most daring stories ever filmed.
The superb production will delight all
who see it. t ' v
world's greatest romantic opera.
That "Hell has no furies like a wo
man scorned" is vividly told In the
words of this famous song.. Follow
ing the gay festivities of the Gypsies'
dance and celebration of the marriage
of Arline and Thaddeus, it is doubly
impressive. -t
To Elaine De Sellem falls the lot of
singing this delightful number, and
it would be hard to imagine ' anyone
better fitted for it either vocally or
dramatically. ;
Miss De Sellera gives an interpre
tation of the entire role of the Queen
which amply proves her right to a
place in this famous all-star revival.
and it is not stretching the truth to
say that Miss De Sellem leads the
list of American Mezzo Sopranos,
and to say that she is likewise a gift
ed actress is only to repeat what the
foremost critics in this country have
agreed upon for the past five years.
The Bohemian Girl comes to the
Opera House next Tuesday, Dec 28th,
tickets on sale at Central Pharmacy,
Dec. 27.
Isis Thursday is replete with thrills '
and the whole thing goes with start
ling speed from start to finish. In
this episode Henley, who plays the
part of Bruce Larnigan, the young
district attorney, barely escapes de
struction at the hands of the grafters,
and the episode ends with the killing,
in an explosion, of the head of the
tenement house trust.
Indigestion and Constipation.
"When living in Syracuse, N. Y.
about two years ago I took two bot
tles of Chamberlain'B Tablets and
they cured me of indigestion and con
stipation after I had suffered for
months with, these disorders," writes
Mrs. Charles Gloyd, Baldwinsville, N.
Y. Obtainable everywhere. (Adv.)
"A Men's Qlft Star Complete" 209-M1 South Palafox Street.
K Dec 20th
.....
Monday
The' All -Star Revival ef s?
SHIPPING NEWS.
. The Bohemian Girl, Dec. 8th.
"O would that I had died ere now,
For then I had not felt
The bitter pang, the crushing
blow, ; i
Thy cruel words have dealt! ?
: I've but one solace, Heaven grant
It cheers me to the last, j
; Tis sad fond Memory faithful, still,
To Buss forever past." ' .
"Bliss forever past;" that beautiful
ballad, sung by the Queen pfter her
love for Thaddeus has been spurned,
is another of those gems from The
Bohemian Girl, which, has made it the
Seats go en aale at Central Pharmacy,
Monday, December 27th.
Guns and
Bicycles
.Repaired
VJilson-Discs Co.
22 South Palafox
Pensacola, St. Andrews and
Gulf Steamship Co. V
i Ster Tsirpoif K
rffiST CUSS PASSENGER AWD
FRIEIOHT SERVICE
v , Pet ween - , .
PENSACOLA, MOBILB, APALACHl.
COLA, CARRABELLE, ST. AN- -DREWS,
PANAMA CITY,
MILLVILLE.
And All Pelnte On St. Andrew Bay,
. . - Carrabelie and Apalachleola .
CHEDULKi
Leaved Pensacola, Sunday S:30 p. m
for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Mobile, Monday, 640 p, m.
'or St. Andrewa, Mlllvlite, Apalachleola,
arraoeue ana imenmeaiate pointe.
R. J. REAGER,
leneral Freight and Paaeenger Agent,
renaacQia, na., r-none eoa.
"Attired. -'V.r '
Am ss Willapa,, '439, Johnson, Cape
Gracias, to Robert Tuemler, '
Am. sch. J. Manchester Harness 683
Richson, Cabairen, to Master.
'-; Cleared.
Bus. : blc. ' Margareta, Johnsen,
Clyae, with 1,450,650 sq. ft. pp
sleepers, valued at $18,860.
Sailed. ..
Steamer Willapa, for New Orleans.
Bark Margareta, for Clyde.
"The Alster Case"
Tomorrow at the Isis, will appear a
V. L. S. E., Essanay mystery nroctuc-
tion ' In five parts, written by Rufus
Gilmore, who is a brother of Mr.
Frederick Gilmore of this city, it pre
sents, in the leading roles the well-
known screen stars Bryant Washmurn
and Ruth Stonehouse, and has been
causing very favorable comment
among theatrical critics at its initial
performance in , Chicago last Friday,
in connection with this picture there is
a very, very good Amateur program
lined up for the occasion of "Amateur
Night." Come and en joy yourself .
"Graff
Stanton, who is
directing
Richard
the serial, "Graft" in . which Hobart
Henley is being featured, has just
completed the second episode after
keeping his company at work day and
night for one week.
The second chapter of the TJniver
sal Film Manufacturing Company's
new serial which will be shown at the
(D N O TA
TODAY
Nell Craig
The Beautiful Essanay Star
. ' In ..
"The Second Son
Three Reel Drtnia
"The Emerald God
Lubin Comedy
"A Safe Investment
Vita graph Comedy
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GRAND
DOUBLE BILL
UNIVERSAL BROADWAY FEATURES, PRESENT
AN ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY
dBL ADD Di3 AWSdDFd
, IN AN UNUSUAL DRAMA
"THE PRIMROSE PATH"
By Bayard Vellller
Author of "Within the Law"
A Famous Players Present the Matinee
Idol ;
5 Acts
5 Acts
CARLYLE BL AGKWELL
IN A LAUQHINQ NAUTICAL FARCE
4 Acts THE SPITFIRE "
CHILDREN. 10c
4 Acts
ADULTS, 200
WEDNESDAY:
Bryant Waahburn and Ruth
Stonehouee. In '
THE ALSTER CASE'
THURSDAY: ,
Episode No, 2
"Busting the Tenement Trust"
. "GRAFT"
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L. E. NOBLES & CO.
Agents . -
Hart Schaffner & Marx, and
Kirschbaum Suits
"Your Money'a Worth or Your Money
Back."
29 South Palafox. Phone 790.
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(In-(In-
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steamships.
Terschelling, Dutch, 1871, Van der
Land, Norfolk, to the Eitzen-Touart
Co. . : .. '
Natale L Ital, 1380, DeMffle, Mo
bile, to the Keyser Export Co.
Eudolf Elumberg, Ger, 1077,
torned.)
Luda, Aust, 4747, Ivaneich
terned. '
Vogesen, Ger, 2356, Paulsen,
terned.)
Darks.
Garnet Hill, Bus, 2159, Donner,
Liverpool, to M. A. Quina Export Co.
Este, Nor, 1357, Thoresen, London.
to Order.
Wallacetown, Ital., 1566, Cacace,
Bridgetown, to Quina ExportCo.
Avio, Bus, 451, Stiltson, St. Thomas
to M. A. Quina Export Co.
. Ceres, Nor, 1429, Gundersen, Liver
pool, to. M. A. Quina Export Co.
I Schooners. ' i '
Charlevoix, Br, 427, Roberts, Car
denas, to Stearns Lumber and Export
Co.
Georgiana Roop, Br, 898, Richard,
Cardenas, to Agent.
J. Manchester Haynes, Am., 683,
Richson, Cabairen, to Master.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Tablets. Druggists refund money if
it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig
nature Is on each box. 25c. Adv.
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There Are
OYS
Educational
Constructive Toys Miiscle
Building Toys
in Our Wonderful Toyland!
Nowadays careful fathers and mothers are watching the bent of mind of
their children. If a boy shows mechanical talent, he should be given toys that
will develop it. If a youngster is inclined to stay indoors too much he is given
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Just Received
a line of
OYS'SAK
OVERCOATS
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We Sell at Manufacturers'
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Prices.
t
Ages
4 to 15.
& 0. CLOTHING STORE
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T . ... .
Velocip
ede or
Bicycle
to build muscle, stud y the boy for whom you ha ve a toy to buy.
department presents a wonderland of . , .
'( '.' AMERICAN MkDE TOYS
Our toy
Wi
Out Door
' Sports
lsbii-Bi
: Guns-Ammunition, Tennis
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22 South Palafox
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Sports I
Phone 380
A Gift Truly J
Preseritabe
Many a man goes after his ' own happiness
through the other fellow. Such reflected joy is the
great genuine variety; Buy him something fine
the creditable thing that makes him glad to own it,
to see the comfort of the gift. in its practical useful
ness. We have a big full measure of these sorts of
gifts for men in our well selected stock of
SHOES
: AND V -
SLIPPERS
BOSTON SHOE STORE
Everything in Shoes But Feet
THE GIFT THAT PLEASES ALL. ,
113 South Palafox. PHONE 690
MUTT AND JEFF
German Spies Can't Fool Jeff.
(Copyright, 1915, By XL G. Flshu. trade Mark U. S. Fat. Off.)
By "BUD" FISHER,
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